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H. & H. Patent Developing Co. patents for cryptographic machine for interpreting coded messages : Oakland, California, granted by the Government of Mexico, 1913-1921.

Includes 2 patents granted by the Mexican government for cryptographic machines and parts including diagrams. Also includes correspondence with office of Francis M. Wright, San Francisco, Calif., registered solicitor of U.S. and foreign patents concerning Mexican, Belgian and Italian patents.

 
H and H Photograph Company Collection

Photographs by H and H Photo Company, collection donated by Ollie B. Hiett, one of the owners and photographers of the company. Photographs and negatives of the Claremont Colleges and Claremont landscapes and buildings, circa 1940s, 1950s, and 1970s.

 
H. Anlauf & F. P. Ward drawings of the G.W. Faulkner house

The H. Anlauf & F. P. Ward drawings of the G.W. Faulkner residence consists of one flat file that contains three blueprints of front and side elevations....

 
H. C. Diehl letters to Anne Avakian, 1966-1973.

Mainly concerning his work on behalf of the Hopi Indians.

 
H. C. Saint-Pierre typescript, circa 1864 September

[Corporal, New York Volunteers, 76th Regiment, Company F; later, Judge]. One typescript ms re escape from the Confederate prison camp at Andersonville, n.d.

 
H. G. Parker papers, 1877-1879.

Includes letter from C.M. Jones, Eastford, Conn., on taxidermist interests; a financial inquiry from George Thurston; a statement from J.M. Benton and a statement from Mason and Company.

 
H. G. Wells letter, 1904 June 1

One letter (ALS) to an unnamed woman, re her gift to him, projects he is working, and upcoming travels. Spade House, Sandgate, [U.K.], 1 June 1904. Laid in George Gissing, Veranilda: A Romance (PR4716.U47 1904). Alpha list.

 
H. H. Mahler Co. drawings

The H. H. Mahler Co. drawings of the Water Filtration Plant span 3 linear feet and date from 1928. The collection consists of nine architectural drawings in the form of reprographic copies. Drawings include: elevations, sections, details, and a plot...

 
H. Hedge Mitchell letters, 1877-1880.

Letters (13 letters, 42 pages) and related papers (9 items) documenting the professional career, alcoholism, and related troubles of Dr. H. (Henry?) Hedge Mitchell, former United States Army surgeon and Medical Director residing in Mayfield and (eventually) San Jose, Santa...

 
Hà (Kim) Papers

Collection comprises the holograph manuscript of (English translation published as ) by Kim Hà, correspondence and newspaper articles relating to the book, other articles written by Hà and others on the subject of Vietnamese land refugees, audio recordings of her...

 
H. N. Swanson Agency records

The H. N. Swanson Agency records span the years 1920s-1980s (bulk 1934-1969) and encompass 127 linear feet. The collection consists of the agency's client files, including correspondence and contracts; and office files, including advertising, client lists, clippings, form letters, playbills,...

 
H. P. Veeder Japan trip scrapbook, 1919

Scrapbook of a trip from San Francisco to Yokohama on the S.S. Tenyo Maru, items including passenger list souvenir, telegrams, menus, Yokohama map, brochures and programs for July 4th celebrations, receipts, railway schedules, Nikko Hotel ephemera and map, programs from...

 
H. Richard Archer papers, 1947-1975.

Relating to his Wright Morris Collection. Include letters to him from Wright Morris and from the first and second Mrs. Morris; tearsheets of three short articles by Morris; announcements and ads for books by Morris; clippings re Morris and reviews...

 
H. Rider Haggard 2 letters : Norfolk, Eng. : ALsS, 1892 and 1915.

Letter, Oct. 11, 1915, to Mr. Rideing, refers to visits to Africa.

 
H. T. Burleigh sheet music collection, 1914-1921

12 printed items, the work of H. T. Burleigh, an African American composer, singer, and pupil of Anton Dvo?ák. Burleigh introduced Dvo?ák to spirituals and Dvo?ák used some in works such as the "New World Symphony." .05 linear feet (1...

 
H. Works Gold Rush letter, 1855.

Letter written by H. Works to his brother Rufus of New Sharon, Maine, dated March 4, 1855, in which he talks about prospecting near the Feather River.

 
H. Works Gold Rush letter, 1855.

Letter written by H. Works to his brother Rufus of New Sharon, Maine, dated March 4, 1855, in which he talks about prospecting near the Feather River.

 
H.A. Messenger papers, 1886-1914.

Consists of material relating to Capt. H.A. Messenger of Campo Seco, Calaveras County, Calif., an entrepreneur involved in trying to restore gold mining in the region. Documents on his efforts include correspondence, reports, legal papers, tax bills, receipts and newspaper...

 
Haak (Harold H.) Papers

The Harold H. Haak papers measure 3.75 linear feet and date from 1954 to 1997. The collection is arranged in two series: Personal and Professional. The bulk of the collection chronicles Haak's abiding interest in organizational behavior and career in...

 
Haan Kilsoo letters and clippings relating to Japanese activities in Hawaii and western United States, circa 1938-1968.

Included are letter and statement by Guy M. Gillette, and some clippings concerned with refusal of Koreans to register as Japanese nationals.

 
Haan (Kilsoo) Papers

Correspondence, clippings, commentaries, and other writing, including texts for the , written by Haan in his role as a Sino-Korean Peoples' League representative.

 
Haas and Lilienthal family photographs, ca. 1890-1950.

Consists of individual portraits of member of the Haas and Lilienthal families, photographs of weddings, and other family gatherings (in Lake Tahoe and on Mount Tamapais), and photographs of the interiors and exteriors of homes owned by members of the...

 
Haas Brothers records, 1869-1912.

The collection consists of a small number of business records of Haas Brothers of San Francisco, including checks, promissory notes (1875-1908), partnership agreement and dissolution documents, and materials relating to Haas Brothers' investments in the North American Navigation Company (1896),...

 
Haas (Charles E.) Papers

Charles Edmund Haas (1873-1960) was a clerk in the U.S. State Department (1905-06), Los Angeles deputy city attorney (1907-13), deputy county counsel (1913-18), judge, Los Angeles Municipal Court (1926-31) and later a presiding judge (1948), Los Angeles Superior Court. The...

 
Haas (Elise S.) Family Papers

Contains correspondence, personal and family papers, providing an intimate account of several generations of this distinguished San Francisco family. The bulk of the collection dates from 1893 to 1990, and focuses on the immediate family of Elise and Walter A....

 
Haas (Elise S.) Family Photographs

The Elise Stern Haas Family Photograph Collection contains circa 5,700 photographic prints taken from ca. 1855 to ca. 1987. The collection also contains circa 660 negatives, and circa 65 postcards, drawings, manuscripts, slides and other miscellaneous items. Compiled by Elise...

 
Haas (Elise S.) Papers

This collection is part of a larger collection of papers housed at the Mrs. Haas had designated that these materials go to the . The collection contains mostly materials concerning with one music manuscript by . Most of the materials...

 
Haas family papers, 1863-1869.

The collection consists primarily of family correspondence; two letters, dated 1869, from Jacob Haas, in Reckendorf, Bavaria, to his brother, William, in San Francisco, concerning business matters; a letter from Kalman Haas, dated 1863, in Reckendorf, to Meyers Schloss Brothers,...

 
Haas (Robert B.) Collection of Material about William Chauncey Bartlett

Robert Bartlett Haas (b.1916) was a faculty member at UCLA (1949- ) and the director of arts and humanities extension (1958). W.C. Bartlett (1818-1907) was a lawyer (1848-55), an anti-slavery preacher in Indianapolis (1857), an itinerant preacher in the California...

 
Haase (John) Papers

John Haase (b.1923) was a dentist in the Los Angeles area. He was a member of the American Academy of Oral Roentgenology, Royal Society of Health, Authors League of America, and Dramatists Guild. He also contributed to dental journals and...

 
Haber (Herbert) papers

Speech, memoranda, and computer disk, relating to political conditions in Germany.

 
Haberler (Gottfried) Papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, printed matter, photographs, slides, and memorabilia, relating to economic theory, and especially to laissez-faire economics and associated concepts of liberty.

 
Hablan los partidos sound recording

Campaign speeches by members of various political parties during the general election in Spain, June 1977.

 
Hachimonji (Kumezō) Papers

Kumezō Hachimonji was born in 1888. A native of Miyagi Prefecture, he graduated from Thoku Gakuin in Sendai and arrived in the United States in 1918. He received his BS from Columbia University. Before World War II he owned and...

 
Hacienda del Pozo de Verona [graphic]

Exterior views of the Phoebe Apperson Hearst residence in Pleasanton, Calif. Includes views of the courtyard and balconies.

 
Hacienda del Pozo de Verona [graphic]

Views of the Hearst ranch in Pleasanton, Calif. show general and detailed views of the residence, mostly exteriors.

 
Hacienda del Pozo de Verona [graphic]

Views of the interior and exterior of the estate. Interior views show items collected by Hearst.

 
Hacker, J. C. Papers in case J.C. Hacker vs. Hiram Pitts, 1875-1876.

Litigation was over the sale of the Eagle Hotel in Stockton.

 
Hackett (C. Nelson) Papers

Correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, books, business records, clippings, legal papers, scrapbooks, photo albums, ephemera, and realia.

 
Hackett Family Papers

The Hackett family immigrated to San Francisco in 1885, when James Alexander Hackett along with his wife, Alice, and daughter, Sadie, came to San Francisco in search of employment at the advice of his first cousin, Charles Calvin Petty, a...

 
Hackett (James E.) Papers

The James E. Hackett papers include 91 photographs and Olive Brackett’s class notes and textbook attending Lee Ann’s Academy of Cosmetology in Oakland, California. Photographs are arranged by subject into four subseries: Hackett family photographs, military service, NAACP events, and...

 
Hadden (Anne) Collection

Includes letters received by Anne Hadden, Irene Hardy, and Maude J. Wilson. Also includes letters collected by Miss Hardy. Correspondents include Edward Everett Hale, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Horace Mann, John Muir, Lincoln Steffens, John Steinbeck, and Woodrow Wilson....

 
Hadden (Jeffrey) Papers

The collection contains files (correspondence, financial and tax records, clippings, notes, website printouts, brochures, newsletters, mailings and other promotional literature) assembled by Hadden, relating to various religious groups and leaders, mainly televangelists such Jim Bakker (PTL), Jerry Falwell, and Pat...

 
Hadden, Robert A. Collection

The collection began with a scrapbook full of cutout Bible studies from , many from the New Testament course offered by Hadden in each issue, but also including many of its “Questions and Answers” section initialed H.N.B. The scrapbook also...

 
Hadden (Stanley) Papers

This collection contains the professional records of Stanley Hadden, the former legislative aide to California State Senator David Roberti. Hadden was Roberti's senior advisor on AIDS and gay rights issues. The bulk of this collection is from 1986 to 1989....

 
Haderlie (Eugene Clinton) Papers

Collection includes research notes and notebooks (some during his graduate student years), 1949-94; class lectures, syllabi, and related materials, primarily from his Hopkins Marine Station classes, 1962-94; a few correspondence files, 1969-93; and correspondence, memoranda, minutes, financial records, and other...

 
Hadid (Zaha) Drawings for "The Great Utopia" Exhibition, 1992

A collection of 79 drawings and paintings from contemporary architect, Zaha Hadid (b. 1950) executed for the design of the exhibition of Russian Constructivist art, "The Great Utopia" (Guggenheim Museum, 1992). There are 32 ink drawings and 47 acrylic paintings,...

 
Hadlock (Richard) Collection

Open reel tape recordings of the Annals of Jazz radio program produced and hosted by historian and educator Richard Hadlock, broadcast on KCSM, San Mateo between 1982 and 1991.

 
Hadsell (John S.) Westminster House Collection

The collection contains notes, interviews, correspondence, pamphlets and other materials used by John Hadsell to write .

 
Haenisch (Konrad) papers

Correspondence and newspaper issues, relating to political conditions and the socialist movement in Germany and to the role of the Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands in World War I.

 
Haensel (Paul) Papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, curricular materials, and printed matter, relating to economic conditions and especially to tax policy, primarily in the United States.

 
[Hafiz Tales?], undated

Leatherbound volume, in Arabic/[Persian?] script, with illuminations.

 
Hagan (Robert Mower) Papers

Robert Mower Hagan (1916-2002) served as Professor of Water Science at the University of California, Davis from 1948-1987. The Hagan Papers contain writings, teaching files including class lecture notes and background materials, as well as subject files which contain materials...

 
Hagar (Captain George) papers

Captain George Hagar papers (SAFR 17180, HDC 285) includes a list of voyages sailed by Hagar from 1828 to 1875, an article about Hagar and the ship ALABAMA and an illustration of the ALABAMA. All items are photocopies. The collection...

 
Hagar, (George, Col.) Memoriam

This hand-illuminated memoriam covers the main events in George Hagar’s life from his birth to his death, including his education, his arrival in California during the Gold Rush, his business, his marriage, and his appointment to the Vice-Presidency of the...

 
Hagedorn (Jeff) Papers

Scripts, journals, correspondence, flyers, programs, press releases, reviews, research materials, photographic negatives, publicity stills, and other materials, 1979 to 1995, relating to playwright Jeff Hagedorn, his production company, SYZYGY, and his internationally produced theatrical works and video productions.

 
Hagedorn (Jessica Tarahata) Papers

The Jessica Tarahata Hagedorn Papers, 1974-2006, consist of drafts of her works, public relations materials, contracts and agreements, notes, and correspondence. The materials relate to her major or minor works, or are directly relevant to Jessica Hagedorn's career as a...

 
Hagelstein Diary

Diary entries by George Michael Hagelstein documenting his trip to California in 1850. It was translated from the German by Hagelstein's great-grandson LeVern W. Cutler; included are study guides and a bibliography.

 
Hagemann (Edward R.) collection on B. Traven

This collection contains correspondence, press clippings, and other material regarding Edward R. Hagemann’s research on B. Traven. Includes articles written by Hagemann, correspondence between Hagemann and other Traven researchers, a number of Traven short stories (typescripts), and works by other...

 
Hagemann (E.R.) Papers

Edward R. Hagemann (1921- ) taught in the English department at UCLA. The collection consists of typescript, proof sheets, and galleys for Hagemann's (c. 1982).

 
Hagemann (E.R.) Papers and Collection of Detective Fiction

Edward R. Hagemann (b.1921) taught in the English department at UCLA. His published works include (c1982) and (1985). The collection consists of 15 boxes of files relating to detective fiction, 841 titles of books and journals principally relating to detective...

Hagemeyer (Johan) Photograph Collection

The Johan Hagemeyer Photograph Collection comprises the bulk of what was the photographer's personal archive at the time of his death in 1962. The collection contains approximately 6,785 photographic prints and negatives, and spans from his earliest known amateur work...

 
Hagen (Paul E.) research materials on the Oakland Estuary

The Paul E. Hagen research materials on the Oakland Estuary, circa 1920's-2000, bulk 1950-1980 (SAFR 23839, HDC 1403) is comprised primarily of data sheets, clippings, notes and photographs of vessels residing in the Oakland Estuary. In addition there are photographs,...

 
Hagen (Sigurd) and Paul Hagen photographs

This collection of photographs consist of 2 postcards, 5 small photographic prints related to Sigurd Hagen. 26 photographic prints are primarily of the Wilson Brothers fleet of steam schooners at Rotten Row, Oakland Creek, California in the 1950s.

 
Hague (John M.) Mining Reports

Mining reports produced and collected by John M. Hague, geologist for the New Jersey Zinc Company.

 
Hahn (Harley) Collection

Copies of publications by Santa Barbara author Hahn, on the internet, computer programming, and related subjects.

 
Hahn (James K.) Papers

James Kenneth Hahn has served in numerous public office positions including Deputy City Attorney (1975–1979), City Controller (1981–1985), City Attorney (1985–2001), and Mayor of Los Angeles (2001-2005). The collection includes press clippings, press releases, Hahn's mayoral files, budget books, business...

 
Hahn (Kenneth) Collection

Kenneth Hahn was a former Los Angeles County Supervisor and Los Angeles City Councilman who served for over 40 years, making him the longest serving elected official in California's history. The collection contains materials about Hahn's life and passing, including...

 
Hahn (Kenneth) Collection

Administrative, political, and personal papers of LA County Supervisor Kenneth Hahn

 
Hahn (Stanley C.) Collection

The materials in the collection supply a picture of the growth of an internationally successful company through the period of the Great Depression, as well as the development of the machines important to the farmers and developers in California and...

 
Haida totem pole designs from Queen Charlotte Island, British Columbia [graphic]

Photographs show drawings of designs for totem poles. Collection is accompanied by the following information: "Totem poles representing the family history and the mythology of the tribe of 'Haida' Indians on Queen Charlotte Island, B.C. Also their places and modes...

Haig (Alexander M.), Jr. Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1974

The materials of Alexander Meigs Haig, Jr. cover the period from December 1968 to August 1974 when General Haig served as Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and Assistant to the President, Chief of Staff for President...

 
Haig (Alexander M.), Jr. Papers, White House Special Files, 1969-1974

The records were created to document Haig's activities as he served as a Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and later, as White House Chief of Staff.

 
Haight, Geo. W. (George W.) Correspondence, 1887-1897.

Nineteen letters from San Francisco lawyer, George W. Haight to A.W. Smith in Grand Junction, Colorado, dated 1887 - 1897. All on letterhead printed with "Law offices of Taylor & Haight, 207 Sansome St., E.R. Taylor, G.W. Haight". Fifteen are...

 
Haight (Henry H.) Family Collection

Scrapbooks, photographs, rosary novenas, Wolf Head Society roster....

 
Haight Street Diggers Records

Mainly photocopies of fliers, broadsides, poetry, manifestos, and other printed material distributed in the community, the bulk of which was printed by the Communications Company, a group created by several writers and Diggers; together with several issues of Free City...

 
Haight-Ashbury Collection

The collection primarily contains handbills, flyers, and posters of cultural and political activities in the Haight-Ashbury area of San Francisco in 1967....

 
[Haiku booklets] /

Manuscript haiku collections, most with accompanying letters sent to Elizabeth Searle Lamb by John Polozzolo (Zolo) during 1981-1985. All are untitled. Some typescript and some holograph; some illustrated by author.

 
[Haiku broadsides] /

Title supplied by cataloger.

 
[Haiku broadsides] /

Title supplied by cataloger.

 
Haiku Canada : twentieth anniversary holographic anthology /

"Each poem in this box was handwritten and signed by the poet. One hundred seventy-five boxes were prepared and distributed."

 
Haiku North America (1997 : Portland, Or.) [Publications]

Includes: Transmittal letter--Announcement--Program--Newspaper articles--Flyers: Haiku conference webthology.--Towards a defintion of the English haiku / George Swede.--Rengay structure and aesthetics / Ebba Story.--Workshop on Onitsura / Jerry Ball.--The Philosophy and purpose of the tea ceremony / DoShin Tei.

 
Haiku papers, 1982-2004.

The collection consists of John Brandi's working papers relating to his haiku publications. This material was organized by Brandi and his content notes for each folder have been retained. Each folder pertains to one publication and includes items associated with...

 
Haiku Society of America documents.

The Haiku Society of America was founded by Harold G. Henderson and Leroy Kanterman in 1968. This nonprofit organization promotes English language haiku and is open to all who appreciate this form.

 
Haiku Society of America documents.

The Haiku Society of America was founded by Harold G. Henderson and Leroy Kanterman in 1968. This nonprofit organization promotes English language haiku and is open to all who appreciate this form.

 
Haile Selassie I, Emperor of Ethiopia proofs

Relates to the Italo-Ethiopian War.

 
Hailey (Trevor) Papers

The Trevor Hailey papers provide a snapshot of the life of one of San Francisco’s iconic residents, the unofficial historian of the Cstro District where she led her popular “Cruisin’ the Castro” walking tours. The collection contains materials related to...

 
Hailmann (W.N.) Kindergarten collection

William Nicholas Hailmann (1836-1920) was a leading exponent of the doctrine of Froebel in early childhood education. He was the director of the German-American Academies (1865-73) and Milwaukee (1873-78) and the German-American Seminary in Detroit (1878-83), served as superintendent of...

 
Haines, Evans, and Merrell Family Papers

The Haines, Evans, and Merrell Families were all related. The collection consists of the Civil War diaries of John H. Merrell, and miscellaneous personal correspondence and ephemera of the Haines and Evans families, mostly letters to Sarah Elizabeth (Haines) Evans.

 
Haines (H. H.) report

Relates to Turkish port facilities on the Black Sea.

 
Haines, Helen E. (Helen Elizabeth) Photographs from the Helen Elizabeth Haines papers [graphic].

Portraits and snapshots of friends, associates and colleagues; many relating to librarianship and the American Library Association (ALA). Many snapshots of group outings and social gatherings in conjunction with ALA meetings between about 1890 and 1905 are present. Portraits include...

 
Haines (Rufus Rowe) Biographical Collection

This file contains a letter from Estelle H. Fennel to the Library regarding research on her father, Rufus Rowe Haines, a typed excerpt on Haines from by J. M. Guinn, and a copy of a photograph of Haines.

 
Hair (Jim) Photographs

This collection contains photographs of early UCSC faculty and Santa Cruz eccentrics including Alan Chadwick, N. O. Brown, Gregory Bateson, Mary Holmes, William Everson, Peter Demma, etc.

 
"Hair" poster, 1969

Color poster of the rock musical "Hair," with cast photo and lyrics, printed by Theater Publications Division of Pisani Printing Company, for Berkeley Co-op, in Cooperation with ACT, San Francisco California. Found in misc. mss map drawer. Map cabinet 20/6....

 
Haislip (Wade H.) Papers

Correspondence, reports, orders, awards, citations, photographs, clippings, and printed matter, relating to American military activities in the European Theater during World War II, and to postwar administration of the Army.

 
Haiti Document

One French military document (ADS), count of men (98) and rations (bread, fresh beef, pork, and rum), Port au Prince [Haiti], 15 June 1795....

 
Hakluyt - The English Voyages leaf, circa 1598-1600

Pages 53-54 of an early printing of the English Voyages. Deframed 5/2/06. Found in workroom. Ink notation: Atherton Gallery, Menlo Park. Alpha list.

 
Hakoah Athletic Club of San Francisco records, 1946-1953.

Collection consists of a 1946 newsletter (Hakoah News) from the Hakoah Amateur Athletic Club of Los Angeles, California and a press release from 1953 detailing the mission, activities, and history of the Hakoah Athletic Club of San Francisco.

 
Hal Altman papers, 1958-1961.

The collection includes correspondence about the Jews in the California Gold Rush and about the historical preservation of pioneer Jewish cemeteries and landmarks.

 
Hal Draper papers, circa 1940-1990.

Collection contains research notes relating to political history and manuscripts of his writing.

 
Hal G. Osborn accounts, 1891-1899.

Concerns plant and clothing orders. Note and receipt from Luther Burbank included.

 
Hal Pereira Film Sketches

The Hal Pereira Film Sketches Collection consists chiefly of the film sketches that art director and designer Hal Periera created for Hollywood films in the 1950s and 1960s.

 
Hal Roach Studios scripts and production material

The Hal Roach Studios scripts and production material spans the years 1924-1936 and encompasses 3.6 linear feet. The collection consists of scripts and other production documents, including continuities, dialogue breakdowns, production reports, schedules, and treatments. The majority of these papers...

 
Halacsy (Andrew A.) memoirs

Relates to conditions in Soviet forced labor camps. Photocopy.

 
Halasz (George) scrapbooks

George Halasz was a theatrical critic for the , under the column, . Additionally, he wrote features for , the , and the . In 1935 Halasz moved to Hollywood and became a script reader and writer for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and...

Halberstadt (Milton) Papers and Photographs.

Photographs, proofs, transparencies, and negatives of Milton "Hal" Halberstadt commericial and artistic photography. Personal and business correspondence relating to his life as a photographer. Papers include business ledgers and records, teaching slides and notes. Correspondence and memorabilia from 1936-2000.

 
Halbert (Sherrill) Papers

Sherrill Halbert, Sacramento jurist and amateur historian, served as a director of the Pony Express Centennial Association from 1958-1961. He was administrator of many Association Projects including the creation of trail markers and penned about twenty "Pony Express Days" vignettes....

 
Halbrook (Stephen Porter) typescript

Relates to the influence of anarchist and Marxist theories on the Russian and Chinese Revolutions, and on revolutionary movements throughout the world.

Haldeman, H. R. (Harry R.) Papers, White House Special Files, 01/20/1969 - 04/30/1973

This series was created to document the activities of H. R. Haldeman as he carried out his duties as White House Chief of Staff. The series also includes the files of key staff members who worked under Haldeman.

 
Haldeman-Julius (Emanuel) Big Blue Books and Larger Books Collection

Emanuel Haldeman-Julius (1888-1951) moved to Girard, Kansas in 1915 to begin writing for , a leading socialist newspaper in pre-World War I America. In 1919, he purchased a partnership with Louis Kopelin in the newspaper and its printing facility with...

 
Haldeman-Julius (Emanuel) Little Blue Books Collection

Emanuel Haldeman-Julius, a newspaper publisher, opened a publishing house in Girard, Kansas, where he published small, inexpensive paperback books, including classic works of literature and essays on myriad topics, for the working and middle classes. The publications in the are...

 
Haldeman-Julius (Emanuel) Publishing Records

Emanuel Haldeman-Julius Publishing Records consists of a small number of business records, the personal records of Jack Botwin, the printing plates for one title, and articles about the Haldeman-Julius Collection at the Leonard H. Axe Library (formerly the Porter Library)...

 
Haldeman-Julius 'Little Blue Books' Collection

The Haldeman-Julius Little Blue Books are arranged numerically by book number....

 
Haldeman-Julius Publications

Pamphlets from both the Little Blue Book and Big Book Series published between 1924 and 1950 by socialist activist Emanuel Haldeman-Julius (1889-1951). The pamphlets are printed on pulp paper and staple-bound, and were marketed to workers and the "educated" classes....

 
Halder (Franz) letters

Relates to military science, the German and American armies, and the Vietnamese War.

 
Hale (Barbara) Collection

Barbara Hale began her acting career in 1943 and although she has appeared in numerous screen and television productions, she is most recognized as her character Della Street, in the television drama . The collection consists of television scripts, call...

 
Hale Champion papers, 1958-1968 (bulk 1960-1966)

Chiefly subject files, press releases and press conference material, speeches, and some correspondence files, pertaining to the tenure and administration of Governor Edmund G. Brown, Sr.

 
Hale Cheatham miscellany, 1927-1939.

Collection includes: 2 photographs of New York City; 1 photograph of a U.S. Navy seaplane; 3 b&w postcards of Madison, Wis.; 6 licenses to operate a motor vehicle in various U.S. national parks; 1 California Dept. of Agriculture vehicle inspection...

 
Hale (Edward E.) papers

Memoirs, letters, clippings, and photographs, relating to conditions in prisoner of war camps in Japan during World War II.

 
Hale (George E.) Papers

This collection documents George Ellery Hale's role in planning and developing major observatories in the U. S., and in founding the California Institute of Technology and the Huntington Library. The collection also illustrates the role Hale took in organizing the...

 
Hale (Israel and Titus) Diary

Written by Israel Hale, who travelled with his son Titus Hale, this daily diary chronicles the challenges and hardship of an overland journey by wagon train from St. Joseph, Missouri to Sacramento that took from May 5, 1849 to October...

 
Hale (Oscar F.) Papers

The collection primarily contains Civil War era correspondence from Union soldier Oscar F. Hale, Ohio Infantry, 44th Regiment (Vol), Co. D and Ohio Cavalry, 8th Regiment (Vol), Co. D. to his sister. Also included are a possibly unrelated 1845 letter...

 
Hale (Terrel) Papers

Papers of Terrel Hale, American poet and editor, dating from 1975 to 2003. Included are original notebooks, typescripts, and drafts of Hale's prose, poetry, and plays; proofs, typescripts, paste-ups, lists of contributors, and correspondence related to the publication of .

 
Hale (Titus) Papers

This collection contains four books of research done by Hale on the titles to property of Rancho San Andreas for his partition suit entitled Briody vs. Hale, 1877.

 
Hale (Victor W. D.) Papers

The Victor W. D. Hale papers consist of two series - one devoted to the Conference on high-speed automatic calculating machines held at the Cambridge University Mathematical Laboratory June 22-25, 1949, and one consisting of papers relating to EDSAC from...

 
Haley (Jay) papers

The Jay Haley collection, consisting of 28 linear feet and spanning from the 1950s to 2007, documents Haley’s career through correspondence, papers, book typescripts, and media materials. Among Haley’s papers documenting his multiple professional activities are his writings on: psychotherapy...

 
Half a Century of Communist Cadre Training records

Transcripts of proceedings, and correspondence, memoranda, and conference papers, preparatory to and resulting from the conference, relating to international communist party cadre selection and leadership training.

 
A half-century of landscape architecture : oral history transcript / and related material, 1965.

Mainly concerning his career at the University of California in the Department of Landscape Architecture from 1913 until his retirement in 1946; the development of the field and the curriculum; and planning the Berkeley campus. Appendices include copy of a...

 
Halhous (R.) typescript

Published by the Czechoslovak Ministry of National Defense. Translated by R. Halhous and K. Dolezal.

 
Hall Brothers Shipyard record book

Hall Brothers Shipyard record book (SAFR 17389, HDC 256) is a photocopy with entries dating 1884 to 1886. The collection is available for research use without restriction.

 
Hall Brothers Shipyard records and Hall Brothers family tree

Hall Brothers Shipyard records and Hall Brothers family tree (SAFR 17392, HDC 259) includes a variety of materials. There is a photocopy of a July 1878 time book that lists individuals names and time worked. Original contractual documents include a...

 
Hall Brothers Shipyard Spar Dimension records

Hall Brothers Shipyard Spar Dimension records (SAFR 17390, HDC 257) are undated photocopies. The collection is available for research use without restriction.

 
Hall Brothers Shipyard Vessel contracts

Hall Brothers Shipyard Vessel contracts (SAFR 17391, HDC 258) are for the barkentine JAS. TUFT, schooners INCA and JOHN A. CAMPBELL plus specifications for a five-masted auxiliary schooner. The collection is available for research use without restriction.

 
Hall (Charles L.) papers

Photographs and memorabilia, relating to famine conditions and American Relief Administration work in Orenburg and Samara, Russia.

 
Hall (Charles Victor) Lantern Slide Collection of California Views

These lantern slides depict urban, agricultural, and nature scenes of California in the 1870s. The slides acted as a visual accompaniment to Charles Victor Hall’s traveling lecture promoting California’s resources and benefits, aiming to encourage New Englanders and Europeans to...

 
Hall (Dale O.) papers

The collection relates to American military training in the United States during World War II, military mapping in the Pacific Theater, and the postwar occupation of Japan. It consists of correspondence, diary, printed matter, photographs, and miscellany.

 
Hall (David S.) Papers

Collection consists of correspondence, books, journals, clippings, and other printed materials related to abortion and sterilization in the course of Dr. David S. Hall's work as Senior Public Health Educator, Bureau of Maternal and Child Health for Los Angeles County....

 
Hall (Dick Wick) Papers

Relates to mining in North Yuma County, mining and oil exploration in Texas and Alabama and to Hall's literary career. Photocopies of originals in Arizona Heritage Center, Tucson, AZ.

 
Hall (D.J.) papers

D.J. (Debra Jane) Hall is a southern California representational, figurative painter, best known for her portraits of women by poolside. Papers record her personal life and artistic career, including family records, teaching materials, research materials for projects and artwork, documentations...

 
Hall (Douglas C.) Papers

Collection contains the unpublished story by Stanford student, Douglas Clovis Hall (A.B. 1966; Ph.D. 1972), and six letters to Hall by classmates of John F. Kennedy recalling their impressions of Kennedy while he was a student at Stanford in fall...

Hall (E. Raymond) papers

The E. Raymond Hall papers include field notes spanning the years 1927-1943, as well as wildlife control materials including correspondence, reports, meeting minutes, reprints of articles, and similar materials dating from 1924-1941. Additionally, there is a small collection of photographs...

 
Hall (Elmer Gladstone) papers

Writings, pamphlets, and eulogy, relating to missionary activities in the Belgian Congo, conditions at the time of independence, and the evacuation of Europeans and Americans in 1960.

 
Hall Family Papers and Sugar Plantation Records

Family papers and sugar plantation records (1709-1835) of the Hall family of England and Jamaica, including William Hall (b.1696), Thomas Hall (1725-1772), Hugh Kirkpatrick Hall (b.1748?), and Thomas Kirkpatrick Hall (b.1776). The Hall family owned and operated the sugar plantations...

 
Hall (George F.) papers

Diary, letters, orders, memoranda, leaflets, and financial records, relating to British military operations in Sicily and Italy during World War II.

 
Hall (Gladys) papers

The Gladys Hall papers span the years 1918-1969 (bulk 1930-1941) and encompass 10 linear feet. The collection consists primarily of notes and manuscripts for her articles on various movie stars. There is also a small amount of correspondence, as well...

 
Hall (Harvey Monroe) Papers

Consists of the papers of Harvey Monroe Hall, his wife Carlotta Case Hall and their daughter Martha Hall Niccolls. The papers of Harvey Monroe Hall contain correspondence, notes, reprints and newspapers clippings relating to his family life and his career...

 
Hall (John A.) Papers

This small collection conatins five letters between various members of the Hall Family, several receipts, a carte de visite of Edward W. Hall, and a handwritten family record of Sargent Hall and Nancy Clay.

 
Hall (John B.) San Joaquin County Legal Papers

N.B.--Hall had Transcripts and Briefs bound separately before 1878. After that date Transcripts and Briefs for a particular case are bound together. It is not clear why the individual Briefs were bound together as they were. Their order is vaguely...

 
Hall (John R.) Research Materials on Peoples Temple

Materials used by Hall in preparation of, and cited in, his book, , published in 1987. Includes correspondence, legal documents, clippings, transcripts of conversations and broadcasts (1954-1983), and ephemera collected and generated by members of Peoples Temple (1960-1978), particularly in...

 
Hall (Kenneth F.) miscellaneous papers

Memoranda, letters, reports, and speeches, relating to the election campaign of Ronald Reagan for governor of California in 1966, and to miscellaneous aspects of administration of the California state government during his gubernatorial administration.

 
Hall (Lucie Stern) Photograph Albums

Collection includes two photo albums of portraits of Stanford faculty, administrators, and alumni, 1940-44, including Birge Clark, Donald B. Tresidder, Russell V. Lee, Fred Terman, and Mary Yost; guest book from Lucie Stern's home with guest entries, 1933-45, clippings, 1926-46,...

 
Hall (Luella J.) Papers

Clippings, notes, writings, and correspondence, relating primarily to foreign relations between the United States and Morocco, 1776-1956, and to post-World War II political, social, and economic conditions in Africa, especially North Africa. Includes correspondence with Kaiser Wilhelm II relating to...

 
Hall (M. C.) Collection

Contains photographs and clippings from Hall's career as promoter of automobile rallies and tours to Yosemite and as automobile editor for the San Francisco Examiner, San Francisco Chronicle, the San Francisco Call, and the Daily Palo Alto Times.

Hall (Manly Palmer) Collection of alchemical manuscripts

A collection of 243 manuscripts detailing the arts of Alchemy, Hermeticism, Rosicrucianism, and Masonry, gathered by Manly Palmer Hall, author and researcher in the realms of mysticism and the occult.

 
Hall (Marcus) Papers

Baritone singer Marcus Hall (1904-1977) was born on September 8, 1904 in California to William M. and Susie Hall. Papers include concert programs, correspondence, a scrapbook, newspaper clippings, and photographs documenting the life and career of baritone singer Marcus Hall....

 
Hall (Nancy L.) Papers

Nancy Lee Hall (1923- ) was born in Rochester, New York. She was a design craftsperson (1964), drama teacher in the San Diego Unified Public Schools (1968) and a social worker at the Alcoholism Counseling and Education Center (1972). She...

 
Hall (Norman S.) Papers

Collection consists of 111 screenplays and 19 television plays by Norman Shannon Hall, and 17 items (plays, screenplays, and television plays) by friends of Hall....

 
Hall of Justice Building [graphic] : situated on Washington, Kearny and Merchant Streets, San Francisco, Calif. /

Drawings include Washington St. elevation; Merchant St. elevation; Dunbar Alley (rear) elevation; Kearney St. elevation; Elevation of South side of court wall and section thru upper portion of wall; transverse section on line B-B; detail of Police court grilles. Does...

 
Hall of the Golden City collection, [ca. 1890-1965].

Consists of San Francisco memorabilia including Historic sites, Calif. Midwinter International Exposition, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, Chinese, earthquakes, menus, and theater programs. Also includes a report on Golden Gate Bridge suicides.

 
Hall of the Golden City photograph collection [graphic]

Includes photos of airplanes preparing for the Spreckles air race to Honolulu; an advertising card for the San Francisco photographers, Bradley & Rulofson; a photographic collage of hundreds of portraits, entitled Some of Bradley & Rulofson's babies; views of the...

 
Hall (Peirson M.) papers

This collection consists of Judge Peirson M. Hall's personal and professional papers.

 
Hall (Sharlot Mabridth) Correspondence and Papers

Sharlot Mabridth Hall (1870-1943) was born in Kansas, was a pioneer, rancher, poet, prose writer, state historian of Arizona, and assistant editor of magazine. This collection includes correspondence to and from Hall and Charles Fletcher Lummis, manuscripts of Hall's published...

 
Hall (Sharlot Mabridth), Tonto Basin Row Manuscript

This is a typed copy of a manuscript entitled "The Tonto Basin Row" by Sharlot Mabridth Hall, which may have appeared in the newspaper in August 1887.

 
Hall (Vivian) Papers

Vivian Hall, a resident of Irvine, California from 1968 until her death in 2008, was an educator, feminist, political and community activist, and grass roots organizer. The collection principally documents Hall's political and feminist activities during the 1970s, notably...

 
Hall (W. Karin) typescript

Relates to Colonel Truman Smith, American military attaché in Germany, 1935-1939. M.A. thesis, San Jose State University.

 
Hall (William Chapman) papers

Letters, a notebook, and memorabilia, relating to the inspection of foodstuff distributed by the Commission for Relief in Belgium, and to the departure of American members of the commission from Belgium upon the entry of the United States into World...

 
Hall, William (Chorale Collection)

This collection consists of digital and analog recordings of performances by the William Hall Master Chorale of Orange County, 1956-2002. Along with the recordings there are also a number of scrapbooks documenting the performances.

 
Hall (William H.) Collection

Correspondence, business and personal papers, notebooks, scrapbooks....

 
Hall (William Hammond) Papers

Although William Hammond Hall served as State Engineer only until 1889, the Hall Papers cover the years 1878 to 1907 because the records were housed until 1991 as documents still in use by the Department of Water Resources (DWR) where...

 
Hall, William Hammond Papers

Chiefly correspondence, reports, accounts, and other papers pertaining to Hall's irrigation projects in Calif., with some materials on projects in Nev. and Yakima, Wash. Includes some papers related to Hall's research and publications on irrigation, dams, and reservoirs; reports and...

 
Hall, William Hammond Papers

Chiefly correspondence, reports, accounts, and other papers pertaining to Hall's irrigation projects in Calif., with some materials on projects in Nev. and Yakima, Wash. Includes some papers related to Hall's research and publications on irrigation, dams, and reservoirs; reports and...

 
Hall (William Hammond) Papers

The William Hammond Hall papers (MS915) consists of correspondence, technical reports, scrapbooks, and blueprints generated during his time as the first State Engineer of California (1879-1889), as a supervising engineer for the U.S. Geological Survey (1889), and as a private...

 
Hall (Wm. Ham.) papers

The William Hammond Hall Papers, consist of correspondence, writings, diaries, maps, photographs, notes, and clippings recording the fifty year career of a pioneer in the fields of irrigation, reclamation, and conservation.

 
Hallanger, Lawrence W Films, 1968-1970 [motion picture]

The accession consists of seven 16 mm. projection prints of U.S. Navy diving films. Five of these projection prints document SeaLab III. One print documents Tektite I, and one print documents Navy aquanauts in general. SeaLab III was a 1968...

 
Halleck, Peachy & Billings Correspondence and Papers

Correspondence and papers relating to land and land litigation (including original documents and diseños, and transcripts) and to various legal cases, some concerning Chinese immigration, ships, and the funding bill in San Francisco; accounts; and tax records. Also included: correspondence...

 
Halleck, Peachy & Billings Records

Halleck, Peachy & Billings was one of the leading San Francisco law firms in the settlement of titles to Mexican land grants. The firm was dissolved in 1861. The collection contains correspondence, mainly relating to land litigation of Halleck, Peachy...

 
Halleck, Peachy & Billings Records

Correspondence and papers relating to land and land litigation (including original documents and disenos, and transcripts) and to various legal cases, some concerning Chinese immigration, ships, and the funding bill in San Francisco; accounts; and tax records. Also included: correspondence...

 
Halleck, Peachy & Billings Collection

The major part of the collection consists of legal documents written chiefly by Henry W. Halleck relating to the California Land Cases-copies of land titles, drafts of briefs, and opinions used in establishing the legal titles of some 36 different...

 
Halleck, Peachy and Billings Collection.

Reel 1: box 1 folder 1 through box 3 folder 5; reel 2: box 3 folder 6 through box 6 folder 2; reel 3: box 6 folder 3 through box 7 folder 7; reel 4: box 7 folders 8 through...

 
Haller (Stanislaw) typescript

Relates to the coup of Józef Pilsudski in Poland.

 
Hallett (A. E.) holograph

Pictorial booklet, relating to the German youth movement. Text and photographs by A. E. Hallett. Paintings by Captain Herrmann, a German prisoner of war. Prepared at PW Camp 184, Llanmartin, near Newport Mons.

 
Hallett (Carol) Papers

Carol Boyd Hallett, a Republican, was first elected to the 77th Assembly District in 1976. She authored bills concerning agriculture, education, and flood control in Monterey. Hallett also introduced legislation to reform the State Teachers' Retirement System (AB1002, 1977-1978) and...

 
Hallett (George E.A.) Special Collection

This collection contains personal material relating to the career of Maj. George Hallett. Hallett was an engineer who worked with Glenn Curtis on early airplanes in San Diego. He was in the Army Air Service during World War I. After...

 
Hallgarten (George W.F.) Papers

Correspondence, diaries, speeches and writings, photocopies of government documents, propaganda leaflets, and printed matter, relating to European diplomacy, imperialism, psychology of national socialism and totalitarianism, U.S. and German propaganda during World War II, and the arms race, 1870-1970. Includes drafts...

 
Hallgarten (Katherine Drew) papers

Reports, conference papers and proceedings, laws and treaties, hearing transcripts, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to international communications and space law.

 
Hallin (Edward) certificate and menu

Edward Hallin certificate and menu, 1940-1941, (SAFR 22684, HDC 1625) consists of two documents: a "crossing the line" certificate for Edward J. Hallin, a shellback on the PRESIDENT POLK (passenger vessel) dated October 29, 1940 and an Easter dinner menu...

 
Hallmark Hall of Fame Radio and Television Scripts and Production Material

Sponsored by Hallmark Cards, Inc. to help market greeting cards, Hallmark Hall of Fame started as a CBS radio program, the (1948). The program presented well-known contemporary and classical literature often portrayed by well known Hollywood stars. The program made...

 
Halma (Frederick F.) papers

This collection contains project files, publications, photographs, and other material regarding the career of Dr. Frederick F. Halma, professor of subtropical horticulture at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and research scientist at the Citrus Experiment Station in Riverside,...

 
Haloid Company Collection, ca. 1920s

The prints in the Haloid Company Collection pre-date the company's involvement with xerography. They appear to be photographs intended to be used as examples of the various textures of "modern photographic papers."

 
Halonen (George) Miscellaneous Papers

Correspondence, writings, reports, and printed matter, relating to activities of the Finnish Information Bureau in the United States in publicizing and seeking American recognition of the Soviet government of Finland. Includes writings and correspondence of Santeri Nuorteva, head of the...

 
Halperin (Samuel) papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, legislation, memoranda, reports, studies, and printed matter, relating to federal aid to education in the United States.

 
Halpern (Joel Martin) papers

The collection contains grant proposals, conference papers, minutes, reports, studies, writings, notes, correspondence, electronic bulletins, and printed matter related to economic and social development of the Southeast Asia region, and American social science studies of the area; ethnology and social...

 
Halpert (Saul) Papers

Collection consists of the files, papers, and kinescopes of Saul Halpert, working journalist in the Los Angeles area from 1946 to 1999. Topics covered range from local to international politics, with a significant project on Los Angeles school integration.

 
Halsema (James J.) papers

Diary transcript, other writings, and miscellany, relating to conditions in Japanese internment camps in the Philippines during World War II.

 
Halsey (William Frederick) proclamations

Relates to Allied occupation of Dutch Timor and Portuguese Timor.

 
Halsted N. Gray–Carew & English Funeral Home Records

Funeral records, daybooks, and death and burial registers for seven funeral homes, mostly based in San Francisco--with the exception of Clark and Booth in Sacramento, as well as a few records from Burlingame and Stockton--acquired over time by the present-day...

 
Halsted (Walter Kerr) California Manuscript

This is a typed copy of a manuscript by Walter Kerr Halsted entitled "My Trip to California in '49," wherein Halsted recounts the four years he spent traveling to and living in California, starting in 1849. Halsted was 91 at...

 
Halverson (Homer A.) Collection

Homer Halverson worked for the City of Los Angeles as an Engineer in the 1920s, on his family's orange grove in the San Fernando Valley, in the early 1930s, and as a structural draftsman in the US Army Corps of...

 
Ham (Ho Young) Papers

Ho Young Ham was born in Seoul, Korea on May 5, 1868 and immigrated to Hawaii in 1905 with his wife, Hannah Chur Ham (1882-1979). The Ho Young Ham papers consist of artifacts, audio recordings, books, clothing, correspondence, manuscripts, photographs,...

 
Haman (William) Collection

William Haman arrived in California in the mid 1890s to work for Leland Stanford's Vina vineyards and winery near Los Molinos in Tehama County. The owner of the newly-built Placer County Winery in Roseville enticed Haman to work for...

 
Hamashita collection

Chinese land deeds.

 
Hamblin (Jacob) Collection

The Jacob Hamblin Collection contains primarily correspondence to and about Jacob Hamblin. Two of Hamblin's journals, as well as photographs and ephemera, complete the library's holdings. The collection provides information about Hamblin's missions to the Indians, early settlement in southern...

 
Hambly (Barbara) papers

This collection contains novels and short stories written or edited by Barbara Hambly, an American science fiction, fantasy, and mystery writer. Also includes novels and short stories written by George Alec Effinger, an American science fiction writer, and short stories...

 
Hamburg-American Lines records

Hamburg-American Lines records (SAFR 14302, HDC 94) contains correspondence, brochures, and rate books for passenger service. Correspondence between Focke, Wilkens & Lange, General Southern Passenger Agents for Hamburg American Line, and T.E. Hunt of the Southern Pacific Galvaston, Harrisburg and...

 
 
Hamburger (Robert N.) Papers

Papers of Robert N. Hamburger, UCSD professor of pediatrics and researcher in allergy and immunology. Hamburger investigated the relationship between peptides and immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies and synthesized human IgE pentapeptide (HEPP), a substance shown to inhibit allergic response. Included...

 
Hamet Hubbard Case correspondence and diary, 1856-1879.

Letters to his father and wife concerning surveying and land speculation, Fox Lake area, Wisconsin; overland journey, 1859, with change of destination at Laramie from Pike's Peak goldfields, to Washington Territory; life as farmer and surveyor near Walla Walla.

 
Hamilton & Young Family collection, 1864-1963.

Photographs, correspondence, ephemera.

 
Hamilton A. Tyler wildlife photograph collection [graphic]

Photographs show butterflies, owls, and other wildlife, presumably in California. Most are unidentified.

 
Hamilton (Andrew) Papers

Andrew Jackson Hamilton (1911-1976) was a U.S. Navy public information officer on the West Coast and in the Pacific on the staff of Admiral Chester W. Nimitz during World War II, and public information manager (1946-60) and Public Affairs Officer...

 
Hamilton (A.T.) Family Papers

Archibald T. Hamilton was born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1860. A merchant in ill health, he decided to emigrate to Southern California in 1887 in hopes of regaining his strength. He bought 105 acres from Charles Frankish’s Ontario Land and...

 
Hamilton (Ben) collection

The Ben Hamilton collection spans the years 1911-1975 and encompasses 5 linear feet. The collection includes correspondence, fan scrapbooks, and miscellany. The correspondence includes letters written to Lily May Caldwell, who worked for various newspapers in Birmingham, Alabama from at...

 
Hamilton (Donald) Papers

Donald Bengtsson Hamilton (1916-1924) created the Matt Helm series of detective novels, wrote western novels and other books, and contributed articles on hunting, yachting, and photography to magazines. The collection consists of Hamilton's correspondence, articles, various editions of his books,...

 
Hamilton (Dwight L.) Slides

Slides of National Parks and Monuments and four audio interviews of stories of the National Parks.

 
Hamilton, Edwin L. (Edwin Lee) Papers, 1933-1995

The collection consists of correspondence dated 1933-1995, subject files, and other material documenting the career of Edwin Lee Hamilton. The correspondence includes letters exchanged with Robert S. Dietz, Harry Hess, Gordon MacDonald, and H. William Menard. The collection documents the...

 
Hamilton (Ezra M.) Collection

Manuscript reminiscences of Ezra M. Hamilton, with index and typescript of pages 1-184 and 491-617....

 
Hamilton Fish letter to the Honorable Robert J. Walker, 1869 September 25.

Holograph letter written on behalf of and signed by Hamilton Fish on official stationery of Department of State, Washington, [D. C.] to the Honorable Robert J. Walker about receiving Walker's note of the 20th and in compliance with his request,...

 
Hamilton (G.V.), M.D., Poems

Poems written by G.V. Hamilton, M.D., a psychiatrist who studied animal behavior mainly in primates, then became interested in human sexual behavior, especially that of married couples, and spent approximately the last fifteen years of his life as a clinical...

 
Hamilton H. Dobbin Collection, 1880-1930

Photographs of San Francisco scences and subjects, 1915-1925; photos of actors and actresses; photos of individuals.

 
Hamilton (Harold L.) papers

Collection includes reports, speeches, memos, newsclippings, photographs and books related to the history of the Electro-Motive Division of the General Motors Corporation and the history of the Diesel locomotive on the occasion of its 25th Anniversary.

 
Hamilton (Henry W.) papers

Correspondence, reports, bulletins, and photographs, relating to social conditions in Poland and the Soviet Union and to American Friends Service Committee relief work.

 
Hamilton (K. Hope) papers

Correspondence, clippings, photographs, sound recordings, and motion picture film, relating to the activities of Inter-America House in providing entertainment for American and Allied junior officers during World War II.

 
Hamilton (Lorenzo and Lavinia) Letters

Correspondence of members of Hamilton family to Mrs. Hamilton's brother, Joseph Delliber, in Hartford, Connecticut....

 
Hamilton (Maxwell M.) Papers

Reports, memoranda, correspondence, lectures, press releases, and printed matter, relating to American foreign policy toward China, Japan, and other government officials concerning economic and political conditions in Japan and Manchuria, 1933-1934.

 
Hamilton (Minard) papers

Diary and correspondence, relating to activities of the 313th Machine Gun Battalion in France during World War I, food distribution by the American Relief Administration in the Baltic States, and civil aviation in China, 1929-1930.

 
Hamlet L. Rice diaries, 1851-1853.

Contains the daily accounts of a gold miner at Quartz Mountain, Southern Mines, California. Volume 1, (100 p.) January 1, 1851 to March 1853: about the life of a miner in California including discussing his illnesses, "Mexican dysentery;" violent crimes...

 
Hamlin Garland letters, 1900s.

Six letters and one card; one circa 1925, the rest undated.

 
Hamlin (Homer) Correspondence, 1900-1919

Correspondence on the following topics: Laguna Dam, California - Arizona; Los Angeles Harbor; Los Angeles Municipal Railway; the decomposition of cement and concrete; the Paradise- Verde Irrigation District. Also correspondence and witness report forms about earthquakes occurring in Southern California...

 
Hamlin (Ralph) (1880-1974) Collection

A collection of papers, personal and professional, belonging to Ralph Cunningham Hamlin (1880 - 1974), who was a pioneer Los Angeles automobile dealer and racing enthusiast. Also covers his early years racing on bicycle. ca. 1894 – 1976, undated. See...

 
Hamlin (Ralph) Collection

Photographs relating to Hamlin's personal and family life; bicycling; motorcycling; automobile racing; auto road and endurance trips; business matters; and Franklin auto dealerships. 1894-1976, undated

 
Hammarskjöld House Photographs

The materials consist of digital photographs of house members....

 
Hammel & Denker Collection

Estate records of Henry Hammel and Andrew H. Denker, owners of the Rancho Rodeo de las Aguas (present day Beverly Hills). Includes a grant deed, letters, invoices, receipts, ledgers and canceled checks.

 
Hammer and Coffin National Honorary Society, Chaparral Chapter, Records

Hammer and Coffin Society Records, 1906-1987, document the development of the society from a humor society to a national student organization. The materials are arranged in nine series by type of document and include correspondence, minutes, reports, records, scrapbooks, photographs,...

 
Hammer (Armand) Museum of Art and Cultural Center. Exhibition files.

Record Series 776 contains exhibition files created by the curators of the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center (Hammer Museum) and the Frederic S. Wight Art Gallery (Wight Gallery). Included are materials documenting exhibitions held at the Armand...

 
Hammer Collection

Postal card photographs, ca. 1898-1900. Spanish-American War views of soldiers in camp training, the U.S. Army and civilian population in the Philippines, plus general views of California and Japan.

 
Hammer (Milton) certificates

Relates to the World War II war effort in the United States.

 
Hammer (Milton) Collection

Correspondence, photographs, and other material collected by Hammer, much of it during his career as a rare book and manuscripts dealer in Santa Barbara. Includes material re Heinrich Boll, Ralph Waldo Emerson, James A. Garfield, Oliver Wendell Holmes, J. Edgar...

 
Hammer (Susan) Papers

This collection documents the two-term administration of Susan Hammer, who served as Mayor of San Jose between the years 1990 and 1998. She is known for her commitment to improving public safety, education, and access to the arts. The collection...

 
Hammer (William Edward) processed volume

Relates to American military operations in the Pacific Theater and the Philippines during World War II.

 
Hammersley (Frederick) sketchbooks, notes, prints, and working materials

A set of sketchbooks, notebooks, lithographs, notes, and working materials by California hard-edge abstract painter, Frederick Hammersley.

 
Hammerstein (Ludwig von) typescript

Relates to the plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler.

 
Hammon (G. Hamilton) Scrapbook

This scrapbook was compiled by San Diego resident G. Hamilton Hammon. Hammon, who was an artist and poet, included fair copies of original manuscript poems, as well as striking handpainted vignettes of San Diego scenes. Several photographs are also present....

 
Hammon papers, 1898-1968

Business papers of three generations of the Hammon family, focusing primarily on the activities of Wendell P. (Philucius) Hammon, 1854-1939, and his son, Wendell C. (Cooper) Hammon, 1890-1966. A grandson, Wendell Hammon, 1918- , was custodian of the family papers...

 
Hammon (W. P.) papers

Correspondence, reports, contracts, shipping lists, specifications for dredging equipment, annotated maps, and photographs, relating to mining operations in China, Siberia, Korea, Malaya, and Poland.

 
Hammon (Wendell P. 1854-1939) Prospecting Log Books

Wendell P. Hammon (1854-1939) Prospecting Log Books of Shasta and Trinity County.

 
Hammon (Wendell P. 1918-2006) Typescript: Gold Dredger as an Instrument of Conservation

Article “The California dredger as an instrument of conservation” with rejection letter from Olaf P. Jenkins, Chief, State of California Department of Natural Resources Division of Mines, California journal of mines and geology.

 
Hammond, George P. (George Peter) Collection of British legal documents and fragments, [ca. 1686-1771]

Documents and fragments, mostly from Warwick County, England. Most relate to legal actions concerning financial matters. Includes judgement in the case of the estate of Captain John Mathews, 1686; and court documents signed by Richard Whitaker, 1689, and by Richard...

 
Hammond, George P. (George Peter) Collection of manuscript materials relating to the missions, presidios and settlement of Texas.

Preferred citation: Collection of manuscript materials relating to the missions, presidios and settlement of Texas, BANC MSS 70/6 p, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
Hammond (George P.) papers

The George P. Hammond Papers document the life and career of a Southwestern U.S. historian, who was director of the Bancroft Library from 1946-1965, and who wrote and published numerous books based on Spanish documents, as well as the history...

 
Hammond (Henry Nelson) papers

Diaries, photographs, printed matter, and miscellany, relating to American military operations in Siberia during the Russian Revolution and in the Philippines.

 
Hammond (Lansing V.) collection

Photographs and drawings, depicting British, Russian, Japanese, German, American, and other ships and airplanes from World War II. Includes a section of photographs illustrating the history of aviation.

 
Hammond (Richard James) typescript

Relates to Portuguese colonialism in Africa. Includes notes. Published by Stanford University Press.

 
Hammond (Walter J.) Photograph Album

Includes images of Senior class activities 1911 (not Stanford??), Family photos – Grinnell (Iowa?), Missouri Valley, Champions (baseball) 1911, Lake Louise (Canada), Seattle 1911, Columbia River, Car and train travel, Stanford rugby game, Student on "jasper ridge" including one with...

 
Hammond-Chambers (R. H. B.) Logbook Collection

R. H. B. Hammond-Chambers served on the H.M.S. Royal Arthur, H.M.S. Plyades, H.M.S. Blake, and H.M.S. Duke of Wellington in the region of Australia and New Zealand in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He kept these logbooks, dated...

 
Hamner (Viola F.) collection on Moreno Valley, California

This collection contains newspapers and other material regarding the early history of the Inland Empire, specifically Moreno Valley, California collected by Viola F. Hamner, a local resident and author of .

 
Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute printed program, circa 1873

Printed program, ca. 1873, "Slave Songs of the South, by the Hampton Colored Students," including note that Hampton [located in Hampton, Virginia] is "Devoted to the preparation of Colored Teachers for the Colored Race and to Industrial Education" and that...

 
Hamrets'kyi (IUrii Markoych) papers

Writings, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to Ukrainian and Soviet history, and especially to the Russian Revolution in Ukraine.

 
Han (Yu-shan) Collection

Yu-shan Han (1899-1983) taught at the History Department, UCLA (1941 to 1966). The collection consists of 24 histories of academies in China published between 1684-1910, a printed text of the (1798), a set of original woodblocks for the, imperial examination...

 
Hanauer (Peter) Correspondence

Collection includes correspondence, publications of nonsmokers' rights groups, press clippings, campaign literature, legal briefs, and audio cassette tapes....

 
Hancock County records, [ca. 1829-1885]

County records, with a few private account books. Names of prominent Mormons and Anti-Mormons recur. v. 1-7: records of the county treasurer, 1829-1884, consisting of receipts and allowances, county orders, receipts for redemption of lands sold for taxes, for copies...

 
Hand Bookbinders of California. Photographs from the Hand Bookbinders of California records [graphic].

Includes photographs depicting members and/or affiliates of the Hand Bookbinders of California and gatherings, exhibits, demonstrations and other events associated with the organization. Identified locations include San Francisco Public Library and the Getty Center. Also includes photographs and a listing...

 
Hand Bookbinders of California records, 1972-2002.

Contains articles of incorporation, bylaws, minutes of the founding meeting, general correspondence, treasurer's reports, minutes of board and general membership meetings, and newsletters. Also includes committee files, including newsletter, nominating, program, exhibition, and membership, as well as publicity files and...

 
The hand bookbinding tradition in the San Francisco Bay Area : oral history transcript / and related material, 1980-1982.

Interviews with Leah Wollenberg, Stella Patri, Duncan Olmsted, Stephen G. Herrick and Barbara F. Hiller. Information about their careers as bookbinders and book restorers and about their teachers, particularly Belle McMurtry Young and Edna Peter Fahey; opinions about bookbinding and...

 
Hand (E. R.) collection

Sixteen artifacts from the Philippines, including knives, spears, and a gong.

 
"Handbook of Old Santa Fe", 1939

Printed pamphlet. .02 linear feet (1 folder).

 
Hand-Colored photograph album of mission-style home, circa 1920

Photo album containing 26 (2 detached) hand-colored photographs 3?x5?" or 6x4 of Mission style home; circa 1920, southern California (Santa Barbara?). Ink stamp of the Brock-Higgins Studio of Santa Barbara on back of photos.

 
Hands Loan Company (Stockton, Calif.) Records

The 75 items in this collection consist of insurance policies, correspondence, receipts and other business and legal papers relating to the Hands Loan Co. pawnshop in Stockton, Calif. (1922-1938)....

 
Haney (Randall Clay) Papers

Correspondence, photographs, a journal, and incomplete manuscripts and typescripts of theatrical works by aspiring playwright Randall Clay Haney (born 1942).

 
Hanford (Edwin T.) papers

Correspondence and printed matter, relating to activities of the American Protective League, a private patriotic organization concerned with subversive activities in the United States during World War I.

 
Hang Far Low Restaurant menus, 1934-1936.

Hang Far Low Company had a Chinese resturant in China Town, San Francisco, Calif., in the first half of the twentieth century.

 
Haniel Long letter, 1951 September 8

One letter (ALS) to Miss [?] Langdale thanking her for pictures. Santa Fe, 8 Sept. 1951. Laid in The Grist Mill (Printers Z239 R9 L6). Alpha list.

 
Hanke (Lewis) Papers

Lewis Ulysses Hanke (b.1905) was a Latin American historian. He taught at the University of Hawaii (1926-27), University of Beirut (1927-30), Harvard University (1934-39), University of Texas (1951-1961), Columbia University (1961-67), UC Irvine (1967-69), and the University of Massachusetts (1969-75)....

 
Hankou miscellaneous records

Relates to the confiscation of Japanese properties by the Chinese Nationalist government, and to the administration of Hankou under the Kuomintang during the Chinese Nationalist government.

 
Hanley (Paul T.) Papers

Letters, pamphlets and unpublished manuscripts collected by Dr. Hanley to support his doctoral research on the Inter-American Defense Board. Includes letters with former Board chiefs and others connected with the Board....

 
Hanlin (Elizabeth P.) Collection

Elizabeth Alice Preston Hanlin was born in Roseville in 1912 to Chester H. and Mabel Beal Preston. Chester was born in March 1881 in Pennsylvania, where he lived until he moved to California to work as a brakeman for...

 
Hanna (G. Dallas) Papers

The collection is composed of G. Dallas Hanna's correspondence, photographs, and research papers. There is a significant amount of materials pertraining to Hanna's work in Alaska with a some focus on the 1964 Alaska earthquake. Other focus areas include malacology,...

Hanna House Board of Governors Meeting Minutes

Meeting minutes of the board of governors.

Hanna House Collection

Correspondence, blueprints, drawings, photographs, and other records relating to the planning, design and construction of the campus home of Professor and Mrs. Paul R. Hanna.

Hanna House Reconstruction Collection

This collection contains documents pertaining to the reconstruction of Hanna House following the 1989 earthquake. Included are the full report from Rutherford & Chekene, consulting engineers, on the wall testing program, 1998; repair proposal and construction schedule, 1995; Hanna House...

 
Hanna (Paul Lamont) correspondence

Relates to the attitude of the British government toward the creation of a Jewish state in Palestine in 1917.

 
Hanna (Paul Robert) Papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, memoranda, reports, printed matter, and photographs, of the American educator and director of the Stanford International Development Education Center from 1963-1968. Materials relate to education in the United States, the Philippines, and developing countries in general.

 
Hanna (Paul Robert) Papers

Includes correspondence and notes concerning Stanford and the School of Education, Stanford Research Institute, the Jacks family fund, and other related issues.

 
Hanna (Phil T.) Papers

Phil Townsend Hanna (1896- ) worked for the , and the Los Angeles Bureau of the Associated Press, was the editor of , and secretary of the Wine and Food Society. He also wrote many books. The collection consists of...

 
Hanna (Richard) Papers

Richard Thomas Hanna, a Democrat, was elected to the California State Assembly in a special election in June of 1956. He served through 1962 when he was elected to the United States House of Representatives.

 
Hannaford (Peter) Papers

Writings, correspondence, memoranda, printed matter, and photographs relating to the political career of Ronald Reagan as governor of California and as presidential candidate in 1976 and 1980. Includes drafts of the book by Peter Hannaford, (New York, 1983), and research...

 
Hannah More holograph poems, 1975 August 4

Two holograph poems on one leaf, "Search after Happiness" and "Solitude," Aug. 4, 1795. Gift of Pearl Chase. Alpha list.

 
Hannah More letter, 1826 February 14

(1745-1833). One letter (ALS) from English religious writer and philanthropist Hannah More (or Moore) to a Miss Leeves, 17 February 1826, re health, religious and other personal matters; also one engraving, a portrait of Moore, n.d. Alpha list.

 
Hannibal ( Lester) Papers.

Lester Hannibal was considered one of the foremost plant breeders in the country. The collection contains correspondence, articles, catalogs, notes, photographs, reports, and slides.

 
Hannon (Joanie) Papers

Notes, articles, photographs, and photo/ink collages documenting the career of nightclub owner and musician, Joanie Hannon. Hannon was owner or co-owner of lesbian- and gay-friendly bars and nightclubs in California beginning in the 1950s. Hannon was also an accomplished drummer...

 
Hanover College collection

Pamphlets relating to national socialism in Germany, Nazi persecution of Jews, Jewish-Arab conflict regarding Palestine, Japanese participation in World War II, the Korean War, foundation of the Irish state, and other issues. Collected by Hanover College Library.

 
Hanquet (Emmanuel) miscellaneous papers

Reports and agreements, relating to relief work and communist influence in the Border Region of China. Photocopy.

 
Hans Arons papers

The Hans Arons collection is comprised of photographs depiciting his life and activities in the Jewish ghetto in Shanghai, China from 1939-1945, as well his refugee and identification documents from Shanghai.

 
Hans Christian Andersen awards for 1992 collection, 1992.

Submissions for the 1992 Hans Christian Anderson award, including biographies, bibliographies, reviews, and samples of each author's or illustrator's work. Also includes some original manuscripts and one cassette tape of Maria Elena Walsh singing her own poems, which was submitted...

 
Hans Esberg correspondence

This collection comprises correspondence to Dr. Hans Esberg from Max Cohn about his experiences surviving refugee camps and concentration camp. Also included is a letter written to Dr. Esberg by the wife of a GI dated May 5, 1945. The...

 
Hans Henry Buhne miscellaneous papers : ms., 1865-1897.

Selected items from accounts, legal papers, etc., concerning shipping, lumber, railroad and mining interests in the Humboldt Bay area, of H.H. Buhne and D.R. Jones, associates of John Kentfield & Co., San Francisco.

 
Hans Lewy sound recordings [sound recording]

Tape 1: Lewy interviewed by Bill Wolf, 1986; tapes 2-3: honorary doctorate ceremony, Bonn, 1986; tapes 4-7: Hans Lewy memorial service, November 4, 1988.

 
Hanscom photograph collection

The Hanscom photograph collection, circa 1880-1910, bulk 1889-1895, (SAFR 19542, P79-064a) is mainly comprised of photographs of Union Iron Works, San Francisco, California, showing shipyard activities, vessels, and stationary engines. The collection has been processed to the File Unit level...

 
Hanscom (William Wallace) papers

The William Wallace Hanscom papers ([SAFR 16121], [HDC 131]) consists largely of scrapbooks and notebooks, but also includes some trade catalogs and oversize naval architecture and marine engineering plans. The research strength is largely in the area of technical aspects...

 
Hansell (Dean) Papers

The papers document Dean Hansell's involvement with the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation of Los Angeles (GLAAD/LA), the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center, and LGBT discrimination dealings with the American Bar Association, Boy Scouts of America, California Proposition 8,...

 
Hansen (Alfred J.) / Veterans of World War I Collection

Records of the Veterans of World War I, District 7, which included Santa Barbara and surrounding areas. Hansen was a district commander at one point, and also was active in the local unit.

 
Hansen (Hugh G.) Papers

This collection is composed primarily of research files compiled for Hansen's study of federal-state relations in the Central Valley, which resulted in his dissertation, (also published by the as Volume 13, no. 6, of the Committee's reports). Includes extensive interview...

 
Hansen (Joseph) Papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, notes, minutes, reports, internal bulletins, resolutions, theses, printed matter, sound recording, and photographs, relating to Leon Trotsky, activities of the Socialist Workers Party in the United States, and activities of the Fourth International in Latin America,...

 
Hansen (Kenneth R.) papers

The papers contain speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, and printed matter related to the economic development of developing countries, technology transfer to developing countries, and American trade with and investment in developing countries. Some materials relate to American...

Hansen (William Webster) Papers

Hansen's professional and research papers include correspondence, manuscripts, research notebooks, lecture notes, unpublished studies and notes on various experiments and scientific developments such as radar, the rhumbatron, the klystron, radiation and microwave mechanics. Also included are Hansen's account of the...

Hansen (William Webster) Papers

This collection consists primarily of W. W. Hansen's correspondence with professional colleagues (1934-1949, Boxes 1-3), although some letters of a more personal nature are also included. These letters were in no particular order when acquired by the Archives. They have...

 
Hanser (Richard) papers

Television scripts, other writings, correspondence, notes, printed matter, and other research materials, relating to a wide variety of episodes in American and world history, including the 1923 putsch by Adolf Hitler, anti-Nazi resistance by students at the Universität München during...

 
Hanson (A. E.) papers

The A. E. Hanson papers span 8 linear feet and date from circa 1924 to circa 1986. The collection consists primarily of black-and-white photographs of Hanson’s landscape designs, organized by project; and Hanson’s travel photographs, organized by location, loose in...

 
Hanson (Joseph Mills) stereoscopic set

Stereoscope, ca. 130 stereographs, and guidebook, depicting scenes from World War I.

 
Hansot (William) papers

Diary, correspondence, orders, identification documents, clippings, printed matter, and photographs, relating primarily to Allied military operations in France during World War II up to the evacuation from Dunkerque.

 
Hanssen (Hans Peter) typescript

Relates to political conditions in Germany during World War I, 1914-1918. Originally published as Fra Krigstiden (Copenhagen, 1925). Translated by Oscar Osburn Winther; edited by Ralph H. Lutz, Mary Schofield, and O. O. Winther; published in Bloomington by Indiana University...

 
Hanya Holm archives [videorecording]

Selection of outtakes from: Hanya, portrait of a pioneer, which was shown on PBS in 1985....

 
Hanzlik (Paul J.) Papers

Includes correspondence, drafts, printed versions of (San Francisco : Dept. Public Health, 1936), ed. by Hanzlik....

 
Happe (Kurt Gustav) memoir

Relates to Chinese communist forces during World War II. Includes biographical data and photographs. Photocopy.

 
Happy Valley School Collection

This collection contains materials relating to the history of Happy Valley School and it's surrounding community.

 
Harald Norlin Johnson papers, circa 1932-1985.

Personal and professional papers. Rockefeller Foundation workbooks, photos, correspondence, lab notebooks, record cards of diseases and experiments, articles, pamphlets, and reprints.

 
Harary (Isaac) Papers

Isaac Harary (1923- ) was born in New York City, New York. He was an assistant clinical professor of physiological chemistry (1955-1961), associate professor of physiological chemistry and nuclear medicine (1961-65) and professor of biological chemistry (1965-87) in the UCLA...

 
Harbison (John S.) Papers

John S. Harbison (1826-1912) was one of the first beekeepers to import bees into California and was an inventor of innovative beehives and new methods of rearing queen bees. He authored (1860) and (1861). His papers contain daybooks documenting Harbison's...

 
Harbor Commissioners Board for San Francisco Harbor Records

The records of the Board of State Harbor Commissioners for San Francisco Harbor and its predecessor, the Board of State Harbor Commissioners, document California's efforts to manage the port of San Francisco. This record group contains 81.5 cubic feet of...

 
Harbor Day School Board of Trustee Records

This collection comprises agendas, fundraising materials, and ephemera documenting the activities of the Harbor Day School Board of Trustees from 1972 to 1978. This collection was assembled by Eloise Kloke, a member of the Harbor Day School Board of Trustees.

 
Harbors of California [graphic].

Educational photographs depicting various aspects of the shipping industry as documented in several California harbor areas, including San Diego Bay, Los Angeles, San Francisco, the Port of Oakland and the Oakland Estuary, Stockton, the Sacramento River, Humboldt Bay and the...

 
Harcleroad (Fred) Papers

The Fred Harcleroad Papers are a collection of documents created and received by Harcleroad slightly prior to, during, and after his time as President of the University.

 
Hard (William) radio broadcast transcript

Relates to the Kellogg-Briand Pact and American intervention in Latin America.

 
Hardeman (Nicholas) Papers

Papers (1959-1992) of Nicholas Hardeman, professor and academic senator at Long Beach State relating to various faculty and administration controversies.

 
Harden Family collection, circa 1852-1874

Correspondence of a Savannah, Georgia family, much of it Civil War era to and from Edward J. Harden and his son, William Harden, ca. 1852-1874.

 
Hardgrove (Carol) Papers

Ms. Hardgrove's papers include correspondence, student papers, published and unpublished manuscripts, photographs, slides, audio and video tapes and secondary materials on her subjects of interest....

 
Hardie, James Allen Letter to Joseph L. Folsom : San Francisco : ALS, 1848 May 17.

Written as Major, 1st New York Regiment, Commanding Northern Military District of California. Appointing and directing Folsom and Charles Meyer to take charge of affairs and property of W.A. Leidesdorff in the event the latter's illness should prove fatal. With...

 
Hardie (Martin) Correspondence

Martin Hardie (1875-1952) studied etching with Sir Frank Short of the Royal College of Art, and exhibited his own etchings and water colors at the Royal Academy by 1908. He wrote many books, including (1906), (1921), and a three-volume history...

 
Hardin (Charles M.) Papers

Charles M. Hardin served as Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Davis from 1965-1976. The collection contains correspondence related to research, published and unpublished, dealing with the U.S. Constitution and constitutional reform politics. Also included are general...

 
Hardin (Garrett) Papers

Comprised of 84 document boxes of Human Ecology Professor Garrett Hardin. Includes biographic and bibliographic information, correspondence, extensive subject files used in his writing, UCSB teaching files, drafts of articles and manuscripts, and photographs. Highlights include files related to his...

 
Hardin (Robert S.) Diaries

Summary: Two diaries, one depicting Hardin's journey to California by way of New Orleans and Mexico in 1849, the other is for the year 1852....

 
Harding (Sidney T.) Papers

Correspondence; technical reports on various aspects of irrigation; reports and surveys of specific irrigation projects throughout California, and in Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, and North Dakota; and miscellaneous material relating to water costs and requirements, water rights, groundwater and surface...

 
Hardman (Paul D.) Papers

This collection documents the political and professional life of activist Paul D. Hardman. It includes correspondence, research notes for Hardman’s book "Homoaffectionalism: Male Bonding from Gilgamesh to the Present," materials relating to the Alexander Hamilton Post of the American Legion,...

 
Hardt (Fred B.) letters

Letters to F. B. Hardt from various Italian correspondents, relating to political events and public opinion in Italy during the period of its neutrality in World War I.

 
Hardy (Edward Lawyer) Memorial Collection

The collection consists of correspondence, office files, and other records from Dr. Hardy's tenure as San Diego State College President....

 
Hardy (George) Papers

Consists of a selection of George Hardy's papers, including personal files, correspondence, clippings, materials relating to the George Scalise case of the 1930s, a biography titled "So Much to be Done: George Hardy's Life in Organized Labor," and an oversized...

 
Hardy (George) Photograph Collection No. 14

This collection offers visual images of the career of George Hardy. It includes many union activities such as conventions and strikes. George Hardy is the central figure in most images....

 
Hardy (Irene) Papers

These papers include two letters to David Starr Jordan, 1920-21; manuscript, typescript and published versions of Hardy?s poems, 1901-24; her unpublished autobiography ?A Pioneer Childhood and Afterwards? (531 p.); and one notebook containing ?papers from the classes of Miss Irene...

 
Hardy, Kevin Richard Papers, 1989-1992, bulk 1990-1992

The accession includes correspondence, notes, memoranda, photographs, video tape recordings, newspaper articles, references, financial records and other material documenting the Scripps Ocean Technology Forum Human Powered Submarine Team and the design, testing and construction of SubDUDE, the participation of SubDUDE...

 
Hardy (William H.) Manuscript Collection

This is a collection of manuscripts by Captain W. H. Hardy regarding his life and experiences in Arizona from 1867-1887. Some were printed in the newspaper between 1887 and 1889. These are typed manuscripts and copies, all of which are...

Hare (Alice I.) Photograph Collection

The Hare collection contains 575 silver gelatin prints, taken by Mrs. Hare circa 1900-1910. Most of the photographs were taken in and around the Santa Clara Valley region of Northern California, especially in the vicinities of Santa Clara and San...

 
Harer (Asher) Papers

Files from Harer's involvement with the International Longshore and Warehouse Union; clippings on the Vietnam War and North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA); also contains audiocassettes and reel-to-reel tapes.

 
Harlan (Charles) Papers

This collection consists of entirely music scores. They are ozalid reproductions of his manuscripts of two compositions: , and Overture for Orchestra with orchestral parts for both....

 
Harlan Ellison letter, 1984 March 13

(1934- ). One letter (TLS) to Reverend and Mrs. F. W. Britton re American writer Ellison's disappointment with his screenplay for Joe Levine's production of The Oscar. Sherman Oaks, California, 13 March 1984. Purchase, Maurice F. Neville, $125, Friends funds

 
Harlan (George H.) photograph collection

The George H. Harlan photograph collection, 1851-1990, bulk circa 1890-1958, (SAFR 23844, P96-033) is comprised mainly of photographs of ferries in the San Francisco Bay Area, California. Many of the photographs were published in George H. Harlan's book "San Francisco...

 
Harlan, James A. Papers relating to mining property in Colorado, 1864-1865.

Letters to Alfred E. Tilton, deeds, and abstracts of title, mainly for land in Mosquito District, Park Co., Colorado.

Harlan (Richard) Photographs and Ephemera

Collection contains slides of Stanford football, including the Rose Bowl of 1952, and Stanford swimmers; and photographs of Memorial Church, Lake Lagunita, Quad images, sports, and portraits of female students, some of which were used in the 1952 QUAD. There...

 
Harland, Hester Lambert. Papers relating to women's suffrage in California, 1888-1911.

Includes letters from Charles F. Aked, William F. Badè, John G. Brooks, California Equal Suffrage Association, May L. Cheney, Albert H. Elliot, Thomas E. Hayden, William S. Morgan, Thomas H. Reed, Anna Scott, J. Stitt Wilson, August Vollmer, Helen M....

 
 
Harley C. Stevens papers, 1950-1951.

Reports, clippings and mimeographed material concerning the University of California loyalty oath controversy.

Harlow (Bryce N.) Papers, White House Central Files, 1968-1969

Bryce N. Harlow served as Assistant to the President and Counselor to the President. The materials cover the period from November 1968 to January 1969 when Mr. Harlow served as the Assistant to the President with Responsibility for Congressional Relations...

 
Harlow (Rex Francis), "Years of Challenge" Autiobiography Material

This autobiography details his life as public relations executive and consultant as well as salesman, business executive, educator, researcher, lecturer, and author. Several chapters deal with his teaching career at Stanford and the Stanford Public Relations Institute. The collection also...

 
Harman (Bob) drawings

The Bob Harman drawings span the years 1970-1997 and encompass 6.7 linear feet. The collection contains more than 200 drawings, about half in pencil and half in pen and ink. Those that are dated fall between 1970 and 1997. All...

 
Harman (Sidney) papers

Framed letters, diplomas, and plaques; miscellaneous papers from Harman's tenure at USC.

 
Harmer (Alexander F.) (1856-1925) Collection of Southwest Indian Photographs, ca. 1880-1900

Photos collected by western artist Harmer, mostly of Southwest Indians, but also of the U.S. Army, Mexico, and Dakota Indians.

 
Harmin (Merrill) and Raths (Louis E.) Collection

Letters and memorabilia of Louis E. Raths as collected by Dr. Merril Harmin.

 
Harmon (Al) postcard collection

This collection consists of 5 postcards primarily of scenes along the San Francisco (Calif.) waterfront and with a single card of the GJOA on display in Golden Gate Park.

 
Harmon (Arthur C.) papers

The Arthur C. Harmon papers are contained within the Tuskegee Airmen Archive. This archive consists of material related to those individuals who served at Tuskegee Army Air Field, and its predecessors, as well as material pertaining to Tuskegee Airmen, Inc.,...

 
Harmon Bell papers, 1852-1979.

The papers include legal documents, correspondence, newsclippings, maps, reports, subject files, and theater and movie programs from Oakland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York.

 
Harmon (James and Edith) Environmental Collection

The documents James and Edie Harmon's grassroots environmental work in opposition to numerous landfills, mines, and waste projects in the late 1980s and 1990s.  The collection dates from 1973 to 1998, and includes environmental impact reports, correspondences, newspaper clippings, litigation...

 
Harmon (John B.) Papers

John B. Harmon (1822-1897) practiced law in Sacramento and Virginia City, Nevada. In 1864, he moved to San Francisco where he was associated with P.G. Galpin, Moriss M. Estee and D.P. Belknap. The collection consists of correspondence and legal papers...

 
Harmon Pacific General Contractors Collection

Negatives. Construction projects in Southern California, mostly public buildings. Interiors of Union Station. Prints have been produced of some of these images (Hancock Oil, Shell and Richfield service stations). ca. 1930s

 
Harmon Pritchard Papers

Harmon Pritchard Collection includes samples of his artwork, illustrations, and personal papers.

 
Harmony Grove Church (Lockeford, Calif.) Restoration Papers

The Harmony Grove Church Restoration Papers consist of correspondence, reports, clippings, architect's drawings and unpublished histories pertaining to the restoration of the Harmony Grove Church, Lockeford, Calif. (1967-1996)....

 
Harms (Meint) letter

Relates to historical and economic theory.

 
Harold A. Parker Studio Collection of Lantern Slides and Transparencies

The Harold A. Parker Studio Collection of Lantern Slides and Transparencies consists of 96 hand-colored lantern slides and autochrome lantern slides, and 52 color transparencies, ca. 1900-1930, depicting, for the most part, unidentified houses, landscapes, plants and gardens in and...

Harold A. Parker Studio Collection of Negatives

The Harold A. Parker Studio Collection of Negatives consists of 5157 glass plate negatives, film negatives, and panoramic negatives, 1889-1949, that depict commercial, residential and landscape sites in and around Pasadena and Southern California. The images provide a look at...

 
Harold C. Bradley Sierra Club papers, 1911-1969.

Papers relating to Harold C. Bradley's involvement in the Sierra Club.

 
Harold C. Holmes collection of signed notes and signatures, circa 1780-1880.

Contains four signed notes and three paper fragments with signatures of notable persons in history, science, and literature. Items include a portion of a printed title page of a published letter written by Alexander Hamilton, annotated and initialed by "A.H."...

 
Harold Child Bryant notes, [ca. 1910-1919?].

Concerning the geographical distribution of antelope, bighorn sheep and elk in California.

 
Harold E. Jones and Mary C. Jones, partners in longitudinal studies : transcript, 1981-1982.

Interviews conducted 1981-1982 by Suzanne B. Riess for Regional Oral History Office, Bancroft Library. Introductions by Ernest R. Hilgard and R. Nevitt Sanford. Copies of photographs inserted. Comments on their careers in child development and growth studies, particularly at the...

 
Harold E. Jones papers, 1916-1960.

Collection consists primarily of writings by Jones. Also contains biographical information about Harold E. Jones, correspondence, course notes, news clippings, a small number of photographs (some of Jones), radio transcripts for child development programs, and speeches.

 
Harold Edelstein papers, 1941-1983.

Minutes; financial reports; and correspondence relating to the Berkeley War Council (1943-1949). Materials about the Council include items relating to child care; consumer interests; housing; education; nutrition, medical care, and health; and community centers.

 
Harold Hancock Taintor document, 1912 July 30

One document: Appointment as second lieutenant, by President William H. Taft, 30 July 1912. [Oversize boxed]. Poss. entry in accession log, 1/24/85.

 
Harold J. O'Banion and Emory O'Banion papers, 1946-1951.

Contains documents concerning government surplus property for veterans, irrigation agreements with San Joaquin Canal Company, U.S. Department of Agriculture national wheat acreage allotment for Fresno County, California, and correspondence with Miller & Lux concerning cotton production.

 
Harold Joyce Noble papers, circa 1930-1947.

Contains notes made in preparation for Noble's doctoral dissertation, documents relating to the Pearl Harbor inquiry, ca. 1944-1945, and correspondence concerning the American Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, 1946-1946 and the American China Policy Association, 1942-1947.

 
Harold King Palmer letters to family, 1903-1905.

Describe voyage to Chile by boat, with stopovers in Guatemala, Panama and Peru, and his experiences as a member of the University of California expedition in Santiago, Chile, in building and manning the San Cristóbal observatory there.

 
Harold L. Willson papers, 1949-1994 (bulk 1960-1980).

The Harold L. Willson papers document Willson's unstinting efforts to make public transportation accessible for people at all mobility levels. Willson's primary legacy is the removal of architectural barriers on Bay Area public transportation; copious correspondence with BART officials, as...

 
Harold Lauderbach military commissions and certificates, 1904-1916.

Part of a collection of certificates, diplomas, and similar documents, primarily from California.

 
Harold Lloyd collection of home movies, 1926-1971, (bulk 1926-1932).

This collection of home movies primarily documents the early years of the Lloyd children and life at the family's Irving Street home located in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Hancock Park (where the family lived until 1929), and Greenacres estate...

 
Harold Norse papers, circa 1938-2001

Correspondence, notebooks, diaries, posters, pictures, drafts of poems, short stories, and newspaper and magazine articles.

 
Harold S. Chase oral history, 1975

Re Harold S. Chase, his coming to SB, Hope Ranch development, role in public affairs, including earthquake and depression relief, fundraising for Cottage Hospital, wildlife conservation, , and family life. Interviewer: Ronald L. Nye, 4/26/75-5/15/75 Interviewee(s): Mrs. C. H. Cannon...

 
Harold Stassen letter, 1947-1950

One letter (TLS) from perennial presidential candidate Harold Stassen to Theodore Bailey re Stassen's communication with Premier Stalin, together with related address, statement, and transcript , 1947-1950. Alpha list.

 
Harper (Edwin L.) Papers, White House Central Files, 1970-1973

Edwin L. Harper served as a Special Assistant for Domestic Affairs to the President and as Assistant Director of the Domestic Council. Harper assisted in the area of research, planning, and coordination of domestic policy. These policies included: budget issues,...

 
Harper (Edwin L.) Papers, White House Special Files, 1970-1973

Dr. Edwin Harper served as a Special Assistant to the President and as Assistant Director of the Domestic Council. The Harper Special Files include information on revenue sharing and Presidential appearances.

 
Harper (F. A.) papers

The F. A. Harper papers include correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, clippings, sound recordings, and printed matter relating to laissez-faire economic and political theory, economic conditions, and governmental economic policy in the United States.

 
Harper (Joseph Howard) papers

Photographs, clippings, memorabilia, and personnel records, relating to post-World War II American military activities, especially in the Philippines.

 
Harper (Lawrence A.) Papers

Photostats, microfilm, and research notes relating to commercial shipping in the British Colonial ports of North America.

 
Harper Theatre Scrapbook Collection

Harper Theatre Scrapbook Collection is a theater scrapbook of actors circa 1890

 
Harper (Tro) Photographs of Stanford Student Life

Collection largely consists of negatives 1935-37, a few contemporary prints, and contact sheets from selected negative rolls made in 1988. Subjects include rehearsals for student plays, parties and excursions, Prof. Thomas Bailey in class, exams, 1936 graduation, campus scenes, and...

 
Harper's Ferry, Fort Sumter, Shenandoah - Civil War Era Engravings, 1861 August 1

Valley, and U.S. Frigate St. Larence Sinking the Privateer "Petrel", Aug. 1, 1861.

 
Harper's weekly illustrations about hospitals, nurses, vaccination and other medical topics, 1857-1871.

Tearsheets (13 x 12 cm to 39 x 56 cm) from issues of Harper's weekly, 1857-1871, illustrating medical topics, practitioners, places and events.

 
Harper's-De Voto Correspondence

Letters between Harper's Magazine and Bernard A. DeVoto(1948-1955) concerning his column, "Easy Chair." Also includes typescript copies of letters from Harper's to senders of letters of condolence and letters to and from Harper's concerning DeVoto....

 
Harr Wagner correspondence, 1899-1903.

Include letters from Julian Hawthorne, Madge Morris Wagner, Granville Stanley Hall, and Benjamin Ide Wheeler.

 
Harr Wagner miscellany, 1929-1936.

Contains scrapbook of clippings, mostly concerning Wagner's book, Joaquin Miller and His Other Self, and his relationship with Miller. Also includes biographical material about Wagner, as well as references to the Harr Wagner Publishing Company. In addition, copies of the...

 
Harrell family correspondence, 1912-1913.

Letters to James Harrell from Jonas O. Johnson in Idaho and letter from Martha Harrell to Hollis Harrell.

 
Harrell (John and Mary) Collection

This collection includes personal papers, working production files, photographs, slides, audio tapes, tapestries, drawings, oil paintings, watercolor paintings

 
Harrell (Thomas W.) miscellaneous papers

Reports, memoranda, minutes of meetings, tests, manuals for tests, and a photograph, relating to the development and administration of an Army General Classification Test to help select American soldiers for officer training and specialty training during World War II, and...

 
Harriet Ashim Choynski recollections and family history, 1917.

Three-page typescript letter sent from Harriett Ashim Choynski to a Mrs. Neumann in 1917 describing the history of the Ashim family in San Francisco. The letter describes the arrival of California pioneer Morris B. Ashim in San Francisco in 1850,...

 
Harriet Beecher Stowe autograph, circa 1882

One envelope addressed to Lili E. Stephens of Princeton, Illinois, with later ink notation "Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe's autograph." Envelope is stamped Mandarin, Florida, where the Stowes maintained a winter residence. Removed from Montgomery Collection (Wyles Mss 9). Alpha list.

 
Harriet Beecher Stowe letter, 1880 January 11

One letter (ALS), signed H. B. Stowe, to an unnamed friend, offering best wishes for the New Year. Mandarin, Florida, 11 January 1880. Alpha list.

 
Harriet Beecher Stowe note, undated

One note (ANS), signed H. B. Stowe, reflecting upon the death of Uncle Tom, from chapter 41 of Uncle Tom's Cabin, n.d. Found in CDCC. [Laid in Pearl Chase's copy of U T C?]. Tattle-taped. Alpha list.

 
Harriet G. Eddy papers, 1918-1967.

This collection consists of the personal and professional papers of Harriet G. Eddy. It is organized into the following series: Personal, Travel, Professional, Correspondence and Audiovisual.

 
Harriet Martineau letters, 1832-1866.

Cotains 4 letters by Harriet Martineau. The first letter dated October 20, 1832, discusses a tale from her book on economics, "Illustrations of Political Economy." The second letter, circa 1844, regards a series of "shilling volumes" about to be issued...

 
Harriman (W. A.) and Company agreement

Agreement between the Tchitouri Manganese Exporting Society (Tchemo) and W. A. Harriman and Company. Relates to mining rights in Georgia (Transcaucasia)

 
Harrington (Curtis) papers

The Curtis Harrington papers span the years 1875-2008 (bulk 1945-2006) and encompass 30 linear feet. There are scripts, correspondence, clippings, reviews, and production material for Harrington? experimental films from the 1940s through mid-1950s, work he did as Jerry Wald? assistant...

Harrington (George) Photograph Albums and Papers

The major part of this collection is two albums of photographs from Harrington's work and travels in Bolivia and Argentina, 1921-1926 and undated. Images include villages, local people, trekking on mountain trails and by river boat, geologic formations, other geologists,...

 
Harrington (John Peabody) Collection

John Peabody Harrington (1884-1961) was a linguist and ethnologist. His career spanned over forty years, dedicating his research to studying Native American languages and cultures across the western United States. Collection includes notes created by John Peabody Harrington during the...

 
Harrington, Karl Pomeroy Letter to George R. Potter(?) : Middletown, Conn., 1935 Jan. 13.

Regarding provenance of 1478 incunabula, Jacob Pflaum's Kalendarium.

 
Harrington (M. R.) Papers

Mark Raymond Harrington (born 1882 July 6, died 1971 June 30), noted anthropologist and archaeologist, was curator of archaeology at the Southwest Museum from 1928 to 1964 and discoverer of ancient Pueblo structures near Overton, Nevada and Little Lake, California....

 
Harrington Wheeler vaudeville scrapbook, 1906

Fifty pages of clippings and programs owned by and about theater actor and manager Harrington Wheeler of Lancaster, PA, and later, Wilimington, DE.

 
Harris (Ann) correspondence

This collection is primarily composed of autograph letters and drafts written by Ann Harris and Richard Chandler between October 1804 and September 1807. The bulk of the material is finished letters written from Harris to Chandler. Material attributed to Chandler...

 
Harris (Charlotte) Papers

The Charlotte Harris Papers include photographs, postcards, church programs, and awards related to the activities of the Harris and Fletcher families. The bulk of the collection is photographs of family and friends of Charlotte Harris in Seattle, Washington and Berkeley,...

 
Harris Charlton Dod papers, [ca. 1906-1910]

Notebooks, clippings, etc., relating to his studies in engineering at the University of California, as member of the class of 1910. 1 folder of letters, mainly from his mother, and a charred shoe from the San Francisco earthquake and fire...

 
Harris (Christina Phelps) papers

Writings, correspondence, lecture notes, printed matter, and photographs, relating to political conditions in the twentieth-century Middle East, European intellectual history, and political science.

 
Harris Co. statements, 1909-1911.

For a yardage and clothing store.

 
Harris (David), "On History: Writing and Research" Typescript

Unpublished typescript draft, given to Stanford professor Gordon Wright following Harris' death for editing; annotated by Wright....

 
Harris (David) Papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, research notes, newsletters, lists, and printed matter, relating to Emperor Napoleon I of France, the Balkan crisis of 1875-1878, international affairs in Europe during the interwar period, and reconstruction of Germany and Austria following World...

 
Harris (Donald B.) Spiratron Papers

Notebooks, patent invention disclosure files, patent photographs, and other assorted papers related to Donald B. Harris's work on the Spiratron tube at General Electric Company.

 
Harris (Elihu) Papers

The Elihu Harris Papers consist of 19 cubic feet of records reflecting Harris's activities during his Assembly career. The collection contains Bill Files, 1979-1990; Subject Files, 1979-1990; Joint Legislative Audit Committee (JLAC) Files, 1988-1990; Photographs, 1979-1990; Audiovisual Materials, 1979-1990; and...

 
Harris (Elizabeth J.) Collection, ca. 1940s

Scrapbook with photos and memorabilia from World War II, belonging to Elizabeth J. Harris, one of the first women in the U.S. Marine Corps.

 
Harris (Ellen S.) papers

The Ellen Stern Harris papers document the efforts and accomplishments of a California environmental activist whose concerns ranged from protecting the California coastline to cleaning up campaign finances. Harris established herself as a leading activist through exhaustive correspondence, editorials, committee...

 
Harris (Erna P.) Papers

Erna P. Harris Papers consists of photographs of family and friends of Erna P. Harris, Gaynelle Harris’ certificates attending school in Enid, Oklahoma, and assorted printed material.

 
Harris (Ernest L.) Papers

Reports, memoranda, and correspondence, relating to the Russian Civil War in Siberia, the Czechoslovak Legion, political and economic conditions in Siberia, and American policy in Siberia.

 
Harris (Frank) Collection

This finding aid describes the Clark Library's collection of material created by and related to Frank Harris, and includes correspondence, manuscripts, news clippings, typescripts and proofs.

 
Harris, George, 1809-1890. Letters concerning George Harris' "A philosophical treatise on the nature and constitution of man", 1873-1877.

During 1874-1876, George Harris solicited comments and suggestions from many eminent philosophers, theologians and naturalists concerning the ideas and language of his planned treatise on the nature of man. This collection includes approximately 150 original manuscript letters sent him in...

 
Harris, George. +Philosophical Treatise on the Nature and Constitution of Man+: letters

George Harris (1809-1890) was a barister and judge with strong interests in anthropology and psychology. During 1874-1876, George Harris solicited comments and suggestions from many eminent philosophers, theologians and naturalists concerning the ideas and language of his planned treatise on...

 
Harris (Gladys Knight) Papers

The Gladys Knight Harris Papers document Harris's personal interest in domestic science, household affairs, child rearing, or what could be characterized as "women's work" in a harsh, unspoiled environment.

 
Harris (Gladys) photograph collection

Depicts the headquarters of the American Expeditionary Forces in Siberia, and officers of the Japanese and Czechoslovak forces in Vladivostok.

 
Harris (Godfrey) papers

Writings, correspondence, reports, memoranda, printed matter, computer disks, and photographs, relating to Panama, American-Panamanian relations, the 1989 American invasion of Panama, Manuel Noriega, and the Foreign Policy Association of Panama. Includes research material for the book by David S....

 
Harris (Harwell Hamilton) drawings and model

The Harwell Hamilton Harris drawings and model span 8 linear feet and date from 1937 to 1973. The collection is composed of three flat file folders, each contain drawings for different projects. Projects include: the Village Hall (Whispering Pines, North...

 
Harris (Henry) Papers

Includes manuscripts, typescripts for Dr. Harris' book, California's Medical Story (1938), and on medical history in California, and musical compositions. The latter are songs, some orchestrated, with words by Harris and others: Louis B. Jacobs, S.M. Brenner, Edward M. Hulme,...

 
Harris (Herbert) reports

Relates to the results of a study of American public opinion regarding the United Nations.

 
Harris (Iverson and Helen) Papers

Papers of a theosophist and member of the Theosophical Society in Point Loma, California, dating chiefly from the early foundation of Lomaland to the Society's relocation in 1942 to Covina, California. Included are descriptions of the Theosophical Society's Raja Yoga...

 
Harris (Kathleen) photograph collection

The Kathleen Harris photograph collection, 1914-1965, (SAFR 24247, P98-024) is comprised of photographs mainly of Pacific Coast merchant steamships. The collection has been processed to the Collection level and is open for use.

 
Harris (King), "The Persecution of a University President"

Article on Kenneth Pitzer's term as president of Stanford University.

 
Harris (Lee V.) Papers

Writings, correspondence, photographs, maps, and memorabilia, relating to U.S. military operations in China during World War II, the Chinese Civil War, and the Indochinese War.

 
Harris (Lynn Edward) papers

Photographs, legal documents, manuscripts, personal and business correspondence, lecture notes, videotapes, audiotapes, clippings, scrapbooks, floppy disks, memorabilia and other material from actor, lecturer and intersex person, Lynn Edward Harris (1950- ). Born intersexed, Harris was raised female despite being born...

 
Harris Manufacturing Company

The collection is comprised of business papers (with equipment specifications and blueprints), newspaper and journal articles, and photographs.

 
Harris (Mollie) Jewish Community Center Collection

The consists of Harris's working papers from the library regarding staff, long range planning, budgeting, publicity and working documents for programs. It includes detailed information about events and speakers, including guest registers, newspaper clippings and press releases. General program information,...

 
Harris (Robert E.G.) Collection of Material about the Spanish Civil War

Robert E.G. Harris (b.1903) taught English and journalism at Los Angeles City College (1929-42), was the editor of (1945-50), a professor of journalism (1950-71), department chairman (1955-60), and emeritus professor at UCLA. The collection consists of copies of newspaper articles...

 
Harris (Roy E.) Papers

Correspondence between Roy Harris and Hans Barkan concerning the commissioning of Harris to write an orchestral work for Stanford's 50th anniversary celebration (1934-1942). Harris describes the process of composition and decisions made at every step. Also includes articles and photographs....

 
Harris (Sheldon H.) Papers

Writings, correspondence, photocopies of government documents, photographs, sound recordings, video tapes, and printed matter, of an American historian relating mainly to biological warfare, especially as conducted by Japan in China before and during World War II. Includes research material used...

 
Harris (Stephen A.) typescript

Relates to the history of the Monarkhicheskaia Organizatsiia TSentral'noi Rossii, known as the Trust, and its control by the Soviet secret police for purposes of penetration and manipulation of anti-communist Russian groups in exile, from 1922 to 1927. Master's thesis,...

 
Harris (Townsend) Papers

Townsend Harris (1804-1878) was born in Sandy Hill, New York. In 1855, he was appointed U.S. Consul General to Japan. He negotiated commercial treaties with Siam in 1857 and Japan in 1858. After the election of Abraham Lincoln in 1860,...

 
Harris Weinstock papers, 1878-1922.

The collection includes a small number of family papers, letters, and materials relating to Weinstock's business ventures and Weinstock's work on agricultural cooperatives. The collection consists primarily of Harris Weinstock's diaries and photographs. Aside from two small general diaries from...

 
Harris (William Torrey) papers

The William Torrey Harris papers, 1857-1909, consists of letters, manuscripts, typescripts, notes, and leaflets collected and created by noted 19th century educator, philosopher and lexicographer William Torrey Harris. In addition to letters from major philosophers of the period, including John...

 
Harrison (Alexander) Papers

Sound recordings and written summaries of interviews, other writings, and photographs, relating to the role of the Organisation Armee Secr`ete (O.A.S.) in the Algerian War and the attempted coup against President Charles de Gaulle of France. Includes interviews with Raoul...

 
Harrison (Benjamin) Ephemera Documenting His 1891 Trip West

The materials consist of of printed ephemera from President Benjamin Harrison's epic cross-country railroad journey, from the papers of E.F. Tibbott, Harrison's private secretary who accompanied him on the trip. The President's train left Washington and proceeded to make a...

 
Harrison (Benjamin) Papers

Benjamin Harrison (1888-1960) was a lawyer and Democratic Party leader in California. He served as city attorney for Needles (1918-37), was appointed U.S. district attorney for the Southern district of California (1937), and U.S. district judge for the area in...

 
Harrison (Benjamin): photographs and ephemera

President Harrison's speech-making tour in 1891 was, at that time, the longest journey ever undertaken by any President while in office. The 9,232 mile rail trip lasted one month and three days. The trip was partly planned and largely financed...

 
Harrison Dwire collection, 1862-1865, 1907

Mainly Civil War era documents, 1862-1865, 1907.

 
Harrison (George John) Papers

George J. Harrison served as Senior Agronomist and Superintendent of the U.S. Cotton Field Station in Shafter, California from 1934-1952. His Papers contain serials, trade publications, clippings, photographs, and speeches relating to cotton breeding, with an emphasis on the development...

 
Harrison (Gilbert A.) collection of material by and relating to Gertrude Stein

Gilbert Harrison was a UCLA alumnus and former editor-in-chief of magazine. He began corresponding with Gertrude Stein in 1933, and continued to correspond with Stein until her death in 1946. The collection contains galley and page proofs for books by...

 
Harrison (Gilbert A.) Papers

The Gilbert A. Harrison Papers contain correspondence, typescripts, publications, and newspapers collected by Gilbert Harrison, an alumnus of UCLA. The majority of the materials pertain to two controversies at UCLA - the suspension of five student leaders for suspected "radical"...

 
Harrison Gray Otis (1837-1917) Philippine Islands Album, 1899

Photograph album. Views of the Philippine Islands, 1899, during the Spanish-American War, including Manila, battle scenes, and tourist views; with hand-written descriptions by Harrison Gray Otis, a brigade commander, U.S. Army.

 
Harrison (Hugh) Photographs of Robert Joel

Hugh Harrison photographic portraits of Robert Joel, undated.

 
Harrison (Lou) Papers: Correspondence

Collection includes incoming and outgoing letters from Lou Harrison and friends.

 
Harrison (Lou) Papers: Music Manuscripts

The Music Manuscripts series contains complete autograph music scores, sketches, revisions and fragments produced by Harrison during his seventy five years of writing music.

 
Harrison (Lou) Papers: Notebooks

This collection contains the notebooks kept by Lou Harrison over the course of his life.

 
Harrison (Margaret B.) Papers

Margaret B. Harrison (1911-1980) became interested in fine bookbinding in the 1930's and apprenticed for a time with master bookbinder Hazel Dreis. For more than four decades, her bookbinding skills enabled her to bind and preserve a number of volumes...

 
Harrison (William) Photographic Collection

Collection of portrait photographs by local San Jose, California, studios; portraits of State Normal School at San Jose graduates; a family photograph album including scenes from Yosemite National Park; personal photographs taken at Grand Canyon, Zion, and Bryce Canyon National...

 
Harris-Wheeler Collection

The collection consists of scrapbooks which include clippings from the , , , , and .

 
Harry and Sandra Reese Turkey Press oral history, circa 1991

In this oral history, Harry and Sandra Reese, the owners of Turkey Press, provide an insiders view of the art of printing. Also about their education and early careers. Interviewer: David E. Russell, ca. 1991. Interviewee(s): Harry and Sandra Reese....

 
Harry Ashmore oral history, 1997

Transcript: edited and finished version, Education of… Related materials: Sawyer MA Thesis on Ashmore; Book collection, some in Special; Ashmore (Harry S.) Collection (Mss 155); CSDI Collection (Mss 18).

 
Harry Beal Torrey papers, 1892-1970.

Consists of correspondence, diaries, and subject files concerning his research in biology and medicine. Of note are materials relating to Torrey's 1906 research voyage to Japan on the ship Albatross.

 
Harry Beal Torrey photograph collection [graphic].

Portraits, snapshots and postcards pertaining to the life, family and career of Harry Beal Torrey. Includes many nineteenth century cartes de visite and cabinet card portraits. Photographs depict Torrey's student years at Oakland High School and the University of California,...

 
Harry Bridges miscellany, 1936-1948.

Miscellaneous materials relating to Harry Bridges.

 
Harry Dov Weininger collection of David Lance Goines posters and memorabilia [graphic].

Posters and other material collected by Weininger during his lengthy and close association with Goines. Includes a nearly complete run of the artist's posters through no. 222. Other material includes Thirty Recipes Suitable for Framing (an early collaboration between Goines...

 
Harry E. Alderson papers, 1916-1917.

Subpoena for Dr. Alderson to appear as witness in case, California vs. Warren K. Billings; correspondence concerning medical treatment while in prison, and miscellaneous related material.

 
Harry Emerson Fosdick letter, 1941 October 2

(1878-1969). One letter (TLS) from American clergyman Fosdick to Mrs. R[ita] Fikkert, thanking her for support of his "National Vespers" radio program. New York City, Oct. 2 , 1941. Alpha list.

 
Harry Everett Drobish papers : additions, 1922-1950.

Preferred citation: Harry Everett Drobish papers: additions, BANC MSS 80/97 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
Harry Girvetz papers, 1969 - 1969

Isla Vista files kept by Girvetz, a UCSB Philosophy professor, as a member of the Committee of 50, and also including clippings and other ephemera.

 
Harry Gray collection on the San Francisco Jewish Community Center's production of The Golem, 1936.

The collection contains materials relating to a dramatic presentation of the folktale of the Golem (retold by H. Leivik) by the Center Players of San Francisco's Jewish Community Center (with Harry Gray portraying the Golem). Materials include a program with...

 
Harry H. Knox note, 1942

One note [ANS] from Sophie L. Knox, wife of Santa Barbara author Harry H. Knox, to Ellen [?], conveying greetings and wishing they could visit again, n.d. Laid in Knox', On the Lost Enjoyment of Wines (TP548.K565 1942). Alpha list.

 
Harry Holden Colpus correspondence, 1887-1939.

Relates mainly to his claim to kinship with English royalty.

 
Harry Kushner correspondence, 1954-1959.

Business correspondence between Harry Kushner of Merit Products Company in Los Angeles and Sol Green of Norjac Manufacturing in Brooklyn, New York mainly regarding the manufacture of hair heating caps and other beauty products.

 
Harry L. Cutter papers, 1869-1932.

Scrapbook of clippings (obituary notices) related to the death of General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo (1808-1890), 21 pieces of printed and manuscript sheet music, including several by Francisca Vallejo [McGettigan], a photograph of Maria Vallejo, daughter of M.G. Vallejo, and her...

 
Harry Lee Bailey military service reminiscences, 1909-1918.

Bailey's recollections regarding his military service intended for updating George W. Cullum's Biographical register of the officers and graduates of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. Contains four drafts written between 1909-1918, including pages from his personal notebook,...

 
Harry Lenchner family papers and photographs, 1892-1980.

The collection includes family history; marriage and naturalization certificates; World War II awards presented to Harry Lenchner from the United Service Organizations and the National Jewish Welfare Board; a newspaper clipping; and three photographs, one showing the Lenchner family camping...

 
Harry Leon Wilson photograph album [graphic]

Views taken on a trip made by Wilson and a companion in the Banff region of Canada. Includes camping and trail scenes and Canadian Indians. Also views of the Carmel area, California. Also a portrait of Xavier Martinez.

 
Harry Leon Wilson photograph collection [graphic]

Views taken on trips made by Wilson to Capri, Nova Scotia, Monterey area, Calif., North Africa, family home in Oregon, Ill., and some family portraits, unidentified. Includes some postcards.

 
Harry Marcus Weston Edmonds diplomas and certificates, 1878-1892.

Include diplomas from Boys' High School in San Francisco, University of California at Berkeley, and Hahnemann Medical College, Chicago; and certificate of matriculation for the University of Göttingen, Germany.

 
Harry Morris oral history, 2005-2006

Growing up in New York, Great White Fleet, Teddy Roosevelt… Transcript: Yes – two versions. Related materials: None found.

 
Harry N. Kierulff photographic collection [graphic]

Views of the Alaska gold rush; includes scenes of Dawson, Yukon; confluence of Klondike and Yukon rivers; sled dogs, miners, boats and scenery in Yukon Territory and Alaska.

 
Harry R. Wellman papers, 1927-1983.

Appointment books kept during his career at the University of California at Berkeley as Professor of Agricultural Economics, Vice-president, and Acting President. Speeches relate primarily to agricultural economics.

 
Harry Rubin papers, 1949-2005.

Includes photographs, newsclippings, diplomas, articles, grants & correspondence, and 2 scrapbooks. Additions include extensive correspondence, writings, (including drafts), notes on experiments, course notes, and biographic information.

 
Harry S. Truman photograph, 1945, 1953, 1961

One b&w photo of Truman greeting the New Zealand prime minister at San Francisco, 1945; one letter (TLS) to William Gahagan, thanking him for booklets and noting Gahagan's mother is sister of Jay Wilson, 1953; and one letter (TLS) to...

 
"Harry Sanders; a Stanford planner Charts the History of Campus planning, and Church's Contribution"

This interview largely concerns Thomas D. Church's role in Stanford's architecture and planning; other subjects include Frederic Law Olmsted at Stanford, major elements of campus architecture as it was in 1978, use of outside architects, and future development....

 
Harry Singer papers, [ca. 1962-1988].

Professional papers, including correspondence, subject files, writings, lectures, notes, and writings of colleagues.

 
Harry Smith papers

The archive was assembled after the death of Harry Smith, polymath filmmaker, painter, and collector of American vernacular art, music, and artifacts. It contains correspondence from the last three years of Smith's life, a selection of Smith's manuscripts and art,...

 
Harry Strange receipts, 1875-1884.

For various items bought from Downieville, San Francisco, New York, Sacramento, Sierra Valley, Petaluma, Forest City, Sierraville and Newark merchants. Pasted in a Shipman's Improved Adhesive Letter and Invoice File.

 
Harry W. Cole papers, [ca. 1912-1961].

Records of an officer of the Little River Redwood Company of Crannel (Humbolt Co.) Calif. Files relate to logging, the lumber industry, and real estate in Northern California. Most files date from the late 1930s to the late 1950s and...

 
Harry Wertz steamboat runner letters, 1852-1856.

Six letters written by Harry Wertz in California to his sister Mary E. Wertz in Dalton, Ohio, along with an envelope and a poem titled "My Ohio Home." In these letters Wertz writes about which former Ohio residents he has...

 
Harry Wertz steamboat runner letters, 1852-1856.

Six letters written by Harry Wertz in California to his sister Mary E. Wertz in Dalton, Ohio, along with an envelope and a poem titled "My Ohio Home." In these letters Wertz writes about which former Ohio residents he has...

Hart (A. A.) Stereographs of the Central Pacific Railroad

This collection contains 372 stereographic photographs (including some variants and duplicates) by photographer A. A. Hart (1816-1908) that document the construction of the western half of first transcontinental railroad by the Central Pacific Railroad between 1864 and 1869. Hart served...

Hart (Alfred A.) Photo Project Collection

From 1864 to 1869, Alfred A. Hart took 364 pictures along the line of the Central Pacific Railroad in order to help solicit investment in the railroad. Between 2008-2011, Jesse White repeated Hart's journey taking photographs from exactly (or approximately)...

Hart (Alfred A.) Photographs

The Alfred A. Hart Collection includes one photograph album of 365 images, and 106 stereographs. The majority of the stereographs are duplicate images from the album. However, there are also ten stereographs of the home of Leland and Jane Stanford...

Hart (Alfred A.) Stereograph Collection Relating to the Central Pacific Railroad, circa 1866-1869

Includes views of the construction of the Central Pacific Railroad in California, Nevada, and Utah, including the driving of the Golden Spike.

 
Hart (Brooke) Kidnapping Newspaper Collection

The Brooke Hart Kidnapping Newspaper collection provides newspaper documentation of the murder of Brooke Hart, which took place on November 9, 1933 and the subsequent lynching of the perpetrators, John Maurice Holmes and Thomas Harold Thurmond on November 26, 1933...

 
Hart Crane papers, 1926-1930.

Forty-five letters to Yvor Winters are included, and two typescripts of The Bridge-- an earlier version, portions of which were sent over a period of time during composition, and the final manuscript; both with corrections in Crane's hand. Also included:...

 
Hart (Eric) interview

Sound recording of interview, relating to social conditions in Germany and to Allied military activities during World War II. Interview conducted by Bradley Bauer.

 
Hart (Gary K.) Collection

Subject, bill, and general files, of a California state legislator representing the Santa Barbara area, first in the California State Assembly and then in the State Senate. Subjects such as children/youth/women/families, crime, education, employer/employee issues, energy, law, legislative/legislature concerns, medical/health...

 
Hart (George H.) Papers

George H. Hart's career at the University of California began in 1917 when he joined the faculty at Berkeley as Professor of Veterinary Science. He came to Davis in 1926 as Professor of Animal Husbandry and Chairman of the Department,...

 
Hart (Harry P.) papers

Memoirs, diaries, letters, reports, printed matter, and photographs, relating to engineering projects, especially highway projects, in various parts of the world, especially in the Philippines, 1919-1921; China, 1922-1924 and 1946; and Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia and other parts of South America,...

 
Hart (Henry Hersch) Papers

The collection consists of 3 Series: Photographic Materials, which contains prints and negatives, postcards, stereographs, and colored glass slides, arranged by subject and alphabetically; Papers, which contains lectures, publications, publicity, and personal papers, arranged by subject and chronologically; Objects, which...

 
Hart (James D.) Papers

The James D. Hart Papers are the professional files of an educator and director of The Bancroft Library. Born in San Francisco in 1911, Hart was a fifth generation Californian with a passion for books and fine printing. His scholarly...

 
Hart (Jeffrey Peter) papers

Correspondence and writings, relating to American politics and social conditions.

 
Hart (Jerome A.) Papers and Scrapbooks

Drafts of Hart's manuscripts, including Vigilante girl (1910), In our second century (1931), Sardou and Sardou plays (1913), Vigilante time, The breadline, and writings on Edmond Rostand and other French authors; scattered personal correspondence (1879-1928); articles from the Argonaut; 34...

 
Hart (John N.) letters

Relates to activities of General Joseph W. Stilwell as American commanding general in the China-Burma-India Theater during World War II. Collected as research material for an uncompleted book. Includes letters by David D. Barrett, Frank Dorn, and other associates of...

 
Hart Press Collection

This collection contains items printed by James D. Hart of the Hart Press. Included are individual pieces of ephemera and keepsake printed booklets or pamphlets. Some are about Western America, including the California Gold Rush.

 
Hart (William S.) (1864-1946) Collection, ca. 1890s-1940s

Photographs, negatives. Views of the Hart Ranch in Newhall during construction and after completion; pictures of silent screen cowboy star William S. Hart, his sister Mary Ellen, and others at the Ranch; stills from Hart films arranged by film title;...

 
Hart (William S.) County Park Research Files

Photographs and slides of Hart Park as part of the Los Angeles County Department of Parks & Recreation activities there. Part of William S. Hart County Park Research Files (Gen. Col. 1192).

 
Hart (William S.) County Park Research Files, ca. 1950's-

Most of the collection consists of correspondence and clippings generated and collected by employees, mainly Lloyd Hiatt, of the Los Angeles County Parks and Recreation Department working at Hart Park during the 1950's-1970's. The files contain information on the artifacts...

 
Hart (William Surrey) Papers

Letters (including fan mail), literary productions, legal and financial records, scrapbooks, clippings, theater programs, and other materials relating to the life and career of William S. Hart.

 
Hart, Winfield H. Papers, [1959-1998?].

Collection contains subject files, correspondence slides, printed material, and articles and speeches by Hart.

 
Hart-Beckman-MacColl family photographs [graphic].

Portraits, snapshots, etc. of California family, residents of Sacramento, Berkeley, the San Francisco Bay area, and Reno, Nevada. Chiefly the family of Sacramento attorney Fred Beckman Hart (born 1879) and wife Maud MacColl Hart, with pictures of Hart's father, General...

 
Hart-Clark Correspondence and Family Papers

Mainly letters of Jerome A. Hart, editor of the Argonaut, and Alice Ann Clark, re editorial work and San Francisco social life in the 1890's. Some Clark family correspondence, 1869-1873, included.

 
Harte (Bret) Collection

At the height of his career, Bret Harte (1836-1902) was considered one of the best-known American writers of the nineteenth century. The collection contains Harte's writings published in magazines and newspapers, clippings and ephemera about Harte, and portraits of Harte...

 
Harte (Bret) Collection of Letters and Papers

Contains correspondence and writings. Correspondence includes outgoing letters, one incoming letter and several letters about Bret Harte. Correspondents include John H. Carmany, Harte's wife, Anna Griswold Harte, James Osgood, Elisha Bliss, Jr., Thomas Starr King and Lady Gregory. Writings include...

 
Harte (Bret) Letters

Bret Harte (1836-1902) settled in San Francisco in 1860 where he worked as a printer, clerk, and secretary in a government office. He wrote short stories and became the first editor of the (1868-71) in San Francisco. The collection consists...

 
Hartigan (John D.) Papers

Correspondence, reports, memoranda, writings, pamphlets, clippings, photographs, and posters, relating to relief work during the two world wars, the Saar plebiscite of 1934-1935, the Allied government in Austria after World War II, and the organization of international trade fairs. Includes...

 
Hartley Film collection, circa 1960s-1980s

Nineteen open-reel films on humanism, zen, yoga, etc.

 
Hartley (Livingston) typescript

Relates to the functions of the United Nations and of a proposed Atlantic Union. Written by L. Hartley and Clarence Streit.

 
Hartman (Paul) Papers

Paul Hartman (1910-1973) was born in San Francisco, California. He was a dancer, actor, magician and singer appearing in vaudeville, the theater, film and television. The collection contains correspondence, scrapbooks, photographs, diaries, clippings, programs, sheet music, books, pamphlets, and memorabilia...

 
Hartmann (Elisabeth) correspondence

Relates to social conditions in Germany and to family affairs. Includes some correspondence of other family members.

 
Hartmann (Sadakichi) Papers

Sadakichi Hartmann (1867-1944) was a writer, poet, dramatist, and critic during the early 20th century. Hartmann was an important figure in early modernism and had a diverse social circle that included Walt Whitman, Ezra Pound, and John Barrymore. This collection...

 
Hartmann (Waldemar) letter

Relates to German cultural and propaganda work in the United States.

 
Hartnell (William E.) Papers

Mainly correspondence and accounts of John Begg & Co. and McCulloch, Hartnell & Co. Also letterbook, 1822-1824 (photocopy only) of letters from Hartnell, relating to trade with missions, letters to family, and accounts. Miscellaneous letters and papers relating to land...

 
Hartnell (William) Papers

Documenting educational and commercial life in California in the 1820s and 1830s, the collection consists of a treatise on algebra (183?), , written by P. Nicholson and translated into Spanish by Hartnell; and a daybook (1823-1827) and account book (1815-1816,...

 
Hart's Stereographs of the Central Pacific Railroad

Stereographs of the Central Pacific Railroad taken by Alfred A. Hart.

 
Hartshorn (Merrill F.) papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, bulletins, newsletters, and printed matter, relating to promotion of social studies in the United States, international educational exchanges, educational policy in Allied-occupied Germany after World War II, and activities of the American Newspaper Publishers...

 
Hartung (Julia) collection

Photographs of American student visitors in Germany.

 
Hartwell (Cushman) letters

Letters to his family, relating to conditions in Siberia during the Russian Revolution.

 
Hartwell (R. M.) collection

Includes correspondence, minutes, conference papers, publications, and agenda of the Mont Pelerin Society, mainly in the form of photocopies, related to activities of the society in promoting laissez-faire economics and associated concepts of freedom. Includes questionnaires sent to Mont Pelerin...

 
Hartwell (William H.) Papers

The collection contains handwritten reminiscences of the Civil War, and the period following it, by William H. Hartwell, New Hampshire Infantry, 9th Regiment (Vol), Co. I. Also included is some commentary by his daughter, Ruth Hartwell Nordhoff, who donated the...

 
Hartzell (James) Papers

James Hartzell was an official of the UCLA Extension Writers' Program, which sponsored the Stein plaque project, along with the UCLA Library and the UCLA Center for the Study of Women. The collection consists of correspondence, as well as press...

 
Hartzler (L. P.) papers

Reports, memoranda, studies, correspondence, manuals, notes, and printed matter, relating to education in California, especially alternative schools, and to educational assistance to developing countries, especially Liberia.

 
Harvard University. Russian Research Center Interview Transcripts

Mimeographed transcripts of interviews of refugees from the Soviet Union, conducted in West Germany and the United States by the Harvard University Russian Research Center, relating to social conditions in the Soviet Union.

Harvesting Beans, Madera County, Calif., 1900

The Harvesting Beans album contains seven photographic prints taken in 1900 by an unidentified photographer. The album features scenes of unidentified Indian women performing various harvesting activities in an unspecified location of Madera County. The photographs also picture papooses, children...

 
Harvey Bernhard Enterprises records pertaining to the film, The Mack : and other material, circa 1972-2002.

Contains a copy of Robert James Poole's original screenplay, director's original shooting script, script notes, script breakdown, casting, dialogue, publicity, and production materials used in the making of the 1973 film, The Mack. Also includes production schedule, crew list, legal...

 
Harvey Family Papers

The Harvey Family Collection dates from 1848-1965, and measures 4 linear feet. The papers are arranged in the following series: William and Catherine Harvey Papers, Annie Harvey, Ada Harvey Papers, Frances Harvey, Family Genealogy, and California State Raisin Grower's Association...

 
Harvey Fergusson papers : additions, circa 1914-1971.

Correspondence, manuscripts of short stories and novels, clippings, notes, diaries (1928 and 1954-1970) primarily concerning his interest in writing and the American West, books with annotations by Fergusson and inscriptions to him, and obituaries.

 
Harvey Fergusson papers, 1906-1953.

Includes diaries, 1906-1945; journals, 1946-1953; notebooks; drafts of writings; letters from readers; and typescript of an autobiographical novel, 1920. Included are drafts of Grant of kingdom, People in power, The unknown hero, Footloose McGarnigal, Wolf song, The sea of grass...

 
Harvey Fergusson photograph collection [graphic]

Includes family snapshops, studio portrait, and outdoor scenes. One photo noted as possibly by Ansel Adams.

 
Harvey Helfand collection of Mary Ann Hiserman portraits [graphic].

Includes slide copies of portraits of Mary Ann Hiserman taken from early childhood through young adulthood. Other slides depict drawings by Hiserman and covers of her publications. Photographic print depicts Mirror Lake, Yosemite National Park.

 
Harvey (Madison) Jr. Papers

The Madison Harvey Jr. papers include photographs, black history newsletters, and funeral programs documenting the life and professional activities of Madison Harvey Jr. The papers are organized in to three series: photographs, publications, and funeral programs. The bulk of the...

 
Harvey Monroe Hall photograph collection [graphic]

Outdoor views, including the Sierra Nevada, Lake Tahoe, Coast Ranges, and Yosemite; numerous family pictures, including camping, vacationing, and travels in Grass Valley, Santa Cruz Mountains, and Tucson, Ariz.; views of the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906, and...

 
Harvey (Obed) Papers

Includes: scrapbook with life of Dr. Harvey written by his wife, Susan Mitchell Hall Harvey; correspondence, visiting cards, news clippings, reprints, photographs of Dr. Harvey and other doctors; a copy of the Handbook of Washington, printed for the AMA meeting...

 
Harvey (Rowland H.) Papers

Rowland Hill Harvey (1889-1943) was a social worker in Chicago and Los Angeles (1910-15), and later, an associate professor of history at UCLA. He wrote (1935) and (1949). The collection consists of manuscripts and printed material documenting Rowland Hill Harvey's...

 
Harvey Stahl papers, 1965-2001.

Contains course notes, correspondence and a few drafts of speeches and articles. Also includes photographs of Stahl.

 
Harvey Taylor correspondence, circa 1942-1944

Correspondence between American writer Taylor (incl. works on Frank Norris and Sinclair Lewis) and American writer Reginald Hunter, together with drafts of introductions to books, and other, some relating to Taylor family history ca. 1942-1944. Gift of Harvey Taylor, accessioned...

 
Harvey (Van Austin) Papers

Collection includes correspondence with Rudolf Bultmann, 1960-73, Schubert Ogden, 1960-61, D. Z. Phillips, 2004, 2006, and Alvin Plantinga, 1997-98; a radio script, "The Academy Awards," prepared by Harvey and Bob Batchelder for Religion at the News Desk broadcast over WELI...

 
Harvey (Van Austin), "Religious studies at Stanford: An Historial Sketch"

Typescript text of a talk given by Harvey for the Stanford Historical Society, March 12, 1998, which covers curriculum and faculty as well as administrative matters....

 
Harvey W. Rice letters to his cousin, Julia Doty Lyon : Hayward, California, 1899-1900.

Letters mainly concerning their family. One folder with papers about Lyon's family.

 
Harvey Wheeler oral history, 1974, 2000

Interviewer: David E. Russell, [2001?]. Interviewee(s): Harvey Wheeler. Transcript: Harvey Wheeler, A Source Book for Radicals (Santa Barbara: UCSB Oral History Program, 2001), 350 pages. Related materials: CSDI Collection (Mss 18).

 
Harwood Family Papers

Letters, notes, autographs, portraits, and other materials collected by the Harwood Family over a period of two hundred-fifty years. Much of the early materials, including Revolutionary War era materials, are navy and military service related. Later materials include letters from...

 
Hary (Nicoletta Mattioli) typescript

Relates to assistance provided by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace to improve bibliographic access to the holdings of the Vatican Library. Doctoral dissertation, Indiana University. Photocopy.

 
Hasenkamp (Bruce H.) photograph collection

Depicts armistice negotiation meetings and other scenes in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea.

 
Hasenpusch (Captain Curt) photograph collection

The Captain Curt Hasenpusch photograph collection, circa 1900-1960s (bulk 1920-1950), (SAFR 23352, P07-005) is comprised mainly of photographs of tugboats, pilot boats and barges and pile drivers, mostly in the San Francisco Bay. It also contains photographs of other vessels...

 
Haskell (Burnette G.) diaries and receipt

Collection comprises two diaries and a receipt for a registered letter, kept by California labor leader Burnette G. Haskell. Volume 1 (1878-1879) mostly concerns Haskell's failed courtship of Sophie McFarlane (1878-1879); volume 2 (1885) documents his labor career, including the...

 
Haskell family papers, 1878-1951.

Include papers of the following members of the family: Edward W. Haskell, some relating to oil interests in Rancho Santa Paula y Saticoy; his wife, Maria Antoinette; his daughter, Helen, and her husband, artist Stephen Seymour Thomas; his sons, Benjamin,...

 
Haskell (William N.) memoirs

Relates to relief activities of the American Relief Administration in Romania and especially in Russia in the aftermath of World War I and the Russian Civil War, and to political, social and economic conditions in Russia. Includes observations on conditions...

 
Haskett Family Photograph Collection

The Haskett Collection contains family papers, correspondence, photographs, postcards, scrapbooks, slides, blueprints, and ephemera. Varying widely in their subjects and unified by their passing to Jon Haskett. These documents pertain to the past three generations of the Haskett and...

 
Haskin (Gretchen) writings

Study, entitled "Rescuing the Czar," relating to the publication in 1920 of a fabricated account by William Rutledge McGarry and Georgii Sergeevich Romanovskii, purporting to describe the secret rescue of Tsar Nicholas II and his family from captivity; and study,...

 
Haskins (Vernon) Collection

Collection includes 46 compositions in manuscript and 7 published works; included also is a folder of miscellaneous letters, one photograph, musical programs, and a flyer listing Haskins' published works....

 
Haskin-Tonopah Gold Mine Collection

The Haskin/Tonopah Gold Mine Papers consist chiefly of correspondence and clippings pertaining to stock acquisition and ownership change at a particular gold mine near Tonopah, Nevada. The Papers also contain a small file of materials relating to the malpractice investigation...

 
Hasl (Franz Joseph) miscellaneous papers

Memorandum, entitled Universal Peace, 1916; letter to Woodrow Wilson, 1919; and photograph of F. J. Hasl.

 
Hass (Eric) papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, notes, clippings, serial issues, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to the Socialist Labor Party, and to social problems of aging.

 
Hass (Rudolf) papers

Correspondence with the German government, relating to the expropriation by the Venezuelan government of the plantation of R. Hass, and to his efforts to enlist the aid of the German government in securing its return.

 
Hassan (Ihab) papers

This collection documents the academic work of literary critic, scholar, and theorist Ihab Hassan. The bulk of these materials reflect his work on American fiction of the later twentieth century, in addition to his extensive writings on postmodernism, literary criticism,...

 
Hassan M. (Moisés) papers

The Moisés Hassan M. papers contain materials relating to Nicaragua during and after the Sandinista revolution of 1979. Moisés Hassan Morales was a prominent figure in the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) and participated in the armed struggle against the...

 
Hasselblatt (Werner) typescript

Relates to the rights of non-German nationalities in Germany.

 
Hassenplug (Lulu K. Wolf) Papers

Hassenplug (1903-1995), was founding dean of the UCLA School of Nursing (1949-1968). She was a pioneer and leader in modern education of nurses, spearheading the movement to shift nursing education from the hospital to the college campus and insisting that...

 
Hassid (Sami) Collection, 1932-1989, (bulk 1957-1985)

The Sami Hassid collection contains four series: Personal Papers, Professional Papers, Faculty Papers, and Project Records. The Personal Papers contain a detailed Personal History Documentation written by Hassid, many legal and financial papers relating to the Hassid family's immigration to...

 
Hassid (William Z.) Papers

Letters written to Hassid and copies of letters by him; manuscripts of speeches and papers; and reprints of articles documenting his career as a professor in the College of Agriculture and the Department of Biochemistry at the University of California,...

 
Hassid, William Zev Photographs from the William Zev Hassid papers [graphic]

Albums are presentation albums awarded for Hassid's sugar research. The first contains portraits of scientists, inscribed by subjects to Hassid: Sam Ruben and Stanford Moore are pictured, among others. The second contains ephemera related to sugar research including a publication...

 
Hassinger, Paula (coin collection)

This collection consists of some coins, national and commemorative, including a Union Pacific "Lucky Piece", and adocument granting land to refugees of Canada and Nova Scotia signed by Thomas Jefferson and granting 366 acres to John Paskell in the "Chilicotha"...

 
Hastings (Dr. Philip Ross) Collection

The collection contains correspondence, drafts of articles, promotional material, brochures, newspaper articles, field notebooks, certificates, awards, itineraries and other material primarily related to Hastings' photography career and his interest in railroad photography and railroadiana

 
Hastings (Edgar) Board of Supervisors Collection

The collection contains documents related to Edgar F. Hastings' time as a County Supervisor for District 1 in San Diego County.

 
Hastings (Eliza Darling) papers and memorabilia

Collection includes dance cards from Encina Club, Roble Club, Jolly-Up, and other Stanford dances, 1912-1916; invitations and calling cards; letters received from L. G. Weber, and fellow students Edmund W. Pugh and Ward Belnap Blodget, 1913-1915; Stanford songbooks; and assorted...

 
Hastings Family Paper

Family, estate, and manorial papers of the Hastings family.

 
Hastings (Henry J.) papers

The Henry J. Hastings papers span 19 linear feet and date circa 1950 to circa 1979. The collection primarily consists of architectural drawings and reprographic copies of commercial buildings, but also contains building supply pamphlets, catalogs for interior furnishings, and...

 
Hastings (John R.) Papers

Primarily letters from William R. Hearst and other members of his staff, and copies or drafts of Hastings' replies. Hastings was editor of the New York Journal, 1906-26, and supervising editor of several newspapers in the Hearst Service, 1926-42. Included...

 
Hastings, John Russel Photographs from the John Russel Hastings papers [graphic]

Collection includes individual and group portraits (two of William Randolph Hearst) and a view of the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal. One of the group portraits shows Hastings campaigning with Charles E. Hughes.

 
Hastings Natural History Reservation collection

The Hastings Natural History Rerservation collection include species accounts, occurrence data, and other field note materials. Materials date from the reservation's inception in 1928 through 2009.

 
Hastings Quicksilver Mining Company records, 1927-1930.

Binder containing the bylaws and board of director minutes of a quicksilver [i.e. mercury] mining company originally incorporated in Nevada for the purpose of operating the Hastings Quicksilver Mine located in Solano County, California. Also contains signed statements of resignation...

 
Hastings (William Henry) papers

Materials relate to the Japanese invasion and occupation of the Philippines and the Japanese prison camp at Santo Tomás. The papers include scrapbooks of newspaper clippings and correspondence, newspaper clippings files, a typescript of letters and diary entries describing time...

 
Hatch family papers, 1896-1914.

Bills and certificate ...

 
Hatch, James Noble. Photographs from the James Noble Hatch papers [graphic].

Photographic prints and negatives chiefly document the ruins of the St. Francis Dam (Los Angeles County) after its catastrophic failure in 1928. Lantern slides depict various mines, railways, power plants, cargo ships and other subjects pertaining to the coal industry...

 
Hatch (Mary P.) Papers

The collection primarily contains correspondence and drafts of Mary Prescott Hatch's writings, including essays and descriptions of travels around the world, including Europe and South Africa (based on her correspondence, ca. 1920s-1930s)....

 
Hatcher Family Correspondence

The four letters that make up the Hatcher Correspondence were all sent to Wiley W. Hatcher from his brother, sister, cousin and aunt of Dyer, Weakley and Greene counties in Tennessee (1855). The letters include family news and information about...

Hatfield Aerial Surveys Photographs

This collection consists of aerial photographs of the Stanford University campus and lands taken by Hatfield Aerial Surveys, a firmed owned by Adrian R. Hatfield. The images date from 1947 to 1979 and are of two sizes: 18 by 22...

 
Hatfield (John) Collection

The collection contains a bound volume, "The Trial of John Hatfield," containing a handwritten account from the [England] re Hatfield's trial on charges including impersonating a member of Parliament (Alexander Augustus Hope) and forgery, 1803; together with copies of letters...

 
Hatfield (Mark O.) typescript

Relates to the views of President Herbert Hoover on the labor movement. Photocopy.

 
Hathaway (Charles Montgomery, Jr.) Papers

The collection includes calendars or lists for dispatches and reports from Ireland and Germany, depositions and proceedings from the Dail Funds Suit, documents and official dispatches, correspondence, clippings and notes from both Ireland and Germany, and financial statements and reports...

 
Hathaway (H.K.) Papers

Collection consists of reports and correspondence concerning the reorganization of various companies that consulted Hathaway, a prominent management consultant, mainly in the East and New England, but in several cases in San Francisco. The years covered are 1907 to 1929,...

 
Hathaway-Garbutt Photo Collection on 1910 Dominguez Air Meet

Nitrate negatives of stereo views. Museum has reproduced prints of negatives 1 through 39. Print number 40 is an authorized reproduction of a stereo view image lent by donor.

 
Haugh (James C.) writings

Relates to the career of Herbert Hoover and to the establishment in 1963 of the Herbert Hoover Medal award program at Stanford University.

 
Haugh (Jesse L.) Collection

Two scrapbooks contain railroad passes issued to Mr. Haugh, photographs and clippings relating to the premier of Cecil B. De Mille's film "Union Pacific" in Omaha, Nebraska, in April 1939. There are also clippings and ephemera regarding Union Pacific Railroad...

 
Haugh Transportation Collection

The collection contains materials related to the operation of the San Diego Electric Railway Company (SDERCo) and several subsidiary transportation franchises acquired by John D. Spreckels.

 
Haupt (Zygmunt) Papers

Correspondence, literary manuscripts, notes, drawings and photographs.

 
Hauser (Dan) Papers

The Dan Hauser Papers consist of 29 cubic feet of records reflecting Hauser's legislative activities during his 14-year Assembly career. The record series include Bill Files, 1983-1996; Subject Files, 1982-1991; Press Releases, 1986-1991; Chronological Correspondence, 1985-1987; Timber Files, 1981-1991; and...

 
Hauser (Karl) papers

Correspondence, writings, minutes, reports, circulars, and printed matter, relating to student radicalism in West Germany, especially at the Universität Frankfurt am Main, and to the Bund Freiheit der Wissenschaft.

 
Haushofer (Karl) questionnaire

Indicates the secret membership of K. Haushofer in the Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei.

 
Hausmann (Raoul) Correspondence

Austrian artist, one of the founders of the Dada movement; active in Berlin 1912-1933. Collection details Hausmann's life in exile and chronicles his professional activities from 1945 to 1971. Letters to and from artists, writers, dealers, critics, and publishers contain...

 
Haussermann (John) Collection

Although few scores bear the date and place of composition, folder 1 contains several lists with all this information. The following biographical information was compiled by Mr. Mitchell F. Shaker, Jr., Mr. Haussermann's secretary....

 
Havel (Václav) Address Accepting the Jackson H. Ralston Prize

Video tape of Havel's address and the award ceremony held in Frost Amphitheater on the Stanford campus. Includes introductory remarks by Law School Dean Paul Brest and two songs by Joan Baez.

 
Havemann-Harnack (Ingeborg) biographical notes

Relates to Arvid and Mildred Harnack, members of the anti-Nazi Rote Kapelle resistance group in Germany during World War II.

 
Haven B. Eddy correspondence, 1860-1872.

Addressed primarily to his sister, Edith; with brief comments on life in California, where he worked as a railroad freight agent. Included is a draft of a letter, Dec. 30, 1872, written shortly after his wife's death, to John Ruskin....

 
Havens (Frank C.) Papers

Relating mainly to his real estate developments in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, Calif., and association with Francis Marion ("Borax") Smith, Wm. J. Dingee and Horace W. Carpentier. Records for the Piedmont Development Company, Hotel Claremont Company, Realty Syndicate, Peoples'...

 
Haver (Ronald) collection

The Ronald Haver collection spans the years 1920-1990 (bulk 1933-1954) and encompasses approximately 2 linear feet. The collection contains script material, production records, clippings, photographs, pressbooks, periodicals, books, magazines, and souvenir programs. The material was collected by Haver and most...

 
Havergal, Frances Ridley

Frances Ridley Havergal(December 14, 1836 – June 3, 1879) was an English religious poet and hymn writer. is one of her best known hymns. She also wrote hymn melodies, religious tracts, and works for children. This is a collection of...

 
Haviside Company photographs

The Haviside Company photographs, circa 1900-1945, bulk circa 1920-1940, (SAFR 23854, P11-001) is comprised mainly of photographs of Haviside derrick barges in the San Francisco Bay Area, California. The collection has been processed to the File Unit level and is...

 
Haviside Company records

Haviside Company records (SAFR 17401, HDC 265) consists of five order books that list when and what repairs were done on various vessels and one scrapbook containing mostly newsclippings and some personal items from H.T. and J.J. Haviside. These materials...

 
Hawaii - Photographs

Contains views of streets, residences and other buildings in Honolulu; town views (Waimea and Koloa), and native houses and other scenes from Kauai.

 
Hawaii album of Ruth Ainsworth [graphic].

Snapshots of a trip to the Grand Canyon and on to Hawaii via San Francisco. Includes scenes on the ship Mongolia, views in Waikiki and elsewhere, The MacDonald Hotel grounds and tennis courts (at 1402 Punahoe Street, the address written...

 
Hawaii Collection

Collection of 4 x 5" copy negatives that appear to be made from photos in album. Some captions appear below image. ca. 1900.

 
Hawaii photograph album [graphic]

Depicts views of Honolulu (and possibly other Hawaiian locations) including Princess Kaiulani and Princess Ruth's residences, schools, street views, etc. Studio portraits of Hawaiian women in native dress and group portraits of native Louau are included. Also contains photographic reproductions...

 
Hawaii Photograph Albums

The collection contains two albums of Hawaii scenes. The first album, ca. 1898, with photographs taken by O. F. Sampson of Leonta, N.Y., contains 49 images of. Kamehameha Military School, Bishop Art Museum, other Honolulu buildings, houses of wealthy residents,...

 
Hawaii (Republic). President. Letters patent of denization conferred upon Alvin R. Hawkins : Honolulu : DS, 1897 Aug. 23.

Giving Alvin R. Hawkins all the privileges of citizenship, except the right to vote, while residing in the Republic of Hawaii. Signed by Sanford B. Dole, President of the Republic of Hawaii, and by the members of the Executive Council,...

 
Hawaii Travel photograph album, circa 1909

Approximately 180 b/w snapshots…

 
Hawaiian album of a military man stationed at Tripler General Hospital, Honolulu [graphic]

Chiefly snapshots of soldiers and hospital staff at Tripler General Hospital and in various locations in the Hawaiian Islands. Includes some views of an eruption of Kilauea volcano.

 
Hawaiian album of Bertha Yung [graphic]

Views of Oahu landscapes (Diamond Head, Pali, Honolulu, etc.), Honolulu buildings (Oahu Prison, King's Palace, Government Building, Hawaiian Hotel, Post Office, Queen's Hospital, the Bank of Honolulu, and Bethel Church), Honolulu street scenes (Nuuanu, Bethel, Merchant, and Fort Streets) a...

 
Hawaiian Grass House photo, undated

One commercial b/w photo, no. 53, n.d.

 
Hawaiian Islands and Philippines views [graphic]

Views of landscapes, buildings, and people in Hawaii and the Philippines, including Manila.

 
Hawaiian Kingdom, Royal family account books : mss., 1850-1899.

Contents: v. 1 (in Hawaiian) Sept. 2, 1850-Jan. 1, 1853, chiefly for household of King Kamehameha III. Copies of poems or riddles in verse (meles) follow. v.2 (partially in Hawaiian) Feb. 25, 1881-July, 1895, chiefly for Iolani Palace. v. 3,...

 
Hawaiian miscellany, 1848-circa 1948.

Letters, forms filled in, bills and receipts, invitations, deed and message concerning Hawaii, Abraham Lincoln, governor, description, ships, mobility, paint materials, schooners, Panama - California exposition, flood and whaling.

 
Hawaiian photograph album from the Caroline M. and George Babb letters [graphic].

Views of Hawaiian homes, general views, school children, portraits of the Babbs, other Americans or Europeans, and also Chinese and Japanese residents. Includes a two-part panoramic cyanotype view of Diamond Head from Waikiki

 
Hawaiian photograph album [graphic]

Unidentified views of the Hawaiian Islands. Includes landscapes, buildings, groups of people, plants, and a few sailing ships. Also includes a store interior with Chinese labels on the products, and Asian children in traditional dress.

 
Hawaiian photographic collection [graphic]

Depicts sugar cane harvesting, workers, sugar cane and a steam power train transporting crops; views of scenery including bread fruit and coconut trees, native people horseriding, native Louau, fishing canoes on Waiakea River at Hilo, a mansion, and an ancient...

 
[Hawaiian postal viewbooks] [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

 
Hawaiian sketchbook [graphic]

Drawings of Hawaiian scenery, boats, etc.

 
Hawaiian Views

Primarily views of Hawaii, including Punahou (school and other sites); Honolulu buildings and streets; Hilo residences; Kilauea crater and lava flow of 1881. One photo of Cooper Medical School in San Francisco, California is also present.

 
Hawaiian views [graphic]

Accordion album of views of Hawaii. Includes buildings, street scenes, Hawaiian people (including royalty), and scenic landscapes. Appears to be commercially produced.

 
Hawes (Bess Lomax) Student Folklore Collection

Bess Lomax Hawes is the daughter of famed folklorist John A. Lomax. Ms. Hawes had an active musical career as a singer, instrumentalist and songwriter. Her career as an educator began in 1954 when she became an instructor in guitar,...

 
Hawgood (John) "America Western Frontiers" Drafts

Collection consists of drafts, illustrations and proof sheets from Hawgood's book "America's Western Frontiers."

 
Hawkins (Anne) papers

This collection contains notebooks, galleys, drafts, and outlines for Anne Hawkins' books about the Pony Express, along with some of her correspondence. Hawkins was a stenographer who lived in Southern California and was the author of , and .

Hawkins (Augustus F.) Papers

Augustus Freeman Hawkins (1907- ) was a member of the California State Assembly (1935-63) a Democrat in the U.S. Congress (1963-91), Chairman of the Committee on House Administration (1981-84), Chairman of the Committee on Education and Labor (98th-101st Congresses), and...

Hawkins (Dick) Collection on San Jose High School

Yearbooks, ephemera, scrapbooks circa 1910-1970 for San Jose High School; materials from City of San Jose Zoning Office Library.

 
Hawkins (Helen S.) Collection

Two manuscript versions of the book (1987) prepared by Helen S. Hawkins and co-edited with G. Allen Greb and Gertrude Weiss Szilard. The early version (1974-1976) contains a larger volume of documents by Leo Szilard than the later condensed version....

 
Hawkins (Joseph) Photographs of the 1996 Tagata Honen Festival

Photographs taken by Joseph Hawkins at the 1996 Tagata Honen Festival in Kamaki, Japan. This annual Shinto festival is a fertility rite and a celebration of life, and its key focus is a large phallus carved from a sacred Japanese...

 
Hawkins (Sylvia Kennedy) collection

Letters from American servicemen in the European and Pacific Theaters during World War II, to relatives and friends in the United States, relating to war experiences.

 
Hawkins (Willis M.) Papers

The Willis M. Hawkins Papers, 1920-2009 (80 boxes) document the successful aerospace engineering career of Hawkins at Lockheed, the relationships between industry, military, and government, and the development of airplanes, missile systems, and space vehicles during the second half of...

 
Hawks, Jabez D. Diary

This diary is a daily account, written by Jabez Davis Hawks, of the trials his party endured when they left the schooner “San Juan” at San Domingo on August 11, 1849, and set out on foot for San Diego. The...

 
Hawley, Joseph R. (Joseph Roswell) Letter, February 7, 1886

One page autograph signed letter from Joseph R. Hawley to W.M. Hudson on United States Senate letterhead dated February 7, 1886. The letter reads: "I order sent to you today a work just out that is considered the best of...

 
Haws (R. Calvert) Papers

Correspondence, reports, printed matter, memorabilia, and photographs, relating to the Presidential campaign of 1932, and to Japanese-American foreign relations.

 
Hawthorne Family Papers

The Hawthorne Family papers at Stanford consist of letters, manuscripts, journals, sketch books, and memorabilia of Sophia Peabody Hawthorne, wife of Nathaniel Hawthorne, and of two of their children, son Julian [1846-1934] and younger daughter, Rose [1851-1926], both writers themselves....

 
Hawthorne Family Papers

Primarily papers of Julian Hawthorne (correspondence, MSS of his writings and his poetry, journals and notebooks, scrapbooks, clippings, etc.), with a few papers also of his first wife, Minnie (Amelung) Hawthorne, and his second, Edith (Garrigues) Hawthorne. Included also are...

 
Hawthorne (Jim) papers

Jim Hawthorne was a radio and television personality during the 1950s and 1960s. His outrageous antics made him an innovative pioneer in non-traditional radio broadcasting. The collection consists primarily of bits, sketches, and ideas for routines, photographs, clippings, and correspondence.

 
Haxo, Francis Theodore Papers, 1959-1960

The collection consists of correspondence, maps, reports and telegrams, dated 1959-1960 in regards to the NAGA Expedition to Australia

 
Haxo, Francis Theodore Papers, 1960

The collection includes three items. One item contains excerpts from a letter written by J.L. Faughn to B. Hamer of USOM dated April 19, 1960. The letter discusses the participants and schedules of the NAGA Expedition in regards to Public...

 
Hay (Harry) Papers

Manuscripts, notes, published research sources, correspondence, interviews, clippings, financial and employment records, legal papers, photographs, posters, original and reproduced graphic material, flyers, memorabilia and other material documenting the life of Harry Hay. Hay conceptualized and was a co-founder of the...

 
Hay, John Letter by John Hay to Richard C. Parsons, 1897 May 18.

Holograph letter written by John Hay, U. S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom, to Richard C. Parsons, U. S. Representative from Ohio, on official stationery of the American Embassy, London. The letter describes embassy personnel as overworked and asks Parsons...

 
Hay (Stephen N.) Papers

The bulk of the collection contains research notes relating to M. K. Gandhi, which Professor Stephen N. Hay used in his teaching at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and his writings on Gandhi. Included are materials relating to several...

 
Hayakawa (Samuel I.) Papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, memoranda, reports, government documents, clippings, other printed matter, photographs, phonotape cassettes, videotape cassettes, and memorabilia, relating to semantics and education, student radicalism, the Japanese American community, American politics, the Republican Party, and American foreign relations and...

 
Hayakawa (Samuel I.) Papers

The document Hayakawa's term as a United States Senator. The collection comes from Hayakawa's San Diego-based regional office, one of five regional offices in California, and consists only of office records. The San Diego regional office  covered the counties of...

 
Hayama (Yoshiki) typescript

Relates to the history of, and current situation in, the Japanese Communist Party. Original article published in Sovremennaia IAponiia (Present Day Japan), edited by P. Mif and G. Voitinsky (Moscow, 1934)

Hayami (Stanley) Diary

Stanley Hayami was a Japanese American student from Los Angeles who attended high school at the Heart Mountain concentration camp in Wyoming.

 
Hayden (Charles H. and Richard M.) Papers

Charles H. Hayden (1827-1919) and Richard M. Hayden (1841-1936) lived in Callahan's Ranch (now Callahan) in Siskiyou County, California. The small collection contains bills of sale, receipts, and ephemera related to their life and business operations in Callahan's Ranch, California.

 
Hayden collection, [ca. 1950-1983]

Research materials relating to his writings on backpacking, hunting, fishing, conservation and wilderness areas in California and the west.

 
Hayden, Thomas E. Letters from clients of Thomas E. Hayden concerning legal matters, 1855-1856.

Preferred citation: Letters from clients of Thomas E. Hayden concerning legal matters, BANC MSS C-B 985, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
Hayden (Tom) Belmont Learning Complex Investigation Collection

The Belmont Learning Complex (BLC) was established in an effort to relieve overcrowding in schools west of Downtown Los Angeles, as well as to provide a neighborhood school for students who were bused long distances (primarily to the San Fernando...

 
Hayden (Tom) Papers

Tom Hayden, Democrat, was a State Assembly Member, 1983-1992 and a State Senator, 1993-1998. He represented the 44th Assembly District in Los Angeles County until 1992 when his Assembly seat was eliminated with redistricting. Hayden was then elected to the...

 
Haydon L. Boatner letter, 1971

1 letter (TLS) from John K. Fairbank, Harvard University, to Alex de Conde, UCSB Professor of History , 1971, re accompanying Boatner resume and typescript critique of Barbara Tuchman's Stillwell and the American Experience in China, based on Boatner's first-hand...

 
Hayek (Friedrich A. von) Papers

Diaries, correspondence, speeches and writings, notes, conference papers, conference programs, printed matter, sound recordings, and photographs, relating to laissez-faire economics and associated concepts of liberty, and especially to activities of the Mont Pèlerin Society. Also available on microfilm (139 reels)....

 
Hayes (Elinor) collection

Memoranda sent to the Santa Barbara (California) News-Press by the national wire services and the United Office Office of Censorship, containing instructions to editors for censorship of war stories. Includes a few photographs.

 
Hayes Family Collection

Assorted scrapbooks, research material, preservation records, manuscripts and television programs related to Mary Hayes Chynoweth, the Hayes Family, and Hayes Mansion.

 
Hayes (Gordon H.) Collection of Materials on the U.S. Army 209th Signal Pigeon Company

The collection documents the use of racing homer pigeons during World War II to carry messages. The collection consists primarily of publications, photographs, and documents related to WWII and the use of racing pigeons. Also included are messages carried by...

 
Hayes (James) papers

Reports, minutes, correspondence, memoranda, contracts, maps, and printed matter, relating to various aspects of governmental administration of Hong Kong, and especially to regulation of labor. Includes scrolls of calligraphy by Ching dynasty scholar-officials of Kwangtung Province, China.

 
Hayes (Janet Gray) Papers

In 1974 Janet Gray Hayes became mayor of San Jose, California and the first female elected to the office of mayor of a large American city. She was overwhelmingly reelected to a second term, and served as mayor until 1982....

 
Hayes Mansion Papers

Papers document efforts circa 1979-1981 to preserve the Hayes Mansion in San Jose, California. Includes grant proposals and related documents, background on the mansion and Mary Hayes Chynoweth, City Council minutes and City Ordinances, records of the Association to Save...

 
Hayes (Robert M.) Papers

Robert Mayo Hayes pioneered in the development of digital data storage and retrieval, information transfer, systems analysis and design research. His work has had a major impact on information policy and the economics of library operations. Spanning two decades (1955-1976),...

 
Hayes (Sam) Scrapbook

Scrapbook which includes newspaper and periodical clippings from the late 19th century, as well as a Thanksgiving dinner menu dated November 30, 1893.

 
Hayfield House and related photographs from the Gary J. Torre papers [graphic].

Exterior and interior views of Hayfield House in Saratoga, Calif., chiefly taken about 1970. Hayfield House was designed by Julia Morgan and built for Chauncey and Henriette Goodrich in 1920-1921. Eight photographs depict decorations in the house for the 1948...

 
Hayfield House construction records, 1919-1922.

Consists of correspondence of Julia Morgan, with Chauncey Goodrich and Henriette Goodrich, the contract and notes on building of Hayfield House.

 
The Hayler's Mexican tour, October-November 1948 [graphic]

Photographic post cards, snapshots and some printed illustrations, primarily from Mexico City, Puebla, Taxco, Acapulco, etc. Some locations in Arizona included.

 
Haymaker (Webb) Founders of Neurology archive.

Much of this collection consists of correspondence, texts, and photographs created and gathered for an exhibit about individuals important in the history of basic and clinical neuroscience. The materials of this multi-authored, international endeavor were expanded, under leadership and editing...

 
Hayman (Al) letters

Al Hayman was a theatrical producer and manager. The collection consists of carbon-copy holograph letters written by Hayman and compiled in two bound volumes.

 
Haynes (Charles) Manuscript Translation of Duplessis's California, or the Gold Seekers of Sacramento

This bound volume was acquired for its inclusion of Charles H. Haynes's translation of Duplessis's California, or the gold seekers of Sacramento. It is a holographic manuscript written in the blank pages preceded by John F. Ames's The mnemosynum.

 
Haynes Foundation reports

The Haynes Foundation reports consists of 5 reports funded, and published, by the Haynes Foundation that describe and examine social and economic conditions in Los Angeles between 1948 and 1950. The reports were originally held by the Research Department of...

 
Haynes (Frederick Douglas) Family Papers, 1935-1980

Consists of correspondence, sermons, and other papers of Haynes, a Baptist clergyman active in church affairs and civil rights; his second wife, Charlie Mae (Crawford) Lomax Haynes, a singer, church worker, and successful candidate for the School Board, who was...

 
Haynes (John R.) Papers

John Randolph Haynes (1853-1937) was involved with incorporating initiative, referendum, and recall amendments in the Los Angeles City Charter (1903), and was a member of the Los Angeles County Probation Committee (1915-25), a member and president of the Los Angeles...

 
Haynes (Mabel) Collection

Mabel Haynes was born in Shanghai in 1918, and lived and worked in Shanghai and Hong Kong until 1949, when she and her husband fled from the new Communist regime. The collection consists of items collected by Haynes related to...

 
Hays (Alice N.) Notebook and Papers

Notebook contains entries regarding her visits to libraries in England (Bodleian Library, Radcliffe Library of Science, Oxford Public Library, British Museum Library, and others) and France (Bibliotheque National and public libraries in Paris) during August and September 1909 (studying library...

 
Hays (Alice N.) Papers

Letters written to A. N. Hays, and printed matter, relating to the internment of Japanese-Americans in relocation centers during World War II.

 
Hays (George Price) papers

Orders, certificates, clippings, and photographs, relating mainly to the occupation of Germany and Austria after World War II.

 
Hays, Lawrence Brooks: Papers

Papers of U.S. Congressman Brooks Hays are held in several repositories including the JFK Library in Boston, the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, the Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives in Nashville, the Library of Congress in Washington D.C., Rutgers...

 
Hays (Peter L.) Papers

Peter L. Hays (1938- ) served as Professor of English at the University of California, Davis from 1966-2004. His papers contain a small amount of correspondence from his teaching and research including brief letters from Bernard Malamud, Arthur Miller, William...

 
Hays (Susannah) papers

Collection contains photographs and documents from artist, Susannah Hays.

 
Hays (Terence) Papers

Papers of anthropologist and professor Terence Hays. The archive primarily concerns Hays' three field studies in the Papua New Guinea highlands in 1971-1972, 1981, and 1985, where he researched language and interactions between the sexes. The collection includes correspondence, field...

 
Hays (William C.) Collection, 1894-1962

The collection documents the career of William C. Hays as an architect and as an educator working for the University of California.

 
Hayward & Muzzall Photograph Collection

This collection contains 170 photographs related to early California photographers E. J. Hayward and Henry Muzzall and consists chiefly of stereograph views of the Santa Barbara, California, region by Hayward & Muzzall, dating from the early 1870s to the mid...

 
Hazard (Barbara J.) papers

Diary entries, correspondence, printed matter, photographs, and slides, relating to artists in Leningrad/Saint Petersburg in the late Soviet and post-Soviet periods. Includes letters by Russian artists, photographs of their artwork and exhibit catalogs.

 
Hazard-Dyson Collection, ca. 1860-1905

Views of Los Angeles and environs collected by George W. Hazard and subsequently by Verne Dyson.

 
Hazard-Dyson Los Angeles photograph album

Album, compiled by G.W. Hazard, containing 989 photographs of early Los Angeles and surrounding cities.

 
Hazel Snell Schreiber papers, 1927-1958.

Consists of correspondence, manuscripts and clippings of her writings, and scrapbooks detailing Schreiber's literary pursuits in and around the San Francisco Bay Area and the successful 1944 campaign of Stanton Arthur Coblentz for California Poet Laureate. Also includes a small...

 
Hazel W. Severy oral history, 1972

Interview with the UCSB professor and former head of the Department of Natural Resources. Subjects include Stanford University, David Starr Jordan, Pacific College of Osteopathy, and UCSB. Interviewer: Gibbs M. Smith, UCSB Library Oral History Program, 1972. Interviewee(s): Hazel W....

Hazeltine (M. M.), Mendocino County Photographs, circa 1867-1869

Views of Mendocino and vicinity show views of the town (residences, public buildings), lumber mills and related scenes, surrounding scenery, and an Indian village (showing teepees made of scrap lumber).

 
Hazeltine (Martin Mason) stereoview collection

Fifty-three stereoviews, plus one duplicate, of Yosemite Valley and the California Big Trees scenic views. All marked with the studio imprint of John P. Soule. This "California" series of photographs was produced by the photographer Martin Mason Hazeltine (1827-1903), though...

 
H.B. Underhill documents relating to land in or near Stockton, 1853-1970.

Preferred citation: H.B. Underhill documents relating to land in or near Stockton, BANC MSS 69/149 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
H.C. Diehl papers concerning the Hopi Indians : Colorado Springs, 1957-1959.

As a friend of the Hopi Indians, Diehl carried on an extensive correspondence with members of Congress and others respecting legislation bearing upon Hopi affairs, particularly the act passed in July, 1958, establishing a special court to determine right of...

 
Head (Edith) papers

The Edith Head papers span the years 1911-1981 (bulk 1950s-1970s) and encompass 18 linear feet. The collection contains costume design drawings; general files, including clippings, programs, material related to fashion shows and tours, studio biographies, articles written by Head, and...

 
Head (Sydney Warren) papers

Photographs and miscellanea, relating to the condition of troops stationed in the United States and Hawaii during World War II.

 
Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar [videorecording]

Sixteen lectures on 8 DVDs comprise a full-length course presented at the 1987 Linguistic Institute held at Stanford University.

 
Heads of discourses preach'd ... : London : ms., 1849-1852 /

Contents.- [v.1] Heads of discourses preach'd in 1849.- [v.2] Heads and notes of discourses delivered ... in 1850. pt. 1.- [v.3] Notes of discourses delivered in Percy chapel ... 1850-51.- [v.4] Notes of discourses delivered in Percy chapel ... 1851-2....

 
Heald family papers, 1851-1870.

Letters from Heald family members and friends who had joined the gold rush in California, Peru, and Australia. Many are addressed to Mrs. Heald.

 
Heald (Samuel and George) Letters

The contents include letters to family, which include Samuel’s brother and sister-in-law updating them with his whereabouts. Samuel’s sister-in-law also replies with local news and gossip in a letter addressed both to her sister (Martha) and Samuel. There are a...

 
Heald (Samuel) Diaries

Four diaries of Samuel Healds travels to and from California, mostly by ship; also includes personal papers and receipts.

 
Healey (Dorothy) Papers

Dorothy Healey (b.1914) was a member of the Young Communist League (1928-), and the Communist Party (1932-1973). She was appointed a deputy labor commissioner by Governor Culbert Olson (1940), and served as the Chairman of the Los Angeles Communist Party...

 
Healey (Shevy Wallace) Papers : (CIO Los Angeles Organizing)

Materials related to CIO (Congress of Industrial Organizations) organizing activities in the 1930s and 1940s in the Los Angeles area, with a focus on the American Communications Association-CIO attempt to organize the Los Angeles Western Union Workers (1944-1945). There is...

 
Healing Alternatives Foundation Records

Records of the Healing Alternatives Foundation, including meeting minutes, correspondence, planning documents, publicity, newsletters, design/artwork files, funding sources and strategies.

 
Health and disease in Saudi Arabia : oral history transcript : the Aramco experience, 1940s-1990s / 1998.

Recollections of fourteen medical professionals in Saudi Arabia who from the early 1940s through the 1990s participated in a unique program to mitigate and solve not only the health problems of Aramco corporate employees and their dependents, but also those...

 
Health Care Council of Orange County Records

The collection documents the activities of the Health Care Council (HCC) of Orange County, California, a coalition of health-related organizations that works to improve access to healthcare services for all Orange County residents. Because HCC staff members serve as advocates...

 
Health Care Council of Orange County Records

The collection documents the activities of the Health Care Council (HCC) of Orange County, California, a coalition of health-related organizations that works to improve access to healthcare services for all Orange County residents. Because HCC staff members serve as advocates...

 
Health Care Services Department Records

The records of the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) document the earliest years of the California Medical Assistance Program (Medi-Cal), which was established in 1965. This record group contains 20.5 cubic feet of textual records and 12 audio reels....

 
Health Education Center Program Files (University of California, Irvine)

This collection comprises files for the educational and service programs administered by the Health Education Center at the University of California, Irvine.

 
Health Planning and Development, Office of Statewide Records

The record group consists of 25.5 cubic feet of textual records from the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development and related agencies covering the years 1967 to 1990. Memoranda, correspondence, and reports form the bulk of the material and...

 
Health Sciences (Center for the). Photographs.

Record Series 780 contains a scrapbook of black and white photographs and clippings concerning the construction of the Center for the Health Sciences.

 
Health Sciences Communications. Public Relations Materials

Public relations materials collected and created by Health Sciences Communications, formerly the UCSD School of Medicine Public Affairs Office and the Public Information Office of the UCSD Medical Center. Materials include newspaper clipping files for the School of Medicine (1961-1991)...

 
Healy (David) papers

The David Healy Papers collection consists of a draft of David Healy’s monograph and all associated interview transcripts/supplementary materials from his published oral history of psychopharmacology ( , Vols. I-III). It also contains research and testimony from multiple legal cases...

 
Healy (George M.) Papers

Photographs, scrapbooks, and a small amount of personal papers (police-related correspondence, ephemera, periodicals, and a few loose newsclippings) documenting Healy's SFPD career, from patrolman to Acting Chief of Police; and, to a lesser extent, his personal life. The collection reflects...

 
Healy (James A.) Collection

Clippings, pamphlets, and newspaper issues, relating to political and economic conditions in Ireland. Includes a motion picture film, entitled , produced by George Morrison. Also includes some correspondence between Herbert Hoover and J. A. Healy.

 
Healy (James A.) Collection of Irish literature

This collection of books, letters, and other manuscripts was amassed by James A. Healy from his early days as a bibliophile in the thirties until his death in 1975. Its greatest strengths are in the areas in which he had...

 
Healy (James A.) The literary renaissance and politics of Ireland : ephemera

Correspondence relating to the building of his book and manuscript collection, subject files, articles, publications, photographs, etc.

 
Heaney (Jack) Papers

This collection contains the papers of Scottish-American naval architect and interior designer Jack Heaney (1904-1972) primarily related to projects Heaney worked on in the mid 20th century at the marine design and naval architectural firm of George G. Sharp Inc....

 
Heaney, Seamus Poems : ms., 1970 Sept. - 1971 Feb.

Notebook containing drafts of the poems, and typescript copies with emendations in the author's hand.

 
Heard, Bartlett Bradford. Photographs from the Heard collection [graphic]

Includes 26 photos of Asilomar, California (buildings designed by Julia Morgan); views of the Heard residence (10 Roble Road, Berkeley); the Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona; Berlin, Germany; Manchester, England; and launching of "Dwight B. Heard" ship. Also present are portraits...

 
Heard (Gerald) papers

Henry Fitzgerald Heard (October 6, 1889-August 14, 1971) was interested in parapsychology, Vedanta, philosophy, and religion. He took honors in history at Cambridge, 1911, where he also did his postgraduate work in philosophy of religions. He lectured at Oxford University...

 
Hearn (Guy E.) papers

Eddie Hearn (1913-1987) was a founding member of the UCLA Theater Arts Department, and was largely responsible for the UCLA Macgowan Hall production facilities. He retired from UCLA (1978) and began designing or consulting on theaters around the world and...

 
Hearne Lantern Slide Collection

A collection of 887 slides, many of which are hand-colored. Some of the slides have the names of Los Angeles photographers such as Dresser, C.C. Pierce, Putnam-Valentine, and F.H. Maude. There are also quite a few with the marking of...

 
Hearne (Vicki) papers

This collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, and press clippings pertaining to Vicki Hearne, an American author, philosopher, and scholar of literary criticism and linguistics.

 
Hearst Castle Historic Preservation postal card and related papers, 1988 Sept. 20.

Includes one each of the postal card and the limited edition postal card (including a portrait of William Randolph Hearst), with accompanying explanatory material.

 
Hearst Corporation Los Angeles Examiner photographs, negatives and clippings - oversize portrait and subject files

This finding aid is for the oversize portrait and subject files of the Los Angeles Examiner photograph morgue.

 
Hearst Corporation Los Angeles Examiner photographs, negatives and clippings - subject photographs

This finding aid is for the subject files of the Los Angeles Examiner photograph morgue.

 
Hearst Corporation Los Angeles Examiner photographs, negatives and clippings--portrait files (A-F)

This finding aid is for letters A-F of portrait files of the Los Angeles Examiner photograph morgue. The finding aid for letters G-M is available at . The finding aid for letters N-Z is available at .

 
Hearst Corporation Los Angeles Examiner photographs, negatives and clippings--portrait files (G-M)

This finding aid is for letters G-M of portrait files of the Los Angeles Examiner photograph morgue. The finding aid for letters A-F is available at . The finding aid for letters N-Z is available at .

 
Hearst Corporation Los Angeles Examiner photographs, negatives and clippings--portrait files (N-Z)

This finding aid is for letters N-Z of portrait files of the Los Angeles Examiner photograph morgue. The finding aid for letters A-F is available at . The finding aid for letters G-M is available at .

Hearst (George and Phoebe Apperson) Papers

Contains personal and business papers of George Hearst and his wife, Phoebe Apperson Hearst. A small portion of the collection relates to Mr. Hearst, a rancher, mining tycoon, and politican. His papers include correspondence, illustrated mining notes and reports, bills...

 
Hearst (Millicent Willson) papers

The Millicent Willson Hearst Papers, 1914-1947 (bulk 1926-1935), contain social correspondence; charity files; real estate files for property in New York, Florida and Georgia; financial files; and personal and household expense files.

 
Hearst, Phoebe Apperson Photographs from the George and Phoebe Apperson Hearst papers [graphic].

Miscellaneous collection of snapshots, studio portraits, photos of art, postcards and a small number of tintypes and cartes-de-visite. Subjects include family portraits, world travels, archeological sites and many photos of unidentified people taken in various places. Locations include the Hacienda...

Hearst Ranch and Cayucos Photograph Collection, c.1890 - c.1930 (bulk 1920s)

The Hearst Ranch and Cayucos Photograph Collection contains nine vintage snapshots and 1 mounted print believed to have been taken by longtime Central Coast resident Clayton Leonard Morss (1891-1967). Includes black-and-white snapshots of construction of the Hearst Ranch in San...

 
Hearst residence photographs, Washington D.C. [graphic]

Photographs show one exterior view and lavish interiors in the Hearst residence in Washington D.C.

 
Hearst (William Randolph) and Reilly (Emmett) Correspondence

Correspondence from William Randolph Hearst and Millicent Hearst to San Simeon chef Emmett Reilly.

 
Hearst (William Randolph) Caricatures Collection

Published caricatures and illustrations of William Randolph Hearst, an American newspaper publisher. Sources include illustrations published in Puck, Harper’s Weekly, and Judge.

 
Hearst (William Randolph) Jr. Papers

Consists of 19 bound scrapbooks, correspondence and clippings chronicling the career of William Randolph Hearst, Jr. Born in New York City Jan. 27, 1908 to newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst and Millicent Willson Hearst. In 1928 he began his career...

 
Hearst (William Randolph) Papers

Consists of a portion of William Randolph Hearst's business and personal office files primarily for the years 1927-1929, 1937-1938, and 1944-1947. The papers present an overview of of Hearst's newspaper empire and his management and editorial styles; provide a glimpse...

 
Hearst-Grand Canyon Collection

Photographs, photocopies, and microfiche of federal records relating to property on the south rim of the Grand Canyon once owned by William Randolph Hearst.

 
Heart Mountain Relocation Center Collection

The Heart Mountain Relocation Center was built during the summer of 1942 and received its first contingent of Japanese-Americans August 12, 1942. It is located in Park County, northwestern Wyoming. The collection contains Community Camp Council meeting minutes, camp laws,...

 
Heart Mountain Relocation Center records, 1943-1945.

Consists of Heart Mountain Relocation Center Community Council minutes and laws. Also includes Wash. Daily News Digest (Japanese edition).

 
Heartland Institute collection

Serial issues, newsletters, bulletins, reports and other printed matter, as well as video and sound recordings, issued by free market and anti-regulatory organizations, relating to environmental and economic public policy issues in the United States. Collected by the Heartland Institute.

 
HEARTS & QUARKS Production Materials

Collection consists of original 16mm film negatives (with 3/4 inch video copies), audio tapes, and transcripts of interviews with Dr. Norman Shumway and Prof. Sidney Drell and of a conversation between Shumway and Drell.

 
Heartwell (H.L.) Collection

H.L. "Sea-biscuit" Heartwell served as a civilian attached to the United States Army Air Corps in China in the 1940s, and as a technician for the Chinese National Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (CNRRA) after the war. The collection contains items...

 
Heat budgets of the tropical ocean, March 10, 1983. [sound recording]

The accession consists of one audio cassette tape recording of a lecture delivered by Pearn Peter Niiler entitled, "Heat Budgets of the Tropical Oceans." The lecture was given on March 10, 1983 at 3 p.m. at Sumner Auditorium at the...

 
Heath, Edward [Letters to Sir John and Sir Edward Heath].

A collection of 5 letters and 1 separate address leaf written to Sir John Heath and Sir Edward Heath, the sons of Sir Robert Heath. The letters from Thomas Foster, John Hunt and William Vanbrugh concern business matters, but the...

 
Heath (Harold) Papers

Miscellaneous papers consisting of a notebook, 1898-1900, with notes and field observations; a note from Heath to Hubert Schenck, undated, and a description and drawings of Nucula rugosa, 1937-1943; reprint of THE ANATOMY OF THE PELECYPOD FAMILY ARCIDAE, 1941, and...

 
Heath (Richard A.) Early Lockheed History Collection

Early history of the Loughead (later Lockheed) family and aircraft company, located in Santa Barbara, ca. 1916-1921. Assembled by Richard A. Heath. Includes numerous photographs.

 
Heath Robinson letter, 1962 August 23

One letter (TLS), an aerogramme from [?] Dent of J.M. Dent & Sons, Ltd., Publishers, to John Coulthard of San Francisco, re Heath Robinson who had illustrated a number of children's books for Dent. London, 23 August 1962. Alpha list.

 
Heatherwick Kirk works, circa 1901.

Poem titled "Drifting" (3 typescript leaves), essay "Joaquin Miller at Home" (27 manuscript leaves, dated 1901 and signed by the author) and the essay "The man with the hoe and the man with brains" about the French painter Millet and...

 
Heber Gowen letters : to his family : ALS, 1851 July 27-1862 May 12.

Twenty-two letters from Heber Gowen to his family in Kennebunk, Me., written from various California locations, mostly Petaluma. The letters describe the climate, Gowen's business ventures, sending money home, and life in Calif. Gowen arranges for his son to join...

Hebrew Teachers College & the College of Judaica, Academic Departments and Schools, University Archives (Institutional Records)

The records in this series contain materials related to the Hebrew Teachers College & the College of Judaica. Subseries include the Catalogs, Class Schedules, Description of Courses, Registration Reports, Colloquiums, and Faculty Meeting Minutes.

 
Hebuck (Uno J.) Collection

As a lifelong resident of the Roseville and Rocklin area, Uno Jacob Hebuck was especially suited to document the history of pioneer families of Placer County. Hebuck was born on September 27, 1897 in Roseville, California. The Uno J....

 
Hechinger (Fred M.) Papers

A noted American journalist and education editor, the collection includes speeches and writings, correspondence, reviews, memoranda, studies, scrapbooks, and printed matter, all relating to education in the United States.

 
Hecke (George H.) Papers.

Business and personal correspondence of George H. Hecke (1868-1950?), Yolo County, California farmer and California's first Director of Agriculture. Collection also includes one volume of minutes of the California State Board of Agriculture and one scrapbook illustrating outbreaks of hoof...

 
Hecla Consolidated Mining Company : two blank checks, 1880s-1890s.

Two blank checks, one countersigned by H. Knippenberg.

 
Hector and Laurena Alliot Manuscript Collection

Dr. Hector Alliot (1862-1919), was the first curator for the Southwest Society of the Archaeological Institute collections in 1901, and in 1912, he oversaw its transfer to the Southwest Museum where he became Director in 1917. The collection consists of...

 
Hedding (Truman Johnson) papers

Orders and personnel records, relating to American naval aviation, especially in the Pacific Theater during World War II.

 
Hedgerow Theatre Repertory Company records, 1923-1956.

Reviews, newspaper clippings, speeches, interviews, directing notes and acting class notes and correspondence, chiefly by Jasper Deeter. Also minutes and committee meeting notes.

 
Hedrick (E.R.) Papers

E.R. Hedrick (1876-1943) was a professor of mathematics at UCLA (1937- ), and provost. He also served as vice-president for the University of California, was the editor-in-chief of the (1921-37), vice-president (1916) and president (1929-30) of the American Mathematical Society,...

 
Hedrick (Jerry L.) Papers

Hedrick's correspondence and manuscripts, as well as meeting, seminar and conference materials.

 
Heeger (Alan J.) Papers

The Alan J. Heeger papers contain a large number of drafts, manuscripts, and correspondence relating to journal articles, conference papers, and patent applications, including files on his Nobel Prize-winning work. Also included are some materials from Heeger's college days and...

 
Heerman (Victor) papers

The Victor Heerman papers span the years 1917-1976 (bulk 1917-1946) and encompass 8 linear feet. The collection contains primarily script material in the form of various versions of scripts or scenarios written by Victor Heerman and/or Sarah Mason for more...

 
Heffernan (Helen) papers

This collection contains correspondence, photographs, and other material regarding Helen Heffernan, an educator who spent most of her career with the California State Department of Education. Includes personal correspondence and documents pertaining to her professional teaching career as well as...

 
Hefron (Peter Oslin) papers

The papers contain materials relating to American military activities during the Vietnam War, including a memoir, propaganda leaflets, other printed matter, and photographs. Also includes photographs of postwar Vietnam; and photographs, postcards, guidebooks, and other printed matter relating to war...

 
Hegemann (Elizabeth Compton) Photograph Collection of Navajo Indians and the Southwest

This collection contains photographs of Elizabeth Compton Hegemann’s travels through the Navajo Indian Reservation and the Grand Canyon from 1922 to 1934. It also documents Southwest Indian life and archaeological monuments during Hegemann’s career based at the Shonto Trading Post....

 
Heghen (Mary) Papers

Collection consists of photographs and manuscripts....

 
Hegland (Sheridan) papers

Speeches and writings, transcript of interview, newsletters, clippings, other printed matter, and audiovisual materials, relating to education in California, and especially to California state legislation regarding education.

 
Heidemann (Gerd) collection on B. Traven

This collection contains correspondence, transcripts, notes, photographs, and other material compiled by reporter Gerd Heidemann in his quest to discover the identity of B. Traven (also known as Ret Marut), editor of the German revolutionary journal . A complete run...

 
Heiden (Dimitri F., Graf) Memoirs

Relates to the involvement of Russia in World War I and the Russian Revolution and Civil War.

 
Heidrich (Arnost) Writings

Relates to conditions in Czechoslovakia during World War II, the postwar communist regime in Czechoslovakia, and postwar world politics.

 
Heifetz (Harold) Nineteenth Century English Illustrations Collection

Harold Heifetz (1919- ) was a playwright and author. The collection consists of 59 engravings and lithographs representative of 19th century book illustration. Illustrations are mostly English, although a few French and German prints are included.

 
Heifetz (Jascha) Collection

The collection contains primarily sound recordings of performances of Jascha Heifetz, but it also includes recordings of other artists, some of whom were collaborators with Heifetz, as well as one recording of his teacher, Leopold Auer. There are 920 10"...

 
Heilbron (Louis H.) collection

German national socialist memorabilia, including daggers, knife and sheath.

 
Heilbron (Louis H.) Papers

This collection contains the professional papers and materials of Louis H. Heilbron, a San Francisco-based labor law attorney who served on several boards overseeing higher education. He was instrumental in the development of the California State University system during...

 
Heiler (Friedrich) sermons

Delivered in Marburg, Germany.

 
Heiligenberg, Walter Papers, 1960-1994, bulk 1972-1994

The collection consists of papers of neurobiologist Walter Friedrich Heiligenberg. The collections includes correspondence, research reports, audio tape recordings of experiments, photographs, slides, figures for papers, teaching records including lecture notes, reading lists and syllabi, appointment calendars, manuscripts of publications,...

 
Heilmann (Ludwig Sebastian) memoir

Relates to German paratroop operations on the eastern and western fronts during World War II through the battle of Monte Cassino.

 
Heim (Emery H.) collection of music manuscripts and sheet music

Collection consists of manuscripts or ozalid copies of piano-vocal scores of popular songs collected by Emery H. Heim who was born in Hungary.

 
Heim Gallery records

London gallery directed by Andrew Ciechanowieck. Records include extensive correspondence with museums, galleries, collectors, and other colleagues in Europe and the United States. Photographs document paintings, drawings, sculptures, and decorative art sold and exhibited by, and offered to the gallery....

 
Heimendinger (Julien) Collection

Julien Heimendinger was a Renault salesman, with exclusive contracts to sell Renault vehicles in Shanghai in the 1930s. The collection consists of exclusivity contracts from 1934-1936 between Heimendinger and Renault, a letter from Renault offering discounts on certain Renault vehicles,...

 
Heimlich (William Friel) papers

Memoirs, correspondence, and an interview, relating to the American military entrance into and occupation of Berlin at the end of World War II. In part, photocopy.

 
Heims (Steven P.) collection

Orders, instructions, and printed matter, relating to the civil administration and relief of the Philippines, 1944, war crime trials in the Pacific, and the administration of government in Japan following World War II.

 
Heine (Peter L.) memoir

Relates to the foundation and early activities of Radio Free Europe.

 
Heiner (Laurence A.) Papers

These papers pertain to his attendance at Stanford and include registration cards, his scholar's commutation ticket for the Southern Pacific Railway, notebooks from geometry classes, notes from a lecture on steam engines, a letter from Prof. Ellwood Cubberley urging him...

 
Heiney (Donald) Papers

This collection contains the professional papers of Donald Heiney, documenting his work as a novelist and critic. It includes manuscripts, correspondence, notebooks, proofs, newspaper clippings, photographs, and research files relating to his novels and critical works.

 
Heinhold's First and Last Chance Saloon (Oakland, Calif.) photograph

This is a single blue colored advertising postcard of the Heinhold's First and Last Chance Bar, with the caption "Original bar made famous by Jack London, Foot of Webster Street, Oakland, Calif."

 
Heinlein family papers

Correspondence, diaries, notes, and miscellany, relating mainly to conditions in Germany during World War II and to German military operations. Includes correspondence with family members serving in the German army.

 
Heinlein (Robert A. and Virginia G.) Papers

The collection documents the professional and personal lives of science fiction author Robert Heinlein and his wife, Virginia Heinlein. Materials in the collection include manuscripts, short stories, articles, book reviews, screen plays, television and radio programs, personal and professional correspondence,...

 
Heinlen family papers, 1865-1916.

Chiefly concerning the land and cattle interests of John Heinlen and his sons. A few letters and accounts of John R. and George A. Heinlen. Diplomas, 1880 & 1882, of Anna J. and Mary E. Heinlen, from the University of...

 
Heinrich Kleinschmidt letters : ALS, 1851-1853.

Correspondence with members of the family in Germany, advising them on preparations for a journey to St. Louis, Missouri. With typed translation of one letter.

 
Heinrich Lienhard page proofs of "Californien" and related papers, 1847-1930.

Page proofs of Lienhard's "Californien unmittelbar vor und nach der Entdeckung des Goldes" with annotations and corrections in his hand, evidently not incorporated into any later editions or translations (folder 1), and photocopies of Lienhard family correspondence relating to Lienhard...

 
Heinrich (Willi) holograph

Relates to German naval operations during World War II, and to prisoners of war in Norway.

 
Heintz (Ralph M.) Prints, tracings, and sketches

Prints, tracings, and sketches of technical equipment such as compressors and generators....

 
Heintz, Ralph Morrell Photographs from the Ralph M. Heintz papers [graphic]

Portraits of Heintz at work, views of radio equipment, transmitters, and machinery built by the company of Jack & Heintz.

 
Heintzelman (Samuel P.) Biographical Collection

Major General Samuel Peter Heintzelman (1805-1880) was a Major General in the United States Army and served in the military from 1825-1869. This collection of biographical material spans from 1864-1880 and includes two book excerpts and typed copies of a...

 
Heinz (Grete) collection

Photographs, mainly depicting the reinterment of the Austrian socialist leader Otto Bauer in Vienna in 1948. Collected by Grete and Otto Heinz.

 
Heinz (Karl) study

Relates to workers' councils in Austria during the period 1918-1923. The study formed, in part, the basis for the book by Rolf Reventlow, Zwischen Alliierten und Bolschewiken: Arbeiterräte in österreich 1918 bis 1923 (Vienna, 1969). Includes both original typescript and...

 
Heinz (Luther Carl) papers

Orders, personnel records, and photographs, relating to American naval operations.

 
Heinz Piontek photograph, 1925-2003

(1925-2003). One black and white photograph of German writer Heinz Piontek, laid in his Eh de Wind umsprang (PT2676.I55 E32 1985). Alpha list.

 
Heisler (Ivan C. F.) motion picture film

Depicts Leon Trotsky, his wife and members of his entourage, and the artist Diego Rivera and his wife, in Coyoacan, Mexico. Includes original print, two reference prints, and video tape duplicate.

 
Heisler (Stuart) Papers

Stuart Heisler began his career in the film industry in 1913. He became a film editor and later a director of motion pictures. In the late 1950s and throughout the 60s, Heisler also did a substantial amount of television work....

 
Heist (Rev. A.A.) Papers

A small, but rich collection of correspondence, articles, clippings and sermon notes of Reverend Aaron Allen Heist, a Methodist minister driven by his Christian faith to lead a life of activism for social justice in the mid twentieth century.

 
Heitman (Sidney) typescript

Relates to social, political, and economic conditions of, and current trends among, Germans in the Soviet Union. Study prepared for the United States Department of State Office of External Research.

 
Heizer (Robert Fleming) Papers

Heizer directed important field work in the Sacramento Valley of California, near Lovelock, Nevada, and the Mayan sites of La Venta, Tabasco, Mexico and Abaj Takalik, Guatemala. He published more than 500 books and articles concerning archaeology and anthropology. He...

 
Hejinian (Lyn) Papers

Papers of Lyn Hejinian, American poet, publisher and editor of Tuumba Press, co-editor of POETICS JOURNAL, and co-director of the literary project Atelos. She has been a member of the Poetics Faculty at the New College of California and is...

 
Helberg (Alice) Collection of Vermont Business Records and Civil War Correspondence

The Helberg Collection consists of three Vermont farm ledgers (1806-1842); Underwood family Vermont land records (1792-1836); Bliss and Woodward-Underwood family genealogies; T.J. Edson Iowa and Wisconsin land records (1856-1867); and, T.J. Edson's Civil War correspondence, other Civil War papers and...

 
Helbush (William W.) Collection of Water Project Records

The collection consists of primary and secondary source materials collected by William Helbush in his position as engineer for the San Francisco Department of Public Works. The collection contains project records, including reports, contracts, notes, specifications, plans, blueprints, and site...

 
Held (Julius S.) Papers

Research papers of Julius Samuel Held, American art historian renowned for his scholarship in 16th- and 17th-century Dutch and Flemish art, expert on Peter Paul Rubens, Anthony van Dyck, and Rembrandt. The ca. 70 linear feet of material, dating from...

 
Helen A. Salz papers, [ca. 1922-1978]

Includes: correspondence; drafts of writings; photographs, including photographs of Salz's paintings; clipping files; materials relating to Salz's husband Ansley Salz; and a typescript diary of a trip to South America, 1922-1923.

 
Helen Adam papers, circa 1947-1993.

Contains seventeen journals of various sizes containing clippings, quotations, visual images, collages, advertisements, and other inserted materials. Also contains handwritten and typescript correspondence, poems, articles, photographs of Helen Adam, ephemera, etc.

 
Helen Crocker Russell papers relating primarily to her philanthropic and cultural activities.

Correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, clippings and photographs, relating to her activities with UNESCO, San Francisco Foundation, San Francisco Museum, and other philanthropic organizations.

 
Helen E. Haines letter, 1932 January 15

(1872-1961) One letter (TLS) from American editor, bibliographer, and library educator, Helen E. Haines, to Dr. Sweet, re his analysis of Mourning Becomes Electra. Pasadena, Jan. 15 , 1932. Laid in Eugene O'Neill, Mourning Becomes Electra (New York: H. Liveright,...

 
Helen E. Nelson photograph collection [graphic]

Photographs include family snapshots, portraits, proof sheets. Many items relate to politics and government, labor issues, consumer advocacy, etc. Also includes textual material. Ephemera includes buttons, business cards, name tags, etc.

 
Helen Elizabeth Haines papers, 1891-1973.

Contains correspondence and other papers and printed materials, with a detailed index, concerning Helen Haines' career as a librarian specializing in book selection, a book review columnist, and an instructor at the Los Angeles Public Library, Library School. Includes general...

 
Helen French collection on Nora May French, circa 1891-1927, 1960.

Clippings, material relating to Henry Wells and the Wells family, notes and correspondence concerning Nora May French.

 
Helen Gahagan Douglas letter, 1969 April 23

One letter (TLS) to Mrs. David Ellis Lit, re book The Eleanor Roosevelt We Knew, Sept. 19 , 1963; also one letter (ALS) to Harriette von Breton, soliciting gifts for the Harlem School of the Arts, Inc. New York, 23...

 
Helen Gahagan Douglas Oral History Project research files.

Correspondence, clippings, notes, programs collected or generated during the preparation of Douglas' oral history interviews. (Final transcripts cataloged as BANC MSS 82/51 c.)

 
Helen Gahagan Douglas project : oral history transcript / and related material, 1973-1982.

Comments on career as actress and opera singer; marriage to Melvyn Douglas; years as Congresswoman, 1944-50; 1950 Senate campaign running against Richard Nixon and aftermath; women and independence; speaking engagements and civic activities since 1950. Appended: photocopies of Gahagan family...

 
Helen Gahagan Douglas Project: family, friends, and the theater: The years before and after politics : oral history transcript / and related material, 1976-1981.

Office, Bancroft Library. (Copies of photographs inserted; photocopies of documentary material appended to some interviews).

 
Helen Gahagan Douglas Project: The Congress Years, 1944-1950 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1976-1981.

Interviewees, and titles of interviews, as follows: (Copies of photographs inserted; photocopies of documentary material appended to many interviews): Juanita Terry Barbee. Helen Gahagan Douglas's Office Staff--Work and Relaxation. Rachel Bell. Helen Gahagan Douglas and Foreign Policy. Arthur Goldschmidt. Helen...

 
Helen Gahagan Douglas Project: The Political Campaigns : oral history transcript / and related material, 1976-1981.

Interviews relating mainly to the 1950 U.S. Senate campaign in California and the preceding primary election. Copies of photographs inserted; copies of some documentary material appended to interviews.

 
Helen Gentry letter and list : Santa Fe, N.M., to James D. Hart, ALS and typescript, 1983-1987.

3 page letter of Nov.1, 1983 refers to "Clink" Greenhood's illness and a forthcoming donation of letters, books, and writings to The Bancroft Library. Refers to the old days of the Grabhorn Press and their friendship. Also includes a 2...

 
Helen Harding Bretnor papers, 1955-1961

Box 1 relates primarily to her translation of Jean Nicolas Perlot's autobiography, Gold Seeker. Included is correspondence with Alfred A. Knopf, Dale L. Morgan, Ghislaine LeJeune (Perlot's granddaughter) and others; notes; a photocopy of her manuscript, and several reviews of...

 
Helen Hunt Jackson letters : ALS, 1871 and n.d.

Literary letter to Jeany Gilder, sister of the editor and critic Richard Watson Gilder (1971 March 14.) castigating Osgood & Co., the publisher of her first book, Verses (1870); personal letter to "Dearest [Botame?] strongly apologetic for having missed a...

 
Helen Hunt Jackson letters : to Amelia Quinton and Abbot Kinney : ALS, 1880 Dec.-1884 Feb.

Ten letters to Mrs. Amelia Smith Quinton date from Dec. 18, 1880 to Feb. 19, 1884 and were written from Colorado Springs, New York City, and various other locations including Brevoort NY, Warlington, Cambridge, and San Diego. Some of these...

 
Helen Hunt Jackson note, 1873 December 24

(1830-1895). One note (ANS) by the American author, best known for Ramona, sending regards. Colorado Springs, 24 Dec. 24,1873. Laid in Jackson's Verses (Sweet PS2107.V4 1874). Alpha list.

 
Helen Hyde Woodcuts, 1903-1914

Helen Hyde was raised in San Francisco, then lived in France, Germany and Japan. She spent 15 years in Tokyo mastering traditional Japanese brush painting and woodcuts. She died in Pasadena, California. This is a small collection of colored woodcuts...

 
Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies collection

Transcripts of autobiographical statements by the philosopher Manfred Buhr, the journalist Günter Wirth, and political officials Günter Kleiber and Manfred Uschner, relating to political and intellectual conditions in East Germany prior to German reunification. Collected by the Helen Kellogg Institute...

 
Helen Lyon Hawkins draft of her novel, Fear is the enemy, and material used in preparation, 1955.

Notes, bibliography and clippings concerning F. Simcoe, Indians (including "Prophet dances") and pioneers in Washington.

 
Helen Lyon Hawkins papers, [ca. 1900-1976].

Manuscripts of articles, plays (one on Lotta Crabtree), short stories, poems, and novels, most of them unpublished. Also included are notes and manuscript drafts of her unpublished book on Belinda Mulrooney Carbonneau's adventures in Alaska.

 
Helen Matthewson Club. Audio tapes.

Record Series 442 contains audio tapes generated by the Helen Matthewson Club.

 
Helen Matthewson Club. History notebooks.

Record Series 443 contains the history notebooks of the Helen Matthewson Club.

 
Helen Matthewson Club. Minutes of meetings.

Record Series 444 contains minutes and bulletins from the Helen Matthewson Club. It also includes minutes from the Phenix board of directors.

 
Helen Matthewson Club. Scrapbooks.

This series contains scrapbooks produced by members of the Helen Matthewson Club.

 
Helen Matthewson Club. Subject files.

Record Series 446 contains the subject files of the Helen Matthewson Club (HMC) and alumnae.

 
Helen Messinger Murdoch autochrome views of Margaret Baylor's garden and other Santa Barbara area scenery [graphic].

Autochrome views of the Santa Barbara garden of Margaret Baylor and of the countryside around Santa Barbara and Ojai. Baylor appears posing in her garden in a few photographs. Another woman who is perhaps Murdoch also appears with Baylor in...

 
Helen Motto papers, 1930-1972.

The collection consists of personal and organizational correspondence; a scrapbook that chronicles Motto's many organizational involvements; a manuscript called "History and Development of the Jewish Community of Santa Barbara, 1923-1969," written by Motto; and papers that document Motto's work with...

 
Helen Nestor : oral history transcript : a life of making photographs in the San Francisco Bay Area / April-May 1992.

Nestor discusses her family background and childhood in the San Francisco Bay Area, and her life and career as a photographer. Included are her recollections of meeting Dorothea Lange, photographing the Free Speech Movement in Berkeley, California, and various projects...

 
Helen Nestor photographs from her oral history transcript [graphic]

View of the front of U.C. Berkeley's Sproul Hall during Free Speech Movement demonstration, photographed by Helen Nestor, 1963 (printed later?). Portrait of Nestor, photographed by Pamela Valois, 1991. Brochure for Richmond Art Center exhibition: Helen Nestor, 1968.

 
Helen R. Geballe papers, 1926-1980.

Papers; correspondence; and minutes from the various organizations with which Geballe was affiliated.

 
Helen R. MacGregor papers, 1927-1974 (bulk 1952-1974)

Family estate and property documents; correspondence, both professonal and personal, from 1930 to 1972; files relating to MacGregor's service on the Governor's Advisory Committee on Children & Youth (1959-1970) and the North Oakland District Council (1957-1974); newspaper clippings relating to...

 
Helen Rudolphi Tremble letters from Allan Seager, 1928-1995 (bulk 1928-1934)

Letters written by novelist and short story writer Allan Seager between 1928 and 1934, and a manuscript of his obituary from 1968; also includes a folder of letters from Stephen E. Connelly, who wrote a thesis on Seager, and three...

 
Helen S. Giffen notes for California mining town newspapers, 1850-1880, a bibliography, 1950s?

Typewritten alphabetical card file with names of newspapers and their dates of publication. Some cards have more extensive entries. Research material for her publication "California mining town newspapers, 1850-1880: a bibliography," published in 1954.

 
Helen S. Giffen papers, circa 1980-1989

This collections includes Helen Giffen's manuscripts and notes for her research on Georgiana Bruce Kirby

 
Helen S. Takeda oral history, 1998, 2004

Interviews with a Japanese Niseii family.

 
Helen Swett letters to her fiancé, Charles E. Schwartz : and other papers, 1898-1901.

Written from the family ranch, Hill Girt Farm at Martinez, Calif.; from San Francisco; from Stanford University, where she was a student, class of 1900; and from Alameda, Calif. where she taught nature studies in Alameda High School. Also, a...

 
Helen Woodruff letters : Highland Park (Los Angeles, Calif.), to Walter W. Jones, Rockwell Field, San Diego, Calif., 1918 Mar. 16 - Dec. 19.

Collection of manuscript love letters (165 letters, circa 900 p.) from a kindergarten teacher living in Los Angeles, Calif. to her fiancé stationed at an Army Air base in San Diego, Calif. Written over the course of 278 days, the...

 
[Helena Modjeska miscellanea].

Collection consists of playbill for the Fifth Avenue Theatre dated Jan. 8, 1878 for the play Adrienne starring Helena Modjeska, a Los Angeles Express article dated April 12, 1909 titled Solemn funeral services for late Madame Modjeska, an newspaper article...

 
Helene d'Asalena Sturgis papers, [ca. 1930-1957]

Correspondence, manuscripts, diaries, and clippings concerning her activity and interest in writing, particularly poetry.

 
Helene d'Asalena Sturgis pictorial collection, [graphic]

Primarily individual pencil sketches, and photographs of sculptures; includes an album of sketches on napkins, a sketchbook, and rolled group portrait of a 1923 conference at Asilomar, Calif.

 
Helene Jacob papers, circa 1910-1996.

The collection includes immigration, citizenship, and identity documents from Austria, Poland, Germany, and the United States for Helene Jacob, her first husband, Mark Gutter, and other members of the Gutter and Kohn family. These documents date from the late 1910s...

 
Helene Maxwell Brewer papers, 1900-1966.

The Helene Maxwell Brewer papers consist of notes, interviews, original correspondence, photographs, and partial drafts for an intended biography of Francis J. Heney. There are several folders of correspondence concerning Heney's unsuccessful 1918 campaign to be the governor of California....

 
[Helene Sturdivant portrait of unidentified actress] [graphic].

Unidentified woman posing in what appears to be an actress' costume.

 
Hellar (Jerome C.) Collection

Descended from one of Roseville's pioneer families, Jerome Clark Hellar was born on April 23, 1904 at 605 Oak St. in Roseville to Martin Colin Hellar and Elva Clark Hellar. He was thereafter known to family and friends as...

 
Heller Committee for Research in Social Economics budgets

The Heller Committee for Research in Social Economics budgets consists of thirty five budgets, 1933-1950, with accompanying explanatory text, on the cost of living for families of different occupations and for single women in San Francisco. The Heller Committee for...

 
Heller (Edmund). Baja California Field Notes

Notebook containing holograph field notes from Heller's 1902 exploratory trip to Baja California to collect specimens and data for the Field Museum of Chicago. Includes sketched maps of his routes and lists of the fauna and flora of the various...

 
Heller Ehrman historical collection

The collection consists of the historical collection of the Heller Ehrman law firm, including papers, books, photographs, and audiovisual materials related to the firm’s history, dated from 1893 to 2007.The materials were collected by Heller Ehrman staff to document the...

 
Heller (Elmer and Joseph) Collection on Richard P. Feynman

The small collection of 36 items contains 20 letters and postcards of Richard Feynman to his childhood friend Elmer W.Heller, in addition to letters from others to Elmer Heller, including two letters from Arline Greenbaum, Feynman's first wife. Also included...

 
Heller (Michael) Papers

The papers include correspondence dating from the early sixties with nearly 600 figures in the middle of the literary world including writers, critics, and publishers. Of particular note is correspondence with Cid Corman, Clayton Eshleman, Walter Hamady, Jackson Mac Low,...

 
Hellgrewe (Rudolf) printed material

Printed reproductions of drawings of people and scenes in German East Africa. Published in Berlin by J. Zenkers.

 
Hellman (Irving H.) Papers

Irving H. Hellman (1883- ) was the vice-president and director of the Hellman Commercial Trust & Savings Bank, director of the Merchants National Bank and the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. His hobby was horseback riding, and he was president...

 
Hellman (Isaias W.) Papers

Business papers, chiefly correspondence, pertaining to Hellman's activities in banking, electric and cable railway transportation, and real estate investment, particularly in southern California and San Francisco. Correspondence is with and about the banks and financial institutions with which Hellman was...

 
Hellman (Leah) Photograph Album, 1898

Photographs, ca. 1892-1912, of Leah Hellman and others. Most of the views are of recreational activities and show people at various Southern California tourist locations. There are several tintypes. See also: Leah Hellman Meyberg scrapbook, General Collection 1132.

Hellman (Martin Edward) Papers

The materials consist of research files, subject files, publications and correspondence documenting public key cryptography and the Beyond War project....

 
Hellman-Heller family papers, 1852-1937.

Land tenure records and memorials concerning the Hellman family originally from Los Angeles and the Heller family of San Francisco. Individuals concerned are: Isaias W. Hellman, Esther Hellman, Clara Hellman (Mrs. E.S. Heller), Emilie S. Heller, Edward Hellman Heller and...

 
"Hello, World: Politics and Poetry in the Discussion of Modern American Identity"

From the Hello, World website: This compilation of essays is an effort to find a young, modern voice that expresses what we feel everyday about politics, society and culture. We hope to explore what makes us American, what creates our...

 
Helms Autograph Collection

Commemorative United States presidential sets consisting of a medallion, a lithographic portrait and an autograph. Each set is framed and under plexi-glass and is current to Ronald Reagan. Also letters and other documents written or signed by well-known people. 1784-1956,...

 
Helms Bakery Collection

Placards and baked goods wrappers from Helms Bakery, 1930-1969

 
Helphand (Alexander) receipt

Receipt for funds from the German government for furtherance of revolutionary activities in Russia. Photocopy.

 
Helstien (Melvyn) papers

Melvyn B. Helstien (1920-90) received his Ph.D in theater from the University of Minnesota (1962). He became a professor in the Department of Theater Arts, UCLA (1963-86), served as Department Vice-chairman (1971-73), and again in 1981. The collection consists of...

Helstien (Melvyn) Papers

The Melvyn B. Helstien papers consist of slides, diapositives, pen & ink illustrations, correspondence, articles, newsletters, manuscripts, bibliographic materials, journals, photographs, slides, index cards, and essays produced and collected by Dr. Melvyn Helstien. The materials are from Afghanistan, Africa, Argentina,...

 
Helwig & Trood records : North Bloomfield, Calif., 1874-1886.

Contains 2 letters dealing with insurance for mine and delivery of order and receipts of the various incarnations of Helwig & Trood companies.

 
Helwig (John H.) Papers

The small collection contains materials from John H. Helwig related to a mining claim for the Jennie Lind Placer Mine in North Bloomfield, California in the late twentieth century.

 
Hemelraad family papers

This collection comprises photographs, documents and correspondence documenting the fate of members of a Dutch Jewish family, the Hemelraads, during the Holocaust.

 
Hemingway (Ernest) Collection

Articles by and about Ernest Hemingway published in magazines.

 
Hemingway (Ernest) Letters

Denne Petitclerc met Ernest Hemingway while Peticlerc was working as a reporter for a Miami, Florida newspaper. Four personal letters from Hemingway were donated to the Ruben Salazar Library in 1969 by Petitclerc. They are from a correspondence Petitclerc held...

 
Hemingway, George Thomson Papers, 1942-1999, bulk 1966-1999

The George Thomson Hemingway papers include correspondence, memoranda, data, photographs and reports. The bulk of the collection concerns the California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigation (CalCOFI). The collection includes files on CalCOFI history, drafts and correspondence concerning CalCOFI conferences and agreements,...

 
Hemmerdinger (William) papers, 1871, 1941-2007

This collection comprises the professional papers of William Hemmerdinger. The papers reflect Hemmerdinger's roles as writer, artist, gallerist and teacher, and are rich in artist research files as well as ephemera focusing on Southern California modern artists and galleries.

 
Hemphill, John P. Papers relating to the Madera Sugar Pine Lumber Co., [ca. 1922- 1924]

Include clippings about the Company and letters congratulating Hemphill on his appointment as general manager, 1924.

 
Hempl (George) Papers

Correspondence, biographical information, research notes, printed works, and photographs.

 
Hen Letter : to Lottie, 1862 November 5.

Holograph letter written on stationery of the 15th Vermont Regiment, Company A.

 
Henabery (Joseph and Jeanne) papers

The Joseph and Jeanne Henabery papers span the years 1905-1992 (bulk 1915-1973) and encompass 6.8 linear feet. The production material, comprising the majority of the collection, contains scripts, clippings, and occasional contracts and correspondence. There is coverage for most of...

 
Henando Limón papers, 1897-1913.

Documents relating mainly to his military career. Include statement by Joaquín Beltrán concerning Limón's participation in the attack against Vera Cruz and by Victoriano Huerta re services rendered in the campaign in Chihuahua against Pascual Orozco. Also included: Limon's certificate...

 
Henchey (Paul L.) Photography

Paul L. Henchey worked for the Southern Pacific Company. He enjoyed taking photographs of old mills, mines and buildings in rural areas in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah. The collection consists of 1350 negatives.

 
Hendel (Charles W.) Collection

Correspondence, business, legal and mining papers, field notes and surveys, miscellaneous mining materials....

 
Henderson (Algo Donmyer) papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, reports, bulletins, minutes, memoranda, and printed matter, relating to higher education in the United States, especially at Antioch College and the State University of New York, and to higher education for women.

 
Henderson (Bruce) Papers and Photographs

This collection consists of newspaper clippings, correspondence, and event programs collected by a student from the first class in 1965 at the University of California, Irvine.

 
Henderson (David). Death of the Ice Queen

Annotated typescript published in THE FLOATING BEAR....

 
Henderson (Duncan) production strip boards for THE PERFECT STORM

The Duncan Henderson production strip boards for THE PERFECT STORM are undated. There are four volumes holding strips of paper, each containing information about a scene for the script dated January 26, 1999. The information includes the scene, location, and...

 
Henderson, Elizabeth Foot Photographs from Mrs. Earl Warren's teas for wives of legislators [graphic]

Photographs show identified wives of legislators at two social teas hosted by Mrs. Earl Warren.

 
Henderson (Gertrud Greve) papers

Writings and sound recordings of an interview, relating to Richard Sorge, Soviet spy in the German Embassy in Japan. Includes an annotated affidavit by Joachim von Ribbentrop relating to the war crimes trial of Hiroshi Oshima, Japanese ambassador to Germany...

 
Henderson (Jeannette ) 1906 San Francisco Earthquake Collection

This collection documents a pictorial history of the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake. Included in this collection are newspaper clippings of the earthquake, personal accounts of the earthquake, correspondence, photographs, postcards, periodicals, maps, and ephemera.

 
Henderson (Lamar) collection

Pamphlets, serial issues, bulletins, newsletters, clippings, other printed matter, circulated material, letters, and notes, relating to drought and famine in Ethiopia, relief and development assistance to Ethiopia, and political conditions and civil war in Ethiopia.

 
Henderson (Loy W.) memoirs

Relates primarily to Soviet-American relations in the interwar period, and also to American Red Cross relief work in Russia, the Baltic States and Germany, 1919-1921, and to American-Irish relations. Published as A Question of Trust: The Origins of U.S.-Soviet Diplomatic...

 
Henderson (Randall) Papers

The Randall Henderson Papers (1905-1981, bulk 1930-1970) comprise correspondence, manuscripts, and printed materials relating to Henderson's professional and personal life. Of particular note are Henderson's activities as editor of and other publications, his work as a desert conservationist, and...

 
Hendricks (Donald S.) Papers

Original drawings by Donald S. Hendricks to illustrate John Rechy's (2003), together with emails from Rechy to Hendricks, and a set of paper dolls from hendricks' .

 
Hendrickson (Stephen) papers

The Stephen Hendrickson papers span the years 1991-1996 and encompass 3 linear feet. The collection contains production files, drawings, and photographs related to two films, DIGGSTOWN (1992) and EYE FOR AN EYE (1996)....

 
Hendrix (Kathleen) collection on Paul Monette

Kathleen Hendrix, humanitarian and former Los Angeles Times journalist, was a friend of both Paul Monette (1945-1995) and his partner in later life, Winston Wilde. Monette is best known for his contributions to contemporary gay American literature as a novelist...

 
Heneage Finch letter, 1679 April 7

[Earl of Nottingham]. One letter (ALS), addressed "My Lord," mainly re his sister's problems and her death. 7 Apr. 1679. Gift of G. Titus Purchase. Alpha list.

 
Heney (Francis J.) Papers

Contains mostly correspondence concerning Oregon land fraud cases, the San Francisco graft prosecutions, the Progressive Movement, and the Democratic Party in California. Some correspondence is addressed to Mrs. Heney, C.W. Cobb (Heney's law partner), and a few others. Also includes...

 
Henle (Raymond) collection

Four silver dollars, dated 1896, 1922, 1923, and 1924; and one coin from the Jamestown Exposition, 1907.

 
Henley (Edward Vernon) Student Papers

Collection consists of class exams and essays, 1902-1906; subjects include Latin, law (torts, equity, contracts), and English literature.

 
Hennesey Television Series - Collection of Scripts

The television series was a situational comedy that aired 1959-1962. The cast featured Jackie Cooper and Abbey Dalton. The collection consists of scripts and production information from the program

 
Hennessey (Daniel) Papers

This collection contains unsorted literary writings, student papers, journals, drawings, and biographical materials by Daniel Hennessey, who received a Ph.D. in Germanic Literatures at the University of Southern California in the mid-1960's and taught at California State University at Los...

Hennessy (John L.), President of Stanford University, Essays and Public Statements

Essay written during his fifth year as President of Stanford University.

Hennessy (John L.), President of Stanford University, Papers

Records from his term as President of Stanford University, along with the records of the Provost. Some of the records were generated by the previous administration of Gerhard Casper.

 
Hennessy (John), President of Stanford University, Inauguration

In addition to Hennessy's speech, the program also included remarks by Isaac Stein, president of the Board of Trustees, the Rev. Scotty McLennan, dean for religious life, and former university presidents Gerhard Casper, Donald Kennedy and Richard W. Lyman; the...

 
Henning/Sweeney Collection

Photos, correspondence, pamphlets relating to the Sweeney banjo and to banjos in general.

 
Henreid (Paul) papers

The Paul Henreid papers span the years 1934-1987 (bulk 1941-1974) and encompass 26 linear feet. The collection includes scripts, correspondence, scrapbooks, and photographs. The photograph series consists of 3,273 items, including prints, contact sheets, snapshots, postcards, 35mm motion picture film...

 
Henri Abraham Chatelain handcolored plate, 1720

Handcolored plate, "Nouvelle carte pour conduire a la connoissance de la marine et a demontrer la plus part des instrumens …," vol. 7, no. 42, of the Atlas Historique, published by Henri Abraham Chatelain, 1712. Gift of Virginia Backus Vanocur,...

 
Henri Cartier Bresson correspondence : to Ignacio Aguirre 1964-1965.

Contains one handwritten letter, one printed greeting card, and one postcard of Henri Cartier-Bresson and "Yoshi" to Mexican artist Ignacio Aguirre. The letter is written and signed by Cartier-Bresson. The postcard, mailed from Belgrade, Yugoslavia, is written and signed by...

 
Henri, comte de Boulainvilliers, writings, 1697-1722.

Contemporary transcripts of essays relating to various aspects of French history. V.1: Recueil de pièces detachées... concernant l'histoire de France. V.2: Extraits des mémoires des généralités de France (part of his État de France).

 
Henrietta S. and Mary E. Tower correspondence, 1879-1925 (bulk 1882-1894).

Contains correspondence, primarily between Henrietta S. Tower and her mother, Mary E. Tower. These letters refer to Henrietta Tower's time at San Francisco's Irving Institute, and Mary Tower's news of family, friends, and neighbors in Salt Spring Valley near Milton,...

 
Henriksen (Thomas H.) papers

Correspondence, reports, and printed matter, relating to guerrilla activities of the Frente de Liberta¸ão de Mo¸ambique, the Movimento Popular de Liberta¸ão de Angola, and the Partido Africano da Independência da Guiné e Cabo Verde, in Mozambique, Angola, and Guinea-Bissau and...

 
Henriot family papers, 1817-1930.

Includes birth and marriage certificates of Claude Henriot, French emigré, 1853; copy of birth registration, French Consulate, San Francisco, of his daughter, Emelie, who married 1st, H. Penelon, early photographer, Los Angeles, and 2d, C.F. Gauthier; Gauthier's baptism certificate; marriage...

 
Henrique J. Laidley papers, 1869-1984 (bulk 1869-1875).

Contains various materials related to the career of Portuguese diplomat, Henrique J. Laidley. Materials include a bound volume of a letterpress copy book with diplomatic correspondence, loose sheets of letterpress copy letters (1 folder), a hand painted flag of Portugal...

 
Henry A. Collin correspondence, 1856-1875 (bulk 1867-1869).

Contains 24 letters written to Collin's from various friends from Mt. Vernon, Iowa, now living in Calif., including Peter McDouall and C.P. Twiss. The letters discuss borax mining, saw mills, railroad right of way, the hot springs, weather and fires...

 
Henry A. Sanborn vs. the Madera Flume and Trading Company, 1882.

11 court documents mainly regarding the case of Sanborn vs. Madera Flume and Trading Company heard in Santa Clara County in 1882, in which Henry A. Sanborn sued for $26,000 in recompense for loss of livelihood due to an accident...

 
Henry Abbey letter, 1910 January 4

One letter (ALS) to Mr. Dole. [Rondont/Rondout?], New York, 4 Jan. 1910. Laid in Henry Abbey, The Dream of Love (Cambridge, Mass.: Riverside Press, 1910). Alpha list.

 
Henry Adams document, 1837 December 14

One mortgage document, conveying property from Henry Adams to Oliver S. Williams. New York, 14 Dec. 1837. Alpha list.

 
Henry A.H. Boot : the cavity magnetron and radar developments : oral history transcript of a tape recorded interview conducted by Arthur L. Norberg on August 9, 1977. History of Science and Technology Program, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, California, 1979.

One of a series of interviews documenting aspects of research and development at the Radiation Laboratory at Berkeley, including accelerator design, funding, institutional relations with the University and the Physics Department, new discoveries in physics and wartime research at Berkeley,...

 
Henry Alexander Wise letter, 1848 November 28

[U.S. minister to Brazil, 1844-1847; Governor of Virginia, 1856-1859; one of last acts as Governor was signing death warrant of John Brown]. One letter (ALS) from J[ames] C. Pickett to Wise, forwarding a letter from another party re information about...

 
Henry and Falk Vidaver letters, 1873 and 1889.

Consists of two letters, one from Henry Vidaver, then the rabbi of Temple B'nai Jeshurun, in New York City, to San Francisco's Congregation Sherith Israel, dated 13 Jan. 1873, recommending his brother Falk Vidaver become the San Francisco congregation's new...

 
Henry B. Barker correspondence : to Richard Barker, Whitehaven, England : ALS, 1826-1851.

Six letters from Henry Barker to his brother sent from Russia, Chile, at sea while en route to Calif., and San Francisco. He writes of his visits to the Kremlin in Moscow and to St. Petersburg, and then describes life...

 
Henry B. Brown papers, 1851-1853.

Includes agreement with Bartlett concerning his sketches; letters from Bartlett and Jacob B. Moore re the agreement, and from Alfred Ely Beach enquiring about reproducing the drawings in the New York Illustrated News; letters by Brown (original and photocopies) describing...

 
Henry B. Underhill certificates, 1860-1887.

Documents of San Francisco lawyer Henry B. Underhill, including certificates granting permission to practice law before the California and U.S. Supreme Courts.

 
Henry B. Waddilove papers, 1859-1864.

A diary, June 12-25, 1859, describes his trip to Yosemite and mentions Rev. Frederick C. Ewer, James M. Hutchings and Charles L. Weed. Papers also include a letter written by him, Mason demit, receipts, etc.

 
Henry Bennet, Earl of Arlington - document, 1680 July 21

(1618-1685). 1 document (ADS) re order for payment for a diamond ring, 21 July 1680. Alpha list.

 
Henry (Bill) Collection

Bill Henry (1890-1970) was an American writer and journalist who lived and worked in Los Angeles, California from 1907-1970. His professional interests focused on sports, automobiles, aviation, and presidential politics. This collection consists of his writings, research materials, correspondence, and...

 
Henry Billington Packer letters, 1849-1858.

Addressed to his fiancée and later his wife, Mary Elizabeth Judkins. Include letters (1850-1853) written en route overland to California and from Sacramento and Downieville, describing his experiences there. Biographical sketch also included.

 
Henry (Bob) papers

Bob Henry was a television producer, director, and writer who was best known for his work on variety television programs. Collection consists of annotated scripts and production material for television programs including the .

 
Henry Bradley Sheldon Letters, 1851-1858.

Letters of Rev. Henry B. Sheldon to his parents

 
Henry C. Day (Private, Co. D. 14th New Hampshire Vols.) letter, 1865 February 22

One letter (ALS), re … Savannah, Ga., Feb. 22, [1865].

 
Henry C. Reed letter to Louise W. Reed : San Francisco : ALS, 1879 Apr. 16.

Letters written to his wife in Princeton, Ill, primarily relating to the speculative character of people in California.

 
Henry C. Waring on University extension : oral history transcript / and related material, 1959-1960.

Comments by the business manager of Extension on its development and influence in the state; faculty, curriculum, income and budget; University accounting department.

 
Henry (Carl French) collection

This small collection consists of biographical materials of the Henry family (C.F. Henry, Rena M. Henry, his wife, Helen Henry, daughter and other family members), and Henry's records of marriages, correspondence, sermons, class lectures and information on Throop Memorial Universalist...

 
Henry Carter recollections, 1956.

Recollections of early settlers, ranching, mining, wild life and forest fires, ca. 1850-1856, in Trinity, Shasta and Siskiyou Counties.

 
Henry Chapman Ford notes on California missions, circa 1875-1894?

Preferred citation: Henry Chapman Ford notes on California missions, BANC MSS C-C 220, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
Henry (Charles Delano) letter

Relates to family affairs.

 
Henry Clay correspondence, 1827-1848.

Includes letter, June 22, l846, by Clay as President of the American Colonization Society re a bequest of some slaves he proposes to send to Liberia, and letters to Clay from William H. Harrison (Sept. 23, l827) and from Zachary...

 
Henry Clay engraved portrait, undated

Engraved portrait by J. B. Longacre from a painting by W. J. Hubard, n.d.

 
Henry Cohn papers, 1852-1953.

The collection contains personal documents, including a copy of Henry (Heiman) Cohn's birth certificate, a certificate of his apprenticeship as a furrier (both in the German language), a document from New York City attesting to Henry being a Master Mason...

 
Henry Curtiss Journal, 1852-53.

Journal by Henry Curtiss written during 1852-53.

 
Henry Curtiss Journal, 1852-53.

Journal by Henry Curtiss written during 1852-53.

 
Henry Curtner account books, 1862-1900.

Account books chiefly kept while in business in Warm Springs.

 
Henry D. Cogswell family photograph collection [graphic].

Unprinted negatives: primarily family photos and rural scenes (most probably taken in California). Photographic prints and other prints show San Francisco scenes (especially architectural views of homes), views along the Russian River, Yosemite, Hetch Hetchy Valley, portraits, etc.

 
Henry D. Platt letters, 1843-1850.

16 letters (with typescripts) written mostly by Henry D. Platt to his sister and his father in Watertown, Connecticut, seven of which are during the sea voyage to California and from California itself. Two poems are also included.

 
Henry D. Thoreau review, 1849 June 19

New-York Weekly Tribune, June 19, 1849 issue, with a very favorable review of Thoreau's A Week on the Concord and Merrimac Rivers on page 1. [Oversize, Map Cabinet 20/6]. Accompanied by envelope with sender Goodspeed's Book Shop (Boston), to David...

 
Henry David Thoreau manuscript, circa late 19th -early 20th century

Manuscript. Purchase from Robert F. Batchelder, various donors fund

 
Henry de Tonti collection, [1682-1704]

Microfilm of material in the Library of Congress, copied from originals in the Bibliothèque Nationale and Archives Nationales in Paris. Prints of 3 items (one incomplete). With these: negative photostats of request of Tonty's brother, Alphonse, to inherit his property...

 
Henry Dittrick correspondence, 1882-1913.

Five pieces of correspondence associated with Henry Dittrick. One of the letters discusses his work in Hermosillo, Mexico. Another is a letter of recommendation from Supreme Court Justice N. G. Lorigan on stationery from the Court. There is also a...

 
Henry Douglas Bacon papers, 1853-1880.

Letters from John W. Geary, D.D. Page, William Alvord and Horatio Stebbins; agreement with Samuel Gaty concerning mining property in Idaho, 1864; contemporary copy of Pacific Express Company's certificate of incorporation, 1869; deed from George Stoneman for land in Los...

 
Henry Douglas Bacon papers, 1871-1893.

Contents: Letter from Samuel Barlow; letter from W.B. Hyde pertaining to opening of silver mines in Idaho Territory; agreement concerning purchase of shares in Carson Creek Consolidated Mine, Calaveras County, Calif.

 
Henry E. McBride papers, 1867-1902.

Includes letters from Phoebe Apperson Hearst and James Hall McKenney; materials relating to the case, Southern Pacific Railroad vs. John F. Phillips and John H. Cox; and a copy of the bylaws of the Fruit Vale Ditch Company, 1902.

 
Henry Evans memorabilia, 1962-1971.

Henry Evans was born in Superior, Wisconsin in 1918. He came to San Francisco and opened the Porpoise Bookshop in 1944. Evans subsequently acquired an 1852 Washington hand press on which he printed books and pamphlets. In 1958 he began...

 
Henry Evans memorabilia, 1962-1971.

Henry Evans was born in Superior, Wisconsin in 1918. He came to San Francisco and opened the Porpoise Bookshop in 1944. Evans subsequently acquired an 1852 Washington hand press on which he printed books and pamphlets. In 1958 he began...

 
Henry F. Broyles letter to Captain Fenton, 1912 January 29.

Holograph letter from Henry F. Broyles, a former Confederate soldier in the 7th Virginia Cavalry, Company D, discussing his Civil War experiences and requesting money. Written from Shenandoah Junction, W. Va.

 
Henry F. Converse correspondence, late 1850s

Photocopies of Around the Horn to California letters by Henry F. Converse of Springfield, Illinois, to various relatives, arriving in Sacramento, late 1850.

 
Henry F. Williams papers, 1848-1911.

Diaries (1848-1911; with account of voyage to California via Panama, arriving in San Francisco in February 1849 on the Californian), accounts relating to the San Francisco building trade, deeds for property in San Francisco; manuscripts of his writings, clippings, etc.

 
Henry Ford Bridge (Badger Avenue Bridge) spanning Cerritos Channel, Los Angeles and Long Beach harbor, Los Angeles County, California [graphic] : photographs, written historical and descriptive data.

Photographic documentation of the Henry Ford Bridge prepared as part of plan for demolition and replacement. Accompanied by list of photographs and historic and present day description (18 leaves).

 
Henry G. Langley papers concerning the Tenth Census of the United States : San Francisco, 1880-1881.

Chiefly letters and instructions received as chief special agent to collect manufacturing statistics, San Francisco. Many letters signed by F.A. Walker, Superintendent of Census.

 
Henry Goddard Thomas collection, 1861-1862

[Captain, U.S. Infantry, 11th Regiment (Vol)] (1837-1897). Collection of 33 Civil War letters and documents, mainly reports re recruiting efforts, 1861-1862.

 
Henry Green papers

This collection contains the professional papers of Henry Green (1801-1873) from 1865-1873 whose mission was to catalogue and document the editions written or mentioned about the works of Andrea Alciati that he had ascertained to exist, whether written by Andrea...

 
Henry H. Conger journal, 1852.

Written to his wife in three Gregory's Express pocket letter books. An account of his voyage from New York around Cape Horn to San Francisco in l852, on the ship Grecian, with stopovers at Rio de Janeiro, and Talcahuano, Chile.

 
Henry H. Haight Family Collection, 1888-1920.

Scrapbooks, photographs, rosary novenas, Wolf Head Society roster

 
Henry H. Mason correspondence, 1872-1902.

Mainly letters to family in the East relating travels and various aspects of life in mining camps and towns of Nevada in the Reno area and California in the Mammoth City and Bodie area. References to Indian fighting. Material concerning...

 
Henry Halleck letter to George W. Cullum, 1846.

Letter written on June 20, 1846 from Henry Halleck to George W. Cullum that mentions upcoming U.S. Army expedition to California aboard the USS Lexington. Also covered is promotion for Halleck's newly-written book, and the possibility of more officers being...

 
Henry Halleck letter to George W. Cullum, 1846.

Letter written on June 20, 1846 from Henry Halleck to George W. Cullum that mentions upcoming U.S. Army expedition to California aboard the USS Lexington. Also covered is promotion for Halleck's newly-written book, and the possibility of more officers being...

 
Henry Harrison Markham papers, 1887-1893.

Includes documents signed as Governor of California and letter from Leland Stanford.

 
Henry Harrisse letters received, 1880-1890.

Include letters from Alfred P.V. Morel-Fatio, Léopold V. Delisle, and Henri A. Omont.

 
Henry Herman Evans papers : mss., 1957-1964.

Correspondence with Vincent McHugh, poet, and Tate Adams, illustrator, re publication by the Peregrine Press of McHugh's book of poems, Alpha; corrected MSS and page proof for Alpha; and copy of Evans' article on the Peregrine Press.

 
Henry Herman Evans photographs [graphic].

One photograph shows Henry Evans standing outside his printing shop, the Peregrine Press, San Francisco, and possibly dates from 1950. The remaining three date from 1960 and show Evans at work inside his shop.

 
Henry Holt [Private, 1st Vermont Cavalry, Co. E] correspondence, 1862-1864

Twelve Civil War letters (ALS) and nine accompanying envelopes, mostly to and from his father, mainly re daily life and military engagements, 1862-1864.

 
Henry Hoover Civil War diary, 1862-1863

[Lieutenant, Iowa Infantry, 35th Regiment, Company D]. Civil War diary, 1862-1863.

 
Henry Howard Brownell broadside poem, 1871 July 7

One printed broadside poem, "Gulf-Weed," for the Third Annual Reunion of the Society of the Army and Navy of the Gulf, Newport, July 7th, 1871.

 
Henry Huntley Haight papers, 1866-1878.

Mainly political and legal correspondence, including letter from Charles T. Botts concerning government and letter from Stephen Johnson Field; letters from Haight, some written as Governor of California. Also personal accounts.

 
Henry Irving letters : London : ALS, 1889 Apr. 6 and 9.

Two short letters written on Lyceum Theatre stationary.

 
Henry Irwin Randall papers, 1889-1936.

Primarily correspondence with his brother, his sons, and others, relating to the operation of the family citrus ranch near San Bernardino, and to his business and real estate investments (cartons 1-6); letterpress copybooks, l9Ol-1923 (carton 7); some correspondence and reports,...

 
Henry J. Fowler documents, 1861-1863

[71st New York]. Four Civil War documents, including three discharges certificates, 1861-1863. [Oversize boxed].

 
Henry J. Kaiser pictorial collection [graphic].

Includes pictures of various United States dams and dam construction, shipyards and ship building, various Kaiser corporations and construction projects in the San Francisco Bay Area, and Henry J. Kaiser and the Kaiser family.

 
Henry J. Vaux papers, circa 1950-2000.

Contains his office files compiled during his career as a forester and professor of forestry at UC Berkeley. Files include correspondence, course materials, curriculums, reports, committee work, speeches, etc. Also includes files pertaining to his involvement with Academic Senate Committees....

 
Henry J. Wohlgemuth papers, 1871-1892.

Includes letters from A.M. Kenaday, Lewis W. Mayer, the U.S. Treasury Dept., and from relatives in Germany and in the east; accounts, 1888-1890; and notes.

 
Henry John Temple Palmerston letters, 1816-1852.

Regarding transmittal of information to a Mr. Litchfield (Solicitor of the Treasury) by Robert Anstruther, arranging a dinner date with Laurence Sulivan, and a transmittal of information to the Foreign Office via Henry Unwin Addington.

 
Henry K. Bent letters to Thacer Bent : ALS, 1858-1862.

Written to his brother in Kenosha, Wisc., these letters begin with his leaving Springfield, Mass., tell of his mining activities at French Corral, Calif. in 1858, of his wife and daughter joining him in June 1859, and of his losing...

 
Henry Kingman papers, 1881-1893.

Diaries cover life and schooling in the East, ordination as a minister, and life in China as a missionary. Letters (mainly mimeographed, some incomplete), written from China, describe travels within the country, duties as missionary, study of the Chinese language,...

 
Henry Kline's grocery business [graphic] : from produce stand to grocery store.

Views of Kline and 3 of his depression-era grocery businesses. Collectively, photos illustrate a progression from a produce stand on Crenshaw Blvd., Los Angeles, to a drive-in market on Sunset Blvd., to a grocery store.

 
The Henry Koster collection of home movies, approximately 1934-1967.

This collection of home movies was photographed by film director, Henry Koster. Using a 8 mm. camera, Koster filmed his travels to Europe from Amsterdam to Budapest in the mid-1930s, his children and family as they celebrated birthdays and milestones...

 
Henry L. Ewald letter, 1937 September 7

One letter (TLS) from S. Halvorsen and accompanying b/w photographs of whales and Akutan Whaling Station, Alaska, 7 Sept. 1937. Gift of Henry L. Ewald, n.d.. Alpha list.

 
Henry L. Moseley letter and card, 1859

General commission merchant and slave dealer. .01 linear feet (1 folder).

 
Henry Lebbeus Oak letters from H.H. Bancroft, and diary, 1874-1884, 1887.

Typed transcripts of extracts from letters, 1874-1884, in private possession, relating mainly to Oak's collaboration in the writing and publication of Bancroft's history, and diary of a trip through California by team in 1887, with 5 maps laid in showing...

 
Henry Lebbeus Oak papers, 1884-1905.

Part I: Mostly letters from Josiah Royce concerning his attempts to obtain information from John C. Frémont and Jessie Benton Fremont about the conquest of California, 1884-1901; include notes corrected by Jessie Benton Frémont. Part II: Miscellaneous correspondence and papers,...

 
Henry Linker collection on the Synagogue Council of the East Bay, 1956-1976.

Contains a photocopy of the organization's constitution (14 June 1956); copies of its minutes (Feb. 1968-Oct. 1976); Council-related correspondence Henry Linker sent out and/or received (Mar. 1970-Nov. 1972); undated lists of the Council's members; a copy of the Fall 1973...

 
Henry, Louise (Marjorie Louise) Papers, 1953-1986, bulk 1970-1983

The papers include correspondence, crew lists, diaries, program plans, and other papers documenting Marjorie Louise Henry's experiences as sea-going technician and data researcher on D/V Glomar Challenger, a drilling vessel operated by the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California,...

 
Henry Lueg collection, circa 1866-1867

Citizenship application, 1866; photocopy of translation of 1867 journal describing journey from St. Cloud, Minnesota to Helena City, Montana; reprint of C. S. Kingston, " The Northern Overland Route in 1867: Journal of Henry Lueg," Pacific Northwest Quarterly (July 1950)....

 
Henry M. Bryan inspection report, 1864 December 3.

One holograph inspection report of Confederate Brigadier General Samuel J. Gholson's brigade of Mississippi calvary. Written by Major Henry M. Bryan at Montgomery, Ala. The report outlines the brigade's organization, assesses the men and supplies, and discusses desertions.

 
Henry Maxwell McCartney Collection, 1869-1911

Business papers, charts, correspondence, diaries, maps, photographs, railroad papers

 
Henry Miller / Edwin Corle correspondence, 1947-1954

Three letters (two ALS and one TLS), and two notes (ANS) (postcards) from Miller, whileat Big Sur, to Corle. Talks about visit from Corle, mentions Merle Armitage and Fraenkel, discusses his book The Smile at the Foot of the Ladder,...

 
Henry Miller / John Martin correspondence, 1978-1984

13 letters (ALS) to John Martin, mainly about Black Sparrow publishing his work, 1978-1979. Also, two holiday greeting cards, with Miller poem, from Capra Press to Martin, 1981, 1984. Alpha list.

 
Henry Miller - "List for Anais [Nin]", circa 1949

Typescript carbon, with names and addresses of individuals, mainly U.S. but some France and England, some crossed out, arranged alphabetically by surname, ca. 1949. Includes names of other authors such as Maxwell Anderson and Lawrence Durrell, and Santa Barbara publisher...

 
Henry Miller collection of letters and papers, 1944-1961.

Chiefly letters from Miller to various correspondents.

 
Henry Miller leaf, undated

One printed leaf, signed by Miller, about the nature of love, n.d. Gift from Lost Horizon Bookstore, 11/20/02. Alpha list.

 
Henry Miller letter, 1956 August 28

One letter (ALS) to D. Ray re Miller's manuscript, Hour of Man, inability to speak in public, and hectic schedule. N.p., 28 August 1956. Purchase from Michael J. Sherick, $65

 
Henry Miller letter, 1975 November 28

One letter (ALS) to a Mr. Skrochi re sale of Miller's books and other matters. Pacific Palisades, California, Nov. 28, 1975. Alpha list.

 
Henry Miller letters : to Patrick Henry Turner, 1909-1915.

Instructions to the ranch superintendent, New Columbia Division (Firebaugh, Calif.), Miller & Lux ranches.

 
Henry Miller letters, 1945-1957.

Six letters to Paul Ogden from Miller. One letter to Ogden from Lepska Miller also included.

 
Henry Miller papers, 1869-1877.

302 letters of Henry Miller, 1869-1877, all but a few addressed to his partner in the San Joaquin Valley land company firm of Miller & Lux, Charles Lux, pertaining to business transactions; 114 letters and 31 telegrams to Henry Miller...

 
Henry Miller postcard, 1944 July 31

One printed postcard with holograph note re purchasing his paintings. Big Sur, California, 31 July 1944. Purchase from Michael J. Sherick, $20

 
Henry Miller publicity photo, 1983 October 2

One black and white publicity photo by Cedric Wright and one clipping, laid in Miller's Opus Pistorum (PS3525.I5454 O64 1983). [Peatman Collection]. Alpha list.

 
Henry Minton reminiscences : typescript, 1898-1899.

Notes on early life in Kentucky and Missouri; journey to Texas, 1846; service in Col. J.C. Hays' regiment of Texas volunteers; overland journey to Missouri, via Panama, 1850; Civil War experiences.

Henry O. Nightingale diaries

Henry O. Nightingale (1844-1919) and his family emigrated from Hawkhurst, County Kent, England, to the United States in 1849. He, his parents, and his younger brother arrived in New York from London aboard the Margaret Evans on June 30 when...

 
Henry (Oscar M.) Diaries

This collection of diaries serves as a window into the life of Oscar M. Henry, a California rancher, farmer and miner. Henry wrote the diaries on his farm in Amador County, California from 1885 to 1915. In daily entries, Henry...

 
Henry Otto miscellany : San Francisco, Calif., DS, 1871-1937.

Contains two birth certificates from Wechold, Germany dated Nov. 24, 1871 and copied Nov. 30, 1937 and a marriage license and certificate for Henry Otto and Eliza A. Cartoir from the County and City of San Francisco, signed by Julius...

 
Henry P. Dering papers, 1783-1825.

Mainly correspondence with former classmates of Yale University, including letter from Asher Robbins.

 
Henry, P. Leonard commonplace books. : Sheffield, Massachusetts, 1815-1816.

(v.1) Clippings of poetry; (v.2) clippings on various subjects from Massachusetts and Connecticut papers. Assembled by Leonard.

 
Henry, Patrick Letter to George Wythe : Williamsburg, Va. : LS, 1777 Oct. 22.

Communicating to the Assembly the current status of the Revolution and other matters relating to government. Typed transcript included.

 
Henry Putnam Pohler collection, 1988-2008.

Pohler collected documents related to the historical perspectives of California State Hospitals and Developmental Centers.

 
Henry Rand Hatfield miscellany : Berkeley, Calif., 1928-1943.

Chiefly correspondence with Logan Clendening concerning the introduction of ice cream to America, and the history of ice cream. Includes one letter from John F. Forbes to Mrs. Hatfield accompanied by the text of the remarks Forbes made at the...

 
Henry Rand Hatfield papers, 1891-1989 (bulk 1917-1944).

Contains the professional files of a renowned accounting professor including correspondence, materials on various accounting topics, photographs (1 folder), articles, writings, miscellany, etc. Miscellany includes unarranged correspondence, articles, writings, notes, etc.

 
Henry Rapoport lectures [videorecording]

Tapes 1-14. Basic chemistry and reactivity of functional groups, May 18-July 13, 1987 -- tapes 15-17. Heterocyclic chemistry course, January 28-30, 1992 -- tape 18. New reagents for old reactions, November 29, 1995.

 
Henry Rapoport sound recordings [sound recording]

Reel to reel tape (7-inch) of May 2, 1977 lecture "Synthesis with amino acids, amincoacylation and iminium salts; cassette of October 31, 1988 NIDA Technical Review meeting on current chemical and pharmacological advances featuring Rapoport; undated cassette of a National...

 
Henry Robert Harling correspondence, 1951-1952

Three letters (2 TLS and 1 ALS) from British typographer, journalist, designer, and novelist Harling to editor Tom Balston, about corrections made by Balston to Harling's work. London , 1951-1952. Alpha list.

 
Henry Roy William Smith papers, 1926-1960.

Notebooks, correspondence, writings.

 
Henry S. Hewit papers, 1849-1852.

Contains one leather bound journal (80 p.) of an Army surgeon assigned to Captain William H. Warner's expedition to the Sierra Nevada. Entries were recorded in two parts. The first part was recorded at the time Hewit was actually with...

 
Henry Samueli School of Engineering Publications, University of California, Irvine

The collection contains publications of the Henry Samueli School of Engineering at the University of California, Irvine (UCI). The materials include brochures, fliers, event programs, newsletters, reports, course and program descriptions, guidelines, and catalogs.

 
Henry Savage letter, circa 1920s

One letter (ALS) to [Muriel Stuart?], n.d. Laid in Savage's Richard Middleton, the Man and His Work (1922). Alpha list.

 
Henry Senger Sierra Club papers, 1886-1895.

Papers relating to Henry Senger's involvement in the Sierra Club.

 
Henry Shed family papers, circa 1896-1942.

Contains miscellaneous papers concerning Henry Shed including family correspondence; photographs of Henry Shed and family, and of his mother, Mary Shed; and an article about Shed.

 
Henry Sheldon Anable journals : and related materials, 1852-1854 and 1959-1967.

Journal (Apr. 28-Sept. 11, 1852), covers his journey from Sheboygan, Wisconsin to California, until his arrival on the main ridge of the Sierra Nevada; remainder of the original journal lacking (39 p.)

 
Henry Stanislawsky papers, 1900-1920.

Deeds and other papers relating to mining claims in California and Nevada, and stock certificates mainly for mining companies located in Nevada and Arizona.

 
Henry Stanley note, 1891 April 13

One note (ANS) to Mr. J. S. Thomas re looking over a proof [of something he had written?]. [New York], 13 Apr. 1891.

 
Henry Stanton Burton diary and letter-book : ms.S, 1846-1848.

Diary, Sept. 26, 1846-May 11, 1847, of voyage from New York to San Francisco, as Lt. Col., New York to San Francisco, as Lt. Col., New York Volunteers, aboard the Susan Drew. Copy of letter, Sept., 1847, from La Paz,...

 
Henry Steele Commager letter, 1960

One letter (TL) from Donald Davidson, UCSB University Librarian, and one letter (TLS) response, re the popularity, but poor physical quality of the low cost edition of Nevins and Commager's Pocket History , 1960. Alpha list.

 
Henry Sterling Bloom gold rush letters and Bloom family miscellany, 1850-1867

This collection is a miscellany centering on Henry Sterling Bloom and his family. There are two letters written by Bloom to his wife, Eliza, in Illinois dated 1850 (from Deseret, Utah) and 1851 (from Downieville, Calif.); associated with the Downieville...

 
Henry Sterring notes.

Primarily relating to Francis Bacon, William Shakespeare, and simplified spelling. Copies of two of his sonnets also included.

 
Henry Stiner papers relating to the works of Hubert Howe Bancroft,

Contains the paperwork for ordering a set,from Agent E.B. Palmer, of Hubert Howe Bancroft's works in a walnut bookcase. Also includes pictures of Bancroft and of his library on Valencia St., San Francisco, Calif.

 
Henry Syme, 1862-1882.

The documents include extracts of records, abstracts of titles, notices of location and deeds. A certificate application from Lewis Chalmers, Esquire, as an agent for Henry Syme of London, England, lists the mining lodes of the Isabella Gold and Silver...

 
Henry Theodore Thomas documents, 1876

One document, a one-sheet passport for Thomas, signed by United States Secretary of State, Hamilton Fish, 1876. Alpha list. [Oversize boxed].

 
Henry V.D. Spiegel letters to his family in Vermont, 1850 Mar.-1852 Feb.

An account of his voyage to California via Panama, the trip across the Isthmus and his experiences in the northern mines.

 
Henry W. Corbett statement and biographical material, 1878?-1888.

Two letters to The History Company, Oct. 8 and 23, 1888, and drafts of the biography published in H.H. Bancroft's Chronicles of the Builders of the Commonwealth, included.

 
Henry W. Longfellow signed receipt, 1865 March 15

One signed receipt: "Received of Ticknor & Fields, Five hundred Dollars, Copyright on twenty Thousand "Household Poems." Boston, Mar. 15, 1865. Gift of Roger Camp

 
Henry W. Parkis autobiography, 1920

[15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry]. Autobiography, bound carbon typescript, mainly life in nineteenth century Massachusetts, but also including some Civil War experiences. Linwood, Massachusetts, 1920.

 
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow check, 1877 June 25 - 1882 January 6

(1807-1882). One check, signed on back by Longfellow, 25 June 1877, and one note (AN), not in Longfellow's hand, commenting on prior lecture, 6 Jan. 1882. Alpha list.

 
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow holograph poem, 1807-1882

(1807-1882). One signed holograph poem, "Bayard Taylor," n.d. Alpha list.

 
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow holograph poem, 1879 September 24-1880 January 24

One signed holograph poem, 24 Sept. 1879, accompanying one note (ANS), 24 Jan. 1880. [From CDCC, possibly sent to Harold Chase]. Alpha list.

 
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow letters, 1838-1881.

Preferred citation: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow letters, 1838-1881, BANC MSS 74/82 z, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow photograph, circa 1870s

(1807-1882). One cabinet photograph of Longfellow at about age 70, ca. 1870s. Imprint of Beacon and Strand, London. Reverse contains brief biography. Purchase, $90, from Up-Country Letters

 
Henry Walton Wessels letters to his brother, 1847 Feb. 24-May 2.

Typed transcripts of three letters written by an American soldier during the Mexican War. They concern the attacks on Veracruz and Cerro Gordo, the arrival of United States forces at Jalapa, and other aspects of the war, as well as...

 
Henry Ward Beecher autograph, 1867.

Autograph by Henry Ward Beecher dated 1867 in Brooklyn, N.Y.

 
Henry Ward Beecher papers, 1878-1883.

Sermon notes; statement on need for collective church charity; and a letter (Sept. 5, 1883) written for him by his wife, Eunice W. Beecher, re his California lecture tour.

 
Henry Washington Carter papers : ms., 1857-1879.

Narrative, written by London journalist, of journey from St. Louis to California (1857-58) including accounts of experiences as teamster at Ft. Union and Santa Fe, his travels to lower Calif. and encounters with Indians of the southwest, descriptions of buffalo...

 
Henry Wilson clipping, 1863 February 21

[U.S. Senator, Vice President]. Clipping of Civil War speech in the Senate, 21 Feb. 1863.

 
Henry Winslow Corbett letters received, 1858 Nov.-Dec.

Include letters from Edward H. Parker and the San Francisco firms of Story Bros. Co. and Abernethy, Clark and Co. concerning merchandise shipped to Corbett's hardware store in Portland.

 
Henry Woon papers, 1969-1985 (bulk 1977-1984)

Contains Henry Woon's writings on bilingual education, summaries of professional conferences attended, and mainly topics relating to Asian American issues. Includes materials from conferences, workshops, and community organizations, as well as correspondence, reports, press releases, documents, newsclippings, and printed materials...

 
Henry Woon photographs and scrapbooks, 1950-2000.

The Henry Woon collection contains photographs and scrapbooks documenting Asian Americans and other people of color in the San Francisco Bay Area from the 1950s to the early 2000s. The scrapbooks, which span the 1950s to the mid-1970s, contain newspaper...

 
Henry Zenas Osborne papers, 1870-1922.

Include letters from Osborne concerning his experiences in Bodie as superintendent of the White Cloud Mining Company; work with the Los Angeles Evening Express from 1889; political activities; description of the Demery mine in Siskiyou County, 1900; career as president...

 
Henryk Minc oral history, circa 1997-1998

Trachles, Travails and Triumphs of Henryk Minc. Oral history conducted by David E. Russell, Santa Barbara: Davidson Library Oral History Program, 1997. 460 pages.

 
Hensley (David) W. Dorr Legg Memorial Service Photographs

David Hensley photographs of W. Dorr Legg's memorial service at the Milbank Mansion, August 28, 1994.

 
Henson (Keith). Papers relating to Project Xanadu, XOC, and Eric Drexler, 1977-1997.

The collection includes files from XOC, VHS tapes, and Drexler drafts and galley proofs.

 
Henze (Paul B.) papers

The Paul B. Henze papers consist of diaries, writings, correspondence, notes, memoranda, reports, research materials, printed matter, and photographs relating to Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty broadcasting to Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union; conditions in Eastern Europe, the...

 
Hepburn (James) field notes

The James Hepburn field note collection consists of two bound volumes, a field journal and a catalog, spanning the years 1852-1868. The notes detail Hepburn's collecting activities from localities within California, Washington, and British Columbia....

 
Hepburn (Katharine) papers

The Katharine Hepburn papers span the years 1907-2000 (bulk 1928-2000) and encompass approximately 121 linear feet. The collection consists of scripts, clippings, and production material for Hepburn's film, television, and to a lesser extent, her stage career. There is also...

 
Hepner (Walter R.) Memorial Collection

The Walter R. Hepner Memorial Collection documents aspects of Hepner's professional administrative career and his involvement with the community at large, including international travel. The collection dates from 1892 to 1977, with the bulk of documents created between the 1940s...

 
Heraldic emblems, 1797.

Drawings of coats of arms of Great Britain.

 
Heras (Antonio) papers

This collection contains the papers of Antonio Heras, who was a professor of Spanish and Spanish Literature at USC from 1925-1950. Heras's papers include manuscripts and typescripts of his articles and stories, research notes, clippings, correspondence and diaries.

 
Herb Caen book manuscripts, [ca. 1945-1950]

Revised typescript of his Baghdad-by-the-Bay and carbon typescript of Don't Call It Frisco.

 
Herb Caen writings : additions, [ca.1975-1983]

Contains the unpublished manuscript of a book on Benny Goodman; a tearsheet from the San Francisco Symphony Stagebill; and copies of a newspaper, 1968 Feb. 2 - 19, containing his column. This newspaper was published daily, by Ramparts, during a...

 
Herbert A. Rogers papers, [ca. 1914-1924]

Correspondence, agreements, accounts and photographs relating to his business selling trained sea lions to parks and zoos.

 
Herbert and Gertrude Kaufman papers

The collection is comprised of identification and travel documents relating to the Kaufman family's experiences in Shanghai from 1941-1947, together with certificates, mostly employment related, from Germany during the period 1922-1940. The collection also includes two Nazi armbands.

 
Herbert and Palmer families papers, 1857-1959.

Collection of correspondence exchanged between various family members and others. Two letters are written from San Francisco to family members shortly after the 1906 earthquake. Also includes Calif. real estate legal documents, a Sons of Temperance certificate affixed with a...

 
Herbert B. Foster autobiography files, 1865-1965 (bulk 1900-1955).

Contains several full copies, drafts, and portions of an unpublished autobiography of the life of a California engineer who lived through the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire. Topics include recollections of his family's migration to California, a business relationship...

 
Herbert B. Van Etten correspondence with Lee de Forest, 1933-1957.

Contains correspondence between Van Etten and Lee de Forest, 1951-1957, mostly concerning personal matters, but with references to their work together and de Forest's legal battles with Edwin H. Armstrong concerning patents of devices invented for radio. Included with this...

 
Herbert Bashford miscellany, 1890-1928.

Includes letters to Herbert Bashford and original poems by Bashford as well as N. J. Herby's poem, "At the Grave of Herbert Bashford." Also, photocopies of articles by and about Bashford. In addition, an announcement for a performance and reading...

 
Herbert Bashford papers, 1890-1927.

Letters from contemporary writers and publishers received as Washington State Librarian and as literary editor, San Francisco Bulletin and San Jose Times.

 
Herbert C. Jones on California government and public issues : oral history transcript / and related material, 1957-1958.

Notes on early life and political influences; Progressive Republicanism; the California Legislature - trends and procedures; some California political figures; California water problems; his own philosophy of government. With portrait pasted in.

 
Herbert Crouch reminiscences : typescript, [1914-1915?]

Recollections of settlement in the San Luis Rey Valley, 1869; sheep ranching; association with Major Utt, John Forster and various other pioneers of San Diego County.

 
Herbert D. B. Tree collection, 1891-1917.

Clippings, photographs, and souvenir programs relating to plays produced by and starring Tree at the Comedy Theatre, Hay market, Her Majesty's Theatre, and His Majesty's Theatre.

 
Herbert (Esther) and Marvyl Doyle papers and photographs

Correspondence, photographs, audiocassettes, manuscripts, professional papers, and other materials, 1921-2011, from lesbian speech pathologist and veteran, Esther Herbert, and her partner, Marvyl Doyle. The correspondence contains letters between Herbert and Doyle written between 1944 and 1996 with the bulk of...

 
Herbert Eugene Bolton correspondence with the U. S. Bureau of American Ethnology: photocopies, 1906-1935.

Letters addressed to and from Dr. Bolton concerning his work for the Bureau on the Indians of Texas, and his revisions of the Bureau's Handbook of American Indians.

 
Herbert Feinstein interviews : revised mss (typescript) and published periodicals, 1960-1966.

Interviews with playwright George Axelrod, musician Artie Shaw, and writers Leslie Fiedler and Harvey Swados.

 
Herbert Gaytes papers

Herbert Gaytes (1871-1959) was an engineer and amateur photographer whose engineering career in the western United States focused on projects around water rights and the selection, design, construction, and management of hydro-electric power plants, electric rail systems, steam power stations,...

 
Herbert Gaytes papers, [ca. 1879-1965]

Contains diaries, 1879-1965; correspondence, maps, photographs, accounts, etc.

 
Herbert George Wells collection, 1930

One note (ANS), one signed letter (ALS), and three unsigned letters (TL) by Wells' secretary, all to Augustine Birrell, English politician, barrister, academic and author. [London] , 1930. Alpha list.

 
Herbert George Wells note, 1916 February

One note (ANS) from Wells, saying he doesn't do autographs "… but in England just now we have a sort of kindess for Canada," likely alluding to war support. Feb. 1916. Laid in Wells' This Misery of Boots (Boston ,...

 
Herbert George Wells typescript manuscripts, 1930, n.d.

Author's original typescript manuscripts for "The Problem of the Troublesome Collaborator" [1930] and "The Business of Mankind," n.d. "Business" purchased from Bertram Rota, $336 , 1966. Alpha list.

 
Herbert Hoover certificate, circa 1918

[U.S. Food Administrator]. Signed certificate of appreciation to Camille Pruett, [ca. 1918], and accompanying letter from State Teachers College and Junior College, Santa Barbara , 1925. Alpha list.

 
Herbert Hoover letter, 1924 October 23

One letter (TLS) from Herber Hoover, as President of the Board of Directors for Better Homes in America, to Pearl Chase, re the 1925 Better Homes in America campaign. Washington, D.C., 23 Oct. 1924. Probably from CDCC. Alpha list.

 
Herbert Hoover letters, 1925-1926

[ Secretary, U.S. Department of Commerce]. Three letters (TLS) to Pearl Chase re Better Homes in America campaigns. Washington, [D.C.] , 1925-1926. [From: CDCC]. Alpha list.

 
Herbert Hoover Oral History Program interviews

Originals in possession of : Herbert Hoover Presidential Library. Interviews with political leaders, businessmen, military officers, journalists, writers, physicians, secretaries, aides, friends, and associates of Herbert Hoover, relating to their recollections of Hoover in various capacities, including relief work director,...

 
Herbert Hoover Presidential Library bibliography

Lists clippings, pamphlets, and other ephemeral publications, 1879-1975, by or about Herbert Hoover. Arranged chronologically. Photocopy.

 
Herbert Huncke papers: [ca.1989-1992]

Chiefly editor's proofs of Guilty of everything: the autobiography of Herbert Huncke, with holograph corrections, along with a transcript of a conversation between Huncke and Don Kennison, which did not appear as an afterword in the book as originally intended....

 
Herbert Ingram Priestley letters : ALS, 1901-1904.

Letters written by Priestley when travelling to and from the Philippines and when teaching there. The letters provide a detailed narrative of ocean voyage from California via Hawaii, as well as later travels in Japan, China, Macao, and Hong Kong....

 
Herbert Ingram Priestley papers, [circa 1900-1944]

Correspondence files (Priestley outgoing, 1920-1942); research & subject files; course files, lecture notes and student papers; misc. personal papers; 7 scrapbooks containing newspapers clippings ca. 1910-1930, chiefly pertaining to the Mexican Revolution.

 
Herbert J. Webber papers, 1886-1946.

Consists of only a small amount of correspondence and writings, including incoming letters, 1886 to 1892, received during Webber's years as a student, and incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1912 to 1946, from his years as a professor at the University...

 
Herbert Kroemer oral history, circa 2001-2002

UCSB Nobel Prize Winner. Transcript: Yes.

 
Herbert Kroemer papers, circa 1955-2001

Papers of Herbert Kroemer, UCSB professor of electrical & computer engineering and recipient of the 2000 Nobel Prize in physics. Collection includes lecture notes and other teaching materials, correspondence, lab notes, reports, and reprints of published articles.

 
Herbert Leonard Coggins papers, circa 1885-1967.

Chiefly correspondence, and some notes and clippings concerning his interest and activity in writing.

 
Herbert Lumis collection, 1890-1892.

Four photographs--2 portraits, 1 of Golden Gate Park Conservatory, 1 of California's 40th birthday celebration (September 9, 1890). Four letters--2 from 1890, 1 from 1891 and 1 from 1892 addressed to Fred O. Brown, Colchester, Connecticut. Content includes his impressions...

 
Herbert Lumis collection, 1890-1892.

Four photographs--2 portraits, 1 of Golden Gate Park Conservatory, 1 of California's 40th birthday celebration (September 9, 1890). Four letters--2 from 1890, 1 from 1891 and 1 from 1892 addressed to Fred O. Brown, Colchester, Connecticut. Content includes his impressions...

 
Herbert M. Baruch Corporation Records

Collection consists of photographs relating to buildings and properties constructed by Herbert M. Baruch Corporation of Los Angeles during the 1920s and 1940s.

 
Herbert McLean Evans papers : additions.

Correspondence between Herbert M. Evans and Miriam Simpson. Also, notes, lectures, bibliographies and biographical material on Evans.

 
Herbert McLean Evans papers : Additions, undated.

Correspondence files, mainly related to book purchases in the field of the History of Science.

 
Herbert McLean Evans papers, 1904-1969.

Correspondence, memos, telegrams, subject file, speeches, research notes, course notes, diaries, income tax forms, clippings, and patient reports. Materials chiefly concern his research in endocrinology and his interest in the history of science.

 
Herbert P. Phillips papers, circa 1952-1972.

The papers include correspondence, articles, field notes, and information regarding the participation of American anthropologists in implementing counter-insurgency programs in Thailand.

 
Herbert (Sidney) letters

Relates to the British general strike of 1926. Written by unidentified individuals in Great Britain.

 
Herbert W. Gleason Sierra Club papers, 1907-1915.

Papers relating to Gleason's involvement in the Sierra Club.

 
Herbert Wolff family papers 1886-2005 (bulk 1886-1958).

The collection contains birth certificates for Herbert Wolff and various birth, marriage, and death certificates for Wolff's parents; his parents' siblings; his grandparents; his grandparents' siblings; and for his great grandparents. It also has documents attesting to the service of...

 
Herbits (Stephen E.) papers

Correspondence, writings, reports, memoranda, notes, and printed matter, relating to proposals for an all-volunteer armed force, Congressional action on the proposals, and evaluation of the new volunteer system in operation.

 
HerBooks Feminist Press Archive

This collection includes correspondence, business records, manuscripts, and ephemera on the subjects HerBooks has published.

 
Herbst (Jurgen) papers

Correspondence, memoranda, minutes, conference papers, reports, and printed matter, relating to the history of education in Germany, Allied educational policy in Germany after World War II, German-American educational exchanges, and activities of the International Standing Conference for the History of...

 
Herger (Wally) Papers

Wally Herger, Republican, was a California State Assembly Member, 1981-1986. Bill files introduced by Herger concern agriculture, land management, and water resources in California.

 
Herhsman-Leeson (Lynn) Collection of videotape interviews for film, Women Art Revolution, 1990-2008

Videotaped interviews with over 40 artists, critics, historians, and curators for the film , documenting the development of the Feminist Art Movement from the 1970s through 2008. Materials available online at http://lib.stanford.edu/women-art-revolution.

 
Heringer (Robert P.) Recollections of Clarksburg, California

Robert P. Heringer (1921-2005), local historian and native of Clarksburg, California, wrote these research essays which describe life and early pioneers in the Clarksburg area.

 
Heritage Book Shop Records

This collection contains items related to the Heritage Book Shop, an antiquarian bookseller formerly located in West Los Angeles, California. This collection includes sale and purchase invoices, inventories, daily business files, catalogs, and artwork, dated from 1966-2007.

 
Heritage House Collection

A small collection of materials from and about the Heritage House Museum in Compton, California. Materials include correspondence, ledgers, and paper from the Auxiliary; programs, booklets, and correspondence about the museum itself; and ephemera and journals from the 19th...

 
Heritage Task Force Records

Senate Concurrent Resolution 4 created the Heritage Task Force (HTF) in 1981 to study and recommend policies, programs, and legislation to preserve and enhance California's architectural, cultural, and historic resources. The Heritage Task Force (HTF) records consist of 2.75 cubic...

 
Herman George Scheffauer papers, 1893-1927.

Correspondence, manuscripts and other writings of Herman George Scheffauer. A good portion of the material pertains to Scheffauer's mentor, Ambrose Bierce (including copies of Bierce's correspondence with Dr. C.W. Doyle). The letters from Bierce to Scheffauer include references to Jack...

 
Herman H. Kregor documents, 1865

One Civil War printed document with holographic additions, discharge papers for Civil War Union soldier, Co. G, 16th Pennsylvania Cavalry, 1865. .02 linear feet (1 folder).

 
Herman (Norman T.) papers

The Norman T. Herman papers span the years 1955-1980 and encompass 8.5 linear feet. The collection consists of scripts and production information for most of the films produced by Herman....

 
Herman (Pinky) Newspaper Columns

Pinky Herman was a television editor and columnist whose regularly featured articles appeared in such entertainment trade papers as , , and . The collection consists of his newspaper columns about entertainment talent and executives.

 
Herman Potts Miller, Jr. papers, [ca. 1914-1967]

Papers of an employee of the Federal Telegraph Co., and later an International Telephone and Telegraph radio engineer. ca. 1914-67. Includes photo album kept while a student at Stanford University.

 
Herman (Raphael) letter

Relates to proposals by R. Herman for the basis of a peace settlement to end World War I, especially regarding territorial questions.

 
Herman S. Hoyt papers, 1902-1961.

Personal correspondence, family history, and last will of Herman S. (Simeon) Hoyt, a photographer who lived and worked in San Francisco. The correspondence chiefly deals with the last wishes and disposition of his material goods and a list of people...

 
Herman Trutner, Jr. photograph collection [graphic].

Collection pertains to career and family of band leader Herman Trutner, Jr. Includes photographs of Oakland Municipal Band, various military bands, band musicians, friends, soldiers and family. Also includes various mementos (clippings, correspondence, etc.) celebrating Trutner's achievements.

 
Herman Winchester letters : to E. Winchester : ALS, 1849-1872.

Contains letters from Herman Winchester to brother describing travel to Calif. by ship and overland through Mexico, San Francisco, the gold mining at "Mormon Bar" [i.e. Mormon Island], price of goods in Calif., family, and politics in Calif. during the...

 
Herman-Green Postcard Collection

Black-and-white and tinted postcards dating from 1906 to 1969 (bulk 1920 to 1939). The bulk of the collection is arranged geographically. The materials for Europe are particularly extensive, in particular for England, France, Italy, and Spain; there are also postcards...

 
Hermann Becks papers, 1944-1962.

Includes letters from colleagues after his death, sent to his secretary, Marion Lewis Meyer; manuscript of "In memoriam" for University of California and related letters; biography; publications listing; portraits.

 
Hermann Hagedorn letter, 1921, 1940

(1882-1964). One letter (TLS) to John A. Kouwenhoven, re work of the Roosevelt Memorial Association, Inc. , 1921; one letter (TLS) from Hagedorn to newspaper columnist Manchester Boddy, and one carbon copy response, re concept of progress and Hagedorn's poetry,...

 
Hermann Hesse papers, 1900-1962.

Correspondence, clippings, manuscripts, pamphlets, and poster.

 
Hermann Hesse pictorial collection [graphic]

Includes watercolors and prints by Herman Hesse (many signed), and snapshots and postcards of sites relating to Hesse.

 
Hermann (Jack) Records, 1947-1989

The Collection consists of two Series: Office Records and Project Records. The Office records contain project portfolios, files related to a proposed memorial on Alcatraz Island, scrapbooks of clippings, and correspondence. There is also material relating to the U.S. Army...

 
Hermann Otto Laurenz Fischer papers, circa 1920-1952 (bulk 1920-1932).

Consists primarily of dissertations and notebooks that appear to be from Fischer's students during his tenure as Assistant Professor of Chemistry at the University of Berlin, from ca. 1920 to 1932. Most of the notebooks are labeled "Tagebuch," and appear...

 
Hermitage Mining Company records, 1855-1888.

Consists of abstract of title for Hermitage Mining Co. and deeds to property, a company prospectus and correspondence by J.B. Richardson and C.T. Roussin concerning ownership and operations of mine.

 
Hermosillo (Enrique ) Papers

This collection contains materials relating to the professional and personal life of nurse and cosmetologist, Enrique Hermosillo (1952-1997), who lived in San Francisco off and on from the mid-1970s until his death from HIV. The collection includes correspondence; journals; materials...

 
Herms (George) Papers

Southern California artist, writer, and musician George Herms was one of the founders of the West Coast assemblage movement. Influenced by the art of his close friend Wallace Berman, his work brings together discards, beach trash, urban detritus and other...

 
Hernandez (Ester) Graphics Collection

This collection consists of two silkscreen posters by Ester Hernandez, including the iconic which protests farm workers' exposure to pesticides and herbicides in the fields.

 
Hernandez (Ester) Papers

The collection contains original artwork, photographic images, periodical articles regarding both Hernandez and many of her contemporaries, original manuscripts, audio and visual recordings documenting interviews and political events, and ephemera gathered from artists, performers, and political/social activists and events.

 
Hernandez (Ester) Papers

The collection contains original artwork, photographic images, periodical articles regarding both Hernandez and many of her contemporaries, original manuscripts, audio and visual recordings documenting interviews and political events, and ephemera gathered from artists, performers, and political/social activists and events.

 
Hernandez (Ester) Papers

Collection of articles about Ester Hernandez and her artwork. Collection includes various post cards, gallery cards and other Illustrations of Hernandez's art.n.b. Accents have been removed to facilitate the use of most web browsers.Researchers who would like to indicate errors...

 
Hernandez Terry (Carlotta) Collection

The (1951-2006) documents Hernandez's accomplishments as a singer-songwriter and painter. Of particular interest are transcripts of the songs written by the artist as well as pieces of her artwork. Also included are photographs of Hernandez's musical performances and paintings, including...

 
Hernandez Trigueros (Lino) interview

Relates to Sandinista human rights violations in Nicaragua. Interview conducted by Deann M. Alford. Includes English translation transcript.

 
Herndon Smith clippings, circa 1942-1958

Newspaper articles and essay re high school teacher Herndon Smith's local history writing project in Centralia, WA, ca. 1942-1958. Found in Herndon's Centralia: the First 50 Years (1942). Alpha list.

 
Hernán Cortéz ordenanzas : Mexico, 1954 Mar. 20.

Basic ordinances for the administration and government of New Spain.

 
Hero Eugene and Ethel Grace Rensch Collection, 1924-1971.

Research materials collected by Mr. and Mrs. Rensch for HISTORIC SPOTS IN CALIFORNIA and other works and projects.

 
Hero Eugene Rensch papers concerning Historic spots in California, 1926-1941.

Contains notes, maps, brochures and clippings about historical locations throughout California used in preparation for his publication "Historic Spots in California," written in collaboration with his wife Ethel and under the auspices of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Also...

 
Hero Eugene Rensch papers on Alameda County, circa 1930-1940.

Contains manuscripts, reports and notes about places in Alameda County. Many were written for the Federal Writers Project of the Works Progress Administration, district 8, project #65-3-646, symbol #1873, project #4269. H.E.Rensch was the supervisor and F. J. Drummond the...

 
Herold (R. A.) drawings of the General Hospital

The R. A. Herold drawings of the General Hospital span 3 linear feet and are dated July 3, 1924. The collection consists of five architectural drawings of the General Hospital’s laundry, power house and garage, in the form of reprographic...

 
Herold (Rick) Photographs and Papers

Photographs and papers by and about professional artist, author, and teacher Rick Herold. Herold used a variety of media and techniques including painting, reverse painting on plastic, neon, sculpture, performance art, and tattooing. Many of his works dealt with the...

 
Heron (Edith H.) Collection

The Edith Harvey Heron Collection (1895-1980) documents this California artist's professional work and history. The collection includes watercolors, drawings, etchings, miscellaneous art, prints, newspaper articles, pamphlets, photographs, and professional records. The materials provide background information on Heron's artistic interests...

 
Heroys (Alexandre) typescript

Relates to Russo-Romanian military activities during World War I and to the Russian Revolution.

 
Herr (Horace H.) papers

Diary, photographs, and a memoir entitled Face To Face with the Mohammedan Menace in the Maghreb, relating to social conditions in Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia.

 
Herrera (Juan Felipe) Papers

Manuscripts and other original work, correspondence (mainly incoming), works by other writers and artists (primarily Chicano).

 
Herrera (Noe) collection

Photographs and magazine illustrations, depicting V. I. Lenin and Joseph Stalin.

Herring (W. Conyers) Papers

Reports and lectures notes.

 
Herrington (Dorothy) collection

Brochure, prepared by the Bohemian Club, commemorating the eightieth birthday of Herbert Hoover, 1954; and menu, for a luncheon for Nikita Khrushchev on the Southern Pacific Railroad, 1959.

 
Herrington (Fred S.) Menu Collection

Fred Herrington (1898-1971) was a California lawyer who collected menus. The collection contains shipboard and restaurant menus from around the world from circa 1850-1971.

 
Herrington (Maycie) Papers

The Maycie Herrington papers are contained within the Tuskegee Airmen Archive. This archive consists of materials related to those individuals who served at Tuskegee Army Air Field, and its predecessors, as well as materials pertaining to Tuskegee Airmen, Inc., a...

 
Herriot (John George) Papers

These papers document his career as a mathematician and include his notes taken while a student at Brown University, 1937-41, and his master's and doctoral theses, 1940-41; research files (notes, computations, articles, computer printouts, some correspondence, and other materials) on...

 
Herrmann (Bernard) Collection of Music for Film, Television, and Radio Productions

Collection consists of manuscripts, ozalid masters and copies, scores and parts of radio, television, and film music. Includes arrangements used in CBS Crime Classics radio show and music from the following films: Battle of Neretva, Jason and the Argonauts, The...

Herrmann (Bernard) Papers

The collection is focused around the composing and conducting activity of Bernard Herrmann (1911-1975) between the years 1927 and 1975. A small body of personal papers adds some material relating to his personal life (personal and legal correspondence, diaries, financial...

 
Herrmann (Bernard) Radio and Television Music

Copies of radio programs and television programs with original music by Bernard Herrmann.

 
Herrmann (Egon) trial transcript

Relates to the trial of E. Herrmann and six others in Munich for disturbance of the peace and slander, in connection with protests of refugees against the administration of the Bavarian Secretariat of Refugee Affairs.

 
Herrnkind (Alfred) papers

Correspondence and personal documents, relating to German military operations on the Western and Eastern fronts during World War II. Includes some papers of other Herrnkind family members.

 
Herrod (B.) mimeograph

Maintains civilization to be contrary to nature.

 
Herron (Edwin Eugene) Drawings

American artist working under the name Copain. Depicts world leaders and revolutionaries. Used to illustrate the journal Intercontinental Press.

 
Herron (George D.) Papers

Correspondence, interviews, lectures, essays, notes, and clippings, relating to the League of Nations, territorial quesions, prisoners of war, and other political and economic issues at the Paris Peace Conference.

 
Herrscher (Edmond) papers

Edmond Herrscher was an attorney and businessman in California who was involved in the early development of Century City. The collection consists of clippings, legal documents, photographs, and writings related to Herrscher's business and personal life.

 
Herschensohn (Bruce) Papers

Bruce Herschensohn is a prolific writer and filmmaker involved in domestic and foreign politics, known for his documentaries and political commentaries. The collection includes items collected and created by him as an independent filmmaker, a Director at the United States...

 
Herschensohn (S. Bruce) Papers, White House Central Files, 1972-1974

S. Bruce Herschensohn was a Deputy Special Assistant to the President. He was an expert on propaganda and film-making, serving initially as a consultant on political matters and as a speechwriter. Herschensohn would later act as a liaison with the...

 
Hersey (L. Ray) Letter regarding Beecher Island

This is a letter from L. Ray Hersey to E. A. Brininstool relating to Beecher Island.

 
Hershberger (William D.) Papers

William Delmar Hershberger (1903-1987) received his Ph.D in electrical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania (1937). He worked on submarine detection using underwater sound, applied pulsed microwaves to target detection, laid out the first complete radar equipment used in the...

 
Hershey Hall. Materials and photographs.

Record Series 674 contains photographs and materials generated by UCLA's Hershey Hall.

 
Hershman-Leeson (Lynn) Papers

A collection of archival papers, audio-visual media, publications, artifacts, photographs, letters, and other documents connected to Hershman-Leeson's art works and projects created since the 1970s and through 2003.

 
Hersholt (Jean) papers

The Jean Hersholt papers span the years 1916-1956 (bulk 1920s-1940s) and encompass approximately 9.5 linear feet. The collection contains scripts, clippings, pressbooks, programs, scrapbooks, and photographs. The scrapbooks make up the bulk of the collection. The 25 volumes contain magazine...

 
Herta Silberman Rapp family papers, 1933-1996.

The collection consists of the identity, immigration, and citizenship papers of Herta and Martin Rapp.

 
Herter (Christian Archibald) miscellaneous papers

Correspondence with Manley O. Hudson and Arthur Sweetser, officials of the League of Nations, relating to accomplishments of the League of Nations and to prospects of the League for maintenance of peace and resolution of international disputes in the future.

 
Hertmanowicz (Joseph J.) Papers

Writings and speeches, memoranda, and resolutions, relating to the history, economy, and foreign policy of Lithuania and to the movement for Lithuanian independence. Includes appeals from Lithuanian-American organizations to the U.S. government urging recognition of the independence of Lithuania.

 
Hertrich (William) Papers

Development of San Marino ranch and the Huntington Botanical Gardens; construction of the Huntington residence and of the Huntington Library; city of San Marino, California. Articles relative to botanical gardens and specific species....

 
Hertz (Alfred) Papers

Related collection: Lilly Hertz papers (ARCHIVES Hertz 2)...

 
Hertz (Lilly) Papers

The Lilly Hertz collection includes a great number of poems in her hand, programs and reviews of recitals, correspondence for the period 1934-1940, private correspondence between Lilly and Alfred Hertz, newspaper clippings related to her social career, and other material....

 
Hertz (Neil) Papers on Paul de Man

This collection comprises research notes and correspondence from Neil Hertz' and Tom Kennan's 1988 research trip to Belgium to gather information for .

 
Hertzka (Arpad Richard) Collection

Arpad Richard (A.R.) Hertzka was a businessman involved in paper importing, first in Thailand from the early 1900s to the late 1910s, then in Shanghai from the early 1920s to 1949. The collection consists of loose photographs, photography books, and...

 
Herve (Yvon) papers

Writings and printed matter, relating to the history of Lézardrieux, France, during World War II.

 
Hervey (Harcourt) papers

Personnel records and correspondence (typewritten), relating to the career of H. Hervey in the United States Army and in the California National Guard. Photocopy.

 
Herz (Martin F., collector) Propaganda Leaflets

North Vietnamese and Viet Cong propaganda directed at American soldiers in Vietnam.

 
Heshang video tape

Relates to Chinese culture and history, and to current political and economic conditions in China. Broadcast on Chinese television.

 
Hess (Richard) Collection

Tapes and digitally transferred files from the early years of American tape recording. Transfers were done by engineer and researcher Richard L. Hess. Digital files are only available at Stanford Archive of Recorded Sound.

 
Hess (Robert D.) Papers

Papers primarily pertain to Hess' research interests and include correspondence, lectures, articles, papers, reprints, project files, reports, and video and audio tapes; some files pertain to the cross-cultural study he conducted with Hiroshi Azuma of the University of Tokyo comparing...

 
Hess (Stephen) papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, studies, reports, memoranda, printed matter, and photographs, relating to children and youth in the United States, and to the proceedings of the White House Conference on Children and Youth.

Hesse (Frederick Godfrey) Papers

Certificate of appointment as professor of mathematics in the U. S. Navy, signed by Abraham Lincoln; biographical data; letters of condolence to his children; and obituaries.

 
Hessen (Dymitr) papers

Correspondence, writings, printed matter, personal documents, and photographs, relating to literature and philosophy. Includes papers of Sergei Gessen, father of D. Hessen.

 
Hesser (Edwin B.) papers

Edwin Bower Hesser (1893-1962) was a prominent photographer who worked in New York and Los Angeles during the golden age of Hollywood and developed his own color photography system known as Hessercolor. The bulk of the collection consists of photographic...

 
Hessler, Robert Raymond Papers, 1932-1991 bulk 1947-1980

The accession consists of correspondence, photographs, proposals and subject files. The correspondence consists largely of letters exchanged by Dr. Hessler and his wife, Anita Y. Hessler both before and after their marriage in 1954. Many of Hessler's letters to his...

 
Hester (M.A.), Leland Stanford Junior University Typescript

Text of an article or possibly a speech about the history of the University, with mention of President David Starr Jordan and Prof. Oliver P. Jenkins....

 
Hester (Wilhelm) photographic envelopes

The Wilhelm Hester photographic envelopes (SAFR 14039, HDC 45) comprises two original manufacturers envelopes used for photographic paper and a fragment of an original note from Hester, photographer. During the 1890s and early 1900s, Hester documented the sailing ships and...

 
Hester, Wilhem photographs

Marine photographer Wilhelm Hester's images of sailing ships and seamen of Washington's Puget Sound from 1893-1905. The collection of mostly 8 x 10 inch glass gelatin dry plates includes broadside views of vessels at anchor, crew portraits, masters and family...

 
Heston (Charlton) papers

The Charlton Heston papers span the years 1941-1992 and encompass 22.6 linear feet. The collection contains production material and scripts, playscripts, theater programs, clippings, correspondence, fanzines, an entire run of the "Charlton Heston Newsletter" (1956-1971), interview transcripts, text of addresses...

 
Hetch Hetchy and Yosemite views [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

 
Hetherington (Clark Wilson) Scrapbook

Scrapbook pertains largely to student life and athletics at Stanford University, 1891-1895, and includes class registration cards, receipts, time schedules, programs, invitations, illustrations, photographs, and other ephemera. Of note are ASSU election ballot with H. C. Hoover for treasurer, April...

 
Heumann (Karl) correspondence

Relates to German military operations during World War II.

 
Heusken (Henry C.J.) Papers

Henri C.J. Heusken (1832-1861) served as secretary and interpreter for Townsend Harris, the first U.S. Consul-General in Japan. The collection consists of the manuscript of the . The diary, illustrated with 37 original ink wash vignettes by the author, is...

 
Heuss (Theodor) miscellaneous papers

Three speeches, relating to the moral legacy of World War II; and two letters to the German-American jurist Alfred Gerstel, relating to personal matters.

 
Hewes (David) Collection

Correspondence and manuscript narrative of the life of David Hewes....

 
Hewins (Ralph) collected papers for biography of Getty (J. Paul)

The collection comprises material created or collected by Ralph Hewins in the course of researching and writing the biography The Richest American: J. Paul Getty (1960). The material dates from around the 1890s to 1973 and includes correspondence that discusses...

 
Hewitt (Christopher) Papers

Christopher Hewitt was a gay poet, disabled activist, recovered alcoholic, editor, and college teacher. His papers include poetry, prose, correspondence, journals and diaries, photographs, sketches, drawings, and audio-visual materials.

 
Hewitt family letters, 1850-1862.

Letters from William Hewitt to family members, written from Rio Casamondo and Sacramento, Calif., and from on board the steam frigate Samson during the Civil War; from Doreus Hewitt, 1854, providing a account of a 34 day voyage from New...

 
Hewitt (William B.) Papers.

William B. Hewitt served as Professor of Plant Pathology at the University of California, Davis. The collection contains research material, correspondence, reports, and handbooks.

 
Hewlett (William R.) Library

These CD-ROMs contain a database for William R. Hewlett's personal library (1997); the PC version also contains childhood photographs of Hewlett, scanned on the ocassion of his 85th birthday (1998)....

 
Hewlett-Packard Ephemera collection

This collection contains annual reports, sporadic issues of various Hewlett-Packard publications, product information flyers and brochures, and manuals for various Hewlett-Packard products.

 
Hewston Jr. (John) Letters

Correspondence from John Hewston Jr to Professor J.C. Booth, the Melter Refiner of the U.S. Mint at Philadelphia. The letters discuss the construction of the mint, supplies required to cast the gold, and the chemical and geological concerns of the...

 
Heyneman (Donald) Papers

Includes transcripts of travel notes (to NAMRU, Cairo and Ethiopia, 1981), minutes of laboratory meetings at the Institute for Medical Research, Kuala Lumpur. Received 3/20/91....

 
Heyneman (Julie H.) Collection - Pictorial Material

Predominantly photographs or reproduction prints relating to Heyneman's own art and the works of other artists. Images include works of John Singer Sargent, snapshots of his home and studio on Tite St. (London), and views of the artist at work....

 
Heyneman (Julie H.) Papers

Correspondence, manuscripts of some of her writings, clippings and photographs. Relating mainly to her study of art and her travels in Europe, her association with prominent English artists and writers, and her work with California House and Kitchener Houses during...

 
Heyning (John) Phonograph Record Collection

78 RPM records include 1970s pop and rock artists.

 
Heyworth-Dunne (James) Papers

Theses, studies, notes, writings, and correspondence, relating to the history, philosophy, literature, education, and religion in Egypt, the Arab world, and Turkey.

 
Hezbawi genbar harenat ʼEretra [Eritrean People's Liberation Front] sound recordings

Political and nationalist songs relating to the Eritrean revolutionary separatist movement.

 
H.G. Hulburd accounts : ms., 1851-1859.

For grocery stores in Placerville and Grizzly Flat, California. v.1-journal, 1851-1859; v.2-ledger, 1855-1859.

 
H.H. Richmond correspondence, 1890-1891.

Contains 7 letters pertaining to business of the Argus.

 
Hibbard and Gerity records

The Hibbard and Gerity records span 2 linear feet and date from circa 1920 to circa 1953. The collection contains 5 scrapbooks (some disbound) and three loose panoramic black-and-white photographs. Scrapbook number one is bound and is filled with tear...

 
Hibbs (Albert R.) Papers

The Albert R. Hibbs Papers, 1884-2009 (80 boxes) document the personal life and career of Hibbs as a manager and scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), the relationships between JPL, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and...

 
Hibernia Bank Records

Consists primarily of organizational records, including bylaws and Board of Directors' meeting minutes, 1862-1950 (v.4- 49). A few cash receipt books, 1859-1861, mortgage tax receipt books and indexes from the 1860s and 1870s, and a sampling of passbooks and other...

Hibi (Hisako) Collection

Sixty-three oil paintings painted by Hibi at Tanforan Assembly Center in California and Topaz concentration camp in Utah from 1942 to 1945. Subjects include various daily activities, still lifes, and landscapes....

 
Hibi (Matsusaburo) Papers

This collection consists of correspondence, exhibition catalogs, a scrapbook, sketches, watercolors, drawings, oil paintings, and monotype prints by Issei artist Matsusaburo Hibi. Many of these materials relate to the time Hibi spent in the Tanforan Assembly Center (California) and the...

 
Hichborn (Franklin) Papers

Franklin Hichborn (1868-1964) was a legislative reporter in Sacramento for the (1897-1951), a advocate for public ownership of public utilities, and a trustee for the John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation. Boxes 1-184 include correspondence, articles, speeches, reports, financial...

 
Hick (Reginald) mugs collection

Mugs carved by an inmate of the Santo Tomás prison camp in the Japanese-occupied Philippines during World War II.

 
Hickerson Family Papers

The Hickerson Family Papers includes photographs, newspaper clippings, cards, programs, certificates, and musical scores related to the Hickerson and Swayzee families and their friends. The papers also document the Hickerson Family's involvement with the Oakland, CA First African Methodist Episcopal...

 
Hickey (Alice) Home Economics Workbook

This collection consists of a scrapbook or home economics workbook created by Alice Hickey in the 1930s. The materials include hand-drawn and painted fashion designs along with color samples illustrating basic design principles. In addition to fashion design, black and...

 
Hickey family papers : Silver City & Virginia City, Nevada : 1878-1934.

Includes three membership cards in Silver City Miner's Union No. 92, 1909, 1918, 1920; a deed for property at Silver City, Nevada, July 5, 1878; and a bill from the Virginia City Water Company, June 30, 1934.

 
Hickey (Robert Ferdinand) papers

Correspondence, speeches, orders, personnel records, memoranda, printed matter, photographs, and certificates, relating to American naval aviation, particularly during World War II and the Korean War.

 
Hickinbotham Brothers Collection

Hickinbotham Brothers, a supplier of steel, industrial supplies, and hardware is one of Stockton, California's, oldest and most venerable businesses. The Hickinbotham Brothers Collection includes a sample of published advertising material, a history, catalogs, and lists of products that afford...

 
Hickling (Gary) Collection on Lotte Lehmann

Materials by and related to Lotte Lehmann, collected by Gary Hickling (1941-), Lotte Lehmann discographer, radio host, bassist and founder and past president of the Lotte Lehmann Foundation and Lotte Lehmann League.

Hickling (Gary) Collection on Lotte Lehmann

Includes correspondence and research notes related to Hickling's discography of Lehmann performances; documemts and articles; and various sound recordings.

 
Hickman (Charles S.) Papers

Charles Sharpless Hickman (1913-1959) was the Los Angeles music critic for the and various other publications, including the . The collection consists of clipped articles, manuscripts, correspondence, notebooks, pictures, and ephemera.

 
Hickman Family Papers and Business Records

Business papers, clippings, correspondence, ephemera, estate papers, legal papers, maps, newspapers and poems, Louis M. Hickman Corporation administrative records, legal affairs, correspondence....

 
Hickman Family Papers and Business Records, 1849-1933.

Business papers, clippings, correspondence, ephemera, estate papers, legal papers, maps, newspapers and poems, Louis M. Hickman Corporation administrative records, legal affairs, correspondence.

 
Hickman (James Burr) Collection

Letters, documents and artifacts from James Burr Hickman, a member of the Army Air Corps in World War I who was killed in an air accident in Germany after the war.

 
Hickman (Leland) Papers

The papers of Leland Hickman, actor, American poet, and editor. The bulk of the material dates from 1979 to 1989 and is related to the publication of the literary magazines Bachy, Boxcar, and Temblor, including extensive correspondence, original submissions, paste-ups,...

 
Hickok (Beverly) papers

Beverly Hickok is an author, retired librarian, and native Californian who came out as a lesbian during the 1940s. The papers includes a variety of personal and professional documents, photo albums, journals, travel notes, newspaper and magazine clippings, correspondence, published...

 
Hickok (Robert) Conducting Scores for Handel Oratorios

Robert Hickok is a Professor Emeritus at the University of California, Irvine where he was the Dean of the School of the Arts and founder/conductor of the Irvine Camerata. This collection includes photocopies of two scores by George Frideric Handel...

 
Hicks Engine plans and marketing materials

The Hicks Engine plans and marketing materials (SAFR 17336, HDC 1092) contains mainly fabrication drawings for Hicks engines and parts, and assembly lists for Hick's engines produced between 1918 to 1950. A small number of documents include 2 offset printed...

 
Hicks (Richard) Dear Dr. Pierce

Notebook in boards with original oil paintings on the boards. The notebook contains poems and drawings, written in the form of a letter to Roy Harvey Pearce....

 
Hidalgo State [Mexico] panoramic photographs, circa 1900

Series of 12 black/white panoramic photographs, with captions, mainly of the plaza and surrounding mining area of Mineral del Monte, in the State of Hidalgo, Mexico. Alpha list.

 
Hidden Treasure Mine views, Placer County, Calif. [graphic]

Photographs focus on the supply of electricity to the mine, showing generators, power lines, and other related equipment. Interior and exterior views are present.

 
Hiebert (C. N. and Helen) Papers

This record group contains sermon outline notes, class notes, autobiographical material, clippings, annotated Bibles, sound tape reels and sound tape cassettes, diaries, scrapbooks, photographs and other material relating to C. N. and Helen Hiebert....

 
Hiebert (D. Edmond) Papers

This record group includes general biographical information on D. Edmond Hiebert and the Hiebert family, 1942-1995; student materials created by Hiebert, 1928-1948; correspondence, ca. 1946-1995; course syllabi, notes and exams from classes taught by Hiebert, 1942-1985; public presentation notes and...

 
Hiestand (John) Collection

Letters, conference proceedings, transcripts of radio broadcasts, propaganda leaflets, and printed matter, relating primarily to the work of the United States Office of War Information and the United States Army Psychological Warfare Branch in the Southwest Pacific, 1944-1945.

 
Higa (Taro) Papers

Thomas Tarō Higa, a Hawaiian-born Kibei, was born in 1916. He was a member of the 100th Infantry Battalion. The collection consists of documents of Higa's speech tour (1944) sponsored by the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL), photocopies of newspaper...

 
Higby (William) Letters

Letters of William Higby to his mother and father....

 
Higginbotham (Mitchell) Papers

The Mitchell Higginbotham papers are contained within the Tuskegee Airmen Archive. This archive consists of materials related to those individuals who served at Tuskegee Army Air Field, and its predecessors, as well as materials pertaining to Tuskegee Airmen, Inc., a...

 
Higgins (Colin) Papers

Colin Higgins (1941-1988) was a screenwriter and director of the film comedies , , , and . The collection consists of personal and professional correspondence, screenplays in various drafts, research materials, production reports, army and college notes, and photographs.

 
Higgins (Dick) Papers

American artist, poet, writer, publisher, composer, and educator. The archive contains papers collected or generated by Higgins, documenting his involvement with Fluxus and happenings, pattern and concrete poetry, new music, and small press publishing from 1972 to 1994, with some...

 
Higgins (Ethel B.) Papers

Ethel Bailey Higgins was the curator of botany at the San Diego Natural History Museum, and the author of (1931) and (1949). The collection consists of manuscripts, photocopies, and printed booklets about the flora and fauna of San Diego County,...

 
Higgins (Floyd Halleck) Collection

News editor for Caterpillar Tractor Company (1927-1933); freelance agricultural journalist (1933-1971). Brochures, correspondence, manuscripts, clippings, serials, photographs, and posters relating to the development of agricultural machinery in the United States, Canada, and Europe, particularly the history of tractors and combines.

 
Higgins (Floyd Halleck) Papers.

Manuscripts and research notes about agricultural machinery in the U.S., Canada, and Europe.

Higgins (Floyd Halleck) Photographs of Mexican Sugar Beet Workers

Floyd Halleck Higgins was born on May 15, 1886, in Keokuk, Iowa. After graduating from Iowa State College in Ames, he moved to Chicago and western Canada to work in a variety of public relations positions including Director of Public...

 
Higgins (Frank H.) Papers

Correspondence, photographs, printed matter, and memorabilia, relating to American defense policy.

 
Higgins, Frank Wayland Letter by Gov. of New York state, Frank W. Higgins dated April 25, 1906 regarding raising sums for money for earthquake relief.

One typewritten letter dated April 25, 1906, with handwritten signature, from Frank W. Higgins, Governor of New York, to Morris K. Jesup, Esq., President of the New York Chamber of Commerce. The letter acknowledges the raising of "large sums of...

 
Higgins (Trumbull) papers

Writings, correspondence, and photographs, relating to twentieth-century military history, and especially to aspects of World War II, the Indochinese War, and the Cuban missile crisis. Includes drafts of a book-length study entitled "Pluto and Vulture: A Comparison between John F....

 
High achieving nonconformist in local and state government : oral history transcript / 1978.

Photographs transferred to the Pictorial Collections of The Bancroft Library (BANC PIC 1978.196--PIC)

 
The High Country Magazine Collection, 1967-2010.

The High Country Magazine was created in 1967 by a group of writers in the Temecula area and was published quarterly until 1984. In 1984 the magazine, due to a dwindling membership went on hiatus, but returned in 2002 with...

 
High Performance Magazine Records

High Performance magazine records document the publication's content, editorial process and administrative history during its quarterly run from 1978-1997. Founded as a magazine covering performance art, the publication gradually shifted editorial focus first to include all new and experimental...

 
High (Sidney C.) papers

Correspondence, writings, studies, reports, memoranda, bulletins, and printed matter, relating to vocational education in the United States, the Philippines, South Vietnam, and elsewhere in Asia and Africa.

 
High Sierra photographs [graphic] /

Views of the following locations in the Sierra Nevadas are included: Mather Pass, Muir Pass, Sixty Lake Basin, Dragon Peak, Granite Basin, Black Mountain, Le Conte Canyon, and others.

 
High (Stanley) typescript

Relates to the role of the United States in post-World War II reconstruction.

 
Higher education archive

Unpublished finding aid available in Chicano Studies Library.

 
Higher education for women in Japan, 1946-1948 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1966-1968.

Experiences as adviser to Supreme Command of Allied Powers on higher education for women in Japan. Included also (as v. 2): copies of articles by Miss Holmes; corespondence, clippings, etc.; copy of the Report of the United States Education Mission...

 
Higher Education Master Plan Review Commission Records

The records of the Commission to Review the Master Plan for Higher Education consist of four cubic feet of textual records as well as 49 audiotapes and 8 videotapes, reflecting the Commission's study and review of California higher education. The...

 
Higher Education Research Institute. Administrative files.

Record Series 774 contains the administrative files of the UCLA Higher Education Research Institute (HERI), formerly known as the Higher Education Laboratory. These files include: correspondence, data runs, reports, selected survey instruments, and documents on the Cooperative Institutional Research Program...

 
"Highlights of a Team Season: Stanford Women's Basketball 1992 National Champions"

People featured in the film include players Rachel Hemmer, Anita Kaplan, Val Whiting, Molly Goodenbour, and coach Tara VanDerveer.

 
Highway Commission Records

The records of the California Highway Commission consists of 157 cubic feet of textual records with selected photographs interfiled reflecting the Commission's study, review, planning, and funding of California's highway projects. The records, dated from 1911-1978, cover the entire period...

 
Highway Film Service distribution records

The Highway Film Service distribution records span the years circa 1977-1988 and encompass approximately 2 linear feet. The collection consists of hundreds of file cards for independent films distributed in Chicago, Illinois; Cincinnati, Ohio; Indianapolis, Indiana; Kansas City, Missouri; and...

 
Higman (Sue) Papers

This collection consists of papers gathered by Sue Higman in her roles as board member and officer of several local Santa Barbara organizations, her correspondence on environmental issues, and papers related to the Early Mission Music Program.

 
Hiking party on Mount Rainier, Washington [graphic]

Hikers identified as making up the party on Mt. Rainier include: John Muir, H.B. Loomis, P.B. Van Tramp, Keith Booth, D.W. Bass (identified as being blind), and Ingraham. One scene identified as Mt. Rainier Camp of Clouds.

 
Hilby (Francis M.) Papers

Business papers, correspondence, pamphlets, and photos....

 
Hilda Doolittle - Galley proofs of End to Torment: A Memoir of Ezra Pound, circa 1886-1961

Galley proofs of End to Torment: A Memoir of Ezra Pound, by Doolittle,an American poet, novelist, and memoirist

 
Hildebrandt (Hans and Lily) papers

An essentially complete record of the life and work of art historian and critic, Hans Hildebrandt, and of his artist wife, Lily, reflecting their interests in modern art, architecture, and decorative arts, and their close friendships with a number of...

 
Hildegarde Flanner photographs [graphic].

Portrait of Hildegarde Flanner, portrait of Mary E. Flanner, and group portrait of Mary E. Flanner's classmates at Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris.

 
Hilder (Lara) and Peter Liederman papers

The Lara Hilder and Peter Liederman Papers document the couple’s environmental and nuclear disarmament activities with the Sierra Club from 1985 to 1994. These efforts focused mainly on campaigns to include nuclear disarmament in the Sierra Club’s policy agenda and...

 
Hileman (Sam) papers

This collection documents the collaboration of Sam Hileman, also known as Samuel Palmer Hileman, Jr., and Carlos Fuentes in the late 1950s and throughout the 1960s. The contents of this collection reflect Hileman’s working process while translating literary works. The...

Hilgard (Ernest Ropiequet) Papers

Papers document his professional career as researcher (focusing on hypnosis) and professor at Stanford University; included are correspondence, research files, articles and papers, lectures, reprints, course materials, records from Professor Hilgard's extensive Stanford committee activities, and his memoirs (1991). Collection...

 
Hilgard family papers, [ca. 1848-1945].

Primarily papers of soil scientist Eugene W. Hilgard relating to his work on the Northern Transcontinental Survey, with the U.S. Census in 1880 and as professor, University of California College of Agriculture. Included are letters, manuscripts of his writings, subject...

 
Hilger (Frances E.) collection

Clippings, periodical issues, leaflets, bulletins, and other printed matter, relating to the Vietnamese War, opposition to the war in the United States, and American and international politics.

 
Hill (Alice L.) papers

Photocopies of research by Alice Hill, daughter of Robert E. Hill (d. 1945), owner and founder of the Indian Territory Illuminating Oil Company (Oklahoma City) and of property above the Oklahoma City pool [oil reserves], into the status of his...

 
Hill (Andrew P., Jr.) Papers

The Andrew P. Hill, Jr. Papers consist of biographical materials, memoirs, correspondence, speeches, course outlines and teaching notes, building designs, California Dept. of Education, Div. of Schoolhouse Planning surveys of district buildings (1927-1930) and draft chapters of at least one...

 
Hill, Andrew P. Photograph Collection

The Andrew P. Hill Photograph Collection primarily consists of commissioned portraits that document Santa Clara College students, campus, and student organizations from the late nineteenth century circa 1890-1932.

Hill (Andrew Putnam) Jr., Papers

The bulk of the Andrew Putnam Hill, Jr. Papers chronicles the training and career of a professional educator and architect over the course of sixty years, from approximately 1910-1975. The collection includes professional and personal correspondence, photographs, academic documents, architectural...

Hill (Andrew Putnam) Photograph Album

The images in this album primarily document the Palo Alto residence of Jane and Leland Stanford, the Palo Alto Stock Farm horses, and Stanford University. The university images include the cornerstone laying in 1887, opening day ceremonies in 1891, Encina...

Hill (Andrew Putnam) Photographs

This collection consists of mounted albumen prints commercially produced by A. P. Hill and his two studios, Hill and Yard and Hill and Watkins. Subjects include views of the Stanford University campus, interior and exterior shots of major buildings, events...

 
Hill (Charles) papers

Collection includes correspondence, speeches and writings, dispatches, memoranda, reports, notes, printed matter, memorabilia, and photographs, relating to international relations and diplomacy, American foreign policy during the presidential administration of Ronald Reagan, and the Chinese Cultural Revolution. Also contains speeches and...

 
Hill (Charles) Special Collection

The Charles A. Hill personal papers contain materials relating primarily to Hill's military career during World War I as an Army Air Service pilot and aviation instructor at the 3rd Aviation Instruction Center.

 
Hill (Claiborne M.) Collection

This collection contains correspondence, financial correspondence, addresses, notes and sermons

 
Hill (Edwin B.) Papers

The collection deals primarily with Hill's activities as a private printer, as a founder of the Frank Holme Memorial Group, and as a collector of books and manuscripts. There are also materials by and about Holme, collected by Hill and...

 
Hill (Frank E.) Collection

Collection includes typescripts, with some corrections in pencil ("Geoffrey Chaucer," WINGED HORSE ANTHOLOGY revision, FATHER WAS PRESIDENT, and unpublished poems), correspondence dating chiefly from the 1960's and pertaining to negotiations for the publication of articles and books, and miscellaneous unpublished...

 
Hill (Fredrick W.) Photographs

Digital images and original negatives of the stagecoaches on Mount Hamilton, Lick Observatory telescope and buildings, and the Hotel Vendome (San