Alphabetical List of Collections: C

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  • Cabell, James Branch. Print of author James Branch Cabell, by Frank C. Papé, 1930. One of 210 impressions. (SC 996).
  • Cabell, James Branch. One limited edition portrait, by the illustrator Frank C. Pape, 1930. (SC 765).
  • Cabell, James Branch (1879-1958). Three letters (TLS), to George Sterling, 1920; [?] Weymer, 1927; and Boyd [?], 1934. (SC 45).
  • Cabot [Thomas Dudley] Colombian Expedition Photograph Album, 1939. (Bernath Mss 162).
  • Caesar, Julius (100-44 BC). Roman military and political leader. Holdings include several editions of Caesar’s Commentaries on the Gallic War, such as a 1543 edition edited by Giovanni Giocondo [Spec PA6235.A2 1543 vault], the 1635 Leydon edition edited by Joseph Juste Scaliger [Spec PA6235.A2 1635], a 1749 edition edited by Michael Maittaire [Spec PA6235.A2 1749], a 1788 edition in Latin and French edited by Jean Baptiste Le Mascrier [Spec PA6235.A2 1788], and a 1914 fine press edition edited by T. Rice Holmes [Spec PA6235.A2 1914].
  • Calamba Sugar Estate – Philippines Collection, 1928-1943. Mainly business records of an American operated sugar and coconut plantation, destroyed during World War II. (Wyles Mss 137).
  • Calderón de la Barca, Pedro (1600-1681). Spanish playwright. Holdings include several early printings of plays such as El Segundo Scipión (1765) [Spec PQ6284.S43 1765] and Lances de Amor y Fortuna (1780) [Spec PQ6282.L36 1780]; also L’Alcalde de Zalamea (1778) [Spec PQ1963.C4 A79 1778] and the facsimile edition Psalle et Sile (1939) [Printers Z239.9.S7 J8].
  • Califas: Chicano Art and Culture in California pdf icon. Video archives, with interviews of individuals such as Ralph Maradiaga, Victor Ochoa, Ernesto Palomino, Patricia Rodriguez, and Luis Valdez; festivals, performances, and other events; and Califas conferences. (CEMA 64).
  • [California]. Associated Pioneers of the Territorial Days of California Collection, 1875-1890. Ten printed pamphlets, programs, articles of association, and other items relating to the organization and activities of this group of California pioneers. (Wyles SC 979).
  • [California]. Bidwell Bar Bridge. One postcard size b/w photo of Oroville, California bridge completed in 1855, with materials brought around Cape Horn. (Wyles SC 641).
  • [California]. Bierce, Ambrose (1842-1914). American writer. Holdings include The Fiend’s Delight (1872) as Dod Grile [Spec PS1097.F5 1872], Nuggets and Dust Panned Out in California (1872) as Dod Grile [Spec PS1097.N8], Tales of Soldiers and Civilians (1891) [Spec PS1097.T3], In the Midst of Life (1892) [Spec PS1097.I42 1892], Fantastic Fables (1899) [Spec PS1097.F3 1899], Can Such Things Be (1909) [Spec PS1097.C3 1909], The Letters of Ambrose Bierce (1922) [Printers Z239.B54 B475 1922], Battle Sketches (1930) [Spec PS1097.B37 1930], The Devil’s ABC (1946) [Spec PS1097.D48], Ambrose Bierce’s Civil War (1956) [Wyles E601.B54], and A Vision of Doom (1980) [Spec PS1097.A6 1980]. Fine press editions of A Son of the Gods and A Horseman in the Sky (1907) by Paul Elder & Co. [Printers Z239.T62 B547 1907], An Invocation (1928) by John Henry Nash [Printers Z239.N3 B537 1928], Battlefields and Ghosts (1931) by the Harvest Press [Printers Z239.H265 B53 1931], The Devil’s Dictionary: A Selection of the Bitter Definitions of Ambrose Bierce (1958) by Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 B53], The Monk and the Hangman’s Daughter (1967) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS1097.M7 1967], Write it Right: A Little Blacklist of Literary Faults (1971) by Grabhorn-Hoyem [Spec PS1097.W75], The Devil’s Dictionary (1972) by the Limited Editions Club [Printers Z239.S685 B576 1972], The Devil’s Word Book (1975) in miniature by the Rather Press [Printers Z239.R38 B53], and One of the Missing: Tales of the War Between the States (1991) by the Yolla Bolly Press [Printers Z239.Y494 B53 1991 vault].
  • [California]. Bittmann (Miss M. C.) Photograph Album, ca. 1905-1906. 96 black and white snapshots, captions in English, with images of Italy (Florence, Venice, Milan), England (London), New York City, Panama Canal, Nicaragua (Corinto), Mexico (Mazatlan), California (Nordhoff – Ojai Valley many on horseback, Santa Barbara), and Alaska (Inland Passage, Kenai Peninsula, Seward, Fort Gibbon). (SC 1048).
  • [California]. Brown, Pat [Governor of California]. Mimeograph script for KEYT [Santa Barbara television station] for program "Campaign Special #1," showcasing local developments during his tenure, Sept. 25, 1962. (SC 381).
  • [California]. Capelli [Mark H.] Southern California Steelhead Watershed Archive, ca. 1919-2000 [bulk dates 1970s-1990s]. Mainly files on organizations and issues focusing on the southern California steelhead trout population, primarily in Ventura County and, to a lesser extent, in Santa Barbara and Los Angeles counties, compiled by Mark H. Capelli, a National Marine Fisheries Service biologist and Executive Director of the Friends of the Ventura River. (Mss 242).
  • [California]. Chinese in America Collection. (Wyles Mss 174).
  • [California]. Conway (Joel) / Early California Aviation Photograph Collection, ca. 1909-1950s [bulk dates 1910s]. About 400 separate images (many copy negatives and copy prints) compiled by Santa Barbara photographer Joel Conway, the bulk relating to the aviation activities of the Christofferson brothers and the Loughead (Lockheed) Aviation Company (headquartered in Santa Barbara, CA for a time in the 1910s), most depicting early California aviation history, many related to Santa Barbara. Also, images of Bauhaus Brothers, biplanes, Glenn Curtiss, dirigibles, Amelia Earhart, Graf Zeppelin, George Fiske Hammond, “Wild” Bill Kohler, Charles Lindbergh, John K. Northrop, Bert Saxby, Katherine and Marjorie Sinson, and Al Wilson. (SBHC Mss 79).
  • [California]. "Election Proclamation." Broadside. State of California, Executive Department, 1860. (Wyles SC 802).
  • [California]. Gibbens [Stephen and Margaret] Collection, ca. 1963-1969 [bulk date 1969]. Flyers, handbills, newspapers, articles, newsletters, correspondence, and other ephemera primarily relating to protests and related activities in Berkeley, CA, in 1969, apparently compiled the Stephen and Margaret Gibbens family of Berkeley. Also two 1963 unsigned cards from Joseph Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy thanking them for their thoughtfulness on the occasion of JFK’s assassination. (SC 794).
  • [California]. Goode, Kenneth G. Collection of copies of black and white photographs, provenance of most unknown, used in Goode’s California’s Black Pioneers: A Brief Historical Survey, ca. 1974. (SC 712).
  • [California]. Gray [Ethel C.] California, Canal Zone, Cuba Photograph Album, 1935. Album, approx. 100 pages, recording Ethel C. Gray’s six-week rail trip from NYC to the western U.S. (including Yosemite, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego), then by ship (S.S. Virginia) to the Canal Zone and Cuba. Includes photographs, postcards, railroad timetables, hotel brochures, menus, and other ephemera. (Bernath Mss 46).
  • [California]. Gresham Family California Photograph Album, ca. 1900-1907. 189 mainly black and white photographs, assembled in a soft leather album by the Gresham family of San Francisco who travelled, in part, on their yacht “Gypsy.” Locations include Lake Tahoe, San Francisco, Santa Barbara (mission, alleged bullfight), Diamond Canõn, Santa Monica, Pasadena, Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo, Santa Cruz, San Mateo, Sausalito, Redwood, and Sacramento. Also a few images of Bagio, Philippines. (Mss 268).
  • [California]. Gwin Mine. Four documents and one blueprint re workings of the goldmine, owned by William M. Gwin, located near Valley Springs, California, ca. 1874-1886. (Wyles SC 104).
  • [California]. Hart [Gary K.] Papers, 1970-1994. 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 issues, natural resources (land use, oil, and water), public assistance, taxes, and transportation are covered extensively. (Mss 41).
  • [California]. Haselwood, F. W. One typescript carbon, “Placerville Highway,” re early development of roads over the Sierra Nevada Mountains. N.p., ca. latter 1920s. (Wyles SC 109).
  • [California]. [Helper, Hinton]. One letter (TLS) from Joseph Gregg Lane to a Mrs. Hollander, re Hinton Helper’s The Land of Gold, written in 1854 and containing the memorable phrase "It is my unbiased opinion that California can and does furnish the best bad things that are obtainable in America." (SC 610).
  • [California]. Ingalls, Eleaser Stillman (1820-1879). Photocopies of typescripts “Journal of a Journey to California from Lake County, Illinois, 1850,” and “1859: Journal of Incidents Enroute from Waukegan, Ill. To Pikes Peak Gold Diggings.” (Wyles SC 123).
  • [California]. Kennedy, Thomas Hart. One mimeograph copy of a lengthy letter to Thomas M. Storke, editor of the Santa Barbara News-Press re railroad development in California, 1963. (Wyles SC 927).
  • [California]. Kiewit (John S.) Photography Collection, ca. 1968-2000. More than 10,000 color and black/white prints, color slides, and black/white negatives. Color slides constitute the bulk of the collection. The images reflect what Kiewit saw on his travels throughout California and the West, as well as trips to other parts of the U.S. and the world. Prominent places and themes include Baja, barns and farms, Big Sur, buildings and building elements (doors and windows), Carmel [CA], Central Coast [CA], Channel Islands, Death Valley, fences, ghost towns, Hawaii, Hollister Ranch [CA], landscapes, Malibu [CA], Marin County [CA], New England, New Mexico, ocean views, Oregon, Oxnard [CA], rock formations, signs, surfing, trees, Utah, wildflowers, Wyoming, and Yosemite. Other countries represented in the collection include Cook Island, Costa Rica, El Salvador, England, France, Guatemala, Marques and Tahiti Islands, Mexico, Micronesia, and New Zealand. Most of the images were taken from the 1970s to the 1990s. (Mss 228).
  • [California]. Lampe, Keith. "Earth Read-out" column, mimeograph format, by Yippie activist Lampe. Berkeley, CA, 1969-1970. (SC 962).
  • Nash, S. G. One letter (ALS) to his brother, Allan E. Nash, re opportunities in California. San Diego, 3 Aug. 1875. (SC 217).
  • [California]. Marysville, California Photograph Album, ca. 1910. 30 black and white snapshots of Marysville, California and surrounding area. Includes images of integrated baseball team, railroad station, tracks, tunnel digging, and locomotive 2580, telegraph and cable office, family and friends, names unknown. (SC 974).
  • [California]. Packing Labels, 1920s. Five printed color packing labels for lemons packed by the Limoneira Co. of Santa Paula, California. (SC 686).
  • [California]. Rains [Omer L.] Collection, 1973-1982. Bill files, committee files, legislation, campaign and election files, press releases, speech files, subject files, and binders with biographical information pertaining to Rains, a California legislator (State Senate), 18th Senatorial District (Santa Barbara/Ventura). (Mss 102).
  • [California]. Ramona Glass Slide Collection, ca. 1900-1910s. 40 glass slides by F. H. Maude (Los Angeles, CA), many colored, with captions, providing a visual depiction at Rancho Camulos (Ventura Co.) of Helen Hunt Jackson’s novel Ramona. (Mss 269).
  • [California]. Rancho de Los Alamos. Auction broadside, “Grand Auction Sale at Los Alamos, the chief town in the northern part of Santa Barbara County…,” by Easton, Eldridge & Co., 1888. Includes map of the subdivision. (SC 1004).
  • [California]. Rancho Life in California. 20 black and white photographs, with captions, of various activities including cattle herding, plowing, and hide tanning. Apparently historical recreations, ca. 1950s-1970s, which were photographed and distributed to institutions such as the Ventura Schools Visual Aids Department, which is where this set came from. (SC 729).
  • [California]. Randolph, Edmund (1819-1861). Newspaper supplement, with text of speech by Randolph, Californian and southern sympathizer, at the Theatre in San Jose, [CA] 1861. (Wyles SC 695).
  • [California]. Reiner [Donna] Collection. Typescript copies of reminiscences and family history, early 19c to mid 20c, re Jacob Glendenin Adams, Nancy Hamilton Adams, Joseph Copley Alter, Wells E. Bigelow, Ralph Oliver Reiner (Santa Barbara resident), and Marjorie Ward. Includes accounts of 19c journey to California, life in Korea early 20c, and internment in Japanese POW camp during World War II. (SC 540).
  • [California]. Rojas (Arnold R.) Papers, ca. 1964. Corrected typescript, galley and page proofs for Rojas’ The Vaquero, published by McNally and Loftin, Charlotte and Santa Barbara, 1964. Rojas also wrote several other works on the California vaqueros. (SC 715).
  • [California]. “Scenes from California” Photograph Album, 1888. Four albumen prints, including one of Santa Barbara Mission, in a handmade soft leather album. Also, images of Helmet Rock (California coast); Soda Spring, Shasta; and oak trees (with elderly man seated), El Monte. (SC 832).
  • [California]. Sea Fern Album, ca. latter 1800s. Album containing seven mounted sea fern specimens, together with a black and white photograph of the [southern California?] coast, bound from a section of backbone of a whale cast up on Long Beach, California, with a red silk tie at the spine of the album. (Printers Mss 75).
  • [California]. Sinclair [Upton] Collection, 1930-1934. Clippings, leaflets, broadsides, envelopes, political pamphlets, 1934 issues of Upton Sinclair’s Epic News (Los Angeles campaign newspaper), and ephemera of the American novelist and activist. (Mss 113).
  • [California]. Southern Pacific Railroad Photograph Album, ca. 1890. (Wyles SC 1035).
  • [California]. Stegner, Wallace, et al. Mimeograph typescript draft of California: The Dynamic State (1966), with chapters by Wallace Stegner, "California!"; Louis H. Heilbron, "Higher Education for the Millions"; William L. C. Wheaton, "Peril and Promise"; Herbert L. Phillips, "A Bucketful of Smoke"; Hugo Fisher, "Water - Lifeblood of the West"; Stewart L. Udall, "Beauty and How to Keep It"; Erle Stanley Gardner, "Crime and Law Enforcement"; and C. J. Haggerty, "Labor". (SC 704).
  • [California]. Stephens, Colombus Cecil. Typescript, entitled "Trip Across the Plains, 1857," containing entries from a diary, with parenthetical comments, and a letter dated Oct. 15, 1857. Recounts the six-month overland trip, April-October 1857, from the Midwest (Ohio?) to Ione, Amador Co., California, apparently by William H. Stephens who was a boy at the time. (Wyles SC 225).
  • [California]. Storer [James B.] Papers, ca. 1834-1882. Contains an 1834 book of common prayer (given to James B. Storer by his father in 1844), photographs of Storer and his family, an 1853-1866 diary (Storer was in California during the Civil War), an 1866 commission in the California national guard, and later bills and receipts (Riverhead, Long Island, New York), ca. 1872-1890. (Wyles Mss 77).
  • [California]. Suffrage - 18-20 Year Old Voters in California, ca. 1970-1971. Clippings, correspondence, legal documents, and related material (some copies) pertaining to voter registration standards, tests, and procedures, including residency requirements, applied by California registrars to persons age 18-20. (SC 300).
  • [California]. Thompson, A. B. One letter (ALS) to G. D. Atherton of Valpraiso, re testifying about some property. San Francisco, 15 Dec. 1853. (Wyles SC 233).
  • [California]. Thompson, William C. [Commander, steamer Sarah Sands]. One letter (ALS), in Spanish, to the pastor of Mission San Antonio, re running out of coal and other supplies, and sending representatives to Monterey and San Francisco to obtain them. San Simeon Bay [central coast of California], 20 May 1850. (Wyles SC 247).
  • [California]. Turley Family. Photostat of typescript and letter (TLS) to Jay Monaghan, 1961, re Turley family history. The Turley family ended up in El Monte, California. (Wyles SC 252).
  • [California]. U.S. Mail Line, Oregon Stage Company. One document: Way-bill for Sacramento-Marysville route, 14 Dec. 1866. (Wyles SC 689).
  • [California]. Vallejo Family. Carbon typescript: Memoirs of the Vallejos, based on documents and recollections of Dr. Platon M. G. Vallejo (son of Gen. Mariano Vallejo), 1914. Mainly depicting life in Alte California of the 1830s-1840s. (Wyles SC 518).
  • [California]. Vasconcellos [John] Papers, ca. 1946-2003. Personal papers, legislative and campaign files of a California state legislator noted for his work with humanistic psychology and self esteem. (HPA Mss 47).
  • [California]. Walker, Philip. One letter (ALS) from Phil Walker, Professor of French at UC Berkeley, to Harry [?], mentioning campus riots. Berkeley, CA, July 15, 1969. (SC 320).
  • [California]. Watkins Family Photograph Album, ca. 1913. 46 black and white photographs, some albumens, with images of a rural family, sev. of children, the farmstead, horses, buggies, new farm house, log cabins, mountains, waterfall, river, woman with rifle and pistol in holster, antler stack, hay baling, and train at Red Bluff [CA?], with African American boy in background, likely selling wares to passengers. (Wyles SC 1087).
  • [California]. Western Americana and Californiana. Extensive holdings of printed materials, many in the Wyles Collection, but also including the J. J. Mitchell, Ruth Comfort Mitchell (California writer), and Charles Snow (prolific blind California author of westerns) collections.
  • [California]. Western USA Travel Photograph Album, ca. 1924. 201 black and white photographs, mostly snapshots, captions in English, of a tour throughout the West, by what appears to be a family or families, perhaps by rail. Locations visited include Grand Canyon, AZ (group in western wear, at the canyon bottom, poss. Phantom Ranch); San Diego, CA; Riverside, CA (Mission Inn), San Gabriel Mission, CA; San Luis Rey Mission, CA; San Juan Capistrano Mission, CA; Los Angeles, CA (Japanese garden, Hollywood - including sets); Santa Barbara, CA (El Mirasol); Del Monte, CA; Monterey, CA; Yosemite, CA; Mount Shasta, CA; Columbia River; Portland, OR; Rainier National Park, WA; Victoria, BC; and Canadian Rockies (Banff and Lake Louise). (Wyles Mss 166).
  • [California]. Yosemite Photographs, 1906-1907. Two black/white panoramic photographs: (1) Grizzly Giant Tree, Mariposa Grove. Pillsbury Picture Co., No. 1005. Oldest living sequoia, located at Wawona. The image also shows visitors, standing, on wagons, and bicycle, by the trees. (2) El Capitan. Pillsubury Picture Co., No. 3012. (Wyles SC 959).
  • California Chinese Chatter, edited by Albert Dressler. Prospectus, describing the work as "Sixty-two pleasant and provoking pages of rare and original telegrams on various subjects, exchanged by the cinese to and from Downieville, Sierra County, California, during the year 1874…," along with a list of other publications by Dressler, ca, 1930. (SC 497).
  • California Circus Photographs, 1950s. Photographs of California circuses in the early 1950s, including Clyde Beatty Circus. (PA Mss 67).
  • [California Civil War Era Document]. One bill of sale, butcher bill, Ocean Market, San Francisco, 1865. (Wyles SC 931).
  • California Coastal Commission Collection, 1976-1981. Primarily packets assembled for Commission members, with agenda, minutes, and supporting documentation such as applications, reports, and fact sheets. The issues generally pertain to Santa Barbara and nearby counties. Much of the material has the letterhead ‘South Central Coast Regional Commission,’ which had offices in Santa Barbara at the time. (SBHC Mss 39).
  • California Committee for Relief in Belgium and France. World War I era printed document: Treasurer’s Report, Dec. 1918. (SC 502).
  • California Equal Suffrage Association Collection, ca. 1906-1918. 14 printed pamphlets and flyers, with titles such as "Justice to California Women," "Women under California Laws," "Why California Women Should Vote," and "New Laws in Suffrage States." (SC 348).
  • California Feminist Presses Collection. Copies of printed works mainly by southern California presses, including Bluestocking Books, Clothespin Fever Press, Odd Girls Press, Post-Apollo Press, Trilogy Books, Wildcat Press, and Women’s Institute for Continuing Jewish Education.
  • California Gold Miners Scale, ca. 1850s-1860s. (Wyles Mss 142).
  • [California Gold Rush]. Collins, S. M. Printed pamphlet, “List of Passengers, Officers, and Crew of the Ship Magnolia, on Her Voyage from New Bedford to San Francisco in 1849, as derived from various unofficial sources,” n.d. (Wyles SC 1068).
  • [California Gold Rush]. Comey, A. Two letters (ALS) to his children (Albert B. and Ann E.) in Woodville, Mass., from the California goldfields, 1853, 1854. Talks about immigrants arriving, including women and children, sometimes with large herds of cattle and sheep. Says that "the country is full and overrun with miners from all parts of the world the two largest classes are American and Chinamen the next two I think Mexicans & French and after some from all nations and to make up the assortment thousands of Indians natives of the country who are scattered all over the country and dig a good deal of the gold but mind you it is not the men but the squaws the men think it beneath their dignity…" (Wyles SC 61).
  • [California Gold Rush]. Converse, Henry F. Photocopies of Around the Horn to California letters by Henry F. Converse of Springfield, Illinois, to various relatives, arriving in Sacramento, late 1850. (Wyles SC 1086).
  • [California Gold Rush]. Earnest, William W. One typed manuscript (TMS), 94 pages, "The Life of John W. Earnest (1824-1913)," by his son William W. Earnest, including an account of John W. Earnest’s overland trip from Illinois to the California goldfields in 1850, experiences there, return east to Yazoo City, Mississippi in 1860, and forced service in the Confederacy as a Northerner during the Civil War. N.p., n.d. (Wyles SC 83).
  • [California Gold Rush]. Ohleyer, George. California Gold Rush letter (ALS) to N. Haskell in Ohio, mainly about gold mining, the changing fortunes of the author, and money to be made from high prices for livestock and grain in Suisun, California (between Sacramento and San Francisco), 1853. Also two b/w photographs of Mr. and Mrs. George Ohleyer (from the Elite Gallery, Marysville, [OH]), [later, poss. ca. 1870s]. (Wyles SC 490).
  • [California Gold Rush]. Spaulding Family Papers, ca. 1824-1961 [bulk dates 1849-1936]. Correspondence, journals, ledgers, logbooks, photographs and other material relating to the Spaulding family of Boston who, later (1929-1931), also maintained a home in Santa Barbara. Of particular interest is the 1849 California gold rush era diary of Mahlon Day Spaulding (1827-1888), who joined 149 other men from New England, formed a mutual stock company, bought a ship, and traveled around the Horn to California. With the money earned in California, he successfully invested in the wholesale grocery business and the later in the sugar refinery business. After his death, his two sons, William S. Spaulding and John T. Spaulding, took over the sugar company and later sold it to the United Fruit Company. The Spauldings became socially prominent Bostonians and were some of the most important art collectors in the United States. (Wyles Mss 141).
  • [California Gold Rush]. Tyson [Seth H.] Correspondence, 1853, 1855. Six letters (ALS) from Tyson, a young man from Philadelphia, mostly to his mother, re the California Gold Rush in Calaveras County. Also includes typescript transcriptions of the letters. Early letters talk about working in San Francisco and on farms, but later ones mainly concern his prospecting ups and downs, the hard work, problems with lack of water in the rivers, difficult financial dealings, and general uncertainty of life in the gold fields. (Wyles SC 253).
  • California Gold Rush Letter, May 12, 1850. Seven-page handwritten letter in ink (ALS), to Capt. T. S. Holloway of Wickford, Rhode Island, from an unknown author who has prospered as a banker and merchant, discussing conditions in the mines, including different nationalities of the miners, and prospects for achieving wealth in California. (Wyles SC 972).
  • California Gold Rush Sermons, ca. 1852-1863. 18 handwritten sermons and other theological notes by a Presbyterian minister, the Rev. Silas Solon Harmon, who established and maintained a church in Sonora, California from 1852 to 1863. The sermons generally focus on theological issues, emphasizing moral rectitude and only referring obliquely, at best, to the problems of the day. Harmon’s final sermon, “Farewell at Sonora,” dated May 3, 1863, however, reflects frankly and in detail on the often trying circumstances of establishing and maintaining a church in such a setting. (Wyles Mss 22).
  • California Infantry, 3rd Regiment (Vols), Co. A. Civil War document appealing for volunteers. San Francisco, 18 Sept. 1861. (Wyles SC 308).
  • California Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. Workshop program, 1977. (HPA SC 16).
  • California Maps. Facsimiles, copies, etc. (SC 1000).
  • [California Mexican Government Document]. One printed document, 4 pp., establishing the first official medical practice in California. Mexico, 6 Aug. 1836. (Wyles SC 936).
  • [California Mexican Government Document]. Rosa, D[on] Luis de la. One printed decree, 4 pp., originating in the Ministry of Finance, detailing the articles of tax collection and distribution. Mexico [City], 6 Aug. 1845. (Wyles SC 937).
  • [California Miners’ Payroll]. Monthly ledger sheets, Feb. 1877-Dec. 1878, for Consolidated Mining Co., Dardenelles Consolidated General Mining Co., and others, all located in Forest Hill, Placer County, California. Lists names, mining occupations, and duties, including one entry for a Chinese water carrier, “Wa Saiuf.” (Wyles SC 939).
  • [California Mining]. Bond [Marshall, Jr.] Gold Mining Photographs, 1934, 1937. 32 b/w 3 3/4” x 5” copy prints of gold mining by Marshall Bond and others, mostly at Midlle Buttes, near Mojave, California. (Wyles SC 607).
  • California Missions and Santa Barbara Area Glass Slides, ca. early 1900s. 39 color and black /white glass slides of California missions, including Santa Barbara mission; also Summerland Oil Wells, Los Banos, beach,olive trees, and Arlington Hotel in Santa Barbara. Firms include: A. D. Handy (Boston) and Putnam & Valentine (Los Angeles). (Mss 271).
  • California Opera Company. One document (TDS), Founders’ List. Los Angeles, n.d. (SC 46).
  • California Pacific International Exposition, 1935-1936. Official guide, daily program, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints leaflet and water exhibit souvenir. (SC 951).
  • California Photograph Album, ca. 1890-1910. 74 black/white numbered photographs, some with descriptions, including coastal scenes, boats and fishermen, Garden of the Gods, Monterey, ostrich farm, Santa Cruz, San Gabriel Mission (Pasadena), Santa Barbara Mission (nos. 2264-2265), and several apparently of a mother and daughter, perhaps on vacation at various locations. (SBHC Mss 71).
  • California Photograph Album, ca. 1930s. 84 black and white snapshots glued in an album with wood covers, likely California, but very few captions. Many images of children, most in rural areas with flat terrain, some doing chores like carrying eggs, and with chickens, goats, and cattle. Also, images of men and women, individually and in groups, with automobiles, rural outbuildings, hay wagon, tractor with treads, trips hunting, camping, and visiting places with redwoods and more mountainous terrain, some of houses with Spanish architecture in town. (Mss 277).
  • California Photograph Collection, ca. 1870s-1950s [bulk dates early 1900s]. 98 mainly black and white photographs, including cabinet cards, cartes de visité, picture postcards, snapshots, a stereocard, and tintypes, loose and in a partially dissembled album. The photographs may have been compiled by Mrs. Percy W. [Georgie] Stebbins, who lived in several California locations, and who is the recipient of several of the postcards. The album contains images of rural/farm scenes, residential streets, children, young adults, palm trees, parade, early 20c automobiles; locations include Los Angeles and Visalia. Also, loose photographs of the Bower, Childs, Eakin, Lavelle, and Lloyd families, as well as other unidentified possible family members; and commercial photographs from firms in California (including Berkeley, Tulare, and Ventura), Massachusetts, Missouri, New York, and Vermont. (Mss 252).
  • California Photographs. Two black/white cabinet card photographs by [John Calvin] Brewster, Ventura and Santa Paula, CA, of churches in El Rio and Santa Paula, [ca. 1900]. (Wyles SC 601).
  • California Picture Postcard Album, ca. 1900. 45 b/w and color picture postcards, mainly California, including several images of Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Catalina Island, San Diego, and Pasadena. Also a few from New Mexico and Kingman, Arizona. (SC 823).
  • California Picture Postcard Collection, ca. early 1900s. (Mss 231).
  • California Self -Esteem Task Force Meetings, 1987. Humanistic psychology project. (OH 114).
  • California Volunteers, 1st Regiment, Co. A. Group photo, with list, 1899. (Wyles SC 682).
  • California Volunteers, 1st Regiment, Co. D. Group photo, with list, 1899. (Wyles SC 681).
  • Calkins (James A.) Collection. Family and local history collection of b/w photos and clippings relating to the Calkins family and Santa Barbara area, including Zaca Lake Ranch. (SBHC Mss 24).
  • Calley, James. One document (ADS): Last Will and Testament. Marblehead, Massachusetts, 1 July 1734. (SC 828).
  • Cambodia – Angkor Wat Photograph Album, ca. 1920-1925. (Bernath Mss 152).
  • [Cambodia]. Chapman (E. C.) Photograph Collection, ca. 1960s-1970s. 270+ black/white prints and color slides. Locations include: Bali, Burma, Cambodia (Angkor Wat) and Laos (Vientiene), Malaysia (mainly Malacca and Penang), Shanghai and surrounds, and Thailand (incl. South Thailand – Kra Isthmus). (Bernath Mss 224).
  • [Cambodia]. de Chetelat (Enzo) Papers, ca. 1901-1980s [bulk dates 1920s-1960s]. Autobiography, correspondence, documents, maps, reports, black/white photographs and photograph albums, several thousand color slides, and artifacts of a Swiss-born mining geologist who visited or worked in many countries from the 1920s to the 1970s, including Albania, Algeria, Bali, Belgian Congo, Brazil, British Honduras, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Ceylon, Czechoslovakia, Dahomey, France, French Guinea, French Guyana, French Polynesia, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Laos, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Macau, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mali, Martinique, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Niger, Nigeria, Paracel Islands, Peru, Samoa, Senegal, Singapore, Somalia, Sumatra, Syria, Thailand, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, Upper Volta, Vietnam, and Yugoslavia. (Bernath Mss 316).
  • [Cambodia]. “Cochinchine Cambodge: Cartes Postales” Album, ca. 1904-1953 [bulk dates 1907-1911]. 74 picture postcards, most black and white, of Cambodia (Phnom Penh), Laos, and mainly Vietnam (Hanoi, Haiphong, Hue, Saigon), many of local inhabitants, daily activities, street scenes, dances, and buildings. (Bernath Mss 378).
  • [Cambodia] Indochina Photograph Album, ca. 1935. (Bernath Mss 238).
  • [Cambodia]. Indochina Rubber Plantations Photograph Albums, ca. 1925-1930. 99 black photographs in two albums. Album 1 contains views of French rubber plantations at Quan Loi and Xacam (Vietnam), showing various facets of rubber production, including factory interiors, workers, and local villages. Album 2, entitled “Compagnie du Cambodge,”contains views of plantations at Tonlebett, Chup, Pean Cheang, and Thmar Pitt (Cambodia), with images of the Mekong River, roads, forests, felled trees, replanting, lumber mill, local villages, rubber tapping and processing. (Bernath Mss 216).
  • [Cambodia]. Johnson (Basil) Photograph Collection, ca. 1940s-1970s [bulk dates 1960s-1970s]. Several hundred black/white prints and color slides taken by Johnson, Emeritus Professor Geography at the Australian National University. Locations include: Bangladesh, Borneo, Cambodia, Malaya, Pakistan, Singapore, and Thailand. Many rural scenes, with local inhabitants, emphasis on water-related issues such as irrigation and wells. (Bernath Mss 223).
  • Cameron, Simon (1779-1889). One letter (ALS) to Edward C. Biddle re letter of introduction for a Mr. Della Costa. United States Senate Chamber, Washington, 25 May 1874. (Wyles SC 49).
  • [Cameroon]. de Chetelat (Enzo) Papers, ca. 1901-1980s [bulk dates 1920s-1960s]. Autobiography, correspondence, documents, maps, reports, black/white photographs and photograph albums, several thousand color slides, and artifacts of a Swiss-born mining geologist who visited or worked in many countries from the 1920s to the 1970s, including Albania, Algeria, Bali, Belgian Congo, Brazil, British Honduras, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Ceylon, Czechoslovakia, Dahomey, France, French Guinea, French Guyana, French Polynesia, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Laos, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Macau, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mali, Martinique, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Niger, Nigeria, Paracel Islands, Peru, Samoa, Senegal, Singapore, Somalia, Sumatra, Syria, Thailand, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, Upper Volta, Vietnam, and Yugoslavia. (Bernath Mss 316).
  • Camp Chase. 1862 Civil War era printed document [37th Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Mis. Doc. No. 94], joint resolution protesting the continued use of slaves as servants to Confederate officers held as prisoners at Camp Chase, near Columbus, Ohio. (Wyles SC 1089).
  • Camp Chase Prison, No. 3, Columbus, Ohio. One Civil War document (ADS), description of Camp Chase Prison, No. 3, Columbus, Ohio, by A. Davis, 1862. Davis notes that inmates come from all walks of life, including farmers, lawyers, doctors, judges, criminals, sheriffs, gamblers, painters, singers, and surveyors. “A ramble through this city prison would present scenes of card playing and praying, earnest talking, deep arguments … obscene jesting and profane swearing. The same walk show some writhing in pain. Others cooking and eating, some trading and perhaps a man dying.” (Wyles SC 50).
  • Camp [Roger] Collection, ca. 1963-1995 [bulk dates 1968-1974]. Correspondence, mainly editors’ letters of acceptance or rejection, to poet and photographer Roger Camp, copies of poems by him, and issues of literary and poetry journals and reviews, usually containing poems or photographs by him. Correspondents include Ansel Adams, Robert Bly, Thom Jones, and Lawrence Willson (UCSB English professor). (Mss 250).
  • Camp William Penn. One printed group photograph of the commander and headquarters staff of Camp William Penn, used for organization of U.S. Colored Troops, 1863-1865. (Wyles SC 902).
  • “The Campaign for 1859.” Incomplete printed text of an essay on the Dred Scott decision. (Wyles SC 861).
  • Campbell [Joseph] / Keleman [Stanley] Oral History, ca. 1976-1989. Dialogues between Campbell and Keleman, conducted over a period of several years. Humanistic psychology project. (OH 25).
  • Campion, Thomas (1567-1620). English poet and composer. Holdings include fine press editions of The Maske (1924) by the Cayme Press [Printers Z239.2.C34 C3], and W.H. Auden’s edition of The Selected Songs of Thomas Campion (1973) [Spec PR6001.U4 Z3 C35 1973].
  • Camplís (Francisco) Papers, 1967-2000 pdf icon. Mainly files pertaining to professional activities, and photographs, of the Chicano artist, photographer, and filmmaker. (CEMA 47).
  • [Canada]. Alaska and Canada Photograph Album, ca. 1910s-1920s. 22 black and white snapshots, with pencilled captions in English. Includes images of Skagway (town and environs, Princess Ena at dock), Port Alice (Princess Louise barge, view from dock), Prince Rupert (wireless station VAJ), dock area at Barkley Sound, loading Grayling launch on the Princess Ena at San Francisco, S.S. Nanking, Oakland ferry, Victoria harbor, S.S. Knight Templar, other unidentified vessels. (Wyles SC 1053).
  • [Canada]. Alaska and Canada Photograph Collection, ca. early-mid 1900s. (Wyles Mss 147).
  • [Canada]. de Chetelat (Enzo) Papers, ca. 1901-1980s [bulk dates 1920s-1960s]. Autobiography, correspondence, documents, maps, reports, black/white photographs and photograph albums, several thousand color slides, and artifacts of a Swiss-born mining geologist who visited or worked in many countries from the 1920s to the 1970s, including Albania, Algeria, Bali, Belgian Congo, Brazil, British Honduras, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Ceylon, Czechoslovakia, Dahomey, France, French Guinea, French Guyana, French Polynesia, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Laos, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Macau, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mali, Martinique, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Niger, Nigeria, Paracel Islands, Peru, Samoa, Senegal, Singapore, Somalia, Sumatra, Syria, Thailand, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, Upper Volta, Vietnam, and Yugoslavia. (Bernath Mss 316).
  • [Canada]. Eagleton (George D.) Stereoview Collection, ca. 1860s-2004. The collection contains ca. 6708 stereoviews, 179 other photographic images (most photo postcards), one videotape about stereoviews, 11 stereoviewers, and related books and issues of Stereo World, assembled by George D. Eagleton. The stereoviews, some exceedingly rare, include images from many parts of the U.S, and other countries. They cover subjects such as children, the Civil War, farming, Indians [Native Americans], logging, mining, planes, presidents, Russo-Japanese War, ships, Spanish American War, Trains, and World War I. Most of the stereoviews in the collection were produced in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the Keystone View Company and Underwood and Underwood (which sold the work of a number of photographers). Numerous other companies also are represented. The cards were intended to be viewed through equipment such as stereopticans, which produced a three-dimensional effect. (Mss 255).
  • [Canada]. Foster Family. Journal from Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, with record of family births, deaths and other events, ca. 1782-1791. (SC 457).
  • [Canada]. Grenfell [Wilfred] Labrador, Newfoundland Photograph Collection, ca. 1908-1909. Includes numerous photos of Eskimo population, sled dogs, deer as pack animals. (Wyles Mss 140).
  • [Canada]. Klondike and Atlin [British Columbia] Gold Rush Photographs, ca. 1898-1899. (Wyles SC 1013).
  • [Canada]. Money (Anton K.) Collection, 1923-1989. Two photograph albums and an article in UCSB Library’s Soundings, primarily relating to mining engineer Anton K. Money’s life in western Canada and Alaska from 1923-1964. Includes some related clippings, correspondence, and ephemera. (Wyles Mss 162).
  • [Canada]. Money [Anton K.] Oral History, 1982. Life history of a mining engineer who fled war-torn Europe to explore Canada’s mining frontier during the 1920s. (OH 68).
  • [Canada]. Railroad Ephemera Collection, ca. 1870s-1970s. A variety of ephemeral items relating mainly to railroad companies, but also some bus and other transportation companies. Included in the collection are passenger tickets, railroad forms, transfer tickets, bond coupons, baggage claim checks, company passes, time cards, service pins, tokens, dining car napkins, cancelled paychecks, postcards, and reports. More than 70 companies from all regions of the U.S. and Canada are represented. (Wyles Mss 128).
  • [Canada]. Rust (Frederick) Papers, ca. 1897, 1935-1946 [bulk dates 1941-1945]. Mainly WWII era correspondence between Frederick Rust, his wife Celia Adams Rust, and his mother Mariette Rust, as well as histories (many by Rust) of units in the 18th Engineers, detailing their efforts to construct the Alaskan Highway, through the Yukon, under very difficult wartime and physical conditions, 1942-1943; also general files which contain various Army and court documents, poems and short stories written by Rust, and a handful of black/white photographs, mostly of fellow soldiers. (Mss 108).
  • [Canada]. Siddell [Robert] Collection, ca. 1903-1922. More than 200 picture postcards from a 1909 trip to South America (Guyana – then British, Dutch, and French Guiana) and the West Indies (Antigua, Barbados, Bermuda, Dominica, Martinique, Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Vincent, Trinidad, Virgin Islands – then the Danish West Indies), as well as Canada, the U.S. and Turkey (Constantinople). Also, letters, photographs, and ephemera, some relating to the American College for Girls in Constantinople during and just after World War I. (Mss 110).
  • [Canada]. Thomas [Norman] Photograph Collection, 1948-1964 [bulk dates 1958-1964]. Several thousand b/w prints and negatives, taken by photojournalist Norman Thomas, who was based in New Orleans in the late 1950s to early 1960s. The largest number of photos are from Mexico. There also is an earlier series of photos from the 1948 Nahanni Expedition to northern Canada, and some U.S. photos, including Cape Canaveral, Florida, and a Navajo Reservation Health Program. (Bernath Mss 97).
  • [Canada]. Western USA Travel Photograph Album, ca. 1924. 201 black and white photographs, mostly snapshots, captions in English, of a tour throughout the West, by what appears to be a family or families, perhaps by rail. Locations visited include Grand Canyon, AZ (group in western wear, at the canyon bottom, poss. Phantom Ranch); San Diego, CA; Riverside, CA (Mission Inn), San Gabriel Mission, CA; San Luis Rey Mission, CA; San Juan Capistrano Mission, CA; Los Angeles, CA (Japanese garden, Hollywood - including sets); Santa Barbara, CA (El Mirasol); Del Monte, CA; Monterey, CA; Yosemite, CA; Mount Shasta, CA; Columbia River; Portland, OR; Rainier National Park, WA; Victoria, BC; and Canadian Rockies (Banff and Lake Louise). (Wyles Mss 166).
  • [Canal Zone]. Gray [Ethel C.] California, Canal Zone, Cuba Photograph Album, 1935. Album, approx. 100 pages, recording Ethel C. Gray’s six-week rail trip from NYC to the western U.S. (including Yosemite, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego), then by ship (S.S. Virginia) to the Canal Zone and Cuba. Includes photographs, postcards, railroad timetables, hotel brochures, menus, and other ephemera. (Bernath Mss 46).
  • [Canary Islands]. South Pacific Photograph Album, ca. 1901-1902. 140+ b/w photographs of a voyage, probably by a British passenger embarking at London, on the New Zealand ship S.S. Rakaia. Includes images of Tenerife (street sweepers, bullock cart, bull ring, harbor, panorama of Santa Cruz; fruit hawkers at Laguna). (Bernath Mss 283).
  • Canton Sketches, 1850-1852. (Wyles SC 971).
  • [Cape Canaveral]. Thomas [Norman] Photograph Collection, 1948-1964 [bulk dates 1958-1964]. Several thousand b/w prints and negatives, taken by photojournalist Norman Thomas, who was based in New Orleans in the late 1950s to early 1960s. The largest number of photos are from Mexico. There also is an earlier series of photos from the 1948 Nahanni Expedition to northern Canada, and some U.S. photos, including Cape Canaveral, Florida, and a Navajo Reservation Health Program. (Bernath Mss 97).
  • [Cape Horn]. South Pacific Photograph Album, ca. 1901-1902. 140+ b/w photographs of a voyage, probably by a British passenger embarking at London, on the New Zealand ship S.S. Rakaia. Includes images of Cape Horn. (Bernath Mss 283).
  • [Cape Verde Islands]. South Pacific Photograph Album, ca. 1901-1902. 140+ b/w photographs of a voyage, probably by a British passenger embarking at London, on the New Zealand ship S.S. Rakaia. Includes images of Cape Verde Islands (St Vincent harbor, coaling boats, boys selling shells). (Bernath Mss 283).
  • Capelli [Mark H.] Southern California Steelhead Watershed Archive, ca. 1919-2000 [bulk dates 1970s-1990s]. Mainly files on organizations and issues focusing on the southern California steelhead trout population, primarily in Ventura County and, to a lesser extent, in Santa Barbara and Los Angeles counties, compiled by Mark H. Capelli, a National Marine Fisheries Service biologist and Executive Director of the Friends of the Ventura River. (Mss 242).
  • [Capra Press]. Bason (Robert E.) / Capra Press Records, ca. 1969-2004. Includes production and financial files from years Bason owned Santa Barbara-based Capra Press, as well as some earlier material from the Noel Young years. Correspondents include: Edward Abbey, Raymond Carver, Gretel Ehrlich, Tess Gallagher, Ursula LeGuin, Ken Millar, Margaret Millar, Henry Miller, Anaïs Nin, Lawrence Clark Powell, Thomas Sanchez, and John Sanford. (Printers Mss 59).
  • [Capra Press]. Young (Noel) / Capra Press Collection, ca. 1930s-1970s. The collection contains biographical information about Noel Young (1922-2002), including typescripts from early diaries in the 1930s and through his college years, typescripts mainly of short stories, but also poetry and plays, by Young, memorabilia from trips, photographs, and some material relating to his Santa Barbara-based Capra Press. (Printers Mss 46).
  • [Capra Press]. Young [Noel] / Capra Press Oral History, 1983. Interviews with the Santa Barbara publisher. (OH 104).
  • Carey, Mathew (1760-1839). One note (ANS), requesting a visit, 6 Feb. 1829. (SC 47).
  • Caribbean Photograph Album, ca. 1903. 184 black/white photographs taken during a cruise on the steamship Oceana (German-American Line), with images of St. Thomas (Virgin Islands), San Juan (Puerto Rico), Jamaica, Panama Canal, Venezuela, Trinidad, Martinique, Dominica, San Domingo, Santiago and Havana (Cuba), and Nassau (Bahamas). Includes coastal and city views, streetscapes, buildings, railroads and steamships in ports, and local men and women at work and at leisure. (Bernath Mss 184).
  • Carlyle, Thomas (1795-1881). Scottish writer and scholar. Holdings include The Life of Friedrich Schiller (1825) [Spec PT2482.C3 1825], The French Revolution (1837) [Spec DC161.C3 1837b], Sartor Resartus (1838) [Spec PR4429.A1 1838], Chartism (1840) [Spec DA559.7.C3], Past and Present (1843) [Spec HN388.C33 1843], Latter-Day Pamphlets (1850) [Spec PR4427.A1 1850a], Critical and Miscellaneous Essays (1852) [Spec PR4425.A2 1852], Shooting Niagra (1867) [Spec JN227 1867], and The Diamond Necklace (1913) [Printers Z239.R54 C2]. Fine press editions of Jocelin of Brakelond (1923) printed by William Edwin Rudge [Printers Z239.R8 C36], Lecture on Martin Luther (1926) by Deseret News Press [Printers Z239.D3942 C37 1926], and The French Revolution (1956) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec DC161.C3 1956 and Printers Z239.L5 C37].
  • [Carpinteria]. Strong [Isobel Field] Scrapbook, ca. 1926-1930. Scrapbook of Isobel Field Strong, daughter of Fanny Stevenson and stepdaughter of Robert Louis Stevenson. Includes photographs of Carpinteria area, some of Serena, the Field home. (SBHC Mss 64).
  • Carrillo (Sean) Collection, ca. 1990s. Materials relating to the Chicano musician. (CEMA 85).
  • Carroll, Lewis (1832-1898) [pseudonym of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson]. English poet and novelist. Holdings include Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1866) with illustrations by John Tenniel [Spec PR4611.A6 1866], also with illustrations by Arthur Rackham (1907) [Spec PR4611.A7 1907], in French as Aventures d’Alice au Pays des Merveilles (1972) [Spec PR4611.A7 F7 1972], in German as Alice’s Abenteuer im Wunderland (1974) [Spec PR4611.A7 G4 1974], and in Italian as Le Avventure d’Alice nel Paese delle Meraviglie (1978) [Spec PR4611.A7 I8 1978]; Through the Looking-Glass (1872) with illustrations by John Tenniel [Spec PR4611.T57 1872]; The Hunting of the Snark (1876) [Spec PR4611.H8], also in French as La Chasse au Snark (1962) [Spec PR4611.H8 F76 1962], and in miniature (1981) [Spec PR4611.H8 1981d]; Sylvie and Bruno (1889) [Spec PR4611.S9 1889]; Feeding the Mind (1907) [Spec Z1003.D64]; The Three Cats (1937) [Printers Z239.B28 C37 1937]; Lewis Carroll: Photos and Letters to His Child Friends (1975) [Spec PR4612.A4 1975]; and Logic and Tea: The Letters of Charles L. Dodgson (1984) [Spec PR4612.A47 1984]. Facsimile edition of the manuscript for Alice’s Adventures Under Ground (1886), an early version of the tale [Spec PR4611.A5 1886]. Fine press editions of The Hunting of the Snark by the Peter Pauper Press (1930) [Printers Z239.P4 D6], by the Whittington Press (1975) [Printers Z239.2.W49 C37 1975 vault], by William Kaufmann, Inc. (1981) [Spec PR4611.H8 1981c], and with illustrations by Barry Moser (1983) [Spec PR4611.H8 1983b]; Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by the Limited Editions Club (1932) [Printers Z239.L5 D6 vault], by the Peter Pauper Press (1940) [Printers Z239.P4 D59], with illustrations by Salvador Dali (1969) [Spec PR4611.A6 1969 vault], by the Heritage Press (1969) [Spec PR4611.A6 1969a], and with illustrations by Barry Moser (1982) [Spec PR4611.A7 1982b]; Through the Looking-Glass by the Limited Editions Club (1935) [Printers Z239.R8 C367 1935] and with illustrations by Barry Moser (1983) [Spec PR4611.A7 1982b]; and The Pig-Tale (1984) by Hanover Fitz Press [Printers Z239.H2176 C37 1984]. Additionally, a musical adaptation of Alice in Wonderland (1944), featuring Ginger Rogers, was recorded on 78 RPM records [PA Decca DA-376].
  • Carruth (Clarence V.) Balkans Correspondence, 1930-1931. (Bernath Mss 124).
  • “Carta dell’Africa Orientale,” ca. 1930s. One printed color map of Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia, issued by the Touring Club Italiano. (SC 1110).
  • [Carver, Raymond]. Bason (Robert E.) / Capra Press Records, ca. 1969-2004. Includes production and financial files from years Bason owned Santa Barbara-based Capra Press, as well as some earlier material from the Noel Young years. Correspondents include: Edward Abbey, Raymond Carver, Gretel Ehrlich, Tess Gallagher, Ursula LeGuin, Ken Millar, Margaret Millar, Henry Miller, Anaïs Nin, Lawrence Clark Powell, Thomas Sanchez, and John Sanford. (Printers Mss 59).
  • Casa de Maria (Santa Barbara, CA). Leaflets, 1968-1978. (HPA SC 17).
  • Case [James T.] Collection. One letter (TLS) from Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, Battle Creek, Michigan, 10 July 1938, re medical research. Also one b/w portrait of Case, 1905; one b/w photo of Case with [x-ray machine ?], 1917; and one later color photo of [Case?], n.d. (SC 50).
  • Castillo [Ana] Papers, 1953-1990. Journals, clippings, postcards, memorabilia, personal and professional correspondence, photographs, silkscreen drawings and mss of published and unpublished writings of Chicana writer and teacher Castillo. (CEMA 2).
  • Cato, Marcus Porcius (234-149 BC). Roman scholar and conservative statesman, also known as Cato the Censor. Holdings include a 1549 edition of his agricultural treatise De re Rustica, the oldest surviving literary prose work in Latin [Spec PA6271.C7 1549].
  • Catullus, Gaius Valerius (84-54 BC). Roman lyric poet, born in Verona. Holdings include the 1592 anthology Catullus, Tibullus, Propertius, edited by Johann van der Does [Spec PA6274.A2 1592]; fine press editions of Catulli, Tibulli, Properti: Carmina Quae Extant Omnia (1911) [Spec PA6274.A2 1911], From Catullus, Chiefly Concerning Lesbia (1924) [PA6274.A25 1924], and The Carmina of Caius Valerius Catullus (1928) [PA6275.E5 B8 1928].
  • Cave, William (1637-1713). English writer and church historian. Holdings include Antiquitates Apostolicæ (1676) [Spec BS2440.C3], Apostolici (1682) [Spec BR1705.A2 C38 1682], Ecclesiatici (1683) [Spec BR1705.A2 C39 1683], A Dissertation Concerning the Government of the Ancient Church (1683) [Spec BV648.C37], and Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Historia Literaria (1720) [Spec Z7751.C33].
  • Caxton, William (c.1422-1491). The first English printer. Holdings include fine press facsimile editions of the first book printed in England, The Dictes and Sayings of the Philosophers, from 1877 [Printers Z241.M923 1877 vault] and 1901 [Printers Z241.M923 1901]; The Life and Works of William Caxton (1938) featuring an original leaf from the Polycronicon printed in 1482 [Spec Z232.C38 K87 vault]; a facsimile edition of Caxton’s translation of The Metamorphoses of Ovid (1968) [Spec PA6522.M2 C3 1480a]; other fine press editions of Caxton’s works by the Windsor Press (1926) [Printers Z239.W56 B528 1926], the Stratford Press (1942) [Printers Z124.D5], the Oriole Press (1959) [Printers Z232.C38 J3], and the Alembic Press (1995) [Printers Z232.C38 C45 1995].
  • CEDARC (Santa Barbara, CA). Flyer for confluent education conference, 1977. (HPA SC 18).
  • [Censorship]. Ernst [Morris L.] Banned Books Collection, ca. 1956-1990. Examples of more than 700 books banned in various countries throughout history, with an accompanying manuscript collection (Mss 27) and reference works explaining why they were banned. Includes such well known works as Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Catcher in the Rye, Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, Mein Kampf, The Scarlet Letter, Tropic of Cancer, and Ulysses.
  • Center for Applied Intuition (San Francisco, CA). Flyer for conference on the role of intuition in psychotherapy, 1988. (HPA SC 19).
  • Center for Contextual Study (Berkeley, CA). Flyer, n.d. (HPA SC 21).
  • Center for Creative Change (Newbury Park, CA). Flyers, ca. 1986. (HPA SC 20).
  • Center for Integral Medicine (Pacific Palisades, CA). Flyers, 1977-1978. (HPA SC 22).
  • Center for Jung Studies of Detroit. Leaflet, 1984-1985. (HPA SC 134).
  • Center for Process Studies (Claremont, CA). Leaflets, 1986-1987. (HPA SC 23).
  • Center for Studies of the Person (CSP), 1991. Tapes of staff meetings and related material pertaining to the La Jolla center, home of the Carl Rogers Memorial Library, and advocates of client-centered psychotherapy and the person-centered approach. (OH 24).
  • [Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions]. Ashmore (Harry S.) Collection, ca. 1922-1997 [bulk dates 1950s-1980s]. Addresses and speeches, awards, biographical information, correspondence, writings, photographs, audiotapes and videotapes of the newspaperman, writer, editor-in-chief of Encyclopaedia Britannica, and executive for the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. Awarded the first double Pulitzer Prizes in history for distinguished service in the Little Rock school integration controversy of the 1950s. (Mss 155).
  • [Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions]. Ashmore (Harry S.) Oral History. Interviews with Ashmore, about his life, with an emphasis on his days with the Santa Barbara-based Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. (OH 11).<</li>
  • [Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions]. Hutchins [Robert M.] Collection, ca. 1960-1991. Correspondence, memoranda, reports, programs, and other materials mainly regarding Hutchins’ role as founder and long-time chief executive officer of the Center for Democratic Institutions (CSDI). (Mss 154).
  • [Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions]. Kelly [Frank K.] Oral History. Interviews re Kelly’s days as a speechwriter for Harry Truman, and work with the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI), as well as the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation. (OH 123).
  • [Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions]. Kelly [Frank K.] Papers, 1907-2008 [bulk dates 1950s-1970s]. Papers of Frank K. Kelly, speechwriter for Harry Truman and longtime executive with the Santa Barbara-based Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) and the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (NAPF). Included are personal/family papers, correspondence (mostly incoming), speeches and writings by Kelly, and files relating to CSDI and NAPF. (Mss 279).
  • [Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions]. McAllister [Frances B.] Papers, ca, 1964-1979. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) files from CSDI board member Frances B McAllister, including board correspondence and minutes, reports and recommendations to the board, current and pending activities, dialogue discussion papers, financial reports, Pacem in Maribus I-VI, Pacem in Terris I-IV, press releases, publicity, reorganization and relocation proposals, and other materials relating to CSDI programs and administration. Also, International Ocean Institute (IOI) files, including bulletins and reports, correspondence, Friends correspondence, documents and records, and Planning Council correspondence and event materials. (Mss 285).
  • [Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions]. Mitchell [Maurice B.] Collection, ca. 1945-1990. Correspondence, reports, and other, relating to his work with Encyclopaedia Britannica, the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, and other foundations and institutions such as the Annenberg. Also contains material relating to his interest in the history of printing. (Mss 160).
  • [Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions]. Tugwell, Rexford (1891-1979). Autobiographical UCSB Friends of the Library speech by Rexford Tugwell, member of the FDR Brain Trust and, later, active in the Santa Barbara-based Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI), [ca. 1960s-1970s]. (SC 310).
  • [Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions]. Wheeler [Harvey] Oral History. (OH 102).
  • [Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions]. Wheeler (Harvey) Papers, ca. 1940s-1990s [bulk dates 1950s-1970s]. Correspondence, writings, and administrative files, mainly relating to Wheeler’s long-term association with the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. (Mss 201).
  • Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) Audio Archive. Thanks to donors Neal Linson, Ceil Pulitzer, and Stanley Sheinbaum, some of the most important conference proceedings, talks, and dialogues recorded by CSDI are available on the web for listening and downloading. Dating back to the early 1960s, the topics covered in these tapes remain as critical today as they were then. Issues include peace and war, democracy, dissent, community action, ecology and the environment, elections and the electoral process, freedom of the press, immigration, international relations, law and order, the media, race and ethnicity, and religion.
  • Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) Collection, 1950-1991 [bulk dates 1961-1987]. Records of the internationally renowned Santa Barbara-based think tank, emphasizing issues such as education, freedom of the press, international relations, public policy, religion, and science and technology in modern society. Included are materials relating to CSDI leaders such as Robert Hutchins, Harry Ashmore, Elisabeth Mann Borgese, W. H. Ferry, Frank Kelly, Stanley K. Sheinbaum, and Harvey Wheeler. Also includes papers, talks, correspondence, and other materials relating to hundreds of other well known figures such as Mortimer Adler, Alexander Comfort, William O. Douglas, Mircea Eliade, J. William Fulbright, Hubert H. Humphrey, Clark Kerr, Eugene McCarthy, Gunnar Myrdal, Reinhold Niebuhr, Linus Pauling, James A. Pike, B. F. Skinner, Adlai Stevenson, Arnold Toynbee, UN Secretary-General U Thant, and Earl Warren. (Mss 18).
  • Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions / Princeton University Files, 1957-1969 [bulk dates 1962-1965]. (Mss 253).
  • Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) Scrapbook, 1961. Scrapbook of the 1961 CSDI Seminar in Athens, assembled by Carolyn H. Wack. (SC 793).
  • [Central African Republic]. Buerer (James) Central African Republic Slide Collection, ca. 1977-1991. 218 color slides, most around an American-run mission, possibly Baptist, in the Central African Republic, many of construction projects including hospital, churches, and houses. Very few captions, few locations noted (one is Kpokpo). Includes images of markets, local inhabitants and everyday activities, people walking on roads, fires, outdoor classrooms, group shots, mission vehicles and plane, aerial views, missionaries, local congregation. (Bernath Mss 334).
  • [Central Intelligence Agency]. Stockton [Bayard] Papers, ca. 1950s-2006. Correspondence, notes, manuscript drafts, and related research materials, including FOIA documents pertaining to Bayard Stockton’s biography of William K. Harvey of the CIA, Flawed Patriot: The Rise and Fall of CIA Legend Bill Harvey. Stockton (1930-2006) was a former CIA intelligence officer who served under Harvey in Berlin, a journalist, and a teacher. (Bernath Mss 174).
  • Central Pacific Railroad Exploration Map. One printed map, “Sketch of Capt. Gunnison’s Route to Sept. 20th, 1853. Senate Ex: Doc: No. 29. 1 Sess 33 Cong.” (Wyles SC 1088).
  • Centro Cultural de La Raza Archives, 1970-1999. Slides and other materials relating to the San Diego artists’ collective, co-founded in 1970 by Chicano poet Alurista and artist Victor Ochoa. Known as a center of indigenismo (indigenism) during the Aztlán phase of Chicano art in the early 1970s. (CEMA 12).
  • "Century Almanac.” Adjustable cardboard wheel, showing days of the week for dates rom 1800-1899, along with lists of presidential electors (38 states at the time), and list of presidents of the U.S., ca. 1881. (Wyles SC 472).
  • Certifcato di Nascita. One Italian document, birth certificate, Diocesi di Vicenza, Provincia di Padova, 1943, along with one letter (ALS, in Italian), 1922, and one undated handwritten note (in Italian). Laid in Giovanni La Cecilia, Storie Segrete Delle Famiglie Reali (Main D 107 L32). (SC 803).
  • Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de (1547-1616). Spanish writer. Holdings include an early edition of The History of the Most Renowned Don Quixote of Mancha (1687) in English [Spec PQ6329.A2 1687]; fine press editions of Don Quixote include a 19th century volume with illustrations by Gustave Doré [Printers Z239.2.C33 C4] and a 1923 edition by G.H. Doran [Printers Z1023.C47 1923]. Other titles include The Jealous Husband (1945) in English and Spanish [Printers Z239.9.T5 C3 vault] and The Dialogue of the Dogs (1969) by the Allen Press [Printers Z239.A46 C47 1969]. See also Edmund Gayton’s Pleasant Notes Upon Don Quixot (1654) for an early example of literary criticism [Spec PQ6352.G3 vault].
  • [Ceylon]. Abbot (Carnzu) Travel Photograph Album, 1912. Includes images of Gibraltar, Egypt and Pyramids, Ceylon/India, Japan (Kamakura, Nara, and other), Yosemite, U.S. Southwest. (Bernath Mss 372).
  • [Ceylon]. de Chetelat (Enzo) Papers, ca. 1901-1980s [bulk dates 1920s-1960s]. Autobiography, correspondence, documents, maps, reports, black/white photographs and photograph albums, several thousand color slides, and artifacts of a Swiss-born mining geologist who visited or worked in many countries from the 1920s to the 1970s, including Albania, Algeria, Bali, Belgian Congo, Brazil, British Honduras, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Ceylon, Czechoslovakia, Dahomey, France, French Guinea, French Guyana, French Polynesia, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Laos, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Macau, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mali, Martinique, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Niger, Nigeria, Paracel Islands, Peru, Samoa, Senegal, Singapore, Somalia, Sumatra, Syria, Thailand, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, Upper Volta, Vietnam, and Yugoslavia. (Bernath Mss 316).
  • [Ceylon]. China / Ceylon Photograph Album, ca. 1910s-1920s. About 120 b/w photos, most with captions, taken by a young British officer, some ca. 1920s of Ceylon (Sri Lanka), including Trincomalee and the Royal Naval Camp at Diyatalawa. (Bernath Mss 34).
  • [Ceylon]. Eagleton (George D.) Stereoview Collection, ca. 1860s-2004. The collection contains ca. 6708 stereoviews, 179 other photographic images (most photo postcards), one videotape about stereoviews, 11 stereoviewers, and related books and issues of Stereo World, assembled by George D. Eagleton. The stereoviews, some exceedingly rare, include images from many parts of the U.S, and other countries. They cover subjects such as children, the Civil War, farming, Indians [Native Americans], logging, mining, planes, presidents, Russo-Japanese War, ships, Spanish American War, Trains, and World War I. Most of the stereoviews in the collection were produced in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the Keystone View Company and Underwood and Underwood (which sold the work of a number of photographers). Numerous other companies also are represented. The cards were intended to be viewed through equipment such as stereopticans, which produced a three-dimensional effect. (Mss 255).
  • [Ceylon]. India and Ceylon Photograph Album, ca. 1900. (Bernath Mss 208).
  • [Ceylon]. India and Ceylon Photograph Album, ca. 1900. 241 hand-colored photographs with captions in Russian, including scenes of Agra (including Taj Mahal) and Kandy, Ceylon. (Bernath Mss 250).
  • [Ceylon]. “Sunny Memories” Photograph Album, ca. 1903. 102 b/w photographs of various sizes, all accompanied by captions. Apparently an album assembled by Albert R. Lennon, depicting a voyage from London to Australia and New Zealand, and return, although not all images appear to be in order. It includes images of the voyage (on board the ‘Hesperus’, Bay of Biscay, Cape Town, Teneriffe, Suez Canal, Port Said, Gibraltar, Ceylon), with the bulk being of Australia (Melbourne, Sydney, other parts of New South Wales) and New Zealand (Wellington, New Plymouth, Urenui, Akaroa, Northern Wairoa, and Napier). (SC 839).
  • [Ceylon]. World Tour Photograph Album, 1907-1908. 458 b/w snapshots of a world tour by an unknown American woman with images from Gibraltar, Spain, France, Egypt, Ceylon, India, Burma, Java, Singapore, Philippines, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Hawaii, and San Francisco Bay. Includes many images of street scenes, waterfronts, palaces, temples, and other buildings, processions and festivals, American missions, and local inhabitants (many of women and children). (Bernath Mss 79).
  • Ceylon – Philippines Photograph Album, ca. 1900-1919 [bulk dates 1900-1901]. About 200 black/white snapshots (with a few cyanotypes and black/white picture postcards), apparently taken by an American serviceman on board ship (the Buford) to Manila (Philippines), via Gibraltar, Malta, Suez Canal, Aden (now Yemen), and Colombo (Ceylon, now Sri Lanka), to the Philippines, Nov.-Dec. 1900. Philippine images, Dec. 1900-ca. 1902, include Manila Bay, buildings, local population, street scenes, fellow soldiers; also scenes of Santa Cruz. Later 1911-1919 photos mainly of groups of friends, most apparently in Massachusetts. (Bernath Mss 163).
  • Ceylon Photograph Album, 1937. Album of Walter C. Hansell, 100+ b/w snapshots and some picture postcards, including ship-board views taken on the voyage from England, Gibraltar, Port Said, the Suez Canal, and Aden. Most photos are of Ceylon, around the Mount Lavinia Grand Hotel on the coast near Colombo, and around the hill country of Kandy, in the center of Sri Lanka. The Kandy photos include Sinhalese and Tamils in daily activities and work, gardens, temples, shrines, street scenes, markets, Afghan money lenders, Chinese silk merchant, sacred and working elephants, and lake and mountain scenes. (Bernath Mss 58).
  • Chamberlain, [J. L.?] [Civil War Union Colonel, 20th Maine Vols]. Photocopy of one letter (ALS) to Lieutenant George B. Herendeen. Field near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 6 July 1863. (Wyles SC 542).
  • Chamberlain, Joseph (1836-1914). One black and white portrait (mounted photograph of a painting), of the British politician and statesman, with autograph attached, n.d. (SC 723).
  • Chandler [Russell] Collection, ca. 1960s-1990. About 300 files with correspondence, articles, newsletters, press releases, clippings, research notes, photographs, drafts and copies of Chandler’s own articles, and related materials, ca. 1960s-1990, with the bulk from the 1970s and 1980s when Chandler was a religion writer for the Los Angeles Times. The files are arranged alphabetically and include a mix of topics, people, and religious groups. Included are files such as: Abortion, Black Muslims, Capital Punishment, Christians in Government, Deprogramming, Doomsday Groups, Eastern Mystery Religions, Evolution/Creation, Jerry Falwell, Louis Farrakhan, Science and Religion, Sports as Folk Religion, Tax Exemptions, and Terrorism. (ARC Mss 2).
  • Chang (Iris) Papers, 1923-2002 [bulk dates 1980-1995]. Research and other materials of the Chinese American author, whose works include Thread of the Silkworm and The Rape of Nanking. (CEMA 39).
  • Channel Counties Libertarian. Four issues of the Camarillo, California newsletter, 1978-1979. (SC 710).
  • [Channing, William Henry]. Eustis Family Papers. Primarily correspondence, including some from the Civil War era, 1835-1945. Includes letter (ALS) from American transcendentalist W[illiam] H[enry] Channing, then in Switzerland, to his uncle, Rev. Dr. [?] Channing of Boston, 1835. The Channing and Eustis families appear to be related, e.g. through Mary Channing Eustis Wister. (Wyles SC 584).
  • Chapin, Benjamin. One black and white 5" x 7 1/4" mounted print of Chapin as Abraham Lincoln in the play “In the White House,” [ca. 1906]. (Wyles SC 609).
  • Chapin, Katherine Garrison (1890-1977). One letter (ALS) from Santa Barbaran McKinley Helm to American poet Katherine Garrison Chapin, praising her poems. Santa Barbara, 7 March 1962. (SC 566).
  • Chapman (E. C.) Photograph Collection, ca. 1960s-1970s. 270+ black/white prints and color slides. Locations include: Bali, Burma, Cambodia (Angkor Wat) and Laos (Vientiene), Malaysia (mainly Malacca and Penang), Shanghai and surrounds, and Thailand (incl. South Thailand – Kra Isthmus). (Bernath Mss 224).
  • Chapman, John Jay (1862-1933). One letter (ALS) from American author John Jay Chapman to M. Jusserand re his war play. Tarrytown-on-Hudson, July 6, 1930. (SC 394).
  • Chase [Harold S.] Oral History, 1975. Interviews with others about Santa Barbara realtor, developer, and civic leader Chase, re his coming to Santa Barbara, Hope Ranch development, role in public affairs, including earthquake and depression relief, fundraising for Cottage Hospital, wildlife conservation, and family life. (OH 26).
  • Chase, James. Two documents (ADS), re petition of James Chase to King Charles II, for payment of money owed, 1673. (SC 51).
  • Chase, Mary Ellen (1887-1973). Four letters (ALS) American author Chase to Mrs. Roger Boutell, Jan-Mar., 1938. Laid in Chase’s Dawn in Lyonesse [Spec PS3505.H48 D3]. (SC 52).
  • Chase, Pearl. Carbon copy of a letter (TLS) from Pearl Chase to John A. Hussey, Historian, National Park Service, San Francisco, re birth of Isabel Larkin, believed to be first child born in California of American parents. Santa Barbara, September 1962. (SC 388).
  • [Chase, Pearl]. Collection of ten letters and documents removed from the Community Development and Conservation Collection [also known as the Pearl Chase Collection, SBHC Mss 1]. Includes items from [?] Bryce, Theodore E. Burton, R. Choute, Hamilton Fish, John Hay, Augustus Post, John Sherman, and Charles Sumner, ca. 1833-1918. (SC 741).
  • [Chase, Pearl]. Hoover, Herbert. One letter (TLS) from Herbert 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. (SC 614).
  • Chase [Pearl] Collection. See: Community Development and Conservation Collection (CDCC).
  • Chase [Pearl] Oral History, 1968-1974. Interviews with Pearl Chase about her life, Santa Barbara history in the early 20th century, and her longstanding involvement in community development efforts. Also, tapes of events involving and honoring her. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 115).
  • Chatelain, Henri Abraham. 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. (SC 1022).
  • Chattanooga and Lookout Mountain Scenery. One souvenir booklet with black and white illustrations. Chattanooga: T. H. Payne & Co, 1885. (Wyles SC 610).
  • Chaucer, Geoffrey (c.1343-1400). English poet. Holdings include an early edition of The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer (1721) [Spec PR1850 1721] and The Parlement of Foules (1904) [Printers Z239.R54 C55]. Facsimile editions of The Canterbury Tales reproducing the Caxton edition of 1484 (1972) [Spec PR1866.C38 1484a], the Kelmscott edition of 1896 (1958) [Spec PR1850 1896a and Printers Z239.2.M6 C52], and the Ellesmere edition (1995) [Printers PR1866.W66 1995 vault]; also facsimiles of The Story of Queen Anelida and the False Arcite (1905) [Printers Z241.C5], Troilus and Criseyde (1978) [Spec PR1895.A2 1978], and Poetical Works (1979) [Spec PR1852 1979b]. Fine press edition of Geoffrey Chaucer’s A.B.C. (1967) by Grabhorn-Hoyem [Printers Z239.G71 C43]; also fine press editions of The Canterbury Tales by Black Vine Press (1939) [Printers Z239.B348 V35 1939], the Limited Editions Club (1946) [Spec PR1870.A1 H5 1946b], Troubador Press (1961) [Printers Z239.T6922 K34 1961], the Folio Society (1974) [Spec PR1870.A1 C62 1974], Heritage Press (1974) [Spec PR1870.A1 H5 1974], and Plantin Press (1975) [Printers Z239.P53 C48 1975 vault].
  • [Chautauqua]. Hagie [C. Edwin] Photograph Album, ca. 1910-1912. 102 black and white snapshots, some with captions in English, most apparently in and around Richmond and Louisiana, Missouri. Includes street scenes and window display for Chautauqua (educational summer-camp movement), many images of young adults in groups, picnic and other social gatherings, rural scenes, horses and buggies, biplane, [college?] campus, buildings, basketball and track, boating, fishing, and skinny dipping. (Mss 280).
  • [Cheadle, Vernon]. UCSB, Office of the Chancellor, Chancellor’s Records, ca. 1904-2003 [bulk dates 1962-1977]. Files of UCSB chancellors and their predecessors, including Clarence L. Phelps, Clark Kuebler, Samuel Gould, Vernon Cheadle, Robert Huttenback, Daniel Aldrich, Barbara Uehling, and Henry Yang. Includes correspondence, memos, reports, speeches, subject files, and related materials. (UArch 17).
  • Cheadle [Vernon] Oral History, 1979, 1995-1996. Two separate sets of interviews with the UCSB Chancellor, the first with Cheadle in 1979, the second in 1995-1996 with Cheadle and other administrators such as Clark Kerr, and colleagues. History of Science Project. (OH 28).
  • Cheadle [Vernon] Papers, 1925-2000. Materials relating to Vernon Cheadle’s career as a professor of biology, including biographical information, correspondence, subject files, academic files (teaching, grants, articles, papers, and other publications), speeches, and research-related travel. Records of his tenure as chancellor of the University of California, Santa Barbara, 1962-1977, are in the UCSB, Office of Chancellor, Chancellor’s Records. (UArch FacP 22).
  • [Chemistry]. Heeger [Alan J.] Papers. Papers of Alan J. Heeger, UCSB professor of physics and recipient of the 2000 Nobel Prize in chemistry. Collection contents include manuscripts published, with accompanying correspondence; patent documentation; speeches and lectures; conference files; and teaching materials. (UArch FacP 39).
  • [Chemistry]. Kohn [Walter] Papers, ca. 1942-1998 [bulk dates 1960-1995]. UCSB professor of physics and recipient of the 1998 Nobel Prize in chemistry. Highlights of the collection include files from the 1950s relating to Kohn’s research into electron structure, correspondence and research from the 1980s on the development of a program to study the emerging field of quasicrystals, materials concerning Kohn’s involvement with various organizations devoted to peace and global conflict resolution, and materials relating to UCSB’s Institute for Theoretical Physics, of which Kohn was founding director. (UArch FacP 34).
  • Cheney-Minard Family Collection, ca. 1813-1894. Journals (handwritten and typed transcripts), biographical essay, legal documents, correspondence (originals and some typed transcripts), poetry, daguerreotypes, artifact ("Mimi ball, Gettysburg"), and miscellany, mostly relating to Clara Jane (Cheney) Minard. (Wyles Mss 8).
  • Chesbro, Patricia. Manuscripts and leaflets, 1975-1987. (HPA SC 23).
  • de Chetelat (Enzo) Papers, ca. 1901-1980s [bulk dates 1920s-1960s]. Autobiography, correspondence, documents, maps, reports, black/white photographs and photograph albums, several thousand color slides, and artifacts of a Swiss-born mining geologist who visited or worked in many countries from the 1920s to the 1970s, including Albania, Algeria, Bali, Belgian Congo, Brazil, British Honduras, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Ceylon, Czechoslovakia, Dahomey, France, French Guinea, French Guyana, French Polynesia, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Laos, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Macau, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mali, Martinique, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Niger, Nigeria, Paracel Islands, Peru, Samoa, Senegal, Singapore, Somalia, Sumatra, Syria, Thailand, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, Upper Volta, Vietnam, and Yugoslavia. (Bernath Mss 316).
  • Chiapas, Mexico Photograph Album, ca. late 1920s. 50 photographic postcards, with captions. Includes images of local men, women, and children, buildings, parks, railroad, airfield, panoramic views, and street scenes of Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapa de Corzo, Tonalá, Comitán de Domínguez, Tapachula, Arriaga, and surrounding areas. (Bernath Mss 171).
  • Chicagoland Psychic Archives, 1964-1985. A project started in the fall of 1975 at Dr. J. Gordon Melton’s Institute for the Study of American Religions to gather materials relating to the large Chicago area community engaged in the study and practice of paranormal phenomena, including psychics, astrologers, readers, mediums, graphologists, ghosthunters, and devotees of the occult, nonconventional healing, UFOs, and parapsychology. The files contain newsletters, flyers and posters, newspaper articles, business cards, correspondence, promotional materials, and other relevant items. (ARC Mss 9).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Numerous collections in the California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives. For the latest information about holdings, see: our List of Guides.
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Acosta (Oscar Zeta) Papers, 1936-1990. Personal and biographical information, correspondence, photographs, political and legal activity files, writings (reviews, articles and newsclippings) of the activist, attorney, and author of The Autobiography of a Brown Buffalo and The Revolt of the Cockroach People. Some materials post-date Acosta’s mysterious 1974 disappearance in Mexico. (CEMA 1).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Alarcon (Norma) Papers. (CEMA 110).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Alicia (Juana) Collected Works Digitized Art Collection, 1983-2006. The collection presently consists of one series, Series I Artwork, made up of digitized images of 137 works of art spanning the years from 1983 through 2006. (CEMA 106).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Almaraz (Carlos) and Los Four Ephemera Collection. (CEMA 111).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Alurista [Alberto Urista] Papers, 1954-2010. Scripts, correspondence, photographs, autographed books and ephemera of the Chicano artist and poet, one of the leading literary figures of the Chicano Movement era, who helped to establish The Centro Cultural de la Raza in San Diego. (CEMA 21).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Aztlán Collection, 1970-1988pdf icon. Video archives on the Chicano Movement. (CEMA 63).
  • [Chicano/Chicana].Califas: Chicano Art and Culture in California pdf icon. Video archives, with interviews of individuals such as Ralph Maradiaga, Victor Ochoa, Ernesto Palomino, Patricia Rodriguez, and Luis Valdez; festivals, performances, and other events; and Califas conferences. (CEMA 104).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Camplís (Francisco) Papers, 1967-2000 pdf icon. Mainly files pertaining to professional activities, and photographs, of the Chicano artist, photographer, and filmmaker. (CEMA 47).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Carrillo (Sean) Collection, ca. 1990s. Materials relating to the Chicano musician. (CEMA 85).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Centro Cultural de La Raza Archives, 1970-1999. Slides and other materials relating to the San Diego artists’ collective, co-founded in 1970 by Chicano poet Alurista and artist Victor Ochoa. Known as a center of indigenismo (indigenism) during the Aztlán phase of Chicano art in the early 1970s. (CEMA 12).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Chicano Art Movement Collection, 1970-2001 pdf icon. Articles and other materials, from various sources, relating to California-based Chicano artists and visual arts centers, including Guillermo Gomez Peña, Ester Hernández Yolanda López, and the art group Mujeres Muralistas. (CEMA 37).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Chicano Tattoo Body Art Collection, ca. 1970s pdf icon. Small collection of 71 slides of unknown provenance that suggest a possible ethnocentric study on gang life in San Gabriel Valley, California. Included in the slides are images of tattoos and tattooing, as well as images of picnics, confrontations with police, graffiti, and group shots. Also included is an article from the San Diego Union-Tribune on the meaning of tattoos and tattooing. (CEMA 98).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Colacion (Lawrence) Papers. Graphic artwork and related materials of the Chicano graphic artist Lawrence “El” Colacion. (CEMA 94).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Comisión Feminil Mexicana Nacional (CFMN) Archives, 1967-1997 [bulk dates 1970-1990]. Files of the CFMN, a national organization of women, founded in 1970 to enhance and promote the image of Chicana/Latina women in all levels of society. Today there are local chapters that are active, but the national organization is defunct. (CEMA 30).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Corona [Bert] Oral History Collection, 1937-1995 pdf icon. Interviews by UCSB faculty member Mario T. Garcia with Bert and Blanche Corona, resulting in an autobiography of the Mexican American labor organizer and political activist. Also, related materials such as photographs. (CEMA 51).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Corpi [Lucha] Papers, 1958-2000. Biographical/personal files, literary work, and photographs of the celebrated Chicana author. (CEMA 26).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Cruz [Ricardo] / Catolicos por la Raza Papers, 1967-1993 pdf icon. Correspondence, legal documents, transcripts, photographs, news clippings and ephemera of Cruz, a Chicano rights attorney during the Chicano Movement era and advocate for Latino poor people of the Los Angeles area. Founder of the controversial Católicos por la Raza, which demonstrated against the Catholic Church for its neglect of the Latino community. Also known for his successful legal battle against Los Angeles County’s forced sterilization of undocumented workers. (CEMA 28).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. De la Garza Collection on the Latino Museum of History of Art and Culture. (CEMA 52).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Dos Décadas de Artistas Chicanas Exhibition Collection. Created from internal CEMA files about Dos Decadas de Artistas Chicanas (1972-1990): Envisioning and Transforming Culture, an exhibition co-sponsored by CEMA and held in the UCSB Women’s Center Gallery. Ester Hernandez and Yreina Cervantez, two of the artists represented in the exhibit, were the guest speakers. The collection consists of audiocassettes and transcriptions of the opening remarks and the artists’ slide lectures, as well as event publicity (handbill, press release and news articles). (CEMA 017).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Duardo (Richard) Collection of Silkscreen Prints, 1976-1986  pdf icon. Materials of the Chicano graphic artist. (CEMA 65).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Duke Dos Santos [Maria] Papers. Correspondence, photographs, and ephemera from one of the earliest scholars in the field of Chicano literature, documenting her close relationship to renowned Chicano writers over three decades. The main subjects of the collection are writers Rolando Hinojosa, Tomas Rivera (former Chancellor UC Riverside), and Sabine Ulibarri. (CEMA 105).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Galería de la Raza (GDLR) Archives, ca. 1966-1999. Administrative records, programs, subject files, correspondence, clippings, slides, photographs, serigraphs, posters, silkscreen prints, ephemera and other creative materials documenting activities of the San Francisco Bay Area Chicano cultural arts center. Includes work by many of the prominent Chicano(a)/Latino(a) artists, such as Juana Alicia, Rodolfo (Rudy) Cuellar, Alfredo De Batuc, Ricardo Favela, Gilbert Luján (Magu), Ralph Maradiaga, Juanishi Orosco, Irene Pérez, Patricia Rodríguez, and René Yañez. (CEMA 4).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Galería Las Americas Archives, ca. 1989-1999. Press and exhibition files, artist portfolios, correspondence, photographs and slides of the gallery founded by Chicana artist Linda Vallejo in 1989. Includes material relating to artists such as David Botello, Nik Fernández, Wayne Healy, Mario G. López, Isabel Martinez, Tony Ortega, Rodrigo Palacios, Sara Palacios, Daniel Salazar, Teddy Sandoval, Rudy Torres, Linda Vallejo, and René Vásquez. (CEMA 27).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. García [Adelina] Collection. Sheet music, programs and playbills, publicity, performance and social photographs, photo postcards, news clippings, some correspondence, and magazines containing articles about García, renowned singer of the golden era of the Mexican romantic bolero. (CEMA 23).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Garcia [Josė Joel] Collection. (CEMA 73).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Garcia [Mario] Oral History, ca. 1990. Interviews re Garcia’s academic career, from his undergraduate and graduate studies, including his doctoral work at UCSD and anti-war activities, as well as the development of the Chicano Studies Department at UCSB. (OH 39).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Garcia (Rupert and Sammi Madison) Collection. Personal collection of an Oakland-based artist, comprised of 562 vintage silkscreen prints and posters by predominantly Chicano, Black, and Asian American artists. (CEMA 101).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Gonzalez (Luis C.) Papers. Works of art on paper by the Sacramento, California based Chicano artist, also known as Louie-the-foot). (CEMA 74).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Gonzalez (Maya) Papers. Slides of art work and biographical ephemera of acclaimed San Francisco-based Chicana painter and children’s book illustrator. (CEMA 103).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Guerrero [Dan] Collection on Latino Entertainment and the Arts. Materials relating to and collected by Dan Guerrero, Chicano producer, actor, and writer. (CEMA 78).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Guerrero [Lalo] Collection. Photographs, videos, correspondence, phonograph records, audio-cassettes and scrapbooks of singer, musician, and composer Guerrero, known as the “Father of Chicano Music.” (CEMA 24).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Guerrero [Mark] Collection. Materials relating to Chicano musician Mark Guerrero. (CEMA 86).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Limon (Leo) Papers, 1975-2008 [bulk dates 1997-2008]. Small collection of silkscreen prints, photographs, ephemera and some correspondence from Limon, a popular, veteran Chicano art movement artist with close ties to the Chicano cultural arts centers Self-Help Graphics & Art and the defunct Mechicano Art Center. (CEMA 95).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Lopez (Yolanda) Papers, 1961-1998. Personal and professional materials generated by Chicana artist Lopez, the bulk consisting of incoming personal correspondence from family members (esp. Analee Lively, Lopez’s half-sister) and fellow artists such as Rene Yañez, with whom Lopez has maintained a relationship since the late 1970s. Also, biographical and professional materials, with clippings of media mentions, announcement cards and posters for her exhibits and lectures, and various miscellaneous files and clippings that relate to her work; several original silkscreens and offset posters, a number of slides, a personal diary with irregular entries spanning from 1976-1979, and two video cassettes featuring Lopez. (CEMA 11).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. M. (Rosa) Papers, 1986-2002 pdf icon. Correspondence, photographs, artistic works, and other materials of the Chicana artist and muralist. (CEMA 22).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Maradiaga [Ralph] Collection. (CEMA 35).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. MEChA Collection. Materials relating to El Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (MEChA), Chicano student movement of Aztlán. (CEMA 36).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Mendez [Miguel] Papers. Original literary manuscripts and essays, correspondence files, photographs, an unpublished novel, ephemera, audio-tapes, and files related to the literary magazine he directed at Pima College, of Mendez, one of the leading writers in the field of Chicano literature. (Mss 239).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Miranda [Marcy] Collection. Recordings and transcripts of oral history interviews with the past presidents of the Comision Femenil Mexicana Nacional. (CEMA 53).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Montoya (José) Papers, 1969-2001. Art work, poems, manuscripts and publications of Chicano artist, poet and political activist Montoya, who co-founded the Royal Chicano Air Force. (CEMA 20).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Ochoa (Victor) Collection, 1962-2000. Art files, exhibition files, ephemera, posters and prints and other printed matter, photographs and slides, correspondence files, and recordings of the Chicano painter/muralist long considered to be one of the pioneers of San Diego’s Chicano art movement and co-founder of the Centro Cultural de la Raza in Balboa Park, a multidisciplinary community-based arts center devoted to producing and preserving Indian, Mexican, and Chicano art and culture. (CEMA 66).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Ornelas [Carlos] Papers. Materials relating to the Chicano activist/educator. (CEMA 84).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Orquesta [Medellin] Collection, ca. 1928-1950. Photograph album of a Los Angeles based musical "conjunto" and family photos of the group’s female lead. (CEMA 45).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Prigoff (James) Slide Collection, 1975-2003. 429 slides, overwhelmingly of mural art and of spray can art, visually documenting important aspects of the Chicano art movement in California, in particular in the San Diego and Tijuana area. (CEMA 102).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Rodríguez (Patricia) Collection. Materials of the Chicana artist and muralist. (CEMA 67).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Rojo [Charles] Papers. Materials relating to the Chicano musician. (CEMA 91).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Royal Chicano Air Force Archives, 1973-1988. Extensive collection of slides and silkscreen prints, along with administrative records, news clippings, correspondence, exhibition descriptions and flyers, photographs, creative writings, and miscellaneous publications of the Sacramento-based artists collective. Founding members of the RCAF include José Montoya, Esteban Villa, Juanishi V. Orosco, Ricardo Favela, and Rudy Cuellar. (CEMA 8).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Self-Help Graphics and Art Archives, ca. 1960-1992. Extensive collection of silk screen prints and slides, as well as organizational records, photographs, and ephemera of the Los Angeles cultural arts center and studio. Founded in the early 1970s, during the height of the Chicano Civil Rights movement, by Mexican artists, Carlos Bueno and Antonio Ibañez, and several Chicano artists, including Frank Hernandez and Sister Karen Boccalero. (CEMA 3).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Silva (Simon) Papers. Personal papers, including artwork and professional files, of the Latino artist. (CEMA 68).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Suman (Alvaro) Papers. Materials of a longtime Santa Barbara Chicano resident, painter, sculptor, and ceramicist. (CEMA 90).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. El Teatro Campesino Archives, 1964-1988 pdf icon. Scripts, photographs, posters, printed materials, audio and videotapes, and other materials, constituting the largest archival collection on Chicano theater. Includes biographical/historical information pertaining to playwright and director Luis Valdez, theater company players, and interactions with many important cultural, political, literary, and artistic individuals since its founding in 1965. Documents the development of Teatro, from the early farm workers’ strike years in 1965 through 1967, establishment of the San Juan Bautista center, and commercial theater and film productions from 1977 to 1988. (CEMA 5).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Templeton (Rini) Collection, 1970-1999. Materials of the Chicana artist, sculptor, and political activist. (CEMA 69).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Torero (Mario) Collection. Materials of the San Diego artist, political activist, and teacher, also known as co-founder of several local cultural organizations, including the Centro Cultural de la Raza, the Chicano Park Murals Outdoor Museum, and the San Diego/Tijuana artists’ group United By Art (UBA). (CEMA 44).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Torres (Salvador Roberto) Papers, 1934-2002 [bulk dates 1962-2002]. Personal and biographical information, files relating to professional activities and teaching, and correspondence of the Mexican-American artist, mural painter, and activist, best known for his work in creating San Diego’s Chicano Park, which includes the largest collection of Chicano murals in the world, and as a founder of the Centro Cultural de la Raza and Las Toltecas en Aztlán, a Chicano artists group. (CEMA 38).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Tosti [Don] Papers. Materials from the Mexican American musician (Edmundo Martínez Tostado) known as the "Godfather of Latino rhythm and blues," who played in jazz and dance bands of Jack Teagarden, Les Brown and Jimmy Dorsey, and who was Hoagie Carmichael’s arrangements ghost writer for the last 13 years of his life. (CEMA 88).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. UCSB, Center for Chicano Studies Records, ca. 1963-2002 [bulk dates 1969-1984]. Includes administrative files, correspondence, and files on research and projects, programs, conferences and events. (UArch 25).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. UCSB, El Centro Collection, 1975-1990. Collection contains documents relating to the Chicano Studies movement on campus, including correspondence with the administration on concerns, reports on progress of various units of El Centro, and space relocation. (UArch 71).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. UCSB, Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies Records, ca. 1970-2003. Contain files relating to the history and development of the department, including administrative and subject files, course syllabi, department brochures, programs, and reviews. (UArch 15).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. UCSB, Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) Records, 1967-2005. Comprised of correspondence, reports, clippings, administrative and subject files, and other documents relating to the program. Includes materials on student affirmative action and the 1989 hunger strike. (UArch 20).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. UCSB, Ethnic Studies Protest Collection, 1989-1995. This collection contains information about the 1989 and 1994 hunger strikes at UCSB that led, among other results, to the ethnic and gender studies undergraduate requirements and the eventual Ph.D. program in Chicana/o Studies. (CEMA 93).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. UCSB, Student Organizations Collection, ca. 1935-2001 [bulk dates 1960s-1980s]. The collection contains mainly flyers and posters for events, issues of interest, meetings, etc. for student organizations, clubs, and groups. Includes files on ethnic, GLBT, women’s, political & protest, religious & spiritual groups. Some files on Isla Vista, including student services, events, and groups not directly affiliated with the university but formed by students, are included, as well as files on student protests, including the bank burning and Vietnam War. (UArch 101).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Valdez [Luís] Papers. Materials of the Chicano playwright, filmmaker, and founder of El Teatro Campesino. (CEMA 71).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Vallejo (Linda) Papers, 1975-2001. Photographs, slides, posters, correspondence, publications and ephemera of the Chicana painter, sculptor, printmaker, and founder of Galeria Las Americas. (CEMA 76).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Vasquez (Emigdio) Papers. Slides of Vasquez’ work, together with photographs, silk screen prints, videos, interviews, correspondence, project files, and mural renderings of the Orange, California based Chicano painter and muralist. One of the pioneering artists of the Chicano Art Movement, Vasquez is known for his contemporary realism, capturing the lives of the working class in the Chicano community. (CEMA 43).
  • [Chicano/Chicana]. Villa (Esteban) Papers, 1974-2002. Original sketches, correspondence, exhibition announcements, collected writings, and research files of the Sacramento Chicano artist and muralist, and one of the founding members of the Royal Chicano Air Force, an artists’ cultural collective. (CEMA 50).
  • Chicano Art Movement Collection, 1970-2001 pdf icon. Articles and other materials, from various sources, relating to California-based Chicano artists and visual arts centers, including Guillermo Gomez Peña, Ester Hernández Yolanda López, and the art group Mujeres Muralistas. (CEMA 37).
  • Chick Publications Collection, ca. 1970s-1990s. 40+ small illustrated pamphlets by Jack T. Chick, with titles such as “Creator or Liar?” “The Passover Plot?” “This Was Your Life,” and Is There Another Christ?” (ARC Mss 42).
  • Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park Photographs Collection, ca. 1890s. 24 mounted b/w photographs of Civil War sites such as Missionary Ridge, showing the locations where Louisiana troops fought. Issued by the Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Commission, Louisiana Committee, with printed descriptions on the back of each. (Wyles Mss 58).
  • Children of God Collection, 1970s. More than 100 pamphlets, flyers, and other printed pieces mainly by Moses David, with titles such as “Gaddafi! Earth’s Last Pharaoh?” “How to Survive War,” and “Exorcism,” and “Revolutionary Sex.” Also copies of Mo letters, as well as articles, reports, and other material about the Children of God. (ARC Mss 41).
  • [Chile]. Curletti Family Collection, ca. 1869-1969. Scrapbook, mostly photos from Peru, and family correspondence, telegrams, and biographical notes, mainly relating to Lauro Curletti. Also, letterbook of José / Giuseppe Curletti, 1869-1870, written in Spanish and Italian, with letters from South American cities like Lima and Santiago. (Mss 172).
  • [Chile]. Eagleton (George D.) Stereoview Collection, ca. 1860s-2004. The collection contains ca. 6708 stereoviews, 179 other photographic images (most photo postcards), one videotape about stereoviews, 11 stereoviewers, and related books and issues of Stereo World, assembled by George D. Eagleton. The stereoviews, some exceedingly rare, include images from many parts of the U.S, and other countries. They cover subjects such as children, the Civil War, farming, Indians [Native Americans], logging, mining, planes, presidents, Russo-Japanese War, ships, Spanish American War, Trains, and World War I. Most of the stereoviews in the collection were produced in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the Keystone View Company and Underwood and Underwood (which sold the work of a number of photographers). Numerous other companies also are represented. The cards were intended to be viewed through equipment such as stereopticans, which produced a three-dimensional effect. (Mss 255).
  • [Chile]. Keller Latin America Diary, 1895. Manuscript pocket diary of U.S.citizen [?] Keller, traveling by steamship, with numerous stops at ports from Valparaiso, Chile, to Panama and Colon, recording impressions of shipboard life, fellow passengers, sights and customs observed along the way, sometimes interspersed with prejudicial comments. (SC 852).
  • [Chile]. Misener (Ray Hammond and Grace) Peru Photograph Albums, 1932-1940. Two albums with more than 200 black and white snapshots, many with captions in English, most in and around Casapalca (known for its silver and zinc mines) where Ray apparently worked for a mining concern. Includes many images of family, friends, and colleagues mostly engaged in social activities, Casapalca population, street scenes, and views, llamas, San Juan mine camp, other areas including Tarma, San Ramon, Rio Blanco, San Mateo, Huanaco, and Ayachucho; also biplanes (1932 – Condor Peruana de Aviacion SA), trips to Machu Picchu, Cuzco (town and Quichua Indians), Lake Titicaca, Braden Copper Mine (Sewell, Chile), Mina Sol de Oro (Nazca, Peru), Lomas (beach and shoreline), 1938 Lima earthquake, and trip home on Japanese boat Heiyo Maru in Nov. 1940. (Bernath Mss 362).
  • [Chile]. South America Photograph Album, 1914. 250+ b/w photos, with captions in English, mainly Bolivia, Chile, and Peru, also a few of Panama and Havana. (Bernath Mss 235).
  • [Chile]. South America Photograph Album, 1926. 209 black and white photographs, captions in English, by unknown individual touring several South American countries. Many images of local residents, street scenes, buildings (cathedrals, residences), markets, and day to day activities, starting in Valparaiso (Chile), La Paz (Bolivia), Lake Titicaca, Cuzco (Peru - Inca palace and stone construction), Arequipa (Peru), Quayaquil and Quito (Ecuador), Panama City, and Jamaica, apparently enroute home to New York on the S.S. Pastores. (Bernath Mss 364).
  • Chile and St. Vincent (Cape Verde Islands) Photograph Album, ca. 1895. (Bernath Mss 181).
  • Chile Picture Postcard Album, ca. 1920s. 16 color picture postcards with images of public buildings, parks, street scenes, and panoramas. (SC 1075).
  • Chin (Frank) Papers, 1940-2001. Chinese American playwright, author. (Wyles Mss 103).
  • [China]. Anderson (C. R. W.) India / China Photograph Album, ca. 1904. One photograph album with 46 black and white photographs, no captions, compiled a C. R. W. Anderson, probably British, ca. 1904. Includes images of ocean-going commercial and military vessels, also others that are similar to dhows; India scenes (streets, buildings, cattle and carts, local population, bridge, cathedral, Europeans on horseback with hunting hounds; also Darjeeling scenes, with police station and local population); China scenes (port with cargo, ships, and groups of people, and a building with a sign identifying it as The Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation, established in Hong Kong and Shanghai in 1865 and later with branches in Asia and throughout the world). (Bernath Mss 241).
  • [China]. ATO Photographic Association - China Photograph Albums, ca. 1920s. Two albums, with photos of Shantung, Tibetans of Yunnan and Suiyan, Chientao, Pinkiang, S. Manchuria, Mongolia, Harbin, S. China, Shanghai, Weihaiwei, and others. (Bernath Mss 80).
  • [China]. Bell, H[enry] H. One letter (ALS) from Rear Admiral Bell, Commanding the U.S. Asiatic Squadron, to his second in command, Commander J[ohn] C[arson] Febiger on the USS Ashuelet, re suppressing piracy and preventing American citizens from engaging in the coolie trade. U. S. Flag Ship Hartford, Amoy, China, 4 Apr. 1867. (Wyles SC 24).
  • [China]. Canton Sketches, 1850-1852. (Wyles SC 971).
  • [China]. Chang (Iris) Papers, 1923-2002 [bulk dates 1980-1995]. Research and other materials of the Chinese American author, whose works include Thread of the Silkworm and The Rape of Nanking. (CEMA 39).
  • [China]. Chapman (E. C.) Photograph Collection, ca. 1960s-1970s. 270+ black/white prints and color slides. Locations include: Bali, Burma, Cambodia (Angkor Wat) and Laos (Vientiene), Malaysia (mainly Malacca and Penang), Shanghai and surrounds, and Thailand (incl. South Thailand – Kra Isthmus). (Bernath Mss 224).
  • [China]. Davys [Marjorie] Letters, 1932-1938. Letters from a lay teacher at St. Faiths, an Anglican school in Peking, mainly to her sister about life in China during the time when Japan was invading. (Bernath Mss 104).
  • [China]. Eagleton (George D.) Stereoview Collection, ca. 1860s-2004. The collection contains ca. 6708 stereoviews, 179 other photographic images (most photo postcards), one videotape about stereoviews, 11 stereoviewers, and related books and issues of Stereo World, assembled by George D. Eagleton. The stereoviews, some exceedingly rare, include images from many parts of the U.S, and other countries. They cover subjects such as children, the Civil War, farming, Indians [Native Americans], logging, mining, planes, presidents, Russo-Japanese War, ships, Spanish American War, Trains, and World War I. Most of the stereoviews in the collection were produced in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the Keystone View Company and Underwood and Underwood (which sold the work of a number of photographers). Numerous other companies also are represented. The cards were intended to be viewed through equipment such as stereopticans, which produced a three-dimensional effect. (Mss 255).
  • [China]. East Asia Photograph Collection, ca. 1910-1920s. 40 black/white photos of Japan, China, Hong Kong, and Macao. Most appear to be of Japan and China, many of scenery, shrines, and buildings, but a number of people as well, including some children. About half have captions. Includes hand-tinted photos and picture postcards, a few of which have been addressed to Santa Barbara residents. (Wyles SC 953).
  • [China]. Franck [Harry Alverson] Latin America / China Travel Collection, ca. 1911-1923. (Wyles SC 975).
  • [China]. French Motor Expedition to China, Tibet, and Mongolia Photograph Album, ca. 1914-1916. (Bernath Mss 81).
  • [China]. Goodwin [Albert?] Maritime Journal and Poetry Anthology, 1847-1851. Includes entries for voyage from China to NYC in 1851. (SC 895).
  • [China]. Hainan Photograph Album, ca. 1911. (Wyles Mss 115).
  • [China]. Herrington [R. G.] China Notebook, 1934. 40 black and white photos, in school notebook, apparently compiled by R. G. Herrington in 1934, with handwritten captions, mainly of Japanese bombardment and attacks on Shanghai, as well as earlier images of Chinese pirates being executed. (Wyles SC 1043).
  • [China]. Hodous [Lewis] / China Photograph Album, ca. 1904-1911. (Bernath Mss 244).
  • [China]. Holcombe [Chester] China Correspondence, 1867-1868, 1888. (SC 900).
  • [China]. Howland Family Collection, ca. 1865-1940s. Correspondence, documents, account books of William O. Howland, U.S. Vice Consul in Hankow, China in the 1870s. Also, correspondence to Gerald Shepard Howland, of Seaver-Howland Press, re its publication of “Have Faith in Coolidge,” 1923-1924, and other correspondence, lists, and documents of the Howland family of Massachusetts, mainly regarding books and fine binding done by L. Averill Cole Howland (Mrs. Gerald S. Howland). By the late 1940s, Gerald and Averill Howland resided in Santa Barbara, California. (Bernath Mss 11).
  • [China]. Japan and China Photograph Album, 1938-1939. (Bernath Mss 195).
  • [China]. Japan and China Picture Postcard Album, ca. 1910s. (Bernath Mss 309).
  • [China]. Japanese Soldiers in China, ca. 1930s. Eight black and white negatives. (SC 1077).
  • [China]. Kelley [John A. L.] China Oil Photograph Collection, [1913-1914]. (Bernath Mss 367).
  • [China]. Kita Shina Fūbutsu Shashin Gashū: Photo Album of Things Seen in Northern China, Tibet and Manchuria, ca. 1925-1926. (Bernath Mss 78).
  • [China]. Lombard [Father Linus] China Photograph Albums, 1931-1932. 2 albums, mainly Hankow, China. (Bernath Mss 194).
  • [China]. Lowrie [Amelia P] China Correspondence, 1852-1856. Eleven letters from American Presbyterian missionary Lowrie, from Canton and Shanghai, China, to Anna Dickenson, New York City. (Wyles SC 993).
  • [China]. Myers [Myrl Scott] China Photograph Album, ca. 1905-1952 [bulk dates ca. 1910s-1930s]. (Wyles Mss 114).
  • [China]. Mongolia – China – Manchuria Photograph Album, ca. 1920s-1930s. 135 black and white photographs, printed and numbered captions in English. Locations include Mongolia (wrestling, festival, musical instruments, holiday costume, pilgrims in temple yard, view of Linsi, desert, oasis, and settlements, Buddhist temples and priests,); China (Chenhsiangtun, River Taitzu, Mancu quarter of Shahochen [Antung], rural scenes, Motienling Pass [east of Lienshankwan], Hsiho Valley, Tangshancheng villagers and street scenes, railway town of Ssupingkai, lookout station and bean production at Taolu in Hsifeng Prefecture, Kungchuling countryside, street scenes, Yunnan Province inhabitants, occupations, bridges, Mt. Chitsu, Burmese Road, town of Shangkwan, Kiangsi Province pottery and rice shops; Shantung Province: town of Mouping, Yangmatao Island, Shihtao, Penglaiko, Ungchengwan fishing villages, Chefoo City; Tsinan: city view, railroad bridge, prison; Shantung Province: monuments, Mount Taishan, coal mining, towns, street scenes; Chientao: Japanese and Korean quarters, Toutaokou; Kirin logging industry, rivers, boats, animal transport); and Manchuria (whale fishing and islands in Elliot Group off Manchuria; Liaosi District police and armed hunghudze bandits; northern Manchuria ferry and snow spade production). (Bernath Mss 335).
  • [China]. Noyes-Wallace Family Collection, ca. 1850s-early 1900s. Documents and correspondence concerning Henry Erastus Noyes, George W. Wallace, and George W. Wallace, Jr., all soldiers in the U.S. Army. Also includes Noyes’ 1861 photo album and other material relating to West Point, his 107 pp. typescript "The Story of My Life," photographs and two holographic maps. Papers concern the Civil War, the Indian campaigns, the Boxer Rebellion, and the Philippine Insurrection. Noyes was a Congressional Medal of Honor winner. Includes commissions signed by Presidents Tyler, Fillmore, Lincoln, Grant, Hayes, McKinley, Roosevelt, and Taft. (Wyles Mss 10).
  • [China]. Rice [John A.] Asia Photograph Album, ca. 1927-1961 [bulk date 1932]. 117 black/white photos, with handwritten captions at end of album, of the travels of American seaman John A. Rice. Includes images of Japan, China (Shanghai), Hong Kong, and Philippines, most apparently ca. 1932. (Bernath Mss 337).
  • [China]. Sanders [James] China and Philippines Photograph Album, ca. 1920s. (Bernath Mss 264).
  • [China]. Schott [Valerian] China Photograph Album, 1941. (Bernath Mss 329).
  • [China]. Selfridge / China Photograph Albums, ca. 1890s-1900. Two photograph albums of scenes in China, including Shanghai, Peking, and Tientsin [Tianjin], apparently from the period preceding and during the Boxer Rebellion. Includes snapshots and picture postcards. (Wyles Mss 56).
  • [China]. Shanghai, China Photograph Collection, ca. 1948-1949. 182 b/w snapshots, mainly Shanghai, taken by an American serving in the U.S. Navy. (SC 896).
  • [China]. Shanghai Photograph Album, ca. 1920s. (Bernath Mss 113).
  • [China]. Shanghai Steam Navigation Co. Photograph Album, ca. 1860s-1875. 125 cartes-de-visite (cdv) and 6 cabinet size cards, including a signed and dated cdv of Rutherford B. Hayes. Mainly images of employees, their wives and children, and people associated with the company, a leader in the American China trade and major importer of opium into China. By 1874 Shanghai Steam Navigation Co. had 17 steamships, the largest fleet in Shanghai, but was sold in 1877m after which the American share of Chinese shipping dropped dramatically. (Bernath Mss 47).
  • [China]. Southern Baptist Missionary at Yingtak [China] Photograph Collection, ca. 1910. 44 black and white photos, captions in English on reverse, perhaps taken by a Rev. or Mrs. Saunders, who seemingly were Southern Baptist missionaries in South China, teaching at a school of academy in Yingtak (Kwangtung Province). Includes images of the school, schoolchildren, missionary families, local scenery, buildings, street scenes, local men, women and children in everyday activities, homes, agricultural activities, temples, rivers and boats. (SC 944).
  • [China]. Thomas [John Wesley] / China Relief Expedition Photograph Collection, 1900-1901. Mainly images of Peking and the Boxer Rebellion, apparently from a soldier with the U. S. Army, 9th Infantry. (Wyles Mss 60).
  • [China]. Thomson [C. R.] Japan and China Photograph Albums, 1917. (Wyles Mss 108).
  • [China]. Tientsin and Nanking, China Photograph Album, 1935-1937. (Bernath Mss 245).
  • [China]. Vargo [Joseph P.] China Photograph Album, ca. 1910s-1920s (Bernath Mss 288).
  • [China]. William [Maurice] - Sun Yat-Sen Collection, ca. 1931-1939. Eight articles, pamphlets, memorial service program, and other material related to Maurice William’s work and influence on Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, "Father of the Chinese Republic." Laid in William’s Sun Yat-Sen (1932). (SC 343).
  • [China]. Williams [Arthur] Peking, China Photograph Album, ca. 1900-1905. (Bernath Mss 212).
  • [China]. World Tour Photograph Album, 1907-1908. 458 b/w snapshots of a world tour by an unknown American woman with images from Gibraltar, Spain, France, Egypt, Ceylon, India, Burma, Java, Singapore, Philippines, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Hawaii, and San Francisco Bay. Includes many images of street scenes, waterfronts, palaces, temples, and other buildings, processions and festivals, American missions, and local inhabitants (many of women and children). (Bernath Mss 79).
  • [China]. Yun-nan [Yunan, China] Expedition Collection, ca. 1900. (Bernath Mss 236).
  • China and Hong Kong Photograph Album, ca. 1921-1922. (Bernath Mss 308).
  • China and Japan Photograph Album, 1907. (Bernath Mss 357).
  • China and Japan Photograph Album, 1927. 396 black/white snapshots, captions in English, of the voyage out, including Cape St. Vincent, Gibraltar, Marseilles, Port Said, Indian Ocean, Colombo, Sumatra, Penang, Singapore, and Hong Kong. China images include Shanghai (Bund, street scenes, funeral, boats and river), Tientsin (border regiment, Japanese warships). Japanese images include Kobe (harbor, street scenes), Noda (storage tanks), Saitozaki, Daisanji, and Nunobiki. Numerous photos of local inhabitants, as well as British acquaintances. (Bernath Mss 305).
  • China and Mongolia Photograph Album, ca. 1920s. Photograph album containing 34 black and white small format photographs and one pencil drawing. Locale appears to be northern China and Mongolia. Chinese are in Qing period attire. Scenes of city gates and walls, ships at port or river banks, camels and Chow Chow dogs. One photo of two westerners, one of whom may be subject of pencil drawing. (SC 1043).
  • China Missionary’s Diary, 1920. (Wyles SC 1034).
  • China Photograph Album. ca. 1906. 13 b/w mounted photographs, mainly of Han-Keou (Han-kow), China, most with extensive captions in French, including street scenes and buildings in Han-Keou, a pagoda, the Russian Orthodox Church, towers for raising irrigation water, shots of a sash vendor, a group of coolies, people unloading charcoal, the Han-Keou prefecture de police, and a man in a wooden cage condemned to die from hunger. (Bernath Mss 65).
  • China Photograph Album, ca. 1906-1907. (Bernath Mss 204).
  • China Photograph Album, ca. 1910-1920. 25 black/white photos, captions in English, of lakes, rivers, boats, tea houses, pagodas, and streets scenes with local inhabitants. Locations include Mootoo, Soochow, Tahu Lake, Hangchow, Shanghai, Ningpo, and Nanziang. (Bernath Mss 304).
  • China Photograph Album, ca. 1911. (SC 1014).
  • China Photograph Album, ca. 1920s-1930s. (Bernath Mss 165).
  • China Photograph Albums, ca, 1900-1905. (Bernath Mss 160).
  • China Photograph Albums, early 1900s. (Bernath Mss 356).
  • China Photograph Albums, ca. 1905-1907. Three photograph albums with 224 b/w photographs, many snapshots taken by German soldier(s) stationed in China, including areas such as Tsingtau. Includes images of individual soldiers and groups, troops on the march, boats, harbors, coast, laying of [electrical?] line, street scenes, portraits of Chinese, buildings, and monuments. (Bernath Mss 99).
  • China Photographs, [ca. 1901-1910]. 14 b/w photographs of scenes of various locales in turn of the century China. Some handwritten captions, in English, on back of photos. Photographs of western troops on horseback suggest timeframe may be period of Boxer Rebellion following the intervention by western military forces in 1900. Locales include Shanghai and Hankow (now Wuhan) and a shot of steamships in what appears to be Hong Kong harbor. Also, several views of the Ming Tombs with touring parties (one with soldiers on horseback, another with a group of men and women in civilian dress) as well as images of various public buildings, pagodas, and other sights. (SC 890).
  • China Stereoviews, ca. 1900-1910. 22 stereoviews of Peking and eight of Shanghai. (Bernath Mss 77).
  • China / Ceylon Photograph Album, ca. 1910s-1920s. About 120 b/w photos, most with captions, taken by a young officer on the British river boat Robin, stationed in the Canoton/Samshui area in 1913. Includes photos of the Robin, river scenes, and views of Chinese people, buildings, and boats. Also, some photos of the photographer and friends, as well as later, ca. 1920s, photos of Ceylon (Sri Lanka), including Trincomalee and the Royal Naval Camp at Diyatalawa, and some views of Italy, the Baltic, and a damaged submarine. (Bernath Mss 34).
  • Chinese American Advertising Cards. Three cards, one for the play "My Partner," one for linen goods, and one for laundry service (with stereotypical character), all ca. late nineteenth century, apparently New York and Boston. (SC 758).
  • Chinese American Democratic Club (CADC) Archives, 1988-2000. Files of the CADC, chartered in 1957 by the California State Democratic Central Committee and the California Democratic Council in response to growing political repression and violations of Chinese American civil rights. (CEMA 49).
  • Chinese American Political Association Archives, 1984-2006 pdf icon. Records of a San Francisco Bay Area organization focused on educating and empowering Chinese Americans in the political process. (CEMA 48).
  • Chinese American Voters Education Committee, Inc. (CAVEC) Archives, 1984-2000 [bulk dates 1986-1992]. Files of the CAVEC, a non-profit, non- partisan citizen education organization in the San Francisco Bay Area, founded in 1976 to help the large population of Asian immigrants become active participants in the civic life of the area. (CEMA 61).
  • [Chinese Americans]. Asian American Theater Company (AATC) Archives. Administrative and financial records, correspondence, production files, scripts, audio and video recordings, photographs, slides, posters, and other materials relating to the San Francisco-based AATC, one of only three Asian American theaters in the United States, founded in 1973 by the Chinese American writer and playwright Frank Chin and others. (CEMA 9).
  • [Chinese Americans]. California Chinese Chatter, edited by Albert Dressler. Prospectus, describing the work as "Sixty-two pleasant and provoking pages of rare and original telegrams on various subjects, exchanged by the cinese to and from Downieville, Sierra County, California, during the year 1874…," along with a list of other publications by Dressler, ca, 1930. (SC 497).
  • [Chinese Americans]. Chang (Iris) Papers, 1923-2002 [bulk dates 1980-1995]. Research and other materials of the Chinese American author, whose works include Thread of the Silkworm and The Rape of Nanking. (CEMA 39).
  • [Chinese Americans]. Chin (Frank) Papers, 1940-2001. Chinese American playwright, author. (Wyles Mss 103).
  • [Chinese Americans]. Hom (Nancy) Papers. Materials relating to the Chinese American cultural/visual artist. (CEMA 46).
  • [Chinese Americans]. Pai Hsien-Yung [Kenneth Pai] Collection, ca. 1971-1997. Literary manuscripts and other material relating to the novels, short stories, plays, and films adapted from the work of Pai (also known as Kenneth Pai), UCSB professor emeritus of Chinese language and literature and acclaimed author, best known for works such as Wandering in the Garden, Waking from a Dream: Tales of Taipei Characters and Crystal Boy. (UArch FacP 29).
  • [Chinese Americans]. Wong (Elizabeth) Papers, 1980-2003. Materials of the award-winning Chinese American playwright, television screenwriter, and columnist specializing in Asian American issues. (CEMA 16).
  • [Chinese Americans]. Wong (Nellie) Papers, 1972-2001. Mainly writings of Chinese-American author and union activist Wong, including prose and poetry (manuscripts and numerous drafts), and related correspondence, publicity and professional files. Also, files on individuals, conferences, and subjects. (CEMA 14).
  • Chinese in America Collection. (Wyles Mss 174).
  • Chinese Document. One document (ADS) sent by one En Ze to one Mei Zhang, acknowledging receipt of one brick of gold, to be deposited in various banking institutions. Qing Dynasty, 1904. (Wyles SC 891).
  • Chinese Jade Book, possibly 1800s. (SC 910).
  • Chinese Woodblock Print Book Collection. (Printers Mss 68).
  • Chinquilla [Princess] Photograph Collection, ca. 1900s-1930s. (Wyles Mss 163).
  • Choate, Joseph H. One letter (ALS), from James Grant Wilson, on Hudson-Fulton Celebration Commission stationery, to Joseph H. Choate (lawyer, diplomat, and Republican reformer) requesting him to speak. New York, 22 May 1909. (Wyles SC 279).
  • Choules [Patrick] India / England Photograph Albums, 1917, 1921. Two photograph albums containing 133 b/w snapshots, many with captions, apparently taken by Choules, a British colonial official in Poona, India. Mainly images of Poona and vicinity, including buildings, streets, landscapes, gardens, sporting activities, colleagues, and local inhabitants engaged in activities such as brick making and plowing. (Bernath Mss 55).
  • Christian Anti-Communism Crusade Collection. (ARC Mss 11).
  • Christian Science Collection. Includes copies of early Christian Science serials. (ARC Mss 45).
  • Christensen, C. T. One letter (ALS) to General [Joseph B.?] Carr re recommendation of a Colonel Austen to a position. New York, N.Y., 28 Nov. 1879. (Wyles SC 53).
  • Christensen [Vernon] Family Papers, ca. 1922-2009. Biographical information, documents, financial records, and photographs pertaining to Goleta, California residents Vernon (Verne), wife Carolyn, and son Kevin Christensen. Also included are several poetry and tech (computer software) notebooks, and copies of poems and songs by Vernon Christensen. Vernon was an electronics engineer who worked for Santa Barbara Research Center (a subsidiary of Hughes Aircraft Company) and General Motors Defense Research Lab, as well as independently. Vernon and Carolyn Christensen were parents of Kevin Christensen (1969-1991), a UCSB student, who was killed in a car crash just prior to his senior year. An endowment (the Kevin Christensen Memorial Scholarship Fund) was established by a bequest from his late mother in 2010 to provide ongoing support for student scholarships. (Mss 274).
  • Chroma Litho Collection, [ca. 1980s]. 10 color examples of work by Santa Barbara-based Chroma Litho printers. (SC 1037).
  • Church [Donald R.] / Santa Barbara Old Mission Postcard Collection, ca. early 1900s. Picture postcards, b/w and color, many mailed, with messages. (SBHC Mss 62).
  • Churchill, Alfred V[ance] (1864-1949). One letter (ALS) from former Smith College art professor, critic, and painter Alfred Vance Churchill, to Dr. [Stuart?] Atkins, re translation of German lyrics later in life. May 7, 1948. (SC 401).
  • Cibber, Colley (1671-1757). English playwright, actor, and poet laureate. Holdings include An Apology for the Life of Mr. Colley Cibber, Comedian (1740) [Spec PR3347.A8 1740], The Careless Husband (1777) [Spec PR3347.A62 1777], Love Makes a Man (1791) [Spec PR3347.A67 1791], The Double Gallant (1792) [Spec PR3347.A64 1792], Ximena (1792) [Spec PR3347.A78 1792], and The Lady’s Last Stake (1795) [Spec PR3347.A656 1795]. Also, a two-volume fine press edition of An Apology for the Life of Colley Cibber, Comedian (1925) by the Golden Cockerel Press [Printers Z239.2.G58 C5].
  • Cicero, Marcus Tullius (106-43 BC). Roman statesman and scholar. Holdings include Pro P. Sylla (1531) [Printers Z239.4.B3 C5], De Philosophia, Prima Pars (1565) [Spec PA6295.A3 1565], Le Orazioni Scelte di Marco Tullio Cicerone (1748) [Spec PA 6313.D6 D6]; editions of De Officiis in Latin (1590) [Spec PA6295.A3 1590], English (1680) [Spec PA6308.D5 L4 1680], Italian (1756) [Spec PA6314.D4 S5 1756], and Spanish (1758) [Spec PA6312.D5 H63 1758]; multiple editions of Cicero’s letters and correspondence, published in the original Latin between 1536 and 1684 [Spec PA6297.A3 through PA6297.A5], in English (1789) [Spec PA6308.E5 M4], and Spanish (1790) [Spec PA6297.A2 1790]; fine press editions of The Booke of Freendeship (1904) by Essex House Press [Spec PA6308.L2 H3] and Orations and Essays (1972) by the Limited Editions Club [Printers Z239.6.V34 C53 1972].
  • Cilley [Greenleaf] Papers, 1873-1876. (Wyles Mss 124).
  • [Circus]. Adkins, Jess. One letter (TLS) from Jess Adkins, of Jess Adkins & Zack Terrell Amusement Enterprises (Cole Bros. Circus and Clyde Beatty's Gigantic Trained Wild Animal Exhibition) to James V. Chloupek of Oakland, CA, re the circus business as it pertained to California. Champaign, Illinois, July 3, 1936. (SC 362).
  • [Circus]. California Circus Photographs, 1950s. Photographs of California circuses in the early 1950s, including Clyde Beatty Circus. (PA Mss 67).
  • [Circus]. Little Performers Collection. Photographs, cartes-de-visite, and souvenir circus programs relating to little people performers in late 19th and early 20th century circus and vaudeville, including issue of Midget City News. (PA Mss 61).
  • [Circus]. Midget Performers Photograph Album, 1868. (PA SC 21).
  • [Circus]. Pickle Family Circus Poster, ca. 1980. One original color poster of the San Franciso based Pickle Family Circus, appearing in Santa Barbara, Sept 12-13, [ca. 1980]. (SC 1033).
  • [Circus]. Saxon [A. H.] Papers. Typescript of The Life and Art of Andrew Ducrow and the Romantic Age of the English Circus, and accompanying essay. (PA Mss 11).
  • [Circus]. Seago [Edward B.] Correspondence, 1934-1935. Six letters (ALS) by the circus writer to [Raymond Toole-] Stott, mainly about articles he is working on. (SC 275).
  • [Circus]. Toole-Stott Circus Collection. Several hundred monographs on the circus and related research material for Toole-Stott’s Circus and Allied Arts: A World Bibliography. (PA Mss 14).
  • Circus Broadside, [ca. 1912]. Printed broadside of a two-feature event at the Palace Theatre, with Fiestas Trained Animal Circus and Lew Wallace’s "Ben Hur," with lecture by Prof. Wayne. (SC 616).
  • Circus / Vaudeville / Minstrel Collection, a. 1905-1946. Advertisements, telegrams, and lists of towns played, for circuses, vaudeville and minstrel shows, including W. P. Hall Shows, 1905; Guy Brothers Minstrels, 1910; and “Circus Day” itineraries for several circuses such as Ringling-Barnum, Clyde Beatty, Buck Owens, and Mills Bros, 1946. (SC 132).
  • City Club of Santa Barbara. Constitution and By-Laws, incorporated Nov. 2, 1936, and revised Feb. 8, 1960. (SC 747).
  • [Civil War]. Acheson, Alexander Wilson. One letter (ALS) to the editor of the Philadelphia Press, re the editor’s desire to write a history of Pennsylvania troops in the Civil War. Acheson had been a private in the Thirteenth Pennsylvania Regiment and was transferred to the 140th Pennsylvania Regiment. Talks about his experiences in the Civil War. Denison, Texas, 8 Jan. 1886. (Wyles SC 1).
  • [Civil War]. Allen [S. H.]. One Civil War era letter [ALS] to brother James P. Allen, May 9, 1865. (Wyles SC 1033).
  • [Civil War]. Ambler (E. C.) Civil War Diary, 1862. Handwritten diary, in ink, approximately 129 pages, Sept. 5-Nov. 23, 1862, by E. C. Ambler, Chaplain with the [New York?] 69th Regiment. Writing from Annapolis, talks about parole camp, widespread illness, visits to the hospital, camp news and rumors, doubts about his usefulness, handing out tracts and paper so soldiers can write home. (Wyles SC 1027).
  • [Civil War]. American Lloyd’s. Certificate of classification for the 1/2 Brig Mary M. Williams, built November 1862 and metalled December 1873. New York, 18 Dec. 1877. (Wyles SC 211).
  • [Civil War]. American Union Commission. One Civil War era document: Circular (printed) re relief for refugees of the war, 1865. Purchase, 1983. (Wyles SC 463).
  • [Civil War]. Anderson, James D. Two Civil War letters (ALS) to his mother, re daily events, picket duty, skirmishes, traveling by train, 1861, 1862 (near Murfreesboro, TN). (Wyles SC 528).
  • [Civil War]. Army of Northern Virginia. One Confederate Civil War document re collecting supplies for the Army. Virginia, 14 Sept. 1864. (Wyles SC 60).
  • [Civil War]. Army of the Potomac Ledger, 1864-1865. One bound Civil War era volume entitled “Report of Names of Officers doing duty in the Quartermasters Department,” including number of staff, line officers and enlisted men for duty; and number of cavalry, artillery, ambulances, and private horses, mules, oxen and other means of transportation in each regiment, battery or detachment. (Wyles Mss 66).
  • [Civil War]. Arthurs, Robert. Photocopy of one letter (TLS) to Robert Lomas, re Civil War experiences and reply from Lomas, 1886, 1887. (Wyles SC 500).
  • [Civil War]. Baird, James. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Miss Mattie Price, re war dragging on and camp life. Camp Bigelow, South Carolina, 14 June 1862. (Wyles SC 67).
  • [Civil War]. Baker, Charles E. [3rd Texas Vols.]. Two Civil War leters (ALS): one from Annie Anna Hallock to her cousin, Charles E.Baker, re personal news, 1861, and one from Baker to his mother, noting he still has not received the boots or shirts that she sent, 1863. Also one document (ADS), giving permission to Baker to take his personal shotgun home, 1862. (Wyles SC 575).
  • [Civil War]. Baldwin Brothers Civil War Correspondence, 1862-1863. 15 letters from brothers Samuel and Orange Baldwin, both with the 143rd Pennsylvania Volunteers. (Wyles SC 1048).
  • [Civil War]. Barber (Alfred E.) Papers, ca. 1863-1864. Diary, documents, 7 carte de visite photographs, and leather document case of a Civil War Union lieutenant, New York Infantry, 141st Regiment (Vols), Company G. (Wyles Mss 102).
  • [Civil War]. “Battle of Balls Bluff. Rescue of Col. Baker’s Body.” Mounted, possible original watercolor, by unknown artist [initials G.E.P.], dated 1869, depicting the Oct. 21, 1861 battle near Leesburg, VA. (Wyles SC 776).
  • [Civil War]. Bayard, James Asheton [U.S. Senator from Delaware]. One Civil War era letter (ALS), discussing mid-term election to replace Senator Thompson, arrests in Delaware, and incompetence of reporters. Washington, 14 Dec. 1862. (Wyles SC 19).
  • [Civil War]. Beavins, William A. [Private, Maine Infantry, 23rd Regiment (Vol), Company B; Rhode Island Cavalry, 3rd Regiment (Vol), Company E]. Civil War correspondence to Miss Josie Hall, 1863-1864. (Wyles SC 331).
  • [Civil War]. Barnard, J. H. One carbon copy letter (TL) to Stanley F. Horn, author of The Army of Tennessee and one letter (TLS) response from Horn, both 1944, re Barnard’s reminiscences as a veteran of the 5th Cavalry, formerly the 2nd Cavalry, organized by Jefferson Davis. (Wyles SC 417).
  • [Civil War]. Bieral, Louis [Captain, 1st California Regiment and Pennsylvania Infantry, 71st Regiment (Vol)]. Correspondence between Dudley J. Ledwell and Jay Monaghan about Ledwell’s research on his great-grandfather Bieral, a native of Chile who had gone to California during the gold rush and later fought in the Civil War, as well as photostats of documents and supporting biographical information about him, 1975. (Wyles SC 404).
  • [Civil War]. Bigelow, John. One printed essay, “The Confederate Diplomatists and Their Shirt of Nessus,” n.d. (Wyles SC 905).
  • [Civil War]. Bill, Horace Harper [Civil War Union Lieutenant, 8th Ohio Vols]. One cover letter (ALS) by Ledyard Bill to Benson J. Lessing, a handwritten account Horace Harper Bill’s service in the Civil War, and a sketch of his sword and belt. New York, 1867. (Wyles SC 536).
  • [Civil War]. [Birney, David B.]. One letter [ALS] and one photograph [carte de visite size] of General David B. Birney [Civil War Commander of the Tenth Corps], from his widow Antoinette Birney to General Davis, 17 June 1886. (Wyles SC 26).
  • [Civil War]. Birney, William [General]. One Civil War letter (ALS), discussing troop movements such as a recent river crossing, and taking Major Fairfax, Gen. Longstreet’s Chief of Staff, prisoner. Near White’s Ford, Virginia, 31 Oct. 1862. (Wyles SC 27).
  • [Civil War]. Boggs [William R.] Correspondence, ca. 1861-1879. (Wyles SC 1058).
  • [Civil War]. Bowman, S[amuel] M[illard]. [Col., Pennsylvania Infantry, 84th Regiment (Vol)]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Major C. Foster, re missing muster and descriptive rolls for new Negro soldiers who were joining the regiments near Alexandria. Baltimore, 3 Aug. 1864. (Wyles SC 405).
  • [Civil War]. Bridges Family Georgia Confederate Civil War Letters, 1861-1865. (Wyles SC 973).
  • [Civil War]. Brown, Edwin. One Civil War letter (ALS) to his mother, re First Battle of Bull Run or Manassas. Arlington Heights, Virginia, 24 July 1861. (Wyles SC 146).
  • [Civil War]. Brownlow, W. G. One note (ANS), 1862; one letter (ALS), 1877; one envelope; one manuscript account “Brownlow’s connexion with The Bridge Burning in East Tenn., Nov. 8, 1861…” (Wyles SC 870).
  • [Civil War]. Brownlow, W. G. One Civil War era note (ANS) and one b/w photo (carte de visite), ca. 1862. One b/w photo (carte de visite) of Captain [?] Schindel on reverse of same sheet, n.d. Also, one photo (carte de visite) of Mrs. Brownlow and one photo (carte de visite) of daughter, Mrs. Sawyer. (Wyles SC 916).
  • [Civil War]. Broyles, Henry F. [7th Virginia Cavalry, Company D]. One letter [ALS] to Captain Fenton re Civil War experiences, 12 Jan. 1912. Also newspaper clipping re Broyles’ life story, including participation in the Civil War, 9 Jan. 1912. (Wyles SC 17).
  • [Civil War]. Brunner, Samuel M. [Fife Major, Illinois Infantry, 138th Regiment (Vol)]. Five Civil War documents, including appointment and discharge documents, 1862-1864. (Wyles SC 321).
  • [Civil War]. Bryan, Henry M. [Major and A. I. G.]. One Confederate Civil War document: Inspection Report of Gen. Gholson’s Mississippi Cavalry. Montgomery, Alabama, 3 Dec. 1864. (Wyles SC 32).
  • [Civil War]. Bryant, Hattie. One Civil War era letter (ALS) to N. H. Willets, re personal matters and reports of many Confederate soldiers being women dressed in men’s clothes. Wonders if this is true. Also worries about the great many wives who have lost husbands and children, “and it is all for the sake of them Niggers.” Covington, 30 Oct. 1862. (Wyles SC 39).
  • [Civil War]. Buffum, [?]. One lengthy, six-page Civil War letter (AL) to his mother and father, Joshua Buffum, of North Billerica, Massachusetts, recounting the Confederate shelling and capture of the U.S. Steamer Isaac P. Smith, commanded by Lt. F. S. Conover, while on patrol 30 Jan. 1863 along the Stono River, near Charleston, S.C. Washington Navy Yard, 6 Mar. 1863. (Wyles SC 132).
  • [Civil War]. [Bull Run]. One Civil War document (ADS), a notice warning against “Northern Secessionists and Traitors,” posted outside John Folsom’s store [?] after the Battle of Bull Run, 23 July 1861. (Wyles SC 42).
  • [Civil War]. Burnham, Hiram [General]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to his wife in Maine, mainly re recent battles. Camp in the field, 19 May 1864. (Wyles SC 43).
  • [Civil War]. Busteed, Richard [Civil War Union General]. One Civil War letter (ALS), re filling the ranks of the 165th Regiment New York Volunteers, 2nd Battalion Duryee Zouaves, and discussing the fine qualities of General Hull. [New York?], 22 Nov. 1862. (Wyles SC 45).
  • [Civil War]. Butler, Benjamin Franklin [Civil War Union General, lawyer, and Governor of Massachusetts]. Three letters (ALS), 1861, 1868, 1889 about various Civil War-related issues, including a hanging for treason. Also, a copy of a transcript of an interview conducted 2 June 1862 between Butler and Capt. Homer B. Sprague re Sprague’s refusal to deliver an escaped slave, Caroline, employed as a laundress for the army, back to slave hunters. After reviewing a recent Act of Congress, Butler decided in favor of Caroline being retained as a laundress. (Wyles SC 46).
  • [Civil War]. California Infantry, 3rd Regiment (Vols), Co. A. Civil War document appealing for volunteers. San Francisco, 18 Sept. 1861. (Wyles SC 308).
  • [Civil War]. Camp Chase. 1862 Civil War era printed document [37th Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Mis. Doc. No. 94], joint resolution protesting the continued use of slaves as servants to Confederate officers held as prisoners at Camp Chase, near Columbus, Ohio. (Wyles SC 1089).
  • [Civil War]. Camp Chase Prison, No. 3, Columbus, Ohio. One Civil War document (ADS), description of Camp Chase Prison, No. 3, Columbus, Ohio, by A. Davis, 1862. Davis notes that inmates come from all walks of life, including farmers, lawyers, doctors, judges, criminals, sheriffs, gamblers, painters, singers, and surveyors. “A ramble through this city prison would present scenes of card playing and praying, earnest talking, deep arguments … obscene jesting and profane swearing. The same walk show some writhing in pain. Others cooking and eating, some trading and perhaps a man dying.” (Wyles SC 50).
  • [Civil War]. Camp William Penn. One printed group photograph of the commander and headquarters staff of Camp William Penn, used for organization of U.S. Colored Troops, 1863-1865. (Wyles SC 902).
  • [Civil War]. Chamberlain, [J. L.?] [Civil War Union Colonel, 20th Maine Vols]. Photocopy of one letter (ALS) to Lieutenant George B. Herendeen. Field near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 6 July 1863. (Wyles SC 542).
  • [Civil War]. Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park Photographs Collection, ca. 1890s. 24 mounted b/w photographs of Civil War sites such as Missionary Ridge, showing the locations where Louisiana troops fought. Issued by the Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Commission, Louisiana Committee, with printed descriptions on the back of each. (Wyles Mss 58).
  • [Civil War]. Clary, John H. [Confederate soldier]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Mollie E. Smart, re personal matters, thinks it unlikely ‘old abe’ will make peace, and instead Confederate forces will whip Union forces or fight to the last man trying. Near Norfolk, Virginia, 19 July 1861. (Wyles SC 527).
  • [Civil War]. Clymer, Meredith [Medical Director, Department of the South, and grandson of Declaration Signer George Clymer]. One Civil War note (ANS) to Surgeon John Trenor, re repeated tardiness in reporting hospital discharges. Hilton Head, South Carolina, 3 Feb. 1865. (Wyles SC 56).
  • [Civil War]. Coffin [Theodora L.] Collection, ca. 1938-1965. Primarily Civil War related items, including correspondence, clippings, essay, and programs of the Gettysburg Blue and Gray reunions. (Wyles SC 932).
  • [Civil War]. Colby, Anthony [Adjutant General, New Hampshire]. Seven Civil War letters (ALS) from Colby’s wife and others, re personal matters and various requests, 1863-1864. (Wyles SC 504).
  • [Civil War]. Collins, Benjamin [United States Sanitary Commission]. One Civil War era letter (ALS) to Surgeon J. Heger re discharge of rebel prisoner. New York, 4 Oct. 1863. (Wyles SC 267).
  • [Civil War]. Colored Troops – Civil War Inquiry, 1888. One letter (ALS) from the Adjutant General’s Office, War Department, in response to a question from George May Powell, reporting that on or about Apr. 1, 1862 there were 2,300 colored troops from Delaware, 26,000 from Kentucky, 9,500 from Maryland, 38,000 from Missouri, and 4,500 from Tennessee. (Wyles SC 1008).
  • [Civil War]. Commandery of the State of Massachusetts. Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. One printed postcard soliciting Civil War photographs and prints. Boston, Aug. 1904. (Wyles SC 533).
  • [Civil War]. Confederate Blockade Runner, Florida. One letter (TLS), from the Secretary of the Navy to C. E. Harrington of New York, re capture of the Confederate blockade runner Florida by the U.S.S. Pursuit during the Civil War, on 6 Apr. 1862. Department of the Navy, Washington, D.C., 6 Feb. 1917. (Wyles SC 20).
  • [Civil War]. Confederate Broadside. "To the People of Western Virginia," issued by Maj. Gen. [William Wing] Loring, noting recent victories at Fayette C. H., Cotton Hill, and Charleston, imposing martial law, and calling upon citizens to join the Confederate army. Charleston, Virginia, 14 Sept. 1862. (Wyles SC 294).
  • [Civil War]. Confederate Civil War Documents, ca. 1861-1864. CSA Civil War era documents pertaining to various regiments and units of government, acquired from multiple sources. (Wyles Mss 88).
  • [Civil War]. Confederate Naval Documents. Ten Confederate Civil War documents (ADS), vouchers re payments made for stage passage, wagon teams, Negro wages, ship Alonzo Child dismantling, Confederate service, food delivered, and other. Vaughans Station and Yazoo City, Mississippi, Jan-Feb.1863. (Wyles SC 35).
  • [Civil War]. Confederate States of America Bond. Printed bond with handwritten additions, in the amount of $5000, signed by Robert Tyler, Register of the Treasury. Richmond, Oct. 1, 1862. (Wyles SC 886).
  • [Civil War]. Confederate States of America Documents. Eleven Civil War items, mostly tax forms, assessments, and receipts, from Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Virginia, 1862-1864. Included are ‘Tax in Kind’ forms for tobacco and agricultural products. (Wyles SC 22).
  • [Civil War]. Confederate Uniforms, ca. 1861-865. Twelve Civil War era lithographs, “approved by the War Department.” (Wyles SC 729).
  • [Civil War]. Connecticut Battery. 3rd Regiment. Four Civil War documents (ADS): Circulars re various matters such as wearing uniforms when off duty, 1865. (Wyles SC 423).
  • [Civil War]. Cooke, Jay (1821-1905). Two letters (ALS) from Civil War financier Jay Cooke, dated 1875 and 1884 or 1886, the latter declining an invitation to write about the financial aspects of the war, saying he feels it still is premature. During the Civil War, Jay Cooke & Co. of Philadelphia developed the idea of selling government bonds, which capitalized on feelings of patriotism at the time and which were a major source for financing the war. Cooke later was heavily involved in financing (unsuccessfully) the Northern Pacific Railroad, which led to the Panic of 1873, but later recovered much of his financial loss through investment in Utah mining interests. (Wyles SC 64).
  • [Civil War]. Copeland, J. T. One letter (ALS) to General N. M. Carr, re General Boynton and General Rosecrans’ Civil War reputation. Orange Park, Florida, 9 June 1889. (Wyles SC 66).
  • [Civil War]. Crawford, S[amuel] W[ylie] (1829-1892). One letter (ALS) and related material, to Justice [Samuel] Blatchford, re problems with his [Crawford’s] book, The Genesis of the Civil War. New York, 2 July 1887. (Wyles SC 68).
  • [Civil War]. Cudworth, Warren Handel [Chaplain, Massachusetts Infantry, 1st Regiment (Vol)]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Fannie [?], re deplorable conditions nurses face in the army. Washington, 12 July 1861. (Wyles SC 332).
  • [Civil War]. Currier, Willard. One Civil War letter (ALS) to his wife. Mississippi, 12 Dec. 1862. (Wyles SC 312).
  • [Civil War]. Curtis, James F. [Col.]. One Civil War letter (ALS) from an officer in the 4th California Infantry, to the Second Auditor of the Treasury, transmitting list (not included) of names of soldiers who had died Apr-June 1865. Drum Barracks, CA (Los Angeles), Aug. 4, 1865. (Wyles SC 912).
  • [Civil War]. Dahlgren, J. J. [Rear Admiral, Commanding South Atlantic Blockading Squadron]. Fifteen Civil War documents, mainly orders to Acting Master Benjamin Dyer, Commanding the U.S.S. Home, re matters such as transferring men and equipment to other ships, and being appointed a member of Naval General Court-Martial proceedings, 1862-1865. (Wyles SC 72).
  • [Civil War]. Dale, Richard G. [123rd Pennsylvania Vol., Co. G]. One Civil War document: Appointment as first lieutenant, 21 Aug. 1862. (Wyles SC 678).
  • [Civil War]. Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War, Department of California & Nevada, 1963-1999. Mainly journals of the annual conventions. (Wyles Mss 95).
  • [Civil War]. Davis, F. B. Civil War sailor’s diary, aboard the USS Quaker City, 1863. (Wyles SC 414).
  • [Civil War]. [Davis, Jefferson]. Two Civil War era political cartoons, including one by Currier & Ives. (Wyles SC 851).
  • [Civil War]. Davis [Jefferson] Collection, [ca. 1870s-1880s]. Engravings of Jefferson Davis and wife, along with autograph and note (ANS) by Jefferson Davis, all mounted and framed. (Wyles Mss 135).
  • [Civil War]. Day, Henry C. (Private, Co. D. 14th New Hampshire Vols.). One Civil War letter (ALS), Savannah, Ga., Feb. 22, [1865]. (Wyles SC 1057).
  • [Civil War]. DeMolitor [John] Collection. Primarily of Civil War related material, including typescript copy of diary and various originals and copies of documents, ca. 1780-1781, 1864-1936. (Wyles SC 594).
  • [Civil War]. Dewing [James] Papers, 1865-1936. Thirteen items of Barbara DeWolfe’s grandfather, James Dewing, including a photograph, materials relating to his service in the 18th Regiment of Connecticut Infantry, Company A, during the Civil War (discharge papers, widow’s pension, GAR receipts), publishing/piano manufacturing business in San Francisco (letterhead stationery, calling card, court records re failure of the business), and death (memorial service address, National Cemetery Regulations). Wyles SC 1012).
  • [Civil War]. Dimock [A. W.] Civil War Letter, 1861. Letter from Dimock to sister, saying he does not know when he will be ordered up; discusses other personal and family affairs. On flag-decorated sheet of paper. Jersey City, May 4, 1861. (Wyles SC 947).
  • [Civil War]. District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Printed Civil War document: “Argument for absent owners in the matter of the Newborn seizures,” re merchandise seized by combined U.S. Government land and naval forces in and around Newborn, North Carolina in March, 1863. (Wyles SC 1082).
  • [Civil War]. Dixon [William D.] Civil War Letters, 1861-1862. Two letters (ALS) from a [6th Pennsylvania colonel?] to wife Martha. July 4, 1862. (Wyles SC 999).
  • [Civil War]. Donovan, William. One Civil War letter (ALS) to his sister, re family matters and inferiority of Southerners, particularly in terms of education. Cumberland Hospital, Nashville, Tennessee, 14 Oct. 1863. (Wyles SC 69).
  • [Civil War]. Doolittle, John H. (Lieutenant, 20th Connecticut). Civil War era documents and letter, 1863-1867. (Wyles SC 1060).
  • [Civil War]. Downing, Amos. Three Civil War letters (ALS) to brother, Phillip Downing, re personal matters, military engagements, casualties, and cost of provisions, 1861-1862. (Wyles SC 526).
  • [Civil War]. Drew, A. W. One Civil War letter (ALS) to his family, explaining reasons for volunteering, and the organization and drilling of armed militia in Missouri, threatening to invade Iowa. Newton, Iowa, Apr. 30, [1861]. (Wyles SC 88)
  • [Civil War]. Drew [Ann] Correspondence, 1861-1865. 11 Civil War era letters (ALS) to Miss Ann Drew of Smithville, NC. (Wyles SC 938).
  • [Civil War]. Dwire [Harrison] Collection. Mainly Civil War era documents, 1862-1865, 1907. (Wyles SC 589).
  • [Civil War]. Early, J. A. (Lt. General). One printed letter to the “Soldiers of the Army of the Valley,” admonishing them for leaving the battle at Bell Grove on Cedar Creek (Oct. 22, 1864) to engage in looting. Head Quarters Valley District, Oct. 22, 1864. Cat. no.: E 477.33 C6. (Wyles SC 1081).
  • [Civil War]. Earnest, William W. One typed manuscript (TMS), 94 pages, "The Life of John W. Earnest (1824-1913)," by his son William W. Earnest, including an account of John W. Earnest’s overland trip from Illinois to the California goldfields in 1850, experiences there, return east to Yazoo City, Mississippi in 1860, and forced service in the Confederacy as a Northerner during the Civil War. N.p., n.d. (Wyles SC 83).
  • [Civil War]. Eberitt and Hurst Families Civil War Letters, 1861-1865. Third Ohio Infantry. (Wyles Mss 125).
  • [Civil War]. Eichberg [Julius] Civil War Era Playbill Collection, 1862-1865, 1869, 1903. Playbills for productions at the Boston Museum, featuring music director Julius Eichberg, a prominent Jewish violinist, composer, orchestra leader, founder of the Boston Conservatory of Music, and General Supervisor for the Boston School System. Includes "The Enchantress," Mar. 19, 1862; "Camilla’s Husband," Nov. 9, 1863; "The Wife!" Oct. 13, 1863; "Vanity Fair!" Sept. 5-7, 1864; "The Inconstant, or, Wine Works Wonders!" Jan. 6, 1865; also 1869 and 1903 programs and biographical information about Eichberg. (Wyles SC 1047).
  • [Civil War]. 18th Virginia Cavalry. One Confederate Civil War document: Complete Roster, [1862-1865]. (Wyles SC 23).
  • [Civil War]. Eldredge, Charles Augustus. One Civil War era letter (ALS) to Vincent Roberts, re McClellan report and other documents, Mar. 2, 1864. Also, biographical notes about Eldredge, a lawyer and Democrat Congressman from Wisconsin, 1863-1875. (Wyles SC 901).
  • [Civil War]. Ellsworth, Elmer E. Portrait of the organizer of the 11th New York Volunteers Infantry Regiment (New York Zouaves), who had studied law in Lincoln’s law office, helping him with the 1860 presidential campaign and accompanying him to Washington, and who was the first prominent casualty of the Civil War, May 24, 1861, the day after Virginia seceded. (Wyles SC 717).
  • [Civil War]. Empie, Gerret A. [178th New York]. 11 Civil War era letters addressed to family, 1864-1865. (Wyles SC 825).
  • [Civil War]. Ericsson [John] Collection, ca. 1862-1866. Civil War era documents and correspondence re Monitor and other naval vessels. (Wyles SC 919).
  • [Civil War]. Eustis, Henry L. [Civil War Union General, 10th Massachusetts]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to his wife, re battle at Rappahannock Station. Camp near Kelly’s Ford, Virginia, 9 Nov. 1863. (Wyles SC 84).
  • [Civil War]. Farragut, David G. [Rear Admiral]. Two Civil War notes (ANS) and one document (ADS), 1862-1863. (Wyles SC 314).
  • [Civil War]. Faxon, George L. [Lieutenant, U.S. Colored Heavy Artillery, 10th Regiment; U.S. Colored Infantry, 77th Regiment]. Five Civil War documents (ADS), re return of stores and court martial trial, 1865-1866. (Wyles SC 420).
  • [Civil War]. Fenton, A. Ward [Civil War Union Captain, 6th Ohio Cavalry, Co. B]. One handwritten review of Major H. B. McClellan’s Life of J.E.B. Stuart of the Confederate Cavalry, ca 1885, and an undated clipping of Stuart’s death notice. (Wyles SC 552).
  • [Civil War]. Ferree Family Collection. Includes genealogical lists, copy of will for John Ferree, two black and white photographs: one of Captain John A. Ferree and one of Milissa Jamison Ferree, and Civil War letter from Camp Carrington, Indianapolis, 16 Feb. 1865. (Wyles SC 700).
  • [Civil War]. 15th Vermont Vol, Co. A. One Civil War letter (ALS), from"Hen" to Lottie A. Carr, describing the area and people around Spring Bank, Virginia, not far from Bull Run, 5 Nov. 1862. (Wyles SC 597).
  • [Civil War]. First Massachusetts Heavy Artillery Civil War Letters, 1861-1863. Five letters (ALS) from George W. Clark, Co. E, 1861-1863, and two letters (ALS) from Alexander Smart, Co. F, 1862. (Wyles SC 962).
  • [Civil War]. 1st South Carolina / 33rd US Colored Troops Records, ca 1847-1923, 1983 [bulk dates 1850s-1860s]. Materials relating for the most part to the history and organization of the 1st. SC Volunteer Infantry, later designated the 33rd U. S. Colored Troops. A significant portion of the material is related to Thomas Wentworth Higginson who served as the unit’s commander between 1862 and 1864. There are both original primary source materials in the form of documents, correspondence (including items from William Lloyd Garrison and Horace Greeley) and secondary source materials, mostly photocopies, including such things as regimental histories. (Wyles Mss 30).
  • [Civil War]. Fleming, John H. [Private, Pennsylvania Infantry, 150th Regiment (Vol), Company K]. Civil War collection, including correspondence, documents and photograph, ca. 1862-1864. (Wyles SC 411).
  • [Civil War]. Folsom [E. M.] Civil War Letter, July 15, 1863. One letter (ALS) from R. H. to sister [Folsom] from Camp at Boonsborough, Maryland, about being at Gettysburg but no engagement there, and about illness. (Wyles SC 1001).
  • [Civil War]. [Fort Donelson, Tennessee]. One printed engraving, “Surrender of Fort Donelson, February 16, 1862 … View of Principal Fortifications, including the Water Batteries …”. (Wyles SC 940).
  • [Civil War]. Foster, Abbie Fiske. Typescript reminiscences “Memories of the Civil War,” Feb. 12, 1936. (Wyles SC 899).
  • [Civil War]. Fox, Gustavus V. [Assistant Secretary of the Navy]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to H. R. Anthony. Washington, 10 Nov. 1865. (Wyles SC 315).
  • [Civil War]. Fowler, Henry J. [71st New York]. Four Civil War documents, including three discharges certificates, 1861-1863. (Wyles SC 674).
  • [Civil War]. Franklin, William Buell [1823-1903; Civil War Union General]. One letter (ALS) to Colonel Nicholson. Hartford, Connecticut, 1 Sept. 1899. (Wyles SC 310).
  • [Civil War]. Gardiner, George W. Five documents re additional bounty for Civil War service, to Gardiner, a private in Company G, Third Regiment, R.I.H. Artillery Voluneers, 1866-1867. (Wyles SC 946).
  • [Civil War]. Garfield [James A.] Collection, 1862, 1881. One Civil War letter (ALS) by James A. Garfield, future President and then major general in the Union Army, to Colonel Lionel A. Sheldon, criticizing the President’s [Abraham Lincoln’s] conduct of the war and noting that “Halleck is as cold and apparently heartless as a stone about the war, McClellan will never do any more than Buell did – and nearly every man that had any positive opinions about pushing the war is either without any command or is where he can do nothing.” Washington, 2 Nov. 1862. Also an extra edition of The Chronicle, 21 Sept. 1881, re death of Garfield and an invitation to the "Obsequies of the Late President Garfield," to be held in San Francisco, 26 Sept. 1881. (Wyles SC 93).
  • [Civil War]. Garner [William E.]. Diary, 1863-1868, of a Union Civil War private [Iowa Infantry, 10th Regiment (Vol), Company E], who took part in the Battle of Chattanooga; also an account of farming activities in Iowa after the war. (Wyles SC 327).
  • [Civil War]. Gettysburg, Battle of. One item, an invitation from the Government of the United States to John A. Niebling, a veteran of the War of 1861-1865, for the 75th anniversary commemoraton of the Battle of Gettysburg, 6 July 1938, at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. (Wyles SC 95).
  • [Civil War]. Gibson, Charles W. One letter (ALS) from a Civil War Union soldier, Co. H., 14th Wisconsin Volunteers, 1863. (Wyles SC 892).
  • [Civil War]. Gifford [Jim] Civil War Correspondence, 1864. Four letters by Ordinary Seaman Jim Gifford of the USS bark Release, written while serving off the North Carolina coast, while helping blockade the coast. (Wyles SC 1049).
  • [Civil War]. Gilmore, Q[uincy] A. [Major General]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Adjutant General Hillhouse, re paying and moving certain regiments. Albany, New York, 5 Sept. 1862. (Wyles SC 97).
  • [Civil War]. Githens [William H.] Civil War Correspondence, 1863, 1864. Two letters [ALS] from Githens, Assistant Surgeon, 78th Illinois, to his wife, including description of hospitals and burying the dead. (Wyles SC 966).
  • [Civil War]. Grant [Campbell] Collection, 1861-1864. More than 300 Patriotic Civil War covers, mainly Union and unused, and eight blockade run invoices and letters (letter press copies). The covers are arranged by type in two albums. The blockade run invoices and letters are from William P. Campbell, an agent in St. George, Bermuda, to Col. Sewell L. Fremont in Wilmington, North Carolina. The papers accompanied cargo that was run through the Union blockade by Confederate or British blockade runners from February to August 1864. (Wyles Mss 49).
  • [Civil War]. Grant, Ulysses S. One Civil War letter (ALS) to his wife Julia, talking about return from Grand Junction and noting that the railroad from that part to Memphis soon will be completed. Asks her and children to join him in Memphis, and says he will be sending money. Corinth, Mississippi, 20 June 1862. (Wyles SC 99).
  • [Civil War]. Gray, Gilbert D. [Civil War officer, Missouri Infantry, 10th Regiment, Companies B and D]. 36 Civil War documents (ADS), mainly invoices, lists, and special orders, 1862-1865. Also, a list, apparently of Company B’s whereabouts 1862-1863. (Wyles SC 867).
  • [Civil War]. Gray [James S.] Civil War Correspondence, 1862-1863. Six letters [ALS] from a private in the 25th Maine Infantry, Co. K, including descriptions of camp life, nearby regiments, southern plantations. (Wyles SC 967).
  • [Civil War]. Greenlief [Horatio N.] Civil War Collection, ca. 1865, 1871-1872. 20 letters (ALS), most 1865, to/from Horatio N. Greenlief (14th Maine Infantry) and his wife and children, one carte de visite of him and one of his wife, and a heart-shaped wicker basket that originally housed the materials. The correspondence is from Georgia, written in the spring and summer of 1865, during the occupation at Darien. (Wyles Mss 133).
  • [Civil War]. Halsted, William [U.S. Attorney for State of New Jersey]. One letter (ALS) to John Neafie, re efforts to raise 1st New Jersey Cavalry within 20 days during the Civil War. Trenton, New Jersey, 15 Feb. 1868. (Wyles SC 106).
  • [Civil War]. Hatteras Island. One Civil War letter (ALS) from Alonzo [?] to Lucy [?], re health problems and his sending money home, saying it should all go to his mother and “tell her not to let father have a cent of it,” 13 Feb. 1862. (Wyles SC 110).
  • [Civil War]. Headquarters, Military Division of West Mississippi. One Civil War printed document: General Orders No. 61, re cessation of hostilities, parole of officers and men in the Confederate Army and Navy, and permission for them to return to their homes. New Orleans, 26 May 1865. (Wyles SC 117).
  • [Civil War]. Hetherington, John [Massachusetts Infantry, 21st Regiment (Vol)]. Civil War diary - ms and typescript copies, 1861-1862. (Wyles SC 335).
  • [Civil War]. Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. One letter (ALS) from the former commander of the first black regiment in the Civil War, to a Miss Wellington. Newport, RI, 29 Dec. 1872. (Wyles SC 881).
  • [Civil War]. Himoe [Stephen O.] Diaries, 1862-1865. Two Civil War diaries, with a short autobiographical sketch of Himoe, a surgeon with the 15th Wisconsin Infantry. (Wyles SC 513).
  • [Civil War]. Holt, Henry [Private, 1st Vermont Cavalry, Co. E]. Twelve Civil War letters (ALS) and nine accompanying envelopes, most to and from his father, mainly re daily life and military engagements, 1862-1864. (Wyles SC 515).
  • [Civil War]. Holt, Joseph [1807-1894; U.S. Postmaster General, 1859-1861; U.S. Secretary of War, 1861; Judge Advocate General, U.S. Army, 1862-1875; Prosecutor of Lincoln assassins]. One letter (ALS) as Postmaster General, to Professor George C. Schaeffer of Annapolis, re support for a position, 1859. Also one Civil War letter (ALS) as Judge Advocate General, to Col. J. Hoffman, re legal opinion on a case relating to a deserter, 1864. (Wyles SC 116).
  • [Civil War]. Hoover, Henry [Lieutenant, Iowa Infantry, 35th Regiment, Company D]. Civil War diary, 1862-1863. (Wyles SC 328).
  • [Civil War]. House [George] Civil War Correspondence, 1863-1865. Photocopies of original letters (in German) and typescript translations. (Wyles SC 704).
  • [Civil War]. Howard, O[liver] O. [Civil War Union General]. Portrait. (Wyles SC 761).
  • [Civil War]. Hoyt, Henry M. [Connecticut Infantry. 8th Regiment (Vol)]. One Civil War note (ANS) from Hoyt to Second Auditor, U.S. Treasury re quarterly return of deceased soldiers. Headquarters near Portsmouth, Virginia, 11 Oct. 1863. (Wyles SC 428).
  • [Civil War]. Hull, Martin B. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Sevilla Smith re his health, camp food, horrors of war, and family matters. Camp Arlington, Virginia, 14 Jan. 1862. (Wyles SC 532).
  • [Civil War]. Humphreys, A[ndrew] A. [Major General]. One letter (ALS) to William A.Baker of Auburn, New York, re his Civil War service on McClellan’s staff. Washington, D.C., 27 July 1870. (Wyles SC 119).
  • [Civil War]. Huntington, J. F. [Civil War Union Captain, 1st Ohio Artillery, Battery H]. One Civil War document (ADS), to Captain A. G. Mason, re arrest and detention of a mule team, 3 Feb. 1863. (Wyles SC 537).
  • [Civil War]. Illinois Infantry, 103rd Regiment Diaries, 1861, 1863-1864. Seven diaries from an unidentified Civil War Union officer, Illinois Infantry, 103rd Regiment, who participated in the Vicksburg and Chattanooga campaigns, battles of Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge. (Wyles Mss 46).
  • [Civil War]. "Incidents of the War" Civil War Photograph Albums. Two photograph albums with 100 images, reproductions of Civil War era notables such as Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, and Robert E. Lee, as well as Civil War sites and battle scenes. Originals were taken by photographers such as George N. Barnard, Mathew Brady, Alexander Gardner, James Gardner, David Knox, and Timothy H. O’Sullivan from 1861 to 1865. (Wyles Mss 54).
  • [Civil War]. [Iowa Civil War Era Diaries]. Two diaries, apparently by a lawyer who represented various soldiers. Bloomfield, Iowa, ca. 1861-1864. (Wyles SC 866).
  • [Civil War]. Jackson, Alfred T. [Private, Kansas Mounted Infantry, 1st Regiment, Co. D; First Lieutenant, U.S. Colored Infantry, 79th Regiment]. 16 Civil War documents, 1864-1865. (Wyles SC 422).
  • [Civil War]. Jackson, Andrew, Jr. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Major General Pillow (C.S.A.), recommending a plantation manager who “has the reputation of being the best manager in all Louisiana for cotton, corn & Negroes…”and noting that he has a son Andrew who is serving with Pillow. Hermitage, near Nashville, Tennessee, 19 Oct. 1861. (Wyles SC 124).
  • [Civil War]. Jackson, Gen. T. J. [Stonewall]. Six engraved portraits of Jackson in uniform, some Civil War era. (Wyles SC 728).
  • [Civil War]. Jackson, James B. [Civil War Union Private, 1st Rhode Island Detached Militia, Company K]. Photocopies of 11 letters (ALS) to his mother, 1861. (Wyles SC 539).
  • [Civil War]. Johnson [Benjamin W.] Collection. 122-page Civil War autograph book belonging to Benjamin W. Johnson (15th Arkansas Regiment), with signatures and statements, mainly from fellow Confederate prisoners held at Fort Warren, Boston Harbor, Massachusetts, entries dated from April to July 1862. The book also includes a sketch of a naval battle and a carte de visite, presumably of Johnson. (Wyles SC 590).
  • [Civil War]. King, Tertullus. Two Civil War letters (ALS), 1863, to King, of Trumansburg, New York, one from a soldier describing his experiences, and one letter (ALS) to Martha [Skutt ?] talking about going to a soldiers’ ball and becoming a nurse, 1862. (Wyles SC 133).
  • [Civil War]. King [William F.] Civil War Correspondence, 1864-1865. (Wyles SC 1059).
  • [Civil War]. Korn, Bertram Wallace. Photocopy of one letter [TLS], from Frank L. Hieronymus, Dean of Faculty, Westmont College, to Dr. Rollin Quimby, University of California, Santa Barbara, re Jewish services during the Civil War. Laid in: Korn’s Was There a Confederate Jewish Chaplain? Santa Barbara, 20 Nov. 1964. (Wyles SC 567).
  • [Civil War]. Kregor, Herman H. One Civil War printed document with holographic additions, discharge papers for Civil War Union soldier, Co. G, 16th Pennsylvania Cavalry, 1865. (Wyles SC 894).
  • [Civil War]. Leach, William H. [Sergeant, 12th West Virginia Volunteers, Co. A]. Three Civil War diaries, 1862-1864 (extensive descriptions of daily life and military engagements); five accompanying letters (ALS); list of those present and absent on 21 May 1864; essay on the soldier; and form transmitting Medal of Honor to family of William H. Leach, deceased, 1867. (Wyles SC 516).
  • [Civil War]. Leggett (Mortimer) Collection, ca. 1800-1896. Collection of a Civil War Union general, primarily correspondence from Civil War and post-war era. Includes correspondence with Ulysses S. Grant. (Wyles Mss 21).
  • [Civil War]. Lewis, Lloyd. Correspondence and typescript notes, ca. 1930s-1940s by an historian who wrote extensively on Kansas, Lincoln, and the Civil War. (Wyles SC 875).
  • [Civil War]. [Libby Prison]. One printed engraving, “Officers of the United States Army and Navy Prisoners of War, Libby Prison, Richmond, Va.,” with lists of officers, by rank, 1864. (Wyles SC 943).
  • [Civil War]. Littell, E. One Civil War era letter (ADS) to Horatio King, re personal matters, 23 Sept. 1863. (Wyles SC 929).
  • [Civil War]. Loomis, Col. [United States Army. Recruiting Service]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Lieut. R. G. Welles, re recruiting issues. Fort Columbus, 6 Feb. 1864. (Wyles SC 261).
  • [Civil War]. Loomis [R. H.] Collection, ca 1864-1865, 1886. About 100 Civil War documents of Royal H. Loomis, a Union captain, 2nd Michigan Cavalry, Co. A, including mustering and mustering out rolls, orders, lists of equipment and stores, and discharge papers, the bulk from 1864-1865. Also, an 1886 document certifying Loomis’ service in the Civil War. (Wyles Mss 23).
  • [Civil War]. Lorenzo, Thomas [General]. One Civil War document, Special Orders No. 164, ordering Captain Joseph H. Bradley, 5th New York Volunteers, to rejoin his command. Washington, 17 July 1862. (Wyles SC 138).
  • [Civil War]. Love, W. M. [Tennessee Cavalry, 4th Regiment (Vol), Company F]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to his brother and sister. New Orleans, 12 Mar. 1865. (Wyles SC 413).
  • [Civil War]. Lyford, [Charles H.?]. One Civil War note (ANS) from Headquarters, Department of the Tennessee re order to report to duty at Huntsville, Alabama. Nashville, Tennessee, 20 Feb. 1864. (Wyles SC 560).
  • [Civil War]. Macy [George N.] / Amasa L. Lincoln Papers, ca. 1779-1899 [bulk dates 1850s-1880s]. Correspondence, photo album, scrapbook, and other Civil War materials, mainly relating to the Twentieth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. Includes correspondence, 1861-1865, from Harvard graduate and Brevet Major General George N. Macy to friend, Boston banker Amasa Lyman Lincoln. (Wyles Mss 35).
  • [Civil War]. Maple, H[arry] L. [Sergeant Major, Pennsylvania Cavalry, 14th Regiment (Vol)]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Mr. Evans, 30 Mar. 1865. (Wyles SC 401).
  • [Civil War]. Marks [A. L.] Civil War Diary, 1861-1864. Diary of a Chicagoan who enlisted as a very young man in the 13th Illinois Vol. Infantry, at Dixon, Illinois and who was held at Cahaba Prison for ten months, during the Civil War. (Wyles SC 306).
  • [Civil War]. Maryland. Fifth Maryland Infantry (Vols). One Civil War document (ADS): Return of Deceased Soldiers. Newport News, Virginia, 11 June 1865. (Wyles SC 545).
  • [Civil War]. Maryland. Second Eastern Shore Maryland Infantry (Vols). Two Civil War documents (ADS), one re return of deceased soldiers and the other re cost of furnishing transportation to a Sergeant E. Hansen, 1864. (Wyles SC 544).
  • [Civil War]. Maryland. Second Eastern Shore Maryland Infantry (Vols). One Civil War document (ADS): Return of Deceased Soldiers. Maryland Heights, 15 Mar. 1864. (Wyles SC 544).
  • [Civil War]. Mason, James H. [Private, Illinois Cavalry, 8th Regiment, Company K]. One Civil War document (ADS): Discharge, 23 Apr. 1862. (Wyles SC 419).
  • [Civil War]. Massachusetts Infantry, 12th Regiment Records, ca. 1861-1864. Civil War individual service and medical records, lists of circulars, regimental and regular orders received, order books – one with a short history, and photographs for the Massachusetts Infantry, 12th Regiment (Vol.), ca 1861-1864. (Wyles Mss 47).
  • [Civil War]. McClellan, George. One handwritten Civil War telegram, signed Maj. Gen. McClellan, Aug. 24, 1862, re the situation at Rappahannock Station, VA, where a series of minor battles were occurring as a prelude to Gen. Stonewall Jackson’s march on Manassas Junction. (Wyles SC 260).
  • [Civil War]. [McClellan, George]. Political cartoon, "How Columbia receives McClellan’s Salutation from the Chicago Platform," referring to McClellan’s 1864 Presidential race to end the Civil War by compromising with the South. (Wyles SC 758).
  • [Civil War]. McClellan, George. Three engraved portraits of McClellan in uniform, 1861, 1864, n.d. (Wyles SC 834).
  • [Civil War]. McClellan, George B. [Civil War General]. One photograph [carte de visité] of Civil War General George McClellan and wife, n.d., with letter of verification from Lincolniana expert H. E. Baker to William Wyles, 1939. (Wyles SC 624).
  • [Civil War]. McConnell [Robert L.] Collection, ca 1861-1865, 1893. Civil War and later items, of Robert L. McConnell, a Union lieutenant with the Ohio Infantry, 8th Regiment. Includes two letters to friend Mary Williams of Medina, OH, 1861-1862, and one from Mary C. McConnell to her granddaughter, 1866, along with a daguerreotype (presumably of McConnell), a pin (with the inscription “Winchester, Antietam, Fredricksburg, Chancelorville, Gettysburg”), four Masonic pins, and two 1893 Columbian Exposition coins. (Wyles Mss 24).
  • [Civil War]. McCord, J. D. One lengthy eight-page Civil War letter (ALS) from J. D. McCord to his cousin, Mrs. R. A. Newton, of Albany, NY, re recent engagements, including a Rebel ambush near Falmouth, Virginia. Also says he has been a butcher the last few months and thinks he is serving the Army just as well by providing food as by killing the enemy. Falmouth, Virginia, 4 May 1862. (Wyles SC 142).
  • [Civil War]. McGee [J. Sears] Collection. ca. early 1600s-1880. Photograph and diary (1854-1865) of Susan Alice Gray Sears, a 17th century indenture, several southern Civil War era newspapers, and a Texas Civil War era broadside. Also, a number of 17th-18th century monographs, cataloged separately. (Mss 136).
  • [Civil War]. McKenney, Thomas Irving [Major]. Photographic copy and typed transcript of a Civil War document (ADS): Official Report, Campaign Army of the Border, re campaign in pursuit of rebel force commanded by Major General Sterling Price. Headquarters, Department of Kansas, Fort Leavenworth, 1 Dec. 1864. (Wyles SC 143).
  • [Civil War]. McNear [George C.] Letters, 1865-1866. Seventeen letters (ALS) to his wife Maria, mainly re his tenuous business efforts in New Orleans, in the wake of the Civil War. (Wyles SC 144).
  • [Civil War]. "Memorial to the Loyal Sons of the South, Brave Confederate Heroes Who Fought and Gave Their Lives in the War of Secession, 1861-1865." Broadside, with numerous portraits, n.d. 2 copies. (Wyles SC 805).
  • [Civil War]. Miller [Martin V.] Civil War Letter, 1861. (Wyles SC 1018).
  • [Civil War]. Moreno [Theodore] Collection, ca. 1861-1865. Typescript copies of Confederate Civil War correspondence and other material related to Theodore Moreno. (Wyles SC 698).
  • [Civil War]. Morgan, E. D. [Civil War Union General and Governor of New York]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Robert Denniston. New York, 13 Feb. 1863. (Wyles SC 160).
  • [Civil War]. Muller [Charles F.] Papers, ca 1783-1892 [bulk dates 1861-1865]. Autograph book, correspondence, diary, documents, reminiscences, and ephemera of Charles F. Muller, a Civil War Union soldier, Pennsylvania Infantry, 29th Regiment (Vol), Co. B, as well as some other items apparently not directly pertaining to Muller. (Wyles Mss 42).
  • [Civil War]. New England Union Volunteer Company Civil War Broadsides, 1864-1865. Three Civil War broadsides, soliciting volunteers. (Wyles SC 350).
  • [Civil War]. [New Hampshire]. One Civil War broadside honoring the dead from various regiments, [1865]. (Wyles SC 351).
  • [Civil War]. New York Cavalry, 5th Reg., Co. G. Civil War clerk’s book, with lists of soldiers, stores, and other, 1864. (Wyles SC 583).
  • [Civil War]. [New York Draft Riots]. Wood engraving, "The Meeting of the Friends, City Hall Park," apparently relating to the New York Draft Riots of 1863. (Wyles SC 837).
  • [Civil War]. New York National Guard 7th Regiment Collection, ca. 1860s-1979. Correspondence, documents, drawing and engravings, history, photographs, proclamations, flags, plaques, bulletins and gazettes, medals, pins, buckles, and other artifacts relating to the New York National Guard, 7th Regiment participation in the Civil War, and the later West Coast Association of its veterans. (Wyles Mss 40).
  • [Civil War]. [New York]. 12th Cavalry Regiment of New York State Volunteers. Three Civil War enlistment forms. Buffalo, New York, 1863. (Wyles SC 920).
  • [Civil War]. New York Infantry. 134th Regiment (Vol). Co. F. One Civil War letter (AL) fragment, from an unknown soldier to his sister Emma re taking leave and tracking down his cousin. Camp near Falmouth, Virginia, 30 Dec. 1862. (Wyles SC 558).
  • [Civil War]. Newton (Captain E. H.) Collection, 1864-1865. 16 Civil War documents, most from the Office of Chief Engineer, Military Division of West Mississippi, New Orleans, pertaining mainly to work on Fort Barrancas (overlooking the entrance to Pensacola Bay). Includes reference to use of “persons of African descent,” particularly the 97th U.S. Colored Infantry. (Wyles SC 595).
  • [Civil War]. Nichols [Clara A.] Civil War Letters, ca. 1861-1869 [bulk dates 1861-1865]. (Wyles Mss 122).
  • [Civil War]. 93rd New York Volunteers. One b/w Civil War group photograph, ca. 1861-1865. (Wyles SC 726).
  • [Civil War]. “Officers of Our Navy.” One Civil War era photoengraving, with images of nine Union officers, 1861. (Wyles SC 688).
  • [Civil War]. Ortale [Bonnie Bunt] Confederate Collection, ca. 1860s, 1885, 1980s. 1885 reproduction of July 2, 1863 issue of Vicksburg Daily Citizen, printed on wallpaper; piece of Confederate flag from Fort Dionelson; and related publication, The Campaigns for Fort Donelson. (Wyles SC 1039).
  • [Civil War]. Otis, Elwell Stephen (1838-1909) [Captain, New York Infantry, 140th Regiment (Vol), Company D]. Civil War diary, 1863, and four documents (AD), mostly accounts, ca. 1863-1864. (Wyles SC 374).
  • [Civil War]. Page, John [1st Georgia Partisan Rangers]. Two Civil War letters (ALS) to wife, Narcissia, mainly about personal matters, 1862. (Wyles SC 576).
  • [Civil War]. Papp [Mary L.] Civil War Letter, Mar. 4, 1863. One letter [ALS] from Papp to [friend?] Em re ladies aid society being escorted around camp at Middlebrook, watching drills, dining with the officers. (Wyles SC 997).
  • [Civil War]. Parker [Merritt S.] Civil War Diary, 1864-1865. Parker was a corporal from Vermont. Most entries (Jan. 1864-Jan. 1865) are in pencil, some very faint. (Wyles SC 956).
  • [Civil War]. Pattison, Alex B. [Captain, 7th Indiana Volunteers, Company A]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Brigadier General L. Thomas, requesting help in returning an absent private to his regiment. Headquarters on the Rapidan River, 26 Sept. 1863. (Wyles SC 322).
  • [Civil War]. Payne, E. B. [Civil War Union Colonel]. One Civil War document (ADS), two letters (ALS) from A. L. Cotes requesting apppointment as Assistant Surgeon, and one manuscript speech, apparently to the Lake County, Illinois Volunteers, 1864-1865. (Wyles SC 317).
  • [Civil War]. [Pennsylvania]. Collection of fragments of Civil War letters and writing excercises, apparently related to a soldier in the 91st Pennsylvania Vols., Co. F., ca. 1861-1862. (Wyles SC 114).
  • [Civil War]. Pennsylvania Infantry, 90th Regiment (Vols.), Civil War History, n.d. Undated handwritten manuscript, "Record of the 90th Regiment," recounting the participation of the Pennsylvania Infantry, 90th Regiment (Vols.) in the Civil War, 1861-1864, including the Battle of Gettysburg in July 1863. (Wyles SC 406).
  • [Civil War]. Phelps, A. C. [U.S. Infantry Colored, 93rd Regiment (Vol), Company I]. Two Civil War letters (ALS) to Friend Fielding {Lieut. F. D. Phillip], asking for news and various other matters including being engaged as Counsel for the Defense in a courtmartial trial of an officer, Aug. 8 and Nov. 6, 1864. (Wyles SC 434).
  • [Civil War]. Phelps, J. W. [Civil War Union General]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to General Thomas Hillhouse. Newport News, Virginia, 6 Nov. 1861. (Wyles SC 172).
  • [Civil War]. Phillips, Wendell (1811-1884). One Civil War era letter (ALS) from reformer and president of Anti-Slavery Society (1865-1870) to Mrs. H. Halstead. Boston, 15 Apr. 1864. (Wyles SC 173).
  • [Civil War]. Phillips, Wendell. One Civil War note (ANS), 25 May 1861. (Wyles SC 174).
  • [Civil War]. Pomeroy [George W.] Civil War Collection, ca. 1863-1865, 1907. Correspondence and documents of an Ohio soldier. (Wyles SC 1006).
  • [Civil War]. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Civil War Documents, 1864. General and Special Orders, Headquarters, Department of the Monongahela and Susquehanna, seven leaves re recruitment of soldiers, with printed newspaper advertisements attached. (Wyles SC 1090).
  • [Civil War]. [Porter, Fitz John]. Typescript brief of Otto Eisenschiml’s testimony re General Porter’s Civil War era courtmartial proceedings, n.d. Also, one letter (ALS) to Lt. Col. Daniel Ruggles, 1859. (Wyles SC 898).
  • [Civil War]. Randolph, Edmund (1819-1861). Newspaper supplement, with text of speech by Randolph, Californian and southern sympathizer, at the Theatre in San Jose, [CA] 1861. (Wyles SC 695).
  • [Civil War]. Rapier, John L. Four letters (ALS) with Edward E. Bradbury and Postmaster, Richmond, Virginia, re Civil War experiences and long lost book, 1880. (Wyles SC 478).
  • [Civil War]. Ray [Lyman B.] Civil War Letter, Oct. 21, 1862. 1 letter (ALS) from a soldier with the 104th New York to his friend Pickie re recent battle news, being shot, and looking forward to being discharged. (Wyles SC 998).
  • [Civil War]. Reppert, B. B. B. [U.S. Infantry Colored, 83rd Regiment, Company D]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to his cousin. Huntersville, Arkansas, 10 July 1865. (Wyles SC 433).
  • [Civil War]. Reynolds, Elon G. One printed Civil War broadside, “Standard—Extra. Hillsdale, November 7, 1863…,” giving names [including Reynolds] of those drawn in the Hillsdale Co. [MI] draft. This copy from the family of Reynolds. (Wyles SC 706).
  • [Civil War]. Reynolds [Joseph Smith]. Civil War diary, 1862, of a Union officer with the 64th Illinois Vol., Co. F., who graduated from high school in Chicago in July 1861, enlisted the next month, took part in 17 battles, was wounded in action three times, and was promoted several times, from 2nd lieutenant to brev. brigadier-general of volunteers by 1865. He later became a lawyer and public official. (Wyles SC 307).
  • [Civil War]. Rhode Island Artillery. 3rd Regiment. One document (AD): Roster, 1 Jan. 1864. (Wyles SC 538).
  • [Civil War]. Rice, James C. [Colonel, New York State (Infantry?), 44th Regiment]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Erastus Corning. New York, 5 Dec. 1862. (Wyles SC 362).
  • [Civil War]. Ricketts, Ben. One Civil War letter (ALS) to his sister. Fort Marshall [Baltimore, MD], 14 May 1862. (Wyles SC 189).
  • [Civil War]. Ripley, D., Sr. (Rev.), et al. One document [ADS], letter of recommendation to the Christian Commission. Wesleyville, [PA?], 8 July 1864. (Wyles SC 190).
  • [Civil War]. Ripley, J[ames] W. [Civil War Union General]. One letter (ALS), 1837, and two Civil War telegraph messages, 1861. (Wyles SC 191).
  • [Civil War]. Rivenburg, H. H. [Private, Pennsylvania Infantry, 143rd Regiment (Vol), Company B]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to family re battle news and work in the hospital, filling prescriptions and other duties. Hospital, Camp near Bell Plain, Virginia, 29 Mar. 1863. (Wyles SC 410).
  • [Civil War]. Roberts, Oran Milo [Governor of Texas, 1879-1883]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to C. H. Randolph re financial matters. Tyler, Texas, 24 May 1861. (Wyles SC 470).
  • [Civil War]. Rogers [Alexander] Collection, ca. 1861-1862. Civil War era receipts, essays, notes, poems, and obituary notice of a soldier with the Ohio Volunteers, 66th Regiment. (Wyles SC 467).
  • [Civil War]. Rood, Amos D. [Lieutenant, Wisconsin Infantry, 7th Regiment (Vol), Co. K.]. Reminiscences derived from Civil War diaries, 1861-1866. Written ca. 1906. (Wyles SC 514).
  • [Civil War]. Ross, L. S. [Brig. Gen.]. Copy of Civil War document [ADS], communications with Major McKee re surrender of Fort Redoubt [Pensacola, FL]. Yazoo City [MS], 5 Mar. 1864. (Wyles SC 659).
  • [Civil War]. Roxbury City Guard, Co. D. Mounted photograph of an 1861 drawing showing the company in formation, next to log cabin barracks. (Wyles SC 731).
  • [Civil War]. Russell, D[avid] A. [Civil War Union General]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to his mother and sister re advance of the Army of the Potomac. Camp Smith, Virginia, [ca. 1861-1865]. (Wyles SC 197).
  • [Civil War]. Sackett, Edwin M. (1844-1915) [Artificer, New York Engineers, 50th Regiment (Vol), Company B]. Papers, including Civil War diary (1865), discharge, and typescript biographical sketch. (Wyles SC 363).
  • [Civil War]. Saint-Pierre, H. C. [Corporal, New York Volunteers, 76th Regiment, Company F; later, Judge]. One typescript ms re escape from the Confederate prison camp at Andersonville, n.d. (Wyles SC 368).
  • [Civil War]. Sawyer [James H.] Papers, 1861-1865, 1879-1882 [bulk dates 1861-1865]. Primarily correspondence and diaries of a Civil War Union soldier in the Connecticut Infantry, 18th Regiment (Vol.), Company B. (Wyles Mss 33).
  • [Civil War]. Scott, David S. [Private, Indiana Infantry, 8th Regiment (Vol), Company H]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Miss Kate Missimer. Camp near St. Genievieve, Missouri, 15 Mar. 1863. (Wyles SC 323).
  • [Civil War]. Scott, Thomas A. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Dr. John Swinburne re Medical Board to examine applications for brigade surgeons. 20 Sept. 1861. (Wyles SC 270).
  • [Civil War]. Sedgwick [John] Papers. One carte de visite photo of John Sedgwick, Civil War Union General, 6th Army Corps, and a 13 page handwritten report by him, to Brig. Gen. S. Williams of the Army of the Potomac, concerning movements of the 6th Army Corps around Fredericksburg, Virginia, from April 28 to May 5, 1863. (Wyles SC 201).
  • [Civil War]. Seward, William H. [U.S. Secretary of State]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Judge Charles A. Peabody of New Orleans. Department of State, Washington, [D.C.], 11 Feb. 1863. (Wyles SC 204).
  • [Civil War]. Shell, Fred B. One Civil War sketch map of Vicksburg and one carte de visite photograph of Shell, a war correspondent for Harpers Weekly, with Grant’s army during the siege of Vicksburg, 1863. (Wyles SC 199).
  • [Civil War]. Shepard (Isaac F.) Collection, ca. 1830s-1880s. Commander of the 52nd U.S. Infantry, Colored, from 1863 onwards, making him ranking regimental officer (initially as Colonel, later as Brigadier General) of all colored troops in the Union. Includes an 1863 diary, Court of Inquiry Papers, and related correspondence, which document a seminal incident in which Shepard defended his troops against hostile treatment by white Union troops, was arrested, but subsequently had all charges dismissed by Gen. Grant and was restored to his command. (Wyles Mss 74).
  • [Civil War]. Shill, Joseph. One document (ADS), Civil War era loyalty statement, 1862. (Wyles SC 904).
  • [Civil War]. Shirley [John S.] Papers, 1863, 1865. Civil War correspondence, discharge, clippings of letters printed in an unidentified newspapers, and handwritten poem, “Marching through Georgia: A Ballad of 1863,” of a private in the Iowa Cavalry, 4th Regiment (Vol), Company A. (Wyles SC 326).
  • [Civil War]. 6th New York Heavy Artillery Collection, ca 1860s-1900. Correspondence, documents, maps, sketches, newspaper clippings, and historical recollections regarding the involvement of the New York Heavy Artillery, 6th Regiment (Vol.) in the Civil War, apparently as collected by The Fraternity of the Survivors of the Sixth New York Volunteer Artillery, organized at Yonkers, NY, 1890. (Wyles Mss 38).
  • [Civil War]. Smith, Anson [Illinois Infantry, 104th Regiment (Vols), Company D]. Six Civil War era letters (ALS), 1860-1862. (Wyles SC 320).
  • [Civil War]. Smith, Augustus G. Scrapbook entitled “Civil War Time: Memories and Experiences…,” with clippings from newspaper account by Smith, 1914. (Wyles SC 604).
  • [Civil War]. Smith, William. One Civil War letter (ALS) to his sister [Sevilla Smith?], mainly re personal and family matters. (Wyles SC 531).
  • [Civil War]. Snook, J. J. One printed poem, “The Glorious 22nd,” re the Civil War actions of the 22nd Michigan. Rochester, Michigan, 23 Aug. 1909. (Wyles SC 213).
  • [Civil War]. [Song Sheet]. One handcolored Civil War era song sheet, “Victory at Last [Fort Sumter],” n.d. (Wyles SC 873).
  • [Civil War]. Southern Prisoners’ Relief Fund Broadside, ca. 1864. One broadside, “Southern Prisoners’ Relief Fund,” soliciting contributions from Southerners residing in Europe during the Civil War. Printed in Liverpool, England, ca. 1864. (Wyles SC 217).
  • [Civil War]. Spaulding, L. E. One Civil War letter (ALS) from a soldier in the 39th Massachusetts, re personal matters and daily camp life. Camp Grover, Orffutts Cross Roads, 23 Nov. 1862. (Wyles SC 51).
  • [Civil War]. Spence, John A. [New Jersey Infantry, 13th Regiment (Vol), Company D]. Three Civil War letters (ALS), discussing illness, poor condition of hospitals and roads, and details about military engagements, 1863. (Wyles SC 352).
  • [Civil War]. Stamps. Collection re commemoration of Abraham Lincoln and Civil War, ca. 1950s-1990s. (Wyles SC 499).
  • [Civil War]. Stanford-Smith Families Papers, ca. 1861-1868. Primarily Civil War era correspondence, from Benjamin R. Stanford, Pennsylvania Infantry, 102nd Regiment (Vol), Co. M, and George W. Smith, Pennsylvania Infantry, 102nd Regiment (Vol), Co. F. (Wyles Mss 43).
  • [Civil War]. Starr, William N. [Civil War Union Captain, Ohio Infantry, 42nd Regiment (Vol), Co. C]. Collection of correspondence to family members, 1862-1864. Photocopies of typescript copies. (Wyles SC 559).
  • [Civil War]. Stephens, Alexander Hamilton (1812-1883; Vice President of C.S.A.). One Civil War letter (ALS) to his brother Linton. Sparta, Georgia, 18 February 1863. (Wyles SC 224).
  • [Civil War]. Stockwell, Alonzo. One MS Civil War diary, 1864. (Wyles SC 227).
  • [Civil War]. Stone, Charles P. [Civil War Union General]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to General H. B. Franklin. New Orleans, 26 Nov. 1863. (Wyles SC 229).
  • [Civil War]. Storer [James B.] Papers, ca. 1834-1882. Contains an 1834 book of common prayer (given to James B. Storer by his father in 1844), photographs of Storer and his family, an 1853-1866 diary (Storer was in California during the Civil War), an 1866 commission in the California national guard, and later bills and receipts (Riverhead, Long Island, New York), ca. 1872-1890. (Wyles Mss 77).
  • [Civil War]. Storke, Charles Albert. Collection of letters, photographic negatives, and clippings, mainly pertaining to Andersonville [Civil War] survivors, ca. 1911-1912. (SC 292).
  • [Civil War]. [Stough, Oliver J.] Copy of "Memoirs and Memories of Oliver J. Stough, 1828-1925," written by Isabella Churchill, descendent of Stough. Includes Mexican War and Civil War accounts. (SC 752).
  • [Civil War]. Stoughton [Edwin Henry] Civil War Collection, ca. 1862-1907. Typescript and manuscript text re Stoughton’s Civil War career, which ended after being captured by John S. Mosby at Fairfax [VA] Court House. (Wyles Mss 107).
  • [Civil War]. Summers, James F. [Captain, Ohio Infantry, 70th Regiment, Company B]. Civil War collection, including extensive correspondence (mainly to wife), along with diary, documents and newspaper accounts of the unit’s activities, ca. 1861-1866. (Wyles SC 383).
  • [Civil War]. Sweeney, Richard S. [Corporal, Kentucky Infantry, 5th Regiment (Vol), Company B, Louisville Legion]. Civil War correspondence, ca. 1862. (Wyles SC 329).
  • [Civil War]. Taylor, John Robert [Private, New York Infantry, 42nd Regiment (Vol), Company C]. One journal, earliest entries dealing with Civil War service, 1861-1921. (Wyles SC 361).
  • [Civil War]. Temple, James W. 1857-1865 Papers, correspondence and poetry from a Civil War Union captain in Company D of the 101st Regiment of the United States Colored Infantry. (Wyles SC 935).
  • [Civil War]. Thomas, Henry Goddard [Captain, U.S. Infantry, 11th Regiment (Vol)] (1837-1897). Collection of 33 Civil War letters and documents, mainly reports re recruiting efforts, 1861-1862. (Wyles SC 437).
  • [Civil War]. Thomas, Lorenzo [United States. War Dept.]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Captain T. E. Ellsworth re promotion. Signed by Lorenzo Thomas [later appointed Secretary of War ad interim 21 Feb. 1868]. Washington, [D.C.], 23 June 1865. (Wyles SC 273).
  • [Civil War]. Thompson, Meriwether Jeff [Brigadier General C.S.A.]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Brigadier General Gideon J. Pillow. Columbus, Kentucky, 7 Sept. 1861. (Wyles SC 246).
  • [Civil War]. Thompson [William D.] Papers. Civil War correspondence of Thompson, a major with the U.S. Infantry, District of Washington, Paymaster, mostly to his wife, 1864-1865. Also, one poem, 1828. (Wyles SC 435).
  • [Civil War]. Tibbal [Albert H.] Civil War Letters, ca. 1863-1865. Approx. 42 letters. (Wyles SC 980).
  • [Civil War]. Townsend [Edward Davis] Collection, ca. 1864-1878. Four Civil War related items, including two documents, one Civil War era engraving of Major General Townsend in uniform, and one letter, 1878, declining to furnish copies of Civil War reports in advance of their publication. Townsend [1817-1893] was principal executive officer of the War Department during the Civil War was chosen to represent the army at the various funerals for Lincoln. As adjutant general of the army, he also was responsible for developing the plan for a United States military prison, resulting in the establishment of the prison at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. (Wyles SC 249).
  • [Civil War]. Trobriand [Philippe Régis Denis de Keredern de] Collection, ca. 1867. Two small manuscripts, in French, of misprints and corrections to Trobriand’s Civil War experiences, Quatre ans de campagnes a l’Armée du Potomac (1867), later translated as Four Years with the Army of the Potomac. (Wyles SC 251).
  • [Civil War]. Truesdell, Sanford Norton [Sargeant, New York Infantry, 122nd Regiment (Vol), Company K]. Papers, including two Civil War letters (ALS) 1862, family history, and carte de visite of Truesdell in uniform. (Wyles SC 372).
  • [Civil War]. Turner, Emory S. [Lieutenant, New York Infantry, 120th Regiment, Company D]. Copy of Civil War manuscript re spending last year of war in Washington, [D.C.]. (Wyles SC 371).
  • [Civil War]. Twilley, Benjamin F. One Civil War letter (ALS) to a friend, talking about his failing health and requesting postage stamps. Point Lookout, Maryland, 21 Sept. 1864. (Wyles SC 92).
  • [Civil War]. Tyler [Rev. George P.] Civil War Letters, 1861. One letter [ALS] to Tyler, from W. H Parker, re his son John E. Parker, 6th Vermont Infantry, Co. A., and one letter from Tom Warren, re support for missions. (Wyles SC 963).
  • [Civil War]. U.S. Army. Missouri Infantry, 23rd Regiment (Vols), Co. A., Clothing Account Book, 1861-1864. Leatherbound volume, Civil War era, with lists of clothing issued to soldiers in Company A, 1861-1864, along with a one-page return for Company E, of present and absent officers and enlisted men for September 1864. (Wyles Mss 62).
  • [Civil War]. U.S. Army. New Jersey Infantry, 4th Regiment (Vols), Co. B., Morning Reports, 1861-1862. Leatherbound volume, Civil War era, with entries kept by Captain William Seddon, of numbers of officers and enlisted men present and absent for Company B of the New Jersey 4th, Aug. 1861-Mar. 1862. (Wyles Mss 63).
  • [Civil War]. U.S. Army. Ohio Infantry, 42nd Regiment (Vols), Co. C, Clothing Account Book, 1861-1864. Bound volume, Civil War era, with lists of clothing issued to soldiers of the Ohio Infantry, 42nd Regiment, Company C. (Wyles Mss 64).
  • [Civil War]. U.S. Colored Infantry, 69th Regiment. One Civil War document (ADS): Special Orders from General Superintendent of Freedmen re change of command. Memphis, 6 Feb. 1864. (Wyles SC 421).
  • [Civil War]. U. S. Colored Troops, 30th Regiment, Company D. One Civil War document: "Inventory and Inspection Report of Unserviceable Stores…" Includes items such as bayonet scabbards, cartridge boxes, rifles, and belts. (Wyles SC 15).
  • [Civil War]. U.S. Sanitary Commission. One Civil War letter (ALS) from A. J. Bloor, response to complaints about camp conditions. Washington, D.C., 19 Dec. 1861. (Wyles SC 268).
  • [Civil War]. U.S. Steamer Shaumut. One notebook: Muster Roll, including lists of officers, petty officers, seamen, ladsmen, Marines and others on the U.S. Steamer Shaumut, flagship of York River flotilla, commanded by John G. Walker during the Civil War, [ca. 1865]. (Wyles SC 507).
  • [Civil War]. Union Volunteer Refreshment Committee. Two small printed Civil War era cards, issued by the Union Volunteer Refreshment Committee of Philadelphia, listing officers, committee members, history and statement of purpose, and also including engravings of the committee’s refreshment saloon and hospital. According to the cards, nearly 300,000 soldiers had been assisted by the end of 1862, as they passed through Philadelphia, and the refreshment saloon could feed up to 15,000 soldiers in a single day. (Wyles SC 274).
  • [Civil War]. United States Christian Commission. One Civil War document: Certificate entitling bearer to soldier’s coal. [Washington, D.C.?], 1864. (Wyles SC 275).
  • [Civil War]. United States Equitist League. Printed Civil War broadside, with a resolution introduced in the House of Representatives, Dec. 14, 1863, by Hon. Aaron Harding of Kentucky and supported by the New York representatives of the United States Equitist League [U.S. E. L.], which reads as follows: “That the Union has not been dissolved, and that whenever the Rebellion in any of the Seceded States shall be put down and subdued, either by force of the Federal army, or by the voluntary submission of the people of such State to the authority of the Constitution, then such State will thereby be restored to all the rights and privileges as a State of the Union, under the Constitution of such State and the Constitution of the United States, including the right to regulate, order, and control its own domestic institutions according to the Constitution and laws of such State, free from all Congressional or Executive control and dictation.” Issued for the State [of New York] by Border State Lodge, No. 3, of the city of New York, Jan. 4, 1864. (Wyles SC 263).
  • [Civil War]. United States. Navy Department. One Civil War era printed document: "Regulations which govern the admission of candidates into the Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD," 7 Jan. 1861. (Wyles SC 264).
  • [Civil War]. U.S.S. Skirmisher. Civil War ship’s logbook, 1862-1863. (Wyles SC 509).
  • [Civil War]. Vallandigham, Clement L. [Congressman from Ohio]. Printed Civil War speech, delivered in the House of Representatives, Feb. 3, 1862. (Wyles SC 860).
  • [Civil War]. Van Winkle, Simeon J. [New Jersey, 25th Regiment (Vol), Company H]. Two Civil War letters (ALS) and one handwritten account described as “a record of the prinicipal events since I have been a soldier,” 1863. (Wyles SC 353).
  • [Civil War]. Virginia Cavalry. 17th Regiment. One Civil War note (ANS) from Samuel Sheppard re removal of rails from fence. Near Moonfield Virginia, 10 Aug. 1864. (Wyles SC 534).
  • [Civil War]. Wade [Benjamin F.] Correspondence, 1861, 1863, 1867. Three letters (ALS) relating to Benjamin F. [B. F.] Wade (1800-1878), abolitionist and Whig/Republican Senator from Ohio, 1851-1869. Wade was co-author of the Wade-Davis bill on reconstruction, which was pocket-vetoed by President Lincoln, and the subsequent Wade-Davis Manifesto. He often was at odds with Lincoln, who he held responsible for the slow progress of the Union in the Civil War. (Wyles SC 281).
  • [Civil War]. Waite [Morrison R.] Collection, 1862, n.d. One Civil War era note (ANS), 1862, from Morrison R. Waite (1816-1888) re financial matters and one undated engraving of Waite. Waite later gained national attention in 1871 as a representative with the U.S. delegation to an international arbitration involving a dispute between the United States and Great Britain, over the outfitting of Confederate vessels in British ports. In the settlement, the United States was awarded $15.5 million. In 1874 Pres. Grant nominated Waite as Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, a position that had been vacated by Salmon P. Chase. He was confirmed by the Senate and served as Chief Justice until his death in 1888. (Wyles SC 282).
  • [Civil War]. Wallace [Lewis], 1862, 1904-1905. One Civil War letter (ALS) from Union General Lewis Wallace to Governor Robinson of Kentucky, Aug. 22, 1862, re raising 4,000-5,000 mounted Home Guards, which he sees as the quickest way of getting a proper force into the field. (Wyles SC 285).
  • [Civil War]. Waller, M. A. One Civil War era letter (ALS) to his cousin, Dr. [?] Stont, re Southern sentiments at the end of the Civil War. Montgomery, 31 July [ca. 1865]. (Wyles SC 519).
  • [Civil War]. Washburn, J. One four-page Civil War letter (ALS) from J. Washburn to his brother, defending the Confederacy, about a month after the attack on Fort Sumter. Washburn had recently visited his brother, possibly in Princeton, and he describes at length the opposing views that the two have on causes for the differences between the South and the North. Savannah, GA, May 16, 1861. (Wyles SC 289).
  • [Civil War]. Watkins, Louis D. [Civil War Union General]. One Civil War letter (ALS) re recruiting Kentucky troops. Louisville, 8 July 1865. (Wyles SC 290).
  • [Civil War]. Wheeler, E. G. [Major Cmdg. Post, C.S.A.]. One Civil War handwritten telegram to Captain D. D. Sandidge re lack of news about Union troop movements. Okolona, Mississippi, 10 July 1863. (Wyles SC 239).
  • [Civil War]. Wheeler, William A. One Civil War letter (ALS) from United States, Quartermaster General’s Office, re contract for horses. Washington, [D.C.], 15 July 1861. (Wyles SC 271).
  • [Civil War]. Whitney (Daniel S.) Papers, 1864-1977. Includes Civil War correspondence and diary of the Reverend Daniel Saunders Whitney, Massachusetts abolitionist. Several of the letters are written from the Colored Hospital, City Point, VA, then the Base Hospital Army of the James Point of Rocks, VA, where the U.S. Sanitary Commission had stationed Whitney, and where he attended to the spiritual, as well as dietary, needs of the patients. The diary also contains numerous entries describing medical conditions, patients, and surgeons in the hospital wards. (Wyles SC 298).
  • [Civil War]. Whitney [Frances Ann] Scrapbook, ca. 1858-1866. Includes Civil War clippings, poems and other writings. (Wyles SC 54).
  • [Civil War]. Wilson, Harrison [25th Ohio Infantry]. Collection of Civil War related material, including a letter (ALS) from [Gen.] M[ortimer] D. Leggett, 1883, asking for his remembrances of the Battle of Atlanta, July 22, 1864, and a 16-page typescript of his Civil War experiences, recounted in 1923. (Wyles SC 125).
  • [Civil War]. Young Family Papers, ca. 1839-1911. Correspondence and business-related materials concerning the Young family of Paw Paw, Michigan, as well as correspondence relating to a number of other Michigan families including Butler, Carpenter, Comstock, Goodrich, Henry, Hibner, Maloney, Moyer, Nellie, Poucher, Richards, Shallenberger, Shekell, Toll, Tucker, Welch, and Wood. Interspersed throughout the collection are Civil War letters from members of the various families. (Wyles Mss 19).
  • Civil War Amnesty Oath. One Civil War era printed document, signed by J. H. Westcott, stating he will “faithfully defend the Constitution of the United States and the States there-under; and that I will in like manner abide by and support all laws and proclamations which have been made during the existing rebellion with reference to the Emancipation of Slavery…” Galveston, Texas, 28 June 1865. (Wyles SC 8).
  • Civil War Arms, 1860-1861. 13 items – bills, notes, letter, re purchase of guns from Baltimore arms dealer, Magruder, Taylor & Roberts. Includes mention of Colts, Whitneys, Smith & Wessons, as well as cartridges and powder flasks. Some orders are from Southern buyers in North and South Carolina. (Wyles SC 961).
  • Civil War Autographs. One of Gen. Jubal A. Early, 7 Sept. 1885, and one of Gen. Gabriel Rene Paul, 1 Jan. 1864. (Wyles SC 135).
  • Civil War Battlefield Scenes, ca. 1860s-1970s. Engravings, lithographs, and color prints of Civil War battles and battlefields, from diverse sources. Includes original printed items (some disbound), as well as later (some recent) reproductions. (Wyles Mss 81).
  • Civil War Biographical Sketches. 35 printed cards, with color illustrations, containing biographical sketches of prominent Union and Confederate officers such as Admiral David G. Farragut, General James A. Garfield, General William T. Sherman, and General Pierre G. Beauregard, ca. late 1800s. (Wyles SC 739).
  • Civil War Broadside. "A few facts to be considered before voting for President," 1864. (Wyles SC 458).
  • Civil War Broadside. Two printed poems, "Meagher’s Letter on the American War," written from the perspective of Irish soldiers fighting for the Union, and "A Dream of Napoleon." Liverpool, ca. 1864-1865. (Wyles SC 473).
  • Civil War Broadside. "Proclamation of Emancipation … by President Lincoln, January 1st, 1863." Advertisement for copy of the document, lithographed by Rosenthal, and published by L. Franklin Smith, Philadelphia, ca. 1865. (Wyles SC 476).
  • Civil War Broadside. "Died, Near the South-side Railroad, on Sunday, April 9th, 1865, The Southern Confederacy, Aged Four Years …," printed by James B. Rodgers, Philadelphia. (Wyles SC 751).
  • Civil War Color Lithograph. "Soldier’s Depot - Wash & Bath Room (Basement),” by Major & Knapp, New York, printed for D. T. Valentine’s Manual, 1864. (Wyles SC 740).
  • Civil War Commemoration Programs and Flyers, 1876-1896. (Wyles SC 1077).
  • Civil War Cover. One unused Civil War cover, 1861, with the verse ”Jeff Davis and Stevens may come with their troops, But when our boys give them a set to, Their proud flag of treason they’ll twist into ropes, And bang them upon their Palmetto.” Magee, Philadelphia, 1861. (Wyles SC 950).
  • Civil War Covers. Six printed envelopes, ca. 1861-1865. Five are used. One is Confederate and one is addressed to a Kingsley Wyles, Washington, D.C. (Wyles SC 922).
  • Civil War Covers – Scrapbook, ca. early 1860s. Approximately 136 unused Civil War Union covers (mailing envelopes). (Wyles SC 585).
  • Civil War Currency, ca. 1861-1865. Includes U. S. fractional currency and Confederate currency. (Wyles Mss 101).
  • [Civil War Document]. Adams Express Company. One Civil War era document, for receipt of one keg, at the Chambersby agency, 6 Jan. 1865. (Wyles SC 3).
  • [Civil War Document]. American Exchange Bank, Oswego County, New York. One Civil War era document, war loan bond, 1 Apr. 1863. (Wyles SC 254).
  • [Civil War Document]. “Annual Report, Fifth Company, Court Martial for 1864.” New York, 1 Jan. 1865. (Wyles SC 680).
  • [Civil War Document]. Barrett, David [Massachusetts Cavalry, 1st Regiment (Vol)]. One Civil War document (ADS): descriptive list of a detachment of recruits being transferred to Camp of Rendezvous (Barrett is the only person listed), 4 Jan. 1864. (Wyles SC 426).
  • [Civil War Document]. Bell, Luther [Surgeon, Massachusetts Infantry, 11th Regiment (Vol)]. One document (ADS): General Orders No. 8, re assignment to duty. Headquarters, Hookers Brigade, Camp Union, 16 Aug. 1861. (Wyles SC 432).
  • [Civil War Document]. Brown, Samuel T. [U.S. Navy, Paymaster]. Twelve Civil War documents: eleven guards’ passes and one check, 1863-1865. (Wyles SC 508).
  • [Civil War Document]. Davis, Phineas A. [Captain, Massachusetts Volunteers, Provost Marshall]. One Civil War document (ADS): Guard Pass issued for William B. Newman, 6 Jan. 1862. (Wyles SC 425).
  • [Civil War Document]. 55th Pensylvania. One Civil War document: Poll-book for October Election, 1864. (Wyles SC 666).
  • [Civil War Document]. 52nd Pennsylvania Vol. One Civil War document: Clothing account, 1865. (Wyles SC 667).
  • [Civil War Document]. Drummond, Richard. [21st Alabama Vol., Company K]. One Confederate Civil War document (ADS), discharge papers. Richmond, Virginia, 14 Sept. 1863. (Wyles SC 55).
  • [Civil War Document]. 1st Alabama Vol., Company E. One Confederate Civil War document (ADS), Court Martial charges against Private William Price. Meridian, Mississippi, 10 Dec. 1863. (Wyles SC 47).
  • [Civil War Document]. 1st South Carolina Artillery, Co. C. One Confederate Civil War document: Special Orders, No.5, for unidentified soldier to report, issued by Head-Quarters, Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. Charleston, S.C., 5 Jan. 1864. (Wyles SC 115).
  • [Civil War Document]. Fort Powell. One Civil War document: Ammunition Report, week ending 30 Apr. 1864. (Wyles SC 89).
  • [Civil War Document]. 44th Virginia Vol., Co. F. One Confederate Civil War document (ADS): Soldiers’ Pay Account, 12 Nov. 1861. (Wyles SC 25).
  • [Civil War Documents]. Missouri State Militia. 9th Cavalry. Two Civil War documents (ADS): Transfer of Stores, 1862. (Wyles SC 349).
  • [Civil War Document]. Ganoe, Elijah [Pennsylvania Infantry, 110th Regiment (Vol), Company A]. One Civil War document (AD): Clothing Account, 1863-1865. (Wyles SC 407).
  • [Civil War Document]. Matthews, William S. [Connecticut Infantry, 5th Regiment (Vol), Band]. One Civil War document (ADS): Discharge, 7 Sept. 1862, and pencil sketch map of Bull Run, n.d. (Wyles SC 427).
  • [Civil War Document]. Pennsylvania, State of. Board of Enrollment, Thirteenth District. One Civil War document: Certificate of non-liability for military service. Troy, Pennsylvania, 2 Sept. 1864. (Wyles SC 165).
  • [Civil War Document]. Sherman Table. One printed Civil War document: Clothing allowance, authorized by L. T. Thustin, Acting Chief Paymaster, Department of the Cumberland. Louisville, KY, July 7, 1865. (Wyles SC 510).
  • [Civil War Document]. Sherman, Thomas W. [Civil War Union General; 1813-1879]. One document (ADS): Report of persons (mainly teamsters, also wagonmasters, clerks, blacksmiths, wheelwrights, and saddlers) and articles hired for Nov. 1861. Quartermaster, U.S. Army, Hiltonhead, South Carolina. (Wyles SC 511).
  • [Civil War Document]. Stobbs, James M. [First Corporal, Iowa Infantry, 30th Regiment (Vol), Company B]. One Civil War document (ADS): Appointment, 1 Dec. 1863. (Wyles SC 424).
  • [Civil War Document]. Taylor, Riley [Private, U.S. Cavalry, 5th Regiment]. One Civil War era document (ADS): Discharge, at end of three year enlistment period, 1864-1867. (Wyles SC 418).
  • [Civil War Document]. 12th Louisiana Vol., Co. H. One Confederate Civil War document: Transfer Order, 8 Dec. 1863. (Wyles SC 30).
  • [Civil War Document]. United States Army. Defences South of Potomac. One Civil War document (ADS), Guards & Pickets Pass. Alexandria, Virginia, 14 Mar. 1865. (Wyles SC 258).
  • [Civil War Document]. United States Army. Department of the East. One Civil War document (ADS). New York City, 29 Jan. 1864. (Wyles SC 257).
  • [Civil War Document]. United States Army. Depot of Army Clothing and Equipage. One Civil War document (ADS): Invoice of Stores. New York, 12 Nov. 1861. (Wyles SC 486).
  • [Civil War Document]. United States Army. Quartermaster. One Civil War document (ADS): List of Stores Received. Chainbridge [over Potomac], 1861. (Wyles SC 181).
  • [Civil War Document]. United States Army. Transportation Department, Mississippi River, Assistant Quartermaster’s Office. One Civil War document (ADS): Receipt for Military Stores. New Orleans, 29 June 1865. (Wyles SC 186).
  • Civil War Document. General Orders, No. 15 (printed) re level of pay equal. Head Quarters, 3rd Division, 18th Corps d’Armee. Camp Hamilton, Virginia, 1 May 1864. (Wyles SC 454).
  • Civil War Document. Manifest for steamer at Jacksonville, Florida, April 1864. (Wyles SC 1083).
  • Civil War Document. One document (ADS) from Col. Madill, Brigade Commander, Headquarters, 1st Brigade, 3rd Division, 2nd Corps: Military Field Order, 8 July 1864. (Wyles SC 415).
  • Civil War Document. One document (ADS): Morning Sick Report of the 1st Brigaded of General Ruggles Divison. [Tangipahoa?], Louisiana, 30 July 1862. (Wyles SC 495).
  • Civil War Document. One document (ADS), signed by 34 men who declare they have received $150 for enlisting. Marshfield, Massachusetts, 15 Sept. 1862. (Wyles SC 530).
  • Civil War Document. Roll of men on extra duty at post bakery in Houston, Texas and Salem, Dent County, Missouri. Aug. 1862. (Wyles SC 118).
  • Civil War Document. One document (ADS), U.S.S. Powhatan, requisition from the engineer’s department for naval stores. Key West, Florida, 1 Apr. 1864. (Wyles SC 673).
  • Civil War Document. Special Requisition No. 40, for wagon tongues, horse shoe nails, horse collars, paper, envelopes, pens, and other. Gainesville, Virginia, 22 Oct. 1863. (Wyles SC 535).
  • [Civil War Documents]. Department of the Cumberland, Headquarters. Three Civil War documents: General Orders, 1862-1863. (Wyles SC 311).
  • [Civil War Documents]. Pennsylvania Infantry. 115th Regiment (Vol). Company D. Two Civil War documents (AD): Clothing Accounts for John Ruggles (deceased), George H. Shippey, Elliot Bayer, and James Smith (all deserters), 1862. (Wyles SC 408).
  • [Civil War Documents]. Pennsylvania Infantry. 139th Regiment (Vol). Company F. Two Civil War documents (AD): Clothing Accounts for Henry Dengler, Robert A. Donaldson, William English, and James English, 1863. (Wyles SC 409).
  • [Civil War Documents]. Pennsylvania Infantry. 184th Regiment (Vol). Company J. One Civil War document (AD): Clothing Accounts for John W. Swartz and William Stininger, 1864-1865. (Wyles SC 412).
  • [Civil War Documents]. Seward, William [H.] [U.S. Secretary of State], and Horatio Seymour [Governor of New York]. Certification of Power of Attorney and related Civil War documents, 30 July 1864. (Wyles SC 203).
  • [Civil War Documents]. United States Army. Department of the Cumberland. Two Civil War documents (ADS), Sept. 1864. (Wyles SC 256).
  • [Civil War Documents]. Wells, Robert G. [Civil War Union Lieutenant, New York 10th Infantry, Recruiting Office]. 14 Civil War documents (ADS), including vouchers for office supplies, police utensils, recruiting supplies, and commutation of quarters (lodging), 1863-1864. (Wyles SC 555).
  • Civil War Documents. Two documents (ADS): Army Passes, 1862, 1865. (Wyles SC 259).
  • Civil War Documents, ca. 1860-1865. Five items, including one special order re equipment apparently pertaining to the 30th U.S. Colored Troops. (Wyles SC 98).
  • Civil War Documents. Two items: Volunteer Enlistments. Buffalo, New York, 1863. (Wyles SC 358).
  • Civil War Documents, ca. 1861-1865. U.S. documents pertaining to various regiments, states, units of government, acquired from multiple sources. (Wyles Mss 87).
  • Civil War Documents, 1862-1863. Eight Civil War era documents, affidavits re exemptions from military service by reason of age or occupation (e.g. potter, tailor, preacher, justice of the peace), Sebastian County, Arkansas, 1862-1863. The affidavit by the tailor, Henry Kuper of Fort Smith, for example, states that he already is making uniforms for soldiers. (Wyles SC 18).
  • Civil War Documents, 1864. Eight documents (ADS): Final Statements of colored volunteers. (Wyles SC 436).
  • Civil War Documents, 1865. 16 documents (ADs): Reports of enlisted men employed as servants, cooks, waiters, and hostlers. Various Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Tennessee regiments, 1865. (Wyles SC 429).
  • Civil War Emblem Stamps, ca. 1861-1865. Various designs, used in the Civil War and printed by Hapgood, Boston. (Wyles SC 923).
  • Civil War Engravings. Collection of engravings, Union and Confederate officers, 1860s. (Wyles SC 640).
  • [Civil War Engravings]. Ten items, carte de visite size, mainly of Civil War figures. (Wyles SC 858).
  • [Civil War Era]. Collection of four items, including questionnaire re Ash Palmer; document "Schedule of Coupons…" presented for payment to Ezra Lincoln, Assistant Treasurer, U.S., Boston, 1863; and photo of George Armstrong Custer in uniform. (Wyles SC 703).
  • Civil War Era Engravings. Harper’s Ferry, Fort Sumter, Shenandoah Valley, and U.S. Frigate St. Larence Sinking the Privateer Petrel, Aug. 1, 1861. (Wyles SC 724).
  • Civil War Era Letters, 1864. Two letters (ALS) from [Al??] to his sister Maria, requesting news and other personal matters. (Wyles SC 1075).
  • Civil War Era Surgeon’s Tools, ca. 1860s. Leather field surgeon’s pocket instrument kit, from the Civil War era, containing reusable hypodermic needle, knives, needle and thread, and other unknown instruments. (Wyles SC 1052).
  • Civil War Flags. Color lithograph “Famous Union Battle-flags,” by A. D. Worthington & Co., Hartford, CT, n.d. (Wyles SC 557).
  • [Civil War Guns]. One print: “Breech Loading Carbines, submitted by Inventors to a Board of Officers convened by order of the Secretary of War at the National Armory, Springfield, Mass., USA, on the Fourth of January 1865.” (Wyles SC 677).
  • Civil War Letter, 1863. (Wyles SC 1061).
  • Civil War Lettersheets. Two printed items, ca. 1861-1865. (Wyles SC 933).
  • Civil War Map. One hand-drawn map in pencil of Winchester, [VA], with location of various Union regiments, on the reverse of a printed broadside, “Carrier’s Annual Address to the Readers and Friends of the Wiinchester Republican, January 1, 1862.” Includes note from a William S. Mathews that he found this in a printing office in Winchester, among other scattered things left there by the rebels. (Wyles SC 676).
  • Civil War Maps, ca. 1860s. Includes printed maps and drawings, from diverse sources. (Wyles Mss 85).
  • [Civil War Music]. One handwritten sheet, ink on paper, of "Just before the Battle Mother," by George F. Root, n.d. (Wyles SC 831).
  • Civil War Muster Rolls Collection, 1860s. Muster rolls from various regiments. (Wyles Mss 76).
  • [Civil War Newspaper]. Connecticut Fifth [Winchester, VA]. Civil War regimental newspaper, vol. 1, no. 2, 22 Mar. 1862. (Wyles SC 505).
  • Civil War Order Book. Philadelphia, 19th Ward Bounty Fund, with list of committee members and receipts with amounts and names of recruits, 1864. (Wyles SC 561).
  • Civil War Pensions. Twelve documents: Pensions, 1884-1889, n.d. (Wyles SC 167).
  • Civil War Period Scrapbooks, 1861-1917. Three scrapbooks of clippings about Civil War memorials, Abraham Lincoln’s death, eulogies for Civil War veterans, activities of groups such as the Union League, historical sketches of military units, and stories about Civil War generals and battles, from newspapers such as the New York Daily Tribune, New York Evening Post, New York Herald, and New York Times. (Wyles Mss 90).
  • Civil War Photographs. 17 printed copies, with captions, from the Photographic History of the Civil War. Patriot Publishing Co., 1910. (Wyles SC 684).
  • Civil War Photographs. Ten cartes de visite, including soldiers in uniform, Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, and John Wilkes Booth. (Wyles SC 612).
  • Civil War Poem. Five-page handwritten draft of an untitled poem that the unidentified author says was based on a series of dreams. N.p., Feb. 25, 1865. (Wyles SC 488).
  • Civil War Poem. Handwritten poem: “The Land of Rest,” 22 Sept. 1865. (Wyles SC 489).
  • Civil War Poem. Printed poem, “A Mother’s Prayer for 1863,” by A. V. P. [?]. West Chester, 2d month [Quaker date], 1863. (Wyles SC 481).
  • Civil War Poem. "A Soldier’s Dream before a Battle." Camp Smith, Tennessee, Oct. 28, 1864. (Wyles SC 754).
  • [Civil War Poem]. “Taking Up Quarters,” with handcolored engraving of the U.S.A. General Hospital, Patterson Park, Baltimore, ca. 1861-1865. (Wyles SC 908).
  • Civil War Poems. Two handwritten Civil War era poems, one entitled “Increase Our Pay and Rations” and the other written on board the gunboat Osceola the night before the fight, ca. 1861-1865. (Wyles SC 541).
  • Civil War Poetry. Printed pamphlet: "Souvenir: Poetry of the War," for an event described as "The Spectacular and Historical Allegory." Includes numerous advertisements for Grand Rapids, MI businesses, 1891. (Wyles SC 487).
  • Civil War Political Cartoon, 1862. Printed cartoon entitled "The Peninsular Campaign," with Gen. McClellan seated backward on a donkey, extensive captions and sign reading "Harrison’s Landing, July 7, 1862." (Wyles SC 725).
  • Civil War Portraits, 1860s. Includes engraved group shots and composite images, mainly of generals, cabinet members, politicians. (Wyles Mss 91).
  • Civil War Scenes, 1862-ca. 1980s. Mainly engravings and lithographs, from diverse sources. Also includes forts. (Wyles Mss 82).
  • Civil War Sites. Maps, flyers, and other ephemera, ca. 1960s. (Wyles SC 748).
  • Civil War Soldier’s Letter, 1862. Reference to evacuation of Columbus (Ohio) and promotion of Major General Buell. (Wyles SC 1015).
  • [Civil War Soldiers]. Various etchings, engravings, lithographs. (Wyles SC 839).
  • [Civil War Song]. "The Battle of the Wilderness." One leaf, with [hand-colored?] illustration. Published by Charles Magnus, 12 Frankfort St., N.Y., n.d. (Wyles SC 856).
  • [Civil War Song]. Broadside, with lyrics to "New Patriotic and Comic Song, on the Sinking of the Pirate Alabama, by the U.S. Gunboat Kearsarge …," written by Silas S. Steele, 1864. (Wyles SC 735).
  • [Civil War Song]. Doren, Richard. One manuscript song written on board the U.S. steamer Osceola the night before the battle of Fort Fisher. Includes such lyrics as “So pull down that Rebel rag, It has been long enough there, for we have come from Uncle Abe, to put the Stars and Stripes there.” Dec. 1864. (Wyles SC 80).
  • [Civil War Song]. Broadside, song lyrics of "A Nation Mourns Her Martyr’d Son," 1865. (Wyles SC 817).
  • [Civil War Song]. One printed item, “Songs for the Crisis,” ca. 1861-1865. (Wyles SC 911).
  • [Civil War Songs]. Holographic copies of "The Soldiers Are Coming Home" and "The Prisoner’s Hope," and one Civil War era envelope, ca. 1861-1865. (Wyles SC 216).
  • Civil War Telegram. One Civil War written telegram from the Navy Department re keeping orders secret. Washington, 22 Dec. 1863. (Wyles SC 240).
  • Civil War Union Generals Portraits. Includes individual and composite engravings. (Wyles SC 616).
  • [Civilian Conservation Corps]. Sample [Kenneth C.] Civilian Conservation Corps Photograph Album, ca. 1933-1935. Includes images from South Dakota, North Dakota, Arkansas, and New Orleans. (Mss 275).
  • Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). Unbound scrapbook format, with typescript accounts, clippings, memos, newsletters, and other ephemera, ca. 1933-1934. (SC 189).
  • Claremont, CA Jung Society. Leaflets, 1989. (HPA SC 135).
  • Clark (Claude) Oral History, 1995. Interviews with the Oakland, California African American artist. (OH 29).
  • Clark, John Alden. Biographical notes, correspondence, journal articles, 1932-1978. (HPA SC 25).
  • Clark [Tom] Archive, ca. 1962-1990. Correspondence, manuscripts and proofs of writings (monographs, poems, reviews, essays), notebooks, research and teaching files, audiotapes, and ephemera of American poet Tom Clark, who lived in Santa Barbara for several years and published several works with Black Sparrow Press. Correspondents include writers and publishers Carolyn Cassady, Andrei Codrescu, Robert Creeley, Edward Dorn, Barry Gifford, Christopher Lemann-Haupt, John Martin, George Plimpton, Harry Reese, and Leslie Scalapino. Also includes the Great Naropa Poetry Wars Archive, with audiotapes (Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, Tom Clark), transcripts, correspondence, newsclippings, and publications re an investigation into a 1975 confrontation between W. S. Merwin and Chogyam Trungpa, founder and director of Naropa Institute. (Mss 14).
  • Clary, John H. [Confederate soldier]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Mollie E. Smart, re personal matters, thinks it unlikely ‘old abe’ will make peace, and instead Confederate forces will whip Union forces or fight to the last man trying. Near Norfolk, Virginia, 19 July 1861. (Wyles SC 527).
  • Clay, C[assius] M. [Kentucky emancipationist, newspaper editor, soldier, and politician]. One letter (ALS, with engraved portrait affixed) to William H. Crook, saying he is glad to do “anything to please my friend C. E. Kincaid Esq. with whome I hold a hereditary family friendship,” 17 Mar. 1887. (Wyles SC 393).
  • Clay, Cassius M. One note (ANS), 21 Aug. 1894. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Clay [Henry] / Randolph [John] Duel Correspondence, 1826. Seven letters and notes concerning the duel between Secretary of State Henry Clay and Senator John Randolph on Apr. 8, 1826. The correspondents are Clay, Randolph, and their seconds, Col. Edward F. Tatnall and Gen. Thomas J. Jesup. During the duel Randolph fired into the air and Clay’s shot only hit Randolph’s coat. (Wyles Mss 27).
  • Clay, Mrs. V. One letter (ALS) to Thomas D. Osbourne, 3 Aug. 1905. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Clemens, Sam[uel] L. One letter (ALS) to Alice J. Hyde, who had been a fellow passenger on a voyage to the Hawaiian Islands, re sending sword he had promised. St. Louis, 11 Apr. 1867. (SC 54).
  • Clemens, Samuel L. One note (ANS), “…Never put off till tomorrow what can be put off till day after tomorrow just as well.” Hartford, Nov. 1879. (SC 53).
  • Clifton [Charles S.] Collection. Editorial files, correspondence, and research files about pagan, witchcraft, ‘cult’ subjects. (ARC Mss 23).
  • Climatic Information, Goleta, California, 1972. Day by day ground temperature readings, highs and lows. (SC 802).
  • Climatological Data, ca. 1957-1973 [bulk dates 1959-1961]. Climatological data sheets from Point Mugu, Santa Barbara, Santa Maria; also shorter runs of data, in folders, from areas such as Coal Oil Point, Ellwood, Punta Gorda, Rincon Point, Goleta, Carpinteria, Summerland, and Montecito. Includes hourly data on wind, sky cover, waves, and visibility. (SBHC Mss 65).
  • Cloud [Preston] Papers, ca. 1913-1989. Correspondence, organizational, administrative, research, subject, and teaching files, writings, and photographs of a UCSB professor internationally renowned for his work in paleontology, geology, biogeology, and environmental studies. (UArch FacP 5).
  • Clovis [Hall] Papers. Archives of singer Hall Clovis who, along with Eleanor Steele, performed as the vocal duo Clovis-Steele and concertized in the 1930s. Included in the collection are manuscripts of music composed for them by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Darius Milhaud, Jeno Takacs, Katherine Ruth Heyman, Harry Thacker (H.T.) Burleigh as well as manuscripts of arrangements and other original compositions. Also included are copies of their recordings, programs, clippings and photos. (PA Mss 30).
  • Clyde [George] Scrapbooks, 1965-1976. Six large scrapbooks with clippings of oil stories, many relating to the 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill, but also earlier and later articles, from 1965 to 1976. The clippings are from the Santa Barbara News-Press, as well as other papers from Santa Barbara to Ventura, and the Los Angeles Times. Clyde worked for the Santa Barbara News-Press for a number of years and was a member of the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors from 1964 to 1973, which included the period of the 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill and its aftermath. During his time on the Board, he is best remembered for leading the fight against offshore oil leasing. (SBHC Mss 53).
  • Clymer, Meredith [Medical Director, Department of the South, and grandson of Declaration Signer George Clymer]. One Civil War note (ANS) to Surgeon John Trenor, re repeated tardiness in reporting hospital discharges. Hilton Head, South Carolina, 3 Feb. 1865. (Wyles SC 56).
  • Cobb, George H. One disbound photo album containing 115 black/white images, various sizes, of family and friends, Santa Barbara and Montecito scenes including Santa Barbara Mission and Riven Rock, President McKinley’s visit to Santa Barbara, San Francisco, ca 1900-1905. (Wyles SC 613).
  • Cobb, Howell. Two letters (ALS), 1858, 1860. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Cobb, Sylvanus, Jr. (1823-1887). One letter (ALS) from American author Cobb to T. Barstow, responding to request for an autograph. Newark, New Jersey, 27 Dec. 1856. (SC 55).
  • Cobb, Thomas R. R. [Brigadier General, C.S.A.]. One document (ADS), re repayment of debt to Central Bank of Georgia, n.d. (Wyles SC 498).
  • “Cochinchine Cambodge: Cartes Postales” Album, ca. 1904-1953 [bulk dates 1907-1911]. 74 picture postcards, most black and white, of Cambodia (Phnom Penh), Laos, and mainly Vietnam (Hanoi, Haiphong, Hue, Saigon), many of local inhabitants, daily activities, street scenes, dances, and buildings. (Bernath Mss 378).
  • Coffin, Theodora L. Collection, ca. 1938-1965. Primarily Civil War related items, including correspondence, clippings, essay, and programs of the Gettysburg Blue and Gray reunions. (Wyles SC 932).
  • Coffman, L. D. One note (ANS) from L. D. Coffman, President of the University of Minnesota, re the Minnesota Plan. Oct. 18, 1934. (SC 398).
  • Coke, Richard (Texas Governor, 1874-1876). One letter (ALS) to Charles B. Pearse, re financial claims against the state. Executive Office, State of Texas, Austin, Texas, 16 Oct. 1874. (Wyles SC 471).
  • Colacion (Lawrence) Papers. Graphic artwork and related materials of the Chicano graphic artist Lawrence “El” Colacion. (CEMA 94).
  • Colby, Anthony [Adjutant General, New Hampshire]. Seven Civil War letters (ALS) from Colby’s wife and others, 1863-1864. (Wyles SC 504).
  • Cole [David L.] Collection, early 1900s. California and Santa Barbara area ephemera. (Mss 168).
  • Cole Family. Three letters (ALS) re family history. Baltimore, 1886-1887. (SC 56).
  • Cole, Timothy (1852-1931). One note (ANS) from wood engraver Timothy Cole to Mrs. Lloydabout sending some prints, 27 Dec. 1929. (SC 830).
  • Coleridge, Samuel Taylor (1772-1834). English poet and scholar. Holdings include Poems (1797) [Spec PR4478.A1 1797a vault], Remorse: A Tragedy in Five Acts (1813) [Spec PR4480.O7 1813], Christabel. Kubla Khan, A Vision. The Pains of Sleep (1816) [Spec PR4480.C5 vault], Sibylline Leaves (1817) [Spec PR4480.S5], Zapolya: A Christmas Tale (1817) [Spec PR4480.Z3 vault], Biographia Literaria (1817) [Spec PR4476.A1 1817], Aids to Reflection (1825) [Spec PR4480.A4 1825], The Devil’s Walk (1830) [Spec PR4480.D4], Specimens of the Table Talk of the Late Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1835) [Spec PR4480.T3 1835a], The Poetical Works of S.T. Coleridge (1836) [Spec PR4470.E36], Letters, Conversations, and Recollections of S.T. Coleridge (1836) [Spec PR4483.A24 1836], Hints Towards the Formation of a More Comprehensive Theory of Life (1848) [Spec PR4480.H5], General Introduction to the Encyclopædia Metropolitana (1849) [Darwin LB675.C7 A3 1849], and Anima Poetæ (1895) [Spec PR4472.C62 1895]. Several fine press editions of The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, with illustrations by W.W. Denslow (1899) [Printers Z239.R67 C6], published by T.N. Foulis (1903) [Printers Z239.2.F66 C654 1903], printed by John Henry Nash (1926) [Printers Z239.N3 C663 1926], by Cheshire House (1931) [Printers Z239.C48 C64 1931], by the Limited Editions Club (1945) [Printers Z239.L5 C643 1945], by Chilmark Press (1964) [Printers Z239.2.R3 C64 1964], and with illustrations by Gustave Doré (1966) [Spec PR4479.A1 1966]. Additionally, a letter in Coleridge’s hand, dated May 1828, is available in the Isaac Foot Collection [Mss 33].
  • Coleridge, Samuel Taylor (1772-1834). One note (ANS), comparing the poems of [George] Crabbe and [Robert?] Southey, n.d. (SC 57).
  • Colfax, Schuyler. One letter (ALS), 16 Mar. 1878. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Collier [Thomas S.] Diary, 1868-1869. Shipboard diary of Collier, boatswain on the Shenandoah from July 1868 to April 1869, and previously on the U.S.S. Oneida, May 1867-July 1868. Photograph of Collier glued in the diary, with caption “S.S. Monocacy, Yokohama, Japan, Feb. 2, 1868.” Contains a blend of poems, philosophical ruminations, and diary entries re conditions on board the Shenandoah and of places visited. Most of the diary describes the trip back from the Pacific, the ports visited including Yokohama, Nagasaki, Hong Kong, Batavia (Java), Cape Town, and Jamestown (St. Helena). (Wyles SC 58).
  • Collins, Benjamin [United States Sanitary Commission]. One Civil War era letter (ALS) to Surgeon J. Heger re discharge of rebel prisoner Ferdinand Marshall. New York, 4 Oct. 1863. (Wyles SC 267).
  • Collins (Robert O.) Diary, 1970-1972. The collection contains two copies of Collins’ diary, mainly relating to UCSB affairs, and especially events relating to Isla Vista during time of unrest, from the perspective of a university administrator and faculty member. (UArch FacP 44).
  • Collins, S. M. Printed pamphlet, “List of Passengers, Officers, and Crew of the Ship Magnolia, on Her Voyage from New Bedford to San Francisco in 1849, as derived from various unofficial sources,” n.d. (Wyles SC 1068).
  • Collins, Wilkie (1824-1889). English novelist. Holdings include The Dead Secret (1857) [Spec PR4494.D42 1857], The Queen of Hearts (1859) [Spec PR4494.Q44 1859], The Woman in White (1860) [Spec PR4494.W5 1860], Jezebel’s Daughter (1880) [Spec PR4494.J4 1880b], No Thoroughfare (1909) with Charles Dickens [Spec PR4572.N62 1909], and Six Letters of Wilkie Collins (1957) [Printers Z239.B348 C64 1957]. Also, two stories, "No Name" and "The Stolen Mask," are available on microfilm as part of the Confederate Imprints series [Wyles E484.C65 microfilm]. Fine press editions of The Moonstone by Doubleday, Doran & Co. (1944) [Spec PR4494.M62 1944] and the Heritage Press (1959) [Spec PR4494.M6 1959], and The Lady of Glenwith Grange (1947) by Atlantis Press [Printers Z239.2.C8 C65 1947].
  • Collins [William] Wilkie (1824-1889). One note (ANS), with a quote from his Woman in White. London, 11 Dec. 1879. (SC 59).
  • Collyer, Robert (1823-1912). One letter (ALS) from English-born American Unitarian clergyman, to unnamed friend, reflecting upon days gone by. New York, Dec. 21, 1908. (SC 1053).
  • Collyer, Robert (1823-1912). One note (ANS), 1867, and one letter (ALS), n.d. (Wyles SC 1023).
  • Collyer, Robert. One letter (ALS) from English-born American Unitarian clergyman, to unnamed friend, reflecting upon days gone by. New York, Dec. 21, 1908. (SC 1053).
  • [Colombia]. Cabot [Thomas Dudley] Colombian Expedition Photograph Album, 1939. (Bernath Mss 162).
  • [Colombia]. Eagleton (George D.) Stereoview Collection, ca. 1860s-2004. The collection contains ca. 6708 stereoviews, 179 other photographic images (most photo postcards), one videotape about stereoviews, 11 stereoviewers, and related books and issues of Stereo World, assembled by George D. Eagleton. The stereoviews, some exceedingly rare, include images from many parts of the U.S, and other countries. They cover subjects such as children, the Civil War, farming, Indians [Native Americans], logging, mining, planes, presidents, Russo-Japanese War, ships, Spanish American War, Trains, and World War I. Most of the stereoviews in the collection were produced in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the Keystone View Company and Underwood and Underwood (which sold the work of a number of photographers). Numerous other companies also are represented. The cards were intended to be viewed through equipment such as stereopticans, which produced a three-dimensional effect. (Mss 255).
  • [Colombia]. Fisher [Wesley M. and Leona A.] Colombia Photograph Album, 1938-1939. More than 500 black and white photographs, most snapshots, with extensive captions in English, taken by an American couple who spent a year in the area around San Pablo and Concepcion, where Wesley Fisher apparently worked for the South America Gulf Oil Co. (SAGOC), building pump stations for the 263 mile oil pipeline stretching from the Barco Oil Fields in the Colombian jungle at Petrolea, over the mountains, to the Colombian coast. Includes many images of pump station and related road and bridge construction, laborers’ camps, family, friends and colleagues, local population including Matilone Indians; also images of Puerto Colombia, Barranquilla, cable car from Gamarra to Ocaña, Magdalena River, Panama Canal Zone, Arhuaco Indians and area by Santa Marta on the north coast of Colombia, the capital Cartageña, and magazine articles about the history of the project. (Bernath Mss 365).
  • [Colombia]. Olson [Donovan] Colombia Photograph Album, ca. 1935-1943. Album compiled by the son of a missionary family posted to Colombia. Includes many images, with captions, of Cali area; also some of Bogota, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Panama Canal; school days back in the U.S., including Minnesota, and ending with marriage and military service during World War II. (Bernath Mss 252).
  • [Colombia]. West Indies Photograph Album, 1937. 33 b/w photos of street scenes and countryside in Martinique, Barbados, St. Georges (Grenada), Caracas (Venezuela), Curacao, Cartagena (Colombia), Panama, Trinidad, and St. Thomas (Virgin Islands). (SC 837).
  • Colombian Protestant Mission Photographs, 1929. 22 b/w snapshots, with inscriptions, mainly group photos, missionary families, and street scenes, most in or around Cali, Colombia. (Wyles SC 986).
  • [Colorado]. Brotherhood of the White Temple, Inc. Collection, ca. 1930s-1940s. More than 40 pamphlets printed by the Brotherhood of the White Temple, Inc. (Sedalia, Colorado), most by M. Doreal, with titles such as “Atlantis and Lemuria,” “Symbolism of the Great Seal of the United States,” and “Wisdom of the Kabbala.” (ARC Mss 57).
  • [Colorado]. Contention Gold Mines Company. Two documents, a prospectus and monthly statement, re operating a group of mines near Telluride, Colorado, opposite the Smuggler-Union mines. Denver, 1905. (Wyles SC 63).
  • [Colorado]. Fisher, C. A. "Report on the Coal Properties in Moffat County, Colorado, Owned or Controlled by J. M. Martin." Typescript carbon, with photographs and map, ca. 1911. (Wyles SC 57).
  • [Colorado]. Kiewit (John S.) Photography Collection, ca. 1968-2000. More than 10,000 color and black/white prints, color slides, and black/white negatives. Color slides constitute the bulk of the collection. The images reflect what Kiewit saw on his travels throughout California and the West, as well as trips to other parts of the U.S. and the world. Prominent places and themes include Baja, barns and farms, Big Sur, buildings and building elements (doors and windows), Carmel [CA], Central Coast [CA], Channel Islands, Death Valley, fences, ghost towns, Hawaii, Hollister Ranch [CA], landscapes, Malibu [CA], Marin County [CA], New England, New Mexico, ocean views, Oregon, Oxnard [CA], rock formations, signs, surfing, trees, Utah, wildflowers, Wyoming, and Yosemite. Other countries represented in the collection include Cook Island, Costa Rica, El Salvador, England, France, Guatemala, Marques and Tahiti Islands, Mexico, Micronesia, and New Zealand. Most of the images were taken from the 1970s to the 1990s. (Mss 228).
  • [Colorado]. Western Photograph Collection, ca. latter 1800s. Photograph album with 77 b/w prints, some captions, of California scenes (Mount Shasta, Shasta Springs, Trinity River, Mission Hills of Trinity County, hydraulic mining, stagecoach, woman and child on wooden aquaduct), along with a few of Colorado (Colorado Springs, Grant’s Pass), Alaska (Junea, Ketchikan), and Canada (Banff, Lake Louise, and Kicking Horse). Also includes 15 loose cyanotypes, most of a construction project, apparently to dam up a river, possibly Northern California. (Wyles SC 955).
  • Colorado Midland Railroad. Business card of Frank Smith. Colorado City, Colorado, n.d. (Wyles SC 59).
  • Colorado Wild Flowers Scrapbook, late 1800s-early 1900s. Eleven-page scrapbook with dried and pressed samples of Colorado wild flowers, with names such as "Prickly Poppy" and "Butterfly Flower." (SC 981).
  • Colored Troops – Civil War Inquiry, 1888. One letter (ALS) from the Adjutant General’s Office, War Department, in response to a question from George May Powell, reporting that on or about Apr. 1, 1862 there were 2,300 colored troops from Delaware, 26,000 from Kentucky, 9,500 from Maryland, 38,000 from Missouri, and 4,500 from Tennessee. (Wyles SC 1008).
  • Colquitt, A. H. [General]. One letter (ALS) to Edgar F. Gladwin, 16 June 1886. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • [Columbian Exposition]. “Birds Eye View World’s Columbian Exposition.” Color lithograph by the Orcutt Co, Lithographers, Chicago, executed for B. F. Larrabee & Co., [1893]. (SC 1024).
  • Columbus, Christopher (1451-1506) [traditional form of Cristoforo Colombo]. Italian mariner and explorer. Holdings include facsimile editions of his 1493 letter to Luis de Sant’ Angel concerning his first voyage to the New World, printed in 1893 [Spec E115 1893] and 1952 [Printers Z239.A56 C6]; fine press editions of the letter from Grabhorn Press (1924) [Printers Z239.G7 C56 1924], the Windsor Press (1926) [Printers Z239.W56 C5], and the USC Fine Arts Press (1989) [Printers Z239.U83 C64 1988].
  • Combs [Arthur W.] Papers, 1949-1979. Bibliography and annotated proofs/drafts from psychologist and educator Combs. (HPA Mss 6).
  • Comella, Luciano Francisco (1751-1812). Spanish playwright. Holdings include La Buena Nuera (1780) [Spec PQ6512.C63 B83 1780z], El Dichoso Arrepentimiento (1780) [Spec PQ6512.C63 D52 1780z], El Idolente (1780) [Spec PQ6512.C63 I52 1780z], Pedro el Grande, Czar de Moscovia (1785) [Spec PQ6512.C63 P42 1785], La Andrómaca (1790) [Spec PQ6512.C63 A62 1790], La Moscovita Sensible (1790) [Spec PQ6512.C63 M67 1790z], Los Amores del Conde de Cominges (1800) [Spec PQ6512.C63 A56 1800z], Hércules y Deyanria (1816) [Spec PQ6512.C63 H47 1816], and Séneca y Paulina (1817) [Spec PQ6512.C63 S46 1817].
  • Comey, A. Two letters (ALS) to his children (Albert B. and Ann E.) in Woodville, Mass., from the California goldfields, 1853, 1854. Talks about immigrants arriving, including women and children, sometimes with large herds of cattle and sheep. Says that “the country is full and overrun with miners from all parts of the world the two largest classes are American and Chinamen the next two I think Mexicans & French and after some from all nations and to make up the assortment thousands of Indians natives of the country who are scattered all over the country and dig a good deal of the gold but mind you it is not the men but the squaws the men think it beneath their dignity…” (Wyles SC 61).
  • Comisión Feminil Mexicana Nacional (CFMN) Archives, 1967-1997 [bulk dates 1970-1990]. Files of the CFMN, a national organization of women, founded in 1970 to enhance and promote the image of Chicana/Latina women in all levels of society. Today there are local chapters that are active, but the national organization is defunct. (CEMA 30).
  • Commager, Henry Steele. 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. (SC 61).
  • Commandery of the State of Massachusetts. Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. One printed postcard soliciting Civil War photographs and prints. Boston, Aug. 1904. (Wyles SC 533).
  • Common Boundary, Inc. Conference brochure, 1987. (HPA SC 26).
  • [Communications]. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) Collection, 1950-1991 [bulk dates 1961-1987]. Includes discussions on issues such as the influence of television on society and the impact of technological change on agencies such as the Federal Communications Commission [FCC]. (Mss 18).
  • [Communications]. China Photograph Albums, ca. 1905-1907. Three photograph albums with 224 b/w photographs, many snapshots taken by German soldier(s) stationed in China, including areas such as Tsingtau. Includes images of individual soldiers and groups, troops on the march, boats, harbors, coast, laying of [electrical?] line, street scenes, portraits of Chinese, buildings, and monuments. (Bernath Mss 99).
  • [Communications]. Gahagan [G. William] Collection, ca. 1940s. Includes propaganda magazines, pamphlets, and leaflets used both in the Pacific and Atlantic theaters of war; OWI outpost reports; U.N. Conference press releases, circulars, correspondence and photos relating to a public relations officer for the Office of War Information’s Overseas Branch in San Francisco. (Bernath Mss 8).
  • [Communications]. Hahn [Harley] Collection, ca. 1986-2002. Copies of publications by Santa Barbara author Hahn, on the internet, computer programming, and related subjects. (Mss 186).
  • [Communications]. House’s Printing Telegraph. Printed envelope of House’s Printing Telegraph (New Orleans), a device invented by Vermonter Royal E. House, and three paper tapes with printed messages to a Samuel Shapter, re business matters, [ca. mid-latter 1800s]. (SC 305).
  • [Communications]. Jewish Diaspora News Photograph Collection, ca. 1934-1962. (Bernath Mss 109).
  • [Communications]. Romaine (Lawrence B.) Trade Catalog Collection, ca. 1850-1968. Two boxes of trade catalogs on radios, two boxes on telephones and telegraphs, and one box on television. (Mss 107).
  • [Communications]. United States Army Signal Corps Film Unit Records, 1945-1946. Large binder containing caption sheets, critical evaluations, and other paperwork relating to films shot during 1945 and 1946 by soldiers serving in the U.S. Army Signal Corps film units. Events covered include the war crimes trials of two Japanese generals, Tomoyuki Yamashita and Masaharu Homma; German atrocities discovered in Hanover; the liberation of American POWs; reactions among soldiers to V-E Day celebrations; activities of the Red Cross; the plight of displaced persons; the conversion of the port of Bremen for use by American forces; and even boxing matches held in Manila. Also included are several Motion Picture Coverage Reports, marked “Confidential,” which discuss issues of technique while evaluating the output of the various film units. (Bernath Mss 139).
  • Community Development and Conservation Collection (CDCC), ca. 1895-1980s. Also known as the Pearl Chase Collection, focusing on Santa Barbara history in the 20th century. Included are papers relating to several hundred local organizations (especially pertaining to architecture, gardens, housing, land use, and planning), as well events such as Fiesta, Chase family papers, and numerous photographs of local scenes. (SBHC Mss 1).
  • Commynes, Philippe de (1447-1511). French statesman and historian. Holdings include Cronique & Histoire (1549) [Spec DC106.9.C7 1549 vault], Les Memoires, Contenans l’Histoire des Roys Louys XI & Charles VIII (1649) [Spec DC106.9.C7 16490], as well as The Memoirs of Philip de Comines (1723) translated into English [Spec DC106.9.C726]. Fine press edition of The Universal Spider: The Life of Louis XI of France (1973) by the Folio Society [Spec DC106.C6413].
  • Compagnie Transatlantique North Africa Tour Photograph Album, ca. 1920s. 99 b/w images, captions in English, of local inhabitants, desert, oases, wells, irrigation, early all-terrain vehicles, camels, caravans, tents, street scenes, markets, mosques, city gates, and ruins of southern Tunisia and Algeria, beginning with Tozeur, then el Oeud, Ferjane, Touggourt, Ouargla, Ghardaïa, Laghouat, Figuig, Tlemcen, and Mausoura. (Bernath Mss 292).
  • Compton, N. A. College lectures from Civil War era, ca. 1860s. (Wyles SC 591).
  • Conan Doyle, Arthur (1859-1930). British writer. Holdings include Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1892) [Spec PR4622.A7 1892], The Stark Munro Letters (1895) [Spec PR4622.S7 1895], Beyond the City (1900) [Spec PR4622.B4 1900z], The "Arch Adept" of the "First Degree" (1910) [ARC PR4622.A734 1910], To Arms! (1914) [Spec D517.D6], A Visit to Three Fronts, June 1916 (1916) [Spec D640.D62], The New Revelation [ARC BF1272.D7 1918], The Coming of the Fairies (1922) [ARC BF1552.D5 1922], Our American Adventure (1923) [Wyles E169.D6], and The History of Spiritualism (1975) [ARC BF1241.D6 1975]. Facsimile edition of the original manuscript for The Adventure of the Priory School (1985) [Printers Z478.86.M33 D695 1985]. Fine press editions of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1950) [Printers Z239.L5 D63], The Final Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1952) [Printers Z239.L5 D64], and The Later Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1952) [Printers Z239.L5 D65], all by the Limited Editions Club. See also Ivan Cooke’s The Return of Arthur Conan Doyle (1956) [ARC BF1283.D5 R47 1956].
  • Concrete Poetry Collection, 1960-1973. Copies of brochures, catalogs, conference guides, exhibit notices, flyers, lists, posters, programs, and prospectuses, mainly European, collected by Scottish poet Ian Hamilton Finlay, founder of Wild Hawthorn Press, along with several hundred printed titles. (Mss 16).
  • Condodina [Alice] Papers. Mainly videotapes re dance, from a UCSB faculty member of dramatic art and dance. (UArch FacP 24).
  • Conard [Rebecca] / PHR Associates Technical Reports and Research Files, ca. 1984-1993. (SBHC Mss 75).
  • Confederate Association of Kentucky. Certificate, 11 Oct. 1890. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Confederate Blockade Runner, Florida. One letter (TLS), from the Secretary of the Navy to C. E. Harrington of New York, re capture of the Confederate blockade runner Florida by the U.S.S. Pursuit during the Civil War, on 6 Apr. 1862. Department of the Navy, Washington, D.C., 6 Feb. 1917. (Wyles SC 20).
  • Confederate Bonds. 13 items, issued by the Confederate States of America and various states, 1861-1865. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Confederate Broadside. "To the People of Western Virginia," issued by Maj. Gen. [William Wing] Loring, noting recent victories at Fayette C. H., Cotton Hill, and Charleston, imposing martial law, and calling upon citizens to join the Confederate army. Charleston, Virginia, 14 Sept. 1862. (Wyles SC 294).
  • “Confederate Chieftains.” Printed engraving, portraits of Jefferson Davis and other Confederate leaders, 1864. (Wyles SC 730).
  • Confederate Collection, ca. 1861-1865. Civil War era correspondence, documents, autographs, photographs, engravings, currency, stamps, song sheets, and related items mainly pertaining to the Confederacy, but also containing some Union material. (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Confederate Civil War Documents, ca. 1861-1864. CSA Civil War era documents pertaining to various regiments and units of government, acquired from multiple sources. (Wyles Mss 88).
  • "The Confederate Flag." Etching by Charles B. Hall, 1897. (Wyles SC 838).
  • Confederate Generals Portraits. Includes individual and composite engravings. (Wyles SC 719).
  • Confederate Naval Documents. Ten Confederate Civil War documents (ADS), vouchers re payments made for stage passage, wagon teams, Negro wages, ship Alonzo Child dismantling, Confederate service, food delivered, and other. Vaughans Station and Yazoo City, Mississippi, Jan-Feb.1863. (Wyles SC 35).
  • Confederate States of America. Adjutant and Inspector General’s Office. One document (ADS), Special Orders, No. 71. Richmond, 27 Mar. 1865. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Confederate States of America. Bond Receipts. Seven items, 1862-1864. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Confederate States of America. Bureau of Conscription. One document (ADS), Special Orders, No. 23. Richmond, 28 Feb. 1863. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Confederate States of America. Head Quarters, Department Northern Virginia. One Civil War document: Special Order No. 57, re officers reporting for duty at Goldsboro, North Carolina, 26 Feb. 1863. (Wyles SC 21).
  • Confederate States of America. Quartermaster. Receipts, 1862. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Confederate States of America. Requisitions, 1862, 1863. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Confederate States of America. Treasury Department. One letter (ALS) to A. B. Noyes re request for blank registers and copy of the Tariff Act. Richmond, Virginia, 13 July 1863. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Confederate States of America Bond. Printed bond with handwritten additions, in the amount of $5000, signed by Robert Tyler, Register of the Treasury. Richmond, Oct. 1, 1862. (Wyles SC 886).
  • Confederate States of America Documents. Eleven Civil War items, mostly tax forms, assessments, and receipts, from Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Virginia, 1862-1864. Included are ‘Tax in Kind’ forms for tobacco and agricultural products. (Wyles SC 22).
  • Confederate Uniforms, ca. 1861-1865. Twelve Civil War era lithographs, “approved by the War Department.” (Wyles SC 729).
  • Confederate Woman’s Civil War Era Letter, 1861. (Wyles SC 1017).
  • Confederation of la Raza Organizations Collection pdf icon. Newsletters, government publications, action plans, announcements, and correspondence documenting CORO activities for equal housing, civil rights and education in the Santa Barbara community. (CEMA 31).
  • Confluent Community (UCSB). Directory, 1970s. (HPA SC 27).
  • Confucius (551-479 BC) [Latinized version of Kung Fu Zi, "Master K’ung"]. Chinese philosopher and teacher. Holdings include several editions of Ezra Pound’s translations, such as Confucius: The Unwobbling Pivot & the Great Digest (1951) [Spec PS3531.O82 Z3 C65 1951] and Confucian Analects (1956) [Spec PS3531.O82 Z3 C635 1956]; the booklet The Wisdom of Confucius (1957) by Iverson L. Harris [ARC BL1855.H377 1957]; fine press edition of The Analects of Confucius (1970) by the Limited Editions Club [Printers Z239.P53 C634 1970].
  • Congdon, Alden Kirby (1924- ). Two letters (TLS) to poet Philip Whalen, one with extensive autobiographical information, 1963. Also, one b/w photo and other ephemera. (SC 62).
  • [Congo]. Belgian Congo Mining Photograph Albums, ca. 1920-1922. Two albums, 93 b/w photographs, some captions in French, many of what appears to be early diamond mining in what was then the Belgian Congo, with images of laborers, European overseers, heavy machinery, and settlements. Places named include Mulomba, Bamba, Djoko, and Kinshasa. Also a few images of Dakar and Tenerife, taken on the outward voyage. (Bernath Mss 279).
  • [Congo]. Belgian Congo Photograph Album, ca. 1890s-1900s. 80 b/w snapshots, a few with captions, including images of local inhabitants and activities, as well as Belgian missionaries, and other Europeans. (SC 842).
  • [Congo]. Tele-Dinda Mining Expedition [Belgian Congo], Photograph Album, ca. 1911-1912. 105 b/w photos, with captions in English, of scenes in the Belgian Congo, taken by a member of the Tele-Dinda Mining Expedition which apparently was prospecting for gold and diamonds. Contains images of mining operations, views of forests and forest clearing, construction of camps, and many of nearby villages and inhabitants including Gabata, Banalya, Kanwa, Edibe (some of pygmies), Kiambi, and Pweto. Also scenes along the Congo, Aruwimi, Tele, Lindi, and Zambezi Rivers, Lake Moero, Stanley and Victoria Falls, Stanleyville, Kungalunga Plateau, and the Cape to Cairo Railroad. (Bernath Mss 100).
  • Congregational Churches in the U.S. American Board Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Prudential Committee. Board minutes of regular meetings held in Boston, Massachusetts, 1848-1891. In: Nineteenth Century Americana Collection (Mss 2).
  • Conkling, Roscoe. One letter (ALS) re meeting of the “Sons of Toil,” 10 Sept. 1884. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • [Connecticut]. Bidwell Family History. One scrapbook, with printed accounts of the Bidwell family, primarily from Massachusetts and Connecticut, including service in the Civil War, n.d. (Wyles SC 577).
  • [Connecticut]. Currency. Two partial, printed, mounted bills stating that "The Possessor of this Bill, shall be paid by the Treasurer of the Colony of Connecticut, Nine Pence, Lawful Money, by the first Day of January, A.D. One Thousand, Seven Hundred and Eighty-two…" Hartford, 1776. (SC 695).
  • [Connecticut]. Dewing [James] Papers, 1865-1936. Thirteen items of Barbara DeWolfe’s grandfather, James Dewing, including a photograph, materials relating to his service in the 18th Regiment of Connecticut Infantry, Company A, during the Civil War (discharge papers, widow’s pension, GAR receipts), publishing/piano manufacturing business in San Francisco (letterhead stationery, calling card, court records re failure of the business), and death (memorial service address, National Cemetery Regulations). (Wyles SC 1012).
  • [Connecticut]. Doolittle, John H. (Lieutenant, 20th Connecticut). Civil War era documents and letter, 1863-1867. (Wyles SC 1060).
  • [Connecticut]. Gallup and Geer. Business records, 1837-1861, of a firm of furniture dealers and auctioneers of Norwich, Connecticut. Also, personal papers of Isaac Gallup (1837-1852). In: Nineteenth Century Business Collection (Mss 78).
  • [Connecticut]. Hoyt, Henry M. [Connecticut Infantry. 8th Regiment (Vol)]. One Civil War note (ANS) from Hoyt to Second Auditor, U.S. Treasury re quarterly return of deceased soldiers. Headquarters near Portsmouth, Virginia, 11 Oct. 1863. (Wyles SC 428).
  • [Connecticut]. Manning [Edward] Collection, ca. 1834-1847. Rewards of merit, weekly report, and catalogue of Ellington School [Connecticut], where Manning attended. (SC 197).
  • [Connecticut]. Matthews, William S. [Connecticut Infantry, 5th Regiment (Vol), Band]. One Civil War document (ADS): Discharge, 7 Sept. 1862, and pencil sketch map of Bull Run, n.d. (Wyles SC 427).
  • [Connecticut]. Meriden Gravure Company Collection, ca. 1964-1971. Printed examples from the Meriden Gravure Company of Meriden, Connecticut, including booklets, calendars, exhibition catalogs, guides, journals, and pamphlets commissioned by a number of galleries, museums, organizations, and universities and colleges. (Printers Mss 13).
  • [Connecticut]. Proclamations. Six broadsides, proclaiming days of fasting and thanksgiving. Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut, 1868-1869. (Wyles SC 821).
  • [Connecticut]. Sawyer [James H.] Papers, 1861-1865, 1879-1882 [bulk dates 1861-1865]. Primarily correspondence and diaries of a Civil War Union soldier in the Connecticut Infantry, 18th Regiment (Vol.), Company B. (Wyles Mss 33).
  • [Connecticut]. Thompson [Edmund B.] / Hawthorn House Collection, ca. 1920s-1984. Material relating to Thompson and his printing career, mainly at his Hawthorn House (Windham, Connecticut). Included are checklists, correspondence, photographs, and printing specimens. (Printers Mss 19).
  • Connecticut Battery. 3rd Regiment. Four Civil War documents (ADS): Circulars re various matters such as wearing uniforms when off duty, 1865. (Wyles SC 423).
  • Connecticut Fifth [Winchester, VA]. Civil War regimental newspaper, vol. 1, no. 2, 22 Mar. 1862. (Wyles SC 505).
  • Conrad [Albert G.] Papers, 1979. Typescript autobiography, with photographs, of the Yale University professor of electrical engineering and, later, UCSB dean of the College of Engineering and professor of electrical engineering in the 1960s. (UArch FacP 6).
  • Conrad [Paul] Cartoons, 1971. 23 reproduction proofs, various subjects including Vietnam, elections, and prison conditions, by Los Angeles Times political cartoonist, Paul Conrad. Accompanied by a letter from Conrad and an essay on cartooning. (SC 941).
  • “Contador Esipiritual.” Disbound printed documents, first and second parts, 4 pp. Stamp of Bibliateca Particular. Cordoba (Spain), [ca. 1700s]. (SC 1009).
  • Contention Gold Mines Company. Two documents, a prospectus and monthly statement, re operating a group of mines near Telluride, Colorado, opposite the Smuggler-Union mines. Denver, 1905. (Wyles SC 63).
  • Continuing Church Movement Collection. Files from DeKoven Foundation of Ohio, Inc. pastor, Roderic B. Dibbert, re bishops connected with the ‘Continuing Church’ movement and some of the jurisdictions within the movement. (ARC Mss 33).
  • Converse, Henry F. Photocopies of Around the Horn to California letters by Henry F. Converse of Springfield, Illinois, to various relatives, arriving in Sacramento, late 1850. (Wyles SC 1086).
  • Conway (Joel) / Early California Aviation Photograph Collection, ca. 1909-1950s [bulk dates 1910s]. About 400 separate images (many copy negatives and copy prints) compiled by Santa Barbara photographer Joel Conway, the bulk relating to the aviation activities of the Christofferson brothers and the Loughead (Lockheed) Aviation Company (headquartered in Santa Barbara, CA for a time in the 1910s), most depicting early California aviation history, many related to Santa Barbara. Also, images of Bauhaus Brothers, biplanes, Glenn Curtiss, dirigibles, Amelia Earhart, Graf Zeppelin, George Fiske Hammond, “Wild” Bill Kohler, Charles Lindbergh, John K. Northrop, Bert Saxby, Katherine and Marjorie Sinson, and Al Wilson. (SBHC Mss 79).
  • Conway (Joel) / Flying A Studio Photograph Collection, ca. 1910s-1997 [bulk dates 1910s]. The collection mainly contains black and white prints and negatives relating to the Flying A Studios (aka American Film Manufacturing Company), a film company that operated in Santa Barbara (1912-1920), as well as supporting documentation. The collection materials were acquired by Joel Conway from various sources, including the abandoned studio. Conway was a photographer who had come from Chicago and who collected a large number of photographs over the years, including many with a Santa Barbara focus. (SBHC Mss 78).
  • Conway [Joel] Oral History, 1973. Interviews with the Santa Barbara photographer and collector of historical photographs, re development of his collection, early motion picture and television history and stars, including Flying A Studio in Santa Barbara and 1950s House on Un-American Activities. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 30).
  • Conway, Thomas W. [General]. One document (ADS) to the Secretary of State, endorsement for consular post, by Republicans of Louisiana, n.d. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Cook [Edward L.] Papers, 1862-1865. Primarily correspondence of a Civil War Union soldier, 100th New York Infantry, Co. F. and Co. H. (Wyles Mss 39).
  • Cook [Margaret Case] Papers, ca. 1901-1960. Family correspondence, photographs (mainly b/w family and cruise snapshots), and other papers of Santa Barbara resident Margaret Frances Case Cook. Also, a journal inscribed to Mrs. E. E. Kellogg, wife of John Harvey Kellogg, from her adopted daughter Helena, ca. 1901-1902. (Mss 17).
  • [Cook Island]. Kiewit (John S.) Photography Collection, ca. 1968-2000. More than 10,000 color and black/white prints, color slides, and black/white negatives. Color slides constitute the bulk of the collection. The images reflect what Kiewit saw on his travels throughout California and the West, as well as trips to other parts of the U.S. and the world. Prominent places and themes include Baja, barns and farms, Big Sur, buildings and building elements (doors and windows), Carmel [CA], Central Coast [CA], Channel Islands, Death Valley, fences, ghost towns, Hawaii, Hollister Ranch [CA], landscapes, Malibu [CA], Marin County [CA], New England, New Mexico, ocean views, Oregon, Oxnard [CA], rock formations, signs, surfing, trees, Utah, wildflowers, Wyoming, and Yosemite. Other countries represented in the collection include Cook Island, Costa Rica, El Salvador, England, France, Guatemala, Marques and Tahiti Islands, Mexico, Micronesia, and New Zealand. Most of the images were taken from the 1970s to the 1990s. (Mss 228).
  • Cooke, Jay (1821-1905). Two letters (ALS) from Civil War financier Jay Cooke, dated 1875 and 1884 or 1886, the latter declining an invitation to write about the financial aspects of the war, saying he feels it still is premature. During the Civil War, Jay Cooke & Co. of Philadelphia developed the idea of selling government bonds, which capitalized on feelings of patriotism at the time and which were a major source for financing the war. Cooke later was heavily involved in financing (unsuccessfully) the Northern Pacific Railroad, which led to the Panic of 1873, but later recovered much of his financial loss through investment in Utah mining interests. (Wyles SC 64).
  • Coolbrith [Ina] Postcard, 1919. 1 note (ANS) by Ina Coolbrith (1841-1928), poet and niece of Joseph Smith (founder of Mormonism). (SC 887).
  • Cooper, James Fenimore (1789-1851). American novelist. Holdings include Notions of the Americans (1828) [Spec PS1421.N6 1828], Wyandotté (1843) [Spec PS1419.W7 1843], Lives of Distinguished American Naval Officers (1846) [Spec PS1409.L53], a three-volume set of The Spy (1929) [Printers Z239.R8 C69], and New York (1930) [Spec PS1421.N48 1930]. Fine press editions of The Prairie by the Limited Editions Club (1940) [Spec PS1416.A1 1940] and the Heritage Press (1968) [Spec PS1416.A1 1968], The Deerslayer (1961) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS1406.A1 1961], and The Last of the Mohicans (1973) by the Heritage Press [Spec PS1408.A1 1973].
  • Cooper [Marsha Truman] Collection. Correspondence with other poets, broadsides, ephemera, monographs and serials (cataloged separately) of a local award-winning poet. (Mss 157).
  • Cooper, S. One note (ANS), regarding promotion. N.p., 28 Feb. 1863. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • “The Co-operato, No. 2.” Printed pamphlet for “Self Respecting, Self Supporting, Small Salaried Women,” San Francisco, CA, ca. 1899-1900. (SC 1005).
  • Copeland, J. T. One letter (ALS) to General N. M. Carr, re General Boynton and General Rosecrans’ Civil War reputation. Orange Park, Florida, 9 June 1889. (Wyles SC 66).
  • Corbaux, Fanny. One note (AN) from Fanny Corbeaux, saying she is pleased that Mr. Abington is interested in her papers on "The Rephaim." [London], Feb. 10, 1892. Found in Marie Francoise Catherine Doetter Corbaux’s The Rephraim, and Their Connection with Egyptian History (London, 1852). (SC 400).
  • [Corbett, Boston]. One pamphlet, 1924, by L. D. Carman, about a man who impersonated Corbett, the soldier who killed John Wilkes Booth. (Wyles SC 924).
  • Correspondence, 1834-1900. Miscellaneous letters (ALS) from various unidentified correspondents, most re personal, financial, and legal matters. (SC 678).
  • Corle, Edwin. One letter (TLS) from John Lipsey, Western Books, re mutual friend and proposed visit, 1955. Laid in: Patrick Floyd Garrett, Pat F. Garrett’s Authentic Life of Billy the Kid [Spec, Wyles F786.B6 G7 1927]. (SC 64).
  • Corle [Jean and Edwin] Correspondence, 1945-1951, 1981. Six letters (TLS) from correspondents including Witter Bynner, Joseph Henry Jackson, Henry Miller, Charles Nordhoff, and Wallace Stegner. The April 7, 1947 Miller letter, mainly concerning his book Into the Night Life, is to Merle Armitage, who added a note and forwarded it to the Corles. (SC 867).
  • Corona [Bert] Oral History Collection, 1937-1995 pdf icon. Interviews by UCSB faculty member Mario T. Garcia with Bert and Blanche Corona, resulting in an autobiography of the Mexican American labor organizer and political activist. Also, related materials such as photographs. (CEMA 51).
  • Corpi [Lucha] Papers, 1958-2000. Biographical/personal files, literary work, and photographs of the celebrated Chicana author. (CEMA 26).
  • [Corso, Gregory]. Laughlin, James. Three letters (TLS) from American poet and book publisher Laughlin to Bill Butler about publishing matters, including news about Allen Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, and Gregory Corso. New York, 1965-1966. (SC 441).
  • [Costa Rica]. Aguacate Mines Photograph Album, ca. 1900. 60 b/w photos, most with captions, of the Aguacate gold mines in Costa Rica and environs, buildings such as the saw mill, commissary, cabins, farms, superintendent and staff, workers, and families, as well as a few images of San José, including the National Theatre. (Bernath Mss 137).
  • [Costa Rica]. Eagleton (George D.) Stereoview Collection, ca. 1860s-2004. The collection contains ca. 6708 stereoviews, 179 other photographic images (most photo postcards), one videotape about stereoviews, 11 stereoviewers, and related books and issues of Stereo World, assembled by George D. Eagleton. The stereoviews, some exceedingly rare, include images from many parts of the U.S, and other countries. They cover subjects such as children, the Civil War, farming, Indians [Native Americans], logging, mining, planes, presidents, Russo-Japanese War, ships, Spanish American War, Trains, and World War I. Most of the stereoviews in the collection were produced in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the Keystone View Company and Underwood and Underwood (which sold the work of a number of photographers). Numerous other companies also are represented. The cards were intended to be viewed through equipment such as stereopticans, which produced a three-dimensional effect. (Mss 255).
  • [Costa Rica]. Kiewit (John S.) Photography Collection, ca. 1968-2000. More than 10,000 color and black/white prints, color slides, and black/white negatives. Color slides constitute the bulk of the collection. The images reflect what Kiewit saw on his travels throughout California and the West, as well as trips to other parts of the U.S. and the world. Prominent places and themes include Baja, barns and farms, Big Sur, buildings and building elements (doors and windows), Carmel [CA], Central Coast [CA], Channel Islands, Death Valley, fences, ghost towns, Hawaii, Hollister Ranch [CA], landscapes, Malibu [CA], Marin County [CA], New England, New Mexico, ocean views, Oregon, Oxnard [CA], rock formations, signs, surfing, trees, Utah, wildflowers, Wyoming, and Yosemite. Other countries represented in the collection include Cook Island, Costa Rica, El Salvador, England, France, Guatemala, Marques and Tahiti Islands, Mexico, Micronesia, and New Zealand. Most of the images were taken from the 1970s to the 1990s. (Mss 228).
  • [Costa Rica]. Olson [Donovan] Colombia Photograph Album, ca. 1935-1943. Album compiled by the son of a missionary family posted to Colombia. Includes many images, with captions, of Cali area; also some of Bogota, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Panama Canal; school days back in the U.S., including Minnesota, and ending with marriage and military service during World War II. (Bernath Mss 252).
  • [Costa Rica]. Thomas [Norman] Photograph Collection, 1948-1964 [bulk dates 1958-1964]. Several thousand b/w prints and negatives, taken by photojournalist Norman Thomas, who was based in New Orleans in the late 1950s to early 1960s. The largest number of photos are from Mexico, with British Honduras, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Jamaica, Nicaragua, and Panama also represented. Included are many images of people in everyday life, street and market scenes, factories, events and parades, and overhead views of villages and cities. There also is an earlier series of photos from the 1948 Nahanni Expedition to northern Canada, and some U.S. photos, including Cape Canaveral, Florida, and a Navajo Reservation Health Program. (Bernath Mss 97).
  • Costa Rica Subject Collection. (Bernath Mss 256).
  • “Cottage Dialogues.” Parts 2 and 3: Nos. 111 and 130 of the Tract Society of the Medodist Episcopal Church. New York, ca. 1830s. (SC 1010).
  • [Cotton]. Brown, William. One invoice for shipping of cotton and potash from port of New York, 18 Apr. 1809. (Wyles SC 918).
  • [Cotton]. Jackson, Andrew, Jr. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Major General Pillow (C.S.A.), recommending a plantation manager who “has the reputation of being the best manager in all Louisiana for cotton, corn & Negroes…” and noting that he has a son Andrew who is serving with Pillow. Hermitage, near Nashville, Tennessee, 19 Oct. 1861. (Wyles SC 124).
  • [Cotton]. Kelliher (M. S.) Collection, 1956-1957. Approximately 550 color slides taken by UCSB faculty member M. S. Kelliher, mainly in E. Pakistan during 1956-1957, while he was developing a teaching program for students there. The slides are organized by the following categories: occupations-workers (e.g. crushing brick, pouring hot tar, cotton fluffing, barber), boats, Dacca markets, Dacca animals, Dacca ruins, Dacca buildings, personal and friends, people and customs, Eid celebration, beggars, ‘horror’ pictures, countryside (incl. Joydipur and Chittagong), children, sports and physical education, outbound trip (incl. Hawaii, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Bangkok), trip to India (inc. Madras, Calcutta, Ganges, Taj Mahal, New Delhi, Lahore). (Bernath Mss 29).
  • [Cotton]. Montgomery (William Pinckney) / Locust Plantation Collection, ca. 1822-1883 [bulk dates 1830s-1860s]. Bills, receipts, indentures, yearly cotton sales records of Montgomery, a planter and plantation owner in Washington County, Mississippi, who declared bankruptcy during the Reconstruction period of 1869. (Wyles Mss 9).
  • [Cotton]. Sprague, William [War Governor of Rhode Island, 1860-1863]. One letter (ALS) responding to Zachariah Allen, re tariff bill on India cotton. Washington, 21 July 1868. Washington, 21 July 1868. (Wyles SC 220).
  • Coughlin, Charles Edward. Flyer re Radio League of the Little Flower. Laid in Father Coughlin’s Radio Discourses. Royal Oak, Michigan, [1932]. (SC 545).
  • County Resource Management Office Collection, 1983-1996. Environmental News packets of photocopied clippings offered by the subscription service run by the [Santa Barbara] County News Service. The clippings are taken from several Santa Barbara and area newspapers. (SBHC Mss 25).
  • Couper [Mildred] Papers, 1920s-1970. Musical manuscripts and other papers of composer Couper including her quarter tone piano compositions. (PA Mss 45).
  • Covarrubias, Maria. One letter (ALS), in Spanish, written on her behalf by her daughter, to her brother, re death of family members including her husband, Jose Maria (a prominent judge and legislator). Santa Barbara, Oct. 1871. Includes translation. (SC 78).
  • Cowper, William (1731-1800). English poet. Holdings include The Task (1802) [Spec PR3382.T3 1802]; the two-volume set Poems (1813) [Spec PR3380.A2 1813]; Private Correspondence of William Cowper, Esq. (1824) [Spec PR3383.A3 J6 1842b]; The Negroe’s Complaint (1826) [Wyles PR3382.N43 1826]; and The Works of Cowper and Thomson (1831), part of the "Books Lincoln Read" collection. Fine press editions of The Diverting History of John Gilpin by the Ballantyne Press (1899) [Spec PR3380.A2 1845 vault] and the Riverside Press (1906) [Printers Z239.H6 C7]. See also William Hayley’s three-volume set The Life and Posthumous Writings of William Cowper (1803), with illustrations by William Blake [Spec PR3383.H4 1803b].
  • Coyne (Claude Harold) Oral History. California Architecture & Art Project. (OH 110).
  • Crane, Stephen (1871-1900). American writer. Holdings include Maggie, a Girl of the Streets (1893) [Spec PS1449.C85 M3 1893 vault], An Ominous Baby (1894) [Spec PS1449.C85 O55 1894], The Red Badge of Courage (1895) [Spec PS1449.C85 R3 1895a], The Little Regiment (1896) [Wyles PZ3.C74 L5], George’s Mother (1896) [Spec PS1449.C85 G4], The Black Riders (1896) [PS1449.C85 B6 1896 vault], The Third Violet (1897) [Spec PS1449.C85 T48], The Open Boat (1898) [Spec PS1449.C85 O6 1898], Active Service (1899) [Spec PS1449.C85 A7 1899], War is Kind (1899) [Spec PS1449.C85 W3 1899], A Lost Poem by Stephen Crane (1900) [Spec PS1449.C85 L6], Whilomville Stories (1900) [Spec PS1449.C85 W5 1900], Men, Women, and Boats (1900) [Spec PS1449.C85 M4 1900], The Monster (1901) [Spec PS1449.C85 M6], Great Battles of the World (1901) [Spec PS1449.C85 G46], The O’Ruddy (1903) [Spec PS1449.C85 O7 1903], and The Collected Poems of Stephen Crane (1930) [Spec PS1449.C85 A17 1930]. Facsimile edition of Crane’s handwritten manuscript for The Red Badge of Courage (1972) [Spec PS1449.C85 R3 1972b]. Fine press editions of A Battle in Greece (1936) by Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 C6], The Blood of the Martyr (1940) by the Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 C7], The Red Badge of Courage by the Limited Editions Club (1944) [Spec PS1449.C85 R3 1944] and the Folio Society (1951) [Spec PS1449.C85 R3 1972], 3 Stories of Peacetime (1965) by the Kingsport Press [Spec PS1449.C85 T54], and Maggie, a Girl of the Streets (1974) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS1449.C85 M3 1974]. See also Stephen Crane: A Photograph and a Letter (1973) [Wyles PS1449.C85 Z55].
  • [Crane, Walter]. Story, [G.?] A. One letter (ALS) to Walter Crane, English artist and book illustrator, complimenting him on his work and saying he is forwarding some sketches to him. South Hampstead, [England], Nov. 11, 1911. (SC 478).
  • Cranston, Alan. One letter (TLS), to Mrs. Hamilton von Breton, re support for Cranston’s bill to prohibit drilling in the Santa Barbara Channel. Washington, DC., 29 Mar. 1969. (SC 66).
  • Crawford, S[amuel] W[ylie] (1829-1892). One letter (ALS) and related material, to Justice [Samuel] Blatchford, re problems with his [Crawford’s] book, The Genesis of the Civil War. New York, 2 July 1887. (Wyles SC 68).
  • Crittenden, Robert. Article and leaflet, 1989. (HPA SC 28).
  • Crossroads Communication Program (San Francisco, CA). Flyers, ca. 1975. (HPA SC 29).
  • Crowe [Phillip A.], Report of the Mission to Central America and Mexico for the World Wildlife Fund, 1967. (SC 898).
  • Cruz [Ricardo] / Catolicos por la Raza Papers, 1967-1993 pdf icon. Correspondence, legal documents, transcripts, photographs, news clippings and ephemera of Cruz, a Chicano rights attorney during the Chicano Movement era and advocate for Latino poor people of the Los Angeles area. Founder of the controversial Católicos por la Raza, which demonstrated against the Catholic Church for its neglect of the Latino community. Also known for his successful legal battle against Los Angeles County’s forced sterilization of undocumented workers. (CEMA 28).
  • Cuala Press. One note (AN), re sending a review copy of The Bounty of Sweden, 13 July 1925, and one list of hand printed books, [ca. 1947]. (SC 349).
  • [Cuba]. Davis [George Wesley] Photograph Album, ca. 1895-1900. Album of George Wesley Davis, with images of the 1895 Santa Barbara Flower Show, other Santa Barbara locales, a newspaper clipping by Davis about a trip to Cuba around the time of the Spanish American War, and related commercial photographs of Cuba, some with captions. (SBHC Mss 80).
  • [Cuba]. Eagleton (George D.) Stereoview Collection, ca. 1860s-2004. The collection contains ca. 6708 stereoviews, 179 other photographic images (most photo postcards), one videotape about stereoviews, 11 stereoviewers, and related books and issues of Stereo World, assembled by George D. Eagleton. The stereoviews, some exceedingly rare, include images from many parts of the U.S, and other countries. They cover subjects such as children, the Civil War, farming, Indians [Native Americans], logging, mining, planes, presidents, Russo-Japanese War, ships, Spanish American War, Trains, and World War I. Most of the stereoviews in the collection were produced in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the Keystone View Company and Underwood and Underwood (which sold the work of a number of photographers). Numerous other companies also are represented. The cards were intended to be viewed through equipment such as stereopticans, which produced a three-dimensional effect. (Mss 255).
  • [Cuba]. Gray [Ethel C.] California, Canal Zone, Cuba Photograph Album, 1935. Album, approx. 100 pages, recording Ethel C. Gray’s six-week rail trip from NYC to the western U.S. (including Yosemite, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego), then by ship (S.S. Virginia) to the Canal Zone and Cuba. Includes photographs, postcards, railroad timetables, hotel brochures, menus, and other ephemera. (Bernath Mss 46).
  • [Cuba]. Guantanamo Bay Collection, ca. 1959-1980s. Pamphlets, newsletters, blueprints, tracts, and other materials, mainly about the U.S. Naval Base (GTMO), including items issued by the U.S. and Cuban governments. (Bernath Mss 96).
  • [Cuba]. Latin America Photograph Album, ca. 1920s. 132 b/w photographs and 9 picture postcards, few captions in English, of a an unnamed American couple on tour, beginning in Cuba and continuing on to Guatemala, El Salvador, and Antigua. Includes streets scenes, buildings, and local inhabitants, coffee, tobacco, and sugar cane plantations and manufacturing facilities. (Bernath Mss 326).
  • [Cuba]. Sawyer (A. T.) Cuba Letter, 1839. (SC 1116).
  • [Cuba]. South America Photograph Album, 1914. 250+ b/w photos, with captions in English, mainly Bolivia, Chile, and Peru, also a few of Panama and Havana. (Bernath Mss 235).
  • [Cuba]. Spanish-American War in Cuba Photographs, ca. 1899. 11 mounted b/w photographs. (Wyles SC 977).
  • [Cuba]. Spanish American War Photograph Collection, ca. 1898-1901. 20 stereoviews and cabinet cards, mainly Cuba and Philippines. (Wyles Mss 131).
  • [Cuba]. Stevenson, Fernald & Co. Cuban Correspondence, 1884. Ten letters (ALS) from Cuban firms to Stevenson, re sugar and molasses trade. Bernath Collection. (Wyles SC 968).
  • [Cuba]. Suareaz [Margarita] Oral History, 1998-1999 [?]. Interviews with the executive director of Avanta (HPA related), member of the anti-Castro forces before the Bay of Pigs invasion, and licensed psychologist, specializing in grief therapy for children. (OH 89).
  • [Cuba]. Whitman [Ralph] Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Papers, 1904-1913. (Bernath Mss 300).
  • Cuba - Florida Scrapbook, 1942. Contents include black and white photographs, color photo postcards, booklets, flyers, cards, and receipts, often with typed captions, mainly from a January 1942 Havana trip, along with photo postcards from the return trip through Florida (Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Palm Beach, Daytona Beach, and St. Augustine), North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, and Pennsylvania. (Bernath Mss 336).
  • Cuba / Haiti Photograph Album, ca. late 1920s.109 b/w prints, most with captions in English, apparently compiled by an American sailor attached to the USS Wright on its visits to Cuba and Haiti during the late 1920s. Includes a number of photos of the Wright, its planes, and its officers and crew, as well as views of other naval vessels, some taken from the air. A few photos show scenes at Guantanamo Bay (including one of a baseball game). (Bernath Mss 40).
  • Cuba [Havana] Photographs, 1925. (Wyles Mss 111).
  • Cuba Photograph Albums, 1905. Two albums with 61 black and white photographs, some duplicates, some captions in English, apparently taken by an American tourist on a visit to Cuba. Includes images of Havana Harbor, boats, Havana coast, Moro Castle, Fort Cabanas, rural areas, banana plantations, local residents and everyday life, scenes around Matanzas. (SC 950).
  • Cuba Photographs, 1901. Three mounted black/white albumen photographs, pack mules transporting sugar cane after the Spanish American War. (SC 992).
  • Cuba – Spanish American War Stereoviews, 1898. Six images, Santiago and Havana, Cuba. (SC 902).
  • Cuba Subject Collection, ca. early 1900s. Maps, brochures, and other printed ephemera. (Bernath Mss 187).
  • Cuban Civil War Era Letter, June 15, 1863. 1 letter (ALS) to Daniel Rolfe of New York, describing the scarcity and high prices that could be obtained for goods such as ham, lard, butter, beans, and potates in Havana. (Wyles SC 996).
  • Cuban Resort Photograph Album, 1936. (Bernath Mss 107).
  • Cudworth, Warren Handel [Chaplain, Massachusetts Infantry, 1st Regiment (Vol)]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Fannie [?], re deplorable conditions nurses face in the army. Washington, 12 July 1861. (Wyles SC 332).
  • Cult Awareness Network (CAN) Collection, ca. 1970s-1990s. Includes files (correspondence, clippings, articles) relating to hundreds of religious groups, as well as internal administrative, financial, and legal files of a cult watchdog group which ceased operations in the mid 1990s. (ARC Mss 19).
  • Cumberland, Richard (1732-1811). English playwright. Holdings include The Carmelite (1791) [Spec PR3392.C37 1791], The Brothers (1792) [Spec PR3392.B7 1792], The West Indian (1792) [Spec PR3392.W4 1792], The Battle of Hastings (1793) [Spec PR3392.B3 1793], and The Fashionable Lover (1793) [Spec PR3392.F4 1793], as well as his long poem Calvary, or, The Death of Christ (1796) [Spec PR3392.C3 1796].
  • Cumberland Presbyterian Mission. One photo album, containing 19 black/white photographs with extensive captions, of the Cumberland Presbyterian Mission, at Kanazawa, Japan, 1906. Includes images of staff and grounds, girls at the school, Kanazawa street scenes, and a Buddhist monastery near Komoro. (Wyles SC 603).
  • [Cummings, E. E.]. Story, Ala. Collection, compiled by Ala Story, American British Art Center board member and, later, Santa Barbara resident. Mainly correspondence from poet Marianne Moore, also a 1947 letter (ALS) from Robert Frost, and photographs of E. E. Cummings, ca. 1944-1966. (SC 295).
  • [Curaçao]. Venezuela and Curaçao Oil Industry Photograph Collection, ca. 1920s. 52 black and white snapshots, most in an album, several of the Curaçoische Petroleum Industrie Maatschappij (CPIM) oil refining facility, and oil rigs and workers at the Venezuelan lake of Maracaibo; also street scenes, shops, local population, port, ships. (Bernath Mss 359).
  • Curletti Family Collection, ca. 1869-1969. Scrapbook, mostly photos from Peru, and family correspondence, telegrams, and biographical notes, mainly relating to Lauro Curletti. Also, letterbook of José / Giuseppe Curletti, 1869-1870, written in Spanish and Italian, with letters from South American cities like Lima and Santiago. (Mss 172).
  • Currency. Two partial, printed, mounted bills stating that "The Possessor of this Bill, shall be paid by the Treasurer of the Colony of Connecticut, Nine Pence, Lawful Money, by the first Day of January, A.D. One Thousand, Seven Hundred and Eighty-two…" Hartford, 1776. (SC 695).
  • Currier, Willard. One Civil War letter (ALS) to his wife. Mississippi, 12 Dec. 1862. (Wyles SC 312).
  • Currier & Ives. "Grand Banner of the Radical Democracy, for 1864." Hand-colored lithographic print, 1864. Item 2681 in Currier & Ives: A Catalogue Raisonne. (Wyles SC 841).
  • Currier Print. One hand-colored print by N. Currier, "Bombardment of Vera Cruz, March 25th, 1847." (Wyles SC 599).
  • Curti, Merle. One letter (TLS) from University of Wisconsin professor Curti to UCSB history professor Wilbur Jacobs, re Jacobs’ treatment of Frederick Jackson Turner’s frontier theory. Madison, Wisconsin, 26 Oct. 1967. (SC 69).
  • Curtis, James F. [Col.]. One Civil War letter (ALS) from an officer in the 4th California Infantry, to the Second Auditor of the Treasury, transmitting list (not included) of names of soldiers who had died Apr.-June 1865. Drum Barracks, CA (Los Angeles), Aug. 4, 1865. (Wyles SC 912).
  • Cushing [Anne Greet] Collection, ca. 1940s-1980s. Prospectuses, slides, and other materials mainly relating to artists and artists’ books, many French, esp. Iliazd. (Printers Mss 40).
  • [Custer, George Armstrong]. [Civil War Era]. Collection of four items, including questionnaire re Ash Palmer; document "Schedule of Coupons…" presented for payment to Ezra Lincoln, Assistant Treasurer, U.S., Boston, 1863; and photo of George Armstrong Custer in uniform. (Wyles SC 703).
  • [Custer, George Armstrong]. Hart, Eugene D. (comp.). One bound typescript, Unpublished Articles and Letters Dealing with the Battle of Little Big Horn, n.d. (Wyles SC 580).
  • [Custer, George Armstrong]. Hart, Eugene D. (comp.). One bound typescript, Unpublished Letters of Officers in the Little Big Horn Campaign, n.d. (Wyles SC 579).
  • [Custer, George Armstrong]. Lyon (Farnham) Collection, ca. 1885-1926. Correspondence to Farnham Lyon, prominent hotel proprietor, from late 1885, and an autograph book that he kept. Also, numerous newspaper clippings relating to Farnham Lyon, Elizabeth B. Custer, the death of Margaret Custer Calhoun Maugham, George Armstrong Custer’s career, and the 1910 dedication of a Custer memorial in Monroe, Michigan. (Wyles Mss 28).
  • Custer, George Armstrong. Printed miscellany/ephemera about Custer, including newspaper articles. (Wyles SC 827).
  • Cutter (Charles G.) Cycling in Europe Collection, ca. 1891-1892. (Bernath Mss 373).
  • Cyanotype Collection, ca. 1890-1900. (Mss 232).
  • [Czechoslovakia]. de Chetelat (Enzo) Papers, ca. 1901-1980s [bulk dates 1920s-1960s]. Autobiography, correspondence, documents, maps, reports, black/white photographs and photograph albums, several thousand color slides, and artifacts of a Swiss-born mining geologist who visited or worked in many countries from the 1920s to the 1970s, including Albania, Algeria, Bali, Belgian Congo, Brazil, British Honduras, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Ceylon, Czechoslovakia, Dahomey, France, French Guinea, French Guyana, French Polynesia, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Laos, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Macau, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mali, Martinique, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Niger, Nigeria, Paracel Islands, Peru, Samoa, Senegal, Singapore, Somalia, Sumatra, Syria, Thailand, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, Upper Volta, Vietnam, and Yugoslavia. (Bernath Mss 316).
  • [Czechoslovakia]. Eagleton (George D.) Stereoview Collection, ca. 1860s-2004. The collection contains ca. 6708 stereoviews, 179 other photographic images (most photo postcards), one videotape about stereoviews, 11 stereoviewers, and related books and issues of Stereo World, assembled by George D. Eagleton. The stereoviews, some exceedingly rare, include images from many parts of the U.S, and other countries. They cover subjects such as children, the Civil War, farming, Indians [Native Americans], logging, mining, planes, presidents, Russo-Japanese War, ships, Spanish American War, Trains, and World War I. Most of the stereoviews in the collection were produced in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the Keystone View Company and Underwood and Underwood (which sold the work of a number of photographers). Numerous other companies also are represented. The cards were intended to be viewed through equipment such as stereopticans, which produced a three-dimensional effect. (Mss 255).
  • [Czechoslovakia]. Roach (Charles A.) Photograph Albums, 1938, 1948. Two albums, b/w photographs, of the travels of the Rev. Roach: 1938 (bicycling to Bucharest, with images of Cracow (and other parts of Poland), Czechoslovakia, Dobšina ice caves, Budapest, Jewish population at Puspokladany, Huedin, Roma (“gypsies”) in Romania, Orlat, farms, Brasov, Ploesh, Bucharest, the Danube, Venice, and England) and 1948 (Norwegian holiday, with images of Stockholm, Oslo, Lillehammer, Gjendesheim, hiking and mountain climbing, Sulheim manor, traditional dress, Naevodalen, Voss, farming, Osterbo, and Steinberdalen). (Bernath Mss 290).