Biography clippings : "S" [surname] folder 1896-2008.


Biography clippings : "S" [surname] folder 1896-2008.

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Seastrand, Andrea, 1941- (person)

Andrea Heidi Seastrand (née Ciszek; born August 5, 1941) is a former Republican member of the United States House of Representatives. Born in Chicago, she graduated from DePaul University with a bachelor’s degree in education in 1963. After college she moved to Salinas, California, and became an elementary school teacher. In 1965, she married Eric Seastrand, a stockbroker, leaving her career to be a homemaker. After Eric Seastrand's election to the California assembly,Andrea Seastrand joined ...

Schamber, Don (person)

Sherman, William T. (William Tecumseh), 1820-1891 (person)

Sherman was born in 1820 in Lancaster, Ohio, near the banks of the Hocking River. His father, Charles Robert Sherman, a successful lawyer who sat on the Ohio Supreme Court, died unexpectedly in 1829. He left his widow, Mary Hoyt Sherman, with eleven children and no inheritance. After his father's death, the nine-year-old Sherman was raised by a Lancaster neighbor and family friend, attorney Thomas Ewing, Sr., a prominent member of the Whig Party who served as senator from Ohio and as the first S...

Smith, Colton S. (person)

Sullivan, Noelle (person)

Simpson, Edward, 1971-.... (person)

Sbrana, Art. (person)

Sunseri, MaryLee (person)

Seiva, Antonia. (person)

Steinbeck, Elaine A. (person)

The letters are undated except for the day of the week. From the description of Elaine Steinbeck letters to John Steinbeck, ca. 1949. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754863980 Wife of John Steinbeck. From the description of Autograph letters signed (5) : New York, to Graham and Dorothy Watson, [n.d.] and 1969. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270872293 ...

Skillicorn, Jack. (person)

Schulte, Joseph, Sr. (person)

Stockwell, Charles Glenn. (person)

Stave, Joe. (person)

Sargent, Ross. (person)

Schaufele, Louis. (person)

Segovia, Laurance R. (person)

Soto Valdespino, Juan J. (person)

Smith, Gordon Paul, 1916- (person)

Smith, Margaret, 1943- (person)

Schmidt, Glenn W. (person)

Sepulveda, Jose Andres. (person)

Spreckels, Eleanor Jolliffe. (person)

Stauffer, Eulalia. (person)

Sabater, Jon. (person)

Stanley, Ashton. (person)

Snively, James B. (person)

Shugart, Alan. (person)

Schoeninger, Hester. (person)

Stevens, Nancy Norton. (person)

Soberanes, Rosa. (person)

Soberanes, Mariano G. (person)

Spence, David L. (person)

When WW II cut off the United States supply of natural rubber it became imperative that synthetic substitutes be produced. The Rubber Reserve Company was created for this purpose. Two different approaches were pursued: one sought to cultivate natural rubber substitutes, the other sought a wholly synthetic substitute. David Spence was a leading specialist in the production of rubber and had already been involved in an earlier attempt to produce rubber from the guayule shrub during the period 1926...

Soberanes, Benito A. (person)

Shipnuck, Barbara. (person)

Sandholdt, Katherine Voss. (person)

Smith, Arvin H. (person)

Silva, Manuel Vieira da, 1837-1898 (person)

Soberanes, Josephine. (person)

Sladowski, Alexander Leszek. (person)

Sharpe, Howard G. (person)

Silacci, Joanne Hartnell. (person)

Selbicky, Madge Leonard. (person)

Swig, Benjamin Harrison, 1893-1980 (person)

Hotelier, business executive and Jewish philanthropist. From the description of Letters, newspaper clippings and documents, 1939-1962. (Brandeis University Library). WorldCat record id: 45204020 From the description of Correspondence and newsclippings, 1962-1964 [microform]. (Brandeis University Library). WorldCat record id: 48028571 From the description of Documents, 1951-1969 [microform]. (Brandeis University Library). WorldCat record id: 48028623 From th...

Serrano, Peter James. (person)

Short, Martin 1945- (person)

Steinbeck, John Ernst, Sr. (person)

Schallerer, Annette Jean. (person)

Schuttish, Clayton. (person)

Swift, Vega. (person)

Syslo, Alan. (person)

Simson-Kallas, Eduard. (person)

Smith, Charles Manley, 1868-1937 (person)

Transcript of interview by Richard Dunham with Charles L. Smith about the history of Ithaca Gun Company. From the description of Charles L. Smith interview, 1978. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64075268 No biographical information on Charles Smith is available. John Walton (ca. 1738-1783) was born in Virginia. He was a delegate from St. Pauls Parish (Richmond County, Georgia) to the Georgia Provincial Congress, 1775, a member of the Georgia Executive Counc...

Sanchez, Gregory. (person)

Sims, George W., 1898- (person)

Snook, Joseph. (person)

Sollecito, Frank, Jr. (person)

Snively, Daniel. (person)

Stanley, Irene B. (person)

Stenbock-Fermor, Elizabeth, Dr. (person)

Stanton, R. L. (Robert Lodowick), 1810-1885 (person)

Epithet: of Birchmore, county Bedfordshire; Sheriff of county Bedfordshire British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000245.0x00007b Robert Brewster Stanton, civil and mining engineer, was born in Woodville, Mississippi on August 5, 1846, the son of Robert Livingston Stanton (1810-1885), Presbyterian clergyman, and Anna Maria Stone. His father, a descendant of Thomas Stanton, one of the founders of Stoningto...

Steinmetz, Henry C. (person)

Shake, Tene. (person)

Skiles, Robert (person)

Semple, Robert B. (person)

Stalter, Chester, (person)

Seagrave, Malcolm (person)

Sorensen, William Louis ca. 20. Jh. (person)

Sargent, Arthur M. (person)

Schatz, John, Dr. (person)

Strong, Fred Guerraz. (person)

Stock, Jake. (person)

Stokes, James A. (person)

James Stokes was a Philadelphia merchant who dealt in dry goods and hardware. From the description of Business Papers, 1783-1828. (Historical Society of Pennsylvania). WorldCat record id: 122380243 ...

Sherburn, Thomas L., Gen. (person)

Steinbeck, John, 1946-.... (person)

Smith, George W. (George William), 1936- (person)

George Smith lived in Lexington (Mich.) and visited California. Grant H. Smith served as Probate Judge in Sanilac County (Mich.), 1920. (Information from the collection.). From the description of Family papers, 1884-1920. (Clarke Historical Library). WorldCat record id: 45865664 George W. Smith was a soldier from Kentucky who served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. From the description of George W. Smith letters 1863 (Filson Historical Society, Th...

Sargent, Hannah W. (person)

Slate, Thomas Benton. (person)

Sandholdt, Karl Voss. (person)

Smith, Corenne. (person)

Swan, John A. 1817-1896. (person)

Swigart, Margaret S. (person)

Soberanes, Edward P. (person)

Starrow, Simon. (person)

Salyer, Addison. (person)

Stock, Louisa. (person)

Sanchez, Jose Maria, 1804-1852. (person)

Stone, James Myles. (person)

Springer, Wilbur (person)

Stocker, Peter Candidus, 1959-.... (person)

Sheldon, Henry B., Rev. (person)

Smith, Frederick. (person)

Sale, Charles, (Chic) (person)

Stewart, Catharine Augusta. (person)

Stoll, George Martin. (person)

Strasser-Kaufman, Karin. (person)

Stone, Benton (person)

Sutter, John Augustus, 1826-1897 (person)

Eldest son of John Augustus Sutter, founder of Sutter's Fort, John arrived in California in 1848. Took over management of his father's empire in that year. From the description of Statement regarding early California experiences, 1855 Feb. 27. (California State Library). WorldCat record id: 58946067 John A. Sutter, Jr. was appointed U.S. consul to Mexico in Acapulco in 1870. His son, John A. Sutter [III] was born in 1852, raised by his grandparents in Calif. and Penn., and l...

Steward, Anita Juanita Pardee. (person)

Stone, Francis M. (person)

Sallee, Denise (person)

Stahl, Bernice (person)

Sanchez, Archie Antonio. (person)

Seton, Tony (person)

Spoon, W. E. (person)

Sparolini, Josephine. (person)

Staton, Ruby Dean. (corporateBody)

Spruance, Margaret Dean. (person)

Sargent Family. (family)

Stanley, Frederick, active 1796 (person)

Smith, Jedediah Strong, 1799-1831 (person)

Jedediah Strong Smith was born June 24, 1799 in Bainbridge, Chenango County, New York. He was the son of Jedediah Smith of New Hampshire and was the eldest of fourteen children. Jedediah's early childhood was spent in Ohio where he received and English and Latin education. At thirteen he became a clerk on a Lake Erie freighter where he learned business methods and met traders returning from the Far West. Jedediah became ambitious for an adventure to the wilderness and he went to St. Louis around...

Stavrakis, Michael J. (person)

Schween, Lloyd T. (person)

Shake, Sabu. (person)

Singleton, Charles Tod. (person)

Stenbock-Fermor, Ivan. (person)

Slate, Belle. (person)

Seastrand, Eric. (person)

Siegel, Bugsy, 1906-1947 (person)

Shaw, Harry W. (person)

Sainsevain, Pierre, 1818-1904 (person)

Storey, Mattie. (person)

Staniford, Donald L. (person)

Soberanes, Feliciano. (person)

Smith, Phyllis Elaine. (person)

Spreckels, Claus August. (person)

Soberanes Family. (family)

Sloat, John Drake, Commodore. (person)

Schofield, Jennie E. (person)

Straub, Elizabeth. (person)

Salgado, Vincentia. (person)

Skarginsky, Eugenia. (person)

Steinbeck, John Adolph. (person)

Spangler, Paul E., Dr. (person)

Smith, Leslie Karen (person)

Smith, George T. C. (person)

Swain, Marieta, (Sandy) (person)

Sherry, Julie Conway. (person)

Sanchez, Josefa. (person)

Sargent, Julia A. (Julia Anne), -1902 (person)

Snyder, Jacob Rink, 1812-1878 (person)

Smith, Mary Josephine. (person)

Schmidt, Evelyn, 1949- (person)

Smith, Nillie K. (person)

Staples, Jack. (person)

Santee, Harold. (person)

Swasey, H. S. (person)

Sisson, Edward O. (Edward Octavius), 1869-1949 (person)

Sullens, Idelle. (person)

Scott, Hiram. (person)

Spicer, Clifton. (person)

Sargent, Bradley Varnum. (person)

Sparolini, John A. (person)

Slate, Herbert. (person)

Shepard, Alan B. (Alan Bartlett), 1923-1998 (person)

Rear Admiral Alan Bartlett Shepard Jr. (November 18, 1923 – July 21, 1998) was an American astronaut, naval aviator, test pilot, and businessman. In 1961, he became the first American to travel into space, and in 1971, he walked on the Moon. A graduate of the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Shepard saw action with the surface navy during World War II. He became a naval aviator in 1946, and a test pilot in 1950. He was selected as one of the original NASA Mercury Seven astronauts in ...

Smith, William Fielding (person)

Stone, George. (person)

Surtees, Robert Lee. (person)

Simpson, Muriel. (person)

Schlegel, Elaine. (person)

Smith, Florence Moss. (person)

Smith, Everett. (person)

Per note with manuscript: Everett Smith came to Seattle in 1885 after graduating from Yale College in 1883 and from Yale Law School in 1885. He was an enthusiastic mountaineer, and made annual trips to the mountain. From the description of A vacation on Mount Rainier [manuscript], 1886. (Oregon Historical Society Research Library). WorldCat record id: 670241407 ...

Street, Webster Finley, (Toby) (person)

Shropshire, Frank. (person)

Serrano, Florenzo Andrew. (person)

Soberanes, Frank. (person)

Schulte, Bernard. (person)

Shand, Arthur T. (person)

Storm, Ralph H. (person)

Swain, Francis C. (person)

Stern, Aloysius S. (person)

Sargent, Roswell Chapman. (person)

Stokes, Vera. (person)

Saake, Thomas F. (person)

Schaub, Armand. (person)

Struve, John Henry. (person)

Smith, Ada Eliza, 1871-1952 (person)

Resident of Middlebury, Vt. Ada Smith's father was a harness maker, Abial Smith; her mother, Sarah Seymour. Ada attended school at Farmingdale Academy in what is now known as the Seeley District of Middlebury, Vt. From July 25-Mar. 1953 she is listed as the owner of the house at 34 Seminary St., once owned by her mother Sarah Seymour Smith. Ada Smith never married and was known as "Aunt Ada" by family members. From the description of Ada Smith collection, 1886-1920s (bulk 1890s-1920s...

Shimpfky, Richard. (person)

Serra, Junípero, 1713-1784 (person)

Fray Junípero Serra (1713-1784), of the College of San Fernando in Mexico, became president of the missions of Lower California in 1768 and in 1769 joined an overland expedition to San Diego. From the description of Letter: to Governor Felipe de Neve /by Junípero Serra, 1779 Sep17. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702689206 From the description of Diary. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702689137 Franciscan missionary. From the description of Junípero Ser...

Stilwell, Winifred Smith. (person)

Short, John D., Jr. (person)

Stone, Earl Everett, 1895-1989 (person)

Morano, Clarice. (person)

Schaufele, Herbert James. (person)

Shand, Marion Daniels. (person)

Sloan, Timothy (person)

Spreckels, Rudolph, -1958 (person)

Strong, Walter Mervyn. (person)

Stenhouse, Virginia Escobar. (person)

Schoeninger, Joseph (person)

Smith, Geraldine M. (person)

Smith, Jacquelyn Anna (person)

Steinbeck, Carol. (person)

Sutton, Mervin. (person)

Smith, Kobert Reynierson. (person)

Showel, Morris. (person)

Shropshire, Helen (person)

Helen Shropshire obtained her private pilot's license from Artie Clay in Monterey, Calif., in 1956. Jack Jella was her instructor for her multi-engine instrument, commercial, and instrument ratings in 1957, 1958, and 1959. She was inspired to get her pilot license from one of her customers. In 1965, Shropshire and Zoe Dell Nutter organized the formation of the Monterey Bay Chapter of The 99s, and Shropshire served as the first chairman. She enjoyed the competition of air racing and entered sever...

Spadaro, Vitina. (person)

Sánchez Gil, Mariano (person)

Gil Sanchez is a rarity in the world of architecture. As a Mexican American, he grew up speaking only Spanish in a society which had yet to realize the value of a multicultural tradition. Sanchez became interested in art at an early age and dreamed of becoming a sculptor. He struggled through school due to the language barrier, yet he received his high school diploma and subsequently joined the army. Following a tour abroad, Sanchez returned to San Jose and began a job a...

Summers, Frances. (person)

Soberanes, Bernardo Bonifacio. (person)

Solnick, Loren M. (person)

Shimmon, Wallace. (person)

Sullivan, Elmo, (Mike) (person)

Segal, Barnet J. (person)

Silliman, James (person)

Smith, Cecil M., (Pop) (person)

Schulte, Joseph, 1866- (person)

Scholl, Albert Arnold (person)

Smith, Claude. (person)

Sandholdt, Minnie Esbeck. (person)

Scholze, Ernest A. 1864-1955. (person)

Sargent, J. P. (person)

Stoffers, William H. (person)

Stark, Samuel, (person)

The signatures of George W. Lewis, William Burke Wood, and William Warren, all active in the theater worlds of Philadelphia and New York City, are found in many of the prompt books. From the description of 19th century British and American stage : promptbooks, 1820-1880. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754863211 Expert on American theater, the "Stark Index" was Stark's means of amassing data from all sources. Some references on the file cards refer to publications including j...

Stahl, Camille Maria. (person)

Storey, Dorothy Abbott. (person)

Schultz, Charles W. (person)

Silver, Richard M. (person)

Stanford, Jane Lathrop, 1828-1905 (person)

Jane Eliza Lathrop was born August 25, 1828, the daughter of Dyer Lathrop of Albany, New York. In 1850 she married Leland Stanford, returning with him to California in 1855 where they settled in Sacramento. Leland Stanford later became President of the Southern Pacific Railroad and Governor of California. Their only child, Leland Stanford, Jr., was born in 1868. During a European tour in 1884 he contracted typhoid fever and died in Florence, Italy. In 1885, Jane and Leland Stanford founded the L...

Slevin, Louis. (person)

Seagrave, Margaret Sloan. (person)

Sanchez, Adolpho. (person)

Simpson, Charles Hall, 1936- (person)

Smith, F. J., 1950- (person)

Sandholdt, John Peter. (person)

Sanchez, Louis Adolfo. (person)

Sonn, Irving. (person)

Smith, Constance Boland. (person)

Sanchez, Audel. (person)

Steadman, Karen. (person)

Spallino, Bertha Agnes. (person)

Stilwill, Belle. (person)

Siino, Angelo Erasimo. (person)

Spence, Rudolph. (person)

Sandholdt, William. (person)

Schwartz, David Jay (person)

David Schwartz, 1916- Attorney, government official, author. A.B., N.Y.U., 1936; LL.B., Harv. Law S., m.c.l, 1939. Attorney in N.Y.C., member, Legal Section, Office of Foreign Relief and Rehabilitations Operations; member, Director's staff, UNRRA; member, U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Alien Property; special assistant, U.S. Att. General. Co-author of Government Litigation, Cases and Notes (with S.B. Jacoby), 1960. From the description of Papers of David Schwartz, 1916-1956 (inclus...

Sheriff, Ernest J. (person)

Scherer, Karl Laurance. (person)

Shields, Currin V. (person)

Currin V. Shields was born on Feb. 18, 1918 in LaPorte, IN; AB, Univ. of Nebraska, 1941; Ph. M, Univ. of Wisconsin, 1943; Ph. D, Yale Univ., 1950; instructor, Yale Univ., 1947-50; asst. professor, UCLA, 1950-60; professor, head of the dept. of government, and director of the Institute of Government Research, Univ. of Arizona, beginning in 1960; was active in local Democratic organizations and the beginnings of the California Democratic Council (CDC); served as co-chairman of CDC's Political Acti...

Sweet, Charles A., 1943- (person)

Sandness, Fred (person)

Smith, Matt R. (person)

Stockton, Robert Field, 1795-1866 (person)

U.S. naval officer. From the description of Papers, 1846-1847. (California Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 28420479 Second American military governor of Calif. Territory (July 29, 1846-Jan. 19, 1847); U.S. naval officer and Commander of the U.S.S. Frigate Congress. From the description of R.F. Stockton proclamation : ms, 1847 Jan. 11. (California Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 122508929 American military governor of Calif. Territory (J...

Smith, E. Cooke. (person)

Jackson, Toni (person)

Sears, Joanne. (person)

Soberanes, Ezekiel. (person)

Smith, Joseph John. (person)

Surtees, Dorothea. (person)

Schender, Kary. (person)

Sayers, John D. (person)

Seale, Alvin, 1873- (person)

Ichthyologist. Superintendent of Steinhart Aquarium, California Academy of Sciences (1923-1941; emeritus 1941-1967). From the description of Alvin Seale diaries, 1901-1940. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 462018715 ...

Salgo, Sandor (person)

Schuler, Robert Jordan (person)

Sutton, John Calvin. (person)

Simoneau, Martina. (person)

Soto, Augustine. (person)

Steinmetz, William H. (person)

Stillwell, Joseph, 1984- (person)

Schmidt, Frances (person)

Spohn, Stan. (person)

Scott, Lionel Burr. (person)

Somavia, Josephine Malarin. (person)

Sharp, John Charles (person)

Sales, Enid. (person)

Staniford, John L. (person)

Shinabarger, John J. (person)

Silva family. (family)

Smith, Bruck Lannes. (person)

Starnes, Cecil Daniel. (person)

Snively, Richard C. (person)

Schuyler, George Hibbard. (person)

Sanchez, Osmund V. (person)

Small, Hermine Wocker. (person)

Sutherlin, Kent. (person)

Slatkow, Steve. (person)

Sager, Howard. (person)

Stahl, William I. (person)

Sanchez, Jesse. (person)

Simon, Jack Aaron (person)

Stanford, Leland G. (Leland Ghent) (person)

Shobert, Bubba. (person)

Spencer, Robert P. (person)

Skogsbert, Tage, Dr. (person)

Stevens, Joyce (person)

Szafran, Gail. (person)

Soule, Harold E. (person)

Stanton, Virginia. (person)

Sokolik, Elsie Alvina. (person)

Stevens, Lilian. (person)

Singer, Harold, Dr. (person)

Soberanes, Ysabel. (person)

Stephenson, Mary Elma. (person)

Shannon, William E., 1875- (person)

Soberanes, Abel. (person)

Scroggs, John P. (person)

Scott, Russell W. (person)

Steinbeck, Gwendolyn (person)

Soberanes, Francisco. (person)

Schenk, Nana. (person)

Shipnuck, Alan, 1973- (person)

Stully, Thomas Alfred. (person)

Steindl-Rast, David. (person)

Scheeler, Frank R. (person)

Sefton, Edna Louise. (person)

Sánchez, Nellie van de Grift 1856-1935 (person)

Sutro, Adolph, 1830-1898 (person)

Adolph Heinrich Joseph Sutro, originator of the Sutro Tunnel in Nevada and well-known figure in San Francisco, born of Jewish parents in 1830 at Aix-la-Chapelle in Germany, left school at sixteen, but continued his education by reading voraciously. From his father, a cloth manufacturer, Sutro learned factory management. After his father's death in 1847, with business ruined by the Prussian war, his mother, having to raise seven sons and four daughters, decided to emigrate to the Un...

Steinbeck, John, 1902-1968 (person)

Margaret Gemmell, later van Judah, was a friend of Steinbeck's during their stay at Stanford University, 1925-26. Included with the papers is a manuscript in her own hand describing her friendship with Steinbeck. From the description of John Steinbeck papers, 1925-1978. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754866392 This is the producer's copy, property of Oscar Serlin; the play ran from 7 Apr. to 6 June, 1942. From the description of The moon is down, a play in 3 acts...

Stock, Morgan (person)

Swansea, Margaret. (person)

Stearns, Abel, 1798-1871 (person)

Pioneer California businessman; arriving in Monterey in 1829; Sterns held many public and private offices. At the time of these declarations, he was Alcalde (or Mayor) of Los Angeles. From the description of Colorado River Ferry declarations, 1850 May 8-1850 June 8. (Arizona Historical Society, Southern Arizona Division). WorldCat record id: 39114744 Abel Stearns was a prominent trader and landowner in Southern California from 1829 until his death in 1871. From t...

Strathmeyer, Jeffrey A. (person)

Silliman, Frank, III. (person)

Smith, Marilyn Dix, 1944- (person)

Spindler, Warren William, (Tor) (person)

Scott, Ralph Waldo. (person)

Sargent, Bradley V. (person)

Strathmeyer, Nancy M. (person)

Sisney, Sheerleenl. (person)

Sargent, Charles R. (person)

Scardigni, Remo. (person)

Smith, Harlan M., 1914- (person)

Harlan M. Smith earned his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in 1949. He joined the faculty at the University of Minnesota in the department of economics. Dr. Smith's areas of emphasis include general economics and economic philosophy. From the guide to the Harlan M. Smith papers, 1950s-1970s, (University of Minnesota Libraries. University Archives [uarc]) Harlan Smith was born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania in 1914 and spent the majority of his childhood in the ...

Sargent, Katherine Eckhardt. (person)

Stanley, Carl (person)

Salterbach, Charles W. (person)

Sanchez, C. M., (Pancho) (person)

Sprott-Boyd, William. (person)

Sherwood, Eugene. (person)

Snow, Nancy R. (person)

Nancy Snow, of Mansfield, Massachusetts, kept this account book during the years 1844-1847 when she was in her mid twenties. The account book was composed within a repurposed school book. Nancy used a Guide to Chirography text book to record her daily purchases. Her name is written on the front inside cover indicating she used this book as a student at the Clapp School when she was 14 years old. From the description of Account book, 1844-1847. (American Antiquarian Society). WorldCat...

Stevenson, Fannie Osborne Van de Grift. (person)

Stewart, William L., 1935- (person)

Sutty, James S. (person)

Scales, Herb. (person)

Schaefer, Max N. (person)

Smith, Wellington, Rev. (person)

Stachowiak, Edward, Dr. (person)

Simpson, Lloyd Crockett. (person)

Semchevsky, Constantin V. (person)

Stuart, Louise (person)

Surry, Constance B. (person)

Sheppard, Robert. (person)

Swim, Dudley. (person)

Shoptaugh, Phil. (person)

Simoneau, Jules, 1821-1908 (person)

Slate, Jeremy (person)

Service, James E. (James Edward), 1931- (person)

RADM Service was president of the Naval War College, 1982-1985. From the description of Papers, 1982-1985. (Naval War College). WorldCat record id: 17869385 ...

Sprague, Margaret E. (person)

Smith, Erneste V., Col. (person)

Sageman, Robert. (person)

Sand, Harold O. (person)

Monterey Public Library. California History Room. (corporateBody)

Spruance, Raymond Ames, 1886-1969 (person)

Admiral, United States Navy; deputy commander-in-chief, Pacific Fleet, 1942-1943; commmander, Central Pacific Forces, 1944-1945. From the description of Raymond Ames Spruance miscellaneous papers, 1937-1970. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754869192 Admiral, U.S. Navy. From the description of Papers, 1926-1968. (Navy Department Library, Naval History & Heritage Command). WorldCat record id: 57417894 Biographical/Historical...

Short, Katherine (person)

Sale, Marie Bishop. (person)

Soberanes, Nathaniel. (person)

Smith, Sidney H. (person)

Schmidt, Emil C. (person)

Spencer, John, 1930-.... (person)

Epithet: of Althorp British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001392.0x000318 John Spencer, painter of Pasadena, California. From the description of Oral history interview with John Spencer, 1994 Sept 1. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 646401241 Painter; Pasadena, California. From the description of John Spencer interview, 1994 Sept 1. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 220210343 Pain...

Serrano, Joaquin James. (person)

Sherwood, William Kneedler. (person)

Staniford, Ethel. (person)

Scanlon, Donald M. (person)

Severance Howard D. (person)

Sassaman, John Russel. (person)

Sapin, Mary Duarte. (person)

Smith, Regan, 1956- (person)

Shubsda, Thaddeus, Bishop. (person)

Searle, Daniel C. (person)

Epithet: Governor of Barbados British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000707.0x000219 ...