Alphabetical List of Collections: D-J

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  • Dahl, Wilhelm Frithjof. Holograph copy of a story by Dahl, "Elfriede: Ein Märchen," in German, 1922, together with a printed leaflet entitled "Maria," also by Dahl, n.d. (SC 408).
  • 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).
  • [Dahomey]. 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).
  • Daily Citizen (Vicksburg, Mississippi). Newspaper, July 2, 1863 issue, printed on blank side of wallpaper. (Wyles SC 785).
  • [Dakota Territory]. Ward, B. One letter (ALS) to Jonas Huddle, reflecting on the character of local "Yankie" (sic) residents. Cheyenne City, Dakota Territory, 8 Apr. 1868. (Wyles SC 287).
  • Dale, Richard G. [123rd Pennsylvania Vol., Co. G]. One Civil War document: Appointment as first lieutenant, 21 Aug. 1862. (Wyles SC 678).
  • Daley [Dennis] Papers, 1988.Pre-publication copies (lightly annotated) of psychiatrist Daley’s book Surviving Addiction. (HPA Mss 7).
  • Dalzell, James M. [Civil War private]. Manuscript poem, “The Blue and the Gray, 1867.” Rewritten 1917. (Wyles SC 73).
  • Dana, Richard Henry (1815-1882). American lawyer and writer. Holdings include Two Years Before the Mast (1841) [Spec G540.D2 1841], An Address upon the Life and Services of Edward Everett (1865) [Wyles E340.E8 D18], Speeches in Stirring Times (1910) [Wyles E415.7.D3], and Cruelty to Seamen (1937) [Printers Z239.B28 D36 1937]. Fine press edition of Two Years Before the Mast (1936) by the Grabhorn Press [Printers Z239.G7 D288 1936].
  • Daneau, Lambert. Selva d’Aforismi Politici, ca. late 1500s. Vellum-bound volume, collection of political aphorisms taken from Greek and Latin historians, handwritten in Italian by Lambert Daneau (ca. 1530-1595), professor of theology. (Mss 193).
  • [Dance]. Condodina [Alice] Papers. Mainly videotapes re dance, from a UCSB faculty member of dramatic art and dance. (UArch FacP 24).
  • [Dance]. Denishawn (The Ruth St. Denis and Ted Shawn School of Dancing and Its Related Arts). One letter (ALS) on Denishawn letterhead stationery, to Miss Wirt Hicks, thanking her for becoming a founder subscriber to the Denishawn Magazine. New York, [ca. 1924-1925]. (SC 529).
  • Danes, C[harles] A. One letter (ALS), 19 Mar. 1868. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • La Danse Macabre (1486). French version of the "Dance of Death" plays common in Europe during the Plague Years. Holdings include a facsimile edition of the Guy Marchant edition of 1486 (1925) [Printers Z239.4.M3 D3].
  • Dante Alighieri (1265-1321). Italian poet. Holdings include early editions of The Divine Comedy from 1552 [Spec PQ4302.B52], 1555 [Spec PQ4302.B54], and 1568 [Spec PQ4302.B68]; also A Dante Portfolio: A Translation in Progress (1985) by Peter Whigham [Spec PQ4315.21 W45 1985]. Fine press editions of The Divine Comedy such as San Francesco d’Assisi nel Poema di Dante e Negli Affreschi di Giotto (1905) [Printers Z239.6.G515 D37]; with illustrations by William Blake (1931) [Printers Z239.C48 D35 vault], by the Limited Editions Club (1932) [Spec PQ4315.A5 1932]; with illustrations by Sandro Botticelli (1955) [Printers Z239.C535 D35 1955 vault], by Grabhorn Press (1958) [Printers Z239.G7 D3]; with illustrations by Salvador Dalí (1959) [Spec PQ4316.B7 1959 vault]; featuring Italian and English parallel text (1980) [Spec PQ4315.M35 1980]; and Dante Encounters Rinaldo Scrovegni (1981), translated by Peter Whigham and printed by Carol Sipper [Printers Z478.86.S56 D35 1981].
  • Dario Arrus, M. Three black and white photographs, ca. 1890s-1900s, two of mining operations, possibly in the Cerro de Pasco area of Peru. Laid in Dairo Arrus’ El Callao en la epoca del coloniaje antes y despues de la catastrofe de 1746 (Main F3611 C2 D3). (SC 698).
  • [Darjeeling]. 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).
  • Darwin, Charles (1809-1882). English naturalist. Holdings include Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of His Majesty’s Ships Adventure and Beagle (1839) [Darwin F2936.N37 1839]; Journal of Researches into the Geology and Natural History of the Various Countries Visited by H.M.S. Beagle (1839) [Darwin QH11.D2 1839], plus multiple later editions, also in French (1875) [Darwin QH11.D214 1875], German (1893) [Darwin QH11.D215 1893], and Italian (1900) [Darwin QH11.D216 1900]; The Structure and Distribution of Coral Reefs (1842) [Darwin QE565.D2 1842 vault], plus multiple later editions, also in French (1878) [Darwin QE565.D214 1878]; Geological Observations on Coral Reefs, Volcanic Islands, and on South America (1851) [Darwin QE3.D22]; On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection (1859) [Darwin QH365.O2 1859 vault], plus multiple later editions, also in French (1862) [Darwin QH365.O2 F7 1862], German (1870) [Darwin QH365.O2 G4 1870], Dutch (1909) [Darwin QH365.O2 D8 1909], and Italian (1925) [Darwin QH365.O2 I7 1925]; The Movement and Habits of Climbing Plants (1865) [Darwin QK773.D3 1865], also in French (1877) [Darwin QK773.D35]; The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication (1868) [Darwin QH365.V2 1868], plus multiple later editions, also in French (1868) [Darwin QH365.V4 M6] and Dutch (1892) [Darwin QH365.V2 D8 1892]; The Descent of Man (1871) [Darwin QH365.D2 1871]; plus multiple later editions, also in German (1871) [Darwin QH365.D2 G4 1871], Danish (1874) [Darwin QH365.D2 D3 1874], French (1874) [Darwin QH365.D2 F7 1874], and Dutch (1889) [Darwin QH365.D2 D8 1889]; The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals (1872) [Darwin QP401.D3 1872], also in French (1877) [Darwin QP401.D314 1877], Italian (1890) [Darwin QP401.D316 1890], Dutch (1890) [Darwin QP401.D313 1890], and German (1910) [Darwin QP401.D315 1910]; Insectivorous Plants (1875) [Darwin QK917.D24 1875], also in French (1877) [Darwin QK917.D2414 1877]; The Power of Movement in Plants (1880) [Darwin QK771.D22 1880], also in French (1882) [Darwin QK771.D2214 1882]; The Formation of Vegetable Mould Through the Action of Worms (1881) [Darwin QL391.O4 D3 1881], plus multiple later editions; The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin (1887) [Darwin QH31.D2 A2 1887]; Charles Darwin and the Voyage of the Beagle (1945) [Darwin QH11.D16 1945]; and the 29-volume set The Works of Charles Darwin (1986) [Darwin QH365.A1 1986]. Fine press editions of Journal of Researches into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries Visited During the Voyage of H.M.S. Beagle(1956) by the Limited Editions Club [Darwin QH11.D2 1956 and Printers Z239.2.C3 D37 1956], and On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection (1963) by the Limited Editions Club [Darwin QH365.O2 1963b]. A wide variety of additional materials are available in the Darwin / Evolution Collection.
  • Darwin, Charles. One engraved portrait by George E. Perine, New York, [1890]. (SC 620).
  • Darwin [Charles] / Evolution Collection, ca. 1786-1968 [bulk dates 1840s-1920s]. Correspondence, diaries, pamphlets, and other manuscripts relating to Charles Darwin and others interested in the theory of evolution, including Bernard Darwin, Francis Darwin, Julian Huxley, Thomas Henry Huxley, John Stuart Mill, Richard Owen, Herbert Spencer, Marie Stopes, and Anna and Edward Burnett Tylor. (Mss 28).
  • Darwin / Evolution Collection. Nearly 3,000 volumes, including first, signed, and limited editions of books by Charles Darwin and others engaged in the debate on evolution and studies in related fields such as anthropology, botany, genetics, geology, heredity, natural history, population, and religion. Includes early works by other members of the Darwin family, such as Erasmus Darwin, The Botanic Garden: A Poem in Two Parts (1789); Erasmus Darwin, Phytologia, or The Philosophy of Agriculture and Gardening … (1800); Robert Waring Darwin, Principia Botanica, or, A Concise and Easy Introduction to the Sexual Botany of Linnaeus … (1810).
  • Daughters of Union Veterans Jocelyn Morgan Kirkwood Memorial Collection, ca. 1840s-early 1900s. Mainly correspondence, documents, broadsides, cartes de visite, picture postcards, and other material from or about the Civil War era. (Wyles Mss 71).
  • Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War, Department of California & Nevada, 1963-1999. Mainly journals of the annual conventions. (Wyles Mss 95).
  • Davenport [Demorest] Papers, 1939-1994. Collection contain the correspondence, research files, lecture notes, slides, and videos of UCSB Biology and Zoology professor Demorest Davenport. (UArch FacP 45).
  • Davenport, Guy. One letter (TLS) from Davenport to Robert [?], re various personal and current topics, together with offprint his article “Persephone’s Ezra,” about certain writings of Ezra Pound, 1969. (SC 1011).
  • Davidson [Donald C.] Oral History, 1984, 1993. Interviews with University Librarian Davidson, tracing the development of the UCSB Library, explaining the origins of each collection, and describing the trials he faced in keeping pace with the academic needs of a growing institution. Also 1993 interviews with other librarians in conjunction with naming of the Library in honor of Davidson, including Martha Peterson, Windal Simons, Christian Brun, Don Fitch, Grace Callahan, and Henry Tai. (OH 15).
  • Davidson [Donald C.] Papers, ca. 1930s-1980s. Files relating to Davidson’s tenure as UCSB University Librarian (1947-1977) and his research interests on concepts of time throughout history and among various cultures, along with printed works on the same subjects (cataloged separately). (Mss 19).
  • Davidson [Donald C.] Papers. (UArch FacP 7).
  • Davidson [Eugene] Collection, ca. 1917-2002. Books and papers of an historian and editor of Yale University Press, primarily relating to 20th century German history, including the Weimar Republic, Third Reich, Holocaust, Nuremberg trials, international war tribunals, and the Cold War period. (Mss 185).
  • Davies, David. Two letters (TLS) from David Davies to A. F. Pollard and one letter (TL) response from Pollard, re Davies’ book, The Problem of the Twentieth Century, 1930. Found in Davies’ The Problem of the Twentieth Century. (SC 402).
  • Davis, F. B. Civil War sailor’s diary, aboard the USS Quaker City, 1863. (Wyles SC 414).
  • 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).
  • [Davis, Jefferson]. Harrison, Russell B. One letter (TLS) to Henry Whitney Cleveland, re Frank Leslie’s [illustrated newspaper] illustrations of the death of Jefferson Davis. Executive Mansion, Washington, D.C., 11 Feb. 1890. (Wyles SC 108).
  • [Davis, Jefferson]. Howell, M[argaret] G. One letter (ALS) for Jefferson Davis, to John R. O’Neill, Fortress Monroe, 4 May 1867. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • [Davis, Jefferson]. One letter (ALS) from Varina Howell Davis to Mrs. M. L. Newcomb. New Y[ork] Hotel, 7 June 1891. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • [Davis, Jefferson]. One letter (ALS) from Varina Howell Davis to [William] A. Smoot. Richmond, Virginia, 2 June 1893. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • [Davis, Jefferson]. Six letters (ALS) from Jefferson Davis and Varina Howell Davis, 1885-1893. (Wyles Mss 52).
  • [Davis, Jefferson]. Two Civil War era political cartoons, including one by Currier & Ives. (Wyles SC 851).
  • Davis, Jefferson. One letter (ALS) to Edgar Warfield. Beauvoir, Mississippi, 22 July 1885. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Davis, Jefferson. One letter (ALS) to A. C. North (M.D.). Beauvoir, Mississippi, 4 May 1887. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Davis, Jefferson. One letter (ALS) to Thomas Mason. Beauvoir House, [Mississippi], 14 June 1888. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Davis, Jefferson. One letter (ALS) to Edgar Warfield. Beauvoir, Mississippi, 17 Feb. 1889. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Davis, Jefferson. Portraits. (Wyles SC 710).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Davis, Thomas. One letter (ALS) re claim of R. S. Nelson for money due him. [Illinois?], 25 July 1850. (Wyles SC 71).
  • 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).
  • Day, Henry C. (Private, Co. D. 14th New Hampshire Vols.). One Civil War letter (ALS), Savannah, Ga., Feb. 22, [1865]. (Wyles SC 1057).
  • Dayan, Moshe. One letter (TLS), in Hebrew, to Elan Goldman and others, conveying greetings and thanks for their letters. Translation included. Ministry of Defense, Israel, 12 Nov. 1973. (SC 71).
  • Dean, Thomas [New York Cavalry, 8th Regiment]. One Civil War letter (ALS) from John C. Underwood to Governor Horatio Seymour, re death of mutual friend John Dean. Reference to friend’s son, Thomas Dean. Alexandria, Virginia, 17 Oct. 1863. (Wyles SC 357).
  • [Debs, Eugene V.]. Brewer, George D. Two black and white photo postcards of George D. Brewer, one with Eugene V. Debs, ca. 1910. (SC 724).
  • A Declaration of His Highness the Lord Protector inviting the people of England and Wales, to a day of solemn fasting and humiliation. London, 1653. [Gt. Brit. Sovereigns, etc. 1649-1658 (Oliver Cromwell)]. Printed by Henry Hills and William du-Gard. Wing C-7077. (SC 983).
  • DeConde [Alexander] Papers, 1985-1992. Correspondence files re a festschrift in honor of the UCSB professor of history. (UArch FacP 8).
  • Decristel, Georg. One letter (TLS) to Scottish concrete poet and artist Ian Hamilton Finlay and six accompanying examples of concrete poetry by Decristel, which he hopes Finlay willl consider publishing in his journal [Poor. Old. Tired. Horse]. Innsbruck, Austria, May 12, 1966. (SC 498).
  • [Dedham, Massachusetts]. Program and other material relating to the 250th anniversary celebration of the town, 1886. Laid in: Proceedings at the Celebration of the Two Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Incorporation of the Town of Deham Massachusetts [Main F74.D3 D5]. (SC 74).
  • Defoe, Daniel (1660-1731). English writer. Holdings include Jure Divino: A Satyr (1706) [Spec PR3404.J87 1706]; An Account of the Conduct of Robert, Earl of Oxford (1715) [Spec DA497.O8 D43 1715]; The Political History of the Devil (1739) [Spec PR3404.H5 1739]; The Secrets of the Invisible World Disclos’d (1740) [Spec BF1445.D34 1740]; The History of the Union Between England and Scotland (1799) [Spec DA807.D3 1799]; The Life and Strange Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (1804), part of the "Books Lincoln Read" collection [Wyles E457.21.L5 D4]; Religious Courtship (1811) [Spec HQ731.D333 1811]; and Street-Robberies Consider’d (1973) [Spec HV6665.G7 D43 1973]. Fine press editions of Robinson Crusoe by the Limited Editions Club (1930) [Spec PR3403.A1 1930 and Printers Z239.G7 D35], Heritage Press (1958) [Spec PR3403.A1 1958], and the Folio Society (1972) [Spec PR3403.A1 1972]; The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders by the Bibliophilist Society (1931) [Spec PR3404.M6 1931b], the Limited Editions Club (1954) [Printers Z239.P4 D43], and the Folio Society (1972) [Spec PR3404.M6 1965]; A Journal of the Plague Year by the Limited Editions Club (1968) [Spec PR3404.J6 1968] and Heritage Press (1968) [Printers Z239.H46 D43]; and Roxana, the Fortunate Mistress (1976) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PR3404.F6 1976].
  • De la Garza Collection on the Latino Museum of History of Art and Culture. (CEMA 52).
  • De Mille (Richard) Collection, 1959-1979. Mainly material relating to de Mille’s research and writings on Carlos Castaneda. (Mss 20).
  • Dellenbaugh [Frederick S.] Cruise Journal, 1906. Trip to West Indies, Venezuela, and Florida. (Wyles SC 983).
  • Delos Corporation (Sherman Oaks, CA). Leaflet, n.d. (HPA SC 30).
  • Demant, Vigo Auguste. “Address at Requiem for Thomas Stearns Eliot,” Church of St. Stephen, South Kensington, London, 17 Feb. 1965. Part of a larger printed parish monthly newsletter. (SC 1012).
  • Democratic National Convention, 1920. Guest Pass, Seventh Session, with engraved portrait of Woodrow Wilson. San Francisco, 28 June 1920. (SC 748).
  • 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).
  • Demosthenes (384-322 BC). Greek orator, credited with crafting the most perfect speech in history. Holdings include versions of his famous orations in Greek and Latin (1604) [Spec PA3949.A2 1604], French (1777) [Spec PA3951.F8 1777], and English (1830) [Spec PA3951.E5 1830].
  • Denishawn (The Ruth St. Denis and Ted Shawn School of Dancing and Its Related Arts). One letter (ALS) on Denishawn letterhead stationery, to Miss Wirt Hicks, thanking her for becoming a founder subscriber to the Denishawn Magazine. New York, [ca. 1924-1925]. (SC 529).
  • [Denmark]. 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).
  • [Denmark]. Jendarata Rubber Company Ltd Photograph Album, ca. 1914. 52 b/w photos, with captions in Danish, showing the Jendarata rubber plantation and factory in Lower Perak, then part of the Federated Malay States (now Malaysia), which was established by Danish engineer Aage Westenholz, uncle of Karen Blixen (Out of Africa), whose farm in Kenya he also helped fund. Also includes images of Danish managers and local population (described as Javanese), countryside, musicians and instruments, religious festivals, Malacca, and Bornam River. (Bernath Mss 274).
  • [Denmark]. Petersen, Carl [aka Karl Pedersen]. One ms diary in Danish, re 1880 move from Denmark to Nebraska, with typescript translation. Copy of translation published in UCSB Libraries’ Soundings. (SC 241).
  • [Denmark]. World War II Danish Resistance Collection, ca. 1940-1945. Pamphlets, flyers, joke books, and other printed materials produced in resistance to the Nazi occupation of Denmark. (Bernath Mss 161).
  • Dent, Rowley E. Diary, partly relating to Santa Barbara, 1870. (Wyles SC 76).
  • Department of the Cumberland, Headquarters. Three Civil War documents: General Orders, 1862-1863. (Wyles SC 311).
  • Department of the South, Headquarters. One Civil War document: General Orders, 1864. (Wyles SC 313).
  • Depew, Chauncey M. (1834-1928). One note (ANS), re a speech by Depew, president of the New York Central Hudson River Railroad Co. and, later, Republican senator from New York. [New York], 28 May 1886. (SC 76).
  • Depew, Chauncey M. One typewritten account of Depew, re his role as Secretary of State of the train carrying Lincoln’s body from Albany. Notes, for example, that “Wherever the highway crossed the railway track the whole population of the neighborhood was assembled… Huge bonfires lighted up the scene….” N.p., [1924?]. (Wyles SC 75).
  • Destouches, Philippe Néricault (1680-1754). French playwright. Holdings include Le Curieux Impertinent (1711) [Spec PQ1977.D7 A634 1711]; Le Philosophe Marié (1727), La Force du Naturel (1750), L’Obstacle Imprévu (1767), and La Fausse Agnès (1772), all anthologized in Spec PQ1977.D7 A75 1727; and L’Ingrat (1775) [Spec PQ1977.D7 I5].
  • [Detroit]. One handwritten invoice re furnishing half bushel of lime to repair the barracks in the citadel of Detroit [part of the Northwest Territory of the United States since 1796], 14 Oct. 1797. (SC 807).
  • [Detroit]. Posters of the 1960s, [bulk dates latter 1960s]. 27 original printed posters, many in vivid color, most advertising concerts and readings in Detroit, San Francisco, and Santa Barbara / Isla Vista, CA. Includes appearances by Big Brother & the Holding Company; Blood, Sweat & Tears; Richard Brautigan; Basil Bunting; Cream; Doors; Fugs; and John Mayall. Poster artists include Jim Blashfield, Gary Grimshaw, John Lodge, Carl Lundgren, and Chuck Miller. (Mss 265).
  • Devens, Charles [General]. One letter (ALS), re his service in the Civl War. Boston, 6 Apr. 1887. (Wyles SC 77).
  • Dewey, J. H. [Captain, Pennsylvania Cavalry, 13th Regiment]. One Civil War document (ADS) from Ordnance Office, Property Returns Division, re stoppage of pay. Washington, D.C., 29 Mar. 1864. (Wyles SC 386).
  • De Wolf, Isabella Colt. One letter (ALS) to her cousin Ellen, including mention of Samuel P. Colt, industrialist and politician from Rhode Island. Nice, France, 29 Mar. n.y. (SC 80).
  • DeWolfe [Barbara] Papers, 1998-2000. Typescript, printed copies of autobiographical and other writings by Barbara Blanchard DeWolfe (1912-    ), professor of zoology at UCSB, 1946-1977. (UArch FacP 26).
  • DeWolfe [Robert Hill] Papers. (UArch FacP 9).
  • 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).
  • Diamond Oil Company Prospectus, ca. 1900. Pamphlet and map from the Diamond Oil Company of San Francisco. (SC 1107).
  • Dickens, Charles (1812-1870). English novelist. Holdings include Sunday Under Three Heads (1836) as Timothy Sparks [Spec PR4572.S96 1836]; Watkins Tottle (1836) as Boz [Spec PR4570.A1 1836b]; The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club (1837) [Spec PR4569.A1 1837b], also part of the "Books Lincoln Read" Collection (1847) [Wyles E457.21.L5 D5]; The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (1839) [Spec PR4565.A1 1839], also in French (1888) [Spec PR4565.A4 1888]; Master Humphrey's Clock (1840) [Spec PR4572.M3 1840]; Barnaby Rudge (1841) [Spec PR4555.A1 1841]; The Loving Ballad of Lord Bateman (1842) with William Makepeace Thackeray [Printers Z257.L694 1842]; American Notes for General Circulation (1842) [Spec PR4572.A5 1842 and Wyles E165.D5]; A Christmas Carol (1843) [Spec PR4572.C68]; Martin Chuzzlewit (1844) [Spec PR4563.A1 1844]; The Chimes (1845) [Spec PR4572.C5 1845]; Pictures from Italy (1846) [Spec PR4572.P5]; The Battle of Life: A Love Story (1846) [Spec PR4572.B3 1846c]; Dombey and Son (1847) [Spec PR4559.A1 1847]; a 19-volume set of Dickens' weekly magazine Household Words (1850-1859) [Spec AP1.H6878]; David Copperfield (1850) [Spec PR4558.A1 1850]; A Child's History of England (1852) [Spec PR4572.C47 1852 vault]; Bleak House (1852) [Spec PR4556.A1 vault]; Hard Times (1854) [Spec PR4561.A1]; Little Dorrit (1857) [Spec PR4562.A1 1857]; a 30-volume set of Dickens' weekly magazine All the Year Round (1859-1873) [Spec AP1.A4492]; The Uncommercial Traveller (1860) [Spec PR4572.U6 1860]; Our Mutual Friend (1865) [Spec PR4568.A1 1865]; The Mystery of Edwin Drood (1870) [Spec PR4564.A1 vault]; the two-volume set The Letters of Charles Dickens (1879) [Spec PR4581.A3 D6 1879]; No Thoroughfare (1909) with Wilkie Collins [Spec PR4572.N62 1909]; The Life of Our Lord (1934) [Spec PR4572.L5]; Dickens' London (1966) [Spec PR4553.V3 1972]; and Dickens' Working Notes for His Novels (1987) [Spec PR4586.D5 1987]. Fine press editions of A Christmas Carol by the Roycroft Shop (1902) [Printers Z239.R67 D5], the Press of the Woolly Whale (1930) [Printers Z239.W66 D52 1930 vault], William Edwin Rudge (1930) [Printers Z239.R8 D52], the Grabhorn Press (1950) [Printers Z239.G7 D52 vault], and the Arion Press (1993) [Printers Z239.A726 D53 1993]; The Holly Tree (1903) by the Roycroft Shop [Printers Z239.R67 D524 1903]; Doctor Marigold (1908) by T.N. Foulis [Printers Z239.2.F66 D533 1908]; The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club (1933) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PR4569.A1 1933]; the 24-volume set The Nonesuch Dickens (1937) by Nonesuch Press [Printers Z239.2.N6 D5 1937]; A Tale of Two Cities (1938) by the Heritage Press [Spec PR4571.A1 1938b]; Dombey and Son (1957) by the Limited Editions Club [Printers Z239.L5 D53]; Hard Times by the Limited Editions Club (1966) [Spec PR4561.A1 1966] and the Imprint Society (1972) [Spec PR4561.A1 1972]; The Short Stories of Charles Dickens (1971) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PR4552.A5]; and Pictures from Italy (1982) by the Allen Press [Printers Z239.A46 D52 1982]. Additionally, some adaptations of Dickens' works have been recorded on 78 RPM records, such as Dickens' Christmas Carol featuring Basil Rathbone [PA Columbia M-521]. Also available are two handwritten letters from the author's son, Charles Culliford Boz Dickens (1837-1896), dated 1880 [SC 83] and 1887 [SC 81].
  • Dickens [Charles] Collection. Dickens ephemera, including a note (ANS), possibly with Dickens’ signature. (SC 856).
  • [Dickens, Charles]. One letter (ALS) from Dickens’ son, also named Charles Dickens, to [?] Gay, re visiting the Union League Club, 1887. Laid in: Charles Dickens, Bleak House [Spec PR4556 .A1 1853d]. (SC 81).
  • [Dickens, Charles]. One letter (ALS) from Dickens’ son, also named Charles Dickens, to [?] Massell, regretting to inform him that he has long since given away every scrap of his father’s writings. London, 27 Oct. 1880. (SC 83).
  • Dickinson, Anna Elizabeth. One letter (ALS) from the abolitionist, lecturer, actress, playwright, and feminist Dickinson, re an invitation to speak – says her fee is $150 and her schedule is very busy, but she is willing to consider the offer. Philadelphia, 12 Sept. 1866. (Wyles SC 78).
  • Dickinson, Emily (1830-1886). American poet. Holdings include Poems: Second Series (1892) [Spec PS1541 .P62 1892], Further Poems of Emily Dickinson (1929) [Spec PS1541 .A1 1929], Bolts of Melody (1945) [Spec PS1542 .A137], the two-volume set The Manuscript Books of Emily Dickinson (1981) [Spec PS1541 .A1 1981], and The Master Letters of Emily Dickinson (1986) [Spec PS1541 .Z5 A4 1986]. Fine press editions of Poems (1952) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS1541 .A6 1952], My Cricket (1986) by the Oldtown Press [Spec PS1541 .M88 1986], and (Compound Frame) Seven Poems by Emily Dickinson (1998) co-published by Janus Press and Gefn Press [Printers Z239 .J35 D53 1998]. See also Ancestors’ Brocades: The Literary Debut of Emily Dickinson (1945) by Millicent Todd Bingham [Spec PS1541 .Z5 B53].
  • Dictionaries. Early examples such as: Edward Phillips, The New World of Words: Or, A General English Dictionary … Together with the Definitions of All Those Terms That Conduce to the Understanding of any of the Arts or Sciences … (1678); John Jacob Hofmann’s Lexicon Universale … (1698); Elisha Coles, An English Dictionary (1717); N. Bailey, Dictionarium Britannicum (1736); John Barrows’ A New and Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences (1751); Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary of the English Language (1775), and Noah Webster’s An American Dictionary of the English Language (1830); Japanese woodblock picture dictionary (1874).
  • Diderot, Denis (1713-1784). French writer and philosopher. Holdings include the 35-volume set Encyclopédie, ou, Dictionnaire Raisonné des Sciences, des Arts et des Métiers (1751) [Spec AE25.E5 1751 vault], Le Pere de Famille: Comédie en Cinq Actes et en Prose (1767) [Spec PQ1997.T6 1772], Select Essays from the Encyclopedy (1772) in English [Spec AE25.E52 1772], and the three-volume Collection Complétes des Oeuvres Philosophiques, Littéraires et Dramatiques (1773) [Spec PQ1979.A1 1773]. Fine press edition of The Nun (1972) by the Folio Society [Spec PQ1979.A76 E52 1972].
  • Didion, Joan. One letter (TLS) to Mr. [?] Norbutt, re the writing process, 5 Feb. 1979. (SC 77).
  • Die-Cut Advertising Literature, ca. 1883-1960. 101 pamphlets, booklets, cards, and flyers cut in shapes such as animals, books, bottles, boxes, cans, fruit and vegetables, hats, oysters, and shoes. Many of the items are highly illustrated and printed in vivid colors. Most are early – mid 20th century, some from California. The collection is arranged alphabetically, by company name. (Mss 202).
  • Diemer [Emma Lou] Papers. Manuscript scores, business correspondence and royalty statements, programs, review and clippings of composer and UCSB faculty member Emma Lou Diemer. (PA Mss 41).
  • “Diese Widmung,” 1907. Portfolio of German Southwest Africa (now Namibia) color prints. (SC 859).
  • Diman Family Papers, 1822-1865. Papers of Byron Diman (1795-1865), governor of Rhode Island (1846-1848) and prominent merchant of Bristol. Includes correspondence, shipping records, and business papers of Devol, Diman, & Co.; correspondence with the D’Wolf family of Bristol, with his brother-in-law William Henry Wight and his firm of Wight and Fleury in New York, and with his nephew, also named William Henry Wight. Also includes correspondence with his son, Henry Wight Diman, a student at Brown University (1854-1858) and assistant consul in Oporto, Portugal (1862-1865). (Wyles Mss 11).
  • 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).
  • Direct Relief International Oral History. Interviews with Dennis Karczag and others about the development of the Santa Barbara-based relief agency. (OH 33).
  • Direct Relief International Collection, ca. 1990-1998. Mainly tapes and transcripts of interviews Dale Carlisle did with Direct Relief International (DRI) staff and other individuals regarding the establishment in 1948 and history of DRI and its founders Wilhelm (William) Zimdin and Dezso (Dennis) Karczag. Also included is a printed copy of Carlisle’s A History of Direct Relief International (1998), and some published material like annual reports. (SBHC Mss 22).
  • [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).
  • Dixon, David R. Vitae, notes on transpersonal psychology, published articles, unpublished papers, underground magazine, ca. 1970-1989. (HPA SC 31).
  • 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).
  • [Dobie, James Frank]. Special supplement of the Austin American-Statesman (Austin, Texas), October 25, 1964, dedicated to Dobie, folklorist and newspaper columnist who wrote about rural and early days of Texas. (Wyles SC 846).
  • Documents, 1767-1829. Mainly financial and legal documents, most from U.S. east coast. (SC 665).
  • Documents, 1830-1849. Mainly financial and legal documents, most from U.S. east coast. (SC 668).
  • Documents, 1850-1859. Mainly financial and legal documents, most from U.S. east coast. (SC 670 OV).
  • Documents, 1860-1889. Mainly financial and legal documents, most from U.S. east coast. (SC 671).
  • Dodd, Ira S. One Civil War letter (ALS) and accompanying envelope, to his parents, mainly about the latest battle and related heavy shelling. South side of the Rappahannock, 6 June 1863. (Wyles SC 79).
  • Dohrman [Selina] Collection, ca. 1960s. Pamphlets, articles, typescripts, drawings, and other material relating to a range of religions acquired by Selina Dorhrman, a disciple of Karpal Singh. (ARC Mss 49).
  • Dole [William E.] Collection, 1708-1730. Two manuscript volumes representing the records of parishioners of the Church of San Bartolomeo in Apice, by Domen-Antonio Mazzucchi, Rectors and others. (Mss 146).
  • The Domesday Book (1086). A detailed survey of England made on the order of William the Conqueror after his successful invasion of that country in 1066. Holdings include a full-color facsimile edition accompanied by a translation, maps, and indicies in six boxes (1986-1992) [Spec DA190.D6913 1986 vault]. Also, a collection of Domesday Book related exhibit materials compiled by R. Welldon Finn (1967) [Spec DA190.D7 F47].
  • Dominguez [C.] Peruvian Photograph Collection, ca. 1972. 43 black/white photographs taken by C. Dominguez, of Peruvian men, women, and children of African descent. (Bernath Mss 168).
  • [Dominican Republic]. 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).
  • Donaldson, Thomas. One letter (ALS) from Thomas Donaldson to [?] Burton, re Donaldson’s book, possibly Architectura Numismatica (1859). [London], 4 March 1873. (SC 404).
  • Donne, John (1572-1631). English poet and preacher. Holdings include fine press editions by the Nonesuch Press, such as Ten Sermons Preached by That Late Learned Rev. Divine John Donne (1923) [Printers Z239.2 .N6 D6], Paradoxes and Problems (1923) [Printers Z239.2 .N6 D598 1923], Complete Poetry and Selected Prose (1929) [Printers Z239.2 .N6 D596 1929], and The Courtier’s Library (1930) [Printers Z239.2 .N6 D5964 1930]. Facsimile edition of The First Anniversarie: An Anatomie of the World (1926) reprinting the edition of 1621 [Printers Z239.2.D6 D6]. Additional fine press editions of Donne’s works by Fanfrolico Press (1925) [Printers Z239.2 .F3 D65], the Peter Pauper Press (1934) [Printers Z239 .P4 D65], Overbrook Press (1941) [Printers Z239 .O8 D65], Golden Eagle Press (1946) [Printers Z239 .G648 D65], and Deaths Duell (1973) by Godine Press [Printers Z239 .G56 D65].
  • 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).
  • Doolittle, Hilda (1886-1961). Galley proofs of End to Torment: A Memoir of Ezra Pound, by Doolittle, a poet, novelist, and memoirist, 1979. (SC 84).
  • Doolittle, John H. (Lieutenant, 20th Connecticut). Civil War era documents and letter, 1863-1867. (Wyles SC 1060).
  • Dorbin [Sanford] Papers, ca. 1965-2001. Primarily material relating to Dorbin’s bibliography of Charles Bukowski, manuscript drafts of his poetry and other writings, and files pertaining to his poetry magazine Schist: A Journal of Poetry and Graphics (1973-1978), in which some of Bukowski’s poems appeared. The Bukowski material includes research files, manuscript drafts and some proofs of the bibliography, as well as correspondence with Charles Bukowski, Black Sparrow publisher John Martin, Douglas Blazek, Marvin Malone (Wormwood Review), Sherri Martinelli, Jon Webb (Loujon Press), Carl Weissner, and others. (Mss 21).
  • Dorchester Academy Photograph Album, ca. 1890s. Album, with 60+ b/w photos, taken by a missionary school teacher at the Dorchester Academy in the African American community at McIntosh, Liberty, County, Georgia, ca. 1890s. (Wyles Mss 104).
  • Doré, Gustave (1832-1883). French illustrator. Holdings include Histoire de la Sainte Russie (1854) [Printers Z257.D673 1854] and The Bible in Pictures (1934) [Spec BS560.D9]. Also, illustrated volumes of The History of Don Quixote (n.d.) by Cervantes [Printers Z239.2.C33 C4], Edmond About's Le Roi des Montagnes (1861) [Spec PQ2151.R5 1861], Tennyson's Vivien (1867) [Spec PR5559.M3 1867], Atala (1867) by the Vicomte de Chateaubriand [Printers Z257.C427 1867], The Fables of La Fontaine (ca.1870) [Spec PQ1811.E3 T6 1870z], Thomas Hood [Selected Poems] (1870) [Spec PR4796.T5 1870], a two-volume set of Œuvres de Rabelais (1873) [Spec PQ1682.M6 1873a], Balzac's Contes Drolatiques (1874) [Spec PQ2164.A402 1874b], Dante's Purgatory and Paradise (1883) [Spec PQ4315.13.C3 1883], Orlando Furioso (1883) by Ariosto [Spec PQ4582.S5 A36], Milton's Paradise Lost (1887) [Spec PR3560 1887a], The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1931) [Spec PN6193.M8 D6 1931], and The Rime of the Ancient Mariner (1966) by Samuel Taylor Coleridge [Spec PR4479.A1 1966].
  • 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).
  • Dos Décadas de Artistas Chicanas Exhibition Collection   pdf icon. 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 17).
  • Dos Passos [John] Letters, 1966, 1967. One letter (ALS) to Michael Heskett (Santa Barbara, CA) re 1920s literature, disagreeing strongly with the characterization of it being the ‘lost generation.’ Westmoreland, VA, Apr. 22, 1966. Also, photocopy of one letter (ALS), to Mr. [?] Africa re Dos Passos’ criticism of the New Left as well intentioned but idealistic and misinformed about the “forces at large in the world.” Westmoreland, VA, Oct. 22, 1967. (SC 85).
  • Dothard [Robert Loos] Collection, ca. 1938-1963. Correspondence, Christmas cards, stock certificates and ephemera, mainly relating to the printing firm of William E. Rudge’s Sons, Inc. Dothard was one of the five original partners of the firm and the firm’s typographer for several years. He later had a long, distinguished career as a book designer, with many of his books being accepted for the Fifty Books exhibitions of the American Institute of Graphic Arts. (Printers Mss 6).
  • Doty [Edward] Collection, ca. 1970-1983. Historical U.S. and worldwide stamps and stamp covers. (Mss 22).
  • Dougan [Robert Ormes] Collection, ca. 1950s-1970s. Mainly printed ephemera from the Zamorano (Los Angeles) and Roxburghe (San Francisco) clubs, collected by Dougan, former President of the Friends of UCSB Library and Director of the Huntington Library, 1958-1972. (Printers Mss 39).
  • Dougan [Robert Ormes] Oral History, ca. 1983. Recollections of the former librarian for the University of Dublin and the Huntington Library, including experiences with the rebinding of the Book of Kells, his efforts to augment the Huntington’s extensive collections, and the numerous scholars he became acquainted with during his career. (OH 5).
  • Douglass, Frederick (1817-1895). American orator, writer, and journalist. Holdings include Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass (1846) [Wyles E449.D6 A31 vault], The Claims of the Negro, Ethnologically Considered (1854) [Wyles E441.D63 vault], My Bondage and My Freedom (1855) [Wyles E449.D6 A29], Oration by Frederick Douglass Delivered on the Occasion of the Unveiling of the Freedmen's Monument in Memory of Abraham Lincoln (1876) [Wyles E457.8.D68], The Life and Times of Frederick Douglass (1962) [Wyles E449.D6 A3 1962], and "Your Late Lamented Husband:" An Unpublished Letter of Frederick Douglass to Mary Todd Lincoln (2000) [Wyles E449.D732 A34 2000].
  • Douglas, Helen Gahagan. One letter (TLS) to Mrs. David Ellis Lit, re book The Eleanor Roosevelt We Knew, Sept. 19, 1963; also one letter (ALS) to Harriette von Breton, soliciting gifts for the Harlem School of the Arts, Inc. New York, 23 April 1969. Douglas was an actress and the first woman elected to Congress from California, in 1944. She later coined the term “Tricky Dick,” for Richard Nixon, who had run a smear campaign against her in the 1950 Senate race, which he won against her. (SC 86).
  • Douglas, Henry Kyd. One poem, “Impromptu Lines,” Sept. 1863. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Douglas, R[obert] B. One letter (ALS) from author Robert B. Douglas, to a Mr. Keeson re a ticket for a lottery conducted in conjunction with the Paris Exhibition of 1889. Paris, 23 December 1897. (SC 405).
  • Douglass, Frederick (1817-1895). American orator, writer, and journalist. Holdings include Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass (1846) [Wyles E449.D6 A31 vault], The Claims of the Negro, Ethnologically Considered (1854) [Wyles E441.D63 vault], My Bondage and My Freedom (1855) [Wyles E449.D6 A29], Oration by Frederick Douglass Delivered on the Occasion of the Unveiling of the Freedmen’s Monument in Memory of Abraham Lincoln (1876) [Wyles E457.8.D68], The Life and Times of Frederick Douglass (1962) [Wyles E449.D6 A3 1962], and “Your Late Lamented Husband:” An Unpublished Letter of Frederick Douglass to Mary Todd Lincoln (2000) [Wyles E449.D732 A34 2000].
  • Douglass, Frederick. Lithograph portrait, lithograph, n.d. (Wyles SC 756).
  • Dow, Neal [General]. Three notes (ANS), responding briefly to notes from others. Portland, Maine, 1879, 1883, 1895. (Wyles SC 82).
  • Downey [William] Papers, 1922-1994. Correspondence files, photographs, and newspaper clippings of a Santa Barbara African American and his career as a newspaper columnist, novelist, and teacher. (CEMA 32).
  • 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).
  • Dozer (Donald Marquand) Papers, ca. 1939-1975 [bulk dates 1940s]. Collection of a Latin American specialist in the DRA and a UCSB faculty member; includes typescript of book Latin America: An Interpretative History, files from Dozer’s government service in the 1940s, and newspaper clippings (mostly about Argentina). (Bernath Mss 6).
  • Drage [Godfrey] Burma Photograph Album, ca. 1901-1903. (Bernath Mss 273).
  • Dramatic Arts Collection. Programs, playbills and clippings from the stage and the early days of film. (PA Mss 7).
  • Drayton, Michael (1563-1631). English poet. Holdings include an early edition of England’s Heroical Epistles (1737) [Spec PR2257.E6 1737]; fine press edition of The Ballad of Agincourt and the Ode to the Virginian Voyage (1926) by the Shakespeare Head Press [Printers Z239.2.S48 D7].
  • Drever, Stuart D. One letter (ALS) from Orkney native Stuart D. Drever to F. E. Beddard, editor of the Progressive Science Series, re a claim in The Book of Whales that the inhabitants of Orkney eat whales, which Drever says is mistaken and insulting. London, Mar. 30, 1908. (SC 406).
  • 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).
  • Drew [Ann] Correspondence, 1861-1865. 11 Civil War era letters (ALS) to Miss Ann Drew of Smithville, NC. (Wyles SC 938).
  • Driscoll [Thomas] Collection, 1836-1953 [bulk dates 1890-1918]. Mainly World War I photographs, pamphlets, intelligence reports, newspaper clippings, and correspondence (also incl. Theodore Roosevelt and Gen. Sheridan letters), as well as some 19c photographs of Brazil, collected by Driscoll, who served as in the U.S. Army’s 91st Division during and after the war. (Bernath Mss 7).
  • Driscoll [Mrs. Thomas] Oral History. Interview with a prominent Santa Barbara resident, re family history and their association with Admiral Farragut, Cyrus McCormick, Mark Twain, and Theodore Roosevelt. Also personal experiences of Santa Barbara elite society ca. 1900 and the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 34).
  • Drosh Mule Corps Expedition Photograph Collection, ca. 1920s. 48 black/white photographs by a member of a British expedition in the mountainous area of Hindu Kush (now northern Pakistan/Afghanistan), near the Russian frontier, including images of Drosh fort and bazaar, mountain views and passes, river gorges, bridges, local people, mules, Kaffiristani carved effigies of horse and rider. (Bernath Mss 237).
  • Drummond, Richard. [21st Alabama Vol., Company K]. One Confederate Civil War document (ADS), discharge papers. Richmond, Virginia, 14 Sept. 1863. (Wyles SC 55).
  • Drummond, William (1585-1649). Scottish poet. Holdings include fine press editions of A Cypress Grove (1919) by the Hawthornden Press [Spec PR2262.C9 1919] and William Drummond of Hawthornden: Poems and Prose (1976) by the Scottish Academic Press [Spec PR2261.M3 1976].
  • Dryden, John (1631-1700). English poet. Holdings include early editions of Dryden’s Poems (1691) [Spec PR3420.P63 1691] and Dryden’s Virgil (1697) [Spec PA6807 A1 D7 1697 vault]; also Fables Ancient and Modern (1713) [Spec PR3418.F3 1713], Original Poems and Translations by John Dryden, Esq. (1743) [Spec PR3412.T62], and T.S. Eliot’s edition of Dryden’s essay Of Dramatick Posie (1928) [Spec PS3509.L76 Z3 D7]. Fine press editions of Alexander’s Feast (1925) by Clarendon Press [Spec PR3416.A5 1925], All for Love (1929) accompanied by a facsimile of the 1678 first edition [Printers Z239.N3 D79 1929], Epilogue Spoken to the King (1932) by Clarendon Press [Spec PR3416.E65 1932], and the Stourton Press edition of All for Love (1932) [Printers Z239.2.S59 D78].
  • Du Pont – die Bie, Alexis I. Vitae, leaflets, papers, 1980s. (HPA SC 32).
  • Duardo (Richard) Collection of Silkscreen Prints, 1976-1986   pdf icon. Materials of the Chicano graphic artist. (CEMA 65).
  • Duenewald [Ralph M.] Collection, ca. 1971-1983. Mainly correspondence between Duenewald and Hobart Skofield, re the William E. Rudge printing firm. (Printers Mss 7).
  • Duke Dos Santos [Maria] Collection. 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).
  • Dumas, Alexandre (1802-1870). French novelist and playwright. Holdings include Impressions de Voyage (1838) [Spec DC27.D874 1838]. Fine press editions of A Gil Blas in California (1933) by the Primavera Press [Spec F865.D882 and Printers Z239.P7 D86 1933]; as well as The Count of Monte Cristo (1941) [Printers Z239.L5 D78], Twenty Years After (1958) [Printers Z239.L5 D82], and The Man in the Iron Mask (1964) [Printers Z239.L5 D8], all by the Limited Editions Club. Additionally, an adaptation of The Count of Monte Cristo has been recorded on 78 RPM records [PA Decca DA-337].
  • Dumas [Nicholas] Oral History, 2000-2001. Interviews with a Greek immigrant who settled in Santa Barbara. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 8).
  • Dunlap (Margaret S.) Papers, ca. 1940s-1990s. Bio/personal files, sketch books, slides, photographs and other material of a local artist who created many public art works in Santa Barbara. (SBHC Mss 67).
  • Dunn, Horace Sargent [Lieutenant, Massachusetts Infantry, 22nd Regiment (Vol)]. Obituary notice, n.d. (Wyles SC 336).
  • Dunshee, Charlotte. Two letters (TLS) and one letter (ALS) to Harvey Taylor, 1942, and clipping, laid in Dunshee’s Through the Ages [Spec PS3507.U926 T5]. (SC 88).
  • [Dutch East Indies]. 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).
  • Dutch East Indies Photograph Album, ca. 1920. 113 b/w professional photographs, with images of Bali (women, some palaces and temples), New Guinea (mainly Papua inhabitants), Java (Malang, Soerabaia, Grissee, Solo, Madioen – people, buildings, street scenes, temples, volcanoes, crater-lakes), Sumatra (Palembang, Bencoolen, Sabang, Krakatau, Ambon and Ceram – local population and scenery), Lombok (Maharaja of Lombok with two children), Perak (harbor, lighthouse, important buildings), and Banka (Telok Betong and Muntok). (Bernath Mss 82).
  • Dutch East Indies Photograph Albums, ca. late 1920s. Five albums, mostly of images on tour around Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia) places like Sumatra (Pedang to Medang). (Bernath Mss 209).
  • Dutch East Indies Photograph Albums, ca. 1902-1919 [bulk dates 1908-1913]. 162 black/white photos mounted in 6 albums. Also, one document re E. Kepper, possible compiler of the albums. Many of the photos are of colonial officials and military, their families, offices and residences, various gatherings and events, as well as local scenes and countryside. Most photos are of the Magelang (Java) area. Other locations include: Java (Semarang, Salatiga) and Sumatra (Palembang). (Bernath Mss 218).
  • Dutch East Indies Tin Mining Photograph Album, ca. 1910. 136 black and white mounted photographs, printed Dutch captions, in an album entitled "Banka-Album," presumably referring to Bangka Island, east of Sumatra and site of one of the world’s largest tin-mining operations. Locales include Muntok, Djeboes, Blinjoe, Soengeiliat, Merawang, Pangkalpinang, Soengeislan, Koba, and Toboali, with numerous images of tin mining, smelting, and related activities; also railway lines, bridges, ferries, public buildings and residences, pepper plantations, hospitals, schools, and Chinese quarters. (SC 976).
  • Dutch New Guinea Photograph Album, ca. 1950-1953. 250+ black/white photographs of Dutch New Guinea (now Papua province of Indonesia), some with Dutch captions, most snapshots likely taken by a Dutch non-commissioned officer. Includes many images of fellow local soldiers and camp life. Also images of local terrain and population, mainly Ifar region; also Santani Lake and Hollandia Stad (city). (Bernath Mss 262).
  • Dwire [Harrison] Collection. Mainly Civil War era documents, 1862-1865, 1907. (Wyles SC 589).

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  • E. Conway & Co. Ledgers, [1860s]. Two handwritten ledgers with manuscript documents and maps pertaining to the E. Conway & Company purchase of lands in Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles, and Contra Costa counties, with early information about oil development in California. (Mss 184).
  • Eaglesfield, J. G. [Sargeant, New York Infantry, 89th Regiment, Company K]. Civil War correspondence to his family, 1861-1862, 1865. (Wyles SC 369).
  • 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).
  • [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).
  • 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).
  • [Earthquakes]. California Picture Postcard Collection. 17 items, including images of 1906 San Francisco earthquake and homes of Hollywood stars such as Bob Hope, Mickey Rooney, and Jack Benny, ca. late 1930s. (Wyles SC 608).
  • [Earthquakes]. 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).
  • [Earthquakes]. Community Development and Conservation Collection (CDCC), ca. 1895-1980s. Subject files include materials on earthquakes, and fires. (SBHC Mss 1).
  • [Earthquakes]. Driscoll [Mrs. Thomas] Oral History. Interview with a prominent Santa Barbara resident, including personal experiences in the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 34).
  • [Earthquakes]. India [Bengal] Photograph Album, ca. 1897. 22 black and white photographs, a few with captions, showing the Kamarhatty [West Bengal] Jute Mill, jute flats, a snake charmer, a sidewheeler, earthquake damage on Bentinck St. [Calcutta] from the 8.7 magnitude 1897Assam, India earthquake. Also views possibly of the Himalayas, local residents, and shopkeepers, as well as a portrait of a Burmese lady. (Bernath Mss 257).
  • [Earthquakes]. Santa Barbara Earthquake Photographs, 1925. 50 b/w photographs, many relating to the 1925 earthquake. (SC 700).
  • [Earthquakes]. Sheldon [Gar] – Mining Engineer’s Correspondence, 1880s. Mainly letters from Sheldon, with the Corralitos Company in Chihuahua State, Mexico, to family, about personal affairs and local news such as an earthquake in 1887. (Wyles SC 1009).
  • [Earthquakes]. Willson [Charles Devon] Collection, ca. 1918-1925. Mainly correspondence to Willson, manager of the El Mirasol Hotel in Santa Barbara, about hotel matters. Includes some correspondence relating to the 1925 earthquake. (SC 701).
  • [East Africa]. Evershed (J. A.) East Africa, Egypt, Palestine Photograph Album, 1924. More than 140 b/w snapshots of Tanganyika (now Tanzania) including Tabora, Dodoma, Dar-es-Salaam, and Tanga, several of local schools and teachers, British and Tanganyikan. Also, views of Port Said, Zanzibar, Mombassa, Djibouti, Aden, and Port Sudan. Egypt views of the Pyramids and Sphinx, Cairo, and Suez Canal. Holy Land (Palestine) shots of street scenes of Jerusalem, Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, Jaffa, and Bethlehem. (Bernath Mss 63).
  • East Africa [Tanganyika] Photograph Albums, ca. 1911-1921. 232 black/white photos in 3 albums. (Bernath Mss 215).
  • 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).
  • East Asian Artifacts Collection, 1845, 1853, 1960s. Items from and related to China and Japan, including a bilingual Chinese/Manchu scroll (an imperial decree) dated 1845, a photostat with translation of a Japanese scroll related to the expedition of Commodore Mathew C. Perry to open Japan to greater western trade and influence, as well as Nō masks and miniature clay models. (Mss 91).
  • Eastman, Seth [Captain]. One engraving, “Ruins of Old Fort Mackanack, 1763.” (Wyles SC 614).
  • Easton (Robert E.) Collection, ca. 1882-1968. Mainly papers and ledgers re Easton’s business dealings, especially the Sisquoc Ranch Co., central coast of California. (SBHC Mss 55).
  • Easton (Robert O.) Oral History. Recollections of Easton (son of Robert E. Easton) re his youth on the Sisquoc Ranch and the real life experiences he used in writing his novels. Also, his Harvard University days during the Depression, where he edited The Harvard Lampoon, his military service in World War II, and the relationship he had with his literary mentor and father-in-law, western author Max Brand. (OH 9).
  • Easton (Robert O.) Papers, ca. 1911-1990s [bulk dates 1940-1990s]. Correspondence, research and subject files (including Chumash, natural resources, wilderness, and women’s issues), drafts of writings, and related materials of the Santa Barbara author of Black Tide (on the 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill), Love and War: Pearl Harbor through V-J Day,and the acclaimed multi-volume Saga of California series. Also includes materials on Sisquoc Ranch and Zaca Lake. (SBHC Mss 6).
  • Easton-Berger, Miriam. Articles, leaflets, audiocassettes. (HPA SC 33).
  • Eberitt and Hurst Families Civil War Letters, 1861-1865. Third Ohio Infantry. (Wyles Mss 125).
  • [Ecuador]. 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).
  • [Ecuador]. Mendell [Edward] Travel Slide Collection, 1980s-1990s. More than 2000 large-format color slides containing images of Edward Mendell’s post-retirement travels around the world, photographing endangered species for the World Wildlife Fund, and also of people in far-flung places such as Bhutan, Burma, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Iceland, Mali, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, Orissa (India), Philippines, Senegal, and Thailand. (Mss 247).
  • [Ecuador]. Playa de Oro Mining Company. Correspondence, treasurer’s report, and other printed material re gold mining in Ecuador, ca. 1895-1916. Otis S. Gage was involved in the activities of this and the United States Gold Dredging and Rubber Company. (SC 1061).
  • [Ecuador]. 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).
  • [Ecuador]. United States Gold Dredging and Rubber Company (Philadelphia, PA). Correspondence, prospectii and other printed material re investing in a gold mining venture in Ecuador, ca. 1909-1911. (SC 1060).
  • Ecuador Photograph Albums, ca. 1910s-1920s. (Bernath Mss 358).
  • [Education]. Algeria Photograph Album, 1928. 141 b/w photographs, captions in Dutch, and accompanying map with itinerary of unknown traveler. Includes images of people, street scenes, markets, gardens, festivals, Koranic schools, desert, oases, cavalry, and camel corps. (Bernath Mss 280).
  • [Education]. American Military Mission War School – Turkey Photograph Album, 1947. Souvenir album, with more than 150 black/white photos, presented to one of the officers visiting the American Military Mission Turkish War School, Dec. 30, 1947. Mainly images of officers and Turkish trainees in classroom and other campus settings. (Bernath Mss 145).
  • [Education]. 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).
  • [Education]. Boston Farm School Journal, ca. 1850s-1890s. One bound ledger, including entries for men who enlisted in Co. D., 15th New Hampshire Volunteers, 1862. 100 names entered, with rank, status, and special positions such as drummer, wagoner, cook, hospital nurse, blacksmith. (Wyles SC 945).
  • [Education]. 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).
  • [Education]. Compton, N. A. College lectures from Civil War era, ca. 1860s. (Wyles SC 591).
  • [Education]. 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).
  • [Education]. 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).
  • [Education]. Dorchester Academy Photograph Album, ca. 1890s. Album, with 60+ b/w photos, taken by a missionary schoolteacher at the Dorchester Academy in the African American community at McIntosh, Liberty, County, Georgia, ca. 1890s. (Wyles Mss 104).
  • [Education]. Evershed (J. A.) East Africa, Egypt, Palestine Photograph Album, 1924. More than 140 b/w snapshots of Tanganyika (now Tanzania) including Tabora, Dodoma, Dar-es-Salaam, and Tanga, several of local schools and teachers, British and Tanganyikan. Also, views of Port Said, Zanzibar, Mombassa, Djibouti, Aden, and Port Sudan. Egypt views of the Pyramids and Sphinx, Cairo, and Suez Canal. Holy Land (Palestine) shots of street scenes of Jerusalem, Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, Jaffa, and Bethlehem. (Bernath Mss 63).
  • [Education]. Freedmen Department, 1864. One document re renting rooms for colored schools, District of West Tennessee. (Wyles SC 995).
  • [Education]. Goings / Hauser Family Papers, ca. 1900-1980 [bulk dates 1910s-1950s]. Large number of photographs (2700+) and related documentation pertaining to the Native American Goings and Hauser families who mainly lived in South Dakota, and Washington. Most of the collection was assembled by Jeanette (Nettie) Goings [1905-?], a Sioux/Lakota, who married Emil Wauseka Hauser [1915-?], a Cheyenne, in 1948, and who was a home economics teacher at various Indian schools. (Wyles Mss 126).
  • [Education]. Manning [Edward] Collection, ca. 1834-1847. Rewards of merit, weekly report, and catalogue of Ellington School [Connecticut], where Manning attended. (SC 197).
  • [Education]. Menzies [Jean Storke] Collection, 1897-1995 [bulk dates 1955-1992]. Primarily files of organizations and institutions with which Menzies was associated (including the Altrusa Club, Boys’ Club and Girls’ Club of Santa Barbara, Channel City Women’s Forum, Girl Scouts, International Planned Parenthood Federation, League of Women Voters, Native Daughters of the Golden West, Planned Parenthood of Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara Girls School, Santa Barbara Visiting Nurse Association, Santa Barbara’s Woman’s Club, United Church Women, and Vassar Club. (SBHC Mss 34).
  • [Education]. Meredith [Florence Clark] Papers, ca. 1891-1979. Photographs, notes, diplomas, certificates, clippings, oral history tapes, and transcripts relating to Meredith’s schooling and teaching years, primarily at what would become the University of California Santa Barbara. Meredith taught in the home economic department and was chair of the department before retiring in 1956. (UArch FacP 41).
  • [Education]. 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).
  • [Education]. Open Air School Photographs, Ixtapalapa, Mexico, ca. early 1900s. Eight black and white photographs of faculty and students, including rattan furniture weaving and artwork. (SC 977).
  • [Education]. Roach (Charles A.) African Photograph Collection, 1943. Photograph album with 88 black/white images, plus 67 other loose photographs, many with captions, most taken by Rev. Charles A. Roach on a bicycle trip from Durban to Cairo in 1943, on the way back to his parish in Iraq, where he was Baghdad Chaplain and Oil Company Chaplain from 1939 to 1946. Includes images of local men, women, and children, hospitals, schools, churches and fellow clergy, residences, roads, and scenic views through South Africa, Belgian Congo, Rwanda, Kenya (Nairobi), Uganda (Kampala), and Sudan. Roach, an inveterate long distance cyclist, later developed a lecture/slide show based on his African journey. (Bernath Mss 119).
  • [Education]. Santa Barbara County, California. Superintendent of Schools. Seven World War II era documents, including five War Emergency Bulletins and others about evacuation of Japanese children and air raid signals, 1941-1942. (SC 630).
  • [Education]. Santa Barbara Girls School, 1917-1920s. Two illustrated brochures extolling the virtues of the school’s location and curriculum. Includes class lists. (SC 963).
  • [Education]. 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).
  • [Education]. Southern India Family Photograph Collection, ca. 1940s-1959. 100+ b/w images, most apparently relating to an Indian woman (Marie [?]) who, in the early 1950s, was a student at the Christian Medical College, Vellore, India. Includes snapshots of friends, relatives, and staff members (some with Ida Scudder, founder of the college), as well as group photos of college students and staff, and a group photo of the 13th Indian Congress of Radiology, Poona, 1959. (Bernath Mss 74).
  • [Education]. UCSB, Associated Students Subject Files, ca. 1958-2002 [bulk dates 1968-1982]. Includes files on affirmative action, Alumni Association, bill proposals, budget, capital improvement programs, Committee on Educational Policy, Community Affairs Board, constitution and bylaws, Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), extended learning, faculty, farm workers, Finance Board, financial aid, financial policies, governance, graduate studies, higher education, housing, instruction, Isla Vista, legal issues, Legislative Council, long range development plans, nuclear power, Organization Coordinating Board (OCB), oil, parking, police, Profile, Program Board, publications, rape, recycling, Roster, Student Outreach Board, teaching assistants, Tenure Task Force, UC budget, and the University Center. (UArch 21).
  • [Education]. UCSB, Campus Planning Committee Records, 1961-2000 [bulk dates 1986-1987]. Includes files on faculty and student quality, instructional development, and enrollment. (UArch 33).
  • [Education]. 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).
  • [Education]. UCSB, History and Antecedents Collection, 1880-2004. The UCSB History and Antecedents collection brings together materials from multiple sources on the growth of the university from a small normal school at the turn of the 19th century to the large state university it is today. The collection is arranged generally chronologically and by subjects such as predecessor institutions, important figures in UCSB history, previous campuses, events, etc. (UArch 100).
  • [Education]. UCSB, Office of Public Information Subject Files, ca. 1941-1993. Includes files on academic planning, Academic Senate, Arts & Lectures events, Associated Students, Bakke case, buildings, Chancellor’s events and activities, Charter Day, colleges, Commencement, convocations, departments, development, Drama Series, enrollment, faculty, financial aid, history, honors and awards, issues, Lecture Series, Music Series, propositions, radio and television, Regents, residence halls, statewide issues, student affairs, University Day, University Edition, and university relations. (UArch 12).
  • [Education]. Walter [H. A.] – India / Kashmir Photograph Album, 1912-1919. 252 b/w photos of the Walter family, mainly in India and Kashmir, including local scenes and people, especially around Srinigar and Lahore. Also, numerous photos of YMCA gatherings and groups, students and schools, as well as travels, including visits to the Taj Mahal and Fatehpur Sikri. (Bernath Mss 37)
  • [Ege, Otto F.] Pliny. One leaf from Natural History, printed by Johann Froben (Basle, 1525). This leaf and the accompanying description came from a copy of Otto F. Ege’s Original Leaves from Famous Books… (SC 762).
  • Ege, Otto F. “Original Leaves from Famous Bibles, Nine Centuries 1121-1935 A.D.” Broadside. Includes list of leaves contained in two separate series, issued in 1936 and 1938, by Otto F. Ege, Cleveland School of Art, lecturer on the historyu of the book, School of Library Science, Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. (SC 991).
  • Egerton, Francis. Six letters (ALS) from Francis Granville Egerton, 1st Earl of Ellesmere, British politician, writer, traveller and patron of the arts, to Miss July Pole Carew of Devonport, England, re personal experiences and lighthearted matters, 1864-1865. Each envelope has a sketch incorporating the address and stamp into the design. (SC 755).
  • Egner, Mathias. One document (ADS), copy of distribution for the estate of Egner Mathias, as decided in orphans’ court, possibly Cecil County, Maryland, Sept. 14, 1812. (SC 664).
  • [Egypt]. 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).
  • [Egypt]. Ashton Family World Travel Photograph Collection, 1892-1913. 2500+ b/w photographs in 53 Kodak albums, from numerous trips to far flung parts of the world, including Egypt. (Bernath Mss 115).
  • [Egypt]. Bennet (Robert) Mediterranean Photograph Album, ca. early 1930s. About 200 b/w photographs, many commercial, captions in English compiled by United States Merchant Mariner Robert Bennet. Includes images of Egypt (Cairo, Pyramids, Alexandria), Lebanon (Beyrouth/Beirut), Palestine (Haifa, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem), Syria, Italy (Naples), Gibraltar, Marseille, Morocco (Casablanca), Algiers, and a bull fight in Seville. (Bernath Mss 276).
  • [Egypt]. British in Egypt / World War I Photograph Album, ca. 1917 -1919. 120+ b/w photos, very few with captions, mainly of British (men, women, and children) in Egypt (possibly Alexandria) during World War I. Mainly troops in camps and on the march, hospital wards, sporting events, and British families at various social occasions and outings in the countryside. Also a few images of Egyptians, street scenes and residences, and local boats. (Bernath Mss 56).
  • [Egypt]. British Military in Egypt and Iraq Photograph Album, ca. 1918-1922. Album of Capt. R. E. Godfrey, 167 b/w snapshots, many with captions, recording service with the British 153rd Rifles in North Africa, 1918-1919, and in the Arab Revolt, 1920. About 70 images from Egypt and surrounding areas (Suez Canal, Ismailia, Great Pyramids, Alexandria, Kantara, Mansourah) and about 30 Arab Revolt images from Iraq (Nasiriyah, Imam Abdullah, Kut, Baghdad). (Bernath Mss 84).
  • [Egypt]. 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).
  • [Egypt]. Evershed (J. A.) East Africa, Egypt, Palestine Photograph Album, 1924. More than 140 b/w snapshots of Tanganyika (now Tanzania) including Tabora, Dodoma, Dar-es-Salaam, and Tanga, several of local schools and teachers, British and Tanganyikan. Also, views of Port Said, Zanzibar, Mombassa, Djibouti, Aden, and Port Sudan. Egypt views of the Pyramids and Sphinx, Cairo, and Suez Canal. Holy Land (Palestine) shots of street scenes of Jerusalem, Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, Jaffa, and Bethlehem. (Bernath Mss 63).
  • [Egypt]. Great War Collection, ca. 1910-1922 [bulk dates 1914-1918]. Much of the material in the collection relates to British servicemen and units, but Americans, Australians, and some Germans also are represented. Included are diaries, correspondence, documents, maps, photographs, reports, and some printed material. The approximately 2,000 photographs and picture postcards (loose and in albums and scrapbooks) include many images of France, but also other areas such as Egypt, England, German South West Africa, Iraq, and Palestine. (Bernath Mss 20).
  • [Egypt]. Middle East Photo Album, ca. 1930s-early 1940s. 150+ b/w images, including Egypt (Port Said, Ismailia, Alexandria, Memphis, Cairo, the Nile, Pyramids, Sphinx, National Museum). (Bernath Mss 68).
  • Egypt Photograph Album, 1936-1938. 19 professional quality, artistic Egyptian scenes, including the Western Desert (people, tents, donkeys, camels), urban street scenes and people engaged in daily activities (barber, vendors with carts – possibly Cairo), as well as port and Nile River views, with people and cargo-hauling boats (feluccas). (Bernath Mss 70).
  • [Egypt]. Minieh [Egypt] Photograph Album, 1914. Album by Photographie Zola, dated Feb. 20, 1914, with 24 black/white mounted photographs of officials and dignitaries, horse and camel trainers, riders, and races at an unknown celebration/festival during the last days of Ottoman rule in Egypt. (Bernath Mss 185).
  • [Egypt]. Port Said and Mesopotamia Postcard/Photograph Album, ca. 1917-1919. World War I era album, including 47 images of Port Said. (Bernath Mss 49).
  • [Egypt]. “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).
  • [Egypt]. University of California Africa Expedition Photograph Collection, 1947-1948. (Bernath Mss 153).
  • [Egypt]. 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).
  • Egypt and Palestine World War I Photograph Album, ca. 1918. (Bernath Mss 330).
  • Egypt Photograph Album, 1946. (Bernath Mss 180).
  • Egypt Postcard and Stereoview Collection, ca. 1896-1920s. 51 postcards and 11 stereoviews. (Bernath Mss 141).
  • [Ehrlich, Gretel]. 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).
  • 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).
  • [Eichheim, Henry]. Veeder [H. P.] Japan Trip Scrapbook, 1919. Scrapbook of a trip from San Francisco to Yokohama on the S.S. Tenyo Maru, items including passenger list souvenir, telegrams, menus, Yokohama map, brochures and programs for July 4th celebrations, receipts, railway schedules, Nikko Hotel ephemera and map, programs from recital and concert with violinist Henry Eichheim (Eicheim spent his later years in Santa Barbara; his papers and musical instruments are at UCSB). (SC 940).
  • Eichheim [Henry] Papers. Papers of composer, violinist, organologist and ethnomusicologist Eichheim. (PA Mss 52).
  • Eichholz [Mercedes] Oral History, 1990. Interviews with the second wife of Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, including discussion of his life and her own, as well as C. Girard Davidson, Assistant Secretary of Interior in the Truman Administration, Helen Gahagan Douglas (California Congresswoman and wife of Melvyn Douglas), and other topics. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 35).
  • Einstein, Albert. Copy of letter (TLS) to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, re current research leading to development of the atomic bomb, 2 Aug. 1939. Part of first day issue of Einstein commemorative 8 cent stamp, 14 March 1966. (SC 92).
  • Einstein [Albert] Photograph. One 8x10 b/w photograph of Albert Einstein and his wife at the Santa Barbara Biltmore beach, with Dr. Ludwig Kast, their host for the visit, ca. 1940s. (SC 825).
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D. One letter (TLS) to Harold S. Chase re gift of two volumes of Edward Borein’s (Santa Barbara artist) reproductions. White House, Washington, [D.C.], 11 May 1953. (SC 93).
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D. One letter (TLS) to Paul C. Stark re Advisory Board of the National Council for Community Improvement. White House Washington, [D.C.], 24 June 1954. (SC 94).
  • Eissler (Fred) Collection, ca. 1966-1975. Files relating to the Santa Barbara Airport, Crosstown Freeway, and Goleta Slough/Goleta Valley Flood Control Project. (SBHC Mss 15).
  • [El Salvador]. 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).
  • [El Salvador]. 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).
  • [El Salvador]. 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).
  • [El Salvador]. 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).
  • [El Salvador]. 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).
  • 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).
  • Election, November 3, 1896. Sample Ballot. (SC 771).
  • [Elections]. 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).
  • [Elections]. 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.
  • [Elections]. 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).
  • [Elections]. “Election Proclamation.” Broadside. State of California, Executive Department, 1860. (Wyles SC 802).
  • [Elections]. 55th Pensylvania. One Civil War document: Poll-book for October Election, 1864. (Wyles SC 666).
  • [Elections]. Gibson, Isaac. One letter (ALS), to his friend Burnett, talking about the recent election of ‘Honest Abe’ as President, which he is not pleased about, and asking for advice on how to get to California. Olney, Illinois, 11 Nov. 1860. (Wyles SC 96).
  • [Elections]. Hunt [Thomas E.] Papers, ca. 1901-1936. Files of an Oakland investor/businessman; with substantial California related material, including issues such as California oil, and politics and elections. In boxes 145-161 of the Lawrence B. Romaine Trade Catalog Collection. (Mss 107).
  • [Elections]. [Lincoln, Abraham]. Mounted portrait and campaign leaflet, issued in Butte California, for the 1864 presidential election. (Wyles SC 784).
  • [Elections]. [Lincoln, Abraham]. Printed Ohio Republican presidential election ticket, 1860. (Wyles SC 452).
  • [Elections]. 149th Pennsylvania Infantry Vol. One Civil War document: Poll-book for October Election, 1864. (Wyles SC 668).
  • [Elections]. [Presidential Election]. One printed pamphlet, “Who’s Going to Win? Statistics for the Presidential Campaign, 1888.” Waterbury Watch Co., 1888. (SC 739).
  • [Elections]. 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).
  • [Elections]. Saadi (Ruth) Collection, ca. 1984-1993. Files relating to League of Women Voters – Santa Barbara concerns, including air pollution, energy, environment, growth and development, oil and gas, voting and elections. Ruth Saadi was an active member and Energy Director of the organization. (SBHC Mss 14).
  • [Elections]. 6th Pennsylvania Artillery. One Civil War document: Poll-book for October Election, 1864. (Wyles SC 662).
  • Elections. See also: Presidential Election.
  • Electoral Tickets. Two local Republican tickets and one national electoral ticket for Grant and Colfax, ca. late 1860s-early 1870s. (Wyles SC 890).
  • Electoral Tickets. Two National Union tickets for Abraham Lincoln / Andrew Johnson and one Democratic ticket for George B. McClellan / George H. Pendleton. Also one clipping of Civil War era poems. (Wyles SC 906).
  • [Electors]. Order from Secretary of State, New Hampshire, to select men of Concord, to hold meeting to vote for electors of President and Vice President of the United States, 27 September 1856. (Wyles SC 492).
  • Eliot, George (1819-1880) [pseudonym of Mary Ann Evans]. English novelist. Holdings include The Mill on the Floss (1860) [Spec PR4664.A1 1860], Adam Bede (1860) [Spec PR4656.A1 1860], Silas Marner (1861) [Spec PR4670.A1 1861], Felix Holt, the Radical (1866) [Spec PR4660.A1 1866], The Spanish Gypsy (1868) [Spec PR4666.S6], Impressions of Theophrastus Such (1879) [Spec PR4661.I5 1879], and Complete Poems (1888) [Spec PR4666.A1 1888a]. Fine press editions of Silas Marner (1953) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PR4670.A1 1953], The Mill on the Floss (1963) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PR4664.A1 1963 and Printers Z239.B26 E4], and Middlemarch (1972) by the Folio Society [Spec PR4662.A1 1972].
  • Eliot, T. S. One letter (TLS) to Mrs. [?] Woods, saying he would be delighted to come to tea. Cambridge, 5 Nov. 1932. Laid in Eliot’s Poems Written in Early Youth. (SC 96).
  • [Eliot, T. S.]. Demant, Vigo Auguste. “Address at Requiem for Thomas Stearns Eliot,” Church of St. Stephen, South Kensington, London, 17 Feb. 1965. Part of a larger printed parish monthly newsletter. (SC 1012).
  • Elkus / Manheim Postcard – Photograph Collection, ca. 1910-1937. Eight postcards, with messages, and four snapshots, from Japan, Philippines, India, Tibet, China, and Burma. (SC 889).
  • Ellerbe [Paul] Collection. Carbon-copy typescript of Ellerbe’s The Winds Are My Shelter: The Autobiography of a Comparatively Free Man. (Mss 151).
  • Ellison, Harlan. Correspondence with the UCSB Library re his Edwin and Jean Corle lecture at UCSB. Talks about being frustrated by categorizations that prevent him from reaching his intended audience. Also, a copy of the lecture, “A Love Song to Jerry Falwell,” substantially revised from an earlier published version, 1983. (SC 97).
  • Ellison, Harlan (1934-    ). One letter (TLS) to Reverend and Mrs. F. W. Britton re American writer Ellison’s disappointment with his screenplay for Joe Levine’s production of The Oscar. Sherman Oaks, California, 13 March 1984. (SC 623).
  • Ellison [William Henry] Papers. (UArch FacP 10).
  • 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).
  • Ely, Frederick David. Correspondence, 1867-1887, to Ely, member of Congress from Massachusetts. Also, a 2 pp folio letter (TLS) from a group of Boston businessmen protesting the reciprocity treaty with Mexico. In: Nineteenth Century Americana Collection (Mss 2).
  • Ely, William Davis. Correspondence and documents to Ely, a Providence, Rhode Island businessman. Correspondents include Henry A. Coit, Amasa M. Eaton, C.A.L. Richards and Zachariah Allen. In: Nineteenth Century Americana Collection (Mss 2).
  • [Emancipation Proclamation]. 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).
  • [Emancipation Proclamation]. One printed engraving, “Signing the Emancipation Proclamation” and two copies of the same image, “The First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation before the Cabinet,” [1862-1863]. (Wyles SC 727).
  • Emancipation Proclamation. Copy designed by Bruce Rogers, n.d. (Wyles SC 809).
  • Emerson (George Harrington) / Russian Railway Service Corps Collection, 1917-1919. (Bernath Mss 374).
  • Emerson, Ralph Waldo (1803-1882). American lecturer, essayist, and poet. Holdings include Nature (1836) [Spec PS1613.A1 1836], Emerson Pamphlets (1837-1903) [Spec PS1602.P31 – PS1602.P35 vault], a 16-volume set of Emerson’s quarterly magazine The Dial (1840-1844) [Spec AP1.D524], Essays: First Series (1841) plus multiple later editions [Spec PS1608.A1 1841], Essays: Second Series (1844) plus multiple later editions [Spec PS1608.A1 1844], Poems (1847) [Spec PS1624.A1 1847], English Traits (1856) [Spec PS1607.A1 1856], The Conduct of Life (1860) [Spec PS1606.A1 1860a], May-Day (1867) [Spec PS1624.M38], Culture, Behavior, Beauty (1876) [Spec PS1602.O8 1876], the six-volume set The Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson (1893) [Spec PS1600.E93b vault], Miscellanies (1911) [Wyles PS1618.A1 1911], and The Gospel of Emerson (1944) [ARC PS1603.D5 1944]. Fine press editions of Nature (1905) by the Roycroft Shop [Printers Z239.R67 E63 1905], Essays (1906) by Doves Press [Printers Z239.2.D65 E44 vault], Friendship (1913) by T.N. Foulis [Printers Z239.2.F66 E4575 1913], The Essays of Ralph Waldo Emerson (1934) by the Limited Editions Club [Printers Z239.N3 E5], English Traits (1941) by Redcoat Press [Printers Z239.R43 E44], The Poems of Ralph Waldo Emerson (1945) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS1624.A17 1945b], On Man and God (1961) by the Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 E44], Representative Men (1980) by Joseph Simon [Printers Z239.J688 E44 1981], and The Merlin Poems of Ralph Waldo Emerson (1993) by Bullnettle Press [Printers Z239.B846 E44 1993].
  • Emerson, Ralph Waldo. One black and white cabinet photo of a painting of Emerson, labeled "Bruckmann’s Collection," n.d. (SC 725).
  • Emerson [Ralph W.] Letter, 1859. One letter (ALS) from Ralph Waldo Emerson to Daniel Ricketson, thanking him for his book The History of New Bedford, and mentioning, re Henry David Thoreau, “We were all concerned that Mr. Thoreau would [prod her ?] at the Music Hall on Sunday. From private reports I infer that he made a just impression.” Concord, Mass., 11 Oct. 1859. (SC 99).
  • Emerson [Ralph W.] Letter, 1861. One letter (ALS) from Emerson to Mr. [Slack?] requesting his assistance in obtaining newspaper coverage for a lecture. Concord, Mass., 3 Dec.1861. (SC 98).
  • Empie, Gerret A. [178th New York]. 11 Civil War era letters addressed to family, 1864-1865. (Wyles SC 825).
  • Encyclopedias. Early editions such as: Morokoshi Kinmo Zui (Japanese woodblock print encyclopedia, with entries on arms, minerals and plants of China, 1729); Ephraim Chambers, Cyclopaedia, or, An Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences … (1750); John Barrow, A New and Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences (1751); Denis Diderot, Encyclopédie, ou Dictionnaire raisonné des sciences, des arts et des métiers … (1751-1765); A New and Complete Dictionary of Arts and Sciences: Comprehending All Branches of Useful Knowledge (2nd ed, 1763-1764) George Selby Howard, The New Royal Cyclopaedia, and Encyclopaedia: Or, Complete, Modern and Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences (1788); Encyclopaedia, or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature … (First American edition, 1798); The American Edition of the Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1813); Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (1833-1843); Japanese atlas and encyclopedia (1840); Library of General Knowledge: Embracing History, Biography, Astronomy, Architecture, Natural History, Poetry, Tales …(1851).
  • Endicott, Charlotte M. One document (TDS), permit allowing Charlotte M. Endicott of Canton, MA, to collect plant specimens from areas of the Metropolitan Park Commission. Boston, May 22, 1894. (SC 380).
  • [Engineering and Construction]. Burma – U.S. Army Engineer Construction Battalion Photograph Collection, ca 1942-1945. 200+ World War II era b/w photos, including many of Burma, Burmese life, and the Engineer Battalion in Burma. (Bernath Mss 33).
  • [Engineering and Construction]. 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).
  • [Engineering and Construction]. Gildea [James H.] Middle East Railroad Collection, ca. 1940s-1970s [bulk dates early 1950s]. Collection of documents and photos, mainly about Gildea’s involvement in the early 1950s, as engineer and manager in charge of the construction of the Saudi Government Railway, running through the Arabian desert from the Persian Gulf to the capital city of Riyadh. The project came about as a result of a 1947 agreement between King Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud and the Arabian-American Oil Company (Aramco). The cost was financed primarily from Saudi oil revenues, with engineering and construction under the guidance of Aramco and the Bechtel Construction Company. Gildea, formerly with Union Pacific, was chosen to head the project because of his experience in World War II as an operating manager for the Iranian railroad. Gildea later lived in Santa Barbara and was married to Madame Gildea. (Bernath Mss 219).
  • [Engineering and Construction]. Goodier (Brian G.) India and Burma Collection, 1942-1947. The collection was assembled by a Maj. B. G. Goodier, B. Sc (Tech), Royal Engineers and includes correspondence and photographs relating to his World War II and post war experiences in South Africa, India, and Burma, particularly relating to road building, and airfield construction. Locations include Durban, East Kirkee, Poona, Lahore, Madras, Bombay, and Rangoon. (Bernath Mss 93).
  • [Engineering and Construction]. 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).
  • [Engineering and Construction]. Neilson (Hugo) World War II Scrapbook, 1944-1945 [bulk date 1944]. 157 black and white snapshots (captions in English), documents, clippings, and two 1944 issues of the Seabees Coverall newspaper, on scrapbook pages and loose, compiled by Hugo Neilson, Seaman First Class, with the 51st NCB (Naval Construction Battalion). Includes images of Ulithi (Caroline Islands) – fellow seamen, base, chapel, living quarters, 51st shop crew, local terrain and huts (describes construction), building airstrip in 12 days; on board ship (showing cramped quarters); Saipan – Japanese women and children, prisoners (men), Suicide Point (where hundreds of Japanese civilians leapt to their deaths), Japanese fortifications, train, sugar mill, caves, African American Marines, shop crew and shop, building airstrip; and honorable discharge, Oct. 1945. (Bernath Mss 346).
  • [Engineering and Construction]. Northrop (John K.) Oral History, 1972. Life history, with the former aircraft company president and aeronautical engineer, re history of Northrop Aviation and the “Flying Wing,” Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 71).
  • [Engineering and Construction]. Rand [William Whitehill] Papers, ca. 1921-1968 [bulk dates 1950s-1968]. Documents, maps and some artifacts related to Rand’s career in geology, marine engineering, and the oil industry. The maps are scientific and some include offshore sounding data. Most are maps of the coast of California, particularly in Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles counties. The records of his company, Submarex, its subsidiaries, and the ships used, make up the bulk of this collection. This company, based in Santa Barbara, was heavily involved in the transformation of Santa Barbara from a relatively unknown area (geologically) to a major oil-producing region between 1947 and 1960. Also, correspondence, meeting minutes, journal articles, newspaper clippings, reports, log books, catalogs, and project files on deep-sea drilling and ocean exploration. (SBHC Mss 46).
  • [Engineering and Construction]. Romaine (Lawrence B.) Trade Catalog Collection, ca. 1850-1968. Includes 48 boxes on architecture; 24 boxes on building materials; six boxes on drafting supplies; 85 boxes on hardware; 31 boxes on heating and ventilation systems; eight boxes on home decoration; seven boxes on lighting; 28 boxes on plumbing; two boxes on surveying supplies; two boxes on welding and soldering; and 20 boxes on woodworking. (Mss 107).
  • [Engineering and Construction]. 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).
  • [Engineering and Construction]. Sheldon [Gar] – Mining Engineer’s Correspondence, 1880s. Mainly letters from Sheldon, with the Corralitos Company in Chihuahua State, Mexico, to family, about personal affairs and local news such as an earthquake in 1887. (Wyles SC 1009).
  • [Engineering and Construction]. Thailand Civil Engineering Report, 1950s. Includes numerous b/w photographs. (Bernath Mss 164).
  • [Engineering and Construction]. UCSB, Office of Architects and Engineers Records, ca. 1950-1979. Contains plans, reports, and committee minutes relating to the design and construction of campus buildings and facilities. (UArch 63).
  • [Engineering and Construction]. UCSB, Facilities Management Records, 1874-1998 [bulk dates 1960-1980]. Contains correspondence, maps, surveys, easements, deeds, lease agreements, photographs, meeting minutes and construction and planning documents pertaining to the facilities development of the University of California, Santa Barbara, focusing on its current Goleta location. Many of the documents pertain to the establishment of roads (in particular, Storke, Los Carneros and El Colegio), sewage lines and other utilities. Another portion of the documents pertain to land acquisitions which resulted in the establishment and maintenance of the Goleta campus, the Devereux Center, and the Isla Vista Sanitary District. Stored offsite; advance notice required for retrieval. (UArch 27).
  • [Engineering and Construction]. UCSB, Physical Planning Committee Records, 1962-1983. Contains committee meeting agendas and minutes, covering the period of 1962 to 1983. Also included are a few Building and Campus Development Committee meeting agendas and minutes, bound in conjunction with the Physical Planning Committee documents. (UArch 59).
  • [Engineering and Construction]. Wharton [Gabriel Colvin] Railroad Collection, ca. 1850s, 1867-1880s. Correspondence, financial records legal documents, and reports relating to Wharton’s career as a civil engineer specializing in railroad construction. Includes material for Baltimore & Ohio Rail Road Co.; Manasses Gap R. R. Company; Norfolk & Western Railroad Company; Orange & Alexandria Rail Road Co.; South Side R. R. Company; Southern Express Company; and the Virginia, Kentucky & Ohio Railroad. (Wyles Mss 105).
  • [Engineering and Construction]. World War II German Engineer Bridging Battalion Photograph Album, 1941-1943. About 265 b/w photos, with captions in German, including troops on eastern front, convoys and bridges, in Poland and Russia, captured fighter and bomber aircraft, artillery, tanks, barracks, and scenes with local population. (SC 854).
  • [Engineering and Construction]. World War II – U. S. Forces in the Pacific Photograph Album, ca. 1942-1945. World War II era photograph album of U.S. forces in the Pacific, ca. 1942-1945, containing 300+ photos, most black/white but some color prints and a few picture postcards, few with captions. Includes a number of shots of Naval personnel, bulldozers, and camps – apparently taken by a member of a Seabee unit. Also, a number of shots of local scenery and inhabitants, apparently New Guinea, New Hebrides (shown on French postcards), and Okinawa. The last part of the album has some miscellany, including clippings about Seabees on Okinawa, and a few pieces of Japanese paper currency and military currency. (Bernath Mss 73).
  • [Engineering and Construction]. World War II – U. S. Military Construction on Okinawa Photograph Album, 1945. 90+ b/w snapshots, with typed captions, showing the 801st Battalion at work on roads and buildings such as Quonset huts for the hospital, damage wrought by a typhoon in Oct. 1945, and Japanese prisoners of war also working on the various construction projects. (Bernath Mss 72).
  • [England]. Austen, John Hiley. One printed botany volume with extensive handwritten annotations, seemingly sightings of different plants around Weymouth and other areas of southern England, ca. 1835-1863. Volume begins with p. 213, no title, likely volume 2 of 2 volume set. Bookplate of Austen, with crest, affixed inside cover. Likely the Rev. John Hiley Austen of Ensbury Manor, Dorset, who was an antiquarian, collector of fossils, and author of a geological treatise. (SC 1088).
  • [England]. [Broadside]. “A Looking-Glass for Traytors,” re trial of those implicated in the death of King Charles I. London, 1660. (SC 779).
  • [England]. Brazil Photograph Album, ca. 1910-1916. 130 black/white photographs, along with a few postcards, some with captions in English, from a British family, depicting their life on a banana and dairy plantation called Bemfica in Macuco, in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Includes images of the journey out, several of Guanabara Bay and Rio from a liner, but most depicting day-to-day life on the plantation, many of workers, their families, and social events like large-scale picnics. Also includes images of family back in England, service in World War I with the King’s Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment), and a trip to Africa, including Bulawayo (Southern Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe). (Bernath Mss 317).
  • [England]. Chase, James. Two documents (ADS), re petition of James Chase to King Charles II, for payment of money owed, 1673. (SC 51).
  • [England]. 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. (Bernath Mss 55).
  • [England]. 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).
  • [England]. Fox Family Falmouth, England Consular Papers, 1819-1905. (Bernath Mss 213).
  • [England]. Great War Collection, ca. 1910-1922 [bulk dates 1914-1918]. Much of the material in the collection relates to British servicemen and units, but Americans, Australians, and some Germans also are represented. Included are diaries, correspondence, documents, maps, photographs, reports, and some printed material. The approximately 2,000 photographs and picture postcards (loose and in albums and scrapbooks) include many images of France, but also other areas such as Egypt, England, German South West Africa, Iraq, and Palestine. (Bernath Mss 20).
  • [England]. 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).
  • [England]. McGuire (Harry) Collection, ca. 1659-1980 [bulk dates 1910s-1966]. Correspondence, scrapbooks, photographs, and publications edited by McGuire, who spent his later years in Santa Barbara. Includes materials relating to the Music Academy and Santa Barbara Council of Arts.  Also, William Hogarth prints (18c), British engravings and handbills (mainly 19c), and caricatures, cartoons, and drawings (mainly for his magazine Ringmaster). Large related book collection, mainly 19th and 20th century American and British literature, including first editions of Hamlin Garland, Aldous Huxley, Christopher Morley, and H. G. Wells, which have been cataloged separately. (SBHC Mss 54).
  • [England]. [Mormons]. Record of Missionary Labors. Bound ledger, with diary of activities in England, 1916-1918. (Wyles SC 159).
  • [England]. Ollard [Mr. and Mrs. Richard] Oral History, 1977. Interview with Richard Ollard, historian and editor of the Collins Publishing House and Mrs. Ollard, history teacher, re growing up in England and the publishing business. Also includes lecture on Samuel Pepys. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 74).
  • [England]. Photograph Album – Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea, England, ca. late 19th century. Approximately 150 b/w photographs with handwritten captions, including images of Yorkminster, Malmsbury. (Mss 181).
  • [England]. Plowden [Elizabeth] Diaries, 1827-1863. 19 diaries, 1827-1863, of an Elizabeth [Elisabeth?] Plowden, likely English and possibly from London, since there are occasional references to London locations. The bound volumes, all published in London, contain a front printed section, followed by a diary, with handwritten entries. The 1827 volume, for example, is Thomas’s Register, with lists of government offices, tax rates, advertisements, and other reference material relating to Great Britain. Most other years are volumes of The Law and Commercial Daily Remembrancer. The diaries note daily activities, health matters, letters received and answered, visitors, trips, weather conditions, birthdays, and numerous names of relatives and friends. There is little mention of events in a larger context. (Mss 97).
  • English Almanacs, 1767. 14 printed English almanacs, bound together in one volume. Includes titles such as: The Gentleman’s Diary, or the Mathematical Repository; The Ladies’ Diary: or, Woman’s Almanack; Parker’s Ephemeris, Poor Robin; The English Apollo, or, Useful Companion; and Speculum Anni: or, Season on the Seasons. (Mss 234).
  • English Almanacs, 1772. Twelve printed English almanacs, bound together in one volume. Includes Remarkable News from the Stars: Or, an Ephemeris for 1772 (by William Andrews); The Gentleman’s Diary; The Ladies Diary: Or Woman’s Almanack; Vox Stellarum: Or A Loyal Almanack; Merlinus Liberatus (by John Partridge); Parker’s Ephemeris; The Celestial Diary (by Salem Pearse); Poor Robin; The English Apollo (by Richard Saunders); Speculum Anni (by Henry Season); … an Almanack … (by Tycho Wing); and The Celestial Atlas (by Robert White). (Mss 261).
  • English Civil War Copper Engravings, [ca. early 1700s]. Five early eighteenth century mounted portraits of earlier seventeenth century figures, prominent in the English Civil War. (SC 990).
  • English Civil War Copper Engravings, ca. 1710s. 29 early eighteenth century mounted portraits of earlier seventeenth century figures, prominent in the English Civil War, several done by Michael van der Gucht. (SC 989).
  • English Engravings, ca. 1700s-1800s. 58 engravings, people and places, including a number of London. (Printers Mss 57).
  • English / French Document, ca. 1700s. Partial leaf of a printed document, in English and French, with subheadings such as "The King’s Pardon to his People of divers Debts…". (SC 927).
  • English Photo Album, ca. 1920s-1930s. 49 b/w images, wiith captions, including scenes with buildings and streets of Albany, Aldbury, Cambridge, Canterbury, Ely, London, Maidenhead, Oxford, St. Albans, Stoke Poges, Tunbridge Wells, and Wycombe. (Mss 174).
  • English (Robert A.) Collection, ca. 1967-1970. Mainly materials relating to the activities of the Community Council to End the War in Vietnam and other peace efforts in the Santa Barbara area. Included are correspondence, flyers, clippings, and scrapbooks. (SBHC Mss 5).
  • Ensemble Theatre Company of Santa Barbara Records, 1979-2002. Production files, administrative files, and videotapes of the Ensemble Theatre Company, founded in 1979. (PA Mss 47).
  • [Environment]. Alternative Press Collection. Mainly U.S. newspapers, with an emphasis on California, but also some foreign titles. In most cases there are only single or scattered issues, not long runs. Included are newspapers environmental, issues, with titles such as Earth Times (San Francisco, CA, 1970) and Iowa Environmental News (Ames, IA, 1971). Some longer runs of newspapers such as Green Revolution, are cataloged separately. (Mss 169).
  • [Environment]. 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).
  • [Environment]. 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).
  • [Environment]. Community Development and Conservation Collection (CDCC), ca. 1895-1980s. Primary focus on the Santa Barbara area, with organization, subject, and clipping files, mainly 1930s-1980s, relating to a variety of environmental issues. Includes files for groups such as the Garden Club of America, Garden Club of Santa Barbara and Montecito Institute of Nature Study, Nature Conservancy, Santa Barbara Beautiful, Santa Barbara Underseas Foundation Santa Ynez Water Conservation District, Save the Redwoods League, Shoreline Planning Association of California, and Sierra Club. (SBHC Mss 1).
  • [Environment]. 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. (SBHC Mss 25).
  • [Environment]. Social Protest Collection, ca. 1943-1992 [bulk dates 1965-1975]. Pamphlets, flyers, announcements, catalogs, journals and newsletters, and other printed material relating to a wide range of issues including ecology/environment, with items such as a pamphlet from the 1991 UCSB Radical Environmentalism Conference and various pamphlets about anarchist environmentalism. (Mss 183).
  • Environmental Studies Collections. Several manuscript collections, mainly Santa Barbara area, relating to land use, oil, population, transportation, and water issues. The collections have been listed separately.
  • [Ephemera]. Costa Rica Ephemera Collection. (Bernath Mss 256).
  • [Ephemera]. India Ephemera Collection, ca. early 1900s. (Bernath Mss 254).
  • [Ephemera]. International Ephemera Collection. (Bernath Mss 260).
  • [Ephemera]. Mexico Ephemera Collection. (Bernath Mss 259).
  • [Ephemera]. Philippines Ephemera Collection, ca. early 1900s. (Bernath Mss 253).
  • [Ephemera]. South Africa Ephemera Collection, [ca. 1930s]. (Bernath Mss 255).
  • Erasmus, Desiderius (1466-1536). Dutch writer and humanist scholar. Holdings include his editions of the New Testament in Greek and Latin from 1523 [Spec BS1965 1523 vault], 1532 [Spec BS1990 1532], and 1543 [Spec BS1965 1543 vault]; Ecclesiastae (1535) [Printers Z239.9.S9 F7 vault]; Colloquia (1650) [Spec PA8506 1650]; and Moriæ Encomium in English (1709) [Spec PA8514.E5 1709] and French (1930) [Spec PA8514.F8 1930]. Fine press editions of In Praise of Folly by the Clarendon Press (1925) [Spec PA8514.E5 1925] and the Folio Society (1974) [Spec PA8514.E5 1974], and also Erasmus Against War (1907) by the Merrymount Press [Printers Z239.M44 E72].
  • Erickson [Edward O.] Collection, 1972-1984. Mainly copies of correspondence between Erickson and Hobart Skofield, both William Edwin Rudge Press alumni, about the history of Rudge and other printing firms, and associates such as Ralph Duenewald, Milton Glick, and Bruce Rogers. (Printers Mss 8).
  • Ericsson [John] Collection, ca. 1862-1866. Civil War era documents and correspondence re Monitor and other naval vessels. (Wyles SC 919).
  • [Eritrea]. Asmara, Eritrea Photograph Album, ca. latter 1930s-early 1940s. Album, with about 96 black/white numbered but uncaptioned photographs, of Asmara and environs during the period of Italian occupation. Images of street scenes, local inhabitants, Art Deco buildings such as the Cinema Impero, Jamia al Kulafae Mosque, railway linking to the coast, surrounding countryside and roads. (SC 966).
  • [Eritrea]. “Carta dell’Africa Orientale,” ca. 1930s. One printed color map of Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia, issued by the Touring Club Italiano. (SC 1110).
  • 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.
  • Ernst [Morris L.] Oral History, 1968, 1971. Interview and talk by Ernst re his banned book collection. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 118).
  • Esalen Institute Collection, 1968-1997. Articles, leaflets, newsletters, papers, and other ephemera created by the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California. (HPA Mss 8).
  • Esau [Katherine] Oral History, 1988-1991. Interviews with UCSB botanist Esau and associates, UCSB Chancellor Vernon Cheadle, Ray Evert, and Jennifer A. Thorsch. History of Science Project. (OH 3).
  • Esau [Katherine] Papers, 1870-1988. Professor of Biology at UCSB, best known as the author of the textbooks Plant Anatomy (1953) and Anatomy of Seed Plants (1960). Papers include biographical and bibliographic material, awards, academic files (teaching and administration), publications, research notes, professional correspondence, photographs and material related to Esau’s family, especially her brother, Paul. (UArch FacP 23).
  • Eschelbach [Claire John] Papers, ca. 1959-1971. Mainly material relating to UCSB librarian Eschelbach’s Aldous Huxley bibliography. (UArch FacP 11).
  • Estreletta Papers, ca. 1920s-1970. Three bound volumes relating to Christian mystic Ruth Robinson Starns, known as Estreletta, Keeper of the White Rose Grotto, as compiled by Bennett William Palmer. Included are correspondence to/from/about Estreletta, a biographical sketch by Palmer, a typescript autobiography by Estrelletta, as well as articles, clippings, and photographs. (ARC Mss 36).
  • [Ethiopia]. Abyssinia Photograph Album, ca. 1936. 193 black/white snapshots taken by an Italian army officer during tour in Abyssinia (Ethiopia). (Bernath Mss 228).
  • [Ethiopia]. “Carta dell’Africa Orientale,” ca. 1930s. One printed color map of Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia, issued by the Touring Club Italiano. (SC 1110).
  • [Ethiopia]. Mendell [Edward] Travel Slide Collection, 1980s-1990s. More than 2000 large-format color slides containing images of Edward Mendell’s post-retirement travels around the world, photographing endangered species for the World Wildlife Fund, and also of people in far-flung places such as Bhutan, Burma, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Iceland, Mali, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, Orissa (India), Philippines, Senegal, and Thailand. (Mss 247).
  • Ethiopia Manuscript and Printing Collection. (Printers Mss 51).
  • Ethiopia Photograph Album, 1928. (SC 1086).
  • Euripides (c.480-406 BC). Greek playwright, known for tragedies. Holdings include Euripidis: Tragædiæ Duæ, Medea et Alcestis (1722) featuring Greek and Latin text [Spec PA3973 .M4 1722], The Adorers of Dionysos (1925) [ARC PA3975 .B2 P7], and Ion (1937) translated by H.D. [Spec PA3975 .I6 A6]; free adaptations of Medea (1946) by Robinson Jeffers [Spec PS3519 .E27 M4 1946], Hippolytus (1963) by Leighton Rollins [Spec PA3975 .H7 R6], and Dionysis in 69 (1970) by the Performance Group [Spec PS3566 .E6914 D5]; fine press edition of The Bacchae: Dionysus the God (1972) by the Allen Press [Printers Z239 .A46 E87 vault].
  • Europe 1930s and WWII North Africa Photograph Album, ca. 1930s-1945. 185+ b/w photographs of a 1930s bicycle tour through Europe, including Germany (Dresden), Venice, Vienna, the Dolomites, Yugoslavia, Rumania (Bucharest), and Bulgaria (Sofia), as well as North Africa during World War II (1942-1943), including Bougie, Constantine, Tunis (victory parade), Carthage, then on to Italy (1943), and back to North Africa (1944-1945), including Egypt (Timsah, Alexandria). (Bernath Mss 31).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Evarts, William Maxwell [U.S. Secretary of State, 1877-1881]. One note (ANS) to an unknown party, saying that a letter has gone forward and that he cannot attend a meeting as he is going to Washington. 16 Dec. 1882 or 1883. (Wyles SC 85).
  • Everett (R. W.) Mexico Tour Collection, 1937. (Bernath Mss 377).
  • Evershed (J. A.) East Africa, Egypt, Palestine Photograph Album, 1924. More than 140 b/w snapshots of Tanganyika (now Tanzania) including Tabora, Dodoma, Dar-es-Salaam, and Tanga, several of local schools and teachers, British and Tanganyikan. Also, views of Port Said, Zanzibar, Mombassa, Djibouti, Aden, and Port Sudan. Egypt views of the Pyramids and Sphinx, Cairo, and Suez Canal. Holy Land (Palestine) shots of street scenes of Jerusalem, Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, Jaffa, and Bethlehem. (Bernath Mss 63).
  • Everson, William (Brother Antoninus). Ms draft and related correspondence regarding article, based on his 16 Apr. 1976 Corle lecture, appearing in December 1976 issue of UCSB Library’s Soundings. (SC 100).
  • Everson, William (Brother Antoninus). One letter (ALS) to Sister Magdalen Mary, including story about God being female and black. St. Albert’s, Oakland, 27 Nov. 1961. (SC 101).
  • Everson, William. One letter (ALS) to David Magee, re Everson’s book A Privacy of Speech. Berkeley, [ca 5 July 1949]. (SC 102).
  • Everson, William. Printed prospectus for Canticle to the Waterbirds, signed by American poet and small press printer Brother Antoninus, aka William Everson. Berkeley: Eizo, [1968]. (SC 738).
  • Evert [Ray] Oral History. Interviews re Katherine Esau. History of Science Project. (OH 3).
  • Ewald, Henry L. One letter (TLS) from S. Halvorsen and accompanying b/w photographs of whales and Akutan Whaling Station, Alaska, 7 Sept. 1937. (SC 103).
  • Ewell, R. S. [Civil War Confederate General]. Portrait. (Wyles SC 716).
  • “Executor’s Sale of Slave.” Broadside announcing sale of “a negro girl named Mary, aged about 13 years,” by executors of estate of Squire C. Titus, Clay County, Missouri, 1860. (Wyles SC 774).
  • Exhibition Catalog Collection, ca. 1940s-1970s. Printed catalogs for exhibitions on books, graphic arts, papermaking, presses, printing, typography, and related topics. (Printers Mss 43).
  • Exner [Richard] Papers, ca. 1950s-1991. Biographical and university files, correspondence, and writings of the UCSB Professor of German and scholar of Hugo von Hofmannsthal and other German authors. Also, printed materials by writers such as Heinz Piontek. (UArch FacP 12).
  • Experiential Training Center (Chicago, IL). Flyers, 1975. (HPA SC 34).
  • Explorations Institute (Berkeley, CA). Leaflets, 1973-1978. (HPA SC 35).
  • Exposition Coloniale Internationale de Paris Photograph Album, 1931. (Bernath Mss 243).
  • Exposition Internationale du Surrealisme 1959-1960. Several printed items, including a 17 mm sound recording (La Brebis Galante de Benjamin Péret), exhibition catalog, cards, pamphlets, stamps, and other emphemera relating to the Exposition, held in Paris. (SC 753).
  • [Expositions]. “Birds Eye View World’s Columbian Exposition.” Color lithograph by the Orcutt Co, Lithographers, Chicago, executed for B. F. Larrabee & Co., [1893]. (SC 1024).
  • Expressive Therapy Institute (Santa Rosa, CA). Flyer, 1988. (HPA SC 36).
  • eXpugn. Volume 1.1 of a ‘zine by and for Progressive Generation Xers.’ Santa Barbara, CA, Mar. 1996. (SC 750).

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  • Faiss, Fritz W. One letter (ALS) to Paul Mills. Northridge, CA, 31 Oct. 1957. Laid in Roter Mond, Weisses Wild (Spec, Printers Z276.5 .G644 1955). (SC 105).
  • Faith, Prayer and Tract League Collection, n.d. [ca. 1950s-1970s?]. 200+ small tracts published by the Faith, Prayer, and Tract League of Grand Rapids, Michigan, mainly in the Silent Evangelist and Scripture Postcard series, with titles such as “Born Again,” “Where Will You Spend Eternity?” and “Where Is Happiness?” (ARC Mss 43).
  • Fajardo [Lieselotte] Oral History, 1979-1980. (OH 36).
  • Family Education and Counseling Center (Goleta, CA). Flyers, 1976. (HPA SC 37).
  • Family Synergy (Los Angeles, CA). Leaflets and newsletter, 1972-1984. (HPA SC 38).
  • Far East Photograph Albums, ca. 1900-1901. One album, handcolored photos, of Japan (temples and other scenes), some with printed captions, and one album with 34 images from China and Japan, many with handwritten captions. Images from China include European/Western soldiers, ca. time of the Boxer Rebellion. (Wyles Mss 57).
  • Farms / Farming. See: Agriculture and Ranching.
  • Farmworker Movement Collection. (CEMA 096).
  • Farragut, David G. (1801-1870). One photoengraving. (Wyles SC 655).
  • Farragut, David G. [Rear Admiral]. Two Civil War notes (ANS) and one document (ADS), 1862-1863. (Wyles SC 314).
  • [Farragut, David G.]. Printed address, memorializing Civil War admiral Farragut. (Wyles SC 859).
  • Farran, Don. One letter (TLS) from Don Farran, President of the Iowa Authors Club, to Carl Van Doren, promoting Farran’s Ballad of the Silver Ring. Hampton, Iowa, April 18, 1935. Also one 1935 newsclipping re Iowa Authors Club. Laid in Don Farran, Ballad of the Silver Ring (Muscatine, Iowa: Prairie Press, 1935). (SC 570).
  • Farrell [James T.] Letter. One letter (TLS) to Elisabeth W. Schneider, a UCSB professor of English, regarding legal action to suppress his book, Studs Lonigan. New York, NY, 24 May 1948. (SC 106).
  • [Fashion]. Pochoir Collection, ca. 1920s. Original sketches and hand colored prints from Les Chapeaux de la Femme Chic. (SC 965).
  • Fattey Family Diaries, 1868-1913. Ten diaries by Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Fattey, and their son LeRoy, who writes while in the Philippines, 1904-1913. (Bernath Mss 232).
  • Faulkner [Maurice] Papers, 1959-1990. Papers of a UCSB professor of trumpet. (UArch FacP 35).
  • Fausset, Hugh L’Anson (1895-1965). Two letters (ALS) from English writer, literary critic, biographer, poet and religious writer Fausset to [E. H. W.?] Meyerstein. Saffron Walden, Essex, UK, 1946, 1947. (SC 107).
  • Favela [Ricardo] Papers. (CEMA 072).
  • 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).
  • Fearing Family Genealogy, ca. 1880s. Bound volume, with handwritten entries, re a predominantly Massachusetts family. (SC 730).
  • Felipe II (Philip, King of Spain). One document: deed, 31 leaves, sale of the land Aldeaseca de la Frontera to Juan de Bracamonte y de Guzman, senor de Penaranda, signed "Yo el Rey." Madrid, 16 Dec. 1574. (SC 556).
  • Felipe V (King of Spain, 1683-1746). Bound, holographic copy of a set of Ordenanzas for Santiago, New Spain, 1733. In Spanish. (SC 108).
  • 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).
  • Ferguson [Charles K.] Collection, 1952-1983. Fifteen open-reel films and dozens of cassette recordings, on humanistic elements in management. (HPA Mss 9).
  • [Ferlinghetti, Lawrence]. 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).
  • 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 a Civil War letter from Camp Carrington, Indianapolis, 16 Feb. 1865. (Wyles SC 700).
  • Fidelman, Selwyn N. Articles and papers about Clinton Valley Center (Pontiac, MI), ca. 1979-1988. (HPA SC 39).
  • Fiebert, Martin S. Papers and teaching materials, ca. 1986. (HPA SC 40).
  • Field, Charles Kellogg. One letter (TLS) to Dorothy Crawford, thanking her for his use of her writing on his NBC radio program "Cheerio" and asking permission to include it in his proposed inspirational book of days. New York, Sept. 14, 1940. (SC 416).
  • Field, Isabel (1867-1950). Two black and white photographs, one of New Zealand artist and author Isabel Field at age 90 and one of what appears to be the family tomb. Laid in Field’s This Life I’ve Loved (Spec CT275 .F5 A3, copy 2). (SC 697).
  • Fielding, Henry (1707-1754). English writer. Holdings include The Temple Beau (1730) [Spec PR3454 .T2 1730], the ten-volume set The Works of Henry Fielding (1806) [Spec PR3450 .E06], The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling (1831) [Printers Z239.2 .C6 F54], The Adventures of Joseph Andrews (1832) [Printers Z239.2 .C6 F5], and The Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon (1902) [Printers Z239 .R54 F53]. Fine press editions of Tom Jones by the Limited Editions Club (1952) [Spec PR3454 .H5 1952] and the Folio Society (1959) [Spec PR3454 .H5 1973].
  • Fielding Institute (Santa Barbara, CA). Flyer, n.d. (HPA SC 41).
  • Fields, James T. Three notes (ANS) from the American publisher Fields [Ticknor and Fields] to [Henry Wadsworth] Longfellow, 1874, and others, 1879, n.d. (SC 415).
  • Fifth Annual International Conference on New Religions Collection, 1991. Mainly papers presented at the conference, held in Solvang, California, May 16-17, 1991. (ARC Mss 13).
  • 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).
  • [Fiji]. Alishouskas (John Joseph) World War II Fiji Photograph Album, 1942-1944. (Bernath Mss 277).
  • [Fiji]. 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).
  • [Fiji]. Lever [R. A.]/Fiji Photographic Negative Collection, 1930s. (Bernath Mss 294).
  • Fikkert [Rita] Collection, ca. 1939-1951. Correspondence, notebooks, pamphlets, reports, magazines and clippings from the World War II and post-WWII era, relating primarily to wartime relations with other countries and information access/censorship issues; assembled by the donor. (Bernath Mss 26).
  • Fikkert [Rita] Collection. Books and periodicals on costume and costume design. (PA Mss 8).
  • [Film]. Dramatic Arts Collection. Programs, playbills and clippings from the stage and the early days of film. (PA Mss 7).
  • [Film]. The Flying A [Studio]. Circular for the American Film Manufacturing Co. (Chicago), distributed by Film Supply Company of America, [1912]. Includes: “Daughters of Senor Lopaz,” “The Power of Love,” “Nell of the Pampas,” and “The Heart of a Soldier.” (SC 984).
  • [Film]. Hartley Film Collection, ca. 1970s-1980s. Nineteen open-reel films on humanism, zen, yoga, etc. (HPA Mss 48).
  • [Film]. Hollywood Film Star Photographs, ca. 1930s-1940s. Collection of 30 b/w publicity shots, including John Barrymore, Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, Jimmy Durante, W. C. Fields, Clark Gable, Greta Garbo, Cary Grant, Jack Haley, Walter Huston, Harold Lloyd, Frederic March, George Raft, Mickey Rooney, and Akim Tamiroff. (SC 722).
  • [Film]. 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).
  • [Film]. Seabury, William Marston. One letter (TLS) to Judge Paul J. McCormick re the motion picture industry. Laid in Seabury’s Motion Picture Problems. New York, 1 June 1929. (SC 274).
  • [Film]. UCSB. Arts and Lectures Records, ca. 1955-2010 [bulk dates 1968-1989]. Contains individual files relating to lectures, performances, film series and other events arranged and/or sponsored by the Committee on Arts and Lectures, as well as general files on press releases, calendars and programs, and other materials. Also includes a large collection of posters and oversize flyers. (UArch 16).
  • [Film]. 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).
  • Film Festival Programs Collection, 1980s-1990s. Collection of programs from film festivals around the world. (PA Mss 69).
  • Film Press Kit Collection. Press kits for motion pictures, mostly independent releases, including promotional material, clippings and advertising materials. (PA Mss 39).
  • Film Scripts Collection, 1959-2003 [bulk dates 1989-2003]. Screenplays from major and independent films. (PA Mss 60).
  • Finch, Heneage [Earl of Nottingham]. One letter (ALS), addressed "My Lord," mainly re his sister’s problems and her death. 7 Apr. 1679. (SC 225).
  • Fine Presses. Holdings include very limited editions, often with handmade papers, unique illustrations, and fine, decorated bindings. Primarily 19th and 20th century British and U.S. presses, including the Arion, Chiswick, Doves, Gehenna, Janus, Kelmscott, and Pennyroyal presses.
  • [Finland]. 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).
  • Finland Photograph Album, ca. 1900s-1950s. (Bernath Mss 351).
  • Finney, Charles G. [Rev.]. Engraved portrait, 1835. (Wyles SC 733).
  • Finney, Charles G. One black and white photograph by Pereira, of the author of The Circus of Dr. Lao. (SC 641).
  • [Fires]. Community Development and Conservation Collection (CDCC), ca. 1895-1980s. Subject files include materials on earthquakes, and fires. (SBHC Mss 1).
  • [Fires]. UCSB, Department of History, Public Historical Studies Program Records, 1955-1995 [bulk dates 1977-1994]. Contains research and publication files for projects such as the Painted Cave fire study, Santa Barbara County vintners project, and Santa Barbara district attorney history project, as well as correspondence, conference and lecture files, and other documents. (UArch 41).
  • [Fires]. UCSB Public History Interviews, 1978. Mainly interviews with Santa Barbara area fire department, forest service, and government employees re fires and firefighting. Also some interviews re water issues and the 1925 Santa Barbara earthquake. (OH 76).
  • 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).
  • First Massachustts 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).
  • First Provisional Aero Squadron (Mexican Expedition) Photographs, ca. 1916-1918 [bulk date 1916]. 65 black and white photographs of the First Provisional Aero Squadron, based at Columbus, New Mexico, near the Mexican border. Includes images of planes in flight, crashed planes, support vehicles, hangars, and squadron members. (Wyles SC 1045).
  • 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).
  • [Fish, Hamilton]. Thomas, Henry Theodore. One document, a one-sheet passport for Thomas, signed by United States Secretary of State, Hamilton Fish, 1876. (SC 796).
  • Fish, Hamilton [Secretary of State under Pres. Ulysses S. Grant]. One letter (ALS) to Robert J. Walker, providing letters of introduction for him. Washington, Department of State, 25 Sept. 1869. (Wyles SC 394).
  • Fisher, Bud. Mutt and Jeff Joke Book, 1911. (SC 813).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Fithian, Joel. Handwritten thirteen-page account by Fithian, a U.S. Army major, entitled “Recollections of Stirring Times,” dated April 5, 1872, recounting what he witnessed in Washington at the time of Abraham Lincoln’s assassination. Talks about staying at the National Hotel, where John Wilkes Booth also had been staying; also the capture of Booth and stories about his burial. (Wyles SC 949).
  • Fitzgerald, Edward (1809-1883). English poet and scholar. Holdings include over fifty editions of his translation of The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám, published between 1878 [Spec PK6513 .A1 1878] and 1979 [Spec PK6513 .A1 1979], including a version with English and Tagalog parallel text (1952) [Spec PK6515 .T3 S26 1952]. Fine press editions of the Rubáiyát include a large volume illustrated by Elihu Vedder (1884) [Spec PK6513 .A1 1884], another published by Ballantyne Press (1901) [Printers Z239.2 .B22 O4], multiple editions by T.N. Foulis [Printers Z239.2 .F66 O437 1907-1911], others by Elbert Hubbard (1908) [Printers Z239 .R67 O44 1908], Paul Elder & Co. (1909) [Printers Z239 .E4 O43 1909], Thomas B. Mosher (1911) [Printers Z239 .M64 O43 1911], Hodder & Stoughton (1913) [Printers Z276.5 .O43 1913], Collins’ Clear-Type Press (1928) [Printers Z276.5 .O433 1928], the Limited Editions Club (1935) [Printers Z239 .L5 O54], the Heritage Club (1940) [Printers Z239.2 .F298 O43 1940], Peter Pauper Press (1940) [Printers Z239 .P4 O437], the New York Graphic Society (1966) [Spec PK6513 .A1 1966], and the Folio Society (1973) [Spec PK6513 .A1 1973]. Additionally, selections from The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám have been recorded onto 78 rpm records [PA RCA Victor DM-1055]. See also Francis Hindes Groome’s Edward FitzGerald: An Aftermath (1902) [Printers Z239 .M64 G75].
  • Flaccus, William Kimball (1911-1972). Small collection of correspondence of American poet and biographer Flaccus (to Herbert West), typescript poems, and clippings, including obituary, ca. 1930-1972. (SC 110).
  • Flagg [J. Foster] Collection, late 1800s-early 1900s. Papers of an engineer and astronomer who spent his last years in Santa Barbara. Includes maps of North and South America, documents re family genealogy, and four photo albums, mainly of Mexico (Vera Cruz, Queretaro, Guadalajara, Colima, Mazatlan, Guayanas, as well as San Antonio and New Orleans) and Peru, with images of buildings, street scenes, ports, railway lines, and people. (Mss 32).
  • Flaubert, Gustave (1821-1880). French novelist. Holdings include The Temptation of Saint Anthony (1910) [Printers Z239 .W5245 F53 1910], Trois Contes (1928) [Spec PQ2246 .T7 1928], Bibliomania (1929) [Printers Z992 .F58], November (1932) [Spec PQ2246 .N7 E5 1932], and Dictionary of Accepted Ideas (1954) [Spec PQ2246 .D5 E5]. Fine press editions of La Légende de Saint Julien l’Hospitalier (1900) by the Eragny Press [Printers Z239.2 .E65 F53 1900]; The Temptation of Saint Anthony by the Limited Editions Club (1943) [Printers Z239 .L5 F5], Éditions L.C.L. (1969) [Spec PQ2246 .T45 R6], and the Allen Press (1974) [Printers Z239 .A46 F53 vault]; Madame Bovary (1950) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PQ2246 .M2 E5 1950]; A Letter from Gustave Flaubert (1960) by Gehenna Press [Printers Z239 .G38 F55 1960]; and Three Tales (1978) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PQ2246 .A24 1978]. See also Charles Hobson’s Flaubert & Louise: Letters and Impressions (1988) [Printers Z239 .L49 F53 1988 vault].
  • Flaxman, John. Ms biographical note (AN) in French, on English sculptor and draughtsman Flaxman, [ca. 1833]. Found in Thomas Piroli’s Atlas Dantesque de la Divine Comédie (Milan, 1822). (SC 464).
  • 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).
  • Fleming [Thomas] Oral History, 1999. Interviews re the UCSB Center for Black Studies. (OH 37).
  • Florey [Robert] Sound Recording Collection. Early popular French 78 rpm recordings. (PA 2001-001).
  • [Florida]. 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).
  • [Florida]. 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).
  • [Florida]. Dellenbaugh [Frederick S.] Cruise Journal, 1906. Trip to West Indies, Venezuela, and Florida. (Wyles SC 983).
  • [Florida]. Primitive Baptist Association Annual Session Minutes, ca. 1940s-1960s. Printed annual session minutes for Primitive Baptist associations, arranged alphabetically by name of the association, located in several states including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. (ARC Mss 53).
  • [Florida]. Slave Documents Collection, ca. 1711-1878. Bills of sale, manumissions, notes and receipts for slave hire, accounts for medical service, a property tax return, an estate list, correspondence, and essays. The documents come from California, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. (Wyles Mss 75).
  • [Florida]. 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).
  • [Flying A Studio]. 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).
  • The Flying A [Studio]. Circular for the American Film Manufacturing Co. (Chicago), distributed by Film Supply Company of America, [1912]. Includes: “Daughters of Senor Lopaz,” “The Power of Love,” “Nell of the Pampas,” and “The Heart of a Soldier.” (SC 984).
  • Foard Hospital. One document (ADS), 1864. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • 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).
  • Foot [Isaac] Collection. The Foot Library, with more than 50,000 volumes in the family’s country house in Cornwall, was purchased in 1962 by the University of California and distributed among five UC campuses: Berkeley, Davis, Los Angeles, Riverside, and Santa Barbara. The UCSB portion includes early bibles (from the 13th century), Greek testaments, incunabula, 17th and 18th century monographs, English Civil War tracts, French Revolutionary and Napoleonic history, and items relating to Wesley and Methodism. Also a small manuscript component (Mss 33), with 16th-17th bible leaves, and correspondence of Joseph Addison, Edmund Burke, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, H. L. Mencken, William Pitt, Alexander Pope, Samuel Wesley, Sarah Wesley, other Wesley family members, and William Wilberforce.
  • Foote, Andrew H. [Rear Admiral]. Two engraved portraits, 1865, n.d. (Wyles SC 744).
  • Forbes, Mabel. Autograph album of friends, begun in Missouri in 1882 and ending in Santa Barbara, CA in 1888. (SC 113).
  • Force, Peter (1790-1868). One note (ANS) to P. R. [Fendall?], re corrections he is to make [for a publication?], 6 Mar. 1839. (SC 114).
  • [Ford’s Theater]. One stereoview of Ford’s Theater, exterior, Washington, D.C., n.d. (Wyles SC 137).
  • Forsyth [General James W.] Collection, ca. 1867-1892. Photocopies of: a letter (ALS) from Libbie Bacon Custer, 1867; Union Pacific Railroad notices and time cards, ca 1872; typescript copies of letters from William W. Bellnap re George A. Custer, 1876; "Notes on the country in the vicinity of the North Platte, and between the said river and the Yellowstone," n.d.; "General Forsyth’s diary during Pine Ridge Campaign of 1890-91," extracts from letters written to his daughter Bessy Forsyth; report written from Camp at Pine Ridge, South, Dakota, 31 December 1890; clippings re Forsyth’s suspension after Seventh Cavalry’s Wounded Knee campaign, ca. 1891-1892. (Wyles SC 571).
  • [Fort Donelson, Tennessee]. One printed engraving, “Surrender of Fort Donelson, February 16, 1862 … View of Principal Fortifications, including the Water Batteries …”. (Wyles SC 940).
  • [Fort Laramie]. Lavender (David) – Fort Laramie Collection, ca. latter 1970s-early 1980s. Research files from David Lavender, used in writing Fort Laramie and the Changing Frontier (Official National Park Handbook, 1983). Mainly photocopies and typed notes of correspondence, diaries, reports and other documents from the latter 19th century. (Wyles Mss 3).
  • [Fort Mackinac]. Eastman, Seth [Captain]. One engraving, “Ruins of Old Fort Mackanack, 1763.” (Wyles SC 614).
  • [Fort Redoubt]. 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).
  • [Fort Sumter]. “Appearance of Fort Sumter on Tuesday Afternoon, November 10th, 1863.” Tinted lithograph of a sketch made from the ‘Beacon House’ on Morris Island. Printed for the Benefit of the Sanitary Commission by the Lithographers’ Association of New York. (Wyles SC 732).
  • [Fort Sumter]. Color lithograph, "Appearance of Fort Sumter on Tuesday Afternoon Nov. 10, 1863. (Wyles SC 829).
  • Fort Powell. One Civil War document: Ammunition Report, week ending 30 Apr. 1864. (Wyles SC 89).
  • Fort [Unidentified]. Watercolor, U.S. flag flying, mountains in background, n.d. (Wyles SC 777).
  • 44th Virginia Vol., Co. F. One Confederate Civil War document (ADS): Soldiers’ Pay Account, 12 Nov. 1861. (Wyles SC 25).
  • Fosdick, Harry Emerson (1878-1969). One letter (TLS) from American clergyman Fosdick to Mrs. R[ita] Fikkert, thanking her for support of his "National Vespers" radio program. New York City, Oct. 2, 1941. (SC 413).
  • Foster, Abbie Fiske. Typescript reminiscences “Memories of the Civil War,” Feb. 12, 1936. (Wyles SC 899).
  • Foster Family. Journal from Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, [Canada], with record of family births, deaths and other events, ca. 1782-1791. (SC 457).
  • Foundation for Christian Living Collection, ca. 1950s-1980s. Approximately 700 printed tracts and pamphlets published by the Foundation for Christian Living, mainly by Norman Vincent Peale, with titles such as “Inner Strength to Match Outer Stress,” “Powerful Effect of Optimism,” and “What Are You Doing with Your Life?” (ARC Mss 54).
  • Fowler, Charles [Private, New York State Infantry, 21st Regiment (Vol), Company F]. One Civil War document [ADS]: Discharge. Buffalo, 18 May 1863. (Wyles SC 360).
  • Fowler, Henry J. [71st New York]. Four Civil War documents, including three discharge certificates, 1861-1863. (Wyles SC 674).
  • Fowler [Willa] Minstrel Show Collection, ca. 1880-1898. Correspondence, photographs, and posters, mainly for minstrel shows in Iowa and Illinois, including the Barlow, Wilson, Primrose & West’s Minstrels, Duprez & Benedicts Gigantic Minstrels, the Lady Minstrels, and the Wapello ‘Indians’ Big Minstrels. (SC 562).
  • Fox Family Falmouth, England Consular Papers, 1819-1905. (Bernath Mss 213).
  • Fox, George (1624-1691). English theologian and founder of the Quaker movement. Holdings include A Declaration from the Harmless & Innocent People of God Called Quakers (1660) [Spec BX7730 .F66], Christ’s Parable of Dives and Lazarus (1677) [Spec BX7730 .F65], To All Kings, Princes, Rulers, Governours, Bishops, and Clergy That Profess Christianity in Christendom (1685) [Spec BX7617 .F87], as well as his posthumously published Journal (1694) [Spec BX7795 .F7 A2 1694], and a facsimile of an 1825 edition of Selections from the Epistles of George Fox (1979) [ARC BX7617 .F68 C642 1979].
  • Fox, Gustavus V. [Assistant Secretary of the Navy]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to H. R. Anthony. Washington, 10 Nov. 1865. (Wyles SC 315).
  • Fox [Hugh] Collection, ca. 1960s. Hand-corrected typescript of Fox’s novel The TaffyHills, mimeograph copy of Countdown on an Empty Streetcar, and related artwork. UCSB Special Collections also has a number of his printed works, including Charles Bukowski: A Critical and Bibliographical Study. (Mss 35).
  • Fox, John [William], Jr. (1863-1919). One letter (ALS) to Dona Carolina [?] re his forthcoming book, The Trail of the Lonesome Pine. Big Stone Gap, Virginia, 30 Sept. 1908. (SC 115).
  • Fox, Thomas. One letter (ALS) to Thomas C. Sharp, mainly discussing a case in which he is to make application to appear before an unidentified Board. Quarantine Hospital, St. Louis, 2 Feb. 1869. (Wyles SC 90).
  • [France]. Algeria Photograph Album, 1924. 61 b/w prints, captions in French, with some images of Europeans, but mainly local inhabitants and street scenes from Algiers, Biskra, Sidi Akba, Theniet el Had, Constantine, Sidi Said, as well as ruins of Timgad. (SC 946).
  • [France]. Apollinaire, Guillaume (1880-1918) [real name Wilhelm Albert Vladimir Apollinaris Kostrowitzky]. French poet, born in Italy. Holdings include L’Enchanteur Pourrissant (1909) [Spec PQ2601 .P6 E5 1909 vault]; Vitam Impendere Amori (1917) [Spec PQ2601 .P6 V 1917 vault]; Calligrammes (1918) [Spec PQ2601 .P6 C3 vault]; Les Mamelles de Tiresias (1918) [Spec PQ2601 .P6 M3 1918 vault]; Le Bestiaire (1919) [Spec PQ2601 .P6 B4 1919 vault]; Le Poète Assassiné (1926) [Spec PQ2601 .P6 P6 1926], also in English as The Poet Assassinated (1923) [Spec PQ2601 .P6 P6E 1923]; Alcools (1965) in English [Spec PQ2601 .P6 A713 1965]; the four-volume set Œuvres Complètes de Guillaume Apollinaire (1965) [Spec PQ2601 .P6 1965]; and the three-volume set Apollinaire Journaliste: Textes Retrouvés et Textes Inédits avec Présentation et Notes (1979) [Spec PQ2601 .P6 A6 1979]. Fine press editions of Le Bestiaire (1967) by Éditions L.C.L. [Spec PQ2601 .P6 1965], The Poet Assassinated (1968) by Tanglewood Press [Spec PQ2601 .P6 P62 1968b vault], Mirror (1986) by Ninja Press [Printers Z239 .N564 A66 1986], and The Hills (2004) by Pooté Press [Printers Z239 .P5665 A66 2004].
  • [France]. Automobile and Cycling Map, ca. 1910. French printed, linen backed, folding map covering Luxembourg, and parts of France, Belgium and Germany. (SC 1090).
  • [France]. Balzac, Honoré de (1799-1850). French novelist. Holdings include Contes Drolatiques (1874) with illustrations by Gustav Doré [Spec PQ2164.A402 1874b]; The Two Young Brides (1904) [Spec PS2112.T9]; Christ in Flanders (1910) in English [Spec PQ2167.J4 E5 1910], also in German (1923) [Spec PQ2167.J4 G4 1923]; Eugénie Grandet (1911) in the original French [Spec PQ2166.A1 1911]; The Girl With the Golden Eyes (1931) [Spec PQ2167.F513 1931]; the three-volume set of Droll Stories (1932) [Spec PQ2164.A45 1932]; and Old Man Goriot (1949) [Spec PR6025.A86 Z3 B3]. Fine press editions of Jésus Christ en Flandre (1928) by Strawberry-Hill Press [Printers Z239.S726 B34 1928], The Hidden Treasures, or, The Adventures of Maître Cornelius (1953) by L-D Allen Press [Printers Z239.A46 B348], and The Unknown Masterpiece (1997) by Rampant Lions Press [Printers Z239.2.R3 B379 1997].
  • [France]. Baudelaire, Charles (1821-1867). French poet. Holdings include Les Fleurs du Mal (1857) [Spec PQ2191.F6 1857], Les Pièces Condamnées des Fleurs du Mal (1903) [Spec PQ2191.F62 1903], translated into English as The Flowers of Evil (1909) [Spec PQ2191.F6 E5], Baudelaire, His Prose and Poetry (1925) [Spec PQ2191.A27 1925], Une Colére de Charles Baudelaire (1926) [Spec PQ2191.Z5 A243], Little Poems in Prose (1928) [Printers Z239.4.B48 B88], Intimate Journals (1930) [Spec PS3509.L76 Z3 B32], and The Mirror of Baudelaire (1942) [Printers Z239.G648 B3]. Fine press editions of Poems in Prose (1909) by Thomas B. Mosher [Printers Z239.M64 B39], Flowers of Evil (1947) by the Sylvan Press [Printers Z239.S9 B39], Les Fleurs du Mal (1965) by Éditions L.C.L. [Spec PQ2191.F6 1965], a broadside edition of The Cats (1980) by Mudborn Press [Spec PQ2191.A248 1980], and Les Bijoux (1998) by Circle Press [Printers Z239.2.C372 B38 1998]. Additionally, Baudelaire’s poems have been set to music and recorded on 78 rpm records [PA ARVM-8998 and ARVM-9628].
  • [France]. Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de (1732-1799). French playwright. Holdings include Eugénie (1767) and Les Deux Amis, ou, Le Négociant de Lyon (1770), anthologized in Spec ML50.2.N95 1755; Le Barbier de Séville (1776) and L’Autre Tartuffe, ou, La Mère Coupable (1794), anthologized in Spec PQ2066.S6 A75 1766; and a fine press edition of Le Mariage de Figaro (1927) by Henry Babou [Spec PQ1956.A7 1927]. Gioacchino Rossini’s operatic version of The Barber of Seville is also available on 78 rpm records (1942) [PA Victor M 898].
  • [France]. Bennet (Robert) Mediterranean Photograph Album, ca. early 1930s. About 200 b/w photographs, many commercial, captions in English compiled by United States Merchant Mariner Robert Bennet. Includes images of Egypt (Cairo, Pyramids, Alexandria), Lebanon (Beyrouth/Beirut), Palestine (Haifa, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem), Syria, Italy (Naples), Gibraltar, Marseille, Morocco (Casablanca), Algiers, and a bull fight in Seville. (Bernath Mss 276).
  • [France]. 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).
  • [France]. Destouches, Philippe Néricault (1680-1754). French playwright. Holdings include Le Curieux Impertinent (1711) [Spec PQ1977.D7 A634 1711]; Le Philosophe Marié (1727), La Force du Naturel (1750), L’Obstacle Imprévu (1767), and La Fausse Agnès (1772), all anthologized in Spec PQ1977.D7 A75 1727; and L’Ingrat (1775) [Spec PQ1977.D7 I5].
  • [France]. Diderot, Denis (1713-1784). French writer and philosopher. Holdings include the 35-volume set Encyclopédie, ou, Dictionnaire Raisonné des Sciences, des Arts et des Métiers (1751) [Spec AE25.E5 1751 vault], Le Pere de Famille: Comédie en Cinq Actes et en Prose (1767) [Spec PQ1997.T6 1772], Select Essays from the Encyclopedy (1772) in English [Spec AE25.E52 1772], and the three-volume Collection Complétes des Oeuvres Philosophiques, Littéraires et Dramatiques (1773) [Spec PQ1979.A1 1773]. Fine press edition of The Nun (1972) by the Folio Society [Spec PQ1979.A76 E52 1972].
  • [France]. Doré, Gustave (1832-1883). French illustrator. Holdings include Histoire de la Sainte Russie (1854) [Printers Z257.D673 1854] and The Bible in Pictures (1934) [Spec BS560.D9]. Also, illustrated volumes of The History of Don Quixote (n.d.) by Cervantes [Printers Z239.2.C33 C4], Edmond About’s Le Roi des Montagnes (1861) [Spec PQ2151.R5 1861], Tennyson’s Vivien (1867) [Spec PR5559.M3 1867], Atala (1867) by the Vicomte de Chateaubriand [Printers Z257.C427 1867], The Fables of La Fontaine (c.1870) [Spec PQ1811.E3 T6 1870z], selected poems of Thomas Hood (1870) [Spec PR4796.T5 1870], a two-volume set of Œuvres de Rabelais (1873) [Spec PQ1682.M6 1873a], Balzac’s Contes Drolatiques (1874) [Spec PQ2164.A402 1874b], Dante’s Purgatory and Paradise (1883) [Spec PQ4315.13.C3 1883], Orlando Furioso (1883) by Ariosto [Spec PQ4582.S5 A36], Milton’s Paradise Lost (1887) [Spec PR3560 1887a], The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1931) [Spec PN6193.M8 D6 1931], and The Rime of the Ancient Mariner (1966) by Samuel Taylor Coleridge [Spec PR4479.A1 1966].
  • [France]. Douglas, R[obert] B. One letter (ALS) from author Robert B. Douglas, to a Mr. Keeson re a ticket for a lottery conducted in conjunction with the Paris Exhibition of 1889. Paris, 23 December 1897. (SC 405).
  • [France]. Dumas, Alexandre (1802-1870). French novelist and playwright. Holdings include Impressions de Voyage (1838) [Spec DC27.D874 1838]. Fine press editions of A Gil Blas in California (1933) by the Primavera Press [Spec F865.D882 and Printers Z239.P7 D86 1933]; as well as The Count of Monte Cristo (1941) [Printers Z239.L5 D78], Twenty Years After (1958) [Printers Z239.L5 D82], and The Man in the Iron Mask (1964) [Printers Z239.L5 D8], all by the Limited Editions Club. Additionally, an adaptation of The Count of Monte Cristo has been recorded on 78 rpm records [PA Decca DA-337].
  • [France]. 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).
  • [France]. Exposition Coloniale Internationale de Paris Photograph Album, 1931. (Bernath Mss 243).
  • [France]. Exposition Internationale du Surrealisme 1959-1960. Several printed items, including a 17 mm sound recording (La Brebis Galante de Benjamin Pérret), exhibition catalog, cards, pamphlets, stamps, and other emphemera relating to the Exposition, held in Paris. (SC 753).
  • [France]. Flaubert, Gustave (1821-1880). French novelist. Holdings include The Temptation of Saint Anthony (1910) [Printers Z239.W5245 F53 1910], Trois Contes (1928) [Spec PQ2246.T7 1928], Bibliomania (1929) [Printers Z992.F58], November (1932) [Spec PQ2246.N7 E5 1932], and Dictionary of Accepted Ideas (1954) [Spec PQ2246.D5 E5]. Fine press editions of La Légende de Saint Julien l’Hospitalier (1900) by the Eragny Press [Printers Z239.2.E65 F53 1900]; The Temptation of Saint Anthony by the Limited Editions Club (1943) [Printers Z239.L5 F5], Éditions L.C.L. (1969) [Spec PQ2246.T45 R6], and the Allen Press (1974) [Printers Z239.A46 F53 vault]; Madame Bovary (1950) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PQ2246.M2 E5 1950]; A Letter from Gustave Flaubert (1960) by Gehenna Press [Printers Z239.G38 F55 1960]; and Three Tales (1978) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PQ2246.A24 1978]. See also Charles Hobson’s Flaubert & Louise: Letters and Impressions (1988) [Printers Z239.L49 F53 1988 vault].
  • [France]. France, Anatole (1844-1924) [pseudonym of Jacques Anatole François Thibault]. French writer. Holdings include Penguin Island (1909) in English [Spec PQ2254.I4 E5 1909]; Filles et Garçons (1915) [Spec PQ2254.F55 1915]; Le Lys Rouge (1921) [Spec PQ2254.L8 1921], also in English as The Red Lily (1917) [Spec PQ2254.L8 E6 1917]; Thaïs (1921) [Spec PQ2254.T4 1921], also in English (1922) [Spec PQ2254.T4 E5 1922]; La Rôtisserie de la Reine Pédauque (1921) [Spec PQ2254.R7 1921], also in English (1928) [Spec PQ2254.R7 E6 1926]; Le Jardin d’Épicure (1922) [Spec PQ2254.J3 1922]; Les Opinions de M. Jérôme Coignard (1922) [Spec PQ2254.O6 1922]; L’Étui de Nacre (1922) [Spec PQ2254.E7 1922]; the two-volume set The Life of Joan of Arc (1923) in English [Spec DC103.F73 1923]; L’Orme du Mail (1923) [Spec PQ2254.O7 1923]; Le Mannequin d’Osier (1923) [Spec PQ2254.M4 1923]; Les Contes de Jacques Tournebroche (1923) [Spec PQ2254.C575 1923]; L’Anneau d’Améthyste (1924) [Spec PQ2254.A8 1924], also in English as The Amethyst Ring (1922) [Spec PQ2254.A8 E5 1922]; The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard (1924) in English [Spec PQ2254.C7 E5 1924]; Poésies (1924) [Spec PQ2254.A17 1924]; The Gods are Athirst (1924) in English [Spec PQ2254.D5 E5 1924]; The Latin Genius (1924) in English [Spec PQ139.F78]; La Vie en Fleur (1924) [Spec PQ2254.V5 1924b]; La Légende des Saintes Oliverie et Liberette (1924) [Spec PQ2254.L4]; Jocaste, et, Le Chat Maigre (1925) [Spec PQ2254.J5 1925], also in English as Jocasta, and, The Famished Cat (1924) [Spec PQ2254.J5 E5 1924]; Monsieur Bergeret à Paris (1925) [Spec PQ2254.M7 1925], also in English (1922) [Spec PQ2254.M7 E5 1922b]; Stendhal (1926) in English [Spec PQ2436.F6512 1926]; Le Puits de Sainte Claire (1926) [Spec PQ2254.P8 1926]; Pierre Noziére (1927) [Spec PQ2254.P4 1927]; Balthasar (1927) [Spec PQ2254.B3 1927]; Les Désirs de Jean Servien (1927) [Spec PQ2254.D4 1927]; Sur la Pierre Blanche (1928) [Spec PQ2254.S7 1928]; Le Petit Pierre (1928) [Spec PQ2254.P35 1928]; Crainquebille (1929) [Spec PQ2254.C6 1929]; Rabelais (1929) [Spec PQ1694.F68 1929]; La Vie Littéraire (1930) [Spec PQ2254.V53 1930]; and Histoire Comique (1930) [Spec PQ2254.H5 1930], also in English as A Mummer’s Tale (1925) [Spec PQ2254.H5 E5 1925]. Fine press editions of Amycus et Célestin (1916) by the Museum Press [Printers Z239.M9 F7], Penguin Island (1928) by the Heritage Club [Printers Z239.H46 F72], The Gods are a-Thirst (1942) by the Nonesuch Press [Printers Z239.2.N6 F73], The Revolt of the Angels (1953) by the Limited Editions Club [Printers Z239.P53 F68], and Le Jongleur de Notre-Dame (1955) by Editions St. Alban [Spec PQ2254.J7 1955 vault].
  • [France]. French Motor Expedition to China, Tibet, and Mongolia Photograph Album, ca. 1914-1916. (Bernath Mss 81).
  • [France]. French Revolutionary Pamphlets Collection, ca. 1782-1831. More than 1300 printed pamphlets, mainly from the period of the French Revolution. (Mss 36).
  • [France]. [Haiti]. One French military document (ADS), count of men (98) and rations (bread, fresh beef, pork, and rum), Port au Prince [Haiti], June 1795. (SC 810).
  • [France]. Hugo, Victor Marie (1802-1885). French writer. Holdings include Théatre de Victor Hugo (1843) [Spec PQ2281.D2 1843], William Shakespeare (1864) [Spec PR2896.H78], and Pour un Soldat (1875) [Spec PQ2289.P8 1875b vault]. Fine press editions of Notre-Dame de Paris (1930) [Printers Z257.H86 1930], Les Misérables (1938) [Printers Z239.L5 H8], The Toilers of the Sea (1960) [Spec PQ2289.T7 E55 1960], and The Battle of Waterloo (1977) [Spec PQ2286.A455 1977], all by the Limited Editions Club.
  • [France]. Indochina Photograph Album, ca. 1935. (Bernath Mss 238).
  • [France]. 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).
  • [France]. 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).
  • [France]. Kreutzberg [John] Collection, 1917. Correspondence and photographs of an American who served in the French army during World War I and drove an ambulance contributed by his home town of Lake Bluff, Illinois. (Bernath Mss 22).
  • [France]. Kriegs-Nachrichten Collection, 1870-1871. Three portfolios/scrapbooks with photographs, clippings, war reports, leaflets and political cartoons pertaining to the Franco-Prussian war of 1870-1871, as well as the Paris Commune and the Italian annexation of Rome. (Bernath Mss 123).
  • [France]. de Launay, Emmanuel Henri Louis Alexandre, comte dAntraigues (1753-1812). One letter (ALS) in French from French pamphleteer, diplomat, spy and political adventurer de Launay, in a hand difficult to decipher. N.p., 6 febrier [ca. late 1700s-early 1800s]. (SC 368).
  • [France]. Madagascar Photograph Album, 1901-1907. 139 b/w prints, with captions in French. (SC 849).
  • [France]. Molière (1622-1673) [pseudonym of Jean Baptiste Poquelin.] French playwright. Holdings include early editions of Amphitryon (1684) [Spec PQ1826.A7 1684], the eight-volume set Oeuvres de Moliere (1718) [Printers Z239.4.D3 M6], and Le Médecin Malgre Lui (1732) with French and English parallel text [Spec PQ1836.M4 1732]. Fine press editions of Tartuffe (1930) by the Limited Editions Club [Printers Z239.L5 M6] and L’Avare (1931) by Éditions du Bélier [Printers Z257.M538 1931]. Additionally, a passage from L’Avare is recited by Emile M. Stéphan on a 78 RPM record [PA Mss 19/ARVM 23401]. See also Dossiers Molières: Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme (1975) by Sylvie Chevalley [Spec PQ1829.B67 1975].
  • [France]. Parlement de Paris. One thin bound volume, with holographic notes on the presidents and advisors/counciollors of the Inquests at the time of their exile by Louis XV in 1732. (SC 788).
  • [France]. Rabelais, François (c.1494-1553) [pseudonym of Alcofribas Nasier]. French physician and satirist. Holdings include an early edition of Les Oeuvres (1558) [Spec PQ1681.A1 1558 vault] and a facsimile of the 1532 edition of La Pantagrueline Prognostication (1922) [Spec PQ1683.P8 1532a]. Fine press editions of his works by Ballantyne Press (1904) [Printers Z239.2.B22 R33 1904] and The Complete Works of Doctor François Rabelais, Abstractor of the Quintessence (1927), part of the Morris L. Ernst Banned Book Collection [Spec PQ1685.E5 U7 1927].
  • [France]. Racine, Jean (1639-1699). French dramatist. Holdings include Iphigénie (1743) [Spec PQ1896.A1 1743], The Distrest Mother (1791) in English [Spec PQ1890.A45 1791], the seven-volume set Œuvres de Jean Racine (1808) [Spec PQ1885 1808], and The Dramatic Works of Jean Racine (1889) in English [Spec PQ1888.E5 B6]. Fine press edition of Phaedra (1958) by the Grabhorn Press [Printers Z239.G7 R3].
  • [France]. Rieffel [Aristide] Collection, 1873-1943. Primarily correspondence and writings (in French) of French philosopher, social scientist, journalist and inventor Rieffel, who spent his last years in Santa Barbara. (Mss 153).
  • [France]. Senegal Photograph Collection, ca. late 1920s-early 1930s. 60 black/white photos, captions in French. (Bernath Mss 242).
  • [France]. Type Specimens Collection, 1785-1984. Advertisements, catalogs, flyers, leaflets, and lists, mainly by U.S. companies, but also a number from Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, and the Netherlands. Includes some material from California firms such as the A. Carlisle & Co. (San Francisco), Border Printing Co. (San Francisco), California Electrotype and Stereotype Co. (Los Angeles), California Electrotyping Co. (San Francisco), University of California Press (Berkeley and Los Angeles). (Printers Mss 42).
  • [France]. World Tour Photograph Album, 1907-1908. 458 b/w snapshots of a world tour by an unknown American woman, including images from France. (Bernath Mss 79).
  • [France]. World War I Photograph Album, ca. 1919. About 130 b/w photographs, mainly taken in France, some labeled as Men of the 102nd. Includes images of Generals Edwards and Passaga, several of Negro troops, several battle-site scenes, many of French countryside, Mount St. Michel and Paris, some on ship The Agamemnon, 26th Division parade in Boston, arrival in New Haven. (Bernath Mss 30).
  • [France]. Zola, Emile (1840-1902). French novelist. Holdings include The Soil (1888) [Spec PQ2520.A46 1888], La Débacle (1892) [Spec PQ2500.A1 1892], Lourdes (1984) [Spec PQ2506.A38 1894], La Fête à Coqueville (1898) [Spec PQ2503.F4 1898], and Nana (1933) [Spec PQ2510.A35 1933]. Fine press edition of Germinal (1942) by the Nonesuch Press [Printers Z239.2.N6 Z6].
  • France, Anatole (1844-1924) [pseudonym of Jacques Anatole François Thibault]. French writer. Holdings include Penguin Island (1909) in English [Spec PQ2254.I4 E5 1909]; Filles et Garçons (1915) [Spec PQ2254.F55 1915]; Le Lys Rouge (1921) [Spec PQ2254.L8 1921], also in English as The Red Lily (1917) [Spec PQ2254.L8 E6 1917]; Thaïs (1921) [Spec PQ2254.T4 1921], also in English (1922) [Spec PQ2254.T4 E5 1922]; La Rôtisserie de la Reine Pédauque (1921) [Spec PQ2254.R7 1921], also in English (1928) [Spec PQ2254.R7 E6 1926]; Le Jardin d’Épicure (1922) [Spec PQ2254.J3 1922]; Les Opinions de M. Jérôme Coignard (1922) [Spec PQ2254.O6 1922]; L’Étui de Nacre (1922) [Spec PQ2254.E7 1922]; the two-volume set The Life of Joan of Arc (1923) in English [Spec DC103.F73 1923]; L’Orme du Mail (1923) [Spec PQ2254.O7 1923]; Le Mannequin d’Osier (1923) [Spec PQ2254.M4 1923]; Les Contes de Jacques Tournebroche (1923) [Spec PQ2254.C575 1923]; L’Anneau d’Améthyste (1924) [Spec PQ2254.A8 1924], also in English as The Amethyst Ring (1922) [Spec PQ2254.A8 E5 1922]; The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard (1924) in English [Spec PQ2254.C7 E5 1924]; Poésies (1924) [Spec PQ2254.A17 1924]; The Gods are Athirst (1924) in English [Spec PQ2254.D5 E5 1924]; The Latin Genius (1924) in English [Spec PQ139.F78]; La Vie en Fleur (1924) [Spec PQ2254.V5 1924b]; La Légende des Saintes Oliverie et Liberette (1924) [Spec PQ2254.L4]; Jocaste, et, Le Chat Maigre (1925) [Spec PQ2254.J5 1925], also in English as Jocasta, and, The Famished Cat (1924) [Spec PQ2254.J5 E5 1924]; Monsieur Bergeret à Paris (1925) [Spec PQ2254.M7 1925], also in English (1922) [Spec PQ2254.M7 E5 1922b]; Stendhal (1926) in English [Spec PQ2436.F6512 1926]; Le Puits de Sainte Claire (1926) [Spec PQ2254.P8 1926]; Pierre Noziére (1927) [Spec PQ2254.P4 1927]; Balthasar (1927) [Spec PQ2254.B3 1927]; Les Désirs de Jean Servien (1927) [Spec PQ2254.D4 1927]; Sur la Pierre Blanche (1928) [Spec PQ2254.S7 1928]; Le Petit Pierre (1928) [Spec PQ2254.P35 1928]; Crainquebille (1929) [Spec PQ2254.C6 1929]; Rabelais (1929) [Spec PQ1694.F68 1929]; La Vie Littéraire (1930) [Spec PQ2254.V53 1930]; and Histoire Comique (1930) [Spec PQ2254.H5 1930], also in English as A Mummer’s Tale (1925) [Spec PQ2254.H5 E5 1925]. Fine press editions of Amycus et Célestin (1916) by the Museum Press [Printers Z239.M9 F7], Penguin Island (1928) by the Heritage Club [Printers Z239.H46 F72], The Gods are a-Thirst (1942) by the Nonesuch Press [Printers Z239.2.N6 F73], The Revolt of the Angels (1953) by the Limited Editions Club [Printers Z239.P53 F68], and Le Jongleur de Notre-Dame (1955) by Editions St. Alban [Spec PQ2254.J7 1955 vault].
  • France and Algeria Photograph Albums, ca. 1916. Two photograph albums, more than 200 black/white photos, no captions except for one dated March 1916. Includes images of France and Algeria during World War I era, with images of local Arab population, street scenes, and soldiers in Algeria, as well as French countryside, unidentified family, and soldiers. (Bernath Mss 369).
  • Francis, Ebin. One document (ADS) to Captain Thomas Harris re stores shipped on board the ship Juno. Boston, 17 January 1799. (SC 116).
  • Franck [Harry Alverson] Latin America / China Travel Collection, ca. 1911-1923. (Wyles SC 975).
  • Frank, Marion Rudin. Vitae, leaflets, and articles, 1980s. (HPA SC 42).
  • Franklin, Benjamin (1706-1790). American statesman, scientist, and writer. Holdings include Political, Miscellaneous, and Philosophical Pieces (1779) [Spec E302.F83 1779]; Works of the Late Doctor Benjamin Franklin (1793) [Spec PS745.A2 1793], also part of the “Books Lincoln Read” collection (1799) [Wyles E457.21.B5 F7]; Franklin’s Way to Wealth (1820) [Spec HF5386.F6 1820a]; Familiar Letters and Miscellaneous Papers of Benjamin Franklin (1833) [Spec E302.F8437]; Benjamin Franklin: His Autobiography (1848) [Spec 302.6.F7 A2 1848], and issues of Poor Richard’s Almanac from 1850, 1852, and 1856 [Spec AY64.P685]. Fine press editions include Benjamin Franklin on Marriage (1929) by the Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 F66], The Way to Wealth (1930) by Random House [Printers Z239.R3 F7], The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin by the Limited Editions Club (1931) [Printers Z239.N3 F73] and the Heritage Press (1951) [Printers Z239.H46 F736 1951], Satires and Hoaxes of Doctor Benjamin Franklin (1935) by Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 F7], The Suppressed Letters of Benjamin Franklin (1936) by Black Hawk Press [Printers Z239.B3424 F73 1936], Dr. Benj. Franklin and the Ladies (1939) by Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 F68], The Drinker’s Dictionary & Other Useful Information on the Joys of Wine, Women & Song (1965) by the Junto Press [Printers Z239.J85 F73], and Poor Richard’s Almanac by the Imprint Society (1970) [Spec PS749.A3 1970] and Peter Pauper Press (1986) [Printers Z239.P4 F694 1986]. See also B. Franklin, Printer & Publisher (1935) by William W. Clary [Printers Z232.F8 C5] and Benjamin Franklin’s Philadelphia Printing (1974) by C. William Miller [Printers Z232.F8 M5].
  • Franklin, William Buell [1823-1903; Civil War Union General]. One letter (ALS) to Colonel Nicholson. Hartford, Connecticut, 1 Sept. 1899. (Wyles SC 310).
  • Fraternal Organization Photograph, ca. late 1800s. Two men and one woman in uniforms of unidentified fraternal organization. (Wyles SC 711).
  • Freedman [J. F.] Papers, 2002-2003. Correspondence, notes, website printouts, photographs, articles, clippings, maps, guides, and ms drafts of Santa Barbara author J. F. [Jerry] Freedman’s book, Fallen Idols (2003) and his trip to Belize to do background research. Books by Freedman have been cataloged separately. (Mss 209).
  • Freedmen Department, 1864. One document re renting rooms for colored schools, Disrict of West Tennessee. (Wyles SC 995).
  • Freeman, Joseph (1897-1965). Four letters (TLS) to Charles A. Pearce, re the publishing industry, 1938-1939, n.d. (SC 117).
  • Freeman [Robert] Papers. UCSB Musicology faculty member. (UArch FacP 38).
  • Freemasonry. Six black and white albumen photographs of unidentified family, laid in Daniel Sickels’ The General Ahiman Rezon and Freemason’s Guide (Sweet HS457.S56 1904). (SC 635).
  • Fremont, Jessie Benton (1824-1902). One letter (ALS) to Mrs. Gorham, providing an introduction for her nurse and a Mr. Milo Wilson, and commenting on Mrs. Gorham’s garden. Los Angeles, 14 July 1902. (Wyles SC 91).
  • Fremont, John Charles [General]. One black/white 5 1/4" x 8" mounted print of Fremont, in later life, “in front of the tree used by Him as his headquarters in 1846, which was afterwards named in honor of him.” Santa Cruz, California, 1896. (Wyles SC 615).
  • [Fremont, John Charles]. One silk bookmark, with image of Fremont and inscription “Liberty Union: Free Speech, Free Men, Free Territory, Fremont.” Possible souvenir of Fremont’s Republican Party presidential race in 1856. (Wyles SC 605).
  • French Assignats, 1790-1793. One bound volume. (Mss 176).
  • French, Augustus C. (Governor of Illinois). Signed document, appointing Benjamin P. Hinch as Notary Public for Gallatin County, 1851. (Wyles SC 843).
  • French Cycling Documents, 1927, 1934. Three items. (SC 1076).
  • French Document, 1645. (SC 918).
  • [French Engraving]. Handcolored engraving "La Vue de Roy," ca. latter 18th century. (SC 800).
  • [French Guinea]. 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).
  • [French Guyana]. 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).
  • French Indochina Photograph Collection, ca. 1940s. 50 professional b/w photographs, mainly of Vietnam along with a few of Laos, most with French captions on the back, ca. 1940s. Many have stamps from French agencies (French Press & Information Service, Agence Economique des Colonies, Compagnie Aerienne Francaise). Includes scenes of the Vietnamese countryside, river views, Vietnamese people, buildings, railroads, and aerial shots of cities. Locations include Vientiane, Tonkin, Bien Hoa, Annam, Baie d’Along, Haiphong, Hanoi, and Saigon. (Bernath Mss 41).
  • French Motor Expedition to China, Tibet, and Mongolia Photograph Album, ca. 1914-1916. (Bernath Mss 81).
  • [French Polynesia]. 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).
  • [French Revolution]. 15 documents and broadsides, ca. 1790-1793. (SC 774).
  • French Revolutionary Pamphlets Collection, ca. 1782-1831. More than 1300 printed pamphlets, mainly from the period of the French Revolution. (Mss 36).
  • French Soldier’s Turkey-Syria Photograph Album, ca. 1919-1921. Photograph album of a French soldier with the Armée d’Orient, containing 100+ small black/white snapshots. Includes views of Istanbul and its environs, festival, market and street scenes, views of the Armenian and Turkish quarter in Aintab (N. Syria), Aleppo, Deir er Zor, French military at various sites, military and other ships, harbor, mosques and minarets, rural areas, horses and camels being used for transport, rubble and damaged buildings. (Bernath Mss 90).
  • French West and North Africa Photograph Album, ca. 1920s-1930s. (SC 1045).
  • [French West Indies]. 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).
  • Fricker [Peter Racine] Papers, 1940s-1990. Manuscripts and personal papers of British born composer and UCSB faculty member. (PA Mss 17).
  • Fricker [Peter Racine] Papers. (UArch FacP 13).
  • Fromm, Erich. Carbon typescript re the Socialist Party – Social Democratic Federation of Ohio and Fromm’s socialist manifesto, as delineated in his Let Man Prevail, ca. 1961. (SC 414).
  • Frost [Eugenia] Correspondence, ca. 1930-1938. Mainly incoming, includes one card (ACS) from John Steinbeck, thanking Frost for her earlier letter and saying he isn’t sure anymore what his book [Tortilla Flat?] was about, having been told so many things by others. Pacific Grove, CA, stamped 6 Apr. 1936. (SC 118).
  • [Frost, Robert]. 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).
  • Fukui Holy Trinity Church Photograph Album, ca. 1930s. Photograph album, dedicated to the Rt. Rev. S. H. Nichols, Bishop of Kyoto Diocese, Japan, Feb. 2, 1941. 49 b/w photos, mainly 1930s, most with captions, including many of the Fukui Holy Trinity Church (Anglican), parish house, church members, chapel, kindergarten, children’s doll festival, boys’ dormitory and residents, several pastors and families, and snow scenes. The church continues to exist as of 2004. (Bernath Mss 101).
  • Fuller, Buckminster. One note (ANS) to Lewis Strauss, re visiting him. New York, Feb. 13, 1935. (SC 533).
  • Furnival, John. One letter (ALS) from British artists Furnival to Ian [?], on back of broadside announcement for Semiotic Drawing, 1965. (SC 104).
  • Furst-Heinam, Klara. Manuscript diary in German, inscribed “Meine Leiden & Freuden,” ca. 1879-1950; later years in New Berlin, New York. (SC 125).

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  • G.E. Tempo Collection, 1957-1969. Mainly unclassified speeches, papers, publications, research and technical memoranda and proposals of G. E. Tempo, a Santa Barbara-based think-tank working on long-range solutions to national defense and weapons systems issues. (Mss 139).
  • G. E. Tempo Collection, ca. 1972-1973. Pamphlets and ephemera from the UCSB Library’s Local History File, re the Santa Barbara-based long-range research and planning component of the General Electric Company, and protests against it. (SC 692).
  • Gagnon, John H. Vitae, biographical notes, and articles, ca. 1983-1986. (HPA SC 43).
  • Gahagan [G. William] Collection, ca. 1935-1953 [bulk dates 1942-1945]. 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).
  • Gaines [Jack] and Perls [Fritz] Collection, 1968-1981. Papers and recorded interviews associated with Gaines’ biography of Fritz Perls, the founder of Gestalt Therapy. Gaines is a former industrialist who went on to work with the Esalen Institute. (HPA Mss 10).
  • Gale [Raymond F.] Papers, 1968-1990. Typescripts of published books and papers, notes, exercises, lectures, and other works by Gale, professor of humanistic psychology at Ball State University, 1962-1983. (HPA Mss 11).
  • Galería de la Raza (GDLR) Archives, ca. 1966-1989. 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).
  • 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).
  • Galileo Galilei (1564-1642). Italian scientist and astronomer. Holdings include an early edition of Pierre Gassendi’s Institutio Astronomica (1653) which reprints Galileo’s Sidereus Nuncius [Spec QB41.G37 vault], twenty volumes of Le Opere di Galileo Galilei (1929) [Spec QB3.G3 1929], and Galileo Against the Philosophers (1976) [Spec QB41.G12913].
  • [Gallagher, Tess]. 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).
  • 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).
  • Galsworthy, John. One letter (ALS) to Mr. [?] Dawson excusing himself [from an invitation?]. London, 19 July 1927. (SC 121).
  • Galt, John (1779-1839). Scottish novelist. Holdings include Sir Andrew Wylie (1822) [Spec PR4708.G2 S57 1822], The Provost (1850) [Spec PR4708.G2 P76 1850], A Rich Man (1925) [Spec PR4708.G2 R52 1925], The Last of the Lairds (1926) [Spec PR4708.G2 L3 1926 and Printers Z239.2.F665 G358 1926], The Member: An Autobiography (1975) [Spec PR4708.G2 M46 1975], Selected Short Stories (1978) [Spec PR4708.G2 A15 1978], and Ringan Gilhaize (1984) [Spec PR4708.G2 R56 1984].
  • Gamalei, IU. V. One letter (ALS), in Russian 1978. Laid in Gamalei’s Razvitie khlorenkhimylista (QK746.G36 1978). From the Katherine Esau Collection. (SC 637).
  • [Gambia]. Sierra Leone and Gambia Photograph Album, 1934. 61 black and white snapshots and commercial photographs, most with captions in English, in a partially filled album. The unnamed compiler, probably British, seemingly was on a March 29 to April 18, 1934 cruise aboard the R.M.S. Atlantis, departing Southampton, with stops at Las Palmas (Canary Islands, Sierra Leone (Freetown), Gambia (Bathurst), Madeira, Lisbon, and returning to Southampton. A printed ship’s log provides further information. Early images are of passengers on board ship and views of Las Palmas. Freetown images (beginning April 7) include street and shop scenes with local inhabitants, views on the railway to Waterloo, street scenes and buildings of Waterloo, Bathurst (from April 9) inhabitants, street scenes, outdoor workshops, pier, boats, and local gardens at Cape St. Mary. The last few images are commercial, numbered photos following the same stops as the ship and may have been purchased from a ship’s photographer. (Bernath Mss 307).
  • [Gandhi, Mohandas Karamchand]. Hay [Stephen N.] Papers, ca. 1910s-1990s. Research notes relating to M. K. Gandhi, which UCSB Professor Hay used in his teaching and his writings. Included are materials relating to several trips to India, beginning in the latter 1940s. Also a small amount of personal/biographical material, drafts of writings, and UCSB course material. A collection of books, mainly on Gandhi, accompanies the papers. (UArch FacP 32).
  • [Gandhi, Mohandas Karamchand]. Stern, Elizabeth Gertrude (pen name Eleanor Norton). One letter (ALS) to Mrs. [Wefer?], one clipping, and one postcard (1953), all re Stern and her work on Mahatma Gandhi. Laid in Stern’s The Women in Gandhi’s Life (1953). (SC 546).
  • Ganoe, Elijah [Pennsylvania Infantry, 110th Regiment (Vol), Company A]. One Civil War document (AD): Clothing Account, 1863-1865. (Wyles SC 407).
  • Gant (Eleanor) New Jersey High School Scrapbook, ca. 1925-1930. Includes KKK related photos and membership cards. Also photos of African American classmates. Graduated in 1929 but a few 1930 items included. (Wyles Mss 153).
  • 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).
  • Garcia [Josė Joel] Collection. (CEMA 73).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Gardiner, George W. 5 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).
  • Gardner [David] Oral History, 1995. Interviews with the former vice chancellor of UC Santa Barbara and president of the University of California, re his Santa Barbara years. (OH 119).
  • Gardner [John] Papers, 1960s. Mainly typescript draft and printed copy of author Gardner’s autobiographical Spin the Bottle, the story of an alcoholic, as well as drafts and related material pertaining to other works. Best known for his sequels to the James Bond series (not represented in the collection). (Mss 30).
  • Garfield, James A. Autograph, n.d. (SC 123).
  • Garfield, James A. One handwritten telegraph message to John Sherman, Secretary of the Treasury, re case of a Mrs. Martha A. Walker. House of Representatives, 5 Apr. 1880. (Wyles SC 94).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • "Garret A. Hobart, Republican Candidate for Vice-President." Broadside, 1896. (Wyles SC 810).
  • Garza [Ben] Collection. (CEMA 092).
  • Gault [William Campbell] Collection, ca. 1937-1996. Published material by Santa Barbara crime and young adult fiction writer William Campbell Gault. Also, awards, correspondence, a few black and white photographs of Gault and fellow mystery writers, and mystery and sport stories mainly appearing in pulp magazines from the latter 1930s to the early 1960s. (Mss 284).
  • Gaviola [Ruel] Zine Collection, ca. 1999-2003. Hundreds of zines, mostly USA, collected by a Santa Barbara reviewer of zines. (Printers Mss 58).
  • [Gay, John]. Scrapbook relating to The Beggar’s Opera, with leaves from the 1787 printed version of the play, clippings from late 18th century London newspapers, and playbills of 1832-1833 London productions. (SC 767).
  • Gay, John (1685-1732). English writer. Holdings include a two-volume set of Poems on Several Occasions (1762) [Spec PR3473.P53 1762], The Beggar’s Opera (1791) [Spec PR3473.B4 1791b], and a two-volume set of Fables (1793) [Spec PR3473.F3 1793]. Fine press editions of Trivia, or, The Art of Walking the Streets of London (1922) by the Chiswick Press [Printers Z239.2.C36 G3], Rural Sports (1930) by William Edwin Rudge [Printers Z239.R8 G35], and Fables (1970) by the Imprint Society [Spec PR3473.F3 1970]. Also, The Beggar’s Opera is available as a 78 rpm recording, featuring Sir Michael Redgrave [PA Victor M 772].
  • Gearhart, Edna. Two Lincoln photos (copies), with accompanying letter (TL) by Jay Monaghan (1957), explaining the context in which they were taken, and one letter (ALS) from V. S. Lovell to J. H. Williamson (1892), talking about one of the photographs. (Wyles SC 854).
  • Geiger, Maynard. Uncorrected page proofs for Father Maynard Geiger’s Indians of Mission Santa Barbara… [Spec F869.S45 G3848 1960]. (SC 713).
  • Geiger [Father Maynard] Oral History, 1975. Interviews with Father Geiger re his life, history of the Franciscan order and the Santa Barbara Mission, and Father Junipero Serra. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 40).
  • Geiringer [Bernice] Papers. Personal papers of pianist and philanthropist Bernice Geiringer, second wife of musicologist Karl Geiringer. The collection contains correspondence, files related to her philanthropic activity with the Music Academy of the West, Hadassah and The Santa Barbara Music Clubs. Geiringer (then Bernice Abrahms) also studied composition with Arnold Schoenberg in the 1930s and her notebooks from these courses are also in the collection. (PA Mss 40).
  • Geiringer [Karl] Oral History. Interview with the renowned musicologist. (PA Mss 18).
  • Geiringer [Karl] Papers. Papers of Austrian musicologist and UCSB faculty member Karl Geiringer. (UArch FacP 46).
  • Gellhorn, Ernest. One letter (ALS) from Alfred and Else [Gellhorn ?]. In German. Barcelona, 14 Dec. 1964. (SC 119).
  • [Gender and Sexuality]. Alternative Press Collection. ca. 1966-1977. Mainly U.S. newspapers, with an emphasis on California, but also some foreign titles. In most cases there are only single or scattered issues, not long runs. Included are newspapers devoted to African American, anti-war, Chicano/Latino, environmental, feminist, gay/lesbian, literary/poetry, radical/conservative, and religious themes and issues. (Mss 169).
  • [Gender and Sexuality]. American Religions Collection. More than 30,000 books, as well as a large number of serials and approximately 1,000 linear feet of manuscripts mainly relating to 20th century non-traditional religions and splinter groups of larger religious bodies in North America. Includes material on issues such as abortion, birth control, church attitudes toward gay/lesbian relationships, and ordination of women.
  • [Gender and Sexuality]. 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, Abuse/Incest, Battered Kids, Evolution/Creation, Gay Clergy, Homosexual Issues, Marriage, Pornography, Sexuality, and Women’s Pastoral. (ARC Mss 2).
  • [Gender and Sexuality]. Social Protest Collection, ca. 1943-1992 [bulk dates 1965-1975]. Pamphlets, flyers, announcements, catalogs, journals and newsletters, and other printed material relating to a wide range of issues, including gay and gender issues, with sexual liberation pamphlets, radical feminist pamphlets and literature, and files on gay issues and organizations. (Mss 183).
  • [Gender and Sexuality]. 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).
  • General Court Martial Orders No. 84. Printed document: Courts martial of Private George Marston and Private Thomas Schortal. Washington, [DC], Dec. 15, 1868. (Wyles SC 1080).
  • Genns [Whitney T.] Oral History, 1971. Interview with Santa Barbara rare book dealer Genns re childhood in New Jersey-New York in 1910s, World War I, Greenwich Village in the 1920s-1930s, prohibition, jazz greats, Washington, D.C. during the New Deal, and FDR. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 41).
  • Genns [Whitney T.] Photograph Collection, ca. 1941-1978. Photographs of the Genns family and Santa Barbara bookstore. (Mss 39).
  • Genns [Whitney T.] / 7th Regiment, National Guard, S.N.Y. Collection, ca. 1878-1920s. (SC 1062).
  • [Geology and Geography]. Angola Mining Photograph Album, [ca. late 1910s-early 1920s]. 85 black/white photographs with handwritten captions in English, mainly southwest Angola, showing the arrival of the first geologists/miners/engineers by ship S.S. Mozambique at Mossamedes [now Namibe], the quay, street scene, and hunting; prospecting at Giraul, Mucungo, Lagoa da Mina, Muninho, Maiombo, Wanamandambi Camp, Pedra Grande region, Cambongue, Kune, and elsewhere, including images of camp life, buildings, geological formations, digging and mine shafts, ore [probably gold]; local population of Capanignube, Mucubaes, Maiombo, Kune. Also, views of Region Chapeu Armado [on the coast], including bay and bitumen deposits; construction of the Kune high-road; Boer wagons and cattle. (Bernath Mss 233).
  • [Geology and Geography]. Belcher, Sir Edward (1799-1877). One map, “Geological Plan of the Port of San Francisco, California,” coloured by Lieutenant E. Belcher, [Dec. 1826]. (SC 22).
  • [Geology and Geography]. 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).
  • [Geology and Geography]. Darwin / Evolution Collection. Nearly 3,000 volumes, including first, signed, and limited editions of books by Charles Darwin and others engaged in the debate on evolution and studies in related fields such as anthropology, botany, genetics, geology, heredity, natural history, population, and religion.
  • [Geology and Geography]. Map. Printed, linen backed map, entitled "Sketch Map Showing the Course of the Glaciers of Snowdon and Its Neighbourhood," by A. C. Ramsay. Laid in James David Forbes, Occasional Papers on the Theory of Glaciers…, ca. 1859. [Spec, Darwin QE76 F69]. (SC 696).
  • [Geology and Geography]. Rand [William Whitehill] Papers, ca. 1921-1968 [bulk dates 1950s-1968]. Documents, maps and some artifacts related to Rand’s career in geology, marine engineering, and the oil industry. The maps are scientific and some include offshore sounding data. Most are maps of the coast of California, particularly in Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles counties. The records of his company, Submarex, its subsidiaries, and the ships used, make up the bulk of this collection. This company, based in Santa Barbara, was heavily involved in the transformation of Santa Barbara from a relatively unknown area (geologically) to a major oil-producing region between 1947 and 1960. Also, correspondence, meeting minutes, journal articles, newspaper clippings, reports, log books, catalogs, and project files on deep-sea drilling and ocean exploration. (SBHC Mss 46).
  • [Geology and Geography]. Utah Topographical Sketchbooks, 1877, 1879, 1883. Three bound Utah topographical sketchbooks, with faint pencil drawings, by three separate topographers, 1877, 1879, 1883. The first two have labels indicating “Engineer Department, U.S. Army, Geographical Surveys West of 100th Meridian,” while the third indicates “Northern Transcontinental Survey.” These sketchbooks accompanied a larger collection of books on geology donated by Richard V. Fisher. (Wyles Mss 32).
  • [Georgia]. Bridges Family Georgia Confederate Civil War Letters, 1861-1865. (Wyles SC 973).
  • [Georgia]. 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).
  • [Georgia]. Dorchester Academy Photograph Album, ca. 1890s. Album, with 60+ b/w photos, taken by a missionary schoolteacher at the Dorchester Academy in the African American community at McIntosh, Liberty, County, Georgia, ca. 1890s. (Wyles Mss 104).
  • [Georgia]. 1st Georgia Vols. One note (ANS). Camp Barton, Virginia, 23 Sept. 1861. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • [Georgia]. 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).
  • [Georgia]. Harden Family Collection. Correspondence of a Savannah, Georgia family, much of it Civil War era, to and from Edward J. Harden and his son, William Harden, ca. 1852-1874. (Wyles SC 593).
  • [Georgia]. Powell [E. C. Daybook], 1856-1905. Bound volume, with inscription “E. C. Powell Daybook” on the cover, mainly containing lists of general store accounts, from Tennessee and Georgia, some from the latter 1860s Reconstruction period. Includes prices for supplies such as tobacco, coffee, molasses, calico, and linen. One section also includes a teacher’s diary from Georgia, ca. 1867. Little Civil War era content. (Wyles Mss 29).
  • [Georgia]. Primitive Baptist Association Annual Session Minutes, ca. 1940s-1960s. Printed annual session minutes for Primitive Baptist associations, arranged alphabetically by name of the association, located in several states including Georgia. (ARC Mss 53).
  • [Georgia]. Slave Documents Collection, ca. 1711-1878. Bills of sale, manumissions, notes and receipts for slave hire, accounts for medical service, a property tax return, an estate list, correspondence, and essays. Includes documents from Georgia. (Wyles Mss 75).
  • [Georgia]. 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).
  • Gergetek Photograph, ca. late 1800s. Black/white photo, ca. 15" x 19 1/2", panorama of the village of Gergetek, caption in Cyrillic, possible Russian/Serbian region. (SC 930).
  • Gerin, Peter [New York Dragoons, 1st Regiment, Company I]. One Civil War era document (ADS): Receipt for property of deceased soldier Gerin. Washington, D.C., 12 Jan. 1866. (Wyles SC 431).
  • [German East Africa]. 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).
  • German East Africa Photograph Album, ca. 1910. (Bernath Mss 296).
  • German East Africa Postcard Collection, ca. 1900-1920. 138 photographic postcards, most black/white but a few chromolithographic. Includes scenes from Dar es Salaam and other parts of German occupied Tanganyika (now Tanzania), prior to and during the East African campaign of World War I. (Bernath Mss 103).
  • German Family Photograph Album, ca. 1916-1924. 18 black and white snapshots, some with captions in German, several of group dancing, some World War I era with men in uniform. (SC 1073).
  • German Family Photograph Album, ca. 1940s-1960s. (Bernath Mss 341).
  • German Photo Cards. 16 b/w and 8 color, most from Album Nr. 8 "Deutschland erwacht", with printed captions on the reverse, depicting scenes of the Third Reich and Adolf Hitler, ca. 1920s-1930s. (SC 955).
  • German Soldier’s Photograph Album, 1935-1937. (Bernath Mss 207).
  • [German South West Africa]. Great War Collection, ca. 1910-1922 [bulk dates 1914-1918]. Much of the material in the collection relates to British servicemen and units, but Americans, Australians, and some Germans also are represented. Included are diaries, correspondence, documents, maps, photographs, reports, and some printed material. The approximately 2,000 photographs and picture postcards (loose and in albums and scrapbooks) include many images of France, but also other areas such as Egypt, England, German South West Africa, Iraq, and Palestine. (Bernath Mss 20).
  • German South West Africa Photograph Album, ca. 1900-1914. 48 black/white albumen prints from a disbound album, mainly of German soldiers and animal transport, Windhoek buildings, Angola mission station, Herero inhabitants, Okawayo military station, and Otjimbojo mines. (Bernath Mss 127).
  • German South West Africa Photograph Album, ca. 1915. 43 b/w snapshots, including several of the WWI British campaign in South West Africa – now Namibia. Also several of the South African Premier Diamond Mine workings, and cottages, rural scenery, and friends in what appears to be Great Britain. (SC 840).
  • German World War I Photograph Album, 1917-1918. (Bernath Mss 106).
  • German World War II Russian Front Photograph Album, ca. 1941. (Bernath Mss 190).
  • [Germany]. Automobile and Cycling Map, ca. 1910. French printed, linen backed, folding map covering Luxembourg, and parts of France, Belgium and Germany. (SC 1090).
  • [Germany]. Beddie [James S.] Papers, 1794-1975 [bulk dates 1955-1962]. Includes various State Department records, e.g. material on the German War Documents Project (post-WWII), from an American scholar and Foreign Service Officer who spent his last years in Santa Barbara. (Bernath Mss 4).
  • [Germany]. Davidson [Eugene] Collection, ca. 1917-2002. Books and papers of an historian and editor of Yale University Press, primarily relating to 20th century German history, including the Weimar Republic, Third Reich, Holocaust, Nuremberg trials, international war tribunals, and the Cold War period. (Mss 185).
  • [Germany]. 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).
  • [Germany]. Europe 1930s and WWII North Africa Photograph Album, ca. 1930s-1945. 185+ b/w photographs of a 1930s bicycle tour through Europe, including Germany (Dresden), Venice, Vienna, the Dolomites, Yugoslavia, Roumania (Bucharest), and Bulgaria (Sofia), as well as North Africa during World War II (1942-1943), including Bougie, Constantine, Tunis (victory parade), Carthage, then on to Italy (1943), and back to North Africa (1944-1945), including Egypt (Timsah, Alexandria). (Bernath Mss 31).
  • [Germany]. German Photo Cards. 16 b/w and 8 color, most from Album Nr. 8 "Deutschland erwacht", with printed captions on the reverse, depicting scenes of the Third Reich and Adolf Hitler, ca. 1920s-1930s. (SC 955).
  • [Germany]. German Soldier’s Photograph Album, 1935-1937. (Bernath Mss 207).
  • [Germany] Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von (1749-1832). German writer, artist, and statesman. Holdings include Des Epimenides Erwachen (1815) [Spec PT1915.E7], Dramatic Works of Goethe (1851) [Spec PT2026.A5 1851], Conversations with Goethe in the Last Years of His Life (1852) [Spec PT2027.C5 F8 1852], a five-volume set of his Works (1885) in English [Spec PT2026.A1 B85], a miniature edition of Faust (1907) [Spec PT1916.A1 1907], the 30-volume set Werke (1924) [Spec PT1891.C24], Handzeichnungen von Goethe (1941) [Spec PT2203.Z5 1941], and Italian Journey 1786-1788 (1962) [Printers Z232.M34 G6]. Facsimile edition of Mit Einer Hyazinthe (1971) [Spec PT1899.M5 1971]. Fine press editions of Torquato Tasso, ein Schauspiel by Ernst Rowohlt (1910) [Spec PT1961.A1 1910] and Ratio-Presse Darmstadt (1929) [Printers Z239.5.R37 G63], Die Leiden des Jungen Werther or The Sorrows of Young Werther by the Doves Press (1911) [Printers Z239.2.D65 G63 1911 vault] and Scholartis Press (1929) [Printers Z239.2.S3 G6], Faust illustrated by Henry Clarke (1925) [Spec PT2026.F2 A5 1925 and Printers Z239.2.C3 G64 1925], printed by the Heritage Club (1939) [Spec PT2026.F2 R31 1939 and Printers Z239.2.F298 G63 1939], as well as in French (1943) [Spec PT2029.F4 F24 1943], and Der Schatzgräber (1984) illustrated by Johannes Lebek [Printers Z257.G6339 1984]. Also, Faust has been turned into an opera and recorded on 78 rpm records [PA Victor M 105].
  • [Germany]. Gruenthal [Frank] Collection, ca. 1896-1920s. Diaries and photograph albums, including World War I era, from a German-Jewish ancestor of the Gruenthal family. (Bernath Mss 95).
  • [Germany]. Hathaway [Charles Montgomery Jr.] Papers, 1895-1939. Papers of an American academic and diplomat who served in the Dominican Republic, England, Ireland, Budapest, Bombay, and Germany. Includes a 1933 dispatch re a visit to Dachau Concentration Camp. (Bernath Mss 9).
  • [Germany]. Hilbert, David (1862-1943). Bound volume, holographic writing in German, entitled "Mechanik," lectures of German mathematician David Hilbert, while he was at the University of Göttingen, 1905-1906. (SC 1001).
  • [Germany]. Kriegs-Nachrichten Collection, 1870-1871. Three portfolios/scrapbooks with photographs, clippings, war reports, leaflets and political cartoons pertaining to the Franco-Prussian war of 1870-1871, as well as the Paris Commune and the Italian annexation of Rome. (Bernath Mss 123).
  • [Germany]. Lind [L.] Berlin Photograph Album, ca. 1947. 85 b/w images, no captions, mostly snapshots taken by L. Lind, a sergeant with the Swedish Red Cross. Includes views of Berlin monuments, war ruins, malnourished children, street scenes, cemeteries, destroyed tanks, and the Circus Barlay (one photo with Lind astride two horses). (Bernath Mss 320).
  • [Germany]. Nazi Germany Photograph Collection, ca. early 1940s. (Bernath Mss 169).
  • [Germany]. Nazi Stereo Cards and Viewer, ca. 1940. (Bernath Mss 132).
  • [Germany]. Nietzsche, Friedrich (1844-1900). German philosopher. Holdings include Unzeitgemässe Betrachtungen (1874) [Spec B3313.U5 1874], Nietzsche’s Werke (1899) [Spec B3312.A2 1899], Human, All Too Human (1908) in English [Spec B3313.M53 E5], Thus Spake Zarathustra (1917) in English [Spec B3313.A43 E5 1917], and The Antichrist (1930) in English [ARC B3313.A8 E5 1930]. Facsimile editions of Dionysos Dithyramben (1923) [Spec PT2440.N72 D55] and Ecce Homo (1985) [Spec B3316.A33 1985a]. Fine press editions of The Antichrist (1928) by the Fanfrolico Press [Printers Z239.2.F3 N54 1928] and Heraklit (1986) by Edition Tiessen [Printers Z257.N54 1986].
  • [Germany]. Snap [Agusta W.] Oral History. Interviews re Third Reich, Germany, World War II, and the Holocaust. (OH 111).
  • [Germany]. Stuurman [Douwe] Oral History, 1982. Recollections of life as a student at the University of Kiel, experiences in Nazi Germany and how Hitler’s programs compromised the academic integrity of the university. Also, his military assignments during World War II, which led to his discovery of the Chancellery Papers and Hitler’s personal library, and his academic career at UCSB, including his development of a course on the Bible as literature. (OH 13).
  • [Germany]. Sutro [Ottile] Berlin Diaries, 1914-1915. (Bernath Mss 125).
  • [Germany]. Type Specimens Collection, 1785-1984. Advertisements, catalogs, flyers, leaflets, and lists, mainly by U.S. companies, but also a number from Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, and the Netherlands. Includes some material from California firms such as the A. Carlisle & Co. (San Francisco), Border Printing Co. (San Francisco), California Electrotype and Stereotype Co. (Los Angeles), California Electrotyping Co. (San Francisco), University of California Press (Berkeley and Los Angeles). (Printers Mss 42).
  • [Germany]. Weimar Germany Collection, ca. 1932. Black and white picture postcards, Belvedere and Tiefurt castles and other unidentified buildings, admission tickets, and other ephemera. (SC 689).
  • [Germany]. Wittenstein [George J.] Oral History. Interviews re personal and family history, and White Rose resistance movement in Nazi Germany. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 103).
  • Gestalt Growth Center, Ltd. (Phoenix, AZ). Leaflet, 1980. (HPA SC 126).
  • Gestalt Institute of Chicago. Leaflets, 1975-1983. (HPA SC 128).
  • Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, Inc. Leaflet, 1982. (HPA SC 127).
  • Gestalt Institute of Minnesota. Leaflets, 1976-1977. (HPA SC 129).
  • Gestalt Institute of Oakbrook (IL). Leaflets, 1975-1984. (HPA SC 130).
  • Gestalt Journal. Leaflets, 1979-1989. (HPA SC 131).
  • Gestalt Training Center of San Diego. Leaflets, 1976-1981. (HPA SC 132).
  • [Get Oil Out]. Simpkins [Herbert C.] Collection, ca. 1918-2000 [bulk dates 1970s-1980s]. Items collected by Herbert C. Simpkins on a variety of subjects, including the environment, Get Oil Out [GOO] and Santa Barbara oil spill, Ku Klux Klan, Santa Barbara and UCSB flyers on contemporary social issues, and World War II. (Mss 218).
  • Get Oil Out (GOO) Collection, ca. 1969-1990. Office files (bylaws, minutes, fundraising, publications, newsletters), governmental action, legal, and subject files, mainly pertaining to efforts to contain and monitor oil industry off coast of Santa Barbara, especially in the aftermath of the 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill. (SBHC Mss 10).
  • [Gettysburg]. One printed circular: “The Cavalry Fight on the Right Flank at Gettysburg, July 3d, 1863,” soliciting funds for the Monumental Shaft, Feb. 20, 1885. (Wyles SC 1085).
  • [Gettysburg Address]. Moore, Charles. Prospectus for Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address and Second Inaugural (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1927). (Wyles SC 525).
  • Gettysburg Address. Copies. (Wyles SC 781).
  • Gettysburg Area Family Photograph Album, ca. 1910s-1940s. 180+ b/w snapshots, including some Klan parade photos. (Wyles Mss 119).
  • 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).
  • [Ghana]. 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).
  • Ghana [Kumasi] Photograph Album, 1914-1915. (SC 1084).
  • [Ghosts]. One letter (ALS) from Amanda [?], Harriet, describing the appearance of a ghost. New York, 22 Feb. 1848. (SC 661).
  • Gianetto, Jody. Report and memos, 1971. (HPA SC 44).
  • 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).
  • [Gibraltar]. 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).
  • [Gibraltar]. Bennet (Robert) Mediterranean Photograph Album, ca. early 1930s. About 200 b/w photographs, many commercial, captions in English compiled by United States Merchant Mariner Robert Bennet. Includes images of Egypt (Cairo, Pyramids, Alexandria), Lebanon (Beyrouth/Beirut), Palestine (Haifa, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem), Syria, Italy (Naples), Gibraltar, Marseille, Morocco (Casablanca), Algiers, and a bull fight in Seville. (Bernath Mss 276).
  • Gibson, Charles W. One letter (ALS) from a Civil War Union soldier, Co. H., 14th Wisconsin Volunteers, 1863. (Wyles SC 892).
  • Gibson [George M.] Collection, ca. 1948-1955. Primarily correspondence, re Gibson’s collection of Lincolniana. (Wyles SC 569).
  • Gibson, Isaac. One letter (ALS), to his friend Burnett, talking about the recent election of ‘Honest Abe’ as President, which he is not pleased about, and asking for advice on how to get to California. Olney, Illinois, 11 Nov. 1860. (Wyles SC 96).
  • 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).
  • Gilbar [Steven] Collection, ca. 1840s-1990s [bulk dates 1980s-1990s]. Research files, including correspondence, articles, clippings, and photographs pertaining to Steven Gilbar and Dean Stewart’s Tales of Santa Barbara (1994) and Literary Santa Barbara (1998). Also, related monographs and serials, which have been cataloged separately. (Mss 171).
  • Gildea [James H.] Middle East Railroad Collection, ca. 1940s-1970s [bulk dates early 1950s]. Collection of documents and photos, mainly about Gildea’s involvement in the early 1950s, as engineer and manager in charge of the construction of the Saudi Government Railway, running through the Arabian desert from the Persian Gulf to the capital city of Riyadh. The project came about as a result of a 1947 agreement between King Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud and the Arabian-American Oil Company (Aramco). The cost was financed primarily from Saudi oil revenues, with engineering and construction under the guidance of Aramco and the Bechtel Construction Company. Gildea, formerly with Union Pacific, was chosen to head the project because of his experience in World War II as an operating manager for the Iranian railroad. Gildea later lived in Santa Barbara and was married to Madame Gildea. (Bernath Mss 219).
  • Gillespie (John and Anna) research files for Notable twentieth-century pianists, 1900-1995. Research files on twentieth century pianists compiled by John and Anna Gillespie for the book Notable twentieth-century pianists: a bio-critical sourcebook (Greenwood press, 1995). Files include photocopied clippings of articles, books and concert reviews, programs, publicity materials, photographs, and correspondence. (PA Mss 68).
  • 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).
  • [Ginsberg, Allen]. 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).
  • Ginsberg [Allen] Letter. One letter (ALS), on the back of a picture postcard, from Allen Ginsberg to Cid Corman, mostly about poet W. S. Merwin, Naropa Institute, and fellow author Tom Clark, who had interviewed Ginsberg. Lake Louise [Canada], 7 May 1980. (SC 126).
  • [Ginsberg, Allen]. Orlovsky [Peter] Papers, ca. 1958-1985. (Mss 221).
  • Giorgio, Amedeo. Vita and articles, 1962-1987. (HPA SC 45).
  • Giovio, Paolo (1483-1552). Italian historian, biographer, and bishop. Holdings include Turcicarum Rerum Commentarius (1539) [Printers Z239.4 .E8 G5], Pauli Iovii Novocomensis Episcopi Nucerini Illustrium Virorum Vitæ (1551) [Spec D106 .G48 1551], La Vita di Ferrando Davalo Marchese di Pescara (1551) [Spec DG540.8 .P47 G56], Le Iscrittioni Poste Sotto le Vere Imagini de gli Huomini Famosi (1552) [Spec CT93 .G526], La Vita di Consalvo Ferrando di Cordova Detto il Gran Capitano (1552) [DP166 .F4 G52185 1552], and La Vita di Alfonso da Este Duca di Ferrara (1553) [DG975 .F423 A33].
  • Girvetz [Harry] Papers. (UArch FacP 27).
  • Gissing, George (1857-1903). English novelist. Holdings include The Emancipated (1890) [Spec PR4716.E53 1890], The Paying Guest (1895) [Spec PR4716.P3 1895], The Whirlpool (1897) [Spec PR4716.W48 1897], The Town Traveller (1898) [Spec PR4716.T6 1898], Our Friend the Charlatan (1901) [Spec PR4716.O9 1901], Veranilda (1904) [Spec PR4716.V47 1904], Will Warburton (1905) [Spec PR4716.W6 1905], and The Private Papers of Henry Ryecroft (1918) [Spec PR4716.P7 1918]. Fine press editions of The Private Papers of Henry Ryecroft (1928) by Thomas B. Mosher [Printers Z239.M64 G57 1928] and My First Rehearsal (1970) by Enitharmon Press [Spec PR4716.M9].
  • 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).
  • [Glaciers]. Alaska Photograph Album, [ca. 1890s-1900s]. 63 b/w photographs from a disbound album, most snapshots, no captions, many of the coast of Alaska, including images of settlements including Sitka, St. Michael Cathedral (Russian Orthodox church in Sitka), other churches, school for Indian girls and boys, Indian women selling crafts, cabins, fishing industry, harbors, boats, totem poles, railroad lines, men, women, and children on outings, Davidson and other glaciers, and scenic views of rivers, waterfalls, mountains, and forests. Also an image of the Mount Shasta [California?] Mineral Spring Company. (Wyles Mss 161).
  • [Glaciers]. Alaska Photograph Collection, ca. 1880s-1950s [bulk dates 1887-1920]. About 800 photographs, loose and in three albums, captions in English, including photographers Eric A. Hegg, P. S. Hunt, H. G. Kaiser, P. Edward Larss and J. E. N. Duclos, Lomen Brothers, and Miles Brothers. Subjects include: boats, children, churches, coastline, countryside, dogsleds, Eskimos (Tlingit / Haidu – portraits, daily activities, dances, hunting, schools, villages, and other), glaciers, gold mining and milling, harbors, houses, icebergs, Klondikers, mountains, parades, railroads, reindeer, rivers and river steamers, settlers and homesteads, ships and shipwrecks (incl. Thetis), school classes, skiing, totem poles, towns and villages (Anchorage, Circle City, Cordova, Dawson, Eagle City, Fairbanks, Fort Wrangell, Howkan, Juneau, Kennicott, Ketchikan, Metlakahtla, Nome, Port Simpson, St. Michael, Seward, Sitka, Treadwell, Valdez, White Horse), and winter scenes. (Wyles Mss 150).
  • [Glaciers]. "Alaska Scenery." Six b/w 4 1/2" x 6" ambrotype prints, tied together in a booklet, of Sitka harbor, Muir and Davidson glaciers, and other scenes, taken by McAlpin and Lamb Photo, ca. 1890s. (Wyles SC 629).
  • [Glaciers]. 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).
  • [Glaciers]. Map. Printed, linen backed map, entitled "Sketch Map Showing the Course of the Glaciers of Snowdon and Its Neighbourhood," by A. C. Ramsay. Laid in James David Forbes, Occasional Papers on the Theory of Glaciers…, ca. 1859. [Spec, Darwin QE76 F69]. (SC 696).
  • [Glaciers]. Schmidt (Oswin) Polar / Arctic Travel Album, 1912. 160 original photographs, some panorama shots, and chromolithographs, as well as route maps, postcards, and menus of a voyage on the S.S. Grosser Kurfürst of the Norddeutscher Lloyd Line, from Bremerhafen (Germany) to Scotland (Edinburgh), Iceland (Reykjavik and Tröllafos), Spitzbergen, King Jacob Land, and Norway (Lyngseidet, Tromsoe, Malde, Balholmen, and Bergen). Includes images of people, settlements, villages, and towns, surrounding countryside, coast, icebergs, glaciers, Laplanders and reindeer, and Norwegian whale fishery. Captions in German. (Bernath Mss 311).
  • Glaser [George F.] Papers, 1862-1903. Mainly relating to Glaser’s Civil War [Missouri State Militia] service. (Wyles SC 348).
  • Glass Lantern Slides, ca. 1900-1910. 231 glass lantern slides, a few color, firms including Chicago Projecting Co.; Detroit Photographic Co.; Levy & Ses Fils; McCormick (NY); Selig Polyscope Co.; T. H. McAllister (NY and Grt. Britain); Williams, Brown & Earle. Subjects include adobes, biblical reenactments and scenes, carriages and wagons, cattle, cowboys, horses, Martinique (Mt. Pelee eruption, 1902), Mt. Saint Helens and Ranier, Native Americans, ranches, St. Louis Exposition (1904?), Northwest scenes (Columbia River, Mt. Hood, Portland), Western scenes and inhabitants, Yellowstone, Yosemite; also scenes from abroad, including Great Britain (coronation of Edward VII, 1902), Ireland, Norway, Scotland, Turkey, Venice. (Mss 270).
  • Gledhill (Frances) Oral History, 1975. Life history of an artist, composer, poet, educator, writer, and reformer. Subjects covered include New York City, Columbia University, Shipping Board, and women’s suffrage. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 42).
  • Glendale [CA] Humanistic Psychological Center. Flyer, 1987. (HPA SC 46).
  • Glick [Milton] Oral History, 1971. Interviews about printing, with a former printer associated with the William Edwin Rudge firm and Viking Press. (OH 43).
  • Goddard, John. One document (ADS) re a legal case involving Philadelphia merchant, John Goddard, and other parties, ca. 1814. (SC 412).
  • Godey’s Engravings, 1842-1858. Five engravings (three hand colored), mainly of women’s dress, probably from Godey’s Lady’s Book. (SC 805).
  • Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von (1749-1832). German writer, artist, and statesman. Holdings include Des Epimenides Erwachen (1815) [Spec PT1915.E7], Dramatic Works of Goethe (1851) [Spec PT2026.A5 1851], Conversations with Goethe in the Last Years of His Life (1852) [Spec PT2027.C5 F8 1852], a five-volume set of his Works (1885) in English [Spec PT2026.A1 B85], a miniature edition of Faust (1907) [Spec PT1916.A1 1907], the 30-volume set Werke (1924) [Spec PT1891.C24], Handzeichnungen von Goethe (1941) [Spec PT2203.Z5 1941], and Italian Journey 1786-1788 (1962) [Printers Z232.M34 G6]. Facsimile edition of Mit Einer Hyazinthe (1971) [Spec PT1899.M5 1971]. Fine press editions of Torquato Tasso, ein Schauspiel by Ernst Rowohlt (1910) [Spec PT1961.A1 1910] and Ratio-Presse Darmstadt (1929) [Printers Z239.5.R37 G63], Die Leiden des Jungen Werther or The Sorrows of Young Werther by the Doves Press (1911) [Printers Z239.2.D65 G63 1911 vault] and Scholartis Press (1929) [Printers Z239.2.S3 G6], Faust illustrated by Henry Clarke (1925) [Spec PT2026.F2 A5 1925 and Printers Z239.2.C3 G64 1925], printed by the Heritage Club (1939) [Spec PT2026.F2 R31 1939 and Printers Z239.2.F298 G63 1939], as well as in French (1943) [Spec PT2029.F4 F24 1943], and Der Schatzgräber (1984) illustrated by Johannes Lebek [Printers Z257.G6339 1984]. Also, Faust has been turned into an opera and recorded on 78 rpm records [PA Victor M 105].
  • Goings / Hauser Family Papers, ca. 1900-1980 [bulk dates 1910s-1950s]. Large number of photographs (2700+) and related documentation pertaining to the Native American Goings and Hauser families who mainly lived in South Dakota, Oregon, and Washington. Most of the collection was assembled by Jeanette (Nettie) Goings [1905-?], a Sioux/Lakota, who married Emil Wauseka Hauser [1915-?], a Cheyenne, in 1948, and who was a home economics teacher at various Indian schools. (Wyles Mss 126).
  • Golden Voices [Radio Program] Tapes. (PA Mss 29).
  • Goldman (Shifra) Papers, ca. 1960s-2000s. Papers of a Latin American art and social art historian including materials used for her research, writing and teaching. Her extensive slide collection includes many genres as well as Latin American, Mexican, Latino and Chicano Art. (CEMA 119).
  • Goldshlak (Leon A.) Gilbert & Sullivan Collection. Extensive collection of books, recordings and memorabilia related to Gilbert & Sullivan. (PA Mss 51).
  • Goldsmith, Oliver (1728-1774). Irish writer. Holdings include The Vicar of Wakefield (1766) [Spec PR3490.A1 1766], The Roman History (1769) [Spec PR3487.R65 1769], his four-volume set The History of England (1771) [Spec DA32.G58 1771], The Grecian History (1774) [Spec PR3487.G64 1774], She Stoops to Conquer (1791) [Spec PR3488.A1 1791], the four-volume set The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith (1806) [Spec PR3482.J64 1806], also part of the "Books Lincoln Read" collection (1830) [Wyles E457.21.L5 G6], the three-volume set A History of the Earth & Animated Nature (1828) [Spec PR3487.H57 1828], and The Bee & Other Essays (1903) [Spec PR3485.B4 1903]. Fine press editions of Poems of Goldsmith (1795) by the Shakespeare Printing Office [Printers Z239.2.S5 G6], The Mystery Revealed (1928) by the Georgian Press [Printers Z239.G4 G6], She Stoops to Conquer (1964) by the Heritage Press [Spec PR3488.A2 K7 1964], and The Vicar of Wakefield (1971) by the Folio Society [Spec PR3490.A1 1973].
  • [Goleta]. Climatic Information, Goleta, California, 1972. Day by day ground temperature readings, highs and lows. (SC 802).
  • [Goleta]. 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).
  • [Goleta]. 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. Organizational and subject files include material on Goleta. (SBHC Mss 1).
  • [Goleta]. Eissler (Fred) Collection, ca. 1966-1975. Files relating to the Santa Barbara Airport, Crosstown Freeway, and Goleta Slough/Goleta Valley Flood Control Project. (SBHC Mss 15).
  • [Goleta]. League of Women Voters Collection, ca. 1970s-1990s. Primarily research files of the organization, relating to issues such as the oil industry, LAFCO and Goleta annexation. (SBHC Mss 2).
  • [Goleta]. Local History Files, ca. 1970-1999 [bulk dates 1970-1987]. Vertical files, arranged alphabetically by topic and consisting primarily of newsclippings, along with other printed materials such as reports, newsletters, pamphlets, and flyers. A substantial proportion of the collection relates to events in Isla Vista (the student community adjacent to UCSB) in the 1970s. Also includes files on Goleta history and organizations. (SBHC Mss 44).
  • [Goleta]. Old Town Goleta Oral History Project, 2000. Interviews with: Fermina Murray – Architectural Review; Cathy Jo -The Pagliotti Family: An Italian American Story; Raphael Trancoso: Ranch Foreman and Pioneer Merchant; Al Jaramillo: Life on the Bishop Ranch; Gil Garcia: Life in Old Town Goleta; Joe Kunze: Pioneer German Merchant; Ernestine Ygnacio De Soto. (OH 73).
  • [Goleta]. Ruhge [Justin] Collection, ca. 1970s-2001. Primarily research files relating to Santa Barbara and Goleta history. (SBHC Mss 27).
  • [Goleta]. Santa Barbara Area Newpapers, ca. 1887-1992. Single issues or short broken runs of newspapers from the local area, including Carpinteria, Goleta, Isla Vista, Santa Ynez Valley, Montecito, and Santa Barbara. Newspapers with substantial runs have been cataloged separately. (SBHC Mss 50).
  • [Goleta]. Scott-McIntosh Petroleum, Incorporated Collection, ca. 1928-1930. Correspondence, notes, reports and aerial photographs re Elwood Oil Field [Santa Barbara, CA], including images of Coal Oil Point and Goleta Point (now USCB). (SC 532).
  • [Goleta]. Shewzyk (Patricia) Papers, ca. 1975-1985 [bulk dates 1981-1985]. Mainly Goleta Water District Board of Directors’ meeting packets, and some related files, including records of various committees, from Shewzyk, President and Director of the Goleta Water District. (SBHC Mss 4).
  • [Goleta]. Tompkins [Walker A.] Collection, ca. 1849-1980s. Mainly Tompkins’ writings (local/regional history and historical fiction) and related research files, but also some historical manuscripts donated by others. Much of the subject matter relates to the Santa Barbara and Goleta areas. Includes large number of historical photographs and audiotapes of his radio program as well. (SBHC Mss 19).
  • [Goleta]. UCSB, Department of History, Public Historical Studies Program Records, 1955-1995 [bulk dates 1977-1994]. Contains research and publication files for projects such as the Painted Cave fire study, Santa Barbara County vintners project, and Santa Barbara district attorney history project, as well as correspondence, conference and lecture files, and other documents. (UArch 41).
  • [Goleta]. UCSB, History and Antecedents Collection, 1880-2004. Collection brings together materials from multiple sources on the growth of the university from a small normal school at the turn of the 19th century to the large state university it is today. The collection is arranged generally chronologically and by subjects such as predecessor institutions, important figures in UCSB history, previous campuses, events, etc. (UArch 100).
  • [Goleta]. UCSB, Office of Public Information Subject Files, ca. 1941-1993. Includes files on academic planning, Academic Senate, Arts & Lectures events, Associated Students, Bakke case, buildings, Chancellor's events and activities, Charter Day, colleges, Commencement, convocations, departments, development, Drama Series, enrollment, faculty, financial aid, history (UCSB, Goleta, and Santa Barbara), honors and awards, issues, Lecture Series, Music Series, propositions, radio and television, Regents, residence halls, statewide issues, student affairs, University Day, University Edition, and university relations. (UArch 12).
  • Goleta Chamber of Commerce Collection, ca. 1943-1994. Papers, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, and photographs pertaining to the Goleta Chamber of Commerce. (SBHC Mss 26).
  • Goleta Depot Prints, ca. 1980s. One color and two black and white prints of the Southern Pacific Railroad depot in Goleta, California. (SC 1031).
  • Gonzales, R. P. F. Jose M. One document (ADS), in Spanish, re a marriage. Santa Barbara, 28 April 1852. (SC 127).
  • Gonzalez (Luis C.) Papers. Works of art on paper by the Sacramento, California based Chicano artist, also known as Louie-the-foot). (CEMA 74).
  • Gonzalez (Maya) Papers. Slides of art work and biographical ephemera of acclaimed San Francisco-based Chicana painter and children’s book illustrator. (CEMA 103).
  • Goodall [Robert] – Taliesin Photograph Collection, ca. 1933-? (Mss 222).
  • 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).
  • Goodier (Brian G.) India and Burma Collection, 1942-1947. The collection was assembled by a Maj. B. G. Goodier, B. Sc (Tech), Royal Engineers and includes correspondence and photographs relating to his World War II and post war experiences in South Africa, India, and Burma, particularly relating to road building, and airfield construction. Locations include Durban, East Kirkee, Poona, Lahore, Madras, Bombay, and Rangoon. (Bernath Mss 93).
  • Goodwin [Albert?] Maritime Journal and Poetry Anthology, 1847-1851. Includes entries for voyage from China to NYC in 1851. (SC 895).
  • Gor, Regina. Typescript draft of novel, "Down to Earth," by blind author, 1975. (SC 128).
  • Gordon, George W. One letter (TLS) to Gen. V. Y. Cook, 17 May 1910. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Gospodicni Wilsonovi. One bound volume, with numerous signatures by Slovene women, asking Woodrow Wilson’s daughter [Eleanor Wilson McAdoo?] to influence her father to help Slovenes they say are suffering under Italian rule. Ljubljana, Marca, [Slovenia], 1919. (SC 659).
  • [Gould, Samuel]. 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).
  • Gourinsky [Anthony H.] Panama Canal Zone Photograph Album, ca. 1935-1937. (Bernath Mss 303).
  • [Government and Politics]. British Liberal and Labour Party Posters, [ca. 1964]. Seven Liberal Party posters, with images of party leader Joseph Grimond, and three Labour Party posters, with images of party leader Harold Wilson. (SC 993).
  • [Government and Politics]. 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, immigration, international relations, law and order, the media, race and ethnicity, and religion.
  • [Government and Politics]. 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).
  • [Government and Politics]. Chinese American Democratic Club (CADC) Archives. 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).
  • [Government and Politics]. Channel Counties Libertarian. Four issues of the Camarillo, California newsletter, 1978-1979. (SC 710).
  • [Government and Politics]. Chinese American Democratic Club (CADC) Archives. 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).
  • [Government and Politics]. 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).
  • [Government and Politics]. 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).
  • [Government and Politics]. Democratic National Convention, 1920. Guest Pass, Seventh Session, with engraved portrait of Woodrow Wilson. San Francisco, 28 June 1920. (SC 748).
  • [Government and Politics]. Electoral Tickets. Two local Republican tickets and one national electoral ticket for Grant and Colfax, ca. late 1860s-early 1870s. (Wyles SC 890).
  • [Government and Politics]. Electoral Tickets. Two National Union tickets for Abraham Lincoln / Andrew Johnson and one Democratic ticket for George B. McClellan / George H. Pendleton. Also one clipping of Civil War era poems. (Wyles SC 906).
  • [Government and Politics]. Fromm, Erich. Carbon typescript re the Socialist Party - Social Democratic Federation of Ohio and Fromm’s socialist manifesto, as delineated in his Let Man Prevail, ca. 1961. (SC 414).
  • [Government and Politics]. "Garret A. Hobart, Republican Candidate for Vice-President." Broadside, 1896. (Wyles SC 810).
  • [Government and Politics]. 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).
  • [Government and Politics]. Hart [Gary K.] Papers. Legislative bill and subject files, mainly 1970s-1980s, for a California legislator representing the Santa Barbara area, including topics such as abortion, agriculture, air pollution, alcohol, automobiles, drugs, energy, environment, fish and game, flood control, gasoline shortage and pricing, land use, nuclear power plants, oil, pollution, public utilities, recycling, sewage, smoking, space program – California, sterilization, transportation, and water. (Mss 41).
  • [Government and Politics]. [Presidential Election]. One printed pamphlet, "Who’s Going to Win? Statistics for the Presidential Campaign, 1888." Waterbury Watch Co., 1888. (SC 739).
  • [Government and Politics]. Rains [Omer L.] Papers. Legislative bill and subject files, mainly 1970s-early 1980s, for a California legislator representing the Santa Barbara area, including topics such as environment and energy, health and social problems, labor/industry, oil, public utilities, and transportation/motor vehicles. (Mss 102).
  • [Government and Politics]. Republican Congressional Committee. One printed document [incomplete], "Investigation of Public Printing," the minority view submitted by Mr. King, Chairman of the Subcommittee charging, among other things, that “moneys drawn from the public treasury under color of law, ostensibly to pay for executive printing and binding, have been disposed of for personal and party purposes, by arrangements made upon consultations in which the highest public functionaries in the administration of the government have participated…” Submitted, May 31, 1860. (Wyles SC 86).
  • [Government and Politics]. Santa Barbara Libertarian Party. Eleven issues of the Santa Barbara Libertarian newsletter, 1975-1976. (SC 711).
  • [Government and Politics]. Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) Collection, ca. 1965-1966. One letter (TLS), flyers, and newspaper from the Santa Barbara Friends of SNCC. Letter on stationery with list of Faculty Friends of Civil Rights, including E. Noble, W. Frost, H. Steinhauer, H. Girvetz, and R. Michaelsen. (SC 709).
  • [Government and Politics]. 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).
  • [Government and Politics]. Vasconcellos [John] Papers, ca. 1946-2005. Biographical information, bills, and other material relating to subjects such as AIDS, health, medical marijuana, self esteem, and Silicon Valley, for a California legislator representing the San Jose area. (HPA Mss 47).
  • Graham (Grace) and Katherine R. Spencer Jamaica and Africa Photograph Album, 1922, 1930. (Bernath Mss 265).
  • [Grand Army of the Republic]. G.A.R. broadside, “Program of State G.A.R. Encampment, McMinnville, Oregon, June 20-23, 1899.” (Wyles SC 753).
  • [Grand Army of the Republic]. George H. Thomas Post No. 2. Two printed programs: Anniversary Birthday Banquet, 1900, and Annual Memorial Services, 1902. (Wyles SC 883).
  • Grand Army of the Republic. Invitation to the 20th National Encampment, San Francisco, CA, 1886. (Wyles SC 482).
  • Grand Army of the Republic (GAR), Starr Post No. 52 Scrapbook, ca. 1883-1941. "Souvenir 1907 Encampment – Santa Barbara 40th Dept. Encampment of California and Nevada GAR, Santa Barbara, California, April 1907," primarily containing photographs and biographical forms, along with clippings and engravings, some material before and after the encampment. (Wyles Mss 4).
  • [Grand Canyon]. 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).
  • Grant Album, ca. 1885. Souvenir album, with images from various key points in the life of Ulysses S. Grant’s life. (Wyles SC 888).
  • 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).
  • [Grant, Ulysses S.]. Electoral Tickets. Two local Republican tickets and one national electoral ticket for Grant and Colfax, ca. late 1860s-early 1870s. (Wyles SC 890).
  • [Grant, Ulysses S.]. Grant Album, ca. 1885. Souvenir album, with images from various key points in the life of Ulysses S. Grant’s life. (Wyles SC 888).
  • [Grant, Ulysses S.]. "In Memoriam: Official Programme and Line of March." Printed program, re General Grant’s funeral cortege, New York, 1885. (Wyles SC 737).
  • [Grant, Ulysses S.]. Lincoln and Grant Glass Slide Collection, ca. early 1900s. 33 glass slides pertaining to Abraham Lincoln (mainly Lincoln sites and illustrations of Lincoln throughout his life) and 13 glass slides of Ulysses S. Grant (illustrations of Civil War period and later). Slides are color and black/white. Companies include: A. D. Handy (Boston), Pacific Stereopticon Co. (Los Angeles), and W. H. Drew Co. (Boston). (Wyles Mss 167).
  • 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).
  • Grant, Ulysses S. One document (ADS): Pardon for John Higgs (alias John Hasson), signed by Grant as President, and by Secretary of State Hamilton Fish. Washington, D.C., 13 Dec. 1873. (Wyles SC 675).
  • Grant, Ulysses S. One letter (ALS) to David [Millikin ?] re Union League Club invitation. New York City, 29 Jan. 1883. (Wyles SC 100).
  • Grant, Ulysses S. One letter (AL) to Frederick P. Stanton re appointment to see the President, signed by his private secretary. Washington, D.C., 1 Mar. 1882. (Wyles SC 101).
  • Grant, Ulysses S. Portrait, with attached autograph. (Wyles SC 780).
  • Grant, Ulysses S. Portraits and other scenes with Grant in them. (Wyles SC 654).
  • Grant, Ulysses S. Two notes: an invitation, 1865, and a scrap of paper signed by Grant shortly before his death, 1885. (Wyles SC 102).
  • Grant [Ulysses S.] Document. Pardon, signed by Grant as President, and by Secretary of State Hamilton Fish. Washington, D.C., 13 Dec. 1873. (Wyles SC 675).
  • Graves, Charles L[arcom] (1856-1944). One letter (ALS), to Mr. [?] Payn re his book [The Hawarden Horace?]. London, 2 Feb. 1895. (SC 120).
  • Graves, J. A. One letter (TLS) to Dawson’s Book Shop of Los Angeles, re Los Angeles Times delay in publishing his book, [My Seventy Years in California]. Los Angeles, Oct. 19, 1927. (SC 417).
  • Gray, Andrew Belcher. Photocopy of a 40-page handwritten manuscript, “A Cruise in the Gulf of Mexico by an Ex-salt of the Texas Navy,” Jan. 1856. (Wyles SC 103).
  • 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).
  • Gray, George J. One [wedding?] photograph postcard of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Gray, 21 July 1921. Laid in Gray’s John Siberch: The First Cambridge Printer, 1521-1522 [Printers Z232.S56 G73 1921]. (SC 580).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Gray, Thomas (1716-1771). English poet. Holdings include Odes (1757) [Spec PR3502.O5 1757 vault]; Designs by Mr. R. Bentley for Six Poems by Mr. T. Gray (1766) [Spec PR3500.A1 1766]; The Bard (1775) [Spec PR3502.B3 1775]; the four-volume set The Poems of Mr. Gray (1778) [Spec PR3500.A1 1778]; and multiple editions of Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard, one (1839) with parallel text in Greek, Latin, German, Italian, and French [Spec PR3502.E5 1839], as well as another edition (1850) as part of the "Books Lincoln Read" collection [Wyles E457.21.L51 G7]. Also a two-volume facsimile of the 1751 edition of An Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard (1925) [Printers Z239.N3 G73 1925]. Fine press editions of The Poetical Works of Thomas Gray (1787) by the Foulis Press [Spec PR3500.A1 1787], Poems and Letters (1863) by the Chiswick Press [Spec PR3502.P6 1863], Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College, 1747 (1924) by Clarendon Press [Printers Z239.2.C4 G7], Ode on the Pleasure Arising from Vicissitude (1933) by John Henry Nash [Spec PR3502.O6 1774a], Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard (1965) by Three Kings Press [Printers Z239.5.T47 G73 1965], and A Couplet on Birds (1974) with illustrations by Thomas Bewick [Printers Z239.B55 G73 1974].
  • [Great Britain]. A Declaration of His Highness the Lord Protector inviting the people of England and Wales, to a day of solemn fasting and humiliation. London, 1653. [Gt. Brit. Sovereigns, etc. 1649-1658 (Oliver Cromwell)]. Printed by Henry Hills and William du-Gard. Wing C-7077. (SC 983).
  • [Great Britain]. Glass Lantern Slides, ca. 1900-1910. 231 glass lantern slides, a few color, firms including Chicago Projecting Co.; Detroit Photographic Co.; Levy & Ses Fils; McCormick (NY); Selig Polyscope Co.; T. H. McAllister (NY and Grt. Britain); Williams, Brown & Earle. Subjects include adobes, biblical reenactments and scenes, carriages and wagons, cattle, cowboys, horses, Martinique (Mt. Pelee eruption, 1902), Mt. Saint Helens and Ranier, Native Americans, ranches, St. Louis Exposition (1904?), Northwest scenes (Columbia River, Mt. Hood, Portland), Western scenes and inhabitants, Yellowstone, Yosemite; also scenes from abroad, including Great Britain (coronation of Edward VII, 1902), Ireland, Norway, Scotland, Turkey, Venice. (Mss 270).
  • [Great Britain]. Great War Collection, ca. 1910-1922 [bulk dates 1914-1918]. Much of the material in the collection relates to British servicemen and units, but Americans, Australians, and some Germans also are represented. Included are diaries, correspondence, documents, maps, photographs, reports, and some printed material. The approximately 2,000 photographs and picture postcards (loose and in albums and scrapbooks) include many images of France, but also other areas such as Egypt, England, German South West Africa, Iraq, and Palestine. (Bernath Mss 20).
  • [Great Britain]. Noble, Thomas. An Ode. Set to music by Mr. Gover. Commemoration of the enactment of Parliamentary reform, Derby, August 7, 1832. (Printed during the Procession). (SC 986).
  • [Great Britain]. Plowden [Elizabeth] Diaries, 1827-1863. 19 diaries, with handwritten entries in bound volumes that also include printed information. 1827, for example, is Thomas’s Register (London), with lists of government offices, tax rates, and other reference material relating to Great Britain. (Mss 97).
  • Great Britain. House of Commons. Fragment of a document to George III re distemper among horned cattle, 15 January 1745. (SC 420).
  • Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords. Orders of the House of Lords, ca. 1717. Leatherbound volume, handwritten copy of Orders of the House of Lords, nos. 1-105, 1660-1717. (Mss 180).
  • Great War Collection, ca. 1910-1922 [bulk dates 1914-1918]. Much of the material in the collection relates to British servicemen and units, but Americans, Australians, and some Germans also are represented. Included are diaries, correspondence, documents, maps, photographs, reports, and some printed material. The approximately 2,000 photographs and picture postcards (loose and in albums and scrapbooks) include many images of France, but also other areas such as Egypt, England, German South West Africa, Iraq, and Palestine. (Bernath Mss 20).
  • Great Western Type Foundry. One printed advertisement, with engraving, re the Improved Chicago Stop Cylinder. Kansas City, ca. 1885. Laid in Great Western Type Foundry, Pony Specimen Book and Price List [Printers Z250.G784 1885]. (SC 592).
  • Great White Fleet Stereographs, 1908. 35 stereographs by Australian photographer George Rose, of the 1908 visit of the Great White Fleet to Australia, together with a portable stereograph viewer. (Bernath Mss 126).
  • [Greece]. Daneau, Lambert. Selva d’Aforismi Politici, ca. late 1500s. Vellum-bound volume, collection of political aphorisms taken from Greek and Latin historians, handwritten in Italian by Lambert Daneau (ca. 1530-1595), professor of theology. (Mss 193).
  • [Greece]. Dumas [Nicholas] Oral History, 2000-2001. Interviews with a Greek immigrant who settled in Santa Barbara. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 8).
  • [Greece]. 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).
  • Greeley, Horace. One letter (ALS) to W. W. Corbett of the New-York Tribune, declining offer to write for him. New York, 1 July 1887. (Wyles SC 395).
  • Green, Fred Pratt (1903-2000). One letter (TLS) from British Methodist minister, hymnwriter, and poet Fred Pratt Green re his recent poetry, to Tom [T.S. Eliot?]. Muncaster, York, Oct. 16, 1963. Laid in Green’s The Skating Parson (1963). (SC 550).
  • Greening, Thomas. Articles, lists and index; correspondence to and from Carl Rogers re Journal of Humanistic Psychology; correspondence to and from Bertha Maslow re Abe Maslow article in Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 1971-1982. (HPA SC 47).
  • 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).
  • Grenander, M. E. Articles, book reviews, and Institute for Humanistic Studies flyer and newsletters, 1975-1988. (HPA SC 125).
  • Grenfell [Wilfred] Labrador, Newfoundland Photograph Collection, ca. 1908-1909. Includes numerous photos of Eskimo population, sled dogs, deer as pack animals. (Wyles Mss 140).
  • 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).
  • Grey, Zane. One b/w print of Zane Grey and J. A. Wiborn on the beach, together with copies of three clippings re his trip to New Zealand, Australia and Tahiti, ca. 1930. Laid in Grey’s Tales of Tahitian Waters (New York, 1931). (SC 542).
  • Grey (Zane) Travel Photograph Album, 1923. 629 b/w photographs in an album inscribed by Zane Grey to his secretary Mildred Smith, noting “This is a photographic record of our wanderings from May until Nov. 1923….” Includes Southwestern scenes, Pacific Northwest hunting, and deep-sea fishing scenes. (Wyles Mss 120).
  • Grieder, Ted. Three letters (ALS) to Don Fitch, UCSB librarian, re his poetry and other matters, 1989. (SC 129).
  • Griggs and Hanford Families. Photographs, deeds and other legal documents re Griggs and Hanford families some pertaining to Santa Barbara, CA and residence at 905 E. Haley St., ca. 1870s-1921. Santa Barbara photographers include Hayward & Muzzall, M. A. Rees, and Sturtevant. (SC 469).
  • Grof, Stanislav. Correspondence and leaflets, 1967-1987. (HPA SC 48).
  • Grosz, George. Two printed drawings by German artist, one b/w entitled "Two Nudes" and another color, of boats and New York skyline. Also a b/w greeting card, with printed drawing of boats and New York skyline, n.d. (SC 705).
  • Grotius, Hugo (1583-1645). [Latin form of Huig de Groot.] Dutch philosopher and theologian. Holdings include Mari Libero (1633) [Spec JX4423.G69 1633a], Annales et Historiæ de Rebus Belgicis (1658) [Spec DH196.G7 1658], Rights of War and Peace (1682) in English [Spec JX2093.E5 1682], two volumes of Le Droit de la Guerre et de la Paix (1687) in French [Spec JX2093.F5 1687], and The Truth of the Christian Religion (1793) in English [Spec BT1100.G74 1793]. Also four of his theological essays in Latin are collected in a single untitled volume (1640) [Spec BS2635.G7].
  • Grove [Roger] Papers, 1966-1977. Materials relating to the career of UCSB Music faculty member Roger Grove (1938-1977), including letters, reviews, and programs for solo, duo, and ensemble (mainly Fine Arts Trio) performances, as well as printed copies of compositions by Grove for piano students. (UArch FacP 30).
  • Gruenthal [Frank] Collection, ca. 1896-1920s. Diaries and photograph albums, including World War I era, from a German-Jewish ancestor of the Gruenthal family. (Bernath Mss 95).
  • [Guam]. Matthews [Verner Randolph] World War II Photograph Album, 1945. Album of an African American World War II soldier from New York City, Corporal Verner R. Matthews, Company A, 1863d Engineer Aviation. 33 b/w photos, most with captions, of Matthews and fellow soldiers on Guam, relaxing off duty, playing baseball; also several photos of Honolulu and Hawaiian women, and some apparently of family and friends back home. (Bernath Mss 36).
  • [Guam]. Saipan, Philippines, and Guam Photograph Album, 1946-1950. (Bernath Mss 298).
  • [Guam]. Shepherd [Alfred James] Papers, ca. 1930s-1950s. Includes material relating to Taiwan, Japan, and Guam. (Bernath Mss 251).
  • [Guantanamo Bay]. 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).
  • [Guantanamo Bay]. Whitman [Ralph] Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Papers, 1904-1913. (Bernath Mss 300).
  • 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).
  • [Guatemala]. 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).
  • [Guatemala]. Jenkins (Sheridan) Guatemala Coffee Plantation Correspondence, 1912-1922. (Wyles SC 1056).
  • [Guatemala]. 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).
  • [Guatemala]. 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).
  • [Guatemala]. 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).
  • Guerrero [Dan] Collection on Latino Entertainment and the Arts. Materials relating to and collected by Dan Guerrero, Chicano producer, actor, and writer. (CEMA 78).
  • 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).
  • Guerrero [Mark] Collection. Materials relating to Chicano musician Mark Guerrero. (CEMA 86).
  • Guevara, Antonio de (c.1480-1545). Spanish writer and priest. Holdings include La Institutione del Prencipe Christiano (1565) [Spec JC393.B3 G815 1565], Les Epistres Dorées, et Discours Salutaires (1585) [Spec PQ6398.G8 A4 1585], L’Horloge des Princes (1588) [Spec JC393.B3 G814], Libro Aureo del Gran Emperador Marco Aurelio (1658) [Spec JC393.B3 G8], and Spanish Letters: Historical, Satyrical, and Moral (1697) [Spec PQ6398.G8 A44 1697]; fine press edition of The Praise and Happiness of the Countrie-Life (1938) by the Gregynog Press [Printers Z239.2.G7 G8].
  • Gulick, Sidney Lewis. One letter (TLS) to Dr. Edwin Beer, requesting response to issue of promoting friendship between America and the Orient. New York, 19 Mar. 1914. Laid in Gulick’s The American Japanese Problem (1914). (Wyles SC 540).
  • [Gump, Andy]. Two Christmas cards by cartoonist Andy Gump, ca. 1920s. Laid in Sidney Smith’s Andy Gump: His Life Story [Spec, Sweet PN6728.G8 S58 1924]. (SC 749).
  • The Gutenberg Bible (c. 1455). The first book produced in Europe by means of moveable-type mechanical printing, named after the inventor of the printing press, Johann Gutenberg of Mainz. Holdings include A Noble Fragment, Being a Leaf of the Gutenberg Bible, 1450-1455 (1921) [Printers Z241.B58 1921 vault] and A Leaf from the Gutenberg Bible (1953) [Printers Z240.A1 G8 vault]; fine press edition of The 500th Anniversary Pictorial Census of the Gutenberg Bible (1961) by the Coverdale Press [Printers Z241.G8 N6 vault]. The Printers Collection holds nearly 100 books on Gutenberg and the origins of printing, among them Vindiciæ Typographicæ (1760) by Johann Daniel Schoepflin [Printers Z126.S36], Origines Typographicæ (1765) by Gerard Meerman [Printers Z126.3.M49 1765], Jean Guttemberg, Inventor of Printing (1926) a limited edition translation of André Thevet’s 16th century essay [Printers Z126.T5 1926], Gutenberg and the Invention of Printing (1938) by Laurence E. Tomlinson [Printers Z126.T65], Johann Gutenberg and His Bible (1988) by Janet Thompson Ing [Printers Z241.B58 I54 1988], and Martin Davies’ The Gutenberg Bible (1996) published by the British Library [Printers Z241.B58 D38 1996].
  • Gutenberg Bible Leaves - Facsimiles. Three leaves, various dates and printers. (SC 935).
  • Guthrie, James Joshua. One letter (ALS) on Pear Tree Press stationery, to [S. Winard], re publishing concerns, [1929]. Laid in Miles Tomalin, Fool’s Luck, Ten Poems. (SC 557).
  • Guthrie [James Joshua] – Pear Tree Press Correspondence, 1931-1934. Nine letters (ALS), most to friend P. J. [?] re printing and personal matters. (SC 131).
  • Guthrie (James) – Pear Tree Press Collection, ca. 1901-1952, 1971. Bibliographical and biographical information, correspondence, publications and other material relating to artist/printer Guthrie and his Pear Tree Press, located in Sussex, England. (Printers Mss 11).
  • Gutman [Jeremiah] Papers. Attorney’s case files regarding lawsuits brought to court on behalf of the Unification Church and the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON). (ARC Mss 30).
  • [Guyana]. British Guiana Photograph Collection, ca. 1940s. (SC 947).
  • [Guyana]. British Guyana Photograph Album, ca. 1910. 12 b/w albumen prints, with captions, mounted in a small album. Includes image of the photographer, J. A. Teixeria, and views of New Amsterdam and Georgetown. Accompanied by an Oct. 1939 issue of Geographical Review, containing an article, “An Investigation of the Prospect for White Settlement in British Guyana.” (SC 897).
  • 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).

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  • Hadden [Jeffrey] Papers, 1958-2000 [bulk dates 1977-2000]. Files (correspondence, financial and tax records, clippings, notes, website printouts, brochures, newsletters, mailings and other promotional literature) relating to various religious groups and leaders, mainly televangelists such Jim Bakker (PTL), Jerry Falwell, and Pat Robertson, assembled by Hadden, a professor of sociology at the University of Virginia, expert on New Religious Movements, and author/editor of numerous works, often focusing on televangelism in America. Accompanied by a related collection of books that have been cataloged separately. (ARC Mss 24).
  • Hagedorn, Hermann (1882-1964). One letter (TLS) to John A. Kouwenhoven, re work of the Roosevelt Memorial Association, Inc., 1921; one letter (TLS) from Hagedorn to newspaper columnist Manchester Boddy, and one carbon copy response, re concept of progress and Hagedorn’s poetry, and 1 accompanying column of Boddy’s, praising Hagedorn as one of the great poets of southern California, 1940. (SC 135).
  • 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).
  • Hahn [Harley] Collection, ca. 1986-2002. Copies of publications by Santa Barbara author Hahn, on the internet, computer programming, and related subjects. (Mss 186).
  • Haig, [Sir Douglas?]. One note (ANS) to unknown recipient, discussing when he will be in Edinburgh. Edinburgh, [Scotland], 26 Aug. 1923. (SC 421).
  • Haigh, Gerard. Articles and correspondence, ca. 1948-1985. (HPA SC 49).
  • Haight-Ashbury Collection, ca. 1967. Mainly handbills and broadsides advertising the cultural and political activities and perspectives of the hippie movement in and around Haight-Ashbury in the latter 1960s. (Mss 42).
  • Hainan Photograph Album, ca. 1911. (Wyles Mss 115).
  • Haines, Helen E. (1872-1961). One letter (TLS) from American editor, bibliographer, and library educator, Helen E. Haines, to Dr. Sweet, re his analysis of Mourning Becomes Electra. Pasadena, Jan. 15, 1932. Laid in Eugene O’Neill, Mourning Becomes Electra (New York: H. Liveright, Inc., 1931). (SC 571).
  • “Hair” Poster, 1969. Color poster of the rock musical “Hair,” with cast photo and lyrics, printed by Theater Publications Division of Pisani Printing Company, for Berkeley Co-op, in Cooperation with ACT, San Francisco California. (SC 1030).
  • [Haiti]. 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. (Bernath Mss 40).
  • [Haiti]. 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).
  • [Haiti]. One French military document (ADS), count of men (98) and rations (bread, fresh beef, pork, and rum). Port au Prince [Haiti], June 1795. (SC 810).
  • Hale, Edward Everett (1822-1909). One letter (ALS) re his study of Spanish language and paper on the archives of Spain and Mexico. Boston, 24 Nov. 1879. (SC 136).
  • Hale, Edward E[verett] [American author and Unitarian clergyman]. One letter (ALS), responding to unknown woman’s letter and sending her some religious tracts he has written. Intervale, N.H., Aug. 10, 1908. (Wyles SC 566).
  • Hale [Oscar F.] Papers, ca. 1845-1865. Mainly 1862-1865 correspondence of a Civil War Union soldier, 44th Ohio Infantry, Co. D., and 8th Ohio Cavalry, Co. D. (Wyles Mss 41).
  • Hall, James W. [New York Infantry, 136th Regiment (Vol), Company G]. One Civil War document (ADS): Discharge, 26 Dec. 1862. (Wyles SC 373).
  • Hall [Manly Palmer] Collection, ca. 1930s-1950s. 19 pamphlets by Manley Palmer Hall, many published by the Philosophical Research Society (Los Angeles), with titles such as “The Occult Anatomy of Man,” “The Riddle of the Rosicrucians,” and “The Sacred Magic of the Qabbalah.” (ARC Mss 58).
  • Halstead, Murat [1829-1908]. One mounted b/w 3 3/4" x 4 1/2" photograph of newspaper editor and journalist Murat Halstead, leaving the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis convention, 9 June 1892. (Wyles SC 617).
  • 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).
  • Hamilton [Donald] Papers, ca. 1980-1997. Correspondence, notes, flyers, clippings and other material, primarily relating to Hamilton’s work as a homeless advocate in Santa Barbara. (SBHC Mss 45).
  • Hammer [Milton] Collection, ca. 1880-1964. Correspondence, photographs, and other material collected by Hammer, much of it during his career as a rare book and manuscripts dealer in Santa Barbara. Includes material re Heinrich Boll, Ralph Waldo Emerson, James A. Garfield, Oliver Wendell Holmes, J. Edgar Hoover, Hubert H. Humphrey, Henry James, John F. Kennedy, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Lewis Mumford, Napoleon (Bonaparte), Harold Pinter, and Harry S. Truman. Also, printed material (mainly modern first editions and fine presses) which have been cataloged separately. (Mss 161).
  • Hammond Family. Eight b/w portraits, including one tintype, some taken by Indiana [Grandview and Rockport] photographers, ca. latter 1800s-early 1900s. (Wyles SC 647).
  • Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute. Printed program, ca. 1873, "Slave Songs of the South, by the Hampton Colored Students," including note that Hampton [located in Hampton, Virginia] is “Devoted to the preparation of Colored Teachers for the Colored Race and to Industrial Education” and that nearly all of its students were born as slaves. Hampton’s most famous graduate was Booker T. Washington. (Wyles SC 742).
  • Hancock, Winfield S[cott]. Two post-Civil War letters (ALS), including one to Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside, then a U.S. senator, asking for copies of the appendix to the report of the Joint Committee on Army which Burnside had submitted to Congress in Dec. 1880. (Wyles SC 445).
  • “Handbook of Old Santa Fe,” 1939. Printed pamphlet. (Wyles SC 1024).
  • Hanna, Forman (1882-1950). One black and white mounted photograph, “Review,” with three cowboys herding cattle. Globe, Arizona, [ca. early 1900s]. (Wyles SC 692).
  • Hansen [Alfred J.] Collection, 1969-1988. Records of the Veterans of World War I, District 7, which included Santa Barbara and surrounding areas. Hansen was a district commander at one point, and also was active in the local unit. (Bernath Mss 21).
  • Hardee, William Joseph [General, CSA]. Two engraved portraits, n.d. (Wyles SC 772).
  • Harden Family Collection. Correspondence of a Savannah, Georgia family, much of it Civil War era, to and from Edward J. Harden and his son, William Harden, ca. 1852-1874. (Wyles SC 593).
  • Hardenberg [Daniel S.] Papers, 1859-1868. Correspondence and financial materials, including Civil War era, of Hardenberg, Assistant Surgeon of the 56th New York Infantry. (Wyles SC 965).
  • Harder [Theodore] Oral History, 1972. Interviews with the long-time Registrar at UCSB and its antecedents, and director of athletics, 1949-1956, re his time at UCSB and early days in 1950s at the Goleta campus. Harder Stadium is named after him. (OH 45).
  • Hardin [Garrett] Oral History, 1983. Discussion with UCSB professor Hardin re his distinguished career as biologist and author. (OH 46).
  • Hardin [Garrett] Papers, ca. 1938-2003. Professor of Human Ecology at the University of California Santa Barbara; writer and lecturer concerned with the problems of overpopulation, best known for his essay The Tragedy of the Commons (Science, 1968). The papers include bibliographical and biographical information, correspondence, lectures and speeches, subject files (abortion and Environmental Fund), and writings. (UArch FacP 14).
  • Hardy, Thomas (1840-1928). English novelist and poet. Holdings include The Hand of Ethelberta (1876) [Spec PR4750 .H3 1876], A Laodicean, or, The Castle of the De Stancys (1881) [Spec PR 4750 .L26 1881], Two on a Tower (1882) [Spec PR4750 .T8 1882], A Pair of Blue Eyes (1885) [Spec PR4750 .P3 1885], The Mayor of Casterbridge (1886) [Spec PR4750 .M3 1886], The Woodlanders (1887) [Spec PR4750 .W6 1887], Tess of the D’Urbervilles (1891) [Spec PR4748 .A1 1891], A Group of Noble Dames (1891) [Spec PR4750 .G7], Life’s Little Ironies (1894) [Spec PR4750 .L55 1894], Jude the Obscure (1895) [Spec PR4746 .A1 1895], Wessex Poems (1898) [Spec PR4750 .W4 1898], Time’s Laughingstocks (1909) [Spec PR4750 .T5], The Duke’s Reappearance (1927) [Spec PR4750 .D8 1927], Winter Words (1928) [Spec PR4750 .W5 1928], Old Mrs. Chundle (1929) [Spec PR4750 .O4 1929], and The Return of the Native (1929) [Spec PR4747 .A1 1929]. Fine press editions of Selected Poems (1921) by the Riccardi Press [Spec PR4741 .F21 and Printers Z239.2 .C36 H37 1921]; Yuletide in a Younger World (1927) by William Edwin Rudge [Printers Z239 .R8 H253 1927 vault]; The Three Wayfarers (1930) by the Fountain Press [Printers Z239 .M44 H27]; Tess of the D’Urbervilles (1956) [Spec PR4748 .A1 1956], The Mayor of Casterbridge (1964) [Spec PR4750 .M25 1964], and Jude the Obscure (1969) [Spec PR4746 .A1 1969], all by the Limited Editions Club; and The Return of the Native (1971) by the Folio Society [Spec PR4747 .A1 1972].
  • Harling, Robert [Henry]. Three letters (2 TLS and 1 ALS) from British typographer, journalist, designer, and novelist Harling to editor Tom Balston, about corrections made by Balston to Harling’s work. London, 1951-1952. (SC 422).
  • Harmer (A. Bertrand) Photograph Collection, ca. 1925. Ca. 156 b/w prints of Spanish Colonial Architecture, taken by Harmer in 1925, the year of the Santa Barbara earthquake. Harmer was an architect who designed many of the Spanish-style buildings in Santa Barbara. (SBHC Mss 72).
  • Harmer [Douglas] Papers. Papers of Santa Barbara theater director, author and playwright affiliated with the Alhecama Theater. (PA Mss 36).
  • Harmer, S[idney] F[rederic]. One letter (ALS) from British zoologist Harmer to [?] Beddard re best ways to construct an index. Cambridge, [England], Sept. 2, [1901?]. (SC 423).
  • Harmin [Merrill] – Louis E. Raths Collection, 1966-1978. Letters and memorabilia of Louis E. Raths as collected by Dr. Merrill Harmin. (HPA Mss 14).
  • Harris, Charles. One letter (ALS) to his father, re prison camp life and perils, 18 Mar. 1864. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • [Harrison, Benjamin]. Invitation to Mr. [George P.?] Tebbetts for presidential reception. Santa Barbara, 24 Apr. 1891. (Wyles SC 485).
  • [Harrison, Benjamin]. Presidential Campaign – Cloth Momento, 1888. (Wyles SC 789).
  • Harrison, Russell B. One letter (TLS) to Henry Whitney Cleveland, re Frank Leslie’s [illustrated newspaper] illustrations of the death of Jefferson Davis. Executive Mansion, Washington, D.C., 11 Feb. 1890. (Wyles SC 108).
  • Hart, Eugene D. (comp.). One bound typescript, Unpublished Articles and Letters Dealing with the Battle of Little Big Horn, n.d. (Wyles SC 580).
  • Hart, Eugene D. (comp.). One bound typescript, Unpublished Letters of Officers in the Little Big Horn Campaign, n.d. (Wyles SC 579).
  • 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).
  • Harte, Bret (1836-1902) American writer and journalist. Holdings include The Lost Galleon (1867) [Spec PS1829 .L6 1867], The Luck of Roaring Camp (1870) [Spec PS1827 .A1 1870], The Heathen Chinee (1870) [Spec PS1831 .H37], East and West (1871) [Spec PS1831 .E3 1871], Sensation Novels (1871) [Spec PS1829 .S47 1871], Mrs. Skagg’s Husbands (1873) [Spec PS1829 .M75 1873], Tales of the Argonauts (1875) [Spec PS1828 .A1 1875], Echoes of the Foot-Hills (1875) [Spec PS1831 .E4 1875], Thankful Blossom (1877) [Spec PS1829 .T54], “Jinny” (1878) [Spec PS1829 .J5 1878], Drift from Two Shores (1878) [Spec PS1829 .D7 1878], An Heiress of Red Dog (1879) [Spec PS1829 .H28 1879], The Twins of Table Mountain (1879) [Spec PS1829 .T67 1879], Flip, and, Found at Blazing Star (1882) [Spec PS1829 .F5 1882], On the Frontier (1884) [Spec PS1829 .O52 1884], In the Carquinez Woods (1884) [Spec PS1829 .I55 1884], By Shore and Sedge (1885) [Spec PS1829 .B8 1885], Maruja (1885) [Spec PS1829 .M3 1891], The Queen of Pirate Isle (1886) [Spec PS1829 .Q4], The Crusade of the Excelsior (1887) [Spec PS1829 .C75 1887], A Millionaire of Rough-and-Ready (1887) [Spec PS1829 .M5 1887], A Phyllis of the Sierras (1888) [Spec PS1829 .P5 1888], Two Men of Sandy Bar (1888) [Spec PS1829 .T7 1876], Cressy (1889) [Spec PS1829 .C7 1889b], The Heritage of Dedlow Marsh (1889) [Spec PS1829 .H3 1889], A Ward of the Golden Gate (1890) [Spec PS1829 .W4 1890], A Waif of the Plains (1890) [Spec PS1829 .W3 1890], A Sappho of Green Springs (1891) [Spec PS1829 .S4 1891a], Colonel Starbottle’s Client (1892) [Spec PS1825 .A1 1892], Sally Dows (1893) [Spec PS1829 .S3 1893], Susy, A Story of the Plains (1893) [Spec PS1829 .S8 1893a], The Bell-Ringer of Angel’s (1894) [Spec PS1829 .B4 1894], In the Hollow of the Hills (1895) [Spec PS1829 .I5], Clarence (1895) [Spec PS1829 .C5], Devil’s Ford (1896) [Spec PS1829 .D49 1896], Three Partners (1897) [Spec PS1829 .T4 1897], Tales of Trail and Town (1898) [Spec PS1829 .A1 1898], Under the Redwoods (1901) [Spec PS1829 .U6 1901], Openings in the Old Trail (1902) [Spec PS1829 .O6 1902], The Complete Poetical Works of Bret Harte (1903) [Printers Z239 .R54 H37 1903], Trent’s Trust (1903) [Spec PS1829 .T6 1903b], Tennessee’s Partner (1907) [Spec PS1829 .T4 1907a and Printers Z239 .T62 H38 1907], The Lectures of Bret Harte (1909) [Spec PS1829 .L4], Salomy Jane (1910) [Spec PS1829 .S2], The Story of Enriquez (1924) [Printers Z239 .G7 H3722 1924], Concepción de Arguello (1926) [Printers Z239 .R84 H37], The Letters of Bret Harte (1926) [Spec PS1833 .A5], Sketches of the Sixties (1926) with Mark Twain [Spec 1821 .H6 and Printers Z239 .H64 H3], and San Francisco (1927) [Spec PS1829 .S38 1927]. Fine press editions of Dickens in Camp (1923) by John Henry Nash [Printers Z239 .N3 H377]; The Wild West (1930) by Harrison of Paris [Spec PS1822 .F3]; The Heathen Chinee (1934) by John Henry Nash [Spec PS1831 .H37 1934 and Printers Z239 .B54 H378 1934]; The Right Eye of the Commander (1937) [Spec PS1829 .R5 1937] and The Adventure of Padre Vicentio (1939) [Spec PS1829 .A3 1939], both by Wilder and Ellen Bentley; How Santa Claus Came to Simpson’s Bar (1941) by the Ward Ritchie Press [Wyles PS1829 .H6]; The Luck of Roaring Camp by the Peter Pauper Press (1943) [Printers Z239 .P4 H377 1943] and the Grabhorn Press (1948) [Printers Z239 .G7 H3718 1948]; Tales of the Gold Rush (1944) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS1824 .L5]; Mliss (1948) by the Grabhorn Press [Printers Z239 .G7 H372 1948 vault]; San Francisco in 1866 (1951) by the Book Club of California [Printers Z239 .B54 H384 1951]; A Millionaire of Rough-and-Ready (1955) by the L-D Allen Press [Printers Z239 .A46 H37 1955 vault]; and, with Mark Twain, Ah Sin (1961) by the Book Club of California [Printers Z239 .B54 C4].
  • Hartley Film Collection, ca. 1970s-1980s. Nineteen open-reel films on humanism, zen, yoga, etc. (HPA Mss 48).
  • Hartwell (William H.) Papers, ca. 1860s-1913. Family history, correspondence, photographs, documents, and mss articles of Hartwell, a Civil War Union soldier, New Hampshire Infantry, 9th Regiment (Vol.), Company I. Also, manuscript of "Two years of ranch life on the Santa Fe Road." (Wyles Mss 37).
  • Harvey [John] Collection, ca. 1801-1809. Five documents (ADS), from a County Wexford [Ireland] justice of the peace, re judicial matters such as handing over individuals to the county jail. (SC 137).
  • [Harvey, William K.]. 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).
  • 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).
  • Haskin, John B. One letter (ALS) to William A Seaver, re Bleeding Kansas. Washington, 19 Dec. 1857. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Hassard, Jack. Course syllabi re humanistic education and science and human values, ca. 1974-1983. (HPA SC 50).
  • Hatch (Mary Prescott) Papers, ca. 1889-1956. Primarily correspondence and drafts of Hatch’s writings, including essays and descriptions of travels around the world, including Europe and South Africa (based on her correspondence, ca. 1920s-1930s). Hatch was a Santa Barbara resident later in life. (Mss 44).
  • Hatfield [John] Collection, ca. 1803-1804. One bound volume, “The Trial of John Hatfield,” containing a handwritten account from the Carlisle Journal [England] re Hatfield’s trial on charges including impersonating a member of Parliament (Alexander Augustus Hope) and forgery, 1803; together with copies of letters from Hope to the Rev. [W.?] Nicholson, 1804. Hatfield had married Mary Robinson, a Lake District beauty, and as a result of the public outcry during the trial, poets William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge came to her defense. Hatfield was found guilty and hanged for his offences. (SC 138).
  • Hathaway [Charles M., Jr.] Papers, 1895-1939. Correspondence, documents and dispatches, notes, and reports from an American academic and diplomat who served in the Dominican Republic, England, Ireland, Budapest, Bombay, and Germany. Includes a 1933 dispatch re a visit to Dachau Concentration Camp. (Bernath Mss 9).
  • 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).
  • Haverland [Della] Collection, ca. 1932-1950. Correspondence, newsletters, lists, clippings and articles, many by Haverland, a former UCSB librarian, about the early days of the William Wyles Collection. (Wyles SC 882).
  • [Hawaii]. Hiss (Philip Hanson) Photograph Collection, 1939-early 1940s. 120+ black/white professional photographs of people and scenes in Aruba, Bali, Bonaire, Curacao, Hawaii, Saba, St. Eustatius, St. Martin, and Surinam, taken by Philip Hanson Hiss (1910-1988), ca. 1939-early 1940s. Hiss was a photographer, author, and world traveler who, during World War II, served in the Office of Strategic Service (OSS). (Bernath Mss 76).
  • [Hawaii]. Historic Urban Plans. Four facsimiles of printed maps and views of Chicago (1779-1857), Honolulu (1854), Kobe (1865), and Tokyo (1854). (SC 1038).
  • [Hawaii]. Honolulu Photograph Album, 1911. (Wyles Mss 172).
  • [Hawaii]. 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).
  • [Hawaii]. Matthews [Verner Randolph] World War II Photograph Album, 1945. Album of an African American World War II soldier from New York City, Corporal Verner R. Matthews, Company A, 1863d Engineer Aviation. 33 b/w photos, most with captions, of Matthews and fellow soldiers on Guam, relaxing off duty, playing baseball; also several photos of Honolulu and Hawaiian women, and some apparently of family and friends back home. (Bernath Mss 36).
  • [Hawaii]. 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).
  • Hawaii Photograph Albums ca. 1898, 1903-1904. Two albums of Hawaii scenes. The first album, ca. 1898, with photographs taken by O. F. Sampson of Leonta, N.Y., contains 49 images of. Kamehameha Military School, Bishop Art Museum, other Honolulu buildings, houses of wealthy residents, hospitals, Hawaiians from various ethnic backgrounds, street scenes, sporting events, military, Diamond Head, and a mining camp. The second album, 1903-1904, contains 57 photographs of street scenes, ships, Honolulu residences, Haleiwa Hotel and Hawaiian Hotel, pineapple and sugar cane fields. (Bernath Mss 87).
  • Hawaii Travel Photograph Album, ca. 1909. (Wyles Mss 138).
  • Hawaiian Grass House. One commercial b/w photo, no. 53, n.d. (Wyles SC 65).
  • Hawley, Joseph R. [Civil War Union General, later Governor, Congressman, and Senator from Connecticut]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to a Mrs. J. Eaton of West Meriden, Connecticut, re death of her husband and crimes of a Harry Longdon, former orderly of Hawley’s, 1865; also one letter (ALS) to John C. Bryant, requesting information about his book, 1896. (Wyles SC 111).
  • Hawthorne, Nathaniel (1804-1864). American novelist. Holdings include Twice-Told Tales (1837) [Spec PS1870.A1 1837], Mosses from an Old Manse (1846) [Spec PS1863.A1 1846b vault], The Scarlet Letter (1850) [Spec PS1868.A1 1850], The House of the Seven Gables (1851) [Spec PS1861.A1 1851 vault], True Stories from History and Biography (1851) [Spec F65.H35], The Blithedale Romance (1852) [Spec PS1855.A1 1852], Life of Franklin Pierce (1852) [Wyles E432.H38], The Marble Faun (1860) [Spec PS1862.A1 1860], Our Old Home (1863) [Spec PS1864.A1 1863], The Snow-Image: A Childish Miracle (1864) [Spec PS1872.S65 1864], Septimius Felton, or, The Elixir of Life (1872) [Spec PS1872.S4 1872], the 13-volume set The Complete Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne (1883) [Spec PS1850.E83b], Doctor Grimshawe’s Secret (1883) [Spec PS1856.A1 1883], A Wonder Book (1900) [Spec PS1871.A1 1900], and Pegasus, the Winged Horse (1963) [Spec PS1872.P44 1963]. Fine press editions of The Scarlet Letter, with illustrations by F.O.C. Darley (1884) [Spec PS1868.D37 1884], printed by the Nonesuch Press (1935) [Printers Z239.2.N6 H37 1935], by the Limited Editions Club (1941) [Spec PS1868.A1 1941], and by the Libra Collection (1960) [Spec PS1868.A1 1960a]; Our Old Home (1891) by the Riverside Press [Printers Z239.R54 H3774 1891]; The Old Manse (1904) by the Riverside Press [Printers Z239.R54 H377]; Tanglewood Tales (1919) with illustrations by Edmund Dulac [Printers Z276.5.H38]; The Golden Touch (1927) by the Grabhorn Press [Printers Z239.G7 H385 1927]; The House of the Seven Gables by the Limited Editions Club (1935) [Printers Z239.H3 H38] and the Imprint Society (1970) [Printers Z239.I5 H3]; A Virtuoso’s Collection (1949) by the Torch Press [Printers Z239.T63 H32]; Twice-Told Tales (1966) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS1870.A1 1966]; and Rappaccini’s Daughter (1990) by the Allen Press [Printers Z239.A46 H397 1990].
  • Hay, John. One letter (ALS) to Richard C. Parsons of Cleveland, Ohio, re appointmemnt of Parson’s son as Second Secretary to the American Embassy in Great Britain. London, 18 May 1897. (Wyles SC 113).
  • Hay, John [Secretary of State]. One letter (TLS) to Don Federico Alfonso Pezet, re appointment of Herbert H. D. Peirce as Third Assistant Secretary of State. Department of State, Washington, D.C., 16 Nov. 1901. (Wyles SC 112).
  • Hay [Stephen N.] Papers, ca. 1910s-1990s. Research notes relating to M. K. Gandhi, which UCSB Professor Hay used in his teaching and his writings. Included are materials relating to several trips to India, beginning in the latter 1940s. Also a small amount of personal/biographical material, drafts of writings, and UCSB course material. A collection of books, mainly on Gandhi, accompanies the papers. (UArch FacP 32).
  • Hayley, William. Two letters from English writer Hayley: one ALS to Pitt [William Pitt the Younger?] re a pension for his friend William Cowper, Sept. 9, n.y. and one ALS to Lady Hesketh, asking assistance for novelist Charlotte Smith, Aug. 12, 1794. Laid in Hayley’s The Life of George Romney (Chicester, 1809). (SC 495).
  • Haynsworth [M. A.] Diary, 1875. One volume, with short entries written on blank pages of a Counting House Almanac, Albany, New York. (SC 139).
  • Hazen, Allen. Photocopy of a typescript manuscript, abridged from the original, “Journal from Wheeling down the Ohio and Mississippi, 1817.” (Wyles SC 105).
  • Hazlitt, William (1778-1830). English essayist. Holdings include Lectures on the English Poets (1818) [Spec PR4772.L4], A View of the English Stage (1818) [Spec PR4772.V54 1818], Political Essays (1819) [Spec PR4772.P65 1819], Table-Talk (1821) [Spec PR4772.T3 1821], The Plain Speaker (1826) [Spec PR4772.P53 1826], and Liber Amoris (1893) [Spec PR4772.L5 1893]. Fine press editions of The Fight (1929) by Elm Tree Press [Printers Z239.E45 H3] and Selected Essays of William Hazlitt (1930) by the Nonesuch Press [Printers Z239.2.N6 H38].
  • [Health and Medicine]. Books and manuscripts, many relating to the Civil War era, including correspondence and diaries relating to illness, injuries, medical treatment, death, and what today might be called post-traumatic stress syndrome. Early books include: Thomas Browne, Pseudodoxia Epidemica (1658); Benjamin Rush, Medical Inquiries and Observations (1809); Thomas Green, The Universal Herbal, or Botanical, Medical, and Agricultural Dictionary (1820); Confederate States Medical and Surgical Journal (1865); Jonathan Letterman, Medical Recollections of the Army of the Potomac (1866); United States Sanitary Commission, Surgical Memoirs of the War of the Rebellion (1870-1871).
  • [Health and Medicine]. 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).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Bacon (Elizabeth Grew) Oral History, 1976-1977. Life history of an English suffragette who moved to California. Subjects include suffrage, Margaret Sanger, birth control movement, Anglo-Irish relations, Greenwich Village, Pasadena Playhouse, and Santa Barbara. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 17).
  • [Health and Medicine]. British Documents and Newspapers, ca 1760s-1780s. Six printed items: “A Computation of the Charge of the Militia, as Proposed by the Bill in Parliament…,” n.d.; “Directions for Applying Godbold’s Vegetable Balsam…,” n.d.; “Form of Association Agreed to by The Committee of Sixty-One…,” 1780; “Proposals for a Subscription to Support a Plan for Inoculating Persons in Private Apartments, at Moderate Expence,” ca. 1764; “Warrant for Granting Certain Allowances to the Several Captains of Infantry…,” 1765; and “Yorkshire Freeholder,” by Lancelot Lackrent, 1780. (SC 687).
  • [Health and Medicine]. British in Egypt / World War I Photograph Album, ca. 1917 -1919. 120+ b/w photos, very few with captions, mainly of British (men, women, and children) in Egypt (possibly Alexandria) during World War I. Mainly troops in camps and on the march, hospital wards, sporting events, and British families at various social occasions and outings in the countryside. Also a few images of Egyptians, street scenes and residences, and local boats. (Bernath Mss 56).
  • [Health and Medicine]. [California Mexican Government Document]. One printed document, 4 pp., establishing the first official medical practice in California. Mexico, 6 Aug. 1836. (Wyles SC 936).
  • [Health and Medicine]. 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).
  • [Health and Medicine]. 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 fundraising for Cottage Hospital, wildlife conservation, and family life. (OH 26).
  • [Health and Medicine]. 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).
  • [Health and Medicine]. 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).
  • [Health and Medicine]. 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).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Hardenberg [Daniel S.] Papers, 1859-1868. Correspondence and financial materials, including Civil War era, of Hardenberg, Assistant Surgeon of the 56th New York Infantry. (Wyles SC 965).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Hardin [Garrett] Oral History, 1983. Discussion with UCSBprofessor Hardin re his distinguished career as biologist and author. (OH 46).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Hardin [Garrett] Papers, ca. 1938-2003. Professor of Human Ecology at the University of California Santa Barbara; writer and lecturer concerned with the problems of overpopulation, best known for his essay The Tragedy of the Commons (Science, 1968). The papers include bibliographical and biographical information, correspondence, lectures and speeches, subject files (abortion and Environmental Fund), and writings. (UArch FacP 14).
  • [Health and Medicine]. 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 include abortion, doctors, drugs, health insurance, hospitals, Medi-Cal, medical/health issues, medical malpractice, and mental health. (Mss 41).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Hawaii Photograph Albums ca. 1898, 1903-1904. Two albums of Hawaii scenes. The first album, ca. 1898, with photographs taken by O. F. Sampson of Leonta, N.Y., contains 49 images of. Kamehameha Military School, Bishop Art Museum, other Honolulu buildings, houses of wealthy residents, hospitals, Hawaiians from various ethnic backgrounds, street scenes, sporting events, military, Diamond Head, and a mining camp. The second album, 1903-1904, contains 57 photographs of street scenes, ships, Honolulu residences, Haleiwa Hotel and Hawaiian Hotel, pineapple and sugar cane fields. (Bernath Mss 87).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Hill, Edward L. Civil War surgeon’s journal, much of it written by Dr. Hill’s orderly, Mr. McEvoy, 1861-1863. (Wyles SC 907).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Hill [Robert J.] Collection, ca. 1864-1900. Civil War diary (1864) of a battle surgeon (45th Ohio Regiment), together with other documents, one post-war photograph, and other post-war material. (Wyles Mss 96).
  • [Health and Medicine]. 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).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Japan [Tokyo] Photograph Album, ca. 1952-1953. Compiled by an American G.I. probably associated with the Tokyo Army Hospital. Shows post-war Tokyo street scenes, etc. (Bernath Mss 200).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Johnson [Charles H.] Papers, ca. 1858-1916 [bulk dates 1861-1866]. Mainly correspondence from Charles H. Johnson, a Civil War Union soldier, Michigan Cavalry, 1st Regiment (Vol.), Co. M, to his mother, 1858-1866, as well as some later correspondence, a few photographs, and miscellany, including a cookbook with medicinal recipes and Civil War diary entries from 1862. (Wyles Mss 36).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Knox [Samuel B. P.] Papers, ca. 1898-1914. Letters and documents of a Civil War surgeon with the 49th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry and later a resident of Santa Barbara. Includes a thank you, 1914, from Franklin D. Roosevelt, Assistant Secretary to the Navy at the time. (Wyles SC 402).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Kroc Foundation Archives, 1967-1985. Administrative files of the Kroc Foundation of Santa Ynez, California, relating to conferences it sponsored and grants it awarded in the area of medical research. (Mss 61).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Mackey (Anita J.) Oral History, [ca. 1994]. Recollections of an African American graduate of the University of Chicago (1936) and her career as a medical social worker for the Veterans Administration in Chicago, Los Angeles and, finally, in Santa Barbara. (OH 14).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Mitchell, Mrs. John R. One holograph “Book of Recipes,” compiled by Mitchell, 1853-1857. Also contains gardening tips and household remedies, including recipes for cough syrup and a treatment for dysentery. (SC 451).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Patent Medicine Trade Card Collection, ca. 1870-1890. (Mss 225).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Pittsburgh Cholera Letter, Aug. 15, 1866. (SC 1092).
  • [Health and Medicine]. 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). Includes files on abortion, alcoholism, drugs, marijuana, Medi-Cal, Medi-Care, medical malpractice, and smoking. (Mss 102).
  • [Health and Medicine]. 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).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Roach (Charles A.) African Photograph Collection, 1943. Photograph album with 88 black/white images, plus 67 other loose photographs, many with captions, most taken by Rev. Charles A. Roach on a bicycle trip from Durban to Cairo in 1943, on the way back to his parish in Iraq, where he was Baghdad Chaplain and Oil Company Chaplain from 1939 to 1946. Includes images of local men, women, and children, hospitals, schools, churches and fellow clergy, residences, roads, and scenic views through South Africa, Belgian Congo, Rwanda, Kenya (Nairobi), Uganda (Kampala), and Sudan. Roach, an inveterate long distance cyclist, later developed a lecture/slide show based on his African journey. (Bernath Mss 119).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Romaine (Lawrence B.) Trade Catalog Collection, ca. 1850-1968. More than 40,000 items that Romaine collected and which are arranged along the lines of his published guide. Primarily 19th and early 20th century American trade and advertising literature. Includes sections on dentistry (crowns, drugs, equipment, healthcare treatises, home products, and supplies), home remedies and quack cures, hypnotism, and medicine (artificial limbs, chiropody, chiropractics, convolescent homes, drugs and pharmaceuticals, eyes and eyeglasses, hearing aids, hospital equipment and supplies, hospitals, health clubs, and sanitariums, osteopathy, surgical instruments and apparatus, trusses and supporters). (Mss 107).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Sanger [Margaret] Birth Control Collection, ca. 1921-1966 [bulk dates 1930-1936]. 26 booklets, pamphlets, programs, and other printed ephemera relating to birth control advocate Margaret Sanger and organizations such as the American Birth Control League, Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau (Margaret Sanger, Director), Birth Control Federation of America, Inc. (Margaret Sanger, honorary chairman of the board), Margaret Sanger Research Bureau, National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control (Margaret Sanger, Chairman/President), and the Western States Conference on Birth Control and Population Problems. (Mss 220).
  • [Health and Medicine]. 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).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Slave Documents Collection, ca. 1711-1878. Bills of sale, manumissions, notes and receipts for slave hire, accounts for medical service, a property tax return, an estate list, correspondence, and essays. The documents come from California, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. (Wyles Mss 75).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Southern India Family Photograph Collection, ca. 1940s-1959. 100+ b/w images, most apparently relating to an Indian woman (Marie [?]) who, in the early 1950s, was a student at the Christian Medical College, Vellore, India. Includes snapshots of friends, relatives, and staff members (some with Ida Scudder, founder of the college), as well as group photos of college students and staff, and a group photo of the 13th Indian Congress of Radiology, Poona, 1959. (Bernath Mss 74).
  • [Health and Medicine]. 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).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Stopes, Marie Carmichael. Seven items, including correspondence, advertisement, magazine article, Christmas message, and litho portrait of British birth control advocate Marie Carmichael Stopes, found in books by her, ca. 1930s-1940s. (SC 707).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Stopes (Marie C.) Birth Control Collection, ca. 1871-1967 [bulk dates 1920-1958]. Material pertaining to Marie Stopes, organizations with which she was affiliated, and other organizations and individuals concerned about issues of abortion, birth control, contraception, eugenics, obstetrics, population, sexual behavior, sterilization, and welfare of women, primarily in Great Britain, but also including some items from the U.S. and other countries. The collection has been assembled from multiple sources. (Mss 122).
  • [Health and Medicine]. Trade Catalog Additions, ca. 1850s-1970s. Single and small groups of catalogs acquired from multiple sources, augmenting the Romaine Trade Catalog Collection. Includes sections on dentistry, home remedies and quack cures, medicine and medical supplies. (Mss 200).
  • [Health and Medicine]. UCSB, Student Health Services Collection, 1937-2002. Collection contains pamphlets and flyers on health services and events, memos, and materials on the student health insurance. (UArch 62).
  • [Health and Medicine]. 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).
  • [Health and Medicine]. 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).
  • [Health and Medicine]. 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. Includes files on AIDS, health, and medical marijuana. (HPA Mss 47).
  • [Health and Medicine]. 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).
  • [Health and Medicine]. World War I – U.S. Signal Corps Photograph Collection, 1918. 102 b/w professional photographs, with images of fighting in the trenches, prisoners of war, refugees, hospitals, nurses, and other. (Bernath Mss 83).
  • [Health and Medicine]. World War II – U. S. Military Construction on Okinawa Photograph Album, 1945. 90+ b/w snapshots, with typed captions, showing the 801st Battalion at work on roads and buildings such as Quonset huts for the hospital, damage wrought by a typhoon in Oct. 1945, and Japanese prisoners of war also working on the various construction projects. (Bernath Mss 72).
  • Hearn, Lafcadio (1850-1904). Greek-Irish writer, emigrated to the United States and, later, Japan. Holdings include Stray Leaves from Strange Stories (1884) [Spec PS1917.S8 1884], Chita: A Memory of Lasi Island (1889) [Spec PS1917.C4 1889], Two Years in the French West Indies (1890) [Spec PS1917.T9], Youma: The Story of a West-Indian Slave (1890) [Spec PS1917.Y6 vault], Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan (1894) [Spec PS1917.G58], In Ghostly Japan (1899) [Spec PS1917.I45], Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things (1904) [Spec PS1917.K8], Japan: An Attempt at Interpretation (1904) [Spec PS1917.J28], Kimiko, and Other Japanese Sketches (1923) [Spec PS1917.K5], and The Soul of the Great Bell (1939) [Spec PS1917.S62 1939 vault]. Fine press editions of Lotos (1906) [Spec PS1917.L68 1906] and Kokoro (1906) [Spec PS1917.K5715 1906], both in German by Rütten & Loening; Fountain of Gold (1927) by Metropolitan Press [Spec PS1917.F69 1927 vault]; Japanese Fairy Tales (1936) by the Peter Pauper Press [Spec PS1917.J3 1936]; and Kwaidan (1969), in miniature, by Garden View Press [Printers Z239.G3334 H43 1969].
  • Heath (Richard A.) / Early Lockheed History Collection, ca. 1880s-2005. Early history of the Loughead (later Lockheed) family and aircraft company, located in Santa Barbara, ca. 1916-1921. Assembled by Richard A. Heath. Includes numerous photographs. (SBHC Mss 76).
  • Hebbard, Wallace. One letter (TLS) to T. M. [Storke?] re publishing last volume of Bancroft’s History of California. Santa Barbara, 23 November 1970. (SC 134).
  • Hebrew Early Manuscript and Printing Collection. (Printers Mss 49).
  • 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).
  • Heintzelman, Samuel P. [Civil War Union Major General]. One photo engraving, carte de visité size. (Wyles SC 618).
  • Helm [Dr. and Mrs. MacKinley] Collection. Large number of first editions by Matthew Arnold, T. S. Eliot, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Robert Frost, and Henry James, as well as other earlier works, including incunabula, fine and small press titles, Santa Barbara authors, and Mexican imprints. The manuscript portion of the collection includes two hand-printed leaves, on Japanese rice paper, from A Common Botany [1956] (Mss 214).
  • [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).
  • Hemley, Cecil (1914-1966). One holograph poem, “Flight of the Children,” from Porphyry’s Journey (1951). Laid in Hemley’s Seas and Seasons. (SC 507).
  • Henrey, Madeleine (1906-2004). Four letters (TLS), 1964-1965, from French writer Madeleine Henrey, to Jeanette Selfridge, mainly re books she has sent to Selfridge and Selfridge’s kind remarks about them. (SC 535).
  • Henrick [Mrs. Eli W.] Caribbean Travel Diary and Photograph Album, 1913. (Bernath Mss 158).
  • Henry [Bushrod W.] Correspondence, 1835-1849. 13 letters to Disciple of Christ preacher Bushrod W. Henry (Shelbyville, Illinois), from family and friends. (Wyles SC 1022).
  • Herbert, George (1593-1633). Welsh poet. Holdings include an early edition of The Temple (1674) [Spec PR3507.T4 1674], and the six-volume set The English Works of George Herbert (1905) [Printers Z239.R54 H424 1905]; fine press edition of The Temple (1927) by Nonesuch Press [Printers Z239.2.N6 H39]. See also T.S. Eliot’s biographical essay George Herbert (1962) [Spec PR3508 E4 1962].
  • Herodotus (c.485-425 BC). Greek historian, born in Halicarnassus, often called “the Father of History.” Holdings include The History of Herodotus (1737) [Spec D58.H4713 1737]; fine press editions by the Nonesuch Press (1935) [Printers Z239.2.N6 H4], the Limited Editions Club (1958) [Spec D58.H32], and the Allen Press (1989) [Printers Z239.A46 H47 1989 vault].
  • Herrick, Robert (1591-1674). English poet. Holdings include the two-volume set The Hesperides & Noble Numbers (1891) [Spec PR3510.A5 P6 1891b]; fine press editions of Delighted Earth (1927) by the Fanfrolico Press [Printers Z239.2.F3 H47] and Songs and Lyrics (1941) by the Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 H44].
  • 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).
  • [Herrman, Bernard]. Steiner [Frederick] Collection, 1958, 1975. One letter (TL) Bernard Herrmann and Fred Steiner to Guy Della Cioppa; two letters (TLS) Bernard Herrmann to Fred Steiner; one letter (TLS) Christopher Palmer to Fred Steiner; photocopies of two letters (TLS) Fred Steiner to Bernard Herrmann; one memorial brochure for Bernard Herrmann’s funeral in 1975. (SC 585).
  • Hermann, Bernard. One letter (TL), 1953, and one letter (TLS), 1954, to Louis and Annette Kaufman, re projects he is working on. (SC 586).
  • Herrmann [Bernard] Papers. Manuscripts and personal papers of film composer noted for his scores to Hitchcock and Orson Welles films. (PA Mss 3).
  • Herrmann [Bernard] Radio and Television Music. (PA Mss 46).
  • Herzog, William. One black/white photographic portrait of Herzog, a Lincoln collector, n.d. The Wyles Collection has books donated by Herzog, as well as a 1949 five-disc set of sound recordings, “Speaking of Mr. Lincoln,” by him. (Wyles SC 847).
  • Herzog, William [Colonel]. Typescript biographical sketch of Lincoln scholar Herzog. (Wyles SC 456).
  • Hesiod (c. 8th century BC). Greek poet, one of the earliest known. Holdings include The Works of Hesiod (1728), an early translation into English [Spec PA4010.E5 1728].
  • [Hesse, Hermann]. Steinhauer [Harry] Papers, ca. 1928-1959. Correspondence and related materials of Steinhauer, Professor of German in the UCSB Department of Foreign Languages, with Max Barthel, Hermann Hesse, H. L. Mencken, Erich Maria Remarque, George Bernard Shaw, and Fritz von Unruh. (UArch FacP 19).
  • Hetherington, John [Massachusetts Infantry, 21st Regiment (Vol)]. Civil War diary – ms and typescript copies, 1861-1862. (Wyles SC 335).
  • Hidalgo State [Mexico] Panoramic Photographs, ca. 1900. Series of 12 black/white panoramic photographs, with captions, mainly of the plaza and surrounding mining area of Mineral del Monte, in the State of Hidalgo, Mexico. (SC 901).
  • Higgins, John W. One letter (ALS) to Col. Cesnold. Richmond, Virginia, 5 Oct. 1863. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • [Higginson, Thomas Wentworth]. 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).
  • Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. One letter (ALS) to Miss Reed, critiquing her manuscript Cambridge, Mass, 4 Apr. 1895. (Wyles SC 14).
  • 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).
  • High Point Foundation (Fresno, CA). Conference Program, 1977. (HPA SC 51).
  • Hilbert, David (1862-1943). Bound volume, holographic writing in German, entitled “Mechanik,” lectures of German mathematician David Hilbert, while he was at the University of Göttingen, 1905-1906. (SC 1001).
  • Hildeburn, Charles Swift Riche. Correspondence, ca. 1876-1888, to Hildeburn, a Philadelphia merchant and philanthropist, primarily re activities of Philadelphia literary and cultural societies. Correspondents include Samuel C. Perkins, Lloyd P. Smith, Frederick C. Brightly and Charles P. Keith. In: Nineteenth Century Americana Collection (Mss 2).
  • Hill, Benjamin Harvey. One letter (ALS) to Gov. Julius, La Mange, Georgia, 14 Mar. 1866. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Hill, Edward L. Civil War surgeon’s journal, much of it written by Dr. Hill’s orderly, Mr. McEvoy, 1861-1863. (Wyles SC 907).
  • Hill [Robert J.] Collection, ca. 1864-1900. Civil War diary (1864) of a battle surgeon (45th Ohio Regiment), together with other documents, one post-war photograph, and other post-war material. (Wyles Mss 96).
  • Hiller Family Papers, 1851-1960s. Typescript carbon of “A Leaf from My Experiences in Siberia - and How I Got There,” by Henry W. Hiller, describing his life 1851-1861 as cabin boy aboard the whaler Maria Theresa, the Crimean War, and trip to Siberia and back. Also, typescript of his wife’s “Letters of Liuboff M. Hiller: Translated from Russian to English,” mainly letters to her from family and friends, most from Russia, 1861-1914. Both volumes apparently transcribed, typed, and some footnotes added by unknown party in the 1960s. (Mss 273).
  • [Hiller, Henry Winans]. Russian Photograph Collection, ca. 1900. Six b/w matted photographs, including scenes of Cossacks, castle/fortress in the Caucasus, views of Kazbeck and Tiflis, young Russian girl with tea cart, and a monument “1000 Years of Russia.” At least two of the photos were taken by Henry Winans Hiller (1838-1926), a pioneer in the Russian-American trade and U.S. consul during the Lincoln administration. (SC 783).
  • Hilly [John] Collection. Recordings of several radio shows guest starring John Hilly, an Assistant US Attorney for the Southern District of New York. The collection includes one episode of Hi Jinx and seven of the show Gangbusters. Most of the shows are about prosecuting mobsters and bootleggers. (PA 2000-017).
  • Himbury [W. H.] Middle East Diary, 1925. (Bernath Mss 286).
  • Himoe [Stephen O.] Diaries, 1862-1865. Two Civil War diaries, with a shortautobiographical sketch of Himoe, a surgeon with the 15th Wisconsin Infantry. (Wyles SC 513).
  • Hiroshima Photograph Album, latter 1940s. Some bomb damage photos, and some of the 1948 earthquake, but most apparently of construction and newly built structures, perhaps of the housing area on a military base. (Bernath Mss 134).
  • Hirst [Edward C.] Papers, ca. 1903-1911. Correspondence, telegrams, assessments, contracts, inspections, reports, and other material relating to U.S. business interests in Latin America pertaining to property and commodities such as rubber, bananas, coffee, and coal, much of it apparently relating to the activities of Edward C. Hirst in the Amazon Region (esp. Manaos, Brazil). Includes mention of the German American Coffee Company, United States Rubber Company, Amazon Syndicate, and Bolivian Syndicate. (Wyles Mss 168).
  • Hiss (Philip Hanson) Photograph Collection, 1939-early 1940s. 120+ black/white professional photographs of people and scenes in Aruba, Bali, Bonaire, Curacao, Hawaii, Saba, St. Eustatius, St. Martin, and Surinam, taken by Philip Hanson Hiss (1910-1988), ca. 1939-early 1940s. Hiss was a photographer, author, and world traveler who, during World War II, served in the Office of Strategic Service (OSS). (Bernath Mss 76).
  • Historia Brebe y Muerte Tragica..., [1568?]. One bound volume. (Mss 190).
  • Historia de Gabriel de Espinosa..., [1595?]. One volume, thought to be a 17th century holographic copy of Historia de Gabriel de Espinosa: pastelero en Madrigal, que fingio ser el rey don Sebastian de Portugal, y asimismo la de fr. Miguel de los Santos, en al ano de 1595. (Mss 189).
  • Historia Lexegaina del Duende Politico de los anos 1735, 1736, 1737. Bound volume, handwritten Spanish text, in ink. (Mss 179).
  • Historic Urban Plans. Four facsimiles of printed maps and views of Chicago (1779-1857), Honolulu (1854), Kobe (1865), and Tokyo (1854). (SC 1038).
  • Hixson, Edward T. One document [ADS], U. S. land grant in Kansas, 5 Feb. 1890. (Wyles SC 602).
  • Hoan, George F. One letter (ALS), 18 Feb. 1878. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • Hobbs [F. H.] East Africa Photograph Collection, ca. 1927-1932. (SC 1017).
  • Hobbes, Thomas (1588-1679). English philosopher. Holdings include early editions of Leviathan (1651) [Spec JC153.H65 1651a vault], Elementa Philosophica de Cive (1669) [Spec JC153.H61], De Mirabilibus Pecci (1678) [Spec B1244.D4 1678], Thomæ Hobbes Angli Malmesburiensis Philosophi Vita (1681) [Spec B1246.H6], and Historia Ecclesiastica Carmine Elegiaco Concinnata (1688) [Spec BR143.H6]. See also Seth Ward’s In Thomæ Hobbii Philosophiam Exercitatio Epistolica (1656) [Spec B1247.W29] and John Eachard’s Mr. Hobbs’s State of Nature Considered (1685) [Spec B1247.E18 1685].
  • Hochberg [Arthur] Collection of Radical Literature, ca. 1967-1985. Broadsides, flyers, newsletters, pamphlets and related items, collected by Arthur Hochberg. Includes Weather Underground Organization and Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) materials. Most from the Bay Area (San Francisco, Berkeley, Oakland, CA) and Chicago. Hochberg was one of the attendees, along with others like Tom Hayden and Mark Rudd, at the Weathermen Flint [MI] War Council meeting, Dec. 27-31, 1969, during which it was decided to take the Weathermen underground, engage in guerilla warfare against the U.S. government, and abolish the Students for a Democratic Society. (Mss 283).
  • Hockett (Homer C.) Collection, ca. 1902-1903. Includes course notes for Frederick Jackson Turner’s "History of the West" course, when Hockett was an assistant to Turner. (Wyles Mss 73).
  • Hocking, Elton. One letter (ALS) from Hocking (Professor of Romance Languages at Northwestern University) to Aaron Schaffer (Professor of Romance Languages at University of Texas, Austin) re Hocking’s book on Ferdinand Brunetière. Evanston, Illinois, March 20, 1936. (SC 424).
  • Hodous [Lewis] / China Photograph Album, ca. 1904-1911. (Bernath Mss 244).
  • Hoebich [Margarete] Shanghai-California Papers, 1931-1961. Mainly personal and official documents and ephemeral items relating to Hoebich’s life in Shanghai’s German community, including the Kaiser Wilhelm Schule where she worked from 1939 to ca.1945. Hoebich and her son emigrated to California after the war. (Bernath Mss 135).
  • Hoffberg [Judith] Collection, ca. 1960s-2009. (Printers Mss 62).
  • Hofmann, Frank A. [Corporal, Pennsylvania Infantry, 56th Regiment (Vol), Company Q]. One Civil War Document (ADS): Discharge, 20 Oct. 1865. (Wyles SC 403).
  • [Hogarth, William]. McGuire (Harry) Collection, ca. 1659-1980 [bulk dates 1910s-1966]. Correspondence, scrapbooks, photographs, and publications edited by McGuire, who spent his later years in Santa Barbara. Includes materials relating to the Music Academy and Santa Barbara Council of Arts.  Also, William Hogarth prints (18c), British engravings and handbills (mainly 19c), and caricatures, cartoons, and drawings (mainly for his magazine Ringmaster). Large related book collection, mainly 19th and 20th century American and British literature, including first editions of Hamlin Garland, Aldous Huxley, Christopher Morley, and H. G. Wells, which have been cataloged separately. (SBHC Mss 54).
  • Holcombe [Chester] China Correspondence, 1867-1868, 1888. (SC 900).
  • Holden [Frances] Bookplate Collection, ca. 1893-1915. Mainly American bookplates collected by the Holden family, including nine portfolios of bookplates, most from Massachusetts and New York areas, many by Edwin Davis French. (Printers Mss 33).
  • Holden [Frances] Oral History, 1992-1993. Interviews re Holden’s life and opera singer Lotte Lehmann. Performing Arts Project. (OH 7).
  • Holden [Frances] Papers. Correspondence, photographs and other personal/family material of a former President of the UCSB Library Friends group and companion of opera diva Lotte Lehmann. Part of a much larger bequest of books, which have been cataloged separately. (Mss 159).
  • Holguin [Robert] Papers. (CEMA 089).
  • Holinshed, Raphael (c.1525-1580). English historian, served as a major source for Shakespeare’s historical plays. Holdings include an early edition of Holinshed’s Chronicles (1587) [Spec DA130.H74 1587 vault], and a six-volume edition published in 1807 [Spec DA130.H74]; fine press edition of Holinshed’s Irish Chronicles (1979) by the Humanities Press [Spec DA930.H692 1979].
  • Holl [George E.] Woodcuts Collection, ca. 1930s. Two scrapbooks of woodcuts, clipped from various unidentified sources. (Printers Mss 36).
  • [Holland]. 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).
  • Holland [Ann] Papers, 1964-1985. Handouts and notes from various humanistic psychology workshops attended or facilitated by Holland, 1964-1978, as well as announcements and descriptions of workshops, 1972-1985. (HPA Mss 16).
  • Holland, Josiah Gilbert (1819-1881). One signed holograph poem, "Graduation." New York, 12 Feb. 1880. (SC 141).
  • Holliday [W. C.] Letters, 1864. Two Civil War era letters (ALS) from W. C. Holliday, chaplain of the 90th Ohio Volunteers. (Wyles SC 1003).
  • Hollister Family Photographs, ca. late 1800s. 11 cabinet card portraits, nine cartes de visite portraits, and one landscape cabinet photo of William Hollister in a grove, in front of his house. (SC 899).
  • [Hollywood]. Bradbury, Ray. One letter (TLS) to Matthew J. Bruccoli and one letter (TLS) from Bruccoli, with typescript response by Ray Bradbury, 1976, re publication of Bradbury’s Moby Dick screenplay and rights issues involving John Huston. (SC 622).
  • [Hollywood]. Ellison, Harlan (1934-    ). One letter (TLS) to Reverend and Mrs. F. W. Britton re American writer Ellison's disappointment with his screenplay for Joe Levine’s production of The Oscar. Sherman Oaks, California, 13 March 1984. (SC 623).
  • [Hollywood]. Herrmann [Bernard] Papers. Manuscripts and personal papers of film composer noted for his scores to Hitchcock and Orson Welles films. (PA Mss 3).
  • [Hollywood]. Radin [Paul] Oral History, 1999. Interviews on Radin’s role as a film producer and recollections of film stars such as Charles Chaplin, for whom he wrote the advertising campaign for Monsieur Verdoux, Charles Laughton, Heddy Lamar, Humphrey Bogart, and Yul Brynner. (OH 4).
  • [Hollywood]. Seven printed programs of movies shown at the California Theatre, “The Family Theatre” at 20 Canon Perdido St., Santa Barbara, CA, 1936-1937. (SC 743).
  • [Hollywood]. 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).
  • Hollywood Film Star Photographs, ca. 1930s-1940s. Collection of 30 b/w publicity shots,including John Barrymore, Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, Jimmy Durante, W. C. Fields, Clark Gable, Greta Garbo, Cary Grant, Jack Haley, Walter Huston, Harold Lloyd, Frederic March, George Raft, Mickey Rooney, and Akim Tamiroff. (SC 722).
  • Holme, John G. [24th New Jersey Vol., Co. B.]. One Civil War document: Commission, 1863. (Wyles SC 663).
  • [Holmes Family]. Personal and business papers of Alexander Holmes, and his son Joseph Alexander, of Kingston, Mass. Part of the Kingston Collection (Mss 57).
  • Holmes, Oliver Wendell (1809-1894). American writer and medical doctor. Holdings include Homœopathy and its Kindred Delusions (1842) [Spec RX85.H75], Poems (1846) [Spec PS1955.A1 1846], Astræa: The Balance of Illusions (1850) [Spec PS1959.A8 1850], The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table (1858) [Spec PS1964.A1 1858], Elsie Venner: A Romance of Destiny (1861) [Spec PS1960.A1 1861], Currents and Counter-Currents in Medical Science (1861) [Spec PS1965.A1 1861], The Poems of Oliver Wendell Holmes (1863) part of the “Books Lincoln Read” collection [Wyles E457.21.L51 H6], Our Hundred Days in Europe (1887) [Spec PS1972.O97 1887], Dorothy Q (1893) [Printers Z239.R54 H555], and The Autocrat’s Miscellanies (1959) [Wyles PS1952.A8]. Fine press edition of The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table (1955) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS1964.A1 1955].
  • Holmes, Oliver Wendell (1809-1894). One signed holograph poem. Beverly Farms, Massachusetts, 27 Sept. 1879. (SC 143).
  • Holmes, Oliver Wendell. One letter (ALS) and one signed holograph poem, "Under the Violets," for bereaved parent. Boston, 19 Jan. 1880. (SC 142).
  • Holt [Dennis] Collection, ca. 1978-1980. Poetry and ephemera by Holt, sent to Philip Whalen. (SC 145).
  • Holt, Dennis. One poem, "For IV." Santa Barbara, 1983. (SC 146).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Holy Land Photograph Album, ca. 1860. 29 albumen prints. (Bernath Mss 148).
  • Holzwarth [Adam] Collection, ca. 1909-1929. Correspondence and printed ephemera of an early 20th century anarchist who lived in Oregon, including several items relating to Emma Goldman, the International Workers of the World (IWW), Mother Earth Publishing Association, Father William E. Riker (a segregationist propagandist and promoter from Holy City, California), and a number of radical publishing houses. (Mss 48).
  • Hom (Nancy) Papers. Materials relating to the Chinese American cultural/visual artist. (CEMA 46).
  • Homer (c. 8th century BC). Greek poet of obscure origins; the epics attributed to him may have been composed by more than one person. Holdings include Παρεκβολαι εις την Ομηρου Ιλιαδα και Οδυσσειαν (1542) by Eustathius, in Greek [Spec PA4018.A3 1542], Ομηρου, Ιλιας και Οδυσσια: Homeri, Ilias & Odyssea (1711) featuring Greek and Latin parallel text [Spec PA4018.A2 1711], ‘Η του Ομηρου Ιλιας: Homeri Ilias (1747) [Printers Z239.2.F65 H6 1747], the two-volume Foulis Press set Της του Ομηρου Ιλιαδος ο Τομος Προτερος (1756) [Printers Z239.2.F65 H6 1756b vault] and Της του Ομηρου Οδυσσειας ο Τομος Προτερος (1758) [Printers Z239.2.F65 H6 1758b vault], The Odyssey of Homer (1796) translated by Alexander Pope [Spec PA4025.A5 P6 1796], and Odyssee (1872) translated into German by Johann Heinrich Voss [Spec PA4029.A5 V6]. Fine press editions of Homer’s works such as Echoes of Hellas (1887) by George C.W. Warr [Printers Z239.2.W4 H6] and The Whole Works of Homer, Prince of Poetts, in His Iliads and Odysses (1930) by George Chapman [Spec PA4025.A1 1930]; fine press editions of the Iliad by E. Schwartz (1923) [Printers Z239.5.S35 H6], the Limited Editions Club (1931) [Printers Z239.9.N4 E573], Heritage Press (1943) [Spec PA4025.A2 P6 1943], and The Death of Hector (1973) by René Hague and Peter Campbell [Printers Z239.2.S53 H33 1973]; fine press editions of the Odyssey by Chiswick Press (1901) [Printers Z239.2.C36 H5], the Medici Society (1924) [Printers Z239.2.M4 H6 1924], the Limited Editions Club (1931) [Printers Z239.9.N4 E574], the “Lawrence of Arabia” translation (1932) [Printers Z239.2.W3 H6 1932], Odysseus and Calypso (1956) by Herbert Schaumann and Robert Hall [Spec PA4025.A8 S4], the Heritage Press (1970) [Spec PA4025.A5 P6 1970], the Folio Society (1974) [Spec PA4025.A5 R5 1974], Odyssee: Die Heimkehr (1976) published in German by Josef Keller Verlag [Spec PA4029.A75 M37 1976 vault], and a new “Lawrence of Arabia” translation illustrated by Barry Moser for the Limited Editions Club (1981) [Spec PA4025.A5 L3 1981].
  • Honduras Photograph Album, ca. 1920-1925. 200+ b/w photographs of cities (San Pedro Sala, Choloma, Truxillo, Tela, Ornoa, Puerto Cortes, and La Lima), buildings, churches, haciendas, rural areas, coastal shipping facilities, railroads, bridges, mills, and sugar factories. Includes images of U.S. businessmen and Honduran workers, some related to the United Fruit Company and Cayarmel Fruit Company; many showing impact of U.S. investment on Honduras in the early 1920s. (Bernath Mss 91).
  • [Hong Kong]. 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).
  • [Hong Kong]. China and Hong Kong Photograph Album, ca. 1921-1922. (Bernath Mss 308).
  • [Hong Kong]. 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).
  • [Hong Kong]. 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).
  • [Hong Kong]. 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).
  • [Hong Kong]. Philippines, Hong Kong, and Japan Photograph Album, 1923-1924. 44 b/w snapshots, apparently taken by an American sailor. About half the images are of Philippine people and scenes on the island of Bohol, especially Tagbilaran, along with other parts of Philippines (Zamboango, Cebu, Mkindanao), street scenes in Japan (Yokohama and Kobe), and Hong Kong. (SC 834).
  • [Hong Kong]. 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).
  • Honolulu Photograph Album, 1911. (Wyles Mss 172).
  • Hood, John Bell [General CSA]. One engraved portrait. (Wyles SC 773).
  • Hooker, Joe [Joseph]. One engraving, in uniform, with inscription re making all heads same size (for composite image?), n.d.. (Wyles SC 62).
  • Hooker, Joseph [1814-1879; Civil War Union General]. One letter (ALS) to James W. Denver (California Congressman), seeking aid for appointment in the Paymaster General’s Department, at a time after he had resigned from the army and failed at farming. San Francisco, 2 May 1857. (Wyles SC 517).
  • Hooker, Richard (1554-1600). English theologian. Holdings include early editions of his major work, Of the Lawes of Ecclesiastical Politie from 1611 [Spec BV649.H8 1611 vault] and 1622 [Spec BV649.H6 1622 vault]; also The Works of That Learned and Judicious Divine, Mr. Richard Hooker (1676) [Spec BV649.H58 1676].
  • Hooper Family Letters, 1861. Three letters (ALS) from Ann (Sturgis) Hooper [wife of Masachusetts Congressman Samuel Hooper] and daughters Annie and Alice, April 1861. Written to Samuel Hooper at the outbreak of the Civil War and describing the uncertain climate in the Washington area at the time, as learned from their prominent social contacts with Charles Sumner, Secretary Hay, Gen. Scott, Col. Washington, Sen. Preston King, William Pennington of Maryland and others. Topics include mob rule in Maryland, union or secession loyalties of various leaders, proposed military maneuvers, and imminent attacks on Washington. (Wyles SC 951).
  • Hoover, Henry [Lieutenant, Iowa Infantry, 35th Regiment, Company D]. Civil War diary, 1862-1863. (Wyles SC 328).
  • 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).
  • Hoover, Herbert [U.S. Food Administrator]. Signed certificate of appreciation to Camille Pruett, [ca. 1918], and accompanying letter from State Teachers College and Junior College, Santa Barbara, 1925. (SC 466).
  • Hoover, Herbert [Secretary, U.S. Department of Commerce]. Three letters (TLS) to Pearl Chase re Better Homes in America campaigns, 1925-1926. (SC 147).
  • Hopkins, John W. Bills and receipts, ca. 1833-1849, of Baltimore, Maryland resident Hopkins. In: Nineteenth Century Americana Collection (Mss 2).
  • [Hopkins, Jonathan]. Auction Notice. One document (ADS), notice re sale of property of Jonathan Hopkins, 14 October 1800. (SC 10).
  • Hopper [Bruce Campbell] Collection, ca. 1910s-1970. Papers of a professor of government at Harvard who retired in Santa Barbara. Most important materials relate to his extensive travels in USSR and other parts of Europe and Asia in the 1920s and 1930s, and related research files that include some scarce and confidential reports from that period. Also includes correspondence, diaries, photographs, and publications. (Bernath Mss 10).
  • Horace (65-8 BC) [full name Quintus Horatius Flaccus]. Roman lyric poet, known for his satirical verse. Holdings include Q. Horatii Flacci: Liber de Arte Poetica (1550) [Spec PA6393.E6 1550], The Poems of Horace (1680) an early translation into English [Spec PA6394.A2 1680], Horacio Español (1682) an early translation into Spanish [Spec PA6393.C2 1682], the multilingual Emblemata Horatiana (1682) by Otto van Veen [Spec N7740.V32 1682], Opera (1733) [Spec PA6393.A2 1733], The Satires, Epistles, and Art of Poetry of Horace (1743) [Spec PA6393.S2 1743], Carmina Expurgata (1754) [Spec PA6393.A2 1754], the Foulis Press edition of Quintus Horatius Flaccus (1760) [Spec PA6393.A2 1760], Quinti Horati Flacci Opera Omnia (1910) [Spec PA6393.A2 1910], and El Arte Poetica de Horacio (1954) a facsimile of a 1592 translation into Spanish. Fine press editions of Odes of Horace (1901) by De Vinne Press [Printers Z239.D4 H6], The Satires of Horace (1905) by N.H. Dole [Printers Z239.D58 H6], Horati Carminum, Libri IV (1926) by Curwen Press [Printers Z239.2.C8 H6], and “The Country, That’s the Place to Live” (1940) by George and Helen Macy [Spec PA6396.A1 1940].
  • Horsfield, Agnes Conway. One letter (ALS) to Francis P. Farquhar of San Francisco (Dec. 30, 1939), along with three b/w snapshots, biographical sketch of her husband, George Horsfield (Director of Antiquities, Transjordan), and Christmas greeting card, with image of both of them, all laid in copy of her book, A Ride through the Balkans on Classic Ground with a Camera. (SC 948).
  • Horne, R. H. One printed document, "Copy of a Memorial forwarded in February, 1872, to the Right Honorable W. E. Gladstone, M.P., First Lord of the Treasury," re the importance of English author R. H. Horne’s literary works and public service. (SC 501).
  • Houghton, [?]. One letter (ALS) to Lord Rosslyn, re books he is sending, including some of his favorite poems. [London], July 31, 1889. (SC 425).
  • Houghton, Claude (1889-1961). Five letters (ALS) from English novelist to J. G. Wilson, mainly re sending copies of Houghton’s books to various parties including the Queen of Yugoslavia, 1932, 1943-1949. (SC 523).
  • House, Edward M. One typescript note (TNS) re autograph volumes of Captain Bissell and World War I. N.p., 15 Nov. 1928. (SC 148).
  • House [George] Civil War Correspondence, 1863-1865. Photocopies of original letters (in German) and typescript translations. (Wyles SC 704).
  • 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).
  • Houston [John] Bolivia Letter Book, 1870s. (Bernath Mss 59).
  • Houston, T. T. [Private]. One letter from T. T. Houston on the U.S.S. Southampton, anchored at the Navy Yard, to parents mostly about personal matters. New York, 5 Apr. 1854. (Wyles SC 568).
  • Howard, Oliver O. [Major General, New York Infantry, 141st Regiment]. One Civil War letter (ALS). Augusta, Maine, 7 Feb. 1864. (Wyles SC 376).
  • Howard, O[liver] O. [Civil War Union General]. Portrait. (Wyles SC 761).
  • <<a href="http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt9m3nc8tk/">Howarth (F. M.) Drawing Collection, 1889-1890. Eleven original cartoon line drawings on boards, varying sizes, which appeared in the old Life Magazine. Howarth, an American artist known for his stylized characters, also drew for other humor magazines of the day, such as Puck. (SC 720).
  • Howells, William Dean (1837-1920). American writer and journalist. Holdings include Suburban Sketches (1871) [Spec PS2029.S8 1871], Sketches of the Life and Character of Rutherford B. Hayes (1876) [Wyles E682.H6], A Counterfeit Presentment (1877) [Spec PS2027.C6 1877], The Lady of Aroostook (1879) [Spec PS2025.L34 1879], Doctor Breen’s Practice (1881) [Spec PS2025.D6 1881], Tuscan Cities (1886) [Spec DG734.H85], A Sea-Change (1888) [Spec PS2027.S4 1888], The Shadow of a Dream (1890) [Spec PS2025.S5 1890], Venetian Life (1892) [Spec DG675.6.H6 1892b], The Coast of Bohemia (1893) [Spec PS2025.C6], A Traveler from Alturia (1894) [Spec PS2025.T7 1894], The Day of Their Wedding (1896) [Spec PS2025.D28 1896], Ragged Lady (1899) [Spec PS2025.R33 1899], Their Silver Wedding Journey (1899) [Spec PS2025.T5 1899], A Pair of Patient Lovers (1901) [Spec PS2028.P3 1901], Letters Home (1903) [Spec PS2025.L47 1903], London Films (1905) [Spec PS2029.L65 1905], Through the Eye of the Needle (1907) [Spec PS2025.T55 1907], Roman Holidays (1908) [Spec PS2029.R64 1908], Seven English Cities (1909) [Spec PS2029.S48 1909], The Daughter of the Storage (1916) [Spec PS2025.D37], and Life of Abraham Lincoln (1938) [Wyles E457.H69].
  • Howells, William Dean [author and literary critic]. One letter (ALS) to Mr. [?] Thomas, talking about water pipes freezing in the house he is renting. 18 Jan. 1892. (Wyles SC 396).
  • Howells, William Dean. One note (AN), declining invitation. 19 Mar. 1892. (Wyles SC 397).
  • Howells, William Dean (1837-1920). One letter (ALS) to Mrs. [?] Kahn, including lines from his poem “The Thorn.” Boston, 11 Jan. 1880. (SC 149).
  • 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).
  • Hoyt (Dibblee) Collection, ca. 1930s-1940s. Horse racing records, photos, and clippings from Rancho San Julian, near Lompoc. (SBHC Mss 70).
  • 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).
  • Hsiang (Bob) Papers. (CEMA 108).
  • Hubbard, Elbert (1856-1915). One letter (ALS) to William [Winter?], on personal stationery watermarked with his portrait. [Roycroft], East Aurora, New York, 7 March 1912. (SC 150).
  • Huerta [Alberto] Collection, 1977, 1982. Six framed color photographs, 1977, of Jorge de Sena and José Luis López Arangueren and others; and 27 slides of Jorge de Sena, youth to time in Santa Barbara, copies of photographs, courtesy of Mecia de Sena, July 1982. Huerto is in several of the color prints. (Mss 233).
  • Huffman, Laton Alton. Four black/white copy prints of a Montana roundup, taken by Western photographer Laton Alton Huffman, of Miles City, Montana, ca. 1905, 1913. (Wyles SC 656).
  • Huffman, Laton Alton. One black/white framed photograph, by western photographer Huffman, of a cowboy on horseback, and cattle, n.d. (Wyles SC 596).
  • Huffman, Laton Alton. One b/w 8" x 10" mounted print of Yellowstone River, 1906. (Wyles SC 637).
  • Huffmann, Laton Alton. One mounted copy of a black/white photo, “Old Cheyenne ‘’Two Moons,’ Blind and Aged,” 1910. (Wyles SC 913).
  • Huffman, L[aton] A[lton]. Two mounted black and white panoramic photographs: “The Old Lubar Cow Camp, Little Dry, Cohagen, Mont. Built in 1884” and untitled scene with horses in foreground and trees in background, probably also Montana, n.d. (Wyles SC 691).
  • Huglin [Henry C.] Collection, 1965-1995. Writings of Brigadier General Henry C. Huglin, USAF Ret., including his newspaper column, “Affairs of Nations,” 1973-1977, and other essays, most written ca. 1965-1966, for broadcast as commentaries on the Pacifica Radio Network. Also two open reel tapes of Huglin speaking at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, 1965-1966. (Mss 164).
  • Hugo, Victor Marie (1802-1885). French writer. Holdings include Téatre de Victor Hugo (1843) [Spec PQ2281.D2 1843], William Shakespeare (1864) [Spec PR2896.H78], and Pour un Soldat (1875) [Spec PQ2289.P8 1875b vault]. Fine press editions of Notre-Dame de Paris (1930) [Printers Z257.H86 1930], Les Misérables (1938) [Printers Z239.L5 H8], The Toilers of the Sea (1960) [Spec PQ2289.T7 E55 1960], and The Battle of Waterloo (1977) [Spec PQ2286.A455 1977], all by the Limited Editions Club.
  • Hugo, Victor Marie (1802-1885). One letter (ALS) in French, to John Wilks, referring to a number of his [Hugo’s] works, 19 Feb. n.y. (SC 151).
  • Hull, Cordell. One matted b/w photograph, inscribed “To Hon. Cecil R. King, with highest esteem, Cordell Hull.” (SC 763).
  • Hull, Cordell (Secretary of State). Telegram to Rita Fikkert, advising that Gloria Fikkert and grandparents are well and remaining in the Netherlands. Washington, D.C., 13 July 1940. (SC 426). See also: Rita Fikkert Collection (Bernath Mss 26 and PA Mss 8).
  • 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).
  • Human Relations Institute (Santa Barbara, CA). Leaflets and flyers, ca. 1985-1988. (HPA SC 52).
  • Humanist Center and Humanist Fellowship of San Diego. Newsletter, 1988. (HPA SC 53).
  • Humanist Century (San Diego, CA). Newsletter, ca. 1985-1986. (HPA SC 54).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Andersdatter, Karla. Manuscripts and leaflets, 1985-1990. (HPA SC 1).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Andrews, Michael F. Articles and art education bibliographies, 1961-1983. (HPA SC 2).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Assagioli, Roberto. Typescripts and articles, ca. 1970s. (HPA SC 3).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Associates for Human Resources (Concord, MA). Pamphlets, program brochures, and catalogs, 1969-1986. (HPA SC 4).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Association for Humanistic Education (Carrolton, GA). Flyers, 1989. (HPA SC 5).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Association for Humanistic Psychology in Britain. Leaflet, 1986. (HPA SC 6).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Association for Humanistic Psychology (AHP) Records, 1966-1992. AHP was formed in 1962 by Abraham Maslow, Carl Rogers, Charlotte Buhler, Rollo May, Virginia Satir and other founders of the personal growth movement. The collection contains institutional records relating to administration, publishing, regional associations, and conferences. (HPA Mss 1).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Association for Psychotheatrics (Sacramento, CA). Newsletter, n.d. (HPA SC 7).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. AVANTA Network Oral History, 1991, 1996. Interviews with leaders of the network founded by family therapist Virginia Satir in 1977. (OH 16).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Awareness Center (Chicago, IL). Flyer, n.d. (HPA SC 8).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Bakan, David. Speech, 7 Sept. 1971. (HPA SC 9).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Berkshire Center for Psychosynthesis. Flyers, 1984-1985. (HPA SC 10).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Berman, Ruth (and Connie Kuntz). Leaflets, 1983-1987. (HPA SC 11).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Biocentric Institute. Leaflets, 1979-1980s. (HPA SC 12).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Bodymind Center (Chicago, IL). Flyer, 1981. (HPA SC 13).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Broadbent Medical/Psychiatric Clinic and Growth Center (Long Beach, CA). Leaflets, ca. 1970s. (HPS SC 14).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Brother Charles. Leaflets, ca. 1980s. (HPA SC 15).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Brown [George I.] Papers, 1962-1990. Materials relating to Brown’s confluent education program at the University of California, Santa Barbara. (HPA Mss 3).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Brown [George I.] Papers, 1955-1990. Papers contain publications, correspondence, professional and biographical files, subject files on confluent education and Gestalt therapy, and teaching files of the UCSB professor emeritus of education. (UArch FacP 4).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Bugental [James F. T.] Oral History, 1991. Interviews with the humanistic-existential psychotherapist and first president of the Association for Humanistic Psychology. Humanistic psychology project. (OH 22).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Bugental [James F. T.] Papers, 1980-1992. Includes material relating to Bugental’s work as a consultant, as well as examples of his lectures, teaching, writing. (HPA Mss 4).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. California Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. Workshop program, 1977. (HPA SC 16).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. California Self-Esteem Task Force Meetings, 1987. Humanistic psychology project. (OH 114).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. 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).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Casa de Maria (Santa Barbara, CA). Leaflets, 1968-1978. (HPA SC 17).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. CEDARC (Santa Barbara, CA). Flyer for confluent education conference, 1977. (HPA SC 18).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Center for Applied Intuition (San Francisco, CA). Flyer for conference on the role of intuition in psychotherapy, 1988. (HPA SC 19).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Center for Contextual Study (Berkeley, CA). Flyer, n.d. (HPA SC 21).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Center for Creative Change (Newbury Park, CA). Flyers, ca. 1986. (HPA SC 20).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Center for Integral Medicine (Pacific Palisades, CA). Flyers, 1977-1978. (HPA SC 22).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Center for Jung Studies of Detroit. Leaflet, 1984-1985. (HPA SC 134).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Center for Process Studies (Claremont, CA). Leaflets, 1986-1987. (HPA SC 23).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. 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).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Chesbro, Patricia. Manuscripts and leaflets, 1975-1987. (HPA SC 23).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Claremont, CA Jung Society. Leaflets, 1989. (HPA SC 135).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Clark, John Alden. Biographical notes, correspondence, journal articles, 1932-1978. (HPA SC 25).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Combs [Arthur W.] Papers, 1949-1979. Bibliography and annotated proofs/drafts from psychologist and educator Combs. (HPA Mss 6).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Common Boundary, Inc. Conference brochure, 1987. (HPA SC 26).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Confluent Community (UCSB). Directory, 1970s. (HPA SC 27).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Crittenden, Robert. Article and leaflet, 1989. (HPA SC 28).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Crossroads Communication Program (San Francisco, CA). Flyers, ca. 1975. (HPA SC 29).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Delos Corporation (Sherman Oaks, CA). Leaflet, n.d. (HPA SC 30).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Dixon, David R. Vitae, notes on transpersonal psychology, published articles, unpublished papers, underground magazine, ca. 1970-1989. (HPA SC 31).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Du Pont - die Bie, Alexis I. Vitae, leaflets, papers, 1980s. (HPA SC 32).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Easton-Berger, Miriam. Articles, leaflets, audiocassettes. (HPA SC 33).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Experiential Training Center (Chicago, IL). Flyers, 1975. (HPA SC 34).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Explorations Institute (Berkeley, CA). Leaflets, 1973-1978. (HPA SC 35).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Expressive Therapy Institute (Santa Rosa, CA). Flyer, 1988. (HPA SC 36).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Family Education and Counseling Center (Goleta, CA). Flyers, 1976. (HPA SC 37).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Family Synergy (Los Angeles, CA). Leaflets and newsletter, 1972-1984. (HPA SC 38).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Fidelman, Selwyn N. Articles and papers about Clinton Valley Center (Pontiac, MI), ca. 1979-1988. (HPA SC 39).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Fiebert, Martin S. Papers and teaching materials, ca. 1986. (HPA SC 40).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Fielding Institute (Santa Barbara, CA). Flyer, n.d. (HPA SC 41).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Frank, Marion Rudin. Vitae, leaflets, and articles, 1980s. (HPA SC 42).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Gagnon, John H. Vitae, biographical notes, and articles, ca. 1983-1986. (HPA SC 43).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Gale [Raymond F.] Papers, 1968-1990. Typescripts of published books and papers, notes, exercises, lectures, and other works by Gale, professor of humanistic psychology at Ball State University, 1962-1983. (HPA Mss 11).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Gestalt Growth Center, Ltd. (Phoenix, AZ). Leaflet, 1980. (HPA SC 126).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Gestalt Institute of Chicago. Leaflets, 1975-1983. (HPA SC 128).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, Inc. Leaflet, 1982. (HPA SC 127).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Gestalt Institute of Minnesota. Leaflets, 1976-1977. (HPA SC 129).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Gestalt Institute of Oakbrook (IL). Leaflets, 1975-1984. (HPA SC 130).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Gestalt Journal. Leaflets, 1979-1989. (HPA SC 131).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Gestalt Training Center of San Diego. Leaflets, 1976-1981. (HPA SC 132).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Gianetto, Jody. Report and memos, 1971. (HPA SC 44).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Giorgio, Amedeo. Vita and articles, 1962-1987. (HPA SC 45).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Glendale [CA] Humanistic Psychological Center. Flyer, 1987. (HPA SC 46).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Greening, Thomas. Articles, lists and index; correspondence to and from Carl Rogers re Journal of Humanistic Psychology; correspondence to and from Bertha Maslow re Abe Maslow article in Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 1971-1982. (HPA SC 47).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Grenander, M. E. Articles, book reviews, aned Institute for Humanistic Studies flyer and newsletters, 1975-1988. (HPA SC 125).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Grof, Stanislav. Correspondence and leaflets, 1967-1987. (HPA SC 48).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Haigh, Gerard. Articles and correspondence, ca. 1948-1985. (HPA SC 49).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Hassard, Jack. Course syllabi re humanistic education and science and human values, ca. 1974-1983. (HPA SC 50).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. High Point Foundation (Fresno, CA). Conference Program, 1977. (HPA SC 51).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Holland [Ann] Papers, 1964-1985. Handouts and notes from various humanistic psychology workshops attended or facilitated by Holland, 1964-1978, as well as announcements and descriptions of workshops, 1972-1985. (HPA Mss 16).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Human Relations Institute (Santa Barbara, CA). Leaflets and flyers, ca. 1985-1988. (HPA SC 52).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Humanist Center and Humanist Fellowship of San Diego. Newsletter, 1988. (HPA SC 53).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Humanist Century (San Diego, CA). Newsletter, ca. 1985-1986. (HPA SC 54).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Humanistic Transdisciplinary Association. Flyer re conference and journal, Consciousness and Culture, 1977. (HPA SC 55).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Huxley Institute for Biosocial Research. Newsletter, 1975-1983. (HPA SC 56).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Institute for Consciousness and Music (Port Townsend, WA). Newsletter and flyers, ca. 1986. (HPA SC 57).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Institute for Creative Aging. Conference program, 1977. (HPA SC 58).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Institute for General Semantics (Englewood, NJ). Programs and flyers, ca. 1988-1990. (HPA SC 63).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Institute for Music and Imagery (Port Townsend, WA). Newsletter and flyers, ca. 1986. (HPA SC 59).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy (New York, NY). Catalog, 1990. (HPA SC 60).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Institute for Psychological Study of Arts (IPSA) (Gainesville, FL). Newsletter, 1989. (HPA SC 70).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Institute for the Advancement of Human Behavior (Stanford, CA). Programs and flyers, ca. 1981-1990. (HPA SC 61).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Institute for the Natural Person (Chicago, IL). Flyer, n.d. (HPA SC 62).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Institute of Healing (Santa Maria, CA). Flyer, n.d. (HPA SC 64).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Institute of Human Abilities (Oakland, CA). Newsletter, 1975. (HPA SC 65).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Institute of Human Development (Ojai, CA). Catalogs, 1986-1987. (HPA SC 66).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Institute of Noetic Sciences (Sausalito, CA). Mailings, ca. 1975. (HPA SC 67).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. International Transactional Analysis Association (San Francisco, CA). Conference programs and flyers, ca. 1979-1990. (HPA SC 68).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Intuitus Center (Santa Barbara, CA). Correspondence and flyers, 1975. (HPA SC 69).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Iritani, Tadaichira. Letter (photocopy), 15 Dec. 1988. (HPA SC 71).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Jacobs [Dorri] Papers, 1971-1989. Writings, biographical and promotional materials, workshop materials, and audio cassette recordings from Jacobs, a humanistic educator whose work focused on movement and expression. (HPA Mss 17).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Jonathan Parker’s Gateway Institute (Ojai, CA). Catalog, 1990. (HPA SC 73).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Jones, Richard M. Articles, 1982, n.d. (HPA SC 124).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Kairos Institute (Rancho Santa Fe, CA). Flyers, 1971. (HPA SC 74).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Karen, Ann Elizabeth. Letter and workshop program, 1976. (HPA SC 75).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Keleman [Stanley] Papers, 1974-1990. Materials relating to Keleman, a prominent figure in the field of somatic therapy and director of the Center for Energetic Studies in Berkeley, where he teaches and maintains a private practice. (HPA Mss 19).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Koehne [John L. Jr.] Collection, 1966-1973. Ephemera from the late 1960s and early 1970s relating to the burgeoning alternative culture as it intercepted with the humanistic psychology movement, collected by Koehne, CIA agent turned "seeker." (HPA Mss 20).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. La Jolla Program. Mailings, 1971-1974. (HPA SC 72).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Langs [Robert] Papers, 1987. Manuscript and galley proofs for psychiatrist Langs’ book, A Primer of Psychotherapy. (HPA Mss 21).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Larson [Gene] Collection, ca. 1976-1986. Catalogs and ephemera relating to the Topanga Center in Los Angeles. (HPA Mss 22).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Lasser, Eric. Correspondence and leaflets re Carl Rogers and personal issues, ca. 1985-1989. (HPA SC 76).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Leake, Chauncey D. Papers, ca. 1950s. (HPA SC 77).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Leonard [George] Papers. Large collection of personal and professional papers from the author of numerous books on human possibility and social change. Includes writings and research from his tenure as senior editor at Look magazine from 1953 to 1970. (HPA Mss 50).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Lifwynn Foundation (Westport, CT). Bibliography and articles, ca. 1984-1987. (HPA SC 78).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Living Loving Learning Center (Topanga, CA). Leaflets and articles, ca. 1985-1989. (HPA SC 79).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Logotherapy. Typescript bibliography, 1987. (HPA SC 80).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Manas (Los Angeles, CA). Newsletter, scattered issues, 1962-1988. (HPA SC 83).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Maron, Stanley Owen. Correspondence, bibliography, published and unpublished artricles, ca. 1954-1988. (HPA SC 84).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Maslow [Abraham] Papers, 1943-1968. Reprints of Maslow’s articles. (HPA Mss 23).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. May [Rollo] Papers, 1918-1995. Extensive manuscript and audiovisual collection from well-known humanistic psychotherapist and popular author Rollo May. (HPA Mss 46).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. McCabe, George. Proposal for humanistic psychology concentration in M.A. psychology program at Sonoma State University, California, 1964. (HPA SC 81).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. McDill, Samuel. “I’m Ok, You’re OK” course at Santa Barbara City College, n.d. (HPA SC 82).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Meca [Andrew] Oral History. Interview with the Director of the California Self-Esteem Task Force. Humanistic Psychology Project. (OH 64).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Melia Foundation Records, 1983-1987. Extensive collection of audio and video recordings from the foundation’s Berkeley Program in integrative psychology, with lectures, workshops, seminars and other events focusing on spirituality and the human potential movement. Represented in the recordings — made between February 1983 and June 1987 — are individuals such as James Bugental, Jane Jacobs, Bruno Bettelheim, Jack Kornfield, and Herbert V. Guenther. (HPA Mss 49).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Menkin [Eva L.] and Weininger [Ben] Collection, 1972-1978. Drafts of and correspondence relating to the writings of psychiatrist/psychoanalyst Ben Weininger, and marriage and family counselor Eva Menkin. (HPA Mss 24).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Miller, Emmett E. Flyers, brochures, and guide re Source Cassette Learning Systems (Stanford, CA), ca. 1980-1987. (HPA SC 85).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Milton, Harold. Flyers and brochures re Harold Milton Associates (Santa Barbara, CA), ca. 1983-1987. (HPA SC 86).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Mirror. Publication of Self-Studies Foundation, Inc., July 1989 issue. (HPA SC 87).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Moustakas [Clark] Papers, 1951-1985. Article reprints collected by Moustakas, humanistic psychotherapist. (HPA Mss 26).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. National Center for the Exploration of Human Potential (San Diego, CA). Brochures, 1975-1977. (HPA SC 88).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. New Age Forum of Santa Barbara. Newsletter, 1977. (HPA SC 89).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. New England Center for Personal and Organizational Development, Inc. (Amherst, MA). Brochures, ca. 1975-1977. (HPA SC 90).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Norton [David L.] Papers, 1960-1990. Correspondence, drafts, and notes from Norton’s writings on government, moral development. (HPA Mss 27).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Nuttin, Joseph. Correspondence (photocopies) to and from Carl Rogers, 1962-1966. (HPA SC 92).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Oasis Collection, 1979-1988. Catalogs and ephemera from the Oasis Center for Human Potential in Chicago. (HPA Mss 28).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. O’Connell, Walter E. Vita, bibliography, and audiocassettes re oral histories and audio-seminar, ca. 1987-1988. (HPA SC 93).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Ohashi Institute. Vita, brochures, articles, and press releases re Wataru Ohashi and his technique, Ohashiatsu, ca. 1977-1987. (HPA SC 94).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Orent [Sander] Papers, 1988. Drafts and proofs of Dr. Orent’s book, Stress and the Heart. (HPA Mss 29).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Parker, Don H. Corresopndence, bibliography, reprints of articles, brochures, and photographs re Science Research Associates, Inc., and personal career, ca. 1973-1989. (HPA SC 95).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Pastoral Counseling Ministry (PCM) Institute. Brochures and flyers, ca. 1975-1978. (HPA SC 97).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Pathwork Foundation. Brochures, ca. 1987-1988. (HPA SC 96).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Perez, Joseph F. Corrected proofs of monograph, Relationships, ca. 1988. (HPA SC 98).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Perls, Frederick. American Psychology Association (APA) Convention paper, delivered 1966. (HPA SC 99).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Personal Counseling Center of Santa Barbara (CA). Flyers, ca. 1967-1971. (HPA SC 100).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Primal Institute (Los Angeles, CA). Clipping re Arthur Janov and newsletter, 1971, 1978. (HPA SC 101).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Professional Counseling Clinic (Santa Barbara, CA). Flyers, ca. 1973. (HPA SC 102).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Professional School of Psychological Studies (San Diego, CA). Brochures and flyers, ac. 1985-1986. (HPA SC 103).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Psychosynthesis Collection, ca. 1969-1983. Newsletters and other ephemera pertaining to psychosynthesis. (HPA Mss 30).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Reasoner [Robert] Self-Esteem Collection. Materials donated by Robert Reasoner, founder the National Council for Self-Esteem and president of the International Council for Self-Esteem, relating to the California Center for Self-Esteem, National Association for Self-Esteem, International Council for Self-Esteem, and his own work. Also includes materials from Betty Hatch, who was also involved in the National Council/Association for Self-Esteem and donated several boxes of their organizational records. (HPA Mss 52).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Re-Evaluation Counseling (Santa Barbara, CA). Newsletters and flyers, ca. 1971. (HPA SC 104).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Robitscher [Jonas B.] Papers, 1966-1982. Some correspondence but mainly Robitscher’s writings, primarily on psychiatry and the law. (HPA Mss 31).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Rogers [Carl R.] Collection, 1902-1990. Select papers of Carl R. Rogers; records from his association with the Center for the Studies of the Person, a group he co-founded; and reprint articles from the Carl Rogers Memorial Library. Also, an extensive audio collection of Rogers’s and other CSP members’ lectures and seminars. (HPA Mss 32).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Rogers [Carl] Oral History. Interviews with client-centered psychotherapist Rogers, former students and associates such as John Schlien and Alberto Zucconi. Humanistic psychology project. (OH 2).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Rosenberg-Rand Institute of Integrative Body Psychotherapy (Santa Monica, CA). Newsletter, flyers, and clippings, ca. 1985-1988. (HPA SC 105).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Saltzman, Nolan. Typescript autobiography and articles, ca. 1986-1987. (HPA SC 106).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Sandstone Center (Topanga, CA). Calendars, 1975-1976. (HPA SC 107).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Satir [Virginia] Collection, 1916-1993. Extensive collection of personal and professional manuscript materials, organizational records, and audiovisual materials from the noted family therapist. (HPA Mss 45).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Satir [Virginia] Oral History. Interviews with family therapist Satir. (OH 82).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Saybrook Institute (San Francisco, CA). Catalog, 1985-1986. (HPA SC 108).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Self Determination (Santa Clara, CA). Flyer, directory, and journal, ca. 1977-1979. (HPA SC 109).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Selver [Charlotte] Papers, 1957-1995. Personal and professional correspondence, writings, and sound records of Charlotte Selver, student of Elsa Gindler in Europe, and the person who introduced sensory awareness to the U.S. Closely connected to the Esalen Institute and San Francisco Zen Center. Her work is continued by the Sensory Awareness Foundation. (HPA Mss 33).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Severin, Francis T. Vita and articles, ca, 1953-1974. (HPA SC 110).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Shapiro [Stewart] Oral History, 1990. Life history of the UCSB professor of confluent education and clinical psychologist. (OH 84).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Shapiro [Stewart B.] Papers, 1966-1987. Materials from a UCSB professor of confluent education, relating to the humanistic psychology movement. (HPA Mss 34).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Simon [Sidney] Papers, 1951-1989. Materials re the humanistic psychology movement. (HPA Mss 35).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Sonoma Institute (Bodega, CA). Flyers, ca. 1980. (HPA SC 111).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Sonoma State College Conference Records. Humanistic psychology. (HPA Mss 36).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Spiritual Emergence Network. Newsletter of the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology (Menlo Park, CA), 1986. (HPA SC 112).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Stivers, Eugene H. Correspondence and articles, ca. 1984-1988. (HPA SC 113).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. 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).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Sutich, Anthony. Correspondence (photocopies) as editor of the Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 1967-1968. (HPA SC 114).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Synthesis Graduate School for the Study of Man (San Francisco, CA). Catalog, 1978-1979. (HPA SC 115).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Szasz [Thomas S.] Papers, ca. 1976-1989. Annotated typescripts of three books by Szasz: Psychiatric Slavery, Heresies, and The Myth of Psychotherapy. (HPA Mss 37).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Tannenbaum [Robert] Oral History. Humanistic psychology project. (OH 92).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Tannenbaum [Robert] Papers, 1942-1987. Files and videocassettes of a professor at UCLA’s Anderson Graduate School of Management, mainly pertaining to the Western Training Lab, Tannebaum’s work there with small group processes such as Sensitivity Training and T-Groups, and his career in organizational development. (HPA Mss 38).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Teachnology (Santa Barbara, CA). Newsletter, 1990. (HPA SC 116).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Thomas, Hobart F. Correspondence, papers, articles, and academic programs, ca. 1960s-1980s. (HPA SC 117).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Topanga Center of Human Development (Topanga, CA). Flyers. ca. 1973-1979. (HPA SC 118).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Transpersonal Psychology Collection, ca. 1977-1981. Ephemera, newsletters, and publications. (HPA Mss 39).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. University for Humanistic Studies (Del Mar, CA). Flyer and schedule of classes, 1986. (HPA SC 120).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), Confluent Education Program. Flyers, newsletter, and curricula, ca. 1976-1984. (HPA SC 119).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. 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).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Walker, Ralph H. Flyers and articles, ca. 1987-1988. (HPA SC 121).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Warmoth [Arthur] Papers, 1974. Drafts and notes for Humanistic Perspective, vol. II, a textbook edited by Warmoth. (HPA Mss 40).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Washington (D.C.) Gestalt Center. Leaflets, 1976-1977. (HPA SC 133).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Watts [Alan] Papers. Includes approximately ninety audio recordings of programs given by Alan Watts and recorded at the Esalen Institute and by Pacifica Radio, among other sources. (HPA Mss 41).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Webster [Mary Beth] Papers, 1986. Slide presentation called “Portraits of Peacemakers,” including slides and transcript. (HPA Mss 42).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. White Lotus Foundation (Santa Barbara, CA). Flyer, 1987. (HPA SC 122).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Wolchik [Sharlene], and Paul Karoly Collection, 1986. Proof of Children of Divorce. (HPA Mss 43).
  • [Humanistic Psychology]. Yeomans [Thomas] Papers. Personal and professional papers of Thomas Yeomans, founder and director of the Concord Institute, an educational institute founded in 1990 to provide post-graduate professional training in global/spiritual psychology and group leadership. Collection includes course planning materials in psychosynthesis, sound recordings pertaining to psychosynthesis and spiritual psychology, and video recordings of sessions and group leadership work development. (HPA Mss 51).
  • Humanistic Transdisciplinary Association. Flyer re conference and journal, Consciousness and Culture, 1977. (HPA SC 55).
  • [Humor]. Fisher, Bud. Mutt and Jeff Joke Book, 1911. (SC 813).
  • Humphreys & Glasgow (Accountants). One note (ANS) to unidentified senator introducing Mr. Humphreys who will undertake the examination that the senator requested. Washington, D.C., Jan. 30, 1899. (Wyles SC 1071).
  • 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).
  • Humphries (Marie) Oil Scrapbook, ca. 1934-1938. Small scrapbook with clippings, many from a column in the Santa Barbara Daily News entitled “In the Oilfields,” with latest news on drilling on the Santa Barbara Mesa and Elwood fields, as well as Ventura (incl. [Robert] Moran’s Oil Ridge Oil Co.), and Palos Verdes Hills area, many describing Humphries’ Rolling Hills Petroleum Co. ventures. Also, several black and white snapshots of Humphries, Mesa drilling, and other unidentified oil fields. (SC 1113).
  • Hungarian Photograph Collection, 1944-1946. (Bernath Mss 118).
  • [Hungary]. 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).
  • [Hungary]. Muses, Charles Arthur. Manuscript 1866-1867 diary, in French, possibly by a relative of Montecito resident Muses. Includes description and sketch maps of Toth and Mogyorod, in present day Hungary. (SC 459).
  • [Hungary]. 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).
  • Hunter, Dard (1883-1966). One letter (TLS) from Dard Hunter, American authority on printing, paper, and papermaking, to Matthew J. Bruccoli, American scholar and professor of English, re visit of latter. Chillicothe, Ohio, 4 June 1962. (SC 558).
  • 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).
  • Hurley, Edward N. One letter (TLS) to Dan D. Griffiths of Chicago re shipbuilding program. U.S. Shipping Board, Washington, 30 July 1917. (Wyles SC 120).
  • [Hurst Family]. Eberitt and Hurst Families Civil War Letters, 1861-1865. Third Ohio Infantry. (Wyles Mss 125).
  • [Hurst, Fred]. Mills [Robert] Collection. Photocopies of Fred Hurst Civil War correspondence, mainly 1861-1863, and Selim E. Woodworth diary, re Donner relief party, winter of 1846-1847. (Wyles SC 697).
  • Huse [Charles E.] Diary, 1850-1857. Typescript draft of the diary, edited by William Henry Ellison and translated (from the Spanish) by Francis Price. The original two-volume manuscript diary is housed in the Santa Barbara Historical Society Library. Huse was a Harvard graduate who came to California shortly after the Gold Rush, first to San Francisco, then Santa Barbara. Much of the diary describes the transition of Santa Barbara from the Spanish to the American way of life. (Wyles Mss 5).
  • Hussey [Roland D.] Collection, 1943-1946. Files acquired with Hussey’s book collection, including research and analysis reports from the Office of Strategic Services, mainly relating to the Sinarquista Movement in Mexico during World War II. (Bernath Mss 16).
  • [Hutchins, Robert M.]. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) Collection, 1950-1991 [bulk dates 1961-1987]. Correspondence, presentations, publications, and audiovisual materials relating to Hutchins’ involvement with the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) may be found in the CSDI Collection (Mss 18).
  • 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 the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI). (Mss 154).
  • [Huttenback, Robert]. 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).
  • [Huxley, Aldous]. Eschelbach [Claire John] Papers, ca. 1959-1971. Mainly material relating to UCSB librarian Eschelbach’s Aldous Huxley bibliography. (UArch FacP 11).
  • [Huxley, Aldous]. One note (ANS) from Laura A. Huxley to J. G. Moore, re permission to quote and stating that Aldous’ body was cremated. Los Angeles, California, 25 July 1965. Also four black and white b/w photographs of Huxley in Los Angeles, two earlier ones taken by George Feroff, n.d., and two, 1963. (SC 656).
  • Huxley, Aldous. One black and white photograph of Aldous Huxley, signed and dated 1959. (SC 655).
  • Huxley, Aldous. One inscribed poem, for Verne Jensen, entitled “Fifth Philosopher’s Song.” N.p., n.d. (SC 645).
  • Huxley, Aldous. One letter (ALS), aerogramme to A. Srihari Rao, stating that “I don’t wear spectacles & still think that practice of the Bates Method is in many cases very helpful.” Los Angeles, California, 14 July 1963. (SC 646).
  • Huxley, Aldous. One letter (ALS), signed A. L. Huxley, to Sir John C. Squire, founder and editor of the London Mercury and a poet, pleading ignorance in relation to some bibliographical business in the London Mercury. London, 30 Dec. 1919. (SC 657).
  • Huxley, Aldous. One letter (ALS) to a Mrs. Bell, declining invitation to speak. Berkeley, California, 6 Feb. 1962. (SC 647).
  • Huxley, Aldous. One letter (ALS) to a Mrs. Gielgud, regarding problems with missing luggage of son Matthew on a train trip from London to Paris. Paris, 11 Jan. 1930. (SC 652).
  • Huxley, Aldous. One letter (ALS) to Bertram [Cl…?], saying he has no suitable item for anthologizing and decrying blood sports as “aesthetically disgusting and ethically wrong.” [London?], 11 Feb. 1935. (SC 658).
  • Huxley, Aldous. One letter (ALS) to Dr. Sweet, saying that “I’m returning your cheque, as I don’t know when I will be publishing another book & the chances are that between now and then I’d have lost your address…”. San Cristobal, N.M., 12 June 1937. (SC 650).
  • Huxley, Aldous. One letter (ALS) to Henry Tracy, of Hollywood, saying that he is “…thinking about a novel I don’t seem to be able to write, thinking about the linguistic basis of literature, thinking about politics in relation to psychology.” La Gorguette, Sanary, 13 May 1934. (SC 644).
  • Huxley, Aldous. One letter (ALS) to Miss Mary Dwyer, regarding her difficulty reconciling Huxley’s statement in Tomorrow and Tomorrow that “God is love,” with all the evil and suffering in the world. New York, 7 Oct. 1957. Also, one note (ANS) from Dwyer about the circumstances prompting her initial letter to Huxley and his response. Santa Barbara, California, 27 Mar. 1976. (SC 654).
  • Huxley, Aldous. One letter (ALS) to Miss Olive van Horn, saying that “…I am not an American citizen and, tho’ in sympathy with what you are doing, feel that it is not for me to intervene in a matter of strictly American politics and law.” Los Angeles, California, 7 Aug. 1960. (SC 648).
  • Huxley, Aldous. One letter (ALS) to Mr. E. L. Morrow of Warwick, R.I., saying that he feels unqualified to pass judgment on Morrow’s theory of space. Los Angeles, California, 29 Dec. 1957. (SC 649).
  • Huxley, Aldous. One letter (ALS) to Richard Thoma, saying he is at the Hotel Berkeley, because his house is too full of relatives, and wondering when the two can dine together. Paris, 29 Dec. 1929. (SC 653).
  • Huxley, Aldous. One note (ANS) to Geoffrey Grigson, Assistant Literary Editor of The Morning Post, recommending Irving Babbitt’s essay Buddha and the Occident, Greta Hort’s Sense and Thought, and Mark Benney’s Low Company. Postmarked London, 25 Nov. 1936. (SC 651).
  • Huxley (Elspeth) Collection, 1950, 1954, 1966. Documents, letter, and clipping about East African affairs. Acquired, along with a number of books, mainly Africana, from Huxley. (SC 153).
  • Huxley Institute for Biosocial Research. Newsletter, 1975-1983. (HPA SC 56).
  • Huxley [Julian] Correspondence, ca. 1935-1939. Five items, mainly Christmas cards, including one signed, “Best wishes to Harry McGuire.” (SC 154).
  • Huxley, Thomas Henry (1825-1895). One letter (ALS), declining speaking engagement, 31 Aug. 1893. Laid in A Manual for the Anatomy of Vertebrated Animals [Spec QL 805 H983]. (SC 155).
  • Huxley [Thomas] / Flower [William Henry] Correspondence, 1864-1895, 1914. (SC 857).

I

  • Ibsen, Henrik (1828-1906). Norwegian poet and playwright. Holdings include De Unges Forbund (1869) [Spec PT8880.A1 1869]; Digte (1871) [PT8883.A1 1871]; Kejser og Galilæer (1873) [Spec PT8870.A1 1873]; Et Dukkehjem (1879) [Spec PT8861.A1 1879]; Gengangere (1881) [Spec PT8865.A1 1881]; Fruen fra Havet (1888) [Spec PT8864.A1 1888]; Hedda Gabler (1890) [Spec PT8868.A1 1890]; Bygmester Solness (1892) [Spec PT8859.A1 1892], in English as The Master Builder (1893) [Spec PT8859.A455 1893]; Lillie Eyolf (1894) [Spec PT8873.A1 1894]; and Når Vi Døde Vågner (1899) [Spec PT8874.A1 1899]. Fine press edition of Peer Gynt (1929) by Doubleday, Doran & Co. [Spec PT8876.A38].
  • [Icebergs]. Alaska Photograph Collection, ca. 1880s-1950s [bulk dates 1887-1920]. About 800 photographs, loose and in three albums, captions in English, including photographers Eric A. Hegg, P. S. Hunt, H. G. Kaiser, P. Edward Larss and J. E. N. Duclos, Lomen Brothers, and Miles Brothers. Subjects include: boats, children, churches, coastline, countryside, dogsleds, Eskimos (Tlingit / Haidu – portraits, daily activities, dances, hunting, schools, villages, and other), glaciers, gold mining and milling, harbors, houses, icebergs, Klondikers, mountains, parades, railroads, reindeer, rivers and river steamers, settlers and homesteads, ships and shipwrecks (incl. Thetis), school classes, skiing, totem poles, towns and villages (Anchorage, Circle City, Cordova, Dawson, Eagle City, Fairbanks, Fort Wrangell, Howkan, Juneau, Kennicott, Ketchikan, Metlakahtla, Nome, Port Simpson, St. Michael, Seward, Sitka, Treadwell, Valdez, White Horse), and winter scenes. (Wyles Mss 150).
  • [Icebergs]. Schmidt (Oswin) Polar / Arctic Travel Album, 1912. 160 original photographs, some panorama shots, and chromolithographs, as well as route maps, postcards, and menus of a voyage on the S.S. Grosser Kurfürst of the Norddeutscher Lloyd Line, from Bremerhafen (Germany) to Scotland (Edinburgh), Iceland (Reykjavik and Tröllafos), Spitzbergen, King Jacob Land, and Norway (Lyngseidet, Tromsoe, Malde, Balholmen, and Bergen). Includes images of people, settlements, villages, and towns, surrounding countryside, coast, icebergs, glaciers, Laplanders and reindeer, and Norwegian whale fishery. Captions in German. (Bernath Mss 311).
  • [Iceland]. Mendell [Edward] Travel Slide Collection, 1980s-1990s. More than 2000 large-format color slides containing images of Edward Mendell’s post-retirement travels around the world, photographing endangered species for the World Wildlife Fund, and also of people in far-flung places such as Bhutan, Burma, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Iceland, Mali, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, Orissa (India), Philippines, Senegal, and Thailand. (Mss 247).
  • [Iceland]. Schmidt (Oswin) Polar / Arctic Travel Album, 1912. 160 original photographs, some panorama shots, and chromolithographs, as well as route maps, postcards, and menus of a voyage on the S.S. Grosser Kurfürst of the Norddeutscher Lloyd Line, from Bremerhafen (Germany) to Scotland (Edinburgh), Iceland (Reykjavik and Tröllafos), Spitzbergen, King Jacob Land, and Norway (Lyngseidet, Tromsoe, Malde, Balholmen, and Bergen). Includes images of people, settlements, villages, and towns, surrounding countryside, coast, icebergs, glaciers, Laplanders and reindeer, and Norwegian whale fishery. Captions in German. (Bernath Mss 311).
  • Ikegami [Chizuko] / Henry Miller Correspondence, 1975-1976. 52 handwritten letters (ALS), in English, from Japanese author Chizuko Ikegami [b. 1946] to American author Henry Miller [1891-1980] during a period when he lived in Pacific Palisades [near Los Angeles], California. The first letter is dated July 8, 1975 and the last Dec. 6, 1976. They are written while Ikegami lived in San Francisco. Ikegami writes at some length about the books, Japanese society and sexual practices, philosophical concepts and social mores, as well as the American sexual revolution (including attitudes toward pornography and birth control), as depicted by Henry Miller and other authors such as Erica Jong, and as seen in San Francisco lifestyles of the time. (Mss 219).
  • [Illinois]. Baker, Edward D. One letter (ALS) from Baker, Congressman from Illinois and friend of Abraham Lincoln, re need to raise funds. Washington, D.C., 25 June 1850. (Wyles SC 12).
  • [Illinois]. Bible Truth Publishers Collection, n.d. [ca. 1970s?]. 50+ small tracts by Bible Truth Publishers of Oak Park, Illinois, with titles such as “The Broken Safe,” “The Destiny of Man,” and “Which Church Saves?”  (ARC Mss 44).
  • [Illinois]. Brunner, Samuel M. [Fife Major, Illinois Infantry, 138th Regiment (Vol)]. Five Civil War documents, including appointment and discharge documents, 1862-1864. (Wyles SC 321).
  • [Illinois]. 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).
  • [Illinois]. 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).
  • [Illinois]. French, Augustus C. (Governor of Illinois). Signed document, appointing Benjamin P. Hinch as Notary Public for Gallatin County, 1851. (Wyles SC 843).
  • [Illinois]. Gibson, Isaac. One letter (ALS), to his friend Burnett, talking about the recent election of ‘Honest Abe’ as President, which he is not pleased about, and asking for advice on how to get to California. Olney, Illinois, 11 Nov. 1860. (Wyles SC 96).
  • [Illinois]. 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).
  • [Illinois]. Henry [Bushrod W.] Correspondence, 1835-1849. 13 letters to Disciple of Christ preacher Bushrod W. Henry (Shelbyville, Illinois), from family and friends. (Wyles SC 1022).
  • [Illinois]. Illinois State Archives. Programs and publications re Abraham Lincoln, ca. 1990s. (Wyles SC 909).
  • [Illinois]. 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).
  • [Illinois]. Jacobson [Calvin D.] Collection, ca. early 1900s. Picture postcards (several from Illinois), facsimiles of nineteenth century newspapers, South Mountain Railroad Co. first mortgage bond, material relating to "America in the Making," an exhibit of original American documents, and other ephemera, including greeting card with drawing “Santa Barbara from Anchorage, June 30, 1847,” by William Rich Hutton.  (Wyles SC 699).
  • [Illinois]. Kreutzberg [John] Collection, 1917. Correspondence and photographs of an American who served in the French army during World War I and drove an ambulance contributed by his home town of Lake Bluff, Illinois. (Bernath Mss 22).
  • [Illinois]. Lovejoy, Owen. One note (AN) and one printed speech, “The Fanaticism of the Democratic Party,” delivered by the Hon. Owen Lovejoy, of Illinois, to the House of Representatives, Feb. 21, 1859, in which he takes a strong abolitionist stand and states that he has indeed harbored fugitive slaves. (SC 179).
  • [Illinois]. 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).
  • [Illinois]. Mason, James H. [Private, Illinois Cavalry, 8th Regiment, Company K]. One Civil War document (ADS): Discharge, 23 Apr. 1862. (Wyles SC 419).
  • [Illinois]. Osband, E. D. [Major, 4th Illinois Cavalry; Colonel, 5th U.S. Cavalry]. Three Civil War letters (ALS) to cousin Louise Stebbins, 1863-1865. (Wyles SC 520).
  • [Illinois]. Parker, [?]. One handwritten letter (ALS) from Parker to [B. Henrey?], soliciting political help in Illinois. Charleston, IL, May 11, 1854. (SC 924).
  • [Illinois]. 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).
  • [Illinois]. Railroad Collection, ca. 1867-1899. Correspondence, invoices, notices, receipts, and tickets for several railroads including the Atlantic and Great Western Railway; Buffalo Pass, Scalplock & Defiance Railroad; Chicago & North-Western Railroad Company; Chicago Burlington and Quincy Railroad; Denver & Rio Grande Western Railway; Illinois Central R. R.; Little Miami, Columbus and Xenia, and Connecting Railroads; Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad Company; Ohio & Mississippi Railroad Line; and Virginia and Truckee Railroad (Nevada/California). (Wyles SC 895).
  • [Illinois]. 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).
  • [Illinois]. Smith, Anson [Illinois Infantry, 104th Regiment (Vols), Company D]. Six Civil War era letters (ALS), 1860-1862. (Wyles SC 320).
  • [Illinois]. Smyth [Samuel S.] Papers, 1862-ca. 1884. Correspondence and journals of a Civil War Union soldier, Illinois Light Artillery, 1st Regiment (Vol), Battery F. Also, photostats and microfilm copy of originals. (Wyles Mss 34).
  • [Illinois]. Walker [James F.] Papers, 1862-1865. Three Civil War journals /diaries, with maps and loose sketches, of a Civil War Union soldier, Illinois Infantry, 101st Regiment (Vols.), Company F. (Wyles Mss 25).
  • 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).
  • Illinois State Archives. Programs and publications re Abraham Lincoln, ca. 1990s. (Wyles SC 909).
  • Illinois State Senate. One handwritten speech, by an unknown Republication candidate for an Illinois State Senate seat, ca. 1870. (Wyles SC 121).
  • La Impostora Collection. (CEMA 083).
  • "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).
  • [India]. 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).
  • [India]. Bakker (Lee) World War II India Photograph Album, ca. 1943. Also includes photos of Karachi. (Bernath Mss 347).
  • [India]. Bonham [Mildred A.] Papers, ca. 1860s-1904 [bulk dates 1880s-1904]. Diaries, photograph albums, loose photographs, and scrapbook relating to Mildred A. Bonham, wife of Benjamin F. Bonham, who was appointed U.S. Consul to British India, in Calcutta, 1885-1894. Materials pertain both to time at home in Oregon and in Calcutta. (Bernath Mss 231).
  • [India]. British Army in Pakistan and Northern India Photograph Album, ca. 1917. 72 snapshots of Baluchistan and Waziristan (now Pakistan), and Northern India (Ferozepore, Dalhousie, and Ranikhet). Includes both military photos of soldiers, camps, and camel transport, as well as local scenes and people. (SC 836).
  • [India]. British Military in India, and Burma Photograph Album, 1930s-early 1940s. 300+ b/w images, album, apparently of a British soldier with the 2nd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, mainly snapshots of fellow soldiers, military camps, troops on the march, countryside and inhabitants of the North-West Frontier of India (now Pakistan and Afghanistan), and other parts of India and of Burma. Also, some commercial set shots of China (mainly Beijing, one of Hargin in Manchuria). (Bernath Mss 67).
  • [India]. British Soldier’s Photograph Album – Northeastern India, late 1920s-1930s. 150+ photos, mainly snapshots, with shots of friends and family, some in England, but most in India (Lucknow, Lebong, the hill station of Ranikhet, Barrackpore, and Calcutta), including fellow servicemen, countryside, street scenes, buildings, and people. (Bernath Mss 66).
  • India [Calcutta and Poona] Photograph Album, ca. 1901-1902. 90+ b/w images, mainly Calcutta and its environs, especially boats, buildings, and scenes around the Hooghly River. A number show the SS or HMS Carthage. Also, shots of Calcutta streets and buildings. Poona images mainly of British at the races and polo. Also a few images of Shanghai and the port at Nagasaki. (some showing the Carthage taking on coal). (Bernath Mss 52).
  • [India]. 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).
  • [India]. 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).
  • [India]. 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).
  • [India]. Goodier (Brian G.) India and Burma Collection, 1942-1947. The collection was assembled by a Maj. B. G. Goodier, B. Sc (Tech), Royal Engineers and includes correspondence and photographs relating to his World War II and post war experiences in South Africa, India, and Burma, particularly relating to road building, and airfield construction. Locations include Durban, East Kirkee, Poona, Lahore, Madras, Bombay, and Rangoon. (Bernath Mss 93).
  • [India]. Hay [Stephen N.] Papers, ca. 1910s-1990s. Research notes relating to M. K. Gandhi, which UCSB Professor Hay used in his teaching and his writings. Included are materials relating to several trips to India, beginning in the latter 1940s. Also a small amount of personal/biographical material, drafts of writings, and UCSB course material. A collection of books, mainly on Gandhi, accompanies the papers. (UArch FacP 32).
  • [India]. Indian Sanscrit Illuminated Manuscript Leaf. Early nineteenth century handwritten and illuminated manuscript leaf, with printed descriptive slip (most likely prepared by Otto Ege and probably from one of Ege’s sets of the various series of the Original Leaves from Famous Books). Written in Devanagari or “town script”, the style of characters and illuminations indicating the hand of a Kashmiri scribe. From a book containing selections from the Mahabharata. (SC 824).
  • [India]. James [Charles Streatfeild] Burma and India Photograph Albums, ca. 1893-1901 [bulk dates 1897-1898]. (Bernath Mss 310).
  • [India]. Kulu, Northern India Photograph Album, ca. 1920. (Bernath Mss 239).
  • India Manuscript and Printing Collection. (Printers Mss 50).
  • [India]. Mendell [Edward] Travel Slide Collection, 1980s-1990s. More than 2000 large-format color slides containing images of Edward Mendell’s post-retirement travels around the world, photographing endangered species for the World Wildlife Fund, and also of people in far-flung places such as Bhutan, Burma, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Iceland, Mali, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, Orissa (India), Philippines, Senegal, and Thailand. (Mss 247).
  • [India]. Shead [F.] India Northwest Frontier Photograph Album, 1929-1930. (Bernath Mss 196).
  • [India]. Simla, India Photograph Album, ca. 1900-1910. 44 b/w mounted images, only three with captions. Includes scenes of Simla (the summer capital of British India) and countryside, the Mall (main street), buildings, Viceregal Palace, and family and group shots of what appears to be a British civil servant. (Bernath Mss 48).
  • [India]. Southern India Family Photograph Collection, ca. 1940s-1959. 100+ b/w images, most apparently relating to an Indian woman (Marie [?]) who, in the early 1950s, was a student at the Christian Medical College, Vellore, India. Includes snapshots of friends, relatives, and staff members (some with Ida Scudder, founder of the college), as well as group photos of college students and staff, and a group photo of the 13th Indian Congress of Radiology, Poona, 1959. (Bernath Mss 74).
  • [India]. Tamil Palm Leaf Manuscript, ca. 1800s. South India (Tamil Nadu) manuscript, 114 leaves tied together with cord, describing various religious practices. (Printers Mss 53).
  • [India]. Tamil Palm Leaf Manuscript, ca. early 1900s. Horoscope. (SC 894).
  • [India]. Walter [H. A.] – India/Kashmir Photograph Album, 1912-1919. 252 b/w photos of the Walter family, mainly in India and Kashmir, including local scenes and people, especially around Srinigar and Lahore. Also, numerous photos of YMCA gatherings and groups, students and schools, as well as travels, including visits to the Taj Mahal and Fatehpur Sikri. (Bernath Mss 37).
  • [India]. 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).
  • India and Ceylon Photograph Album, ca. 1900. (Bernath Mss 208).
  • 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).
  • India [Bengal] Photograph Album, ca. 1897. 22 black and white photographs, a few with captions, showing the Kamarhatty [West Bengal] Jute Mill, jute flats, a snake charmer, a sidewheeler, earthquake damage on Bentinck St. [Calcutta] from the 8.7 magnitude 1897 Assam, India earthquake. Also views possibly of the Himalayas, local residents, and shopkeepers, as well as a portrait of a Burmese lady. (Bernath Mss 257).
  • India [Calcutta] World War II Photograph Album, ca. early-mid 1940s. Compiled by an American G.I. (Bernath Mss 199).
  • India / Persian Gulf Photograph Album, early 1930s. (SC 959).
  • India Photograph Album, [ca. 1910s-1920s]. Includes images of tea plantation, mountainous terrain. (SC 1102).
  • India Photographs, ca. 1921. 58 black and white snapshots likely taken by a British soldier, with numerous images of colleagues, camps, countryside including hill country, a few images with Indians at everyday activities, some captions, locations include Seringapatam (Mysore), Ramsami, Cawnpur, Ghora Decca Road, Kohala Road, and Jhika Gali Road. (SC 1002).
  • India Subject Collection, ca. early 1900s. (Bernath Mss 254).
  • "Indian Maid of the Chapparal." Broadside, 1852, with lyrics to song by George Bombarger, including references to then recent Mexican War. (Wyles SC 736).
  • Indian Sanscrit Illuminated Manuscript Leaf. Early nineteenth century handwritten and illuminated manuscript leaf, with printed descriptive slip (most likely prepared by Otto Ege and probably from one of Ege’s sets of the various series of the Original Leaves from Famous Books). Written in Devanagari or “town script”, the style of characters and illuminations indicating the hand of a Kashmiri scribe. From a book containing selections from the Mahabharata. (SC 824).
  • Indian Stereoviews, ca. 1898-1899. (Wyles SC 1014).
  • Indian Tribal Series Medallions Collection, 1971-1976. 35 “Commemorative Silver Medallions from the Indian Tribes of America” commemorative series. (Wyles Mss 98).
  • [Indiana]. Baker (Charles Thomas) Lincoln in Indiana Collection, ca. latter 1800s-1940s [bulk dates 1920s-1940s]. Correspondence, photographs, postcards, clippings and other ephemera regarding Abraham Lincoln and his connection with Indiana. (Wyles Mss 2).
  • [Indiana]. 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).
  • [Indiana]. Ferree Family Collection. Includes copy of will for John Ferree and Civil War letter from Camp Carrington, Indianapolis, 16 Feb. 1865. (Wyles SC 700).
  • [Indiana]. Hammond Family. Eight b/w portraits, including one tintype, some taken by Indiana [Grandview and Rockport] photographers, ca. latter 1800s - early 1900s. (Wyles SC 647).
  • [Indiana]. Lawson, Ira [Private, Indiana Infantry, 63rd Regiment (Vol), Company G]. One Civil War document: Discharge, 3 June 1865. (Wyles SC 324).
  • [Indiana]. Papua, New Guinea, World War II Photograph Album, 1943-1945. More than 180 b/w photos, with captions. Apparently the album of a wry U.S. soldier and member of a finance group (some images indicating 3rd and 4th Platoons, Co. D), self-described as the "Fighting Finance" and "Finance Commandos." Includes images of soldiers in the unit and military camp life, as well as many views of eastern New Guinea, local people and village scenes. Also photos of earlier training at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana and, after New Guinea, views of Indonesia (Biak), Morotai Island, Philippines (mainly war-damaged buildings in Manila), the voyage home, and stateside return back to San Francisco. (Bernath Mss 44).
  • [Indiana]. 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).
  • [Indiana]. 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).
  • [Indiana]. 74th Regiment Indiana Veteran Association. Cards and flyer re Civil War reunions, 1908-1915, along with calling cards of Henry G. Potter and Major A. P. Bass. (Wyles SC 1067).
  • [Indiana]. Terrell, W. H. H. [Military Secretary to the Governor of Indiana]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to J. M. Delph, Mayor of Louisville, re delayed payment of ammunition bill. Indianapolis, 27 June 1862. (Wyles SC 241).
  • Indians of California Photograph Collection, ca. 1900s. 64 black and white photographs of California Native Americans, apparently the Yokut of the San Joaquin Valley, Miwok of Yosemite, and the Pomo of the Clear Lake Basin – with captions indicating activities such as arrow making, basket making, fishing, hunting, and village life. Used at one point as educational packets. These appear to be relatively recent photos, not 19th century or early 20th century images taken by ethnographers. (Mss 71).
  • [Indians on Horseback, by Water]. Photograph, 8x10 b/w, tribe, location, and photographer unknown, n.d. (Wyles SC 653).
  • [Indochina]. “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).
  • Indochina Photograph Album, ca. 1931-1939. (Bernath Mss 375).
  • Indochina Photograph Album, ca. 1935. (Bernath Mss 238).
  • 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).
  • [Indonesia]. 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).
  • [Indonesia]. 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).
  • [Indonesia]. Dutch East Indies Photograph Album, ca. 1920. 113 b/w professional photographs, with images of Bali (women, some palaces and temples), New Guinea (mainly Papua inhabitants), Java (Malang, Soerabaia, Grissee, Solo, Madioen – people, buildings, street scenes, temples, volcanoes, crater-lakes), Sumatra (Palembang, Bencoolen, Sabang, Krakatau, Ambon and Ceram – local population and scenery), Lombok (Maharaja of Lombok with two children), Perak (harbor, lighthouse, important buildings), and Banka (Telok Betong and Muntok). (Bernath Mss 82).
  • [Indonesia]. Dutch East Indies Photograph Albums, ca. late 1920s. Five albums, mostly of images on tour around Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia) places like Sumatra (Pedang to Medang). (Bernath Mss 209).
  • [Indonesia]. Dutch East Indies Photograph Albums, ca. 1902-1919 [bulk dates 1908-1913]. 162 black/white photos mounted in 6 albums. Also, one document re E. Kepper, possible compiler of the albums. Many of the photos are of colonial officials and military, their families, offices and residences, various gatherings and events, as well as local scenes and countryside. Most photos are of the Magelang (Java) area. Other locations include: Java (Semarang, Salatiga) and Sumatra (Palembang). (Bernath Mss 218).
  • [Indonesia]. Dutch New Guinea Photograph Album, ca. 1950-1953. 250+ black/white photographs of Dutch New Guinea (now Papua province of Indonesia), some with Dutch captions, most snapshots likely taken by a Dutch non-commissioned officer. Includes many images of fellow local soldiers and camp life. Also images of local terrain and population, mainly Ifar region; also Santani Lake and Hollandia Stad (city). (Bernath Mss 262).
  • [Indonesia]. Palembang [Sumatra, Indonesia] Oil Industry Photograph Album, 1909. (Bernath Mss 229).
  • [Indonesia]. Papua, New Guinea, World War II Photograph Album, 1943-1945. More than 180 b/w photos, with captions. Apparently the album of a wry U.S. soldier and member of a finance group (some images indicating 3rd and 4th Platoons, Co. D), self-described as the "Fighting Finance" and "Finance Commandos." Includes views of Indonesia (Biak). (Bernath Mss 44).
  • [Indonesia]. 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).
  • Indonesia Bone Book, age unknown. Book made of bone covers with hand carved lizards, pages of tree bark with accordion folds and hand painted drawings and diagrams, including stylized insects, symmetrical designs, and zodiac calendar used to determine auspicious days for weddings, funerals, and other important ceremonies. (Printers Mss 54).
  • Indonesia Photograph Album, ca. 1949. 169 b/w photographs, captions in Dutch, of destroyed and rebuilt sugar, rubber, and coffee factories and plantations during the early period of Indonesian independence. Includes images of Krian, Djatibarang, Pangka, Karang Soewoeng (sugar); Agrabinta, Tendjo Resnu, Pasir Badak, Tjikareo, Sankyang Damar (rubber); Panadjaran, Petaeup Omboh, Soembir Agoeng, Kali Bakar, Soember Gesing, Lebak (coffee, rubber, and other). (Bernath Mss 278).
  • Indonesia [Sumatra] Bone Zodiac Calendars. (Printers Mss 56).
  • Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). Flyer, answering frequently questions re history and goals of the IWW. Chicago, n.d. (SC 513).
  • 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).
  • Ingelow, Jean (1820-1897). One holograph poem by English poet and novelist Ingelow, n.d. (SC 157).
  • Ingram Family Collection, 1883-1947. Mainly legal documents such as abstracts of title, relating to a Santa Barbara family. (SBHC Mss 12).
  • Institute for Consciousness and Music (Port Townsend, WA). Newsletter and flyers, ca. 1986. (HPA SC 57).
  • Institute for Creative Aging. Conference program, 1977. (HPA SC 58).
  • Institute for General Semantics (Englewood, NJ). Programs and flyers, ca. 1988-1990. (HPA SC 63).
  • Institute for Music and Imagery (Port Townsend, WA). Newsletter and flyers, ca. 1986. (HPA SC 59).
  • Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy (New York, NY). Catalog, 1990. (HPA SC 60).
  • Institute for Psychological Study of Arts (IPSA) (Gainesville, FL). Newsletter, 1989. (HPA SC 70).
  • Institute for the Advancement of Human Behavior (Stanford, CA). Programs and flyers, ca. 1981-1990. (HPA SC 61).
  • Institute for the Natural Person (Chicago, IL). Flyer, n.d. (HPA SC 62).
  • Institute of Cultural Affairs Collection, ca. 1970s-1980s. Includes articles, lectures, meeting handouts – some of which are copies of articles/writings by theologians such as Reinhold Niebuhr. (ARC Mss 5).
  • Institute of Healing (Santa Maria, CA). Flyer, n.d. (HPA SC 64).
  • Institute of Human Abilities (Oakland, CA). Newsletter, 1975. (HPA SC 65).
  • Institute of Human Development (Ojai, CA). Catalogs, 1986-1987. (HPA SC 66).
  • Institute of Noetic Sciences (Sausalito, CA). Mailings, ca. 1975. (HPA SC 67).
  • International Subject Collection. (Bernath Mss 260).
  • International Transactional Analysis Association (San Francisco, CA). Conference programs and flyers, ca. 1979-1990. (HPA SC 68).
  • Intuitus Center (Santa Barbara, CA). Correspondence and flyers, 1975. (HPA SC 69).
  • [Iowa]. Alternative Press Collection. Mainly U.S. newspapers, with an emphasis on California, but also some foreign titles. In most cases there are only single or scattered issues, not long runs. Included are newspapers environmental, issues, with titles such as Earth Times (San Francisco, CA, 1970) and Iowa Environmental News (Ames, IA, 1971). Some longer runs of newspapers such as Green Revolution, are cataloged separately. (Mss 169).
  • [Iowa]. 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).
  • [Iowa]. Fowler [Willa] Minstrel Show Collection, ca. 1880-1898. Correspondence, photographs, and posters, mainly for minstrel shows in Iowa and Illinois, including the Barlow, Wilson, Primrose & West’s Minstrels, Duprez & Benedicts Gigantic Minstrels, the Lady Minstrels, and the Wapello ‘Indians’ Big Minstrels. (SC 562).
  • [Iowa]. 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).
  • [Iowa]. Hoover, Henry [Lieutenant, Iowa Infantry, 35th Regiment, Company D]. Civil War diary, 1862-1863. (Wyles SC 328).
  • [Iowa]. 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).
  • [Iowa]. Stobbs, James M. [First Corporal, Iowa Infantry, 30th Regiment (Vol), Company B]. One Civil War document (ADS): Appointment, 1 Dec. 1863. (Wyles SC 424).
  • Iowa and Western Photograph Album, ca. 1890s-1900s. Description: 198 albumen photographs, no captions, beginning with images of Iowa (signs indicating Keosauqua and Eldon – street scenes, family, houses, bicycle riders, African Americans, parade with tractors, soldiers, Native Americans, and women on bikes); later images of unidentified areas of the West, possibly California (mountains, scenic boulders, hilly terrain, railway – family, perhaps on a trip). (Wyles Mss 165).
  • [Iowa Authors Club]. Farran, Don. One letter (TLS) from Don Farran, President of the Iowa Authors Club, to Carl Van Doren, promoting Farran’s Ballad of the Silver Ring. Hampton, Iowa, April 18, 1935. Also one 1935 newsclipping re Iowa Authors Club. Laid in Don Farran, Ballad of the Silver Ring (Muscatine, Iowa: Prairie Press, 1935). (SC 570).
  • [Iowa Civil War Era Diaries]. Two diaries, apparently by a lawyer who represented various soldiers. Bloomfield, Iowa, ca. 1861-1864. (Wyles SC 866).
  • Iowa Infantry, 27th Regiment, Company F. One Civil War document (ADS) re lost equipment. Clinton, Iowa, 8 Aug. 1863. (Wyles SC 325).
  • [Iran]. 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).
  • [Iran]. Islamic Manuscripts Collection, ca. 1122-latter 1800s. Single and double leaves from previously disbound Islamic texts, written in many parts of the Islamic world, including Afghanistan, China, Egypt, Gulf States [Qajar], India, North Africa [Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia], Pakistan, Persia [Iran], Syria, and Turkey. There are four chronologically arranged series: History, Koran, Poetry, and Prayers. (Mss 207).
  • Iran Photograph Album, ca. 1900. (Bernath Mss 267).
  • Iran World War II Photograph Album, ca. 1943. (Bernath Mss 178).
  • [Iraq]. British Military in Egypt and Iraq Photograph Album, ca. 1918-1922. Album of Capt. R. E. Godfrey, British 153rd Rifles, including about 30 Arab Revolt images from Iraq (Nasiriyah, Imam Abdullah, Kut, Baghdad), ca. 1920. (Bernath Mss 84).
  • [Iraq]. 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).
  • [Iraq]. 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).
  • [Iraq]. Great War Collection, ca. 1910-1922 [bulk dates 1914-1918]. Much of the material in the collection relates to British servicemen and units, but Americans, Australians, and some Germans also are represented. Included are diaries, correspondence, documents, maps, photographs, reports, and some printed material. The approximately 2,000 photographs and picture postcards (loose and in albums and scrapbooks) include many images of France, but also other areas such as Egypt, England, German South West Africa, Iraq, and Palestine. (Bernath Mss 20).
  • [Iraq]. Middle East Photo Album, ca. 1930s-early 1940s. More than 150 black/white images, some of Iraq (Baghdad, Kadimain, Babylon, Ur, Euphrates River, Kufa, Mosul, Kirkuk). (Bernath Mss 68).
  • [Iraq]. Port Said and Mesopotamia Postcard / Photograph Album, ca. 1917-1919. World War I era album, with 54 postcards from Mesopotamia (many of Basrah [Basra] and surrounding area), Port Said, and Marseille. Also 62 b/w snapshots of fellow soldiers, former Turkish barracks, street scenes, and local residents, shops and shopkeepers, all apparently taken in Iraq. (Bernath Mss 49).
  • Iraq Glass Slide Collection, ca. 1923-1933. (Bernath Mss 272).
  • Iraq Photograph Album, ca. 1920. Includes many images of Baghdad, Basra, and Samarra, after defeat of the Turks in WWI. Captions in English. (SC 1103).
  • Irby (Charles C.) Papers, 1938-1987. African American cultural anthropologist and ethnic studies pioneer. (CEMA 10).
  • [Ireland]. Abstract of Title, 1857. Relating to land owned by William Lock the Elder and William Lock the Younger in Kerry County, Ireland, during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. (SC 768).
  • [Ireland]. Asia and Ireland Travel Photograph Album, 1909-1910. (SC 1042).
  • [Ireland]. Bacon (Elizabeth Grew) Oral History, 1976-1977. Life history of an English suffragette who moved to California. Subjects include suffrage, Margaret Sanger, birth control movement, Anglo-Irish relations, Greenwich Village, Pasadena Playhouse, and Santa Barbara. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 17).
  • [Ireland]. Ballitore Family Papers, ca. 1605-1917 [bulk dates 1770-1859]. Mainly correspondence of the Irish Quaker Shackleton, Leadbeater, and Barrington families of Ballitore, Ireland. Includes material relating to Edmund Burke. (Mss 4).
  • [Ireland]. Beckett, Samuel. Collection, with one inscribed b/w photograph, 1962, and correspondence, mainly regarding requests for use of UCSB’s copy of Beckett’s manuscript Eluetheria, with signed responses by Beckett, 1966, 1972, 1974. (SC 20).
  • [Ireland]. Beckett [Samuel] Papers, ca. 1959-1973. Photocopies of what were three unpublished works by Beckett: Eleuthéria, Mercier et Camier, and Premier Amour, along with some related correspondence. (Mss 5).
  • [Ireland]. Berkeley, George (1685-1753). Irish philosopher and Bishop of Cloyne. Holdings include Alciphron, or, the Minute Philosopher (1732) [Spec B1315 1732], Siris: A Chain of Philosophical Reflexions and Inquiries (1744) [Spec RM84.B47 1744], the two-volume set The Works of George Berkeley (1820) [Spec B1303 1820], and The Principles of Human Knowledge (1878) [Darwin B1330 1878b].
  • [Ireland]. Burke, Edmund (1729-1797). Irish philosopher and politician. Holdings include A Vindication of Natural Society (1756) [Spec DA506.B88 V55 1756]; An Account of the European Settlements in America (1757) [Spec DA506.B88 A2]; Observations on a Late State of the Nation (1769) [Spec DA506.B88 O2]; A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful (1770) [Spec DA506.B88 S9 1770], also part of the “Books Lincoln Read” collection (1806) [Wyles E457.21.R4 B8]; The Political Tracts and Speeches of Edmund Burke (1777) [Spec DA506.B8 1777b]; Reflections on the Revolution in France (1790) [Spec DA506.B88 R3 1790], also in French as Réflexions sur la Révolution de France (1790) [Spec DA506.B88 R314 1790]; Two Letters on the Conduct of Our Domestick Parties with Regard to French Politicks (1797) [Spec DA506.B88 T866 1797b]; Three Memorials on French Affairs (1797) [Spec DA506.B88 T5], and the 10-volume set The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke (1803) [Spec DA506.B8 1803]. Fine press edition of On Conciliation with the Colonies, and Other Papers on the American Revolution (1975) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec E211.B925 1975]. See also The Life of Edmund Burke (1798) by Robert Bisset [Spec DA506.B9 B5]. Additionally, three letters in Burke’s hand, from near the end of his life, are available in the Isaac Foot Collection (Mss 33).
  • [Ireland]. 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).
  • [Ireland]. Glass Lantern Slides, ca. 1900-1910. 231 glass lantern slides, a few color, firms including Chicago Projecting Co.; Detroit Photographic Co.; Levy & Ses Fils; McCormick (NY); Selig Polyscope Co.; T. H. McAllister (NY and Grt. Britain); Williams, Brown & Earle. Subjects include adobes, biblical reenactments and scenes, carriages and wagons, cattle, cowboys, horses, Martinique (Mt. Pelee eruption, 1902), Mt. Saint Helens and Ranier, Native Americans, ranches, St. Louis Exposition (1904?), Northwest scenes (Columbia River, Mt. Hood, Portland), Western scenes and inhabitants, Yellowstone, Yosemite; also scenes from abroad, including Great Britain (coronation of Edward VII, 1902), Ireland, Norway, Scotland, Turkey, Venice. (Mss 270).
  • [Ireland]. Goldsmith, Oliver (1728-1774). Irish writer. Holdings include The Vicar of Wakefield (1766) [Spec PR3490.A1 1766], The Roman History (1769) [Spec PR3487.R65 1769], his four-volume set The History of England (1771) [Spec DA32.G58 1771], The Grecian History (1774) [Spec PR3487.G64 1774], She Stoops to Conquer (1791) [Spec PR3488.A1 1791], the four-volume set The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith (1806) [Spec PR3482.J64 1806], also part of the “Books Lincoln Read” collection (1830) [Wyles E457.21.L5 G6], the three-volume set A History of the Earth & Animated Nature (1828) [Spec PR3487.H57 1828], and The Bee & Other Essays (1903) [Spec PR3485.B4 1903]. Fine press editions of Poems of Goldsmith (1795) by the Shakespeare Printing Office [Printers Z239.2.S5 G6], The Mystery Revealed (1928) by the Georgian Press [Printers Z239.G4 G6], She Stoops to Conquer (1964) by the Heritage Press [Spec PR3488.A2 K7 1964], and The Vicar of Wakefield (1971) by the Folio Society [Spec PR3490.A1 1973].
  • [Ireland]. Harvey [John] Collection, ca. 1801-1809. Five documents (ADS), from a County Wexford [Ireland] justice of the peace, re judicial matters such as handing over individuals to the county jail. (SC 137).
  • [Ireland]. Hathaway [Charles Montgomery Jr.] Papers, 1895-1939. Papers of an American academic and diplomat who served in the Dominican Republic, England, Ireland, Budapest, Bombay, and Germany. Includes a 1933 dispatch re a visit to Dachau Concentration Camp. (Bernath Mss 9).
  • [Ireland]. Murphy, Arthur (1727-1805). Irish playwright and actor. Holdings include An Essay on the Life and Genius of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. (1792) [Spec PR3533.M8 1792], All in the Wrong (1792) [Spec PR3605.M9 A64 1792), The Grecian Daughter (1792) [Spec PR3605.M9 A64 1792], Zenobia (1796) [Spec PR3605.M9 Z4 1796], The Orphan of China (1797) [Spec PR3605.M9 O7 1797], and The School for Guardians (1797) [Spec PR3605.M9 A72 1797].
  • [Ireland]. Ussher, James (1581-1656). Irish preacher and writer. Holdings include De Romanæ Ecclesiæ Symbolo Apostolico Vetere (1646) [Spec BT995.U8], Annales Veteris Testimenti (1650) [Spec D57.U8], The Annals of the World (1658) [Spec D57.U813], A Body of Divinity, or, the Sum and Substance of the Christian Religion (1670) [Spec BR120.U7 1670], and a facsimile of a 1687 edition of Britannicarum Ecclesiarum Antiquitates (1970) [Spec BR748.U8 1970].
  • [Ireland]. Wilde, Oscar (1854-1900). Irish writer. Holdings include Poems (1881) [Spec PR5814 1881], An Ideal Husband (1889) [Spec PR5818.I2], The Picture of Dorian Gray (1891) [Spec PR5819.A1 1891], A House of Pomegranates (1891) [Printers Z239.2.C36 W5 vault], Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime (1891) [Spec PR5818.L6], Lady Windermere’s Fan (1893) [Spec PR5818.L2], The Happy Prince, and Other Tales (1894) [Spec PR5818.H2 1894], The Ballad of Reading Gaol (1898) [Spec PR5818.B2 1898], The Importance of Being Earnest (1899) [Spec PR5818.I4], Intentions (1900) [Spec PR5818.I7 1900], Oscar Wilde: Three Times Tried (1900) [Spec PR5823.H92 1900], Vera, or, The Nihilists (1902) [Spec PR5820.V3], Salomé (1904) [Spec PR5820.S2 1904], De Profundis (1905) [Spec PR5818.D3], The Fisherman and His Soul (1905) [Spec PR5818.F5 1905], Sebastian Melmoth (1905) [Spec PR5820.S42 1905], the 10-volume set The Complete Works of Oscar Wilde (1905) [Spec PR5810.F05], The Soul of Man Under Socialism (1911) [Spec PR5820.S55 1911], The Sphinx (1911) [Spec PR5820.S6 1911], The Essays of Oscar Wilde (1916) [Spec PR5816 1916], Art and Decoration (1920) [Spec PR5818.A7 1920], The Portrait of Mr. W.H. (1921) [Spec PR5818.P67 and Printers Z239.K4 W54 1921], For Love of the King (1922) [Spec PR5818.F6 1922], and The Young King, and Other Stories (1953) [Spec PR5820.Y6 1953]. Fine press editions of A House of Pomegranates (1908) [Printers Z239.M64 W54 1908] and The Ballad of Reading Gaol (1911) [Printers Z239.M64 W5 1911] printed by Thomas B. Mosher; The Happy Prince by Duckworth & Co. (1913) [Spec PR5818.H2 1913 vault] and Dogwood Press (1931) [Printers Z239.D57 W54]; Salomé by the Grabhorn Press (1927) [Printers Z239.G7 W5] and the Limited Editions Club (1938) [Spec PR5820.S15 vault]; The Selfish Giant by the Peter Pauper Press (1931) [Printers Z239.P4 W5] and Janus Press (1967) [Printers Z239.J35 W54]; The Fisherman and His Soul (1939) by the Grabhorn Press [Printers Z239.G7 W47]; Roses and Rue (1962) by the Overbrook Press [Printers Z239.O8 W467 1962]; The Short Stories of Oscar Wilde (1968) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PR5816 1968b]; The Sphinx (1969) by Three Kings Press [Spec PR5820.S6 1969]; and The Teacher of Wisdom (1994) by the Petrarch Press [Printers Z239.P419 W55 1994].
  • Iritani, Tadaichira. Letter (photocopy), 15 Dec. 1988. (HPA SC 71).
  • Irving, Washington (1783-1859). American writer. Holdings include The Sketchbook of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent. (1819) [Spec PS2066.A1 1819], Salmagundi (1820) [Spec PS2064.A1 1820], Bracebridge Hall (1822) [Spec PS2057.A1 1822b], the four-volume History of the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus (1828) [Spec PS2072.H57 1828], A Chronicle of the Conquest of Granada (1829) [Spec PS2059.C5 1829], A Tour of the Prairies (1835) [Wyles F697.I8], Astoria, or, Enterprise Beyond the Rocky Mountains (1836) [Spec PS2056.A8 1836], A Book of the Hudson (1849) [Spec F127.H8 I86 1849a], The Adventures of Captain Bonneville, U.S.A. (1852) [Wyles F592.I7], Wolfert’s Roost (1855) [Spec PS2071.A1 1855], and Old Christmas (1876) [Spec PS2069.C4 1876]. Fine press editions of Rip Van Winkle by the Roycroft Shop (1905) [Printers Z239.R67 I79] and the Limited Editions Club (1930) [Printers Z239.L5 I785], The Old Christmas Dinner by T.N. Foulis (1908) [Printers Z239.2.F66 I7843 1908] and William Edwin Rudge (1925) [Printers Z239.R8 I72], The Legend of Sleepy Hollow with illustrations by Arthur Rackham (1928) [Printers Z276.5.I78 1928] and by Cheshire House (1931) [Printers Z239.E44 I78 1931], Three Choice Sketches (1941) by the Greenwood Press [Printers Z239.G74 I7], Old Christmas (1946) by the Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 I77], and Christmas at Bracebridge Hall (1974) by the Angelica Press [Printers Z239.A536 I78].
  • Isaacs [Max W.] Japan / Philippines Collection, ca. 1870s-1955 [bulk dates 1880s-1910s]. (Bernath Mss 284).
  • Isabella, Queen. One document (ADS), order to her notary, Diego Ramirez re how she lost a pearl, part of a rosary, and how the Queen’s Chamberlain, Sancho de Paredes, should not be held responsible. Seville, Spain, 15 February 1502. (SC 554).
  • Isenberg [Edward David] / Isla Vista Town Crier Collection, ca. 1970-1990. (SBHC Mss 73).
  • Isherwood, Christopher. One card (TNS) to Tom Willis, UCSB Audiovisual Department, re taping of lectures. Santa Monica, CA, 27 Jan. 1961. (SC 156).
  • Isherwood, Christopher. One signed black and white portrait photo (stamped Gilberts of Goleta) and one black and white photo of a line drawing of Isherwood, 1965-1966. (SC 726).
  • [Isla Vista]. Adams (Perry) – Murder from Within Papers, ca. 1967-1980. Files relating to Isla Vista organizations and issues; correspondence (1980) and typescript draft of Adams’ unpublished study Murder from Within, co-authored with Fred T. Newcomb, alleging the JFK assassination was engineered by the U.S. Secret Service; and scattered issues of newspapers, mainly of Isla Vista, Santa Barbara, and California alternative press. (Mss 1).
  • [Isla Vista]. Appelbaum (Richard) Collection, ca. 1973. Audio recordings, interviews re Bank of America burning in Isla Vista, next to UCSB, in Feb. 1970. (SBHC Mss 60).
  • [Isla Vista]. Buzzell [Rolfe G.] Collection, 1970-1972. Articles, photos and papers relating to the 1970 Isla Vista riots, Buzzell’s arrest, and subsequent legal action taken by him (Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Santa Barbara, No. 91214). (SBHC Mss 48).
  • [Isla Vista]. Girvetz [Harry] papers. Isla Vista files kept by Girvetz, a UCSB Philosophy professor, as a member of the Committee of 50, and also including clippings and other ephemera. (UArch FacP 27).
  • [Isla Vista]. Isenberg [Edward David] / Isla Vista Town Crier Collection, ca. 1970-1990. (SBHC Mss 73).
  • [Isla Vista]. KCSB Audiotape Collection, 1969-1970, 1972. 102 open reel tapes produced by radio station KCSB, with live coverage of events, other broadcasts, calls, and interviews. KCSB-FM 91.9, a non-commercial radio station, was located in the UCSB Storke Communications Building during the time these tapes were made. Malcolm Gault-Williams was General Manager. At the time, KCSB was the area’s only non-commercial radio station and had a stated programming commitment to community service broadcasting. (SBHC Mss 58).
  • [Isla Vista]. 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).
  • [Isla Vista]. Local History Files, ca. 1970-1999 [bulk dates 1970-1987]. Vertical files, arranged alphabetically by topic and consisting primarily of newsclippings, along with other printed materials such as reports, newsletters, pamphlets, and flyers. A substantial proportion of the collection relates to events in Isla Vista (the student community adjacent to UCSB) in the 1970s. (SBHC Mss 44).
  • [Isla Vista]. Posters of the 1960s, [bulk dates latter 1960s]. 27 original printed posters, many in vivid color, most advertising concerts and readings in Detroit, San Francisco, and Santa Barbara / Isla Vista, CA. Includes appearances by Big Brother & the Holding Company; Blood, Sweat & Tears; Richard Brautigan; Basil Bunting; Cream; Doors; Fugs; and John Mayall. Poster artists include Jim Blashfield, Gary Grimshaw, John Lodge, Carl Lundgren, and Chuck Miller. (Mss 265).
  • [Isla Vista]. Replica of “Bank of Amerika” poster, in form of a check, with image of bank burning in background, ca 1969, 2002. (SC 811).
  • [Isla Vista]. Ridland [John] Collection, ca. 1957-1999. Contains material relating to Santa Barbara area poets and presses, including ephemera and other items laid in printed works; Isla Vista items relating to the troubles of 1970 and including a piece by Ridland entitled "Eyes and Ears on Isla Vista: An Unpublished Review from 1970"; and files as faculty advisor of the UCSB student publication, Spectrum. (SBHC Mss 47).
  • [Isla Vista]. Santa Barbara Area Newpapers, ca. 1887-1992. Single issues or short broken runs of newspapers from the local area, including Carpinteria, Goleta, Isla Vista, Santa Ynez Valley, Montecito, and Santa Barbara. Newspapers with substantial runs have been cataloged separately. (SBHC Mss 50).
  • [Isla Vista]. Santa Barbara Citizens Commission on Civil Disorders Collection, 1970. List and audio recordings of a series of hearings held from June 17, 1970 to September 1, 1970. (SBHC Mss 57).
  • [Isla Vista]. Sullivan [James J.] Collection, 1966-1972 [bulk date 1970]. Mainly documentation relating to Isla Vista III disturbances and subsequent legal actions. (SBHC Mss 49).
  • [Isla Vista]. UCSB, Associated Students Subject Files, ca. 1958-2002 [bulk dates 1968-1982]. Includes files on affirmative action, Alumni Association, bill proposals, budget, capital improvement programs, Committee on Educational Policy, Community Affairs Board, constitution and bylaws, Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), extended learning, faculty, farm workers, Finance Board, financial aid, financial policies, governance, graduate studies, higher education, housing, instruction, Isla Vista, legal issues, Legislative Council, long range development plans, nuclear power, Organization Coordinating Board (OCB), oil, parking, police, Profile, Program Board, publications, rape, recycling, Roster, Student Outreach Board, teaching assistants, Tenure Task Force, UC budget, and the University Center. (UArch 21).
  • [Isla Vista]. UCSB, History and Antecedents Collection, 1880-2004. The UCSB History and Antecedents collection brings together materials from multiple sources on the growth of the university from a small normal school at the turn of the 19th century to the large state university it is today. The collection is arranged generally chronologically and by subjects such as predecessor institutions, important figures in UCSB history, previous campuses, events, etc. (UArch 100).
  • [Isla Vista]. UCSB, Office of Public Information, Isla Vista / Student Unrest Subject Files, 1955-2003 [bulk dates 1968-1972]. Includes clippings, memos, reports, correspondence, photos, and other documents on subject matter relating to Isla Vista and UCSB students, compiled by the Office of Public Information, now known as the Office of Public Affairs. The files relate particularly to student unrest, including the Bank of America burning and Isla Vista riots, ethnic studies protests, the North Hall incident, Isla Vista incorporation issues, and the Faculty Club bombing. (UArch 36).
  • [Isla Vista]. UCSB, Office of Public Information Subject Files, ca. 1941-1993. Includes files on academic planning, Academic Senate, Arts & Lectures events, Associated Students, Bakke case, buildings, Chancellor's events and activities, Charter Day, colleges, Commencement, convocations, departments, development, Drama Series, enrollment, faculty, financial aid, history, honors and awards, issues, Lecture Series, Music Series, propositions, radio and television, Regents, residence halls, statewide issues, student affairs, University Day, University Edition, and university relations. (UArch 12).
  • [Isla Vista]. 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).
  • Isla Vista Archives, ca. 1954-1989 [bulk dates 1970-1982]. Isla Vista Community Council (IVCC) / Isla Vista Municipal Advisory Council (IVMAC) administrative records and subject/issue files (including annexation, health, housing, incorporation, land use, law enforcement, planning, population demographics, public safety, riots, transportation, UCSB, youth services, and zoning). (SBHC Mss 41).
  • Isla Vista Ephemera, 1969-1970. (SC 928).
  • Isla Vista Improvement Association Records, 1961-1967. Minutes and related materials. (SBHC Mss 51).
  • Isla Vista Pins. Includes “The People, Yes: Isla Vista” and “7776” pins. The number 7776 refers to the number of UCSB students who signed a petition calling for an open hearing in the case of Professor William Allen, a popular Anthropology professor who was denied tenure and later fired. The buttons were produced and distributed by Associated Students, in December 1969 or January 1970, made up in support of Allen. (SC 792).
  • Isla Vista Resources. Extensive holdings relating to the student community adjacent to UCSB, including monographs, newspapers, photographs, and manuscript collections (listed separately). Much of the material relates to the period of the 1960s and 1970s.
  • Isla Vista Statistical Ledgers, ca. 1970-1974. Collection contains two ledgers with computer-generated statistics about Isla Vista. (UArch 117).
  • [Islam]. Wendell (Charles) Arabic Volumes, ca. 1800s-1900s. Seven bound manuscript and printed volumes in Arabic script, some illuminated by hand, including works on Islamic architecture and religion. (Mss 199).
  • Islamic Manuscripts Collection, ca. 1122-latter 1800s. Single and double leaves from previously disbound Islamic texts, written in many parts of the Islamic world, including Afghanistan, China, Egypt, Gulf States [Qajar], India, North Africa [Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia], Pakistan, Persia [Iran], Syria, and Turkey. There are four chronologically arranged series: History, Koran, Poetry, and Prayers. (Mss 207).
  • [Israel]. Jordan and Israel Photograph Album, 1955. (Bernath Mss 179).
  • [Italian Account Book], ca. 1773-1787. Mercantile ledger, listing food products, with entries of ‘consigned’ and ‘received’ throughout. (Mss 195).
  • Italian Medieval Book of Hours Leaf, ca. 1425. Leaf from an early 15th century manuscript prayer book, probably Italy, written on vellum in Latin Gothic script, with illuminated side initials, some in burnished gold leaf with intricate framework tracing. (SC 850).
  • [Italy]. Abyssinia Photograph Album, ca. 1936. 193 black/white snapshots taken by an Italian army officer during tour in Abyssinia (Ethiopia). (Bernath Mss 228).
  • [Italy]. Bennet (Robert) Mediterranean Photograph Album, ca. early 1930s. About 200 b/w photographs, many commercial, captions in English compiled by United States Merchant Mariner Robert Bennet. Includes images of Egypt (Cairo, Pyramids, Alexandria), Lebanon (Beyrouth/Beirut), Palestine (Haifa, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem), Syria, Italy (Naples), Gibraltar, Marseille, Morocco (Casablanca), Algiers, and a bull fight in Seville. (Bernath Mss 276).
  • [Italy]. 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).
  • [Italy]. 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).
  • [Italy] 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 some views of Italy, the Baltic, and a damaged submarine. (Bernath Mss 34).
  • [Italy]. 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).
  • [Italy]. Europe 1930s and WWII North Africa Photograph Album, ca. 1930s-1945. 185+ b/w photographs of a 1930s bicycle tour through Europe, including Germany (Dresden), Venice, Vienna, the Dolomites, Yugoslavia, Roumania (Bucharest), and Bulgaria (Sofia), as well as North Africa during World War II (1942-1943), including Bougie, Constantine, Tunis (victory parade), Carthage, then on to Italy (1943), and back to North Africa (1944-1945), including Egypt (Timsah, Alexandria). (Bernath Mss 31).
  • [Italy]. Kriegs-Nachrichten Collection, 1870-1871. Three portfolios/scrapbooks with photographs, clippings, war reports, leaflets and political cartoons pertaining to the Franco-Prussian war of 1870-1871, as well as the Paris Commune and the Italian annexation of Rome. (Bernath Mss 123).
  • [Italy]. Leti, Gregorio (1630-1701). Italian historian and polemicist. Holdings include La Juste Balance des Cardinaux Vivans (1652) in French [Spec BX4663.L414], Histoire de Donna Olimpia Maldachini (1666) in French [Spec BX4705.P36 L414], Il Sindicato de Alexandro VII (1668) in Italian [Spec BX1345.L4] and in French as Le Syndicat du Pape Alexandre VII (1669) [Spec BX1345.L414], Le Nepotisme de Rome (1669) [Spec BX1808.L4 1669], the two-volume set Historia o Vero Vita di Elisabetta, Regina d’Inghilterra (1693) [Spec DA355.L45], the three-volume set Vita di Don Pietro Giron, Duca d’Ossuna (1699) [Spec DP183.9.O7 L4], the two-volume set La Vie d’Olivier Cromwel (1703) [Spec DA426.L414], and The Life of Pope Sixtus the Vth (1704) in English [Spec BX1335.L513].
  • [Italy]. Machiavelli, Niccolò (1469-1527). Italian statesman and political theorist. Holdings include early editions of Tutte le Opere di Nicolo Machiavelli (1550) [Spec PQ4627.M2 1550], De Republica (1599) [Spec JC143.M166 1599 vault], and The Works of the Famous Nicholas Machiavel (1680) in English [Spec DG731.5.M3 1680]. Fine press edition of The Prince (1972) by the Folio Society [Spec JC143.M38 1970].
  • [Italy]. Panama Canal / Southwest U.S. / Europe Photograph Album, 1926. 250+ b/w snapshots, apparently of a family’s 1926 travels, including the Panama Canal, Texas, New Mexico, Grand Canyon, and Europe. Includes shots of ships and locks (Panama Canal); Elliott family and oil wells (Brady, Texas); Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Indian pueblos at Taos and [Bandelier?] (New Mexico); Grand Canyon and Colorado River views; Isle of Mull, Isle of Skye, west coast and lochs of Scotland; Verona and Italian Alps. (Bernath 71).
  • [Italy]. Tasso, Torquato (1544-1595). Italian poet. Holdings include several editions of his heroic epic Jerusalem Delivered, such as Gierusalemme Liberata (1581) in Italian [Spec PQ4638.A81], Godfrey of Boulogne, or, the Recovery of Jerusalem (1624) in English [Spec PQ4642.E21 F3 1624], and The Jerusalem Delivered of Torquato Tasso (1854) in English [Spec PQ4642.E21 W6 1854]; Risposta (1585) [Spec PQ4640.R57]; and the pastoral Aminta (1590) [Spec PQ4639.A2 1590], also Leigh Hunt’s English translation Amyntas: A Tale of the Woods (1820) [Spec PQ4642.E22 H8 1820].
  • [Italy]. Type Specimens Collection, 1785-1984. Advertisements, catalogs, flyers, leaflets, and lists, mainly by U.S. companies, but also a number from Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, and the Netherlands. Includes some material from California firms such as the A. Carlisle & Co. (San Francisco), Border Printing Co. (San Francisco), California Electrotype and Stereotype Co. (Los Angeles), California Electrotyping Co. (San Francisco), University of California Press (Berkeley and Los Angeles). (Printers Mss 42).
  • [Italy]. Wilson Peace Trip Photograph Album, 1918-1919. 113 b/w photos documenting President Woodrow Wilson’s trip to Europe to present his peace plan to end the Great War (World War I), at the Paris Peace Conference. This volume (no. 2 only) includes images of the voyage to Europe, as well as images of his stops in Great Britain (Dec. 1918) and in Italy (Jan. 1919). (Bernath Mss 27).
  • Ito (Michio) Collection. Materials relating to the Japanese American dancer and choreographer. (CEMA 25).
  • Ives, George. One letter (ALS) from German-British poet and author George Ives to a Mrs. Lloyd, re various matters including origins of certain quotations and copy of an unidentified book by Ives that he is sending. London, October [1946?]. (SC 702).
  • [Ivory Coast]. 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).

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  • J. B. Brown and Sons. Business records of a Portland, Maine, banking firm, ca. 1871-1889. Includes correspondence with many other Maine, New York, and Massachusetts banks. In: Nineteenth Century Business Collection (Mss 78).
  • J. F. Rowny Press Records, ca. 1912-1967. Records of the Santa Barbara-based J. F. Rowny Press, publishers of works on religion and metaphysics. Includes incoming/and some outgoing correspondence (arranged alphabetically), financial records, galleys and typescript drafts of submissions for publication, and some miscellaneous files, including pamphlets and flyers from other authors and publishers of similar kinds of material. (Printers Mss 12).
  • Jack, William (1834-1924). One letter (ALS) from Jack, a Scottish professor of mathematics and member of the publishingi firm Macmillan & Co., to [?] Bryce, re advice about publishing a book on [William Makepeace] Thackeray. Glasgow, April 13, 1895. (SC 429).
  • Jacks, L[awrence] P[earsall] (1860-1955). One letter from English educator, philosopher, and Unitarian minister Jacks to unknown recipient, thanking him for his kind words about Jacks’ book, possibly the Alchemy of Thought (1910). Oxford, Dec. 19, 1911. (SC 428).
  • Jackson, Alfred T. [Private, Kansas Mounted Infantry, 1st Regiment, Co. D; First Lieutenant, U.S. Colored Infantry, 79th Regiment]. 16 Civil War documents, including appointments, discharges, special orders, and muster roll, 1864-1865. (Wyles SC 422).
  • Jackson, Andrew. Engraved portrait, n.d. (Wyles SC 746).
  • 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).
  • Jackson, Gen. T. J. [Stonewall]. Six engraved portraits of Jackson in uniform, some Civil War era. (Wyles SC 728).
  • Jackson, Helen Hunt (1830-1895). One note (ANS) by the American author, best known for Ramona, sending regards. Colorado Springs, Dec. 24, 1873. Laid in Jackson’s Verses [Sweet PS2107.V4 1874]. (SC 609).
  • 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).
  • Jackson [W. Turrentine] Oral History, 1994. Interview with Jackson re his career as a history professor and practicing public historian, and his reflections on the emergence of public history programs in the U.S. (OH 50).
  • Jacobs [Dorri] Papers, 1971-1989. Writings, biographical and promotional materials, workshop materials, and audio cassette recordings from Jacobs, a humanistic educator whose work focused on movement and expression. (HPA Mss 17).
  • Jacobs (Wilbur R.) Papers, 1919-1998 [bulk dates 1937-1987]. Correspondence, research and teaching files, and writings of a UCSB history professor and scholar of the American West. (UArch FacP 16).
  • Jacobson [Calvin D.] Collection, ca. early 1900s. Picture postcards (several from Illinois), facsimiles of nineteenth century newspapers, South Mountain Railroad Co. first mortgage bond, material relating to "America in the Making," an exhibit of original American documents, and other ephemera, including greeting card with drawing “Santa Barbara from Anchorage, June 30, 1847,” by William Rich Hutton. (Wyles SC 699).
  • [Jamaica]. 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).
  • [Jamaica]. 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).
  • [Jamaica]. Graham (Grace) and Katherine R. Spencer Jamaica and Africa Photograph Album, 1922, 1930. (Bernath Mss 265).
  • [Jamaica]. New Granada Canal & Steam Navigation Company Letter, 1855. One letter (ALS) from Henry Wells, president of the New Granada Canal & Steam Navigation Company of New York, 1855, to Captain Morrill of the Steamship Osprey, detailing the itinerary and business dealings for the ship’s voyage, to include stops in Jamaica, Nicaragua, Panama, Colombia, and other ports in Latin America. (Wyles SC 296).
  • [Jamaica]. 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).
  • [Jamaica]. 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).
  • James [Charles Streatfeild] Burma and India Photograph Albums, ca. 1893-1901 [bulk dates 1897-1898]. (Bernath Mss 310).
  • James [Harry and Grace] Collection. Approximately 15,000 recordings, including long runs of Victor and Columbia 78 rpm album sets. (PA Mss 5).
  • James, Henry (1843-1916). American writer. Holdings include A Passionate Pilgrim (1875) [Spec PS2116.P37], Transatlantic Sketches (1875) [Spec PS2120.T7a], Roderick Hudson (1876) [Spec PS2116.R6 1876a], The American (1877) [Spec PS2116.A6 1877], Watch and Ward (1878) [Spec PS2116.W37 1878], French Poets and Novelists (1878) [Spec PS2120.F7a], The Europeans (1878) [Spec PS2116.E8 1878b], Daisy Miller (1879) [Spec PS2116.D3 1879 vault], The Madonna of the Future (1879) [Spec PS2116.M3 1879], Hawthorne (1879) [Spec PS2120.H38 1879a], An International Episode (1879) [Spec PS2116.I57 1879], The Diary of a Man of Fifty (1880) [Spec PS2116.D53 1880], Confidence (1880) [Spec PS2116.C65 1880b], A Bundle of Letters (1880) [Spec PS2116.B8 1880a], Washington Square (1881) [Spec PS2116.W3 1881a], The Portrait of a Lady (1881) [Spec PS2116.P6 1881a], The Siege of London (1883) [Spec PS2116.S5 1883a], Portraits of Places (1883) [Spec PS2120.P6 1883a], Tales of Three Cities (1884) [Spec PS2116.T35 1884a], The Author of Beltraffio (1885) [Spec PS2116.A85], Stories Revived (1885) [Spec PS2115.S8 1885a], A Little Tour in France (1885) [Spec PS2120.L57 1885], The Princess Casamassima (1886) [Spec PS2116.P7 1886a], The Bostonians (1886) [Spec PS2116.B6 1886a], The Reverberator (1888) [Spec PS2116.R48 1888a], Partial Portraits (1888) [Spec PS2120.P37a], The Aspern Papers (1888) [Spec PS2116.A8 1888a], The Tragic Muse (1890) [Spec PS2116.T7 1890a], The Lesson of the Master (1892) [Spec PS2116.L4 1892a], The Private Life (1893) [Spec PS2116.P78 1893a], The Wheel of Time (1893) [Spec PS2116.W47 1893], Picture and Text (1893) [Spec PS2120.P5], Guy Domville (1894) [Spec PS2120.G8 1894], Terminations (1895) [Spec PS2116.T47 1895a], The Other House (1896) [Spec PS2116.O8 1896a], Embarrassments (1896) [Spec PS2116.E52 1896a], The Spoils of Poynton (1897) [Spec PS2116.S6 1897a], In the Cage (1898) [Spec PS2116.I51 1898a], The Two Magics (1898) [Spec PS2116.T8 1898a], What Maisie Knew (1898) [Spec PS2116.W45 1898a], The Awkward Age (1899) [Spec PS2116.A9 1899a], The Soft Side (1900) [Spec PS2116.S6 1900a], The Sacred Fount (1901) [Spec PS2116.S3 1901a], The Wings of the Dove (1902) [Spec PS2116.W55 1902a], The Better Sort (1903) [Spec PS2116.B4 1903a], William Wetmore Story (1903) [Spec PS2120.W55], The Ambassadors (1903) [Spec PS2116.A5 1903a], The Golden Bowl (1905) [Spec PS2116.G59b vault], The American Scene (1907) [Spec PS2120.A5a], Views and Reviews (1908) [Spec PS2120.V54 1908], Julia Bride (1909) [Spec PS2116.J8], Italian Hours (1909) [Spec PS2120.I8 1909b], The Outcry (1911) [Spec PS2116.O87 1911b], A Small Boy and Others (1913) [Spec PS2123.A32 1913a], The Ivory Tower (1917) [Spec PS2116.I8b], The Middle Years (1917) [Spec PS2123.A34 1917b], Gabrielle de Bergerac (1918) [Spec PS2116.G3], Within the Rim (1918) [Spec PS2120.W6 1918], A Landscape Painter (1919) [Spec PS2116.L3 1919b], Travelling Companions (1919) [Spec PS2116.T75 1919], Master Eustace (1920) [Spec PS2116.M35], The Art of the Novel (1934) [Spec PS2112.A7a], The Scenic Art (1948) [Spec PS2120.S34 1948], The Ghostly Tales of Henry James (1948) [Spec PS2111.E4], The Complete Plays of Henry James (1949) [Spec PS2111.E37], and Daumier, Caricaturist (1954) [Spec PS2120.D39 1954 and Printers Z239.2.R52 J34 1954]. Fine press editions of “A Most Unholy Trade” (1923) by the Scarab Press [Printers Z239.S25 J3], Letters of Henry James to Walter Berry (1928) by the Black Sun Press (1928) [Spec PS2123.A434 1928b], The Turn of the Screw (1949) by Heritage Press [Spec PS2116.T8 1949b], The Ambassadors (1963) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS2116.A5 1963], Daisy Miller (1969) by the Heritage Press [Spec PS2116.D3 1969], Washington Square (1971) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS2116.W3 1971], and The Madonna of the Future (1997) by the Arion Press [Printers Z239.A726 J36 1997].
  • James, William (1842-1910). American psychologist and philosopher. Holdings include Talks to Teachers on Psychology, and to Students on Some of Life’s Ideals (1910) [Spec LB1051.J34 1910], Memories and Studies (1911) [Spec B945.J23 M5 1911], Essays in Radical Empiricism (1912) [Spec B945.J23 E7], and William James on Psychical Research (1960) [ARC BF1031.J27].
  • [Japan]. 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).
  • [Japan]. Aladdin Stereographs: Japan and Russia, 1901-1905. Boxed set of 42 Aladdin stereographs of Japan (including Japanese in Manchuria) and Russia, with printed captions in English. (Bernath Mss 86).
  • [Japan]. Allen (Alden L.) Japan Notebook, 1945-1946. Manuscript narrative of an American sailor’s experiences in the Pacific, including Japan’s surrender in Tokyo Harbor, visit to Nagasaki and other Japanese ports, and thoughts about dropping of the atom bomb. (SC 851).
  • [Japan]. American Ladies of Yokohama. Broadside, welcoming "our brave Volunteers…" and inviting them to the organization’s headquarters and the Seaman’s Mission Reading Room, where “Ladies will be in attendance to give full information regarding objects of interest in the vicinity of Yokohama and Tokyo,” ca. 1900-1910. (Wyles SC 752).
  • [Japan]. 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).
  • [Japan]. 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).
  • [Japan]. 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.” ontains 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).
  • [Japan]. 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).
  • [Japan]. 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).
  • [Japan]. East Asian Artifacts Collection, 1845, 1853, 1960s. Items from and related to China and Japan, including a bilingual Chinese/Manchu scroll (an imperial decree) dated 1845, a photostat with translation of a Japanese scroll related to the expedition of Commodore Mathew C. Perry to open Japan to greater western trade and influence, as well as Nō masks and miniature clay models. (Mss 91).
  • [Japan]. 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).
  • [Japan]. Fukui Holy Trinity Church Photograph Album, ca. 1930s. Photograph album dedicated to the Rt. Rev. S. H. Nichols, Bishop of Kyoto Diocese, Japan, Feb. 2, 1941. 49 b/w photos, mainly 1930s, most with captions, including many of the Fukui Holy Trinity Church (Anglican), parish house, church members, chapel, kindergarten, children’s doll festival, boys’ dormitory and residents, several pastors and families, and snow scenes. (Bernath Mss 101).
  • [Japan]. Gulick, Sidney Lewis. One letter (TLS) to Dr. Edwin Beer, requesting response to issue of promoting friendship between America and the Orient. New York, 19 Mar. 1914. Laid in Gulick’s The American Japanese Problem (1914). (Wyles SC 540).
  • [Japan]. Hiroshima Photograph Album, latter 1940s. Some bomb damage photos, and some of the 1948 earthquake, but most apparently of construction and newly built structures, perhaps of the housing area on a military base. (Bernath Mss 134).
  • [Japan]. Historic Urban Plans. Four facsimiles of printed maps and views of Chicago (1779-1857), Honolulu (1854), Kobe (1865), and Tokyo (1854). (SC 1038).
  • [Japan]. Isaacs [Max W.] Japan / Philippines Collection, ca. 1870s-1955 [bulk dates 1880s-1910s]. (Bernath Mss 284).
  • [Japan]. Japanese Calligraphy, ca. latter 1900s. Two ink on paper examples of calligraphy, one of a poem by Otaki Ringetsu (1791-1875), Kyoto female poet. (SC 719).
  • [Japan]. Japanese Saipan Photograph Album, 1914-1944. About 170 b/w snapshots and a few postcard views, of the Japanese period in Saipan. Includes a number of shots of the local Saipan population and scenery, but most of the photos are of Japanese adults and children, families, groups, leisure activities, sports (including several shots of baseball teams), boy scouts, geishas, and the extensive sugar cane industry. (Bernath Mss 69).
  • [Japan]. Kennedy [Robert E.] Japan Photograph Album, ca. 1948. Album compiled by Private Robert E. Kennedy, with 151 black/white prints including ruins of Hiroshima and Nagasaki (commercial photos), views of Yokahama, servicemen playing baseball, visiting shrines (esp. Daibutsu nr. Kurakama), Camp McNair, Japanese at work, street scenes. (Bernath Mss 206).
  • [Japan]. Korean Postcards, ca. 1920s-1930s. Nine color ethnographic cards, six of people, three of various locations in Seoul, by the Japanese colonial authorities who controlled Korea during this period, (1910-1945). (SC 873).
  • [Japan]. Nagasaki, Yokohama, and Tokyo Environs Color Photograph Album, ca. 1900-1910. 44 early (mostly) color photographs and one color postcard, many of a group of unidentified [Western, possibly British] visitors to Japan. The color photographs may be examples of the Lumière Autochrome process first patented in 1903. Some appear to be hand-tinted. Scenes include various locales onshore in Japan including views of cherry blossoms, tourists being conveyed via rickshaw and various sites in Nagasaki and Yokohama including a number of shrines, temples, and gardens; also images of a large two stack coal burning steam ship, the captain and crew of the ship (possibly of British registry, named Tokio) and passengers on board relaxing on deck. (SC 872).
  • [Japan]. Neilson (Hugo) World War II Scrapbook, 1944-1945 [bulk date 1944]. 157 black and white snapshots (captions in English), documents, clippings, and two 1944 issues of the Seabees Coverall newspaper, on scrapbook pages and loose, compiled by Hugo Neilson, Seaman First Class, with the 51st NCB (Naval Construction Battalion). Includes images of Ulithi (Caroline Islands) – fellow seamen, base, chapel, living quarters, 51st shop crew, local terrain and huts (describes construction), building airstrip in 12 days; on board ship (showing cramped quarters); Saipan – Japanese women and children, prisoners (men), Suicide Point (where hundreds of Japanese civilians leapt to their deaths), Japanese fortifications, train, sugar mill, caves, African American Marines, shop crew and shop, building airstrip; and honorable discharge, Oct. 1945. (Bernath Mss 346).
  • [Japan]. “Nihon meisho Shashin-eho,” 1936. Album of scenic places in Japan. (SC 876).
  • [Japan]. Occupied Japan Photograph Album, 1949-1950. Album of an American GI in Occupied Japan, 140+ b/w photos, most with captions, mainly of GIs, including camp life, on maneuvers, recreational activities, and a few with Japanese women. Also some related drawings and printed memorabilia. (Bernath Mss 35).
  • [Japan]. Oriental Consolidated Mining Company Photograph Collection, ca. 1931-1940. 129 black and white photographs, mainly snapshots, most with captions in English, on loose pages from two or more photo albums, likely compiled by Pitt Hyde, a geologist working for the American owned and operated Oriental Consolidated Mining (OCM) Company which was mining for gold in the Hokuchin area of present day Unsan county, eastern North Pyongan province, North Korea, during the period of Japanese occupation. Includes images of Pitt Hyde, family, other OCM employees, their families and homes, the club, Korean gold panning, sluice, water wheel stamp mill, large industrial plant (where ore was processed by stamp milling, flotation, regrinding, and cyanide treatment), nearby river, landscapes in winter with snow, Korean employees, local population, homes, street scenes, funeral procession and grave. (Bernath Mss 345).
  • [Japan]. Philippines, Hong Kong, and Japan Photograph Album, 1923-1924. 44 b/w snapshots, apparently taken by an American sailor. About half the images are of Philippine people and scenes on the island of Bohol, especially Tagbilaran, along with other parts of Philippines (Zamboango, Cebu, Mkindanao), street scenes in Japan (Yokohama and Kobe), and Hong Kong. (SC 834).
  • [Japan]. Philippines and Japan Photograph Album, ca. early 1900s. (SC 907).
  • [Japan]. Philippines / Japan / U.S. Photograph Album, ca. 1930s-1940s. (Bernath Mss 249).
  • [Japan]. Post-World War II Japan Photographs, ca. late 1940s-early 1950s. 24 black and white photographs, many with same G.I., including images of war damaged Catholic church, other buildings, countryside, several with Japanese men, women, and children, location unknown. (SC 1094).
  • [Japan]. Preble, George Henry (1816-1885). One letter (ALS) re impending voyage to the Pacific, from Rear Admiral, U.S.N., who accompanied Perry’s mission to Japan and later, in 1884, commanded the first American armed landing force in China. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 8 Oct. 1859. (Wyles SC 179).
  • [Japan]. Pruessman [Gladys] Japan Photograph Album, 1929. Album of a General Electric executive’s family in Japan, with about 300 b/w photos and ephemera such as newspaper clippings, telegrams, cards, ships’ menus, passenger lists, postcards, pamphlets, invitations, theater tickets and programs, and hotel menus. In addition to snapshots of the family, the album includes numerous images (snapshots and commercial) of Yokohama, Tokyo, Miyanoshita, Nara, Nikko, street and countyside scenes, Kabuki theatre, as well as trips to Shanghai, Hong Kong, Manila, and a stop in Honolulu on the way home. (Bernath Mss 45).
  • [Japan]. 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).
  • [Japan]. Royal Australian Air Force World War II Photograph Collection, ca. 1943-1946. Album and loose b/w snapshots and commercial photos. Includes images of New Guinea and post war Japan. (Bernath Mss 170).
  • [Japan]. Shepherd [Alfred James] Papers, ca. 1930s-1950s. Includes material relating to Taiwan, Japan, and Guam. (Bernath Mss 251).
  • [Japan]. Silva [Zelta] Korea and Japan Photograph Albums, 1945-1952. (Bernath Mss 328).
  • [Japan]. Stereoviews – Japan, ca. 1900. 18 stereoviews, mostly Japan – modern copies. (SC 1106).
  • [Japan]. Thomson [C. R.] Japan and China Photograph Albums, 1917. (Wyles Mss 108).
  • [Japan]. Tindale [Thomas K.] Japanese Papermaking Photographs, ca. 1948-1951. (Printers Mss 45).
  • [Japan]. Veeder [H. P.] Japan Trip Scrapbook, 1919. Scrapbook of a trip from San Francisco to Yokohama on the S.S. Tenyo Maru, items including passenger list souvenir, telegrams, menus, Yokohama map, brochures and programs for July 4th celebrations, receipts, railway schedules, Nikko Hotel ephemera and map, programs from recital and concert with violinist Henry Eichheim (Eicheim spent his later years in Santa Barbara; his papers and musical instruments are at UCSB). (SC 940).
  • [Japan]. 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).
  • [Japan]. World War II Propaganda Flyer, 1945. Dropped by the U.S. Army Corps on flights over Japan just before the dropping of the atom bombs – warning the Japanese that the hour of the Empire’s defeat was soon at hand. Includes illustration of a clock, with hours depicting islands once held by Japan. (SC 969).
  • [Japan]. World War II – U. S. Forces in the Pacific Photograph Album, ca. 1942-1945 World War II era photograph album of U.S. forces in the Pacific, ca. 1942-1945, containing 300+ photos, most black/white but some color prints and a few picture postcards, few with captions. Includes a number of shots of Naval personnel, bulldozers, and camps – apparently taken by a member of a Seabee unit. Also, a number of shots of local scenery and inhabitants, apparently New Guinea, New Hebrides (shown on French postcards), and Okinawa. The last part of the album has some miscellany, including clippings about Seabees on Okinawa, and a few pieces of Japanese paper currency and military currency. (Bernath Mss 73).
  • [Japan]. Yokohama, Japan – U.S. Army Photographs, 1948-1950. 12 black and white photographs taken by various U.S. Army photographers and including images of Bob Hope and Marilyn Maxwell performing and visiting wounded GIs. (SC 1093).
  • Japan and China Photograph Album, 1938-1939. (Bernath Mss 195).
  • Japan and China Picture Postcard Album, ca. 1910s. (Bernath Mss 309).
  • Japan, Irkutsk (Siberia), and Manchuria Photograph Collection, 1901-1902. Eleven b/w photos, most with captions on the back, including scenes of Japanese rickshaws and people, Japanese station and hotel, orthodox church and nuseum in Irkutsk, horse and cart carrying firewood, and railway water tower in Manchuria. (SC 833).
  • Japan – Okinawa Photograph Album, 1952-1953. (Bernath Mss 147).
  • Japan Parade Photograph Album, [ca. late 1800s-early 1900s]. 22 black and white snapshots. (SC 1058).
  • Japan Photograph Album, ca. 1880s. 18 hand-colored images; Kimbei Kusakabe, photographer. (Wyles SC 970).
  • Japan Photograph Album, ca. 1880s. (Wyles Mss 109).
  • Japan Photograph Album, ca. 1900. (Bernath Mss 269).
  • Japan Photograph Album, ca. late 1940s-early 1950s. (Bernath Mss 299).
  • Japan Photograph Collection, ca. 1900s-1960s? 140+ black/white snapshots of Japanese men, women, children and a Japanese wedding party. Captions on back of a couple of prints only. (SC 908).
  • Japan Photographs, ca. 1920s. 23 black and white snapshots, no captions, with images of geishas, theatre, gardens, flooded streets, Sumo wrestling, groups of men, women and children, location unknown. Difficult to date, but one photo includes European whose dress suggest 1920s or thereabouts. (SC 1095).
  • Japan Photographs, ca. 1945-1947. 160+ black/white snapshots, including some of Hiroshima. (Bernath Mss 149).
  • Japan – Post World War II Photograph Album, ca. 1946. 142 black / white snapshots with handwritten captions, along with 10 loose b/w photos and other ephemera, belonging to an American GI who apparently was in Japan after WWII, around 1946. Mostly Tokyo, also places like Kamakura. Includes images of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Imperial Hotel, many other buildings (some with war damage), embassies, temples, gardens, street scenes, Ginza, rickshaws, and fellow soldiers. (Bernath Mss 88).
  • Japan Shipwreck Photograph Album, ca. 1910s-1920s. (Bernath Mss 331).
  • Japan, Siberia, and U.S. Photograph Album, ca. 1902-1934 [bulk date 1916]. (Bernath Mss 354).
  • Japan Subject Collection, ca. late 1800s-mid 1900s. Maps, brochures, and other printed ephemera. (Bernath Mss 188).
  • Japan [Tokyo] Photograph Album, ca. 1952-1953. Compiled by an American G.I. probably associated with the Tokyo Army Hospital. Shows post-war Tokyo street scenes, etc. (Bernath Mss 200).
  • Japan Travel Scrapbooks, 1936. (Bernath Mss 353).
  • Japan [Yokohama] Photograph Album, ca. 1900-1910. (Bernath Mss 361).
  • [Japanese Americans]. Billigmeier (Robert) Collection, 1940-1987 [bulk dates 1942-1943]. Materials from a UCSB professor, re his study of the World War II Japanese evacuation and Tule Lake Relocation Center. (CEMA 60).
  • [Japanese Americans]. Ito (Michio) Collection. Materials relating to the Japanese American dancer and choreographer. (CEMA 25).
  • [Japanese Americans]. Manzanar Relocation Center Collection, ca. early 1940s. Correspondence, photographs, newsletters, and related materials. (SC 198).
  • [Japanese Americans]. Takeda (Helen S. Komoto) Oral History. Interviews with a Japanese Niseii family. (OH 90).
  • [Japanese Americans]. Takeda (Horoshi) Oral History. (OH 91).
  • [Japanese Americans]. Tanaka (Gayle) Papers. Personal collection of an award-winning Asian American painter, print-maker and photographer. (CEMA 19).
  • Japanese Calligraphy, ca. latter 1900s. Two ink on paper examples of calligraphy, one of a poem by Otaki Ringetsu (1791-1875), Kyoto female poet. (SC 719).
  • Japanese Family Photograph Album, ca. 1930s. (Bernath Mss 197).
  • Japanese in Manchuria Photograph Album, 1930s. 190 b/w snapshots, showing one Japanese soldier’s experience in Manchuria in the 1930s. Includes scenes of barracks like, fellow soldiers, friends and family, life in the field, and a few images of local landscape and people. (Bernath Mss 136).
  • Japanese Papermaking Photographs, ca. 1920s. 16 assorted photographs (“coloured by hand” per description in English on envelope) showing method of Japanese paper making from the gathering and processing of the raw materials to the final bundling of the paper for shipment. (SC 858).
  • Japanese Saipan Photograph Album, 1914-1944. About 170 b/w snapshots and a few postcard views, of the Japanese period in Saipan. Includes a number of shots of the local Saipan population and scenery, but most of the photos are of Japanese adults and children, families, groups, leisure activities, sports (including several shots of baseball teams), boy scouts, geishas, and the extensive sugar cane industry. (Bernath Mss 69).
  • Japanese Soldiers in China, ca. 1930s. Eight black and white negatives. (SC 1077).
  • Japanese View Book, ca. 1935. 36 page booklet in English with printed photographs and Illustrations, highlighting various aspects of Japan’s geography, culture, and industry. Includes color map of the Japanese islands which also shows eastern China, Korea, and Manchuria. Also, two pages on Manchoukuo (Manzhouguo), which existed from 1931 to 1945. (SC 875).
  • Japanese Woodblock Print Book Collection, ca. 1600s-early 1900s. (Printers Mss 61).
  • Japanese Woodblock Print Poem Cards, ca. latter 1800s. (Printers Mss 52).
  • Japanese Woodblock Prints, 1964. 1964 portfolio calendar with woodblock prints for each month. (Printers Mss 55).
  • Japanese Woodcut Fan Albums, late 1800s-early 1900s. Two fan albums featuring 28 separate Meiji/Taisho era Japanese artists, as well as eight Hiroshige reprints. Fan albums, created as marketing tools, were a compilation of a season’s available designs, commissioned by some of the most eminent artists of the day. (Printers Mss 66).
  • Jarvis, Samuel Farmer. Mainly bills and receipts, 1812-1849, of an East Coast Episcopal minister and theologian. In: Nineteenth Century Americana Collection (Mss 2).
  • [Java]. 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).
  • Jeffers [Robinson] Collection. Extensive collection of printed works by Jeffers, including first, inscribed, and fine press editions. Manuscript materials are listed separately.
  • Jeffers [Robinson] / Frank H. Armstrong Collection, 1926-1980. Correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, magazines, and various pieces of ephemera related to Jeffers, such as announcements, broadsides, flyers, and handbills, as well as three large matted photographic portraits. The bulk of the correspondence is between Una Jeffers and Armstrong. (Mss 53).
  • Jeffers [Robinson] Photographs, ca. 1920s. Collection of nine b/w photos, some at Tor House and some inscribed to Harry Taylor. (SC 727).
  • Jendarata Rubber Company Ltd Photograph Album, ca. 1914. 52 b/w photos, with captions in Danish, showing the Jendarata rubber plantation and factory in Lower Perak, then part of the Federated Malay States (now Malaysia), which was established by Danish engineer Aage Westenholz, uncle of Karen Blixen (Out of Africa), whose farm in Kenya he also helped fund. Also includes images of Danish managers and local population (described as Javanese), countryside, musicians and instruments, religious festivals, Malacca, and Bornam River. (Bernath Mss 274).
  • Jenkins (Sheridan) Guatemala Coffee Plantation Correspondence, 1912-1922. (Wyles SC 1056).
  • Jenks, William. Letters, ca. 1806-1858, to Jenks, a prominent Congregational Minister and antiquarian, mostly about routine church matters. In: Nineteenth Century Americana Collection (Mss 2).
  • Jerome, Thomas Spencer (1864-1914). One letter (ALS) from Spencer, a Roman historian and American Vice-Consul in Capri to Bob [?] about their friendship and his recent life in Capri. Capri, 23 February 1902. (SC 432).
  • Jerrold, Blanchard (1826-1884). One letter (ALS) from English writer, journalist, and newspaper editor Jerrold to unknown recipient, responding he regrets he cannot interfere in a personal matter. [London, 1882?]. Found in Jerrold’s The Life of George Cruikshank in Two Epochs (1882). (SC 430).
  • Jerusalem Photographs, ca. 1890. 3 albumen prints of Jerusalem scenes, plus 2 prints of Cairo and 1 of Palermo. (SC 874).
  • “Jewish Art Treasures in Prague.” Set of 12 black and white photo postcards and accompanying multi-language descriptive pamphlet, 1965. (SC 1006).
  • Jewish Business Trade Cards, ca. 1880s-1890s. 12 advertising cards for Jewish businesses in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island. (SC 939).
  • Jewish Diaspora News Photograph Collection, ca. 1934-1962. (Bernath Mss 109).
  • Jewish Journals and Newspapers, 1920s-1940s. Includes issues of Fun Letsten Churbn: Tsaytshrift fur Geshikhte funYidishn Lebn betn Natsi-Rezshim – The Last Extermination: Journal for the History of the Jewish People During the Nazi Regime (ed. by Israel Kaplan; Munich, 1946-1948); Nuestra Ayuda (Mexico: Sociedad Mexicana OSE, 1945); Tsum Oktayber: Vekentliker Organ fun der Kom [Unistisher] Partay Urgugvayer Sektsion fun Komintern (Communist Party, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1931-1933); Unser Tsayt – Sotsyalistishe Hoydesh-Shrift [Unzer Cajt] (Warsaw, 1927-1929). (Mss 259).
  • Jewish Servicemen in World War I Records, 1920. Mainly “War Service Record of Soldiers, Sailors and Marines” forms, completed in 1920 for the Pennsylvania War History Commission, and supporting documentation. Includes information for Captain Jacques M. Swaab of the 22nd Aero Squadron, noted as one of the ten most successful American pilots of the war. (SC 945).
  • Joe Davis Entertainment and Minstrel Folio, ca. 1930. Printed song and jokebook issued by Joe Davis Inc., Music Publishers, 1658 Broadway, New York City. (Wyles SC 1092).
  • [Johanson?] Family Photograph Album, ca. 1910s-1930s. 101 black and white snapshots, various sizes, some with captions in English, most noting family first names and one of Grandpa Johanson. Includes images of men, women and children (many of Bud and Helen) in groups and individually, on farms in Canada, Minnesota, and Washington, often in or by automobiles, man speaking into early Dictaphone, another standing by office water cooler, moving van, movie theatre with poster for the film Singing River (1921), Hotel Columbia, heavy equipment building or repairing railroad line, and men in uniform (possibily World War I). (Wyles SC 1055).
  • Johnson, Andrew. Portraits. (Wyles SC 713).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Johnson [Charles H.] Papers, ca. 1858-1916 [bulk dates 1861-1866]. Mainly correspondence from Charles H. Johnson, a Civil War Union soldier, Michigan Cavalry, 1st Regiment (Vol.), Co. M, to his mother, 1858-1866, as well as some later correspondence, a few photographs, and miscellany, including a cookbook with medicinal recipes and Civil War diary entries from 1862. (Wyles Mss 36).
  • Johnson, Lyndon B. [U. S. Senator]. One letter (TLS) to Mr. and Mrs. J. N. McNabb, re concern about fiscal responsibility. Washington, [D.C.], 2 July 1959. (SC 160).
  • Johnson, Reverdy (1796-1876). One letter (ALS) to an unknown party from Pikesville, MD, re a legal case that remains unresolved, 26 Aug. 1856. Johnson was counsel for the defense on the Dred Scott case about this time, but there is no clear indication this letter refers to that case. Johnson also was Attorney General under Zachary Taylor (1849-1850), U.S. Senator (1863-1868), and Minister to Great Britain (1868-1869). (Wyles SC 128).
  • Johnson, Samuel (1709-1784). English writer and lexicographer. Holdings include Irene: A Tragedy (1754) [Spec PR3526.A1 1754], A Dictionary of the English Language (1755) [Spec PE1620.J6 vault], his eight-volume edition of The Plays of William Shakespeare (1765) [Spec PR2752.J7 1765], A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland (1775) [Spec DA880.H4 J6 1775b], the four-volume set The Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets (1781) [Spec PR553.J6 1781], and Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia (1798) [Spec PR3529.A1 1798]. Fine press editions of The Vanity of Human Wishes, 1749 (1927) by the Clarendon Press [Spec PR3530.V3 1927], Prayers (1937) by the Golden Eagle Press [Printers Z239.G648 J635], and The Fountains (1982) in miniature [Printers Z239.H48 J646 1982]. See also The Life of Samuel Johnson (1787) by John Hawkins [Spec PR3533.H3 1787], Footsteps of Dr. Johnson (1973) by G. Birkbeck Hill [Spec PR3533.H387 1890a], and the works of James Boswell, listed above.
  • Johnson, Thomas P. Cancelled check from Sheriff Thomas P. Johnson to R. B Turner & Co., for $26.11. San Francisco: Palmer, Cook & Co., Bankers, Sept. 19, 1853. (Wyles SC 1073).
  • Johnston [Edward] Calligraphy Sheet, 13 June 1907. One sheet, ink on paper, by British craftsman Edward Johnson, considered one of the fathers of modern calligraphy. (SC 1020).
  • Johnston, Gen. Joseph E. [Gen.]. Two engraved portraits, [ca. 1850s-1860s]. (Wyles SC 764).
  • Jonathan Parker’s Gateway Institute (Ojai, CA). Catalog, 1990. (HPA SC 73).
  • Jones [Albert B.] Mexican Copybook, 1898-1899. (Wyles SC 1005).
  • Jones [Herschell Vespasian] Collection, 1886-1965. Primarily correspondence to Herschel Jones (1861-1928), editor of the Minneapolis Journal and collector of Americana. Correspondents include Charles Evans Hughes, Charles H. Mayo, Thomas Nast, Robert E. Peary, Theodore Roosevelt, and Lillian Russell. Also invitations to Presidential events, from several presidents. (Mss 54).
  • Jones [Idwal] Collection, 1920-1964. Correspondence, typescripts, and ephemera belonging to author Idwal Jones. Correspondents include Norman Douglas, Isobel Field, M. F. K. Fisher, Aldous Huxley, and Wyndham Lewis. (Mss 55).
  • Jones, Richard M. Articles, 1982, n.d. (HPA SC 124).
  • Jones, Thomas. One Civil War letter (ALS). Camp near Black River, 29 Jan. 1863. (Wyles SC 338).
  • Jonson, Ben (1572-1637). English playwright. Holdings include early editions of his plays Volpone (1616) [Spec PR2622.A1 1616], Sejanus His Fall (1616) [Spec PR2619.A1 1616], The Poëtaster (1616) [Spec PR2617.A1 1616], and A Tale of a Tub (1640) [Spec PR2621.A1 1640]; see also Workes (1616) [Spec PR2600.C16 vault], The Workes of Benjamin Jonson (1640) [Spec PR2600.C40b], and Ben Johnson’s Jests (1789) [Spec PN6173.B35]. Facsimile of the 1612 printing of The Alchemist (1927) [Spec PR2605.A1 1612a]. Fine press editions of The Masque of Queenes (1930) by the King’s Printers [Printers Z239.2.K5 J6], A Croppe of Kisses (1937) by the Golden Cockerel Press [Spec PR2603.C8 vault], and the broadside When I Would Know Thee - My Thought Looks (1953) by the Grabhorn Press [Printers Z239.G7 J675 1953]. Jonson’s poem “Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes” has been set to music, and several versions are available on 78 RPM records, including a performance by Paul Robeson [PA Mss 19/ ARVM 14651].
  • [Jordan]. 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).
  • [Jordan]. Evershed (J. A.) East Africa, Egypt, Palestine Photograph Album, 1924. More than 140 b/w snapshots of Tanganyika (now Tanzania) including Tabora, Dodoma, Dar-es-Salaam, and Tanga, several of local schools and teachers, British and Tanganyikan. Also, views of Port Said, Zanzibar, Mombassa, Djibouti, Aden, and Port Sudan. Egypt views of the Pyramids and Sphinx, Cairo, and Suez Canal. Holy Land (Palestine) shots of street scenes of Jerusalem, Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, Jaffa, and Bethlehem. (Bernath Mss 63).
  • Jordan and Israel Photograph Album, 1955. (Bernath Mss 179).
  • Jordan, David Starr. Clippings, ca. 1931, about Jordan, Stanford University’s first president, and other Stanford ephemera, including three picture postcards of 1906 earthquake damage. (SC 161).
  • Jordan Photograph Album, 1962-1963. (Bernath Mss 146).
  • [Journalism]. 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).
  • [Journalism]. 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.
  • [Journalism]. Menzies [Jean Storke] Collection, 1897-1995 [bulk dates 1955-1992]. Primarily files of organizations and institutions with which Menzies was associated (including Santa Barbara Mission and UCSB). Also personal papers and subject files (people, places, subjects). Menzies spent years in India with husband Ernest Menzies, who was a businessman there; was daughter of Thomas Storke (owner, publisher of Santa Barbara News-Press) and a journalist herself. Many of files contain articles by her and related background research matter. Also, numerous monographs, many related to Asia, which have been cataloged separately. (SBHC Mss 34).
  • [Journalism]. Storke (Charles A., II) Collection, ca. 1911-1998. Papers of Charles A. Storke II, Montecito resident, newspaperman, businessman, son of Thomas M. Storke. (SBHC Mss 38).
  • [Journalism]. Storke [Thomas M.] Collection. Includes scrapbook, speeches, photo, miscellaneous articles by Storke and copies of awards presented to him, and numerous condolences to his wife re his death. (SBHC Mss 37).
  • [Journalism]. Veblen [Paul] Papers, ca. 1960s-1970s. Notes and articles about the Santa Barbara News-Press and Paul Veblen’s involvement in the John Birch Society ‘skirmish’; letters and copies of letters to Veblen from Pearl Chase, along with her copy of Seven Hundred Chinese Proverbs, inscribed to him. (SBHC Mss 69).
  • [Judaica]. Aden – British Camel Battery Photograph Album, ca. 1902-1904. 48 albumen prints of British Camel Battery in action against Turkish forces, Aden (Yemen) countryside and villages, Arab men, women, and children, local Jewish population. (Bernath Mss 143).
  • [Judaica]. American Jewish Historical Society. One letter (TLS) from A. S. W. Rosenbach, President of the Society, to Sol Bloom, re membership in the Society and information about the Society’s holdings relating to George Washington. Philadelphia, n.d. (SC 356).
  • [Judaica]. American Religions Collection. More than 30,000 books, as well as a large number of serials and approximately 1,000 linear feet of manuscripts mainly relating to 20th century non-traditional religions and splinter groups of larger religious bodies in North America. Includes a number of printed works relating to Judaism, including attitudes and responses of other religions toward Judaism, as well as manuscript files relating to a number of Jewish groups such as the American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress, Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith, Jewish Defense League, Kabbalah Centre, National Council of Jewish Women, and Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
  • [Judaica]. Astrinsky Family Yiddish – East European Postcard Album, ca. 1900-1924. Photograph album in a customized box labeled with the family name Astrinsky. The album contains 53 postcards, some in color, depicting a variety of people and places with messages handwritten in Yiddish. Many are from areas in Eastern Europe including such locales as Warsaw and Białystok. Captions are in Russian, Polish, Yiddish, and German. A number of the cards are addressed to a Mr. J. Astrinsky in Brooklyn, New York. There are also a handwritten (in Yiddish) note laid in and three handwritten documents (in Yiddish) tipped in. (Bernath Mss 108).
  • [Judaica]. Bennet (Robert) Mediterranean Photograph Album, ca. early 1930s. About 200 b/w photographs, many commercial, captions in English compiled by United States Merchant Mariner Robert Bennet. Includes images of Egypt (Cairo, Pyramids, Alexandria), Lebanon (Beyrouth/Beirut), Palestine (Haifa, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem), Syria, Italy (Naples), Gibraltar, Marseille, Morocco (Casablanca), Algiers, and a bull fight in Seville. (Bernath Mss 276).
  • [Judaica]. Bernath [Stuart L.] Memorial Collection. Nearly 2,000 books and 100+ manuscript collections (listed separately) focusing on American diplomatic history and international relations. Includes a number of printed works on the Holocaust, U.S.-Israeli and Arab-Israeli relations.
  • [Judaica]. Black-Jewish Information Center Press Releases, 1979-1983. (ARC Mss 38).
  • [Judaica]. California. Printed works on the history of Jews in California.
  • [Judaica]. California Feminist Presses Collection. Copies of printed works mainly by southern California presses, including the Women’s Institute for Continuing Jewish Education.
  • [Judaica]. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) Audio Archive. A number 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, these include programs such as “The Religious Dimensions of Judaism,” “The Concept of Justice in Jewish Law,” “Jewish Ethnicity: Ideology and Reality,” “The Relevance of Judaism Today,” and “The Universal Implications of Judaism.” (Mss 18).
  • [Judaica]. 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. Includes materials relating to conferences, seminars, and programs on topics such as Jewish community relations, ethnicity, Jewish-Arab relations, law, mysticism, theology, and traditions. (Mss 18).
  • [Judaica]. Davidson [Eugene] Collection, ca. 1917-2002. Books and papers of an historian and editor of Yale University Press, primarily relating to 20th century German history, including the Weimar Republic, Third Reich, Holocaust, Nuremberg trials, international war tribunals, and the Cold War period. (Mss 185).
  • [Judaica]. 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).
  • [Judaica]. Evershed (J. A.) East Africa, Egypt, Palestine Photograph Album, 1924. More than 140 b/w snapshots of Tanganyika (now Tanzania) including Tabora, Dodoma, Dar-es-Salaam, and Tanga, several of local schools and teachers, British and Tanganyikan. Also, views of Port Said, Zanzibar, Mombassa, Djibouti, Aden, and Port Sudan. Egypt views of the Pyramids and Sphinx, Cairo, and Suez Canal. Holy Land (Palestine) shots of street scenes of Jerusalem, Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, Jaffa, and Bethlehem. (Bernath Mss 63).
  • [Judaica]. Gruenthal [Frank] Collection, ca. 1896-1920s. Diaries and photograph albums, including World War I era, from a German-Jewish ancestor of the Gruenthal family. (Bernath Mss 95).
  • [Judaica]. Hathaway [Charles Montgomery Jr.] Papers, 1895-1939. Papers of an American academic and diplomat who served in the Dominican Republic, England, Ireland, Budapest, Bombay, and Germany. Includes a 1933 dispatch re a visit to Dachau Concentration Camp. (Bernath Mss 9).
  • [Judaica]. Historical Sound Recordings. Cylinders and 78 rpm recordings, ca. 1900-1950, including classical, folk, popular, and spoken word, with titles such as “I’m a Yiddish Cowboy,” “My Mother’s Sabbath Candles,” “At the Yiddish Wedding Jubilee,” “Chasidic in America,” “Hebrew Vaudeville Specialty,”and “Die Naye Polka,” featuring a number of Jewish performers.
  • [Judaica]. Jerusalem Photographs, ca. 1890. 3 albumen prints of Jerusalem scenes, plus 2 prints of Cairo and 1 of Palermo. (SC 874).
  • [Judaica]. “Jewish Art Treasures in Prague.” Set of 12 black and white photo postcards and accompanying multi-language descriptive pamphlet, 1965. (SC 1006).
  • [Judaica]. Jewish Business Trade Cards, ca. 1880s-1890s. 12 advertising cards for Jewish businesses in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island. (SC 939).
  • [Judaica]. Jewish Diaspora News Photograph Collection, ca. 1934-1962. (Bernath Mss 109).
  • [Judaica]. Jewish Journals and Newspapers, 1920s-1940s. Includes issues of Fun Letsten Churbn: Tsaytshrift fur Geshikhte funYidishn Lebn betn Natsi-Rezshim – The Last Extermination: Journal for the History of the Jewish People During the Nazi Regime (ed. by Israel Kaplan; Munich, 1946-1948); Nuestra Ayuda (Mexico: Sociedad Mexicana OSE, 1945); Tsum Oktayber: Vekentliker Organ fun der Kom [Unistisher] Partay Urgugvayer Sektsion fun Komintern (Communist Party, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1931-1933); Unser Tsayt - Sotsyalistishe Hoydesh-Shrift [Unzer Cajt] (Warsaw, 1927-1929). (Mss 259).
  • [Judaica]. Jewish Servicemen in World War I Records, 1920. Mainly “War Service Record of Soldiers, Sailors and Marines” forms, completed in 1920 for the Pennsylvania War History Commission, and supporting documentation. Includes information for Captain Jacques M. Swaab of the 22nd Aero Squadron, noted as one of the ten most successful American pilots of the war. (SC 945).
  • [Judaica]. 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).
  • [Judaica]. Levy (Rachel) Santa Barbara Autograph Album, 1880s. Autographs and messages from friends, relatives, teachers, many of whom were members of the Santa Barbara Jewish community of the latter nineteenth century. (SC 1114).
  • [Judaica]. Literature. First and signed editions of notable authors such as Saul Bellow, Michael Chabon ( 2002 UCSB Corle lecturer), Harlan Ellison, Allen Ginsberg, William Goldman, Ben Hecht, Tony Kushner (1997 UCSB Corle lecturer), Norman Mailer, Bernard Malamud, Arthur Miller, Chaim Potok, Philip Roth, John Sanford (Santa Barbara resident), Isaac Bashevis Singer, Susan Sontag, Gertrude Stein, and Nathanael West.
  • [Judaica]. Middle East Photo Album, ca. 1930s-early 1940s. More than 150 black/white images, mainly Palestine (Tiberias, Mt. Hermon, Dagania, Haifa, Akka, Tel-Aviv, Bethlehem, Ramallah, and Jerusalem). (Bernath Mss 68).
  • [Judaica]. Northcott, Richard (1871-1931). Two letters (ALS) from English biographer Northcott, to Dr. Wyatt Wingrave, re Wingrave’s reminiscences of Adah Isaacs Menken, American Jewish actress, painter, and poet. Southbourne, [England], 8 and 10 October 1921. Found in Northcott’s Adah Isaacs Menken (London, 1921). (SC 461).
  • [Judaica]. Religious Texts. Early works such as the Hebraica Biblia, Latina Planeq (Basil, 1546); Hamishah Humshe Torah (Antwerp, 1573); Biblia Hebraicas (1619); Biblia Sacra Polyglotta (London, 1655-1657; in Hebrew and other languages); Biblia Hebraica Accuratissima (Amsterdam, 1667).
  • [Judaica]. 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).
  • [Judaica]. Sanford [John B.] / Smith [Robert W.] Collection, ca. 1982-1991. Mainly correspondence from Sanford (author of the autobiographical five-volume Scenes from the Life of an American Jew) to Smith. Also includes typescript drafts of articles by Sanford, and other material about Sanford and his work. (Mss 34).
  • [Judaica]. Skofield [Hobart O.] Printers Collection. Includes printed works on the history of Hebrew books and illuminated manuscripts; Jewish book artists; facsimiles of early and rare works such as the Kennicott Bible (manuscript Hebrew bible written in 1476) and the 1527 Prague Haggadah; fine press editions such as Allen Ginsberg’s Kaddish for Naomi Ginsberg (Arion Press, 1992).
  • [Judaica]. Snap [Agusta W.] Oral History. Interviews re Third Reich, Germany, World War II, and the Holocaust. (OH 111).
  • [Judaica]. Spanish Inquisition Documents, 1616-1816. Mainly records of pensions and property confiscated as part of the Inquisition and appeals to the crown by Jewish citizens requesting protection from discrimination and just access to jobs and professions in society, most from the Kingdom of Mallorca and predominantly the city of Palma. (Mss 118).
  • [Judaica]. Vilnius [Lithuania] and Palestine Jewish Zionist Photograph Collection, 1930s. 62 b/w photographs, mostly snapshots. (SC 961).
  • [Judaica]. Wittenstein [George J.] Oral History. Interviews re personal and family history, and his participation in the White Rose resistance movement, which opposed persecution of Jews in Nazi Germany. (OH 103).
  • [Judaica]. Wyatt [Sophia] Jerusalem Committee Papers, ca. 1969-1981. Articles, flyers, leaflets, bulletins, correspondence, and audiotapes (interviews) collected by Wyatt, of Santa Monica, California, mainly regarding the Jerusalem Committee and its activities. (Mss 211).
  • [Judaica]. Wyles (William) Collection. Includes printed works on Jews in the Civil War and in the American West.
  • [Judaica]. Yizkor (Memorial) Books. Many published in post-war Israel and pertaining to the earlier history of Jewish communities in Belarus, Bulgaria, Ethiopia, Iran, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, and elsewhere, often extensively illustrated with photographs and historic documents, mainly in Hebrew and/or Yiddish.
  • Jung [C. G.] Club of Claremont, CA. Leaflets, 1988-1989. (HPA SC 136).
  • Jung [C. G.] Institute of Chicago. Leaflets, 1977-1985, n.d. (HPA SC 137).
  • Jung [C. G.] Institute of Los Angeles. Leaflets, 1975-1988, n.d. (HPA SC 138).
  • Jung [C. G.] Institute of San Francisco. Leaflets, 1987-1989, n.d. (HPA SC 139).
  • Jung [C. G.] Institute of Zurich. Leaflet, 1984. (HPA SC 140).
  • Jungian Conferences at Universities. Leaflets, 1977-1981, n.d. (HPA SC 141).
  • Jurgensmeyer [Mark] / Radhasoami Collection, ca. 1918-1980s [bulk dates 1960s-1980s]. Pamphlets, articles, brochures, annual reports, and other printed materials (copies and originals) about the Radhasoami religious groups and leaders such as Kirpal Singh, Darshan Singh, and Faqir Singh, collected by UCSB professor Jurgensmeyer. Accompanying books have been cataloged separately. (ARC Mss 3).
  • Juvenal (c.65-128) [full name Decimus Junius Juvenalis]. Roman lyric poet, known for his satirical verse. Holdings include editions of Satyræ by Schrevel (1684) [Spec PA6446.A2 1684], Casaubon (1695) [Spec PA6446.A2 1695], and Baskerville (1761) [Printers Z239.2.B3 J8 vault]; fine press editions of Satirae Decem et Sex (1845) by Chiswick Press [Spec PA6466.A2 1845 and Printers Z239.2.C36 J88] and Woman: A Satire (1926) by the Casanova Society [Spec PA6447.E5 W753 1926].