Gladys Tilden Papers, 1875-1982


Gladys Tilden Papers, 1875-1982

The collection contains personal (including family) and professional correspondence regarding fashion activities, her employment with the architect Richard Joseph Neatra and the California Youth Authority, and research on her father, Douglas Tilden, and Eliza Woodson Farnham. Also included are poetry, fictional writings, an unpublished autobiography, an a variety of personal memorabilia.

Number of containers: 12 boxes, 4 cartons; Linear feet: 9.8



SNAC Resource ID: 6664833

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Thieriot, Charles de Young (person)

Estavan, Lawrence (person)

Stone, Irving, 1903- (person)

Matkov, I. Albert (person)

Waldron, Dorothy E. (person)

Shumate, Albert (person)

Shepherd, Barbara (person)

Stanley, Grace (person)

Reagan, Ronald, 1911-2004 (person)

Ronald Wilson Reagan (1911-2004) was the 40th President of the United States and served two terms in office from 1981 to 1989. He was born on February 6, 1911, in Tampico, Illinois, the second son of Nelle Wilson and John Edward ("Jack") Reagan. His father nicknamed him "Dutch" as a baby. In 1920 the family resettled in Dixon, Illinois. In 1928 Reagan graduated from Dixon High School, where he had been student body president, an actor in school plays, and a student athlete. He partici...

Magnin (I.) Company (San Francisco, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Foote, Marcelle K. (person)

Price, Paxton P. (person)

Small Business Administration (Washington, D. C.) (corporateBody)

National Association for Retarded Children (New York, N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Missouri State Library (Jefferson City, Mo.) (corporateBody)

Otis, Mary E. (person)

Rippley, Beatrice (person)

Kennon, Donald R., 1948-.... (person)

Paul E. Behrens (person)

Riccio, Margaret (person)

Smith, Page (person)

Charles Pageward Smith was born in Md. on September 6, 1917 and had completed his undergraduate degree at Dartmouth College in 1940. During WWII, Smith served with the 10th Mountain Division as company commander of Company C of the 85th Infantry. Following the war, he earned his doctorate at Harvard and became a noted historian, writer and professor of history who wrote a number of scholarly works on history. Smith died in Calif. on August 28, 1995. From the description of C. Page Sm...

Lohf, Kenneth A (person)

Librarian. From the description of Reminiscences of Kenneth A. Lohf : oral history, 1973. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 86100392 ...

Hibbs, Ben, 1901-1975 (person)

Ben Hibbs (1901-1975) was an editor for the Saturday Evening Post from 1942 to 1961, and Senior Editor in 1962. From 1963 to 1972, Hibbs was the Senior Editor of Reader's Digest. He collaborated with Dwight D. Eisenhower on his writings for The Saturday Evening Post and Reader’s Digest. From the description of Hibbs, Ben, 1901-1975 (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10609978 ...

Tait, Stuart C. (person)

Chaffee, Jess T. (person)

Haerle, Paul R. (person)

Henkes, J. H. (person)

Bliss, Carey S. (person)

Mewes, Mary E. (person)

Gettysburg National Military Park (Pa.). (corporateBody)

Swingle, M. K. (person)

Harris, Carroll T., 1891-1975 (person)

Tilden, Helen (person)

Meek, Rodolph W. (person)

Settle, Allison (person)

Owens, James K. (person)

Bettini, Jane (person)

Molter, Nelson J. (person)

Farley, Lillian Fischer (person)

Kihn, Phyllis (person)

Bradley, Marcia Williams (person)

Terry, Howard L. (Howard Leslie), 1877-1964 (person)

Moncur, John (person)

McGurk, Mary (person)

Jordan, Ida Larkey (person)

Becker Storage Company (corporateBody)

Fox, Frederika (person)

Maynard, Arthur S. (person)

Mann, James N. (person)

Cooper union library New York, N.Y. (corporateBody)

Malling, Agnes Bright (person)

Paulson, Dewey (person)

Saint Paul's Towers (Oakland, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Wilkinson, Warring (person)

Lillemoe, N. J. (person)

Beverly-Westwood Reporter (Beverly Hills, Calif.) (corporateBody)

California Commission on the Status of Women (Sacramento) (corporateBody)

Brownell, Jean (person)

Elizabeth Delano Cole Tilden (person)

Egli, Jennie June (person)

Unger, Paula (person)

Hughes, Alice (person)

McMenamin, Emmet G. (person)

Schoenfeld, Ed (person)

Rendell, Kenneth W. (person)

Philadelphia Free Library (Pa.) (corporateBody)

Weber, David C., 1924-.... (person)

David C. Weber, who joined the Stanford University Libraries in 1961, was director from 1969 to 1990. From the description of LIBRARY TRENDS : papers, 1969. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 86130538 David C. Weber was Director of Stanford University Libraries from 1969 to 1990. From the description of The Past and Present Future of Stanford's Library: But Will There Be Any Books? : typescript paper, 1990. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122541080 ...

Downie, Harry (person)

Middlewood, J. A. (person)

Thompson, John R., 1929- (person)

John Crear Library (Chicago, Ill.) (corporateBody)

Lotz, Charles J. (person)

Rydell, Marge & Homer (person)

Reynolds, Maryan E., 1913-2004 (person)

Washington State Library was the first American library north of the Columbia River. It was established by the passing of the Organic Act of the Territory of Washington on March 2, 1853. According to the Organic Act, the library was "to be kept at the seat of government." As the seat of government moved, so did the library. By 1917 the library was in the basement of the Temple of Justice where it remained until 1959. The Joel M. Pritchard Building (Pritchard Building) was built south of the Legi...

New York State Library (corporateBody)

Fox, Heather (person)

Ravera, E. E. (person)

Mountain View Cemetery Association (Oakland, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Pollack, Merrill (person)

Moulin Photographic Studios (San Francisco, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Snee, Jane (person)

Grosenbaugh, Downey A. (person)

California State Employees Credit Union (Los Angeles) (corporateBody)

Worth, Florence J. (person)

Haskell, Ida C. (person)

Mitchell, Standish L. (person)

Cumming, Eileen (person)

Connecticut College Library (New London, Ct.) (corporateBody)

Hagenburger, Carl, Mrs. (person)

McDole, T. W. (person)

Dellamonica, Marjorie (person)

Hendershott, Alice P. (person)

Johns Hopkins University Library (Baltimore, Md.) (corporateBody)

de Brunhoff, Michel (person)

Schiaparelli, Madame (person)

Cope, Alora (person)

Caraman Chimay, Therese de (person)

Barnett, Charles G. (person)

Fruge, August, 1909- (person)

Belliveau, James E. (person)

Manlius City Library (N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Sullivan, James (person)

Boerum, Marie (person)

Osherenko, Joseph R. (person)

Staten Island Institute of Arts and Sciences (N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Dickson, Fred R. (person)

Sierra Club (San Francisco, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Cole, Cornelius, II (person)

Scharrenberg, Paul (person)

Seaman and labor activist. Born Hamburg, Germany, August 21, 1877. Died 1969. Editor of the International Seamen's Union of America's newsletter, Seamen's Journal; Secretary, California Federation of Labor, 1910-1936; Commission of Immigration and Housing, 1913-1922; San Francisco City Planning Commission, 1917-1926; State Board of Harbor Commissioners, 1927-1931; Legislative representative for AFL, 1937-1943; Director, California State Dept. of Industrial Relations. ...

Sheldon, Grace H. (person)

Walker, May N. (person)

Seay, Claire (person)

Davidoff, Mona (person)

Ropp, M. P. (person)

Randall, Wanda M. (person)

Shenton, Elizabeth (person)

Santa Clara Mission (Calif.) (corporateBody)

McDonough, Roger H. (person)

New England Historic Genealogical Society (corporateBody)

Rochlen, A. M. (person)

Clark, Donald Thomas (person)

Post, Mary A. (person)

Dabagh, Eleanor Jean L. (person)

Douglas Aircraft Company (Santa Monica, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Jackson, Major, 1968-.... (person)

Atkinson, Edith (person)

Richardson, Maud Wilkinson (person)

Corten, Everett A. (person)

Leone, Peter A. (person)

Hacker, Nancy A. (person)

Dakin, Marion J. (person)

Edwards, Helen, 1946- (person)

Lord, Bertha (person)

Gerow, Sarah (person)

Maryland State Library (Annapolis, Md.) (corporateBody)

Bull, Grace Colegrove Mellus (person)

Nunis, Doyce Blackman (person)

Boddy, Manchester (person)

Gilpin, Albert H. (person)

Runde, Winfield Scott (person)

The Heritage (San Francisco, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Wright, Agnes Foster (person)

Frost, John E. (John Eldridge), 1917-1992 (person)

Author, historian, and genealogist, of Maine. From the description of York County, Maine, record book : addenda to record books of towns, 1975. (Maine Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 166428776 Maine author and historian, of Eliot, Me., and New York, N.Y. From the description of Shapleigh family materials, 1939-1988. (Maine Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 703869706 American librarian and editor. From the descr...

University of Michigan Library (Ann Arbor, Mich.) (corporateBody)

Photoprint Company (San Francisco, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Morris, James E. (person)

San Rafael City Library (Calif.) (corporateBody)

Simpson, Dorothy E. (person)

Cookson, Margot K. (person)

Walker, Howard (person)

Prewitt, Nancy C. (person)

Sheehan, G. P., Mrs. (person)

Sullivan, Noël, 1890-1956. (person)

Sullivan was the patron of artists and writers like Langston Hughes, and a friend to Van Wyck Brooks. From the description of Correspondence to Van Wyck Brooks, 1946. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 189621726 ...

Luce, Henry Robinson, 1898-1967 (person)

Editor, publisher, and philanthropist. From the description of Henry Robinson Luce papers, 1917-1967 (bulk 1945-1967). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70979868 Epithet: American publisher British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000705.0x0000d4 Biographical Note 1898, Apr. 3 Born, Shantung Provi...

Layne, Helen (person)

Evans, Jack H. (person)

Elucer, Northup (person)

Cecil, Ellen Curry (person)

White, Burchard C. (person)

Rosenthal, Mildred (person)

Cannon, Raymond J. (person)

Yale University Library (New Haven, Ct.) (corporateBody)

Patton, P. (person)

Cadigan, C. W. (person)

L. Furze-Morrish (person)

Ragsdale, Ray W. (person)

Adams, Frederick B. (Frederick Baldwin), 1910-2001 (person)

Frederick B. Adams was director of the Pierpont Morgan Library. From the description of Correspondence : with Carl Zigrosser, 1948-1964. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155902633 Noted collector, scholar and friend of Robert Frost. From the description of Introduction of Robert Frost at the Poetry Center, 1962 April 15. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 50420452 ...

Clary, Raymond H. (person)

Brown, Catherine Maria Hecox Brown (person)

Blair, Nellie A. (person)

Comes, M. K. (person)

Bocher, Main Rousseau (person)

Hammond, George Peter 1896- (person)

American historian, author, director of the Bancroft Library, and professor of history at various American universities. From the description of Papers, 1628-1960. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122599113 George P. Hammond, son of a Danish homesteader in North Dakota, resided in that state until his adolescence, at which point he moved, along with his family, to California. There, he pursued his doctoral degree and established himself as a known scholar of Mexic...

Chicago Historical Society (Ill.) (corporateBody)

Houston, Frances R. (person)

Cole, Elizabeth Smith (person)

Reed, Merrill A. (person)

Finley, Ruth (person)

Taylor, William (person)

Epithet: Captain; Royal Marines British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001151.0x0003e3 Epithet: Vicar of Southill British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001151.0x000024 Epithet: of Emmanuel College, Cambridge British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001151.0x00000f ...

Cohan, Helen (person)

Stobbs, John F. (person)

Pfeiffer, George, III (person)

Butcher and farmer George Anton Pfeiffer emigrated from Germany to Texas in the 1840s with his wife Maria Anna Deinhard, daughter of Johann and Margaretha Deinhard. The couple settled in Sandy Creek, near McDade, Texas, and had six sons and two daughters. Source: Pfeiffer, Roy. "McDade German Catholic Family Mysteries." Accessed August 1, 2011. From the description of Pfeiffer, George Anton,...

Rugen, Paul R. (person)

Ossining Chamber of Commerce (N.Y.) (corporateBody)

Elgar, Ann R. (person)

Ruskell, Helen (person)

Reader's Digest (Pleasantville, N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Power Companies (New York, N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Connecticut Historical Society (Hartford, CT) (corporateBody)

University of the Pacific Library (Stockton, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Clapp, William H. (person)

Bush, Bernard, 1929- (person)

Scott, Josephine (person)

Epithet: MP British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000758.0x000115 ...

Parks, E. Taylor. (person)

Humphry, James, III (person)

Pope, Virginia (person)

Evans, Elliot A. P. (Elliot Arthur Powell), 1907- (person)

Elliott Evans, a noted scholar, educator, and writer, served as curator at the Society of California Pioneers, chair of the Art Department at the University of California, Santa Barbara and head of the art department at the University of Colorado. From the description of Elliot Evans research files on William S. Jewett, 1845-1967 (bulk circa 1942-1967). (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 122354985 ...

Colgate University Library (Hamilton, N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Santa Cruz County Dept. of Social Welfare (Calif.) (corporateBody)

Lenkurt Electric Company (San Carlos, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Kreitzburg, M. J. (person)

Powers, Wilhemina B. (person)

Smith, Robert L. (person)

Russell, Cyril B. (person)

James, Edward T. (person)

John E. James was an appraiser of personal estates. From the description of Estate inventory, 1888. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122580753 James earned his Harvard AB in 1938, his AM in 1941, and his PhD in 1954. From the description of Anti-English feeling in the United States, 1830-1860. [1940] (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 228512229 ...

Holmes, Claire M. & Jefferson (person)

Bartlett, Louis (person)

Radmacher, Camille (person)

Ewing, Stephen D. (person)

Hutter, Francis (person)

Monardo, George D. (person)

Farrell, Sallie (person)

Fairweather, Ghyslaine (person)

Snow, Suzannne F. (person)

Litsinger, Elizabeth C. (person)

Servín, Manuel P. 1920- (person)

Lasswell, David (person)

Deering, F. P. (Frank P.) (person)

Webber, Burt (person)

Andrews, Margaret B. (person)

Penrose, Elizabeth W. (person)

Lyttle, Patricia F. (person)

Mills, Hazel E. (person)

McDonough, Mary. (person)

Thomas, Frank K. (person)

Wolff, Lotte (person)

Robinson, Donald M. (person)

Cross, Stuart G. (person)

Biographical/Historical Sketch Cross earned his B.A. (1947) and M.A. (1948) in history at Stanford University; for many years he was the manager of the Curry Company, operator of facilities at Yosemite National Park. From the guide to the Stuart G. Cross, "Stanford and Yosemite" typescript, 1981, (Department of Special Collections and University Archives) ...

Ulrich, B. Elizabeth, (Barbara Elizabeth), 1910- (person)

Taggert, Harold Francis (person)

Goodwin, Gordon (person)

Stensvold, Alan (person)

Palmer, Robert B., Ph. D. (person)

Hoar, Leonora (person)

Harris, R. E. G. (person)

Cornelius, Brother, b. 1877. (person)

Levey, Edythe B. (person)

Leifer, Martin (person)

Babb, James T. (James Tinkham), 1899-1968 (person)

Seltzer, Leon E. (person)

Goodspeed's Book Shop (Boston, Mass.), (corporateBody)

Castle, Ursula Cole (person)

Whitney, Doris S. (person)

Stratton, Lillian (person)

Srnka, John A. (person)

Mezek, Melvin E. (person)

East, Ernest E. (Ernest Edward), 1885-1960 (person)

Lincoln scholar. Prolific author of articles about Lincoln and many other aspects of Illinois history. Archival Asst. at the Illinois State Archives. Longtime director of the Illinois State Historical Society (President, 1944-45). President of the Sons of the American Revolution. Wrote for Springfield and Peoria newspapers. From the description of Papers, [ca. 1934]-1960. (Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library). WorldCat record id: 39312594 ...

Churchon, L. M. (person)

Rosenthal, Bernard, 1934-.... (person)

New York University Library (New York, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

Richards, Rosalind, 1874-1964 (person)

Richards was the daughter of Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards. From the description of Correspondence to Van Wyck Brooks, [between 1940 and 1961]. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 183652590 Edwin Arlington Robinson was an American poet and an acquaintance of the Richards family from Gardiner, Maine. From the description of Rosalind Richards collection on Edward Arlington Robinson, ca.1897-1944. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 82065...

Orchison, Adrienne (person)

Milton-on-Hudson (N.Y.) Postmaster (corporateBody)

Prentiss, S. Gilbert (person)

Pajalich, Mary Moran (person)

Moffitt, Herbert Charles, 1868-1951 (person)

Frank, L. (Lisa) (person)

Thies, Frieda C. (Frieda Charlotte), 1880-1984 (person)

Frieda C. Thies was curator of manuscripts at the Milton S. Eisenhower Library, The Johns Hopkins University. She was born in Baltimore in 1880 and began working as librarian at Hopkins in 1902 and continued there until her retirement in 1968. Her work included cataloging the extensive correspondence of the poet, Sidney Lanier, and doing the bibiliography for a 10 volume collection of Lanier's works that was published in 1946 by the Johns Hopkins Press. Miss Thies died i...

Polivanov, Magda (person)

Stewart, William C. (person)

Menzemer, Kathryn (person)

Knox College Library (Galesburg, Ill.) (corporateBody)

Fielstra, Gerritt E. (person)

Saxton, Eugene F. (Eugene Francis), 1884-1943 (person)

Spurr, Richard E. (person)

San Diego City Library (Calif.) (corporateBody)

Berthelot, Paul. (person)

Smith, Margaret I. (person)

Rochrenbeck, William J. (person)

Bassett, T. D. Seymour (Thomas D. Seymour) (person)

Tenney, Elaine (person)

Pettitt, George A. (George Albert), 1901-1976 (person)

Morgan, Dale L. (Dale Lowell), 1914-1971 (person)

Author and historian of the Amercian West. From the description of Scrapbook, 1916-1953. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122630659 Dale L. Morgan (1914-1971), Western historian, was born in Salt Lake City and educated at the University of Utah. He was state superintendent for the Utah Writer's Project of the Works Progress Administration (1940-42) and information specialist with the Office of Price Administration during World War II. As a Guggenheim Fellow for 1947-48, Morgan...

Caldwell, Mildred (person)

Parcells, Thomas (person)

Schiedeck, Frank R. (person)

Bonwit-Teller (New York, N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Flake, Kolma (person)

Fowler, Thomas F. (person)

Flint, Margaret A. (person)

Beattie, D. S. (person)

Stern, Madeline B., 1912- (person)

Tilden, Gladys, 1900- (person)

Gladys Tilden, daughter of the renowned California sculptor, Douglas Tilden. She served as a business manager, copy editor & editorial assistant at the office of French Vogue, wrote French and German synopses for Paramount Pictures, was a traveling representative for Bonwit-Teller, and free-lanced for Vogue and House and Garden. She also was the first woman managing editor in the engineering department of Douglas Aircraft Company, taught mechanics and edited a variety of other publications. ...

Malkiel, Henrietta (person)

Benedict, Henry (person)

Schuel, Abraham J. (person)

Guilfoyle, Merlin Joseph, 1908- (person)

Warshaw, Jules J. (person)

Johnson Gear & Manufacturing Company (Berkeley, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Jay, Robert (person)

Potter, Andy (person)

Quincy City Library (Ill.) (corporateBody)

Hallock, H. G. C. (person)

Clergyman and missionary. From the description of Circular letter of H.G.C. Hallock, 1928. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79450730 ...

Giffen, Helen S. (Helen Smith), 1893- (person)

Goodyear, Van (person)

Tilberg, Frederick (person)

Ware, Mrs. (person)

University of Illinois Library (Chicago, Ill.) (corporateBody)

Lemp, Norman T. (person)

Price, Paul (person)

Bosley, William B. (person)

Benaventure, Jean (person)

Day, James M. (person)

Albany Academy for Girls (Albany, N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Thomas, Houston (person)

Clemons, Elizabeth (person)

Lewis, Clarence O. (person)

Liebes, Leon (person)

Smith College Library (Northampton, Mass.) (corporateBody)

Beck, Lydia (person)

Neutra, Dione. (person)

White, Alene Lowe (person)

Stuart, Reginald R. (Reginald Ray), 1882- (person)

Collection displays letterheads and forms used in 19th century by Wells, Fargo & Company. Wells Fargo, founded 1852, was formed chiefly to transport gold dust and other valuables between California mining frontier and eastern seaboard. By 1866 Wells Fargo had 147 stations within California and controlled traffic between Salt Lake City and San Francisco. From the description of Stuart Transportation Documents, 1859-1899. (University of the Pacific). WorldCat record id: 34661252 ...

Longley, Otis A. (person)

Jay, Suzanne (person)

Dickerson, A. F. (person)

Work, Geraldine (person)

Ross, Robert T., -1972 (person)

Davis, William Newell 1915- (person)

William Newell Davis, Jr. was born in Kingsburg, CA in 1915 and lived for a number of years in Dinuba. He received a Bachelor's in History from Fresno State College in 1936, a secondary teaching credential from U.C. Berkeley in 1937, and a Master's in History from the same institution in 1938. He taught for a time at Beiber High School, then returned to U.C. and received his Doctorate in History in May of 1942. Davis served in the Army Air Force from 1942 to 1946, during which he attained the ra...

MacFarlane, Janet R., 1911-2008 (person)

Hellman, Warren (person)

California. Dept. of Industrial Relations (San Francisco) (corporateBody)

New York Court of Appeals (Albany, N. Y.) (corporateBody)

San Diego Police Dept. (Calif.) (corporateBody)

Tower Publications (New York, N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Saint Louis Mercantile Library Association (Mo.) (corporateBody)

Terry, Alice T. (person)

Mills College Library (Oakland, Calif.) (corporateBody)

White, Rhea A. (person)

Verbeck, Samuel S. (person)

Stuart, Lorine J. (person)

Douglas aircraft company (corporateBody)

Chicago Public Library (Ill.) (corporateBody)

Angels Camp Library (Calif.) (corporateBody)

Middleburg City Library (Middleburg, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

LaHood, Charles G. (Charles George), 1922- (person)

Dillon, Richard H. (person)

Richard Hugh Dillon was born Jan. 16, 1924 in Sausalito, CA; AB (1948), AM (1949), and BLS (1950), UC Berkeley; asst. librarian (1950-53) and librarian (1953-79), Sutro Library, San Francisco; author of many articles and books on California, including: California trail herd (1961), The legend of Grizzly Adams (1966), Fool's gold : the biography of John Sutter (1967), Humbugs and heroes : a gallery of California pioneers (1970), and Delta country (1982). From the description of Papers...

Williams, Richmond D. (person)

Albertson, John (person)

Endicott, R. R. (person)

Sprong, Olive T. (person)

Hafen, Le Roy Reuben, 1893- (person)

West, J. P. (person)

Mace, James K. (person)

Beck, William S. (person)

Becker, A. J. (person)

Mott, William Penn. (person)

Director of the National Park Service 1985-1989; Director of the California State Department of Parks and Recreation, 1967-1975; General Manager of the East Bay Regional Park Destrict, 1962-1967; Superintendent of Parks for Oakland, California, 1946-1962. From the description of William Penn Mott papers. 1985-1989. (Clemson University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 22965395 William Penn Mott, Jr. (1909-1992) was manager of the Oakland Park Dept. and later the East Bay Regio...

O'Neal, B. Joseph (person)

Carnes, Ethel K. (person)

New York Genealogical and Biographical Society (New York, N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Tyrrell, Edward J. (person)

Loh, Eudora (person)

Murdoch, Clare G. (person)

Lockport City Library (N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Hellburn, Willard (person)

Bird, Jessica (person)

Kobler, John. (person)

Author, journalist. From the description of Haitian revolution research materials, 1791-[ca. 1950]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122486157 The John Kobler/Haitian Revolution Research Material was collected in the early 1960's by John Kobler, an author and journalist, toward a biography of Toussaint Louverture. The bulk of the material consists of photocopies of books, pamphlets and printed and autograph documents and letters available in public libraries, arch...

Reynolds (G. W.) Company (corporateBody)

Reams, Leslie (person)

Adams, Thomas Randolph, 1921-2008 (person)

Cushing, John D. (person)

Whitton, Albert K. (person)

Bramwell, A. W. (person)

Humphry, Joseph, III (person)

Vessey, Joseph (person)

Cornell University Library (Ithaca, N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Spack, Vivien M. (person)

Merveldt, Graf V. (person)

Maddock, Helene (person)

Kantor, J. R. K. (James Roland Kristofer), 1928- (person)

Tompkins, John Barr (person)

Cravens, Junius (person)

Alton City Library (Ill.) (corporateBody)

Illinois State History Society (Springfield) (corporateBody)

Griffiths, Keith S. (person)

Dominici, Hortense (person)

Perry, Henry Lee, 1881- (person)

Simpson, John (person)

Epithet: Reverend; of Add MS 34567 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001034.0x0003e1 Epithet: Captain British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001034.0x0003d4 Epithet: Captain; RN; of Add MS 40574 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001034.0x0003d6 Epithet:...

Vaughan, Thomas, 1924-.... (person)

Tom Vaughan, born in 1924, writes about his youth visiting Spirit lake and Mt. St. Helens. From the description of St. Helens. [1980?] (Oregon Historical Society Research Library). WorldCat record id: 57425342 ...

Poland, Reginald (person)

Potter, Mabel Gray (person)

Barnhart, Gilbert R. (person)

Herold, J. Christopher (person)

Jones, Dilys (person)

Green, Frank L. (person)

Carroll, Myrtle M. (person)

Swanton, Harold (person)

Brownlee, Richard S. (person)

Bailly (A.) & Company (Paris, France) (corporateBody)

Wallin, Emilie M. (person)

Superior Publishing Company (Seattle, Wash.) (corporateBody)

Vassar College. Library (corporateBody)

Bonwit, Paul J. (person)

Merklen, Harold (person)

Enoch Pratt Free Library (Baltimore, Md.) (corporateBody)

Post, Guy Bates, 1875-1968 (person)

Overton, Constance M. (person)

Knoblach, Florence White (person)

Tilley, Annabel (person)

Lenz, Herm (person)

Colby, William Edward, 1875-1964 (person)

Biographical Sketch William Edward Colby was born in Benicia, California, in 1875. His mother, Caroline Amelia (Smith) Colby, had been a teacher in the Young Ladies Seminary, and his father, Gilbert Winslow Colby, was a `49er, merchant, state assemblyman and state senator. After attending public schools in Benicia and Berkeley, Colby was graduated from the Hastings College of Law in 1898. He began his practice in San Francisco and soon specia...

Bamber, Addie (person)

William Holmes (person)

Kappa Alpha (Schenectady, N. Y.) (corporateBody)

University of California (1868-1952) (corporateBody)

Administrative History During the mid-twentieth century, the American Labor Movement reached a pinnacle of power and influence within society. The Second World War required that labor be managed as a strategic resource; the high productivity of workers during the war carried over in the peace time economy, which experienced a sustained economic "boom." Unlike European labor relations, where unions play an "official" role in government, the Am...

Francis, Frank Chalton, Sir, 1901-1988 (person)

Epithet: museum director and librarian Title: Knight British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000297.0x0002b6 ...

Jepson, Frank (person)

Culbert, Mike (person)

Robbins, Millie (person)

Osborne, Lewis (person)

Walden, Iris (person)

Roesler, Hugo (person)

Anthoensen Press (Portland, Me.) (corporateBody)

Faulkner, Ray (person)

Chorley, William G. (person)

Maggini, Ernest A. (person)

Carter, R. H. (person)

Frost, Sara (person)

Newell Emmett Advertising Agency (New York, N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Public Archives of Hawaii (Honolulu) (corporateBody)

Venture Bookshop (Highland Park, Ill.) (corporateBody)

Holmes, Claire M. (person)

Harris, W. B. (person)

Whitney, John Hay (person)

John Hay Whitney John Hay Whitney was born into one of the most prominent American families of the twentieth century; widely known for their interests in business, government, publishing, entertainment, philanthropy, horse racing and breeding, and fine art collecting. He was the second child of Payne and Helen Hay Whitney and born in Ellsworth, Maine, on August 17, 1904, while his parents were summering with Clara Stone Hay (mother to Helen Hay Whitney). Mr. Whitney was ...

San Diego Union-Tribune (Calif.) (corporateBody)

Stirling, Nancy W. (person)

Institute on Man & Science (Rensselaerville, N. Y.) (corporateBody)

William R. Scully (person)

Baskin, Sidney (person)

Reed, Daniel J., 1922- (person)

Spearman, Arthur D. (person)

Arthur D. Spearman, S.J. was born on August 26, 1899, in Wheaton, Illinois. He was the son of Frank Spearman (1859-1937), a convert to Catholicism, essayist and novelist who specialized in tales of the West such as Whispering Smith. Father Spearman entered the Society of Jesus on June 15, 1918 and was ordained on June 25, 1931. Most of his priestly life was spent in the California Province. His work embraced teaching and writing but his principal assignments were as Prefect of Libraries. Spearma...

Kirkhuff, Dan (person)

Ridgely, Mabel Lloyd (person)

Weist, John R. (person)

Richardson, Lou (person)

von Brockdorff, Eric (person)

Elizabeth Smith Cole (person)

Walton, Clyde C. (person)

The 10th Mountain Division was the alpine ski division of the U.S. military during World War II; the soldiers of the 10th Mountain Division trained in Colorado, California, and Washington State and fought in Italy during 1944-45. From the description of Clyde C. Walton 10th Mountain Division collection, circa 1945-1989. (Denver Public Library). WorldCat record id: 71205594 The 10th Mountain Division was the alpine ski division of the U.S. military during World War II; the so...

Hanna, Phil Townsend, 1896-1957 (person)

Phil Townsend Hanna was born on Aug. 24, 1896 in Los Angeles, CA; attended Univ. of Southern California; worked for Los Angeles tribune, 1915-16; night city editor, then night editor, Los Angeles times, 1917-19; manager, Los Angeles Bureau of the Associated Press, 1919-20; editor, Western highway builder for six years beginning in 1920; art editor, 1922, editor, 1926, Touring topics (called Westways by 1934); became public relations counsel for the Automobile Club of Southern California, 1941; e...

Prout, Sarah Y. (person)

California Western States Life Insurance Company (Sacramento) (corporateBody)

Hellman, I. W. (person)

Flesh, Alfred (person)

Hogan, William, 1914- (person)

Mrs. Ralph W. Greenlaw (person)

Walsh, Lillian (person)

Anaheim City Library (Calif.) (corporateBody)

American Trust Company (corporateBody)

Millhouse, Vera (person)

Rowland, Earl (person)

Hale, Henry E. (Henry Ewing), 1869-1946 (person)

Physician and local historian, of Princeton, N.J. From the description of Letter, 1924 May 21. (Historical Society of Princeton). WorldCat record id: 70962899 From the description of Certificate, 1884 June 26. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70966908 From the description of Genealogy of the Hale family, [ca. 1943]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70966895 From the description of The Princeton Cavalry Troop, Princeton, New Jersey, 1861-1863, 1945. (Historical ...

Monroe, Roger C. (person)

Bridgwater, Dorothy Wildes. (person)

William, Harry G. (person)

A. F. Dickerson (person)

Harris, E. T. Buck (person)

Village Press (Kensington, Md.) (corporateBody)

California. Office of State Controller (Sacramento) (corporateBody)

Knoob, Lucile (person)

Lemp, Norma T. (person)

Papulies, Diane (person)

Ingols, Reba A. (person)

Sewell, Isabel (person)

Atwood, M. G. (person)

Tolles, Frederick Barnes, 1915-1975 (person)

Quaker librarian, teacher and historian; d. 1975. From the description of Papers, 1871-1969. (Swarthmore College). WorldCat record id: 27344551 ...

Winfrey, Norman H. (person)

Tuck, Ruth (person)

Bekins Van & Storage Company (Santa Monica, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Ottley, Allan R. (person)

Alan Ottley was born in Vancouver, B.C. in 1909 but has been a resident of California since he was 13. He graduated from Santa Barbara High School and Santa Barbara State College and completed library school in Riverside. He worked in the Humboldt County Library and the Sacramento City Library and, after serving with the Navy in the South Pacific, began his long association with the California Section of the California State Library. Mr. Ottley has been active in many professional, ...

Baragwanath, Albert K., 1917-2006 (person)

MacNamee, W. Bruce (person)

Oakwood School (Poughkeepsie, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

In 1858, Friends' Academy of Union Springs was approved by New York Yearly Meeting. In 1879 the name was changed to Oakwood Seminary, although catalogues for the years 1889 and 1890 use the name "Friends Academy." In 1921 the name of the school changed to Oakwood School and the school moved to Poughkeepsie, where it remains today. From the description of Records, 1861-[ongoing] (Swarthmore College). WorldCat record id: 40511653 ...

Michigan State University (East Lansing, Mich.) (corporateBody)

Grant, H. H. (Hector Harley), 1943- (person)

Forest Lawn Memorial Park Association (Glendale, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Eppes, William D. (person)

Ritter, Alfred Henry (person)

Screen Actors Guild (Hollywood, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Pindyck, Frances (person)

Rhode Island Historical Society (Providence, R. I.) (corporateBody)

Los Angeles Board of Public Works (Calif.) (corporateBody)

Brown University Library (Providence, R. I.) (corporateBody)

Milks, Harold, Mrs. (person)

Curtis, M. B. (person)

Kreiss, Dora A. (person)

Patterson Smith Publishing Company (Montclair, N. J.) (corporateBody)

Harding, George L. (George Laban), 1893-1976 (person)

Harding was a collector of printing history whose personal collection of books, periodicals, ephemera, and archival and manuscript material forms the core of the Edward C. Kemble Collections on Western Printing and Publishing at the Calif. Historical Society. He served as Secretary and Treasurer of Pacific Telephone, 1946-1958. From the description of George L. Harding correspondence, 1928-1976. (California Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 122550159 ...

Westcott, Ray D. (person)

Chase, Edna Woolman, 1877- (person)

Farley, Lillian & Frank (corporateBody)

Hunt, Harry C. (person)

Macy, Jean (person)

Holmes, William M. (person)

Ibbetson, Peta (person)

Iris Walden (person)

Emporium (San Francisco, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Harrison, Thomas J. (person)

Goudy, Frances (person)

Weaver, Sylvia (person)

Greenlaw, Georgianna H. (person)

United Spanish War Veterans (Washington, D. C.) (corporateBody)

Staten Island Historical Society (N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Abajian, James de T. (person)

James De Tarr Abajian, 1914-1986. Librarian, archivist, bibliographer. Pioneer in the field of Black history. From the description of James Abajian index files and scrapbooks, 1950-1986. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 122354993 James de Tarr Abajian (1914-1986), bibliographer and historian of African American history, was the chief librarian of the California Historical Society from 1949-1968. He was also director of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Spe...

Tysse, Agnes N. (person)

Nichols, Ralph W. and Fern (person)

Feminist Studies (New York, N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Carpenter, Kenneth E., 1936-.... (person)

Finley, Arthur (person)

Schwarzlose, H. O. (person)

Cass & Johansing (Hollywood, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Traunstein, Priscilla M. (person)

Ahlers, I. M. (person)

Holliday, J. S (person)

Jaquelin Smith Holliday II was born on June 10, 1924 in Indianapolis, and served in the United States Navy during World War II. He graduated from Yale University in 1948 with a degree in history and was prepared to enter his family's steel business when noted rare book dealer Ed Eberstadt showed Holliday William Swain's 1849 diary of his journey to California, suggesting that it could be the basis of an important book. Holliday took Eberstadt's advice and began work on what was originally titled...

Nabors, Kenneth L. (person)

Morton, D. G. (person)

Chet Realty Company (Santa Monica, Calif.) (corporateBody)

City of Paris (San Francisco, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Chase, B (person)

France, E. L. (person)

Lehman, B. H. (Benjamin Harrison), 1889-1977 (person)

Prof. Lehman was professor of English at U.C. Berkeley as well as first chairman of the Department of Dramatic Art. From the description of Benjamin H. Lehman papers, 1908-1978. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 84653022 ...

Shiohama, R. (person)

Fierst, Mr. (person)

Kelley, Tom M. (person)

Daves, Jessica (person)

Miller, Juanita Joaquina, 1880-1970 (person)

Juanita Joaquina Miller was the daugter of Joaquin Miller and wife Abbie Leland Miller. She was born in New York City in 1880. Miss Miller lived at Joaquin Miller's locally famous home, "The Hights," in Oakland, California, and was an active participant in the Oakland peforming arts community until the 1960s. From the description of Juanita Joaquina Miller papers, 1896-1963. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 26754639 From the description of Juanita Jo...

Bamford, Georgia Loring (person)

Nichols, Ralph W. (person)

Reardan, John B. (person)

Case, Leland D. (Leland Davidson), 1900-1986 (person)

Editor and historian. Editor of "Rotarian Magazine" (1930-1950) and "Together Magazine" (1956-1963). Director of Pacific Center for Western Studies, University of the Pacific (1965-1967). Primary focus of these materials is development of laws and regulations relative to small loan businesses, especially regarding credit life insurance. Second focus is issue of tax increases. Many items seem to have been used as evidence at U.S. House, Ways and Means Committee hearings on taxation (March 1951). ...

University of Oklahoma Press (Norman, Okla.) (corporateBody)

Schwarz, Robert F. (person)

Sweeney, M. (person)

Rosenshine, Annette (person)

Annette Rosenshine (1880-1971) was a sculptor and member of the circle of Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas. From the description of Annette Rosenshine papers, 1898-1955. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702144938 Born in San Francisco, Calif., Rosenshine became known as a sculptor and was involved with the artistic circle of Gertrude Stein, to whom she introduced Alice B. Toklas. Following the 1906 earthquake and fire, Rosenshine traveled to Paris with Michael and Sarah Stei...

Carpenter, Kenneth E., 1936-.... (person)

Erben, Elsie A. (person)

Poughkeepsie Public Library (N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Jennings, Mary V. (person)

New York Society Library (New York, N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Gaertner, George W. (person)

Rydeen, D. A. (person)

Bailey, Sarah H. (person)

I. O. O. F. Board of Trustees, Santa Cruz Lodge No. 96 (Calif.) (corporateBody)

Adams, Stuart (person)

Tilden, Augustus (person)

Webber, Olga, 1910- (person)

van Frenchelle, Sybil Tyler (person)

Telfur, Robert (person)

Mullins, Ida (person)

Ladu, Gladys (person)

Morris, Gerald E. (person)

Spahn, Theodore (person)

White (James T.) & Company (New York, N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Scudder, Robert E. (person)

Conyers, Rawdon A. (person)

Kamisch, W. L. (person)

Quadrangle Books (New York, N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Miller, Douglas T. (person)

Huntington, J. S., Mrs. (person)

Carette, Yvonne (person)

University of California, Los Angeles (corporateBody)

Biography Cox was born Jan. 5, 1926 in Fresno, CA; BA, political science, Stanford, 1949; associate for Bill P. Wreden, antiquarian book dealer, San Francisco; MLS, UC Berkeley, 1954; began working at the UCLA library in 1954, serving in gifts and exchange, as head of the Geology Library, and head of circulation (1960-77); compiled and donated Albright library bibliography; Acting Assoc. University Librarian for Public Services, UCLA, 1977-79...

Tsetkoff, M. N. (person)

Cole, William, 1909-.... (person)

White, Gordon (person)

Augusta, Lawrence A. (person)

California State Employees Retirement System (Sacramento) (corporateBody)

Di Roma, Edward, 1919- (person)

Time (New York, N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Labavdt, Lucien (person)

McCabe, Charles R. (person)

Valkenburgh, Peter Van (person)

Lane, Helene (person)

Palicot, Dr. (person)

Robinson, Louise E. (person)

Harper & Brothers (New York, N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Dix, William S. (person)

Pates, Gordon (person)

Madame Havez (person)

Cole, Lulu (person)

Johnson, Katherine (person)

Meyer, F.-H. (person)

Anderson, Frederick, 1926-.... (person)

Griffiths, Keith S. (person)

New York Public Library (corporateBody)

The New York Pubic Library purchased Arthur A. Schomburg's collection of books, pamphlets, prints and photographs in 1926 with funds from the Carnegie Corporation and housed at the 135th Street Branch Library of The New York Public Library. L. Hollingsworth Wood was appointed in 1925 by the Board of Trustees of The New York Public Library to purchase and provide guidelines for the Schomburg Collection of Negro Literature. Members of the Advisory Committee of the Arthur A. Schomburg Collection, i...

Maylone, R. Russell (Roger Russell) (person)

Christianson, C. L. (person)

Weinstock, Matt, 1903- (person)

Weinstock was born in Pittsburgh, PA, on Feb. 12, 1903; moved to Los Angeles, CA, in 1911; attended UCLA, 1920-23, and served as sports editor of the Daily Grizzly; joined LA Daily News as a sports reporter in 1924; became managing editor of the News in 1934, and became an editorial columnist three years later; subsequently wrote for the LA Mirror and LA Times; wrote two books, My LA (1947) and Muscatel at noon (1951), as well as short stories and magazine articles; died in LA on Jan. 8, 1970. ...

McLaughlin, Kathleen. (person)

Writer, journalist. From the description of Reminiscences of Kathleen McLaughlin : oral history, 1974. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122684257 ...

Weeks, Mr (person)

Duvall, Elizabeth S. (Elizabeth Sutton) (person)

Grunsky, Donald L., -2000 (person)

Leslie, Anita, 1914-1985 (person)

Patane, Ross (person)

Ilsley, Edmond E., 1887-1979 (person)

Thrash, James R. (person)

Pomona City Library (Calif.) (corporateBody)

Lapp, Rudolph M. (person)

Applegate, Howard L. (person)

Dwyer, William M. (person)

Dreyfus, Rene Beller (person)

Gallagher, Mary Anna (person)

Alves, Mary (person)

Harper, Margaret (person)

Jansen, A. E. (person)

Rosenberg, Judith K. (person)

Magee, David Bickersteth, 1905-1977 (person)

David Bickersteth Magee (1905-1977) was a rare book dealer in San Francisco, California. He was the owner of Magee Book Shop. From the description of David Bickersteth Magee photographs, circa 1860s-1900s. (Brigham Young University). WorldCat record id: 228078867 In 1923 David Bickersteth Magee opened a bookshop in San Francisco, California. A successful book and manuscripts dealer, he served as president of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America, the Roxburghe C...

Lawrence (A. C.) Leather Company (corporateBody)

Bowman, Helen (person)

California. Secretary of State (Sacramento) (corporateBody)

Flannery, Sarah M. (person)

Clausen, A.W. (person)

Clarkson, Norvelle (person)

McKinney, Roland J. (person)

White, Hortense J. (person)

Schumann, Sid (person)

Merrill, Joseph H. (person)

Eisenbach, Julian & Edna (person)

Anderson, Frederick (person)

McLean, J. K. (John Knox), 1834-1914 (person)

Doctor of Chesterfield, Darlington and Marion Counties, S.C. [portions of which now lie in Florence County]; surgeon, of Confederate States Army; husband, of Claudia Godfrey (d. 1866); son, of Dr. Murdoch MacLean and Mary Westfield Pugh MacLean; brother, of Sallie MacLean, Louisa Frances MacLean, and Jane Christiana MacLean. From the description of John Knox McLean papers, 1820-1875. (University of South Carolina). WorldCat record id: 42648636 ...

Arnold, Frederick L. (person)

Vanderberg, K. R. (person)

Galbraith, Alma (person)

Sheby, Ricky (person)

Van Meter, Dwight C. (person)

Allerding, Johanna E., 1914- (person)

Saint Louis Art Institute (Mo.) (corporateBody)

Appleton, Century, Crofts (New York, N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Karlson, Marjorie (person)

Gordon, Mr. (person)

McNallie, Ridgway (person)

Fresno City Library (Calif.) (corporateBody)

Hill, Robert W. (person)

Rowland, Jeannette (person)

Ferguson, Rodney J. (person)

Neutra, Richard Joseph, 1892-1970 (person)

Richard Josef Neutra was born in 1892 in Vienna; immigrated to US, 1923; Frank Lloyd Wright invited him to Taliesin during the fall of 1924; Neutra moved to Los Angeles, CA, 1925; most productive years were during 1930s and 1940s; spent most of his last decade in partnership with his son, Dion; published several books, including Wie baut Amerika? (1927) and Survival through design (1954); died in 1970. From the description of Papers, 1925-1970. (University of California, Los Angeles)...

Heine, Carolyn Cooper, 1930- (person)

Patou, Jean, 1887-1936 (person)

National Park Service (San Francisco, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Bond, W. H. (William Henry), 1915- (person)

Millard, Alfred, 1882- (person)

Tyler, Miss (person)

MacDonald, Robert J. (person)

Pennoyer, Sara (person)

Realty Syndicate (corporateBody)

Neary, Walter T. (person)

Jacklin, Kathleen (person)

Holloway, L. M. (person)

Nagle, Charles (person)

Shaw, Edward A. (person)

Wolohan, Juliet (person)

Fessenden, Robert E. (person)

Sanford, Josephine (person)

Schmidt, A.J. (person)

May, Edith O. (person)

Andrews, Joseph L. (person)

Ward Ritchie Press (Los Angeles, CAlif.) (corporateBody)

Bailey, John N. (person)

Swarthmore College Library (Pa.) (corporateBody)

Bright, Emily (person)

Derby, George A. (person)

Bright, Tom. (person)

Hartwell, Marian (person)

Ross, Shirley, 1913-1975 (person)

Brownrigg, Mollie (person)

Simmons, Michael L. (person)

Gibsons, The (family)

Gardner, Albert Ten Eyck (person)

Hollenberg, D. E. (person)

Desruisseaux, Maggie (person)

Howell-North Books (Berkeley, Calif.) (person)

Clark, H., Mrs. (person)

Moran, Irene E. (person)

Brewer, Jack M. (person)

Hiske, Hazel (person)

California. State Personnel Board (corporateBody)

Keating, William C., Jr. (person)

Fleishhacker, Mortimer, Jr. (person)

San Francisco Chronicle. (corporateBody)

Buettner, R. J. (person)

Society of California Pioneers (San Francisco, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Siebenhiller, Norma (person)

University of California, San Francisco (corporateBody)

The video and audio materials came in several donations over the length of the project and were combined into a single collection. The single largest set of materials relates to the Shanti Project; there are also significant materials relating to the Sixth International Conference on AIDS. For more information on Shanti Project see MSS 98-48, and for the Sixth International Conference see AR 91-19. Other materials come from various television stations, amateur and professional production compani...

Sorenson, Olga (person)

Blair, Hosea (person)

Hunt, Elizabeth Koser (person)

United States Social Security Administration (San Francisco, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Crawford, Carrie J. (person)

Adams, Stuart, 1909- (person)

Wilde, Charles F. (person)

Princeton University Library (N. J.) (corporateBody)

Craig, Ruth C. (person)

Yosemite Lodge (Yosemite Valley, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Boyer, Paul S. (person)

Kilpack, I. (person)

Wood, Richard G. (Richard George), 1900- (person)

Greenlaw, Ralph S. (person)

Heim, Jacques (person)

Shortridge, David L. (person)

O'Donnell, Mayo Hayes (person)

Locker, Zelma B. (person)

Tilden, Elizabeth Delano Cole (person)

Jameson, Elsie (person)

Fischer, John, 1910 November 3- (person)

Dougan, Robert O. (person)

The Dougan collection of negatives, colotypes and prints of images by David Octavius Hill (1802-1870) and other pioneers of photography was purchased by the University of Glasgow in 1953 from its collator, the librarian Robert Ormes Dougan . Following its acquisition, an exhibition of Hill material was held in 1964 . From the guide to the Correspondence concerning the acquisition David Octavius Hill photographic materials by the Glasgow University Library from Robert Dougan, 1952-195...

Allegretta, D. F. (person)

Frick, R. V. (person)

Marquis (A. N.) Company (Chicago, Ill.) (corporateBody)

Nourse, Louise M. (person)

Gluck, Florence W. (person)

Citizens' Advisory Committee on the Status of Women (Washington, D. C.) (corporateBody)

Weaner, Arthur (person)

Townsend, Helen Tilden (person)

Spencer, Lynn (person)

Joseph D. Grant (person)

Re Sport (Paris, France) (corporateBody)

Meier, Elizabeth D. (person)

Moffit, Alexander (person)

Barulich, M. J., Jr. (person)

Association of the Bar of the City of New York (N. Y.) (corporateBody)

Nye, Gaylord K. (person)

Hughey, Elizabeth (person)

Goldstone, M. A. (person)

Frick, Raymond V. (person)

Buxton, Frances H. (person)

Pederson, Sylvia V. (person)