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  • 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).
  • Kairos Institute (Rancho Santa Fe, CA). Flyers, 1971. (HPA SC 74).
  • Kamal, Ahmad. Typescript, "A Manuscript Crinkled by Dewfall, Bleached by the Sun," inscribed to Wallace Hebberd, 1968. (SC 162).
  • Kamchatka Photograph Album, ca. 1894. 24 mounted black/white photographs of the Kamchatka Peninsula and the Bering Sea, with captions in Russian. Includes images of the visit of a Russian naval ship, as well as two other ships, the H.M.S. Daphne and the U.S.S. Petrel. In 1894 the U.S.S. Petrel was dispatched to the Bering Sea to discourage seal poaching and later took part in Dewey’s capture of Manila Bay. (Bernath Mss 175).
  • [Kansas]. Haskin, John B. One letter (ALS) to William A Seaver, re Bleeding Kansas. Washington, 19 Dec. 1857. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • [Kansas]. Lewis, Lloyd. Correspondence and typescript notes, ca. 1930s-1940s by an historian who wrote extensively on Kansas, Lincoln, and the Civil War. (Wyles SC 875).
  • [Kansas]. McNabb [Katherine] Oral History, 1971. Interviews with UCSB librarian McNabb, re her times at Columbia Library School, Greenwich Village in the 1930s, Kansas City Public Library, and the UCSB Library. (OH 61).
  • [Kansas]. One typescript manuscript by Ellen Beckman re Kansas in the 1850s. (Wyles SC 874).
  • Karachi Photograph Album, 1930. 85+ b/w snapshots, with views of Gibraltar, Malta, Port Said, Port Sudan, and Aden, taken on the voyage to Karachi [present day Pakistan]. The Karachi area shots include harbor and street scenes, as well as transplanted British sporting events such as rugby, golf, and boating, British officers’ quarters, colleagues and family. (Bernath Mss 64).
  • Karczag [Dezso] Papers, ca. 1920s-1991. Autobiography of Karczag and his association with the Santa Barbara-based Direct Relief International. (Mss 58).
  • Karen, Ann Elizabeth. Letter and workshop program, 1976. (HPA SC 75).
  • Kars Photograph Album, ca. 1878-1921. 24 b/w images, with captions in Russian. Kars, now part of Turkey, was part of the Russian Empire at the time and the album apparently belonged to a Russian Tsarist officer serving in the area. Mainly landscapes from the Agri Dagi mountains south of Kars or the routes north of Kars to Oltu, Artvin, Ardahan, and Batum. Several images show small mounted parties of Russian officers and Cossacks, as well as close-ups of Kurdish groups, a salt mine, the ruined fortress at Oltu, waterfalls, local inhabitants drawing water at a spring, and stone bridges. (Bernath Mss 53).
  • Kashmir Photograph Album, 1912. (SC 1100).
  • Kashmir Photograph Album, ca. 1930s-1940s. (Bernath Mss 198).
  • Kashmir Photograph Album, 1936. 39 b/w photos, many with captions in English. Includes images of Nagin Bagh lake (with houseboats), mountain trekking via Erin Valley, Kishin Ganga, Sarbal Valley, Haramukh, Gangabal, Gurez, Chorwan, Kaobal Pass, Kinari Darkush; also log, rope, and snow bridges. (Bernath Mss 275).
  • Kearny, John Watts. One letter (TLS) to Captain Robert Catlin re copies of journal Kearney’s father kept in Africa. New York, 7 Nov. 1889. (Wyles SC 521).
  • Kearny Street Workshop Archives, 1972-2002 [bulk dates 1980-2002]. Materials relating to the oldest multidisciplinary Asian American arts organization in the United States, which was established in 1972 as a collective of artists in San Francisco’s Chinatown/ Manila town neighborhood. (CEMA 33).
  • Keats, John (1795-1821). English poet. Holdings include Endymion: A Poetic Romance (1818) [Spec PR4834.E5 1818], The Poetical Works of John Keats (1858) [Spec PR4830.E58], the three-volume set The Letters and Poems of John Keats (1883) [Printers Z239.D56 K4], Odes, Sonnets, and La Belle Dame Sans Merci (1906) [Printers Z239.2.B22 K4], Autobiography of John Keats (1933) [Spec PR4836.A4 1933], and John Keats’s Anatomical and Physiological Note Book (1934) [Spec PR4834.A68 1934]. Facsimile edition of Keats’s manuscript of Hyperion (1905) [Spec PR4834.H9 1905]. Fine press editions of Isabella, or, The Pot of Basil (1907) by T.N. Foulis [Printers Z239.2.F66 K438 1907], Two Odes (1926) by the Grabhorn Press [Printers Z239.G7 K45 1926], The Odes of Keats and Shelley (1939) by Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 K42 1939], and Endymion: A Poetic Romance (1947) by the Golden Cockerel Press [Printers Z239.2.G58 K428 vault].
  • Keleman [Stanley] Oral History. Humanistic psychology project. (OH 12).
  • 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).
  • Keller [Helen] Letter. One typewritten letter signed (TLS), Apr. 23, 1925, from Helen Keller to Mayer Porter of La Mesa California, regarding a recent San Diego talk of hers and what it is like to be blind. Also, a printed card with a photo of Helen Keller and a Braille inscription. (SC 163).
  • Keller, Jacob W. [1st Lieutenant]. One printed document [DS]: Special Orders No. 211 re officers reporting to Retiring Board. Washington, D.C., 19 Aug. 1870. (Wyles SC 554).
  • Keller Latin America Diary, 1895. Manuscript pocket diary of U.S.citizen [?] Keller, traveling by steamship, with numerous stops at ports from Valparaiso, Chile, to Panama and Colon, recording impressions of shipboard life, fellow passengers, sights and customs observed along the way, sometimes interspersed with prejudicial comments. (SC 852).
  • Kelley, Berta Lee Winniford. Bound typescript of poems and diary extracts, entitled Moods – Ever Changing and To Each His Gift, along with related correspondence and photo. Oral History 53 also relates to Kelley. (SC 829).
  • Kelley [John A. L.] China Oil Photograph Collection, [1913-1914]. (Bernath Mss 367).
  • Kelley [Lloyd Amos and Berta Lee Winniford] Oral History, 1981. Discussion of the problems faced in running a family business during the Depression and how Lloyd Kelley built Kelley’s Corner, a Santa Barbara landmark, into a thriving establishment after World War II. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 53).
  • Kelley [Robert] Papers, 1947-1993. Primarily correspondence, research files, and writings of Kelley, a UCSB professor of history, director of the UCSB Public History program, and scholar in the field of public policy, particularly California water history. (UArch FacP 17).
  • Kelliher (M. S.) Collection, 1956-1957. Approximately 550 color slides taken by UCSB faculty member M. S. Kelliher, mainly in E. Pakistan during 1956-1957, while he was developing a teaching program for students there. The slides are organized by the following categories: occupations-workers (e.g. crushing brick, pouring hot tar, cotton fluffing, barber), boats, Dacca markets, Dacca animals, Dacca ruins, Dacca buildings, personal and friends, people and customs, Eid celebration, beggars, ‘horror’ pictures, countryside (incl. Joydipur and Chittagong), children, sports and physical education, outbound trip (incl. Hawaii, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Bangkok), trip to India (inc. Madras, Calcutta, Ganges, Taj Mahal, New Delhi, Lahore). (Bernath Mss 29).
  • Kellogg, Spencer, Jr. One letter (ALS) to Mrs. [?] Hatch thanking her for the gift of her book of poems. October 10, n.y. Found in Kellogg’s Out of the Deep (Santa Barbara: Schauer Printing Studio, 1944). (SC 438).
  • Kelly [Bill] Western Burma Photograph Album, ca. 1912. 45 black and white albumen photographs from the Yenangyat area of Western Burma, including images of railroads, oil wells and workers, Buddhist temples and statues, other buildings, local inhabitants (men, women, and children), rural scenes, water buffalo, countryside, markets, boats, and fakirs, apparently compiled by Bill Kelly, who seems to have been associated with one of the British oil companies. Also, several images of Kelly and other British residents engaged in hunting and cricket, and other activities. (Bernath Mss 333).
  • Kelly [Frank K.] Papers, 1907-2008 [bulk dates 1950s-1970s]. Papers of Frank K. Kelly, speechwriter for Harry Truman and longtime executive with the Santa Barbara-based Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) and the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (NAPF). Included are personal/family papers, correspondence (mostly incoming), speeches and writings by Kelly, and files relating to CSDI and NAPF. (Mss 279).
  • Kelly [Frank K.] Oral History. Interviews re Kelly’s days as a speechwriter for Harry Truman, and work with the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI), as well as the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation. (OH 123).
  • Kendall, Edward Dwight. One document (ADS) re the history of the Independent Corps of Cadets (Guards of the Governor) of Massachusetts and their role in the Civil War, n.d. (Wyles SC 928).
  • Kennedy [John Fitzgerald and Robert] Ephemera Collection, ca. 1960s. Mainly memorial issues of magazines and newspapers. (Mss 137).
  • Kennedy, Mrs. John F. One letter (TLS) to Mark Weinstein, thanking him for his thoughts on JFK’s speeches. Washington, [D.C.], 19 Oct. 1960. (SC 164).
  • 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).
  • Kennedy, Thomas Hart. One mimeograph copy of a lengthy letter to Thomas M. Storke, editor of the Santa Barbara News-Press re railroad development in California, 1963. (Wyles SC 927).
  • Kenner [Hugh] Oral History, 1973. Interviews with the UCSB Professor of English and literary scholar of Samuel Beckett, T. S. Eliot, James Joyce, and Ezra Pound. (OH 54).
  • Kennison, George B. [Massachusetts Artillery, 1st Regiment, F Company]. One Civil War era document (ADS): Receipt for property of deceased soldier Kennison. Washington, [D.C.], 12 Jan. 1866. (Wyles SC 430).
  • [Kentucky]. Clay, C[assius] M. [Kentucky emancipationist, newspaper editor, soldier, and politician]. One letter (ALS, with engraved portrait affixed) to William H. Crook, saying he is glad to do “anything to please my friend C. E. Kincaid Esq. with whome I hold a hereditary family friendship,” 17 Mar. 1887. (Wyles SC 393).
  • [Kentucky]. Colored Troops – Civil War Inquiry, 1888. One letter (ALS) from the Adjutant General’s Office, War Department, in response to a question from George May Powell, reporting that on or about Apr. 1, 1862 there were 2,300 colored troops from Delaware, 26,000 from Kentucky, 9,500 from Maryland, 38,000 from Missouri, and 4,500 from Tennessee. (Wyles SC 1008).
  • [Kentucky]. Confederate Association of Kentucky. Certificate, 11 Oct. 1890. In: Confederate Collection (Wyles Mss 52).
  • [Kentucky]. 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).
  • [Kentucky]. Sweeney, Richard S. [Corporal, Kentucky Infantry, 5th Regiment (Vol), Company B, Louisville Legion]. Civil War correspondence, ca. 1862. (Wyles SC 329).
  • [Kentucky]. United States Equitist League. Printed Civil War broadside, with a resolution introduced in the House of Representatives, Dec. 14, 1863, by Hon. Aaron Harding of Kentucky and supported by the New York representatives of the United States Equitist League [U.S. E. L.], which reads as follows: “That the Union has not been dissolved, and that whenever the Rebellion in any of the Seceded States shall be put down and subdued, either by force of the Federal army, or by the voluntary submission of the people of such State to the authority of the Constitution, then such State will thereby be restored to all the rights and privileges as a State of the Union, under the Constitution of such State and the Constitution of the United States, including the right to regulate, order, and control its own domestic institutions according to the Constitution and laws of such State, free from all Congressional or Executive control and dictation.” Issued for the State [of New York] by Border State Lodge, No. 3, of the city of New York, Jan. 4, 1864. (Wyles SC 263).
  • [Kentucky]. Wallace [Lewis], 1862, 1904-1905. One Civil War letter (ALS) from Union General Lewis Wallace to Governor Robinson of Kentucky, Aug. 22, 1862, re raising 4,000-5,000 mounted Home Guards, which he sees as the quickest way of getting a proper force into the field. (Wyles SC 285).
  • [Kentucky]. Watkins, Louis D. [Civil War Union General]. One Civil War letter (ALS) re recruiting Kentucky troops. Louisville, 8 July 1865. (Wyles SC 290).
  • [Kenya]. 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).
  • [Kenya]. 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).
  • [Kenya]. Moody (Margaret) Mbooni Mission Photograph Album, ca. 1927. Photographs of Kenya. (Bernath Mss 105).
  • [Kenya]. Partridge (David) Collection, ca. 1950-1964. Correspondence, documents and related materials, re Kenya. (SC 236).
  • [Kenya]. 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).
  • [Kenya]. University of California Africa Expedition Photograph Collection, 1947-1948. (Bernath Mss 153).
  • Kerrigan [Thomas] / Hierophant Papers ca. 1964-1973 [bulk dates 1969-1972]. Correspondence and manuscripts (poetry and prose) submitted to Thomas Kerrigan, attorney, poet, and editor of Hierophant (a Los Angeles magazine of new poetry and fiction). Correspondents/contributors include Douglas Blazek, Charles Bukowski, Robert Creeley, Thom Gunn, and Lee Mallory. (Mss 56).
  • Kheridian, David. Four items, ca. 1970s, from or by American poet David Kheridian, including one letter (TLS), mimeographed poetry magazine: Mary Fisk School Poetry, flyer, and wedding invitation. (SC 612).
  • 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).
  • Kincaid-Rolle (Sojourner) Papers. Materials of a Santa Barbara-based African-American poet and playwright, peacemaker, community activist, and television producer. (CEMA 55).
  • King James Bible Leaves, 1611. Three original leaves from the Book of Amos, the Book of Daniel, and the Book of Ezekiel. (SC 934).
  • King, Tertullus. Two Civil War letters (ALS), 1863, to King, of Trumansburg, New York, one from a soldier describing his experiences, and one letter (ALS) to Martha [Skutt ?] talking about going to a soldiers’ ball and becoming a nurse, 1862. (Wyles SC 133).
  • King [William F.] Civil War Correspondence, 1864-1865. (Wyles SC 1059).
  • Kingsbaker / Moeller / Bang Collection. Jazz and dance orchestra 78s and LPs, and a large number of trade catalogs relating to jazz and popular music. (PA 2000-003).
  • Kingsolver, Barbara. Publisher’s publicity letter and 5x7 b/w glossy photograph, laid in signed uncorrected proof copy of American author Barbara Kingsolver’s Pigs in Heaven [Spec PS3561.I496 P539 1993]. (SC 756).
  • Kingston [Mass.] Collection, ca. 1814-1895. Correspondence, documents, and financial records (mainly bills and receipts) of the Beal and Holmes families, of the Kingston and Plymouth, Massachusetts area. There are a number of items from the Civil War era. (Mss 57).
  • Kinsey, Alfred C. One letter (TLS) to J. G. Moore, re sending copy of the book Karezza. Bloomington, Indiana, 23 Mar. 1948. (SC 165).
  • Kipling, Rudyard (1865-1936). English writer, born in India, and Nobel laureate. Holdings include Plain Tales from the Hills (1888) [Spec PR4854.P3 1888], In Black and White (1888) [Spec PR4854.I46], The Story of the Gadsbys (1888) [Spec PR4854.S8], The Phantom ‘Rickshaw (1888) [Spec PR4854.P45 1888b], Soldiers Three (1888) [Spec PR4854.S6 1888], Wee Willie Winkie (1888) [Spec PR4854.W4 1888], The Courting of Dinah Shadd (1890) [Spec PR4854.C6], Departmental Ditties and Other Verses (1890) [Spec PR4854.D6 1890], Mine Own People (1891) [Spec PR4854.M5], Life’s Handicap (1891) [Spec PR4854.L48 1891], The Light That Failed (1891) [Spec PR4854.L5 1891], Letters of Marque (1891) [Spec PR4854.L4], The City of Dreadful Night (1891) [Spec PR4854.C54], The Jungle Book (1894) [Spec PR4854.J78], Soldier Tales (1896) [Spec PR4854.S58], The Seven Seas (1896) [Spec PR4854.S3 1896], Captains Courageous (1897) [Spec PR4854.C3 1897], Mandalay (1899) [Spec PR4854.M2 1899], Black Jack (1899) [Spec PR4854.B73], Poems (1899) [Spec PR4851 1899], Kim (1901) [Spec PR4854.K5 1901], Just So Stories for Little Children (1902) [Spec PR4854.J833], Barrack-Room Ballads (1904) [Spec PS4854.B5 1904], The Army of a Dream (1905) [Spec PR4854.A68 1905], A Song of the English (1909) [Spec PR4854.S53 1909], Abaft the Funnel (1909) [Spec PR4854.A18], With the Night Mail (1909) [Spec PR4854.W55], Actions and Reactions (1909) [Spec PR4854.A2 1909], The Dead King (1910) [Spec PR4854.D36], The Secret Bargain and the Ulster Plot (1914) [Spec PR4854.S38], Rudyard Kipling with the British Fleet (1915) [Spec PR4854.R8], A Diversity of Creatures (1917) [Spec PR4854.D85], The Eyes of Asia (1918) [Spec PR4854.E9 1918], In the Interests of the Brethren (1918) [Spec PR4854.I48], The Years Between (1919) [Spec PR4854.Y4 vault], Land and Sea Tales for Scouts and Guides (1923) [Spec PR4854.L3], Sea and Sussex (1926) [Spec PR4854.S35 vault], Songs of the Sea (1927) [Spec PR4854.S68 vault], Thy Servant a Dog (1930) [Spec PR4854.T52 1930], and Something of Myself (1937) [Spec PR4856.A4 1937c]. Fine press editions of On Dry-Cow Fishing as a Fine Art (1926) by the Rowfant Club [Printers Z239.R58 K5], Barrack-Room Ballads and Departmental Ditties (1934) by Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 K5], Rudyard Kipling’s Letters from San Francisco (1949) by Colt Press [Printers Z239.G7 K56 1949], Recessional Hymn (1950) by the Hammer Creek Press [Printers Z239.H216 K56 1950], The Jungle Books (1968) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PR4854.J8 1968], Twenty-One Tales (1972) by the Folio Society [Spec PR4852.W54 1974], Tales of East and West (1973) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PR4852.B47 1973], The Neolithic Adventures of Taffi-Mai Metallu-Mai (1997) by the Beiler Press [Printers Z239.B3326 K57 1997], and With the Night Mail (1998) by the Arion Press [Printers Z239.A726 K57 1998]. Additionally, several of Kipling’s works have been recorded on 78 rpm records, such as The Elephant’s Child (1920) [PA Bluebird BC-15].
  • Kirk, William A. [Major, New York Volunteers, 57th Regiment]. Three Civil War letters (ALS), 1864. (Wyles SC 365).
  • Kirsch [Robert R.] Collection, ca. 1970s. Approximately 400 b/w publicity photographs of literary figures whose books were sent to Los Angeles Times book review editor Robert Kirsch. Includes Jorge Amado, Kingsley Amis, Julian Barnes, John Barth, Isaiah Berlin, Carlos Fuentes, Christopher Isherwood, Maxine Hong Kingston, Arthur Koestler, Milan Kundera, Cormac McCarthy, Armistead Maupin, Czeslaw Milosz, V. S. Naipaul, Joyce Carol Oates, Michael Ondaatje, Kenneth Rexroth, Philip Roth, Susan Sontag, Gore Vidal, Yevgeny Yevtushenko, and many more. (Mss 51).
  • Kita Shina Fūbutsu Shashin Gashū – Northern China and Tibet Scenes Photograph Album, ca. 1925-1926. (Bernath Mss 78).
  • Kittson (W. A.) Central Australia Collection, 1927. Two photo albums and other material relating to a “Reso’ railroad and motor car tour organized to give Australian businessmen a knowledge of the area’s resources.  Kittson, listed as a mechanic from Melbourne, was one of the drivers. Itinerary included Oodnadatta, Hamilton Bore, Charlotte Waters, Horseshoe Bend, Finke River, Maryvale Station, Hugh River, Alice Springs, Macdonnell Ranges, and Barrow Creek.  Includes numerous images of aboriginal population; also local terrain, settlements, camels, and Reso party encampments and members [Resonians]. (Bernath Mss 156).
  • Klondike and Atlin [British Columbia] Gold Rush Photographs, ca. 1898-1899. (Wyles SC 1013).
  • Knap, Nathan. One printed document signed, re Knap as proprietor of Hale’s Patent for a spring baggage rack and driver’s seat, and of Draper’s Patent for a baggage rack and mail box, ca 1810s. (SC 559).
  • Knight [Arthur and Kit] Beat Collection, ca. 1971-1984. Manuscript material, photographs, magazines, booklets and ephemera relating to the Beats and Beat history. Most of the items in the collection are publications on the Beat generation, issued and edited by the Knights. (Mss 205).
  • Knights of Columbus Collection, ca. 1950-1961. 32 numbered pamphlets published by the Supreme Council, Knights of Columbus, Religious Information Bureau (St. Louis), with titles such as “The Infallible Church: Truth or Trickery,” “Is the Catholic Church a Menace to Democracy?” and “Let Us Judge Catholics by the Bible.” (ARC Mss 64).
  • Knowles (Joseph) Collection, 1920s-1930s. Correspondence, lists, and samples, mostly relating to Western Builder’s Supply Co. of San Francisco, ca. 1920s-1930s, and two letters (TLS) to George Washington Smith, Santa Barbara architect, re architectural and design catalogs and brochures being sent, 1922 and 1928. Related trade catalogs, also collected by Knowles, have been cataloged separately. (SC 717).
  • [Knox, Harry H.]. One note [ANS] from Sophie L. Knox, wife of Santa Barbara author Harry H. Knox, to Ellen [?], conveying greetings and wishing they could visit again, n.d. Laid in Knox, On the Lost Enjoyment of Wines [TP548.K565 1942]. (SC 581).
  • 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).
  • Knox, Thomas W. Two notes (ANS), one by Thomas W. Knox, Civil War journalist, re matter of changing a ticket, and the other by E. Knox [?]. N.p., n.d. (Wyles SC 483).
  • Koehler, George F. Typescript copy of a letter to Captain Drinkwater, with drawing re cannon design. Woolwich, [England], April 20, 1785. Original in the possession of a K. Lionel [Fortes?] of Reading [England]. Found in John Spilsbury’s A Journal of the Siege of Gibraltar (1908). (SC 436).
  • 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).
  • Koester [Frederick] Collection, 1845-1907. Five documents re German military service, U.S. naturalization, and enlistment in the Pennsylvania Infantry, 11th Regiment, Company D, during the Civil War. (Wyles SC 564).
  • Kohn [Walter] Papers, ca. 1942-1998 [bulk dates 1960-1995]. UCSB professor of physics and recipient of the 1998 Nobel Prize in chemistry. Highlights of the collection include files from the 1950s relating to Kohn’s research into electron structure, correspondence and research from the 1980s on the development of a program to study the emerging field of quasicrystals, materials concerning Kohn’s involvement with various organizations devoted to peace and global conflict resolution, and materials relating to UCSB’s Institute for Theoretical Physics, of which Kohn was founding director. (UArch FacP 34).
  • Komroff, Manuel (1890-1974). One letter (ALS) from Komroff, an American writer of plays, novels, and screenplays, to American historian Allan Nevins re Komroff sending him a copy of his book The Grace of Lambs. New York, Aug. 18, 1925. (SC 437).
  • [Koran]. Commentary on the Koran, 1245 A.H. (A.D. 1829-1830). One printed volume, with illuminations. (Mss 204).
  • Koran [Sudan], 1964. One volume, bound in traditional Koranic form, written in Khartoum, Sudan, in Sudani hand. (Mss 198).
  • [Korea]. 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).
  • [Korea]. 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).
  • [Korea]. 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).
  • [Korea]. Reiner [Donna] Collection. Typescript copies of reminiscences and family history, early 19c to mid 20c, re Jacob Glendenin Adams, Nancy Hamilton Adams, Joseph Copley Alter, Wells E. Bigelow, Ralph Oliver Reiner (Santa Barbara resident), and Marjorie Ward. Includes accounts of 19c journey to California, life in Korea early 20c, and internment in Japanese pow camp during World War II. (SC 540).
  • [Korea]. Silva [Zelta] Korea and Japan Photograph Albums, 1945-1952. (Bernath Mss 328).
  • Korea Photograph Albums, 1962-1963. (Bernath Mss 350).
  • 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).
  • Korean War Photograph Album, ca. 1951. (Bernath Mss 246).
  • 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).
  • Krall Family Papers, ca. 1758-1918. Correspondence and documents (including 18th century indentures and early 19th century surveyors’ plats) of the Krall family from Shafferstown, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, along with business records of the grocery firm of Krall and Zerbe. Also included are almanacs from the 1850s-1860s, and printed speeches, programs, and pamphlets from the Civil War and Reconstruction eras. (Wyles Mss 6).
  • Kregor, Herman H. One Civil War printed document with holographic additions, discharge papers for Civil War Union soldier, Co. G, 16th Pennsylvania Cavalry, 1865. (Wyles SC 894).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Krishnamurti [U. G.] Collection, ca. 1970s-1990s. Mainly clippings and copies of articles (U.S. and India) videotapes, and audiotapes by and about the ‘anti-guri’ philosopher. (ARC Mss 22).
  • 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).
  • Kroemer [Herbert] Oral History. Interviews with the UCSB Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, and 2000 Nobel Physics Laureate. History of Science Project. (OH 56).
  • Kroemer [Herbert] Papers. Papers of Herbert Kroemer, UCSB professor of electrical & computer engineering and recipient of the 2000 Nobel Prize in physics. Collection includes lecture notes and other teaching materials, correspondence, lab notes, reports, and reprints of published articles. (UArch FacP 42).
  • [Kuebler, Clark]. 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).
  • [Ku Klux Klan]. 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).
  • [Ku Klux Klan]. Gettysburg Area Family Photograph Album, ca. 1910s-1940s. 180+ b/w snapshots, including some Klan parade photos. (Wyles Mss 119).
  • [Ku Klux Klan]. 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).
  • Ku Klux Klan Collection, 1920s-1930s. Ephemera, including silk sash, medallion, convention badge, felt patch. (Wyles Mss 134).
  • Ku Klux Klan Photographs, ca. early 1900s. Two b/w photographs, one a portrait, the other holding a horse, with child in background, from a disbound album, place unidentified. Also, possibly related b/w photo of officer on horseback, ca. 1890s. (Wyles SC 1000).
  • Kulu, Northern India Photograph Album, ca. 1920. (Bernath Mss 239).
  • [Kuntz, Connie]. Berman, Ruth (and Connie Kuntz). Leaflets, 1983-1987. (HPA SC 11).
  • Kurdish Missionary Letters, 1851, 1853. Two letters (ALS), signed Roomiah, apparently affiliated with the American Bible Society, talking about printing the Old Testament in ‘ancient and modern’ languages, spreading the gospel to areas such as “the Nestorians of the Koordish mountains,’ and ongoing competition with French Catholic missionaries. (SC 864).

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  • La Fontaine, Jean de (1621-1695). French poet and fabulist. Holdings include early editions of his Contes et Nouvelles en Vers (1685) [Spec PQ1809.A1 1685], and Fables Choisies (1757) [Spec PQ1808.A2 1757], as well as Fables from La Fontaine, in English Verse (1820) [Spec PQ811.E3 A2 1820]. Fine press editions of his fables in Portuguese (1886) illustrated by Gustave Doré [Spec PQ1811.P6 B6], by Librairie Renouard (c.1900) [Spec PQ1808.A5 P45 1900z], in English (1957) illustrated by Alexander Calder [Spec PQ1811.E3 C4 1957], in miniature (1965) [Printers Z1033.M6 L33 1965], and by Éditions d’Art les Heures Claires (1968) [Printers Z276.5.L34 1968].
  • La Jolla Program. Mailings, 1971-1974. (HPA SC 72).
  • La Voy [Merl] China Photographs, ca. 1920s. (Bernath Mss 138).
  • [Labor]. Batdorf, John. Two flyers re Federal Trade Commission (1918) and The Workers Party (n.d.). Laid in Batdorf’s The Workers Party (1918). (SC 543).
  • [Labor]. 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, including papers presented at CSDI conferences and seminars, on various labor issues, by union leaders and others. (Mss 18).
  • [Labor]. Corona [Bert] Oral History Collection, 1937-1995 pdf icon. Interviews by UCSB faculty member Mario T. Garcia with Bert and Blanche Corona, resulting in an autobiography of the Mexican American labor organizer and political activist. Also, related materials such as photographs. (CEMA 51).
  • [Labor]. Cruz [Ricardo] / Catolicos por la Raza Papers, 1967-1993  pdf icon. Correspondence, legal documents, transcripts, photographs, news clippings and ephemera of Cruz, a Chicano rights attorney during the Chicano Movement era and advocate for Latino poor people of the Los Angeles area. Founder of the controversial Católicos por la Raza, which demonstrated against the Catholic Church for its neglect of the Latino community. Also known for his successful legal battle against Los Angeles County’s forced sterilization of undocumented workers. (CEMA 28).
  • [Labor]. Farmworker Movement Collection. (CEMA 96).
  • [Labor]. Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). Flyer, answering frequently questions re history and goals of the IWW. Chicago, n.d. (SC 513).
  • [Labor]. Railroad Printed Ephemera Collection, ca. 1910s-1930s. Flyers, memos, membership cards, newsletters, notices, proceedings, statutes and other related materials, mainly pertaining to the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company and to the Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employes. (Mss 249).
  • [Labor]. 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).
  • [Labor]. 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 civil rights, community, ecology/environment, electoral politics, international political groups and movements, labor and economy, social and political movements, and domestic and international politics, student movements, Vietnam, and women/women´s issues. Numerous organizations, groups, and movements are represented, including the Students for a Democratic Society, the Black Panthers, the U.S. Socialist and Labor Parties. (Mss 183).
  • [Labor]. El Teatro Campesino Archives, 1964-1988  pdf icon.Scripts, photographs, posters, printed materials, audio and videotapes, and other materials, constituting the largest archival collection on Chicano theater. Includes biographical/historical information pertaining to playwright and director Luis Valdez, theater company players, and interactions with many important cultural, political, literary, and artistic individuals since its founding in 1965. Documents the development of Teatro, from the early farm workers’ strike years in 1965 through 1967, establishment of the San Juan Bautista center, and commercial theater and film productions from 1977 to 1988. (CEMA 5).
  • [Labor]. UCSB, Associated Students Subject Files, ca. 1958-2002 [bulk dates 1968-1982]. Includes files on farm workers. (UArch 21).
  • [Labor]. 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).
  • Labuan [Malaysia]. One letter (ALS) from unidentified party re deposits of coal, 11 Sept. 1873. (Wyles SC 1074).
  • [Lamb, Charles]. Rushmore, Arthur W. Collection of correspondence, 1931-1932, re his publication of Charles Lamb’s Grace before Meat. (SC 167).
  • Lambert [Eric] Papers, ca. 1960s. Carbon typescript manuscript drafts of several of British author Lambert’s works, many with extensive handwritten corrections and revisions. (Mss 62).
  • Lambert, William Harrison. One letter (ALS) from Lambert’s wife, Herminia V. Lambert, to Judge William H. [Staake?] re tribute to Lambert. Laid in In Memoriam William H. Lambert. Germantown, 15 Feb. 1913. (Wyles SC 562).
  • Lampe, Keith. “Earth Read-out” column, mimeograph format, by Yippie activist Lampe. Berkeley, CA, 1969-1970. (SC 962).
  • Lancaster [Louis] Oral History, ca. 1981-1982. Interviews with a UCSB Professor of English, re teaching and literature. (OH 57).
  • Lancey, Thomas Crosby. One document (ADS), "In Memorium," for a seaman from Dover, Maine, who had served on the Sloop of War Dale, part of the Pacific Coast Squadron, 1846-1849, [ca. 1885]. (Wyles SC 702).
  • Land Grants. Two documents, dated 1824 and 1833. (Wyles SC 852).
  • [Land Use and Planning]. Bill (Joseph T.) Oral History, 1991-1994. Interviews with Joe Bill, an urban planner who served as Executive Director of the Community Redevelopment Agencies in Sacramento and Los Angeles, Director of Planning for the architectural firm of William L. Pereira, member of the New Communities Administration in Washington, DC., and advisor to UCSB Chancellor Barbara Uehling and her staff on the Long-Range Development Plan for UCSB. Related interviews with John C. Harkness, H. Ralph Taylor, Congressman James H. Scheuer, Yukio Kawaratani, Ray Hebert, Jack Bevash, James Langenheim, Niels Stoermer, Cesar Pelli, Edward Logue, Edward L. Barnes, Harry Cobb, Bruce Allen, and Edward Helfeld. (OH 18).
  • [Land Use and Planning]. California Coastal Commission Collection, 1976-1981. The bulk of collection consists of packets assembled for Commission members, with agenda, minutes, and supporting documentation such as applications, reports, and fact sheets. The issues generally pertain to Santa Barbara and nearby counties. (SBHC Mss 39).
  • [Land Use and Planning]. Community Development and Conservation Collection (CDCC), ca. 1895-1980s. Assembled by Santa Barbara community activist Pearl Chase, includes records of numerous groups with environmental focus, such as: California Conservation Council, California and Santa Barbara Roadside Council, Citizens’ Planning Association, Community Arts Association, Plans and Planting Committee, and Garden Clubs of America. (SBHC Mss 1).
  • [Land Use and Planning]. 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).
  • [Land Use and Planning]. 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).
  • [Land Use and Planning]. Whitehead [Richard S.] Papers, ca. 1909-1974. Alphabetical and geographical files pertaining to land use and planning, from the County of Santa Barbara Director of Planning at the time of the 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill. (SBHC Mss 9).
  • Landau, Rom. One letter (TLS) re his book Minos the Incorruptible. Barnstaple, North Devon, 1 June 1950. (SC 168).
  • Landau [Rom] Collection, 1899-1965. Primarily correspondence laid in books of Landau’s, which were purchased by UCSB in 1967. Correspondents include Elisabeth Bowen, Noel Coward, Robert Anthony Eden, T. S. Eliot, E. M. Forster, John Galsworthy, John Maynard Keynes, Cecil Day Lewis, Eleanor Roosevelt, George Bernard Shaw, Stephen Spender, Adali Stevenson, Arnold Toynbee, Hugh Walpole, Ganna Walska, Rebecca West, and Virginia Woolf. Much of the correspondence consists of letters of appreciation for books sent by Landau, but some is more substantive and relates to literary and contemporary political issues. (Mss 63).
  • Langs [Robert] Papers, 1987. Manuscript and galley proofs for psychiatrist Langs’ book, A Primer of Psychotherapy. (HPA Mss 21).
  • Lanman, Joseph [Rear-Admiral]. One letter (ALS) to Vice-Admiral David D. Porter, President of the U.S. Naval Association, re association business. Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 14 July 1868. (Wyles SC 134).
  • Lao-tzu (c. 6th century BC) [traditional form of Lao Zi, “Old Master”]. Chinese philosopher of obscure origins, credited as the founder of Taoism. Holdings include The Canon of Reason and Virtue (1913) translated by Paul Carus [ARC BL1900.L3 C35 1913], Laotzu’s Tao and Wu-Wei (1919) by Dwight Goddard and Henri Borel [ARC BL1900.L26 G63 1919], The White Bird of Tao (1964) by Manly P. Hall (ARC BL1925.H35 1964], and the booklet The Wisdom of Laotse (1972) by Iverson L. Harris [ARC BL1900.L35 H377 1972]; fine press edition of The Book of Tao (1962) by the Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 L345]; and the broadside Thirty Spokes Share One Hub (1987) printed by Sandra Schwimmer [Printers Z239.S3384 L35 1987].
  • [Laos]. Chapman (E. C.) Photograph Collection, ca. 1960s-1970s. 270+ black/white prints and color slides. Locations include: Bali, Burma, Cambodia (Angkor Wat) and Laos (Vientiene), Malaysia (mainly Malacca and Penang), Shanghai and surrounds, and Thailand (incl. South Thailand – Kra Isthmus). (Bernath Mss 224).
  • [Laos]. 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).
  • [Laos]. “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).
  • Larcom (Lucy) Collection, ca. 1846-1893. Photographs, correspondence, cards, and clippings relating to Larcom (1824-1893), a Massachusetts poet, storywriter, essayist, abolitionist, and friend of John Greenleaf Whittier. (SC 169).
  • Larkin, Philip A. One letter (TLS), to Patricia Cronshaw, re her visit to the University of Hull, 14 Apr. 1981. (SC 170).
  • Larson [Gene] Collection, ca. 1976-1986. Catalogs and ephemera relating to the Topanga Center in Los Angeles. (HPA Mss 22).
  • Lasser, Eric. Correspondence and leaflets re Carl Rogers and personal issues, ca. 1985-1989. (HPA SC 76).
  • Latham, H. V. [Private, New York Artillery, 1st Regiment, Company G]. One Civil War document (ADS): Discharge from hospital, 13 Mar. 1863. (Wyles SC 355).
  • Lathrop, Rev. Daniel [W?]. One letter (ALS) to Lathrop from unidentified author. New Haven, [CT], Apr. 4, 1825. (SC 1051).
  • 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).
  • [LAUC]. Librarians Association of the University of California, Santa Barbara (LAUC-SB) Records, c. 1962-2009. The LAUC-SB records contain minutes, bylaws, committee, election, appointment and statewide files, and other documents. (UArch 65).
  • [Lauder, Harry]. Baker (Darrell) / Harry Lauder Collection. Recordings books, photographs and emphemera related to Scottish performer Sir Harry Lauder. (PA Mss 63).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Lavender, David S. One letter (ALS) from Harold S. Edwards (Marysville, CA, 5 June 1957, thanking Lavender for introducing his son to the Concord Philosophers, along with a leaf from a scrapbook with clippings about the Concord School of Philosophy and Henry D. Thoreau, ca. 1881. (SC 764).
  • Lavender, David S. Typescript of article by Lavender, “How Historical Can a Historical Novel Be?” along with signed copy of the 1982 issue of Soundings, describing Lavender’s appointment as William Wyles Collection consultant, and including a bibliography of Lavender’s publications. (Wyles SC 944).
  • 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).
  • Lawlor, Patrick Anthony. Typescript copy of "Writers and the Faith. Katherine Mansfield," ca. 1945. (SC 442).
  • Lawrence, D. H. (David Herbert). One bookplate, n.d. (SC 171).
  • [Lawrence, D. H.] One letter (TL) and one typed form, 1937, together with a page of notes re detention by U.S. Customs Service of a package containing the book The Paintings of D. H. Lawrence, based on a controversial 1929 London exhibit. (SC 303).
  • Lawson, Ira [Private, Indiana Infantry, 63rd Regiment (Vol), Company G]. One Civil War document: Discharge, 3 June 1865. (Wyles SC 324).
  • Le Breton, L. Four handcolored prints of ships: “Le Humboldt,” “Pêche a la baleine,” “Steamer le Franklin,” and “Vaisseau mixte de 1er rang courantau plus près tribord amures,” [ca. mid-1800s]. (SC 1023).
  • Le Guin, Ursula K. One letter (ALS) to Malcolm Edwards, science fiction editor, saying it is unlikely she will be coming to Brighton conference. Postmarked Portland, OR, 5 Mar. 1979. (SC 172).
  • Leach, William H. [Sergeant, 12th West Virginia Volunteers, Co. A]. Three Civil War diaries, 1862-1864 (extensive descriptions of daily life and military engagements); five accompanying letters (ALS); list of those present and absent on 21 May 1864; essay on the soldier; and form transmitting Medal of Honor to family of William H. Leach, deceased, 1867. (Wyles SC 516).
  • Leadbetter, William. Four letters (ALS) re apprenticeship of William Leadbetter, to and from correspondents William Gatchele, Jacob Martin, Ephraim Harper, and Roger North. [Ireland], Aug.-Sept. 1709. See also: Ballitore Family Papers (Mss 3). (SC 419).
  • 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).
  • Leake, Chauncey D. Papers, ca. 1950s. (HPA SC 77).
  • Lear, Edward (1812-1888). English poet and artist. Holdings include Journals of a Landscape Painter in Southern Calabria (1852) [Spec DG975.C15 L4], Nonsense Books (1888) [Spec PR4879.L2 N45 1888], The Pelican Chorus (1910) [Spec PR4879.L2 P4 1910], Lear’s Corfu (1965) [Spec PR4879.L2 Z534], The Jumblies (1968) with illustrations by Edward Gorey [Spec PR4879.L2 J8 1968], Rhymes of Nonsense: An Alphabet (1968) [Spec PR4879.L2 R48 1968], and The Cretan Journal (1984) [Spec PR4879.L2 Z464 1984]. Fine press editions of Edward Lear’ s Nonsense Songs and Laughable Lyrics (1935) by the Peter Pauper Press [Spec PR4879.L2 N64 and Printers Z239.P4 L5], the broadside The Owl and the Pussycat (1969) by Noel Young and Graham Mackintosh [Printers Z478.86.Y68 L43 1969], Edward Lear: A Portfolio of Letterpress Prints (1970) by Capricorn Press [Printers Z478.86.C367 L43 1970], Nonsense Alphabet (1972) by the Rose Valley Press [Printers Z239.R619 L42 1972], and A Lear Song: The Broom, the Shovel, the Poker, and the Tongs (1977) by the Four Winds Press [Printers Z239.F626 L43].
  • Leatherbee, Mrs. Albert T. Bound typescript of The Great Spanish Anti-Pope (Pedro de Luna: Benedict XIII), 1938. Pertains to the late 1300s - early 1400s. (SC 731).
  • [Lebanon]. 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).
  • [Lebanon]. 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).
  • [Lebanon]. 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); also Egypt (Port Said, Ismailia, Alexandria, Memphis, Cairo, the Nile, Pyramids, Sphinx, National Museum), Iraq (Baghdad, Kadimain, Babylon, Ur, Euphrates River, Kufa, Mosul, Kirkuk), Syria (Damascus, Aleppo, Palmyra), and Lebanon (Baalbek, Nakura, Damour Valley, Beirut). Included are many shots of local residents, street scenes, buildings, monuments, and countryside. (Bernath Mss 68).
  • Lee, R[obert] E[dward]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to James A. Seddon [Secretary of War, CSA] re concerns about shoes and clothing for soldiers, and corn for animals. 10 Nov. 1863. (Wyles SC 387).
  • Lee, Robert E. Portraits. Mainly engravings from diverse sources. (Wyles SC 709).
  • [Legal Issues]. British Legal Documents. 18th century, primarily relating to members of the Macdonald, Mackenzie, and Maclean families. (SC 772).
  • [Legal Issues]. 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).
  • [Legal Issues]. 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.
  • [Legal Issues]. 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, legal issues, public policy, religion, and science and technology in modern society. (Mss 18).
  • [Legal Issues]. Cruz [Ricardo] / Catolicos por la Raza Papers, 1967-1993  pdf icon. Correspondence, legal documents, transcripts, photographs, news clippings and ephemera of Cruz, a Chicano rights attorney during the Chicano Movement era and advocate for Latino poor people of the Los Angeles area. Founder of the controversial Católicos por la Raza, which demonstrated against the Catholic Church for its neglect of the Latino community. Also known for his successful legal battle against Los Angeles County’s forced sterilization of undocumented workers. (CEMA 28).
  • [Legal Issues]. Cult Awareness Network (CAN) Collection, ca. 1970s-1990s. Includes files (correspondence, clippings, articles) relating to hundreds of religious groups, as well as internal administrative, financial, and legal files of a cult watchdog group which ceased operations in the mid 1990s. (ARC Mss 19).
  • [Legal Issues]. 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).
  • [Legal Issues]. Lincoln Legal Records, ca. 1940s. Three card files, mostly handwritten slips of paper, describing legal cases Lincoln was involved in, arranged into 2 series, 1 chronological and 1 alphabetical by surname of litigant. (Wyles Mss 94).
  • [Legal Issues]. Maric [Bennett] Collection, 1957-1965. Primarily correspondence (mostly outgoing) related to Maric´s efforts through international legal action to recover eight paintings stolen from him in Paris during World War II. (Bernath Mss 12).
  • [Legal Issues]. Melton [J. Gordon] Papers, ca. 1960s-1990s. Mainly research files of Melton, prolific author of religious reference works and donor of much of UCSB´s American Religions Collection. Includes bibliographical, biographical, ISAR (Institute for the Study of American Religions), and legal files (mainly copies of depositions, testimony, and exhibits relating to cases for which Melton was asked to be an expert witness), publication files (copies of articles and papers, drafts of manuscripts, and some related correspondence), research files, mainly in support of writing projects such as the Encyclopedia of American Religions, Spiritual Frontier Fellowship files (Melton was a field rep in the early 1970s), and teaching files (course outlines and related material, mainly UCSB courses). (ARC Mss 20).
  • [Legal Issues]. Sullivan [James J.] Collection, 1966-1972 [bulk date 1970]. Mainly documentation relating to Isla Vista III disturbances and subsequent legal actions. (SBHC Mss 49).
  • [Legal Issues]. 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).
  • [Legal Issues]. 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).
  • [Legal Issues]. Warder [Michael] Collection, ca. late 1960s-1980s. Files relating to Michael Warder’s participation in the Unification Church, mainly as editor of the New York based newspaper News World. Included are legal files relating to various activities of the church and its tax exempt status. (ARC Mss 31).
  • [Leggett, Mortimer]. Wilson, Harrison [25th Ohio Infantry]. Collection of Civil War related material, including a letter (ALS) from [Gen.] M[ortimer] D. Leggett, 1883, asking for his remembrances of the Battle of Atlanta, July 22, 1864, and a 16-page typescript of his Civil War experiences, recounted in 1923. (Wyles SC 125).
  • Leggett (Mortimer) Collection, ca. 1800-1896. Collection of a Civil War Union general, primarily correspondence from Civil War and post-war era. Includes correspondence with Ulysses S. Grant. (Wyles Mss 21).
  • [LeGuin, Ursula]. 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).
  • [Lehmann, Lotte]. Holden [Frances] Oral History, 1992-1993. Interviews re Holden’s life and opera singer Lotte Lehmann. Performing Arts Project. (OH 7).
  • [Lehmann, Lotte]. 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).
  • [Lehmann, Lotte]. Specht [Margaret] Correspondence. Letters between Specht and opera singer Lotte Lehmann. (PA Mss 44).
  • Lehmann, Lotte. Typescript English translation by opera singer Lotte Lehmann of a segment of Johann Strauss, Die Fledermaus, n.d. Laid in Die Fledermaus, English version by Ruth and Thomas Martin [M1503. S912 F42 1951]. (SC 572).
  • Lehmann [Lotte] Biography. Typescript. (PA Mss 48).
  • Lehmann (Lotte) Collection, 1880s-1976. Personal papers of Austrian born soprano noted for her interpretations of German Lieder and her roles in Strauss’ operas. (PA Mss 2).
  • Lehmann (Lotte) Photo Collection, 1926-1960s. Copies of photographs of Lehmann’s performances at the Salzburg Festivals from 1926-1937, during her return to Austria in the 1960s, and other photos from the Bildarchiv und Porträtsammlung der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek Wien and the Max Reinhardt-Forschsungs und Gedenkstätte, Salzburg. (PA Mss 34).
  • Leitner [Anthony U.] Memorial Collection. Papers and printed works, mainly about Tibetan Buddhism. (ARC Mss 15).
  • Lemack [Brad] Collection. Publicity materials from shows produced by Embassy Television and Tandem/T.A.T. (PA Mss 58).
  • Lemperly, Paul. One letter (TLS) from businessman and book collector Lemperly to E. H. Sauer, re collecting prints and proofs. New York, May 7, 1908. (SC 444).
  • Lent [Don] Drawing, 1965. One charcoal drawing, with quote by Bert Kessler, from Edgar Lee Masters’ Spoon River Anthology. (SC 911).
  • 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).
  • Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519). Italian painter, scientist, and inventor. Holdings include fine press editions of Les Manuscrits de Léonard de Vinci (1881) in French [Printers Z276.5.L45], Thoughts on Art and Life (1906) by the Merrymount Press [Printers Z239.M44 L45 1906], Leonardo da Vinci on Movement of the Heart and Blood (1952) by the Alcuin Press [Printers Z239.2.H3 K4], A Fable of the Earth (1976) by Feathered Serpent Press [Printers Z239.F38 L46 1976], and Leonardo Knows Baseball (1991) illustrated by Charles Hobson [Printers Z239.C501 L46 1991].
  • Lester, Robert and Sarah. Indenture, Great Britain, 1805. Includes typescript transcription. (SC 757).
  • L’Estrange, Roger (1616-1704). English pamphleteer and civil servant. Holdings include Tyranny and Popery Lording It Over the Consciences, Lives, Liberties, and Estates Both of King and People (1678) [Spec BX1763.L478 1678], L’Estrange’s Case in a Civil Dialogue Betwixt ‘Zekiel and Ephraim (1680) [Spec DA432 1680.L35], Considerations Upon a Printed Sheet (1683) [Spec DA432 1683.L5], and Two Cases Submitted to Consideration (1709) [Spec DA432 1709.L478].
  • 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].
  • Lever [R. A.] / Fiji Photographic Negative Collection, 1930s. (Bernath Mss 294).
  • Levertov, Denise. One letter (ALS) to Dave [?], re an interview he conducted with her and her impressions of L.A. New York, n.d. (SC 174).
  • 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).
  • Lewis, Donna May. One typescript in binder and one set of handwritten notes in binder, re Lewis’ The Bents and the St. Vrains as Pioneers in the Trade of the Southwest. Dissertation, UC Berkeley, 1924. (Wyles SC 581).
  • Lewis, Lloyd. Correspondence and typescript notes, ca. 1930s-1940s by an historian who wrote extensively on Kansas, Lincoln, and the Civil War. (Wyles SC 875).
  • Lewis, Oscar (1914-1970). One letter (TLS) from American anthropologist Oscar Lewis, to Walter E. Stoddard re Book Club of California membership. San Francisco, 26 May 1936. (SC 531).
  • [Libby Prison]. One printed engraving, “Officers of the United States Army and Navy Prisoners of War, Libby Prison, Richmond, Va.,” with lists of officers, by rank, 1864. (Wyles SC 943).
  • “Libby Prison.” One printed engraving of the Southern Fertilizing Co. building, better known as Libby Prison during the Civil War. Richmond, Virginia, [ca. 1880s]. (SC 505).
  • [Liberia]. 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).
  • [Liberia]. Consul General to Liberia. Two diaries, 1862-1863. (Wyles SC 592).
  • Liberty Bell 1876 Centennial Silk Ribbons. Four ribbons, all same. (SC 1054).
  • Liberty Minstrels Program, 1908. One printed program, "The Evolution of Minstrelsy," performed by the Liberty Minstrels as a benefit for the Liberty Fire Company, No. 2, of South Bethlehem, PA, April 24-25, 1908. (Wyles SC 1032).
  • Librarians Association of the University of California, Santa Barbara (LAUC-SB) records, c. 1962-2009. The LAUC-SB records contain minutes, bylaws, committee, election, appointment and statewide files, and other documents. (UArch 65).
  • [Libya]. 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).
  • [Libya]. World War II North Africa Photograph Album, 1941-1945. Mainly images of the western desert (Libya), and some of Egypt and Jerusalem, apparently taken by a British soldier who was associated with a theatre troupe. (Bernath Mss 155).
  • Lieber, Francis (1800-1872). Publicist and educator: wrote Instructions for the Government of Armies in the Field, General Orders 100 (1863), which established a general code of ethics for the Union commanding officers to follow in regard to civilian policy. One letter (ALS) to Dr. Bigelow, re membership in the American Academy. [Boston?], 1851. (Wyles SC 136).
  • “The Life and Age of Man.” Broadside, on linen. Barre, Mass., n.d. (Wyles SC 787).
  • Lifwynn Foundation (Westport, CT). Bibliography and articles, ca. 1984-1987. (HPA SC 78).
  • Lim (Genny) Papers, 1982-1987  pdf icon. Manuscripts and other materials relating to the work of the Chinese-American playwright, journalist, musician, poet, and teacher Genny Lim, known for works such as the play Paper Angels. (CEMA 34).
  • Limon (Leo) Papers, 1975-2008 [bulk dates 1997-2008]. Small collection of silkscreen prints, photographs, ephemera and some correspondence from Limon, a popular, veteran Chicano art movement artist with close ties to the Chicano cultural arts centers Self-Help Graphics & Art and the defunct Mechicano Art Center. (CEMA 95).
  • Linbarger, George O. List of ancestors, [ca. 1890s]. (SC 440).
  • Lincoln, Abraham (1809-1865). Sixteenth President of the United States. Holdings of Lincoln’s own writings and speeches include The Republican Party Vindicated – The Demands of the South Explained (1860) [Wyles E438.L54], Inaugural Address of the President of the United States (1861) [Wyles E457.94 1861i vault], The Letters of President Lincoln on Questions of National Policy (1863) [Wyles E457.962 1863], The War Policy of the Administration (1863) [Wyles E458.3.L55], The Opinions of Abraham Lincoln upon Slavery and Its Issues (1864) [Wyles E458.4.L55], Gems from Abraham Lincoln (1865) [Wyles E457.92 1865g], A Legacy of Fun (1865) [Wyles E457.99.F3], The Autobiography of Abraham Lincoln (1872) [Wyles E457.92 1872], Anecdotes of Abraham Lincoln and Lincoln’s Stories (1879) [Wyles E457.99.M33], Abraham Lincoln’s Speeches Complete (1891) [Wyles E457.92 1891], Abraham Lincoln’s Lost Speech (1897) [Wyles E457.95 1856a], Lincoln’s Words on Living Questions (1900) [Wyles E457.99.T38], Abraham Lincoln on the Declaration of Independence (1902) [Wyles E457.95 1858], Abraham Lincoln, His Book: A Facsimile Reproduction of the Original (1903) [Wyles E457.99.D3], the 12-volume set Complete Works of Abraham Lincoln (1905) edited by John G. Nicolay and John Hay [Wyles E457.91 1905n], Lincolnics: Familiar Sayings of Abraham Lincoln (1906) [Wyles E457.99.W54], Lincoln and the New York Herald (1907) [Wyles E457.4.L49], The Lincoln Year Book: Axioms and Aphorisms from the Great Emancipator (1908) [Wyles E457.99.R5], Lincoln’s Inaugurals, Addresses, and Letters (1910) [Wyles E457.92 1910d], Abraham Lincoln on the Tariff (1912) [Wyles E457.2.L49], Discoveries and Inventions (1915) [Wyles E457.95 1860d], Uncollected Letters of Abraham Lincoln (1917) [Wyles E457.962 1917], Abraham Lincoln’s Don’ts (1918) [Wyles E457.99.W5], Seven Versions of the Gettysburg Address (1925) [Wyles E475.55.L5 1925], Abraham Lincoln on Prohibition (1926) [Wyles E457.2.L485], An Autobiography of Abraham Lincoln (1926) compiled by Nathaniel Wright Stephenson [Wyles E457.L56], Four Speeches of Abraham Lincoln, Hitherto Unpublished or Unknown (1927) [Wyles E457.92 1927], On the Coming of the Tractor (1929) [Wyles E457.95 1859q], Lincoln the Poet: The Immortal Abraham Lincoln’s Poems (1941) [Wyles E457.99.D6], The Literary Works of Abraham Lincoln (1942) [Wyles E457.92 1942v], Lincoln on Agriculture (1943) [Spec E457.95 1859p], The Fundamental Creed of Abraham Lincoln [Wyles E457.92 1956 and Printers Z239.S67 L5], The Wit and Wisdom of Abraham Lincoln (1965) [Wyles E457.99.R4], Abraham Lincoln: Mystic Chords of Memory (1984) [Wyles E457.92 1984], Lincoln on Democracy (1990) edited by Mario Cuomo [Wyles E457.92 1990], and Abraham Lincoln: His Speeches and Writings (2001) [Wyles E457.92 2001]. Additionally, there are extensive holdings of Lincoln-related books, manuscript materials, and ephemera in the Wyles Collection.
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. “A. Lincoln - As You Never Saw Him Before.” Mounted copy of newspaper article by Robert S. Harper, re Lincoln 1860 campaign photographs. (Wyles SC 782).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. 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).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Barton, William E. "Illinois and Lincoln." Printed poem, signed by Barton, n.d. (Wyles SC 816).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Brady [Eunice] Abraham Lincoln Collection, ca. 1950-1998. Correspondence, articles, clippings, and other ephemera mainly relating to misattribution of Abraham Lincoln quotations. (Wyles SC 957).
  • [Lincoln, Abrahm]. Chapin, Benjamin. One black and white 5" x 7 1/4" mounted print of Chapin as Abraham Lincoln in the play “In the White House,” [ca. 1906]. (Wyles SC 609).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. 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).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. 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).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. 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).
  • Lincoln, Abraham. Executive Order [official copy] appointing Major General William T. Smith and the Honorable Henry Stanbury as Special Commissioners “to investigate and report … upon the civil and military administration in the military Division bordering upon and west of the Mississippi.” Executive Mansion, 10 Dec. 1864. (Wyles SC 453).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. 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).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Milliken, J. A. One Civil War letter (ALS) to E. W. Jackson, re Lincoln inaugural. Augusta House, [?], 5 Mar. 1861. (Wyles SC 522).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. 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).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. 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).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. 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).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Illinois State Archives. Programs and publications re Abraham Lincoln, ca. 1990s. (Wyles SC 909).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Lyon [Andrew Lincoln] – Lincoln Funeral Procession Recollections. One typescript and one handwritten account re Lyon’s recollections of the Abraham Lincoln funeral procession in Chicago. Asbury Park, New Jersey, 1 May 1925. (Wyles SC 139).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Monaghan (Jay) Collection, ca. 1840s-1980 [bulk dates 1930s-1970s]. Appointment books, biographical, personal and family files, correspondence, research files, scrapbooks, speeches and lectures, writings (including ms drafts), photographs and illustrations of Jay Monaghan, a Lincoln, Civil War, and western history scholar, who wrote Australians and the Gold Rush: California and Down Under, 1849-1854, as well as Chile, Peru, and the California Gold Rush of 1849. Monaghan also played a major role in developing the William Wyles Collection at the UCSB Libraries. (Wyles Mss 20).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Monaghan (Jay) Oral History, ca. 1975. Interviews and talks by Monaghan re Lincoln scholarship, American western history, and development of the William Wyles Collection at UCSB. (OH 10).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Mounted portrait and campaign leaflet, issued in Butte California, for the 1864 presidential election. (Wyles SC 784).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. New Salem State Park. 42 picture postcards, most black and white, exteriors and interiors of buildings associated with Abraham Lincoln’s early adult life, n.d. (Wyles SC 721).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Noyes-Wallace Family Collection, ca. 1850s-early 1900s. Documents and correspondence concerning Henry Erastus Noyes, George W. Wallace, and George W. Wallace, Jr., all soldiers in the U.S. Army. Also includes Noyes’ 1861 photo album and other material relating to West Point, his 107 pp. typescript "The Story of My Life,’ photographs and two holographic maps. Papers concern the Civil War, the Indian campaigns, the Boxer Rebellion, and the Philippine Insurrection. Noyes was a Congressional Medal of Honor winner. Includes commissions signed by Presidents Tyler, Fillmore, Lincoln, Grant, Hayes, McKinley, Roosevelt, and Taft. (Wyles Mss 10).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Mounted portrait and campaign leaflet, issued in Butte California, for the 1864 presidential election. (Wyles SC 784).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. One black and white composite photo of Lincoln and family; also one black and white similar composite photo of George Washington and family. (Wyles SC 696).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Petition to President Lincoln by New Jersey Republicans on behalf of the candidacy of Moses F. Webb for marshalship of that state. N.p., [early 1860s]. (Wyles SC 164).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Portrait – Sketch by Alfred Stanley Harkness, Sr. Pencil inscription on back reads "Presented to Hannibal Hamblin 1864." (Wyles SC 840).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Printed Ohio Republican presidential election ticket, 1860. (Wyles SC 452).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Scheffer, Charles. One letter (ALS) from Minnesota State Treasurer to President Elect Abraham Lincoln, re recommendation for district attorney. St. Paul, Minnesota, 12 Nov. 1860. (Wyles SC 198).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Stamps. Collection re commemoration of Abraham Lincoln and Civil War, ca. 1950s-1990s. (Wyles SC 499).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Swayne, William Marshall. Copy of typescript "Reminiscences of a Treasury Clerk in War Times," re Civil War experiences and meeting Abraham Lincoln in 1864. Written and read at the Abraham Lincoln one hundredth birthday dinner meeting, [Chester County, PA], 12 Feb. 1909 [copied 1940]. (Wyles SC 501).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Tarbell, Ida M. Printed illustrations, mostly Lincoln portraits, from her Early Life of Abraham Lincoln (1896). (Wyles SC 722).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Townsend [Edward Davis] Collection, ca. 1864-1878. Four Civil War related items, including two documents, one Civil War era engraving of Major General Townsend in uniform, and one letter, 1878, declining to furnish copies of Civil War reports in advance of their publication. Townsend [1817-1893] was principal executive officer of the War Department during the Civil War was chosen to represent the army at the various funerals for Lincoln. As adjutant general of the army, he also was responsible for developing the plan for a United States military prison, resulting in the establishment of the prison at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. (Wyles SC 249).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Wall, Bernhardt. 16 etchings of various buildings where Lincoln lived, ca. 1920s-1930s. (Wyles SC 635).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Woodworth, John Henry [Captain]. Photostat of typescript statement, “An Unpublished Lincoln Story,” re sending steak to President Lincoln for his breakfast, taken from an autobiography by Woodworth, who was in charge of beef supply for the Army of the Potomac during the Civil War, early 1860s. (Wyles SC 556).
  • [Lincoln, Abraham]. Wyles (William) Papers, ca 1930s-1980. Biographical information, correspondence, ephemera, legal documents, photographs, and other materials relating to William Wyles, as well as board records, correspondence, purchase information, scrapbook, and descriptions of the early development of the Wyles Collection (known in former years as the Lincoln Library), located in the Department of Special Collections, UCSB Libraries. (Wyles Mss 31).
  • Lincoln [Abraham] Artifacts, ca. 1860s-1900s. Includes bronze plaques, bookends, paperweights, casts, and other items apparently acquired from multiple sources, some by purchase. Also, pair of gloves purportedly worn to a Presidential reception, shook hands with Pres. and Mrs. Lincoln. (Wyles Mss 92).
  • Lincoln [Abraham] Document. One Civil War era document, signed by Abraham Lincoln – receipt acknowledging request by Claudius B. Smith for pay as Chaplain, 2nd Regiment, Vermont Volunteer Militia, at the rate of $70 per month, [ca. early 1860s]. (Wyles SC 701).
  • Lincoln [Abraham] Documents. Two documents signed by Lincoln and Salmon P. Chase, appointing Samuel B. Brinkerhoff to position of Surveyor of Customs for the Port of Santa Barbara, 1861. Also contains related correspondence, 1936, re acquisition of the documents and biographical information about Brinkerhoff. (Wyles SC 693).
  • Lincoln [Abraham] Ephemera, ca. 1860s-1970s. Pamphlets, flyers, broadsides, articles, clippings, playbills, facsimiles of letters and addresses, poster stamps, and other items about Abraham Lincoln. (Wyles Mss 84).
  • Lincoln [Abraham] Manuscript Collection, ca. 1861-1865. Three notes (2 ANS and 1 AN, signed by John Hay), one signed photograph [carte de visite], and one photo-engraving proof by T. Johnson. (Wyles Mss 70).
  • Lincoln [Abraham] Photograph, 1860. One carte de visite by by E. Anthony, from a photographic negative, first portrait of Lincoln by M. B. Brady. (Wyles SC 619).
  • Lincoln [Abraham] Photographs. Two cartes de visite: D. B. Spooner, Springfield, MA, 1864 and Lazier, Syracuse, NY, n.d. (Wyles SC 621).
  • Lincoln [Abraham] Portraits, ca. 1860s-1960s. Printed copies of Abraham Lincoln portraits, as a young man until his death, derived from photographs, engravings, drawings, and paintings, some framed. These are not originals, but copies from about the 1860s to about the 1960s. (Wyles Mss 80).
  • Lincoln [Abraham] / Richard C. Parsons Documents, 1856, 1862, 1863. Three documents: one signed by Abraham Lincoln and Salmon P. Chase, appointing Richard C. Parsons of Cleveland, Ohio to the position of Collector of Taxes for the Eighteenth Collection District of the State of Ohio, 1862; one signed by Abraham Lincoln and Salmon P. Chase, appointing Parsons to the position of Collector of Internal Revenue for the Eighteenth Collection District of Ohio, 1863; and one signed by Salmon P. Chase (then Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Ohio), appointing Parsons as his Aid-de-Camp, 1856. (Wyles SC 694).
  • Lincoln [Abraham] Scrapbooks, ca. 1862-1963 [bulk dates 1860s-1930s]. Five volumes, mainly clippings pertaining to Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War. These volumes were part of the early Lincoln Library established by William Wyles. (Wyles Mss 93).
  • Lincoln [Abraham] Scenes, ca. 1860s-1970s. Engravings, prints, picture postcards, flyers, pamphlets, photographs, political cartoons, and other illustrations with Abraham Lincoln in them, as well as buildings, monuments, and sites having some association with Lincoln. (Wyles Mss 83).
  • 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).
  • Lincoln Centennial Celebration Scrapbooks, 1908-1911. Three volumes, mainly newspaper and magazine clippings, with portraits and accounts of the life and death of Abraham Lincoln, including tributes paid him on the one-hundredth anniversary of his birth in 1809. Newspapers represented include the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Globe and Commercial Advertiser (New York), New York Daily Tribune, New York Evening Post, and New York Times. The scrapbooks were compiled by Benjamin DeForest Curtiss. (Wyles Mss 89).
  • Lincoln Centennial Souvenir. One color picture postcard, 1909. (Wyles SC 745).
  • [Lincoln Day Proclamation]. One printed document, by Leverett Saltonstall, Governor of Massachusetts, 1941. (Wyles SC 598).
  • Lincoln Legal Records, ca. 1940s. Three card files, mostly handwritten slips of paper, describing legal cases Lincoln was involved in, arranged into 2 series, 1 chronological and 1 alphabetical by surname of litigant. (Wyles Mss 94).
  • Lincoln, Levi [1782-1868; Massachusetts Governor, 1825-1834; Whig member of U.S. Congress, 1835-1841]. One letter (ALS) to Patience Earle, re abolition of slavery. Washington, [D.C.], 20 Feb. 1837. (Wyles SC 523).
  • Lincoln Library Records, ca. 1930-1987. Early information about acquisitions, holdings, maintenance, and development of the Lincoln Library, assembled by William Wyles in the early years, and predecessor of the William Wyles Collection. Included are accession and acquisitions books, visitors’ registers, and brochures about the collection at various times in its history. (Wyles Mss 67).
  • [Lincoln, Mary Todd]. Color engraving, "Mrs. President Lincoln," by Kimmel & Foster, n.d. (Wyles SC 818).
  • [Lincoln, Mary Todd]. Portrait, “Mrs. Lincoln,” engraved and published by William Sartain, Philadelphia, n.d. (Wyles SC 828).
  • Lincoln, Robert Todd (Secretary of War). One letter (ALS) responding to request of J. J. Jones of Chicago, re current government employment of Augustus Funk. Washington, Mar. 14, 1883. (Wyles SC 1079).
  • Lincoln Scrapbooks, ca. 1860s-1930s. Five scrapbooks, mainly clippings ca. 1860s-1930s, pertaining to Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War. Newspapers represented include the Christian Science Monitor, Examiner (New York), Harper’s Weekly, Los Angeles Times, New York Herald Tribune, New York Reformer, Northern N.Y. Journal, Sacramento Daily Union, Santa Barbara Daily News, Santa Barbara New-Press, and the Standard (Chicago). (Wyles Mss 93).
  • 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).
  • Linderman (Verne) Oral History, 1977. Family history and reminiscences of a Santa Barbaran who grew up in Montana; and whose father was Frank Bird Linderman, well-known western author. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 59).
  • Lindsay, Jack. One note (TNS) re his next novel, All on the Never-Never. Castle Hedingham, Halstead, Essex, n.d. (SC 166).
  • “Lines on the Death of Sir Walter Scott.” Printed poem, Hampstead, Nov. 1832. (SC 1111).
  • Linh Duy Vo. One letter (TLS) and one notebook by Vietnam War surivivor Linh Duy Vo, with color photographs, correspondence and printed poem “The Girl in the Photograph,” referring to the Pulitzer Prize winning photo of Kim Phuc, taken in Vietnam, June 8, 1972. Downey, California, January 30, 1995. (SC 595).
  • Linnaeus, Carl [Carl Von Linne] (1707-1778). Two engraved portraits, with signatures, of Swedish botanist, physician, and zoologist, Carl Linneaus, n.d. (SC 619).
  • [Literature]. Addison, Joseph (1672-1719). English essayist and politician. Holdings include Remarks on Several Parts of Italy (1705) [Spec DG424.A22], Notes upon the Twelve Books of Paradise Lost (1719) [Spec PR3562.A2 1719], the three-volume set Miscellaneous Works (1726) [Spec PR3301.T5 1726], Dialogues upon the Usefulness of Ancient Medals (1751) [Spec CJ5595.A3 1751], and an eight-volume set of The Spectator (1753) [Spec PR1365.S7 1753]. Also the dramatic works Cato: A Tragedy (1791) [Spec PR3304.C5 1791] and The Drummer, or, the Haunted House: A Comedy (1792) [Spec PR3304.D7 1792]. Fine press editions of The Vision of Mirzah (1917) by the Book Club of California [Printers Z239.N3 A33], An Essay by Joseph Addison: The Trial of the Wine-Brewers (1930) by John Henry Nash [Printers Z239.N3 A3], and The Sir Roger de Coverly Papers (1945) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PR3304.D4 1945]. Additionally, a letter in Addison’s hand, dated May 1708, is available in the Isaac Foot Collection (Mss 33).
  • [Literature]. Alcott, Louisa May (1832-1888). American novelist. Holdings include Hospital Sketches (1863) [Wyles E621.A4 1863], Little Women (1871) [Spec PS1017.L5 1871], Little Men (1871) [Spec PS1017.L6 1871], Aunt Jo’s Scrap Bag (1872) [Spec PS1017.A8 1872], Louisa May Alcott, Her Life, Letters, and Journals (1889) [Spec PS1018.A4 1889], Eight Cousins (1890) [Spec PS1017.E5 1870], Comic Tragedies (1893) [Spec PS1017.C6 1893], Jack and Jill: A Village Story (1896) [Spec PS1017.J33 1896], Rose in Bloom (1896) [Spec 1017.R6], Jo’s Boys, and How They Turned Out (1926) [Spec PS1017.J6 1926], A Sprig of Andromeda (1962) [Spec PS1018.A4 1962], and On Picket Duty (1969) [Wyles PZ3.A355 O5]. Fine press edition of Little Women (1967) by the Heritage Press [Spec PS1017.L5 1967a].
  • [Literature]. Alger, Horatio (1832-1899). American novelist. Holdings include Ragged Dick, or, Street Life in New York with the Boot-Blacks (1868) [Spec PS1029.A3 R33 1868], Paul the Peddler (1871) [Spec PS1029.A3 P38 1871], Slow and Sure (1872) [Spec PS1029.A3 S56 1872], Strive and Succeed (1872) [Spec PS1029.A3 S77 1872], From Canal Boy to President, or, The Boyhood and Manhood of James A. Garfield (1881) [Wyles PZ5.A38 F7], Abraham Lincoln, the Backwoods Boy (1883) [Wyles E457.905.A38 A2], The Train Boy (1883) [Spec PS1029.A3 T72], Joe’s Luck, or, A Boy’s Adventures in California (1887) [Spec PS1029.A3 J63 1887], The Young Musician (1906) [Spec PS1029.A3 Y68], and The Telegraph Boy (1910) [Spec PS1029.A3 T45 1910]. Fine press edition of The Young Miner, or, Tom Nelson in California (1965) by the Book Club of California [Spec PS1029.A3 Y6 1965]. See also Holy Horatio! The Strange Life and Paradoxical Works of the Legendary Mr. Alger; And an Afterword Chronicling an American Success Story (1966) by Ray Russell [Spec PS1029.A3 Z8 1976 and Printers Z478.86.C36 R88].
  • [Literature]. Anderson, Sherwood (1876-1941). American writer. Holdings include Windy McPherson’s Son (1916) [Spec PS3501.N55 W49], Marching Men (1917) [Spec PS3501.N55 M32], Winesburg, Ohio (1919) [Spec PS3501.N4 W5 1919], Poor White (1920) [Spec PS3501.N55 P6], The Triumph of the Egg (1921) [Spec PS3501.N55 T7], Mid-American Chants (1923) [Spec PS3501.N4 M5 1923], Tar: A Midwest Childhood (1926) [Spec PS3501.N4 Z52 1926], Hello Towns! (1929) [Spec PS3501.N55 H4], Perhaps Women (1931) [Spec PS3501.N55 P4], Death in the Woods (1933) [Spec PS3501.N55 D4], Kit Brandon: A Portrait (1936) [Spec PS3501.N55 K5], Man and His Imagination (1941) [Spec PS3501.N55 A46], and Sherwood Anderson’s Memoirs (1942) [Spec PS3501.N55 Z49]. Fine press editions of A New Testament (1927) by Boni and Liveright [Spec PS3501.N55 N4], No Swank (1934) by Centaur Press [Spec PS3501.N55 N6 1934], and Winesburg, Ohio (1978) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS3501.N5 W5 1978].
  • [Literature]. 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 V5 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].
  • [Literature]. Arnold, Matthew (1822-1888). English poet and scholar. Holdings include Poems (1854) [Spec PR4021.P6 1854], On Translating Homer (1861) [Spec PR4022.O66], The Popular Education of France (1861) [PR4022.P66], Heinrich Heine (1863) [Spec PR4022.H45], Essays in Criticism (1865) [PR4022.E3 1865], On the Study of Celtic Literature (1867) [Spec PR4022.O63], New Poems (1867) [Spec PR4022.N4], Culture and Anarchy (1869) [Spec PR4022.C7], St. Paul and Protestantism (1870) [Spec PR4022.S3], Literature and Dogma (1873) [Spec PR4022.L5], God & the Bible (1875) [Spec PR4022.G6], Mixed Essays (1879) [Spec PR4022.M5], Irish Essays (1882) [Spec PR4022.I7], the three-volume set Poems (1885) [Spec PR4021.P6 1885], Discourses in America (1885) [Spec PR4022.D57], Civilization in the United States (1888) [Spec PR4022.C5 and Wyles E168.A7], Poetical Works of Matthew Arnold (1890) [Spec PR4020.A2 1890b], Alaric at Rome (1896) [Spec PR4021.G37 1896], Eugénie de Guérin (1903) [Spec PR4022.G81 1903] and Maurice de Guérin (1903) [Spec PR4022.G82 1903], The Scholar-Gypsy (1906) [Spec PR4022.S34 1906], and General Grant (1966) [Wyles E672.A75 1966]. Fine press editions of Empedocles on Etna (1896) by Ballantyne Press [Spec PR4022.E25 1896], Tristram and Iseult (1946) by the Golden Eagle Press (1946) [Printers Z239.G648 A76 1946], and a broadside edition of The Buried Life (1951) [Printers Z239.O3 A7]. Additionally, a two-line manuscript poem dated August 1883 is available [SC 8].
  • [Literature]. Arnold, Matthew (1822-1888). One short manuscript poem, signed, 12 August 1883. (SC 8).
  • [Literature]. Asian American Theater Company (AATC) Archives. Administrative and financial records, correspondence, production files, scripts, audio and video recordings, photographs, slides, posters, and other materials relating to the San Francisco-based AATC, one of only three Asian American theaters in the United States, founded in 1973 by the Chinese American writer and playwright Frank Chin and others. (CEMA 9).
  • [Literature]. Auden, W. H. (1907-1973). English poet. Holdings include Poems (1930) [Spec PR6001.U4 O7 1932 vault], The Orators (1932) [Spec PR6001.U4 O7 1932], The Dance of Death (1933) [Spec PR6001.U4 D3 1933], The Dog Beneath the Skin (1935) with Christopher Isherwood [Spec PR6001.U4 D6 1935b], Look, Stranger! (1936) [Spec PR6001.U4 L6 1936], The Ascent of F6 (1936) with Christopher Isherwood [Spec PR6001.U4 A8 1936a], On This Island (1937) [Spec PR6001.U4 O6 1937b], Letters from Iceland (1937) [Spec PR6001.U4 O6 1937b], On the Frontier (1938) with Christopher Isherwood [Spec PR6001.U4 O5 1938], Journey to a War (1939) with Christopher Isherwood [Spec PR6001.U4 J68 1939], Another Time (1940) [Spec PR6001.U4 A7 1940b], New Year Letter (1941) [Spec PR6001.U4 N4 1941], The Double Man (1941) [Spec PR6001.U4 D65 1941], For the Time Being (1945) [Spec PR6001.U4 F6 1945], The Enchafèd Flood (1951) [Spec PR6001.U4 E53 1951], The Shield of Achilles (1955) [Spec PR6001.U4 S5 1955a], Homage to Clio (1960) [Spec PR6001.U4 H6 1960b], The Dyer’s Hand (1962) [Spec PR6001.U4 D9], Secondary Worlds (1968) [Spec PR6001.U4 S4 1968b], City Without Walls (1969) [Spec PR6001.U4 C5 1969b], Academic Graffiti (1971) [Spec PR6001.U4 A63 1971], and Thank You, Fog: Last Poems (1974) [Spec PR6001.U4 T5 1974]. Fine press editions of Marginalia (1966) by Ibex Press [Spec PR6001.U4 M37 1966], Auden–Five Poems (1983) by Labyrinth Editions [Spec PR6001.U4 A6 1983 vault], and Three Unpublished Poems (1986) by Kelly-Winterton Press [Spec PR6001.U4 A17 1986]. Additionally, the sound recording W.H. Auden Reading from His Works (1954) is available [Spec LP 0097].
  • [Literature]. Austen, Jane (1775-1817). English novelist. Holdings include Emma (1816) in three volumes [Spec PR4034.E5 vault], Northanger Abbey and Persuasion (1818) in four volumes [Spec PR4034.N6 1818 vault], Sense and Sensibility (1870) [Spec PR4034.S4 1870z], Pride and Prejudice (1894) [Spec PR4034.P7 1894], Fragment of a Novel Written by Jane Austen (1925) known as Sanditon [Spec PR4034.F8], and Five Letters from Jane Austen to Her Sister Cassandra, 1813 (1981) [Spec PR4036.A477 1981 vault]. Fine press editions of Three Evening Prayers (1940) by the Colt Press [Printers Z239.C56 A88]; Emma (1964) [Spec PR4034.E5 1964] and Persuasion (1977) [Spec PR4034.P4 1977], both by the Limited Editions Club; and Pride & Prejudice (1985) by Nottingham Court Press [Spec PR4034.P7 1985].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. Balzac, Honoré de. One letter (ALS) from Balzac, 30 avr. [Apr.] 1844 (SC 555).
  • [Literature]. Barre (Richard) Collection, ca. 1995-2003. Typescript and edited drafts, correspondence, proofs, sample chapters, as well as promotional literature and other miscellany, of a Santa Barbara area mystery writer. Also, signed first editions of his works, which are cataloged separately. (Mss 167).
  • [Literature]. Bartlett, Elizabeth. Correspondence to Bartlett, poetry editor of Etc., from Sy Gressor, James Laughlin, Tyndale Martin, Paul Ramsey, Knute Skinner, 1964-1966. (SC 16).
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. Beardsley, Aubrey (1872-1898). English illustrator. Holdings include Bon-Mots of Sydney Smith and R. Brinsley Sheridan (1893) [Spec PN6321.S64]; a loose-leaf edition of Aubrey Beardsley’s Illustrations to Salomé (1900) [Spec PR5820.S23], also seen with accompanying text by Oscar Wilde in Salomé (1904) [Spec PR5820.S2 1904]; Under the Hill (1904) [Printers Z239.2.B22 B43 1904]; The Story of Venus and Tannhäuser (1907) [Spec PR4089.B45 S8]; illustrations for Sir Thomas Mallory’s The Birth, Life, and Acts of King Arthur (1909) [Spec PR2043.R5 1909]; The Art of Aubrey Beardsley (1918) [Spec PR4089.B45 A68 1918]; Some Unknown Drawings of Aubrey Beardsley (1923) [Spec NC1115.B4 1923]; The Uncollected Work of Aubrey Beardsley (1925) [Spec PR4089.B45 A6 1925], illustrations for Aristophanes’ Lysistrata (1927) [Spec PA3877.L8 1927]; The Later Work of Aubrey Beardsley (1930) [Spec PR4089.B45 A6 1930]; Letters from Aubrey Beardsley to Leonard Smithers (1937) [Printers Z239.2.F5 B4]; and Drawings (1967) [Spec NC139.B4 A44].
  • [Literature]. [Beats]. Knight [Arthur and Kit] Beat Collection, ca. 1971-1984. Manuscript material, photographs, magazines, booklets and ephemera relating to the Beats and Beat history. Most of the items in the collection are publications on the Beat generation, issued and edited by the Knights. (Mss 205).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. Becke, Louis (1855-1913). Australian writer. Holdings include Pacific Tales (1896) [Spec PR9619.2.B43 P32 1896], The Mystery of the Laughlin Islands (1896) [Spec PR9619.2.B43 M97 1896], A First Fleet Family (1896) [Spec PR9619.2.B43 F57 1896], His Native Wife (1897) [Spec PR9619.2.B43 H58 1897], The Ebbing of the Tide (1897) [Spec PR9619.2.B43 E23 1897], Rodman the Boatsteerer (1898) [Spec PR9619.2.B43 R63 1898], The Mutineer: A Romance of Pitcairn Island (1898) [Spec PR9619.2.B43 M88 1898], The Naval Pioneers of Australia (1899) with Walter Jeffery [Spec DU170.B39 1899], Rídan the Devil (1899) [Spec PR9619.2.B43 R53 1899], Admiral Phillip: The Founding of New South Wales (1899) with Walter Jeffery [Spec DU172.P58 B42 1899], The Tapu of Banderah (1901) with Walter Jeffery [Spec PR9619.2.B43 T36 1901], Tessa, the Trader’s Wife (1901) [Spec PR9619.2.B43 T48 1901], By Rock and Pool on an Austral Shore (1901) [Spec PR9619.2.B43 B924 1901], Breachley, Black Sheep (1902) [Spec PR9619.2.B43 B74 1902], Helen Adair (1903) [Spec PR9619.2.B43 H44 1903], Chinkie’s Flat (1904) [Spec PR9619.2.B43 C45 1904], Tom Gerrard (1904) [Spec PR9619.2.B43 T64 1904], Notes from My South Sea Log (1905) [Spec DU22.B38 1905], Sketches from Normandy (1907) [Spec PR9619.2.B43 S54 1907], The Settlers of Karossa Creek, and Other Stories of Australian Bush Life (1907) [Spec PR9619.2.B43 S487 1907], ‘Neath Austral Skies (1909) [Spec PR9619.2.B43 N43 1909], and The Strange Adventure of James Shervinton (1926) [Spec PR9619.2.B43 1902].
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. Bentham, Jeremy (1748-1832). English philosopher. Holdings include Church-of-Englandism and Its Catechism Examined (1818) [Spec BX5133.B35 1818] and Principles of Legislation (1830) [Spec JF421.B45].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. Bewick, Thomas (1753-1828). English engraver. Holdings include A General History of Quadrupeds (1791) [Spec QL706.B5 1791], A History of British Birds (1809) [Spec QL690.G7 B3], The Fables of Æsop (1818) [Spec PA3855.E5 B4 1818], Select Fables (1820) [Spec PN982.S4], and Bewick Gleanings (1886) [Printers Z257.B45]. Fine press editions of Bewick’s Select Fables by Ballantyne, Hanson & Co. (1879) [Printers Z239.2.B22 A38] and Hillside Press (1965) [Printers Z239.H48 A38], Select Fables: Impressions from 84 Blocks (1968) by Gehenna Press [Printers Z239.G38 B4 vault], Thomas Bewick: Ten Working Drawing Reproductions Shown with Impressions of the Corresponding Engravings (1972) by the Cherryburn Press [Printers Z239.C475 B49], and A Frail Memorial (1975) also by the Cherryburn Press [Printers Z239.C475 B47 1975]. See also Thomas Hugo’s The Bewick Collector (1866) [Spec NE1212.B5 H8 1866] and Thomas Bewick & the Fables of Aesop (1983) by John W. Borden [Spec NE1147.6.B47 B67 1983].
  • [Literature]. Bibliography. One typescript, compiler unknown, of early English-language authors and their works, to mid-19th century, arranged chronologically by birthdates of the authors, with subject indices. (SC 21).
  • [Literature]. Bierce, Ambrose (1842-1914). American writer. Holdings include The Fiend’s Delight (1872) as Dod Grile [Spec PS1097.F5 1872], Nuggets and Dust Panned Out in California (1872) as Dod Grile [Spec PS1097.N8], Tales of Soldiers and Civilians (1891) [Spec PS1097.T3], In the Midst of Life (1892) [Spec PS1097.I42 1892], Fantastic Fables (1899) [Spec PS1097.F3 1899], Can Such Things Be (1909) [Spec PS1097.C3 1909], The Letters of Ambrose Bierce (1922) [Printers Z239.B54 B475 1922], Battle Sketches (1930) [Spec PS1097.B37 1930], The Devil’s ABC (1946) [Spec PS1097.D48], Ambrose Bierce’s Civil War (1956) [Wyles E601.B54], and A Vision of Doom (1980) [Spec PS1097.A6 1980]. Fine press editions of A Son of the Gods and A Horseman in the Sky (1907) by Paul Elder & Co. [Printers Z239.T62 B547 1907], An Invocation (1928) by John Henry Nash [Printers Z239.N3 B537 1928], Battlefields and Ghosts (1931) by the Harvest Press [Printers Z239.H265 B53 1931], The Devil’s Dictionary: A Selection of the Bitter Definitions of Ambrose Bierce (1958) by Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 B53], The Monk and the Hangman’s Daughter (1967) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS1097.M7 1967], Write it Right: A Little Blacklist of Literary Faults (1971) by Grabhorn-Hoyem [Spec PS1097.W75], The Devil’s Dictionary (1972) by the Limited Editions Club [Printers Z239.S685 B576 1972], The Devil’s Word Book (1975) in miniature by the Rather Press [Printers Z239.R38 B53], and One of the Missing: Tales of the War Between the States (1991) by the Yolla Bolly Press [Printers Z239.Y494 B53 1991 vault].
  • [Literature]. Blake, William (1757-1827). English poet, artist, and mystic. Holdings include Selections from the Writings of William Blake (1893) [Spec PR4142.H6], The Poems of William Blake (1893) edited by W.B. Yeats [Spec PR4141.Y4], William Blake: XVII Designs to Thorton’s Virgil (1899) [Spec NE1217.B6 A3] and Blake Woodcuts for Thorton’s Virgil (1968) [Printers Z257.B54 1968 vault], Poetical Sketches (1899) [Printers Z239.2.B22 B53 1899], Illustrations of the Book of Job (1902) [Spec PR4144.I55 1826a vault], The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (1927) [Spec PR4144.M3 1825a], Songs of Experience (1927) [Spec PR4144.S5 1794a], America: A Prophecy (1947) [Printers Z239.2.B55 A5], Jerusalem (1951) Spec PR4144.J4 1951 vault] and (1991) [Spec PR4144.J4 1991], Songs of Innocence (1954) [Spec PR4144.S6 1789a], Songs of Innocence and of Experience, Shewing the Two Contrary States of the Human Soul (1955) [Spec PR4144.S6 1825a vault] and (1991) [Spec PR4144.S6 1991], Pencil Drawings (1956) [Printers Z239.2.N6 B49], "The Beggar’s Opera" by Hogarth and Blake: A Portfolio (1965) [Printers Z239.H26 H6 vault], The Book of Thel (1965) [Spec PR4144.B6 1965] and (1974) [Spec PR4144.B6 1789], William Blake in the Art of His Time (1976) [Spec PR4147.W463 1976], An Island in the Moon: A Facsimile of the Manuscript (1987) [Spec PR4144.I7 1987] and The Four Zoas of William Blake (1987) [Spec PR4144.F68 1987]. Fine press editions of Auguries of Innocence (1914) by Pear Tree Press [Printers Z239.2.P37 B53 1914]; The Book of Thel (1930) by the Book Club of California (1930) [Printers Z239.W56 B53]; A Cradle Song. The Divine Image. A Dream. Night (1949) by Valenti Angelo [Printers Z239.A54 B54 1949]; A Letter from William Blake (1964) by Gehenna Press [Printers Z239.G38 B54 1964]; Proverbs of Hell (1972) by the Black Knight Press [Printers Z239.2.B53 B52], and a series by Trianon Press including Jerusalem: The Emanation of the Giant Albion (1952) [Spec PR4144.J4 1952 vault] and (1974) [Spec PR4144.J4 1974 vault], Visions of the Daughters of Albion (1959) [Spec PR4144.V5 1959 vault], The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (1960) [Spec PR4144.M3 1960 vault], America: A Prophecy (1963), Milton (1967) [Spec PR4144.M6 1815a vault], The Gates of Paradise (1968) [Spec PR4144.G3 1968 vault], Europe: A Prophecy (1969) [Spec PR4144.E8 1969], All Religions are One (1970) [Spec PR4144.A4 1970 vault], There is No Natural Religion (1971) [Spec PR4144.T5 1790a vault], The Book of Ahania (1973) [Spec PR4144.B55 1973 vault], The Song of Los (1975) [Spec PR4144.S47 1975 vault] and William Blake’s Laocoön: A Last Testament (1976) [Spec PR4144.L32 1976]. Special also has early editions of Blake’s major works available on color microfilm. See also Adrian Van Sinderen’s Blake: The Mystic Genius (1949) [Spec PR4146.V3].
  • [Literature]. [Blake, William]. Trianon Press Collection. Sample sheets. Also, a number of printed items, mostly William Blake, which have been cataloged separately. (Printers Mss 37).
  • [Literature]. Bligh [Eric Walter] Collection, ca. 1886-1965. Correspondence, cards, notes, photographs, and printed ephemera of English author Bligh, together with his book collection of several hundred volumes focusing primarily on latter nineteenth century British writers. (Mss 8).
  • [Literature]. Bolingbroke, Henry St. John (1678-1751). English statesman and writer. Holdings include The Occasional Writer (1727) [Spec DA500.B637 1727], The Case of Dunkirk (1730) [Spec DA801.D9 B6], A Dissertation Upon Parties (1735) [Spec DA44.B65], Letters on the Idea of a Patriot King (1749) [Spec DA499.B6], the two-volume set Letters on the Study and Use of History (1752) [Spec D7.B63 1752b], the five-volume set Works (1754) [Spec DA27.B6 1754], and A Collection of Political Tracts (1769) [Spec DA503 1769.B7].
  • [Literature]. Boswell, James (1740-1795). Scottish writer and biographer. Holdings include The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson, L.L.D. (1785) [Spec PR3533.B62 vault], The Life of Samuel Johnson, L.L.D. (1834) [Spec PR3533.B6 1834], the 18-volume set of the Isham collection, Private Papers of James Boswell from Malahide Castle (1928) [Spec PR3325.A16 1928], and Boswell’s London Journal, 1762-1763 (1951) [Spec PR3325.A88 1951]. Fine press edition of The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson, L.L.D. (1974) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec DA880.H4 B7 1974]. See also A Letter from Voltaire to James Boswell (1927) [Printers Z239.R8 V64].
  • [Literature]. Brent (Duncan and Fredrika) Collection, ca. 1669-1983 [bulk dates 1958-1983]. Correspondence from Duncan Brent to Lawrence Clark Powell, as well as a typescript draft and other materials pertaining to Powell’s publication of Le monde passé [a remembrance of Brent]. Also, a collection of the Brents’ books, mainly 19th-20th century literature and Californiana. A highlight of this collection is the two volume Hollinshed’s Chronicles [of England, Scotland, and Ireland] (London, 1587), one of William Shakespeare’s sources for his historical plays. (Mss 9).
  • [Literature]. Broadside Collection, ca. 1939-1991 [bulk dates 1960s-1980s]. More than 200 printed items, most American, English language, mainly poetry, many in limited editions, some signed. Authors include Robert Bly, Ray Bradbury, Richard Brautigan, Joseph Brodsky, Charles Bukowski, Tom Clark, Andrei Codrescu, Robert Creeley, Fielding Dawson, Clayton Eshleman, William Everson, William Faulkner, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, M. F. K. Fisher, Robert Frost, Allen Ginsberg, Michael Hannon, Seamus Heaney, Robinson Jeffers, LeRoi Jones (Amiri Baraka), Denise Levertov, Oscar Lewis, Larry McMurtry, Henry Miller, Judyl Mudfoot, Pablo Neruda, Joyce Carol Oates, Octavio Paz, Lawrence Clark Powell, Kenneth Rexroth, Jerome Rothenberg, Thomas Sanchez, John Sayles, Timothy Sheehan, Gary Snyder, Henry David Thoreau, John Updike, Diane Wakoski, and Peter Whigham. Presses and printers, many Santa Barbara, include Aetheric Press (Santa Barbara), Arundel Press (Los Angeles), Cadmus Editions (Santa Barbara), Capra Press (Santa Barbara), Cranium Press (San Francisco), Crepuscular Press (Madison, WI), Doggeral Press (Santa Barbara), Gehenna Press (Northampton, MA), Janus Press (West Burke, VT), Grabhorn Hoyem (San Francisco), Kairos Editions (Santa Barbara), Graham Mackintosh (Santa Barbara), Meadow Press (San Francisco), Moving Parts Press (Santa Cruz, CA), Mudborn Press (Santa Barbara), Ninja Press (Sherman Oaks, CA), Old Hand Press (Santa Barbara), Painted Cave Press (Santa Barbara), Harry and Sandra Reese (Isla Vista, CA), Sand Dollar Press (Berkeley, CA), Sand River Press (Los Osos, CA), Sun Moon Bear Press (Healdsburg, CA), Table-Talk Press (Santa Barbara), Unicorn Bookshop (Goleta, CA), Noel Young (Santa Barbara). (Mss 212).
  • [Literature]. Brontë, Charlotte (1816-1855). English novelist and poet. Holdings include Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell (1846) as Currer Bell [Spec PR4167.P6 1846 vault], Shirley (1849) as Currer Bell [Spec PR4167.S5 1849], Villette (1853) as Currer Bell [Spec PR4167.V5 1853], a two-volume set of The Professor (1857) as Currer Bell [Spec PR4167.P7 1857 vault], An Account of Her Honeymoon (1930) [Spec PR4168.A48 1930], and Jane Eyre (1981) [Spec PR4167.J3 1981]. Fine press edition of The Professor (1970) by the Folio Society [Spec PR4167.P7 1970].
  • [Literature]. Brontë, Emily (1818-1848). English novelist and poet. Holdings include Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell (1846) as Ellis Bell [Spec PR4167.P6 1846 vault], and Poems (1923) [Printers Z239.2.C8 B74 1923]. Fine press editions of Wuthering Heights by the Heritage Press (1940) [Printers Z239.2.C8 B76] and the Folio Society (1964) [Spec PR4172.W7 1971].
  • [Literature]. Browning, Elizabeth Barrett (1806-1861). English poet. Holdings include Aurora Leigh (1857) [Spec PR4185.A1 1857c], Last Poems (1862) [Spec PR4190.L3 1862], Poems of the Intellect and the Affections (1865) [Spec PR4190.P8 1865], the two-volume set The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett, 1845-1846 (1899) [Spec PR4231.A3 1899a], Letters from Elizabeth Barrett to B.R. Haydon (1939 [Printers PR4193.A36], and Stanzas, A Fragment, March 1845 (1943) [Spec PR4190.S8]. Facsimile edition of A Letter of Elizabeth Barrett Browning to Napoleon III in Behalf of Victor Hugo (1932) [Printers Z242.5.B78 1932]. Fine press editions of Sonnets from the Portuguese by the Roycroft Shop (1898) [Printers Z239.R67 B7], Paul Elder & Co. (1910) [Printers Z239.N3 B7], Riccardi Press (1914) [Spec PR4189.A1 1914], with an accompanying facsimile (1927) [Printers Z239.N3 B76 1927], by the Heritage Club (1938) [Printers Z239.H46 B7], and the Peter Pauper Press (1940) [Printers Z239.P4 B7]; Rhyme of the Duchess May (1907) by Foulis Press [Printers Z239.2.F66 B785 1907]; and Casa Guidi Windows (1977) by the Imprint Society [Spec PR4186.A1 1977b]. See also Colin Franklin’s Elizabeth Barrett Browning at the Mercy of Her Publishers (1989) [Spec PR4194.F72 1989].
  • [Literature]. Browning, Robert (1812-1889). English poet. Holdings include Men and Women (1855) [Spec PR4214.A1 1855], the four-volume set The Ring and the Book (1868) [Spec PR4219.A1 1868], Aristophanes’ Apology (1875) [Spec PR4222.A6], Dramatic Idyls (1880) [Spec PR4206.A1 1880], Ferishtah’s Fancies (1884) [Spec PR4222.F4], Parleyings with Certain People (1887) [Spec PR4216.A1 1887], Asolando (1890) [Spec PR4222.A7 1890a], and the two-volume set The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett, 1845-1846 (1899) [Spec PR4231.A3 1899a]. Fine press editions of Dramatic Romances and Lyrics (1899) by the Ballantyne Press [Printers Z239.2.B22 B76], In a Balcony (1902) by Langworthy & Stevens [Printers Z239.B44 B76 1902], Some Poems (1904) by Eragny Press [Printers Z239.2.E65 B7], Italy My Italy (1910) by T.B. Mosher [Spec PR4203.M6], Dramatis Personae (1910) by the Doves Press [Printers Z239.2.D65 B76 vault], Rabbi Ben Ezra by T.N. Foulis (1910) [Printers Z239.2.F66 B795 1910] and the Monastery Hill Bindery (1933) [Printers Z239.B698 B75], Love Among the Ruins (1922) by Bernhardt Wall [Printers Z257.B725 1922], and The Pied Piper of Hamelin (1970) by David Godine [Printers Z239.G56 B72]. Additionally, a handwritten poem by Browning, from "Garden Fancies: The Flower’s Name," dated August 7, 1883, is available [SC 39].
  • [Literature]. Browning, Robert (1812-1889). One holograph poem signed, from "Garden Fancies: The Flower’s Name." London, 7 Aug. 1883. (SC 39).
  • [Literature]. [Bukowski, Charles]. One letter (ALS) from Jon Welsh, Loujon Press, to John {Martin?] re publication of Crucifix in a Death Hand. New Orleans, 5 June 1965. (SC 574).
  • [Literature]. Bukowski [Charles] Collection. Extensive collection of printed works, including books, broadsides, magazines, newspapers and other formats in which Bukowski material has appeared. Manuscript materials pertaining to Bukowski are listed separately.
  • [Literature]. Bukowski [Charles] / Martin [John] Collection, 1967-1994. Correspondence from Bukowski to his publisher, John Martin, of Black Sparrow Press. (Mss 166).
  • [Literature]. Bukowski [Charles] / Martin [John K.] – Black Sparrow Press Collection, 1973-2004. 62 original, signed poems by Charles Bukowski (including the last one he wrote, 5 Jan. 2004, two months before his death), sent to John Martin, publisher of Black Sparrow Press, 2003-2004; together with 34 original, signed contracts re foreign publication of Buk’s books, and related correspondence between him and John Martin, 1973-1990. (Mss 241).
  • [Literature]. Bukowski [Charles] / O’Roark [James F.] Correspondence, 1975. Four letters [TLS] and accompanying envelopes from Bukowski to Santa Barbara resident and collector James F. O’Roark, re visits to Santa Barbara, how writing is progressing, and daily trials and tribulations in Buk’s life. Includes reference to Claire Rabe, owner of Baudelaire’s, a Santa Barbara hangout. (SC 847).
  • [Literature]. Bukowski [Charles] Papers, ca. 1955-1980. Large collection of correspondence (outgoing to Frances Bukowski, Marina Bukowski, Sam Cherry and Neeli Cherry, John William Corrington, Sanford Dorbin, E. V. Griffith, Thomas Kerrigan, John Martin, Ann Menebroker, Steve Richmond, Ulysses Grant Roman, Jory Sherman, Ruth and William Wantling, Jon and Louise Webb, Carl Weissner, and others), typescript poetry and prose, artwork, photography, and related ephemera of the renowned California author. (Mss 12).
  • [Literature]. Bukowski [Charles] Poems. Four typescript volumes, with handwritten corrections/deletions by the editor, John Martin, of Charles Bukowski poems to be published by Harper Collins 2004-2007. (Mss 208).
  • [Literature]. Bukowski [Charles] Poems, ca. 1966-1994. 449 unpublished, unsigned, undated, mainly one and two-page typescript poems by Charles Bukowski, sent to his publisher John Martin at Black Sparrow Press over nearly 30 years, from about 1966 to 1994, the year that Bukowski died. (Mss 246).
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. Burns, Robert (1759-1796). Scottish poet. Holdings include Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect (1787) [Spec PR4300 1787.E3], The Works of Robert Burns (1801) [Spec PR4300 1801.L4], The Poetical Works of Robert Burns (1816) part of the "Books Lincoln Read" collection [Wyles E457.21.L51 B8], and Letters of Robert Burns (1820) [Spec PR4331.A3 C7 1820]. Fine press editions of To Mary in Heaven (1916) by the Bibliophile Society [Spec PR4313.T6 1916], Songs (1925) by Golden Cockerel Press [Spec PR4303.C6 and Printers Z239.2.G58 B87], The Bonnie Lass That Made the Bed to Me (1927) by John Henry Nash [Printers Z239.N3 B87 1927], Epistle to Davie (1929) by the Bruce Brough Press [Spec PR4309.E6 1929], The Jolly Beggars (1963) by the Gehenna Press [Printers Z239.G38 B87 1963], and The Poems of Robert Burns (1965) by the Limited Editions Club [Printers Z239.L5 B87 1965]. Also, Burns’s works have been set to music and recorded on 78 RPM records by performers such as Chauncey Olcott [PA Victor 895] and Dinah Shore [PA Victor 20-1611].
  • [Literature]. Burton, Richard Francis (1821-1890). English explorer, translator, and writer. Holdings include The Nile Basin (1864) [Spec DT117.B8]; translations of Kalyānamalla’s Ananga-Ranga (1885) [Spec HQ470.S3 K3 1885], The Kasîdah of Hâjî Abdû el-Yezdî (1900) [Spec PR4349.B52 K3 1900z], The Carmina of Caius Valerius Catullus (1928) [Spec PA6275.E5 B8 1928], The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana (1963) [Spec HQ470.S3 V3 1963a], and ‘Umar ibn Muhammad Nafzâwî’s The Perfumed Garden of the Shaykh Nefzawi (1964) [Spec HQ461.N3213 1964b]; and The Look of the West, 1860: Across the Plains to California (1963) [Wyles F826.B871]. Fine press editions of The Kasîdah of Hâjî Abdû el-Yezdî by the Book Club of California (1919) [Printers Z239.B54 B87 1919], Thomas B. Mosher (1923) [Printers Z239.M64 B87 1923], and the Peter Pauper Press (1945) [Printers Z239.P4 B87]; and The Arabian Nights by the Heritage Press (1934) [Printers Z239.H46 A72], the Limited Editions Club (1954) [Printers Z239.L5 A694 1954], and the Allen Press (1980) [Printers Z239.A46 A73 vault].
  • [Literature]. Butler, Samuel (1835-1902). English writer. Holdings include Evolution, Old and New (1879) [Darwin QH361.B8 1879], Selections from Previous Works (1884) [Darwin PR4349.B7 A16 1884], Ex Voto: An Account of the Sacro Monte (1890) [Spec PR4349.B7 E92 1890], On the Trapanese Origin of the Odyssey (1893) [Spec PR4349.B7 O5], Essays on Life, Art, and Science (1908) [Darwin PR4349.B7 A16 1908], God the Known and God the Unknown (1909) [Darwin BL200.B87], Life and Habit (1910) [Darwin QH366.B75 1910], Unconscious Memory (1910) [Darwin QH371.B8], The Note-Books of Samuel Butler (1913) [Spec PR4349.B7 N6], Erewhon, or, Over the Range (1913) [Darwin PR4349.B7 E6 1913], The Humour of Homer (1913) [Darwin PR4349.B7 H8], Alps and Sanctuaries of Piedmont and the Canton Ticino (1913) [Darwin DG614.B8 1913], A First Year in Canterbury Settlement (1914) [Darwin DU430.C3 B8 1914], The Way of All Flesh (1923) [Darwin PR4349.B7 W3 1923], and The Fair Haven (1938) [Darwin BL2775.B85 1938]. Fine press editions of Erewhon by Cheshire House (1931) [Spec PR4349.B7 E6 1931] and the Limited Editions Club (1934) [Spec PR6015.U98 Z3 B8], and The Way of All Flesh (1936) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PR4349.B7 W3 1936].
  • [Literature]. Byron, George Gordon (1785-1824). English poet. Holdings include English Bards and Scotch Reviewers (1809) [Spec PR 4360.A1 1809a]; Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage (1812) [Spec PR4357.A1 1812], with further cantos published in 1816 and 1818; The Bride of Abydos (1813) [Spec PR4355.A1 1813]; Lara (1814) [Spec PR4364.A1 1814 vault]; The Corsair (1814) [Spec PR4358.A1 1814a]; Hebrew Melodies (1815) [Spec PR4362.A1 1815]; The Siege of Corinth and Parisina (1816) [Spec PR4372.S5]; Sardanapalus, The Two Foscari, Cain, and Werner (1821) [Spec PR4368.A1 1821]; Marino Falicro, Doge of Venice and The Prophecy of Dante (1821) [Spec PR4366.A1 1821]; The Deformed Transformed (1824) [Spec PR4372.D4 1824a]; the four-volume set Works (1825) [Spec PR4350.E25]; Fugitive Pieces and Reminiscences of Lord Byron (1829) [PR4372.F8 1829]; and The Ravenna Journal (1928) [Printers Z239.2.C8 B97 1928]. Fine press editions of The Poetical Works of Lord Byron (1857) by Gall & Inglis [Printers Z239.G32 B8], The Prisoner of Chillon by Day & Son (1865) [Printers Z239.2.D3 B9] and Heron House (1993) [Printers Z239.F38 B97 1993], Manfred (1929) by Fanfrolico Press [Printers Z239.2.F7 B9], Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage (1931) by Harrison of Paris [Spec PR4357.A1 1931], Love Poems, with Portraits of Byron Beauties (1946) by Golden Eagle Press [Spec PR4353.G6 1946], and When We Two Parted (1962) by Pandora Press [Printers Z239.2.P28 B9]. Additionally, some of Byron’s poems have been set to music and recorded on 78 RPM records [PA ARVM-15777].
  • [Literature]. Cabell, James Branch (1879-1958). Three letters (TLS), to George Sterling, 1920; [?] Weymer, 1927; and Boyd [?], 1934. (SC 45).
  • [Literature]. Camp [Roger] Collection, ca. 1963-1995 [bulk dates 1968-1974]. Correspondence, mainly editors’ letters of acceptance or rejection, to poet and photographer Roger Camp, copies of poems by him, and issues of literary and poetry journals and reviews, usually containing poems or photographs by him. Correspondents include Ansel Adams, Robert Bly, Thom Jones, and Lawrence Willson (UCSB English professor). (Mss 250).
  • [Literature]. Carlyle, Thomas (1795-1881). Scottish writer and scholar. Holdings include The Life of Friedrich Schiller (1825) [Spec PT2482.C3 1825], The French Revolution (1837) [Spec DC161.C3 1837b], Sartor Resartus (1838) [Spec PR4429.A1 1838], Chartism (1840) [Spec DA559.7.C3], Past and Present (1843) [Spec HN388.C33 1843], Latter-Day Pamphlets (1850) [Spec PR4427.A1 1850a], Critical and Miscellaneous Essays (1852) [Spec PR4425.A2 1852], Shooting Niagra (1867) [Spec JN227 1867], and The Diamond Necklace (1913) [Printers Z239.R54 C2]. Fine press editions of Jocelin of Brakelond (1923) printed by William Edwin Rudge [Printers Z239.R8 C36], Lecture on Martin Luther (1926) by Deseret News Press [Printers Z239.D3942 C37 1926], and The French Revolution (1956) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec DC161.C3 1956 and Printers Z239.L5 C37].
  • [Literature]. Carroll, Lewis (1832-1898) [pseudonym of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson]. English poet and novelist. Holdings include Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1866) with illustrations by John Tenniel [Spec PR4611.A6 1866], also with illustrations by Arthur Rackham (1907) [Spec PR4611.A7 1907], in French as Aventures d’Alice au Pays des Merveilles (1972) [Spec PR4611.A7 F7 1972], in German as Alice’s Abenteuer im Wunderland (1974) [Spec PR4611.A7 G4 1974], and in Italian as Le Avventure d’Alice nel Paese delle Meraviglie (1978) [Spec PR4611.A7 I8 1978]; Through the Looking-Glass (1872) with illustrations by John Tenniel [Spec PR4611.T57 1872]; The Hunting of the Snark (1876) [Spec PR4611.H8], also in French as La Chasse au Snark (1962) [Spec PR4611.H8 F76 1962], and in miniature (1981) [Spec PR4611.H8 1981d]; Sylvie and Bruno (1889) [Spec PR4611.S9 1889]; Feeding the Mind (1907) [Spec Z1003.D64]; The Three Cats (1937) [Printers Z239.B28 C37 1937]; Lewis Carroll: Photos and Letters to His Child Friends (1975) [Spec PR4612.A4 1975]; and Logic and Tea: The Letters of Charles L. Dodgson (1984) [Spec PR4612.A47 1984]. Facsimile edition of the manuscript for Alice’s Adventures Under Ground (1886), an early version of the tale [Spec PR4611.A5 1886]. Fine press editions of The Hunting of the Snark by the Peter Pauper Press (1930) [Printers Z239.P4 D6], by the Whittington Press (1975) [Printers Z239.2.W49 C37 1975 vault], by William Kaufmann, Inc. (1981) [Spec PR4611.H8 1981c], and with illustrations by Barry Moser (1983) [Spec PR4611.H8 1983b]; Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by the Limited Editions Club (1932) [Printers Z239.L5 D6 vault], by the Peter Pauper Press (1940) [Printers Z239.P4 D59], with illustrations by Salvador Dali (1969) [Spec PR4611.A6 1969 vault], by the Heritage Press (1969) [Spec PR4611.A6 1969a], and with illustrations by Barry Moser (1982) [Spec PR4611.A7 1982b]; Through the Looking-Glass by the Limited Editions Club (1935) [Printers Z239.R8 C367 1935] and with illustrations by Barry Moser (1983) [Spec PR4611.A7 1982b]; and The Pig-Tale (1984) by Hanover Fitz Press [Printers Z239.H2176 C37 1984]. Additionally, a musical adaptation of Alice in Wonderland (1944), featuring Ginger Rogers, was recorded on 78 RPM records [PA Decca DA-376].
  • [Literature]. Castillo [Ana] Papers, 1953-1990. Journals, clippings, postcards, memorabilia, personal and professional correspondence, photographs, silkscreen drawings and mss of published and unpublished writings of Chicana writer and teacher Castillo. (CEMA 2).
  • [Literature]. Chin (Frank) Papers, 1940-2001. Chinese American playwright, author. (Wyles Mss 103).
  • [Literature]. Cibber, Colley (1671-1757). English playwright, actor, and poet laureate. Holdings include An Apology for the Life of Mr. Colley Cibber, Comedian (1740) [Spec PR3347.A8 1740], The Careless Husband (1777) [Spec PR3347.A62 1777], Love Makes a Man (1791) [Spec PR3347.A67 1791], The Double Gallant (1792) [Spec PR3347.A64 1792], Ximena (1792) [Spec PR3347.A78 1792], and The Lady’s Last Stake (1795) [Spec PR3347.A656 1795]. Also, a two-volume fine press edition of An Apology for the Life of Colley Cibber, Comedian (1925) by the Golden Cockerel Press [Printers Z239.2.G58 C5].
  • [Literature]. Clark [Tom] Archive, ca. 1962-1990. Correspondence, manuscripts and proofs of writings (monographs, poems, reviews, essays), notebooks, research and teaching files, audiotapes, and ephemera of American poet Tom Clark, who lived in Santa Barbara for several years and published several works with Black Sparrow Press. Correspondents include writers and publishers Carolyn Cassady, Andrei Codrescu, Robert Creeley, Edward Dorn, Barry Gifford, Christopher Lemann-Haupt, John Martin, George Plimpton, Harry Reese, and Leslie Scalapino. Also includes the Great Naropa Poetry Wars Archive, with audiotapes (Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, Tom Clark), transcripts, correspondence, newsclippings, and publications re an investigation into a 1975 confrontation between W. S. Merwin and Chogyam Trungpa, founder and director of Naropa Institute. (Mss 14).
  • [Literature]. Coleridge, Samuel Taylor (1772-1834). English poet and scholar. Holdings include Poems (1797) [Spec PR4478.A1 1797a vault], Remorse: A Tragedy in Five Acts (1813) [Spec PR4480.O7 1813], Christabel. Kubla Khan, A Vision. The Pains of Sleep (1816) [Spec PR4480.C5 vault], Sibylline Leaves (1817) [Spec PR4480.S5], Zapolya: A Christmas Tale (1817) [Spec PR4480.Z3 vault], Biographia Literaria (1817) [Spec PR4476.A1 1817], Aids to Reflection (1825) [Spec PR4480.A4 1825], The Devil’s Walk (1830) [Spec PR4480.D4], Specimens of the Table Talk of the Late Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1835) [Spec PR4480.T3 1835a], The Poetical Works of S.T. Coleridge (1836) [Spec PR4470.E36], Letters, Conversations, and Recollections of S.T. Coleridge (1836) [Spec PR4483.A24 1836], Hints Towards the Formation of a More Comprehensive Theory of Life (1848) [Spec PR4480.H5], General Introduction to the Encyclopædia Metropolitana (1849) [Darwin LB675.C7 A3 1849], and Anima Poetæ (1895) [Spec PR4472.C62 1895]. Several fine press editions of The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, with illustrations by W.W. Denslow (1899) [Printers Z239.R67 C6], published by T.N. Foulis (1903) [Printers Z239.2.F66 C654 1903], printed by John Henry Nash (1926) [Printers Z239.N3 C663 1926], by Cheshire House (1931) [Printers Z239.C48 C64 1931], by the Limited Editions Club (1945) [Printers Z239.L5 C643 1945], by Chilmark Press (1964) [Printers Z239.2.R3 C64 1964], and with illustrations by Gustave Doré (1966) [Spec PR4479.A1 1966]. Additionally, a letter in Coleridge’s hand, dated May 1828, is available in the Isaac Foot Collection (Mss 33).
  • [Literature]. Coleridge, Samuel Taylor (1772-1834). One note (ANS), comparing the poems of [George] Crabbe and [Robert?] Southey, n.d. (SC 57).
  • [Literature]. Collins, Wilkie (1824-1889). English novelist. Holdings include The Dead Secret (1857) [Spec PR4494.D42 1857], The Queen of Hearts (1859) [Spec PR4494.Q44 1859], The Woman in White (1860) [Spec PR4494.W5 1860], Jezebel’s Daughter (1880) [Spec PR4494.J4 1880b], No Thoroughfare (1909) with Charles Dickens [Spec PR4572.N62 1909], and Six Letters of Wilkie Collins (1957) [Printers Z239.B348 C64 1957]. Also, two stories, "No Name" and "The Stolen Mask," are available on microfilm as part of the Confederate Imprints series [Wyles E484.C65 microfilm]. Fine press editions of The Moonstone by Doubleday, Doran & Co. (1944) [Spec PR4494.M62 1944] and the Heritage Press (1959) [Spec PR4494.M6 1959], and The Lady of Glenwith Grange (1947) by Atlantis Press [Printers Z239.2.C8 C65 1947].
  • [Literature]. Collins [William] Wilkie (1824-1889). One note (ANS), with a quote from his Woman in White. London, 11 Dec. 1879. (SC 59).
  • [Literature]. Comella, Luciano Francisco (1751-1812). Spanish playwright. Holdings include La Buena Nuera (1780) [Spec PQ6512.C63 B83 1780z], El Dichoso Arrepentimiento (1780) [Spec PQ6512.C63 D52 1780z], El Idolente (1780) [Spec PQ6512.C63 I52 1780z], Pedro el Grande, Czar de Moscovia (1785) [Spec PQ6512.C63 P42 1785], La Andrómaca (1790) [Spec PQ6512.C63 A62 1790], La Moscovita Sensible (1790) [Spec PQ6512.C63 M67 1790z], Los Amores del Conde de Cominges (1800) [Spec PQ6512.C63 A56 1800z], Hércules y Deyanria (1816) [Spec PQ6512.C63 H47 1816], and Séneca y Paulina (1817) [Spec PQ6512.C63 S46 1817].
  • [Literature]. Conan Doyle, Arthur (1859-1930). British writer. Holdings include Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1892) [Spec PR4622.A7 1892], The Stark Munro Letters (1895) [Spec PR4622.S7 1895], Beyond the City (1900) [Spec PR4622.B4 1900z], The "Arch Adept" of the "First Degree" (1910) [ARC PR4622.A734 1910], To Arms! (1914) [Spec D517.D6], A Visit to Three Fronts, June 1916 (1916) [Spec D640.D62], The New Revelation [ARC BF1272.D7 1918], The Coming of the Fairies (1922) [ARC BF1552.D5 1922], Our American Adventure (1923) [Wyles E169.D6], and The History of Spiritualism (1975) [ARC BF1241.D6 1975]. Facsimile edition of the original manuscript for The Adventure of the Priory School (1985) [Printers Z478.86.M33 D695 1985]. Fine press editions of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1950) [Printers Z239.L5 D63], The Final Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1952) [Printers Z239.L5 D64], and The Later Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1952) [Printers Z239.L5 D65], all by the Limited Editions Club. See also Ivan Cooke’s The Return of Arthur Conan Doyle (1956) [ARC BF1283.D5 R47 1956].
  • [Literature]. Concrete Poetry Collection, 1960-1973. Copies of brochures, catalogs, conference guides, exhibit notices, flyers, lists, posters, programs, and prospectuses, mainly European, collected by Scottish poet Ian Hamilton Finlay, founder of Wild Hawthorn Press, along with several hundred printed titles. (Mss 16).
  • [Literature]. Cooper, James Fenimore (1789-1851). American novelist. Holdings include Notions of the Americans (1828) [Spec PS1421.N6 1828], Wyandotté (1843) [Spec PS1419.W7 1843], Lives of Distinguished American Naval Officers (1846) [Spec PS1409.L53], a three-volume set of The Spy (1929) [Printers Z239.R8 C69], and New York (1930) [Spec PS1421.N48 1930]. Fine press editions of The Prairie by the Limited Editions Club (1940) [Spec PS1416.A1 1940] and the Heritage Press (1968) [Spec PS1416.A1 1968], The Deerslayer (1961) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS1406.A1 1961], and The Last of the Mohicans (1973) by the Heritage Press [Spec PS1408.A1 1973].
  • [Literature]. Cooper [Marsha Truman] Collection. Correspondence with other poets, broadsides, ephemera, monographs and serials (cataloged separately) of a local award-winning poet. (Mss 157).
  • [Literature]. Corpi [Lucha] Papers, 1958-2000. Biographical/personal files, literary work, and photographs of the celebrated Chicana author. (CEMA 26).
  • [Literature]. Cowper, William (1731-1800). English poet. Holdings include The Task (1802) [Spec PR3382.T3 1802]; the two-volume set Poems (1813) [Spec PR3380.A2 1813]; Private Correspondence of William Cowper, Esq. (1824) [Spec PR3383.A3 J6 1842b]; The Negroe’s Complaint (1826) [Wyles PR3382.N43 1826]; and The Works of Cowper and Thomson (1831), part of the "Books Lincoln Read" collection. Fine press editions of The Diverting History of John Gilpin by the Ballantyne Press (1899) [Spec PR3380.A2 1845 vault] and the Riverside Press (1906) [Printers Z239.H6 C7]. See also William Hayley’s three-volume set The Life and Posthumous Writings of William Cowper (1803), with illustrations by William Blake [Spec PR3383.H4 1803b].
  • [Literature]. Crane, Stephen (1871-1900). American writer. Holdings include Maggie, a Girl of the Streets (1893) [Spec PS1449.C85 M3 1893 vault], An Ominous Baby (1894) [Spec PS1449.C85 O55 1894], The Red Badge of Courage (1895) [Spec PS1449.C85 R3 1895a], The Little Regiment (1896) [Wyles PZ3.C74 L5], George’s Mother (1896) [Spec PS1449.C85 G4], The Black Riders (1896) [PS1449.C85 B6 1896 vault], The Third Violet (1897) [Spec PS1449.C85 T48], The Open Boat (1898) [Spec PS1449.C85 O6 1898], Active Service (1899) [Spec PS1449.C85 A7 1899], War is Kind (1899) [Spec PS1449.C85 W3 1899], A Lost Poem by Stephen Crane (1900) [Spec PS1449.C85 L6], Whilomville Stories (1900) [Spec PS1449.C85 W5 1900], Men, Women, and Boats (1900) [Spec PS1449.C85 M4 1900], The Monster (1901) [Spec PS1449.C85 M6], Great Battles of the World (1901) [Spec PS1449.C85 G46], The O’Ruddy (1903) [Spec PS1449.C85 O7 1903], and The Collected Poems of Stephen Crane> (1930) [Spec PS1449.C85 A17 1930]. Facsimile edition of Crane’s handwritten manuscript for The Red Badge of Courage (1972) [Spec PS1449.C85 R3 1972b]. Fine press editions of A Battle in Greece (1936) by Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 C6], The Blood of the Martyr (1940) by the Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 C7], The Red Badge of Courage by the Limited Editions Club (1944) [Spec PS1449.C85 R3 1944] and the Folio Society (1951) [Spec PS1449.C85 R3 1972], 3 Stories of Peacetime (1965) by the Kingsport Press [Spec PS1449.C85 T54], and Maggie, a Girl of the Streets (1974) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS1449.C85 M3 1974]. See also Stephen Crane: A Photograph and a Letter (1973) [Wyles PS1449.C85 Z55].
  • [Literature]. Cumberland, Richard (1732-1811). English playwright. Holdings include The Carmelite (1791) [Spec PR3392.C37 1791], The Brothers (1792) [Spec PR3392.B7 1792], The West Indian (1792) [Spec PR3392.W4 1792], The Battle of Hastings (1793) [Spec PR3392.B3 1793], and The Fashionable Lover (1793) [Spec PR3392.F4 1793], as well as his long poem Calvary, or, The Death of Christ (1796) [Spec PR3392.C3 1796].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. Dickens [Charles] Collection. Dickens ephemera, including a note (ANS), possibly with Dickens’ signature. (SC 856).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. Duke Dos Santos [Maria] Collection. Correspondence, photographs, and ephemera from oneof 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).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. Ellerbe [Paul] Collection. Carbon-copy typescript of Ellerbe’s The Winds Are My Shelter: The Autobiography of a Comparatively Free Man. (Mss 151).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. 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.
  • [Literature]. Ernst [Morris L.] Oral History, 1968, 1971. Interview and talk by Ernst re his banned book collection. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 118).
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. Everson, William. One letter (ALS) to David Magee, re Everson’s book A Privacy of Speech. Berkeley, [ca. 5 July 1949]. (SC 102).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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.
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. [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).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. [Ginsberg, Allen]. Orlovsky [Peter] Papers, ca. 1958-1985. (Mss 221).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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], Astrœa: 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].
  • [Literature]. Holmes, Oliver Wendell (1809-1894). One signed holograph poem.  Beverly Farms, Massachusetts, 27 Sept. 1879. (SC 143).
  • [Literature]. Holmes, Oliver Wendell. One letter (ALS) and one signed holograph poem, "Under the Violets," for bereaved parent. Boston, 19 Jan. 1880. (SC 142).
  • [Literature]. Holt [Dennis] Collection, ca. 1978-1980. Poetry and ephemera by Holt, sent to Philip Whalen. (SC 145).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. Howells, William Dean (1837-1920). One letter (ALS) to Mrs. [?] Kahn, including lines from his poem “The Thorn.” Boston, 11 Jan. 1880. (SC 149).
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. Howells, William Dean. One note (AN), declining invitation. 19 Mar. 1892. (Wyles SC 397).
  • [Literature]. 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.
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. 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 Galilœer (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].
  • [Literature]. Ingelow, Jean (1820-1897). One holograph poem by English poet and novelist Ingelow, n.d. (SC 157).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. Isherwood, Christopher. One signed b/w portrait photo and one b/w photo of a line drawing of Isherwood, 1965-1966. (SC 726).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. Jeffers [Robinson] Collection. Extensive collection of printed works by Jeffers, including first, inscribed, and fine press editions. Manuscript materials are listed separately.
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. Jeffers [Robinson] Photographs, ca. 1920s. Collection of nine b/w photos, some at Tor House and some inscribed to Harry Taylor. (SC 727).
  • [Literature]. 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
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. Keats, John (1795-1821). English poet. Holdings include Endymion: A Poetic Romance (1818) [Spec PR4834.E5 1818], The Poetical Works of John Keats (1858) [Spec PR4830.E58], the three-volume set The Letters and Poems of John Keats (1883) [Printers Z239.D56 K4], Odes, Sonnets, and La Belle Dame Sans Merci (1906) [Printers Z239.2.B22 K4], Autobiography of John Keats (1933) [Spec PR4836.A4 1933], and John Keats’s Anatomical and Physiological Note Book (1934) [Spec PR4834.A68 1934]. Facsimile edition of Keats’s manuscript of Hyperion (1905) [Spec PR4834.H9 1905]. Fine press editions of Isabella, or, The Pot of Basil (1907) by T.N. Foulis [Printers Z239.2.F66 K438 1907], Two Odes (1926) by the Grabhorn Press [Printers Z239.G7 K45 1926], The Odes of Keats and Shelley (1939) by Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 K42 1939], and Endymion: A Poetic Romance (1947) by the Golden Cockerel Press [Printers Z239.2.G58 K428 vault].
  • [Literature]. Kerrigan [Thomas] / Hierophant Papers, ca. 1964-1973 [bulk dates 1969-1972]. Correspondence and manuscripts (poetry and prose) submitted to Thomas Kerrigan, attorney, poet, and editor of Hierophant (a Los Angeles magazine of new poetry and fiction). Correspondents/contributors include Douglas Blazek, Charles Bukowski, Robert Creeley, Thom Gunn, and Lee Mallory. (Mss 56).
  • [Literature]. Kipling, Rudyard (1865-1936). English writer, born in India, and Nobel laureate. Holdings include Plain Tales from the Hills (1888) [Spec PR4854.P3 1888], In Black and White (1888) [Spec PR4854.I46], The Story of the Gadsbys (1888) [Spec PR4854.S8], The Phantom ‘Rickshaw (1888) [Spec PR4854.P45 1888b], Soldiers Three (1888) [Spec PR4854.S6 1888], Wee Willie Winkie (1888) [Spec PR4854.W4 1888], The Courting of Dinah Shadd (1890) [Spec PR4854.C6], Departmental Ditties and Other Verses (1890) [Spec PR4854.D6 1890], Mine Own People (1891) [Spec PR4854.M5], Life’s Handicap (1891) [Spec PR4854.L48 1891], The Light That Failed (1891) [Spec PR4854.L5 1891], Letters of Marque (1891) [Spec PR4854.L4], The City of Dreadful Night (1891) [Spec PR4854.C54], The Jungle Book (1894) [Spec PR4854.J78], Soldier Tales (1896) [Spec PR4854.S58], The Seven Seas (1896) [Spec PR4854.S3 1896], Captains Courageous (1897) [Spec PR4854.C3 1897], Mandalay (1899) [Spec PR4854.M2 1899], Black Jack (1899) [Spec PR4854.B73], Poems (1899) [Spec PR4851 1899], Kim (1901) [Spec PR4854.K5 1901], Just So Stories for Little Children (1902) [Spec PR4854.J833], Barrack-Room Ballads (1904) [Spec PS4854.B5 1904], The Army of a Dream (1905) [Spec PR4854.A68 1905], A Song of the English (1909) [Spec PR4854.S53 1909], Abaft the Funnel (1909) [Spec PR4854.A18], With the Night Mail (1909) [Spec PR4854.W55], Actions and Reactions (1909) [Spec PR4854.A2 1909], The Dead King (1910) [Spec PR4854.D36], The Secret Bargain and the Ulster Plot (1914) [Spec PR4854.S38], Rudyard Kipling with the British Fleet (1915) [Spec PR4854.R8], A Diversity of Creatures (1917) [Spec PR4854.D85], The Eyes of Asia (1918) [Spec PR4854.E9 1918], In the Interests of the Brethren (1918) [Spec PR4854.I48], The Years Between (1919) [Spec PR4854.Y4 vault], Land and Sea Tales for Scouts and Guides (1923) [Spec PR4854.L3], Sea and Sussex (1926) [Spec PR4854.S35 vault], Songs of the Sea (1927) [Spec PR4854.S68 vault], Thy Servant a Dog (1930) [Spec PR4854.T52 1930], and Something of Myself (1937) [Spec PR4856.A4 1937c]. Fine press editions of On Dry-Cow Fishing as a Fine Art (1926) by the Rowfant Club [Printers Z239.R58 K5], Barrack-Room Ballads and Departmental Ditties (1934) by Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 K5], Rudyard Kipling’s Letters from San Francisco (1949) by Colt Press [Printers Z239.G7 K56 1949], Recessional Hymn (1950) by the Hammer Creek Press [Printers Z239.H216 K56 1950], The Jungle Books (1968) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PR4854.J8 1968], Twenty-One Tales (1972) by the Folio Society [Spec PR4852.W54 1974], Tales of East and West (1973) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PR4852.B47 1973], The Neolithic Adventures of Taffi-Mai Metallu-Mai (1997) by the Beiler Press [Printers Z239.B3326 K57 1997], and With the Night Mail (1998) by the Arion Press [Printers Z239.A726 K57 1998]. Additionally, several of Kipling’s works have been recorded on 78 rpm records, such as The Elephant’s Child (1920) [PA Bluebird BC-15].
  • [Literature]. Knight [Arthur and Kit] Beat Collection, ca. 1971-1984. Manuscript material, photographs, magazines, booklets and ephemera relating to the Beats and Beat history. Most of the items in the collection are publications on the Beat generation, issued and edited by the Knights. (Mss 205).
  • [Literature]. Lambert [Eric] Papers, ca. 1960s. Carbon typescript manuscript drafts of several of British author Lambert’s works, many with extensive handwritten corrections and revisions. (Mss 62).
  • [Literature]. Landau [Rom] Collection, 1899-1965. Primarily correspondence laid in books of Landau’s, which were purchased by UCSB in 1967. Correspondents include Elisabeth Bowen, Noel Coward, Robert Anthony Eden, T. S. Eliot, E. M. Forster, John Galsworthy, John Maynard Keynes, Cecil Day Lewis, Eleanor Roosevelt, George Bernard Shaw, Stephen Spender, Adali Stevenson, Arnold Toynbee, Hugh Walpole, Ganna Walska, Rebecca West, and Virginia Woolf. Much of the correspondence consists of letters of appreciation for books sent by Landau, but some is more substantive and relates to literary and contemporary political issues. (Mss 63).
  • [Literature]. Larcom (Lucy) Collection, ca. 1846-1893. Photographs, correspondence, cards, and clippings relating to Larcom (1824-1893), a Massachusetts poet, storywriter, essayist, abolitionist, and friend of John Greenleaf Whittier. (SC 169).
  • [Literature]. Lear, Edward (1812-1888). English poet and artist. Holdings include Journals of a Landscape Painter in Southern Calabria (1852) [Spec DG975.C15 L4], Nonsense Books (1888) [Spec PR4879.L2 N45 1888], The Pelican Chorus (1910) [Spec PR4879.L2 P4 1910], Lear’s Corfu (1965) [Spec PR4879.L2 Z534], The Jumblies (1968) with illustrations by Edward Gorey [Spec PR4879.L2 J8 1968], Rhymes of Nonsense: An Alphabet (1968) [Spec PR4879.L2 R48 1968], and The Cretan Journal (1984) [Spec PR4879.L2 Z464 1984]. Fine press editions of Edward Lear’s Nonsense Songs and Laughable Lyrics (1935) by the Peter Pauper Press [Spec PR4879.L2 N64 and Printers Z239.P4 L5], the broadside The Owl and the Pussycat (1969) by Noel Young and Graham Mackintosh [Printers Z478.86.Y68 L43 1969], Edward Lear: A Portfolio of Letterpress Prints (1970) by Capricorn Press [Printers Z478.86.C367 L43 1970], Nonsense Alphabet (1972) by the Rose Valley Press [Printers Z239.R619 L42 1972], and A Lear Song: The Broom, the Shovel, the Poker, and the Tongs (1977) by the Four Winds Press [Printers Z239.F626 L43].
  • [Literature]. L’Estrange, Roger (1616-1704). English pamphleteer and civil servant. Holdings include Tyranny and Popery Lording It Over the Consciences, Lives, Liberties, and Estates Both of King and People (1678) [Spec BX1763.L478 1678], L’Estrange’s Case in a Civil Dialogue Betwixt ‘Zekiel and Ephraim (1680) [Spec DA432 1680.L35], Considerations Upon a Printed Sheet (1683) [Spec DA432 1683.L5], and Two Cases Submitted to Consideration (1709) [Spec DA432 1709.L478].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. Levertov, Denise. One letter (ALS) to Dave [?], re an interview he conducted with her and her impressions of L.A. New York, n.d. (SC 174).
  • [Literature]. Locke, John (1632-1704). English philosopher. Holdings include early editions of The Reasonableness of Christianity (1695) [Spec BR120.L6 1695] and A Second Vindication of the Reasonableness of Christianity (1697) [Spec BR120.L622 1697], An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1731) [Spec B1290 1731], and Letters Concerning Toleration (1765) [Spec BR1610.L82].
  • [Literature]. Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth (1807-1882). American poet. Holdings include Saggi de’ Novellieri Italiani (1832) in Italian [Spec PQ4254.L6], The Poets and Poetry of Europe (1845) [Spec PS2273.Z9 P6], Kavanagh (1849) [Spec PS2273.K3], The Golden Legend (1851) [Spec PS2260.A1 1851], Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie (1854) [Spec PS2263.A1 1854], The Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1856) part of the “Books Lincoln Read” collection [Wyles E457.21.L51 L6], The Courtship of Miles Standish (1858) [Spec PS2262.A1 1858a], Tales of a Wayside Inn (1863) [Spec PS2269.A1 1863], Household Poems (1865) [Spec PS2271.H69 1865], Flower-de-Luce (1867) [Spec PS2271.F5 1867], The New England Tragedies (1868) [Spec PS2261.A1 1868], The Divine Tragedy (1871) [Spec PS2259.A1 1871], Aftermath (1873) [Spec PS2271.A5 1873], The Hanging of the Crane (1874) [Spec PS2264.A1 1874], The Masque of Pandora (1875) [Spec PS2271.M3 1875a], Kéramos (1878) [Spec PS2271.K4 1878], The Longfellow Birthday-Book (1881) [Spec PS2253.R6], Michael Angelo (1884) [Spec PS2271.M5 1884], and Nuremberg (1887) [Spec PS2271.N8 1887]. Fine press editions of Evangeline (1897) [Printers Z239.R54 L63] and The Hanging of the Crane (1907) [Printers Z239.R54 L64], both by the Riverside Press; The Building of the Ship (1907) by Paul Elder and Company [Printers Z239.E4 L66 1907]; The Golden Legend (1910) by Hodder & Stoughton [Spec PS2260.A1 1910]; The Three Kings (1922) by William Edwin Rudge [Printers Z239.R8 L65]; Six Sonnets (1925) [Printers Z239.N3 L67 1925] and Christmas Bells (1931) [Printers Z239.N3 L66 1931], both by John Henry Nash; The Leap of Roushan Beg (1931) by William Edwin Rudge [Printers Z239.R8 L647]; and The Poems of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1944) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS2252.U5 1944].
  • [Literature]. Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. One check, signed on back by Longfellow, 25 June 1877, and one note (AN), not in Longfellow’s hand, commenting on prior lecture, 6 Jan. 1882. (SC 177).
  • [Literature]. Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. One signed holograph poem, 24 Sept. 1879, accompanying one note (ANS), 24 Jan. 1880. (SC 178).
  • [Literature]. Lynds [Dennis] Papers, ca. 1947-2005. Correspondence, manuscript drafts, and research files of Santa Barbara mystery writer Lynds. (SBHC Mss 59).
  • [Literature]. Lynds [Gayle] Papers, ca. 1970s-2005. Drafts of manuscripts, research files, publicity, photographs, and other materials of Santa Barbara suspense/thriller writer Lynds (formerly Gayle Stone). (Mss 230).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. Marlowe, Christopher (1564-1593). English playwright. Holdings include fine press editions of Edward the Second (1929) by Aquila Press [Printers Z239.2.A674 M375 1929], The Tragicall History of Doctor Faustus (1932) by the Chiswick Press [Printers Z239.2.C36 M374 1932], and Hero and Leander (1934) by Van Rees Press [Printers Z239.V34 M37 1934].
  • [Literature]. Martin [John K.] Collection. Extensive collection of printed works, predominantly first editions of British and American fictional and dramatic writers, and contemporary poetry (almost solely American), including several hundred presentation items from the authors to Martin. Also, a related manuscript collection, with material relating to Robert Duncan, Henry Miller, and Tennessee Williams, as well as correspondence to John Martin from Ted Berrigan, Frank O’Connor, Miriam Patchen, Jon Webb, and Emil White (friend of Henry Miller’s at Big Sur). (Mss 145).
  • [Literature]. Marvell, Andrew (1621-1678). English poet and politician. Holdings include the pamphlet Mr. Smirke, or, The Divine in Mode (1676) [Spec BV646.M37 1676]. Fine press editions of his poems by the Peter Pauper Press (1942) [Printers Z239.P4 M36] and the Folio Society (1964) [Printers Z239.2.F57 M37], and also an artist’s book edition of To His Coy Mistress (1989) by David Drum [Printers Z239.B876 M37 1989].
  • [Literature]. [Maugham, W. Somerset]. Toole-Stott [Raymond] / W. Somerset Maugham Collection, 1904-1974. Some correspondence to and from Maugham, but mainly research files and drafts of Toole-Stott’s bibliographies on Maugham’s writings. Also, nearly 300 first and signed editions of Maugham’s works. (Mss 143).
  • [Literature]. Maugham [W. Somerset] Correspondence, ca. 1954-1958. Four letters (TLS) and one letter (ALS) to Laurence Brander, re his biography, Maugham’s Then and Now, and other matters. Villa Mauresque, 1954-1958, n.d. Also one picture postcard, portrait of Maugham. (SC 199).
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. Melville, Herman (1819-1891). American novelist. Holdings include Typee (1846) [Spec PS2384.T8 1846b], Omoo: A Narrative of Adventures in the South Seas (1847) [Spec PS2384.O6 1847b], Redburn (1850) [Spec PS2384.R4 1850 vault], Battle-Pieces and Aspects of the War (1866) [Wyles PS2384.B3 1866], the 12-volume set The Works of Herman Melville (1922) [Spec PS2380.F22], The Piazza Tales (1929) [Spec PS2384.P4 1929], and On the Slain Collegians (1971) [Spec PS2382.F7 and Printers Z276.5.M44]. Fine press editions of Benito Cereno by the Nonesuch Press (1926) [Printers Z239.2.N6 M44] and the Imprint Society (1972) [Spec PS2384.B4]; Journal Up the Straits (1935) by Pynson Printers [Printers Z239.P89 M45 1935]; Typee (1935) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS2384.T8 1935]; The Encantadas by Grabhorn Press (1940) [Spec PS2384.E6 1940 and Printers Z239.G7 M38] and the Gehenna Press (1963) [Printers Z239.G38 M45 1963 vault]; Moby Dick by the Limited Editions Club (1934) [Spec PS2384.M6 1943], the Folio Society (1974) [Spec PS2384.M6 1974], and Arion Press (1981) [Spec PS2384.M6 1981b]; Billy Budd / Benito Cereno (1965) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS2384.B5 1965]; Cetology (1973) by Red Angel Press [Printers Z239.R42 M44 vault]; John Marr (1980) by the Menhaden Press [Spec PS2384.J62 1980], Rock Rodondo (1981) by Red Angel Press [Printers Z239.R42 M45 1981], and Selected Poems (1995) by Arion Press [Printers Z239.A726 M45 1995].
  • [Literature]. Mendez [Miguel] Papers. Original literary manuscripts and essays, correspondence files, photographs, an unpublished novel, ephemera, audio-tapes, and files related to the literary magazine he directed at Pima College, of Mendez, one of the leading writers in the field of Chicano literature. (Mss 239).
  • [Literature]. Miller [Arthur] / After the Fall Collection, ca. 1963-1964. Files of the printer/typographer Milton B. Glick, who designed the dust jacket for the 1964 Viking Press edition of After the Fall. Included are galley proofs, page proofs, sample pages, mockups, business correspondence, and other material relating to the Viking Press publication. (Mss 80).
  • [Literature]. [Miller, Henry]. Corle [Jean and Edwin] Correspondence, 1945-1951, 1981. Six letters (TLS) from correspondents including Witter Bynner, Joseph Henry Jackson, Henry Miller, Charles Nordhoff, and Wallace Stegner. The April 7, 1947 Miller letter, mainly concerning his book Into the Night Life, is to Merle Armitage, who added a note and forwarded it to the Corles. (SC 867).
  • [Literature]. [Miller, Henry]. 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).
  • [Literature]. [Miller, Henry]. Peatman [Philip] / Henry Miller Collection, 1926-1980. Correspondence, articles, photographs, advertising brochures, sound recordings, and other material by and related to Henry Miller, and collected by Philip D. and Sylvia Peatman. Part of a larger collection of printed works, which have been cataloged separately. (Mss 29).
  • [Literature]. Miller [Henry] / Corle [Edwin] Correspondence, 1947-1954. Two ALS, one TLS, and two ANS (postcards) from Miller, while at Big Sur, to Corle. (SC 814).
  • [Literature]. Miller [Henry] / Martin [John] Correspondence, 1978-1984. 13 letters (ALS) to John Martin, mainly about Black Sparrow publishing his work, 1978-1979. Also, two holiday greeting cards, with Miller poem, from Capra Press to Martin, 1981, 1984. (SC 203).
  • [Literature]. Milton, John (1608-1674). English poet and essayist. Holdings include early editions of The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce (1644) [Spec PR3570.D6 1644 vault], Tetrachordon (1645) [Spec PR3570.T4 1645], The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates (1649) [Spec JC392.D4 M5], a first edition of Paradise Regain’d (1671) including “Samson Agonistes” [Spec PR3563 1671b], Poems, &c. Upon Several Occasions (1673) [Spec PR3552.A15 1673], and an early edition of Paradise Lost (1688) including Paradise Regain’d and “Samson Agonistes” [Spec PR3560 1688]. Also, Le Paradis Perdu (1792) in French [Spec PR3561.F5 D8 1792 vault]; the six-volume set The Poetical Works of John Milton (1801) [Spec PR3551.T7 1801]; and The Complete Poetical Works of John Milton (1852), part of the “Books Lincoln Read” collection [Wyles E457.21.L51 M5]. Fine press editions of Paradise Lost by the Cresset Press (1931) [Printers Z239.2.C7 M5] and the Arion Press (2002) [Printers Z239.A726 M56 2002 vault]; The Masque of Comus by the Gregynog Press (1931) [Printers Z239.2.G7 M54 vault] and the Limited Editions Club (1954) [Spec PR3557.A1 1954 and Printers Z239.L5 M54 1954]; L’Allegro and Il Penseroso by the Ashlar Press (1932) [Printers Z239.A744 M547 1932 and Printers Z239.A744 M548 1932], the Limited Editions Club (1954) [Spec PR3555.A1 1954], and the Heritage Press (1954) [Printers Z239.H46 M447 1954]; On the Morning of Christ’s Nativity by Pear Tree Press (1930) [Printers Z239.2.P37 M54] and the Golden Hind Press (1933) [Printers Z239.G65 M54 1933]; Poems by the Peter Pauper Press (1947) [Printers Z239.P4 M55 1947]; and Areopagitica by the Rampant Lions Press (1973) [Printers Z239.2.R3 M54].
  • [Literature]. [Morley, Christopher]. Bason (Robert E.) Collection of Christopher Morley, 1912-1997. Printed and manuscript materials including uncataloged printed pamphlets, catalogs, and ephemera, as well as some correspondence of Christopher Morley, American journalist, novelist, and poet. Accompanies an extensive collection of Morley first editions. (Mss 165).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. Morris, William (1834-1896). English poet and designer, founder of the Kelmscott Press. Holdings include Love is Enough (1873) [Spec PR5078.L5 1873b], The Defence of Guenevere (1875) [Spec PR5078.D4 1875], the 3-volume set The Earthly Paradise (1878) [Spec PR5075.A1 1878], A Dream of John Ball, and, A King’s Lesson (1888) [Spec PR5079.D8 1888], Signs of Change (1888) [Spec HX246.M83 1888], A Tale of the House of the Wolfings (1889) [Spec PR5079.T3 1889], Gothic Architecture (1893) [Printers Z239.2.K44 M67], Letters on Socialism (1894) [Printers Z232.M87 A4 1894], The Water of the Wondrous Isles (1897) [Spec PR5079.W3], Art and the Beauty of the Earth (1898) [Printers Z239.2.C36 M635 1898], Some Hints on Pattern-Designing (1899) [Printers Z239.2.C36 M685], Pre-Raphaelite Ballads (1900) [Printers Z276.5.M67], The Roots of the Mountains (1901) [Printers Z239.2.C36 M683], Architecture, Industry, and Wealth (1902) [Printers Z239.2.C36 M633], The Art of the People (1902) [Printers Z239.M25 M67], The Hollow Land (1903) [Printers Z239.2.C36 M674], Pygmalion and the Image (1903) [Spec PR5075.A2 P6 and Printers Z1023.M872 1903], and A Note by William Morris on His Aims in Founding the Kelmscott Press (1969) [Printers Z232.M87 A3]. Fine press editions of The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs (1898) by the Kelmscott Press [Printers Z239.2.K44 M68 1898], The Pilgrims of Hope (1901) by Thomas B. Mosher [Printers Z239.M64 M6], Sir Galahad: A Christmas Mystery by the Elston Press (1902) [Printers Z239.E47 M67 1902] and Blue Sky Press (1904) [Printers Z239.B44 M67 1904], The Defence of Guenevere (1904) by De La More Press [Printers Z239.2.D4 M6], The Ideal Book (1931) by the Limited Editions Club [Printers Z239.L5 M67 1931], Christmas Eve at the Blue Closet (1950) by Golden Eagle Press [Printers Z239.G648 M67], The Story of Cupid and Psyche (1974) by Clover Hill Editions [Printers Z239.2.R3 M588 vault], and Four Letters from William Morris (1984) by the Arion Press [Printers Z239.A726 M67 1984]. See also The Introductions to the Collected Works of William Morris (1973) by his daughter May Morris [Printers Z232.M87 M68] and The William Morris Society Newsletter (1993-current) [Printers Z232.M87 N494].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. Nabokov [Vladimir] Collection, 1966-1987. Correspondence, drafts and proofs for Pale Fire (Russian translation), Perepisksa s sestroi, and Pnin, publisher files, and issues of magazines, journals, and newspapers containing articles by Nabokov. (Mss 86).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. Nyholm [Jens and Amy] Collection. Includes correspondence, records, and newsletters, as well as family photographs, financial records, and thesis of Jens Nyholm, Chairman of the UCSB Library Friends and a book collector. Accompanies a collection of books, mainly European literature. (Mss 89).
  • [Literature]. Olsen [Don] / Ox Head Press Collection, 1967-2003. The collection includes limited edition material by Robert Bly, Ralph Waldo Emerson, John Keats, Ursula K. LeGuin, Pablo Neruda (tr. by Olsen), Percy Bysshe Shelley, and Walt Whitman. (Printers Mss 65).
  • [Literature]. Optic, Oliver (1822-1897) [pseudonym of William Taylor Adams]. American novelist. Holdings include The Soldier Boy (1863) [Wyles PZ5.A3 S64], Brave Old Salt (1866) [Spec PS1006.A5 B73 1866], Dikes and Ditches (1868) [Spec PS1006.A5 D5], Our Standard-Bearer, or, The Life of General Ulysses S. Grant (1868) [Wyles E672.O67 1868], Bivouac and Battle (1871) [Wyles PZ5.A3 B5], Within the Enemy’s Lines (1889) [Wyles PZ5.A3 W5], On the Blockade (1890) [Wyles PZ5.A3 O5], Stand by the Union (1891) [Wyles PZ5.A3 S7], Fighting for the Right (1892) [Wyles PZ5.A3 F5], The Yankee Middy (1892) [Wyles PZ5.A3 Y35], A Victorious Union (1893) [Wyles PZ5.A3 V5], Brother Against Brother (1894) [Wyles PZ5.A3 B7], A Lieutenant at Eighteen (1895) [Wyles PZ5.A3 L5], At the Front (1897) [Wyles PZ5.A3 A7], and An Undivided Union (1899) [Wyles PZ5.A3 U5].
  • [Literature]. Peattie [Donald Culross and Louise Redfield] Papers, 1912-1984. Correspondence, financial records, lectures and talks, notebooks, photographs, project and research files, scrapbooks, writings, and other materials mainly pertaining to naturalist, author, and editor Donald Culross Peattie, along with some similar materials for poet and novelist Louise Redfield Peattie. Also includes some biographical and personal files of the Peatties, who lived for many years in Santa Barbara. (Mss 94).
  • [Literature]. Pepys, Samuel (1633-1703). English naval administrator and diarist. Holdings include fine press editions of his diary by Three Sirens Press (1932) [Spec DA447.P4 A4 1932b], a ten-volume set by the Limited Editions Club (1942) [Spec DA447.P4 A4 1942 and Printers Z239.L5 P4], and Three Merry Christmases from the Diary of Samuel Pepys (1972) by the Hart Press [Printers Z239.H256 P46]. See also Bibliotheca Pepysiana (1914) [Printers Z921.C192 P45], and Samuel Pepys, Esquire (1970) by Richard W. Barber [Spec DA447.P4 B3].
  • [Literature]. Pepys, Samuel. One printed document with signed inscription, re oath of allegiance to King Charles, 1661, together with one letter (ALS) from the Department of Manuscripts, British Museum, verifying its authenticity, 1933. Also, one document (ADS), re naming of clerks and discharge of duties, 1686. (SC 237).
  • [Literature]. Philips, Katherine Fowler (1631-1664). English poet. Holdings include an early edition of her Poems (1667) [Spec PR3619.P4 A17 1667].
  • [Literature]. Poe, Edgar Allan (1809-1849). American writer and editor. Holdings include the two-volume set The Works of the Late Edgar Allan Poe (1850) [Spec PS2600.E50 1850], The Bells (1881) [Spec PS2607.A1 1881], Poems (1884) [Spec PS2605.A1 1884], Politan: An Unfinished Tragedy (1923) [Spec PS2611.P7 1923], Doings of Gotham (1929) [Spec PS2619.A1 1929], and Al Aaraaf (1933) [Spec PS2611.A4 1933a]. Fine press editions of The Poems of Edgar Allan Poe by the Laurentian Press (1901) [Printers Z239.L35 P63], Spiral Press (1929) [Printers Z239.S67 P63], and the Limited Editions Club (1943) [Spec PS2605.A1 1943]; Some Poems (1901) by the Pear Tree Press [Printers Z239.2.P37 P64]; The Raven by Paul Elder & Company (1907) [Printers Z239.T62 P64 1907], Marlborough College Press (1944) [Printers Z239.2.M34 P63], and Cheloniidae Press (1980) [Printers Z239.C464 P64 1980 vault]; The Bells (1912) with illustrations by Edmund Dulac [Printers Z276.5.P62]; A Descent Into the Maelstrõm (1920) by Devambez [Printers Z257.P583 1920]; Manuscrit Trouvé dans une Bouteille (1921) by éditions René Kieffer [Spec PS2618.M25 F7 1921]; Tamerlane (1923) by John Henry Nash [Printers Z239.N3 P63]; The Fall of the House of Usher by Cheshire House (1931) [Printers Z239.C48 P63] and the Limited Editions Club (1985) [Spec PS2614.A1 1985]; Tales of Mystery and Imagination by the Tudor Publishing Company (1933) [Spec PS2612.A1 1933] and Heritage Press (1941) [Spec PS2612.A1 1941b]; Quatre Histoires Extraordinaires (1944) by éditions Lumière [Spec PS2612.B3]; Anastatic Printing (1946) by the Silver Quoin Press [Printers Z252.5.I5 P63]; The Journal of Julius Rodman (1947) by the Colt Press [Printers Z239.G7 P59]; Trois Histoires Extraordinaires (1966) by Les Peintrés du Livre [Spec PS2604.F5 B3 1966]; The Black Cat (1971) by the Weather Bird Press [Printers Z239.W429 P64 1971]; The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym (1973) by David R. Godine [Printers Z239.G56 P63]; and Eureka (1991) by Arion Press [Printers Z239.A726 P63 1991]. Additionally, The Raven (1933), set to music by Arcady Dubensky, has been recorded on 78 rpm records [PA Victor 2000/2001].
  • [Literature]. Pound, Ezra. One typescript manuscript, “Firdusi: Complaint of his Old Age,” translated by Basil Bunting and with holograph notes by Ezra Pound and Louis Zukospskyl, ca. 1932. (SC 596).
  • [Literature]. Pound, Ezra. One typescript manuscript signed, with holograph annotations, “HAFIZ: Ghazal,” a literal translation between the couplets, n.d. (SC 600).
  • [Literature]. Pound, Ezra. Three letters, from various sources, ca. 1930-1947. (SC 597-599).
  • [Literature]. Pound [Ezra] / Schneider [Elisabeth W.] Correspondence, 1952-1958. Letters between Pound and literature professor Schneider, initially trading literary recommendations, and later becoming more contentious on Pound’s part. Pound’s letters, written in a style Schneider described as “deliberately incoherent,” were peppered with jabs against the publishing industry and institutions of higher learning. Their correspondence ended a week after Pound was discharged from St. Elizabeth’s Hospital. (Mss 114).
  • [Literature]. Pound [Ezra] / Theobald [John Richmond] Correspondence, ca. 1957-1977 [bulk dates 1957-1958]. Letters between Ezra Pound and John Richmond Theobald, a teacher who was preparing a poetry textbook and was seeking input from living poets to be included. Also, a brief essay by Theobald describing the experience. (Mss 99).
  • [Literature]. Pushkin, Alexander Sergeyevich (1799-1837). Russian poet. Holdings include fine press editions of The Golden Cockerel by C.W. Beaumont (1918) [Printers Z276.5.P885 1918] and the Limited Editions Club (1950) [Printers Z239.L5 P88 1950], Gabriel (1929) illustrated by Rockwell Kent [Printers Z239.S7 P88 1929], Boris Godunov (1985) by Sixth Chamber Press [Printers Z239.2.R3 P88 1985], Four Stories (1987) by the Allen Press [Printers Z239.A46 P88 1987 vault], and Arion (2002) by the Arion Press [Printers Z239.A726 P88 2002]. Additionally, several of Pushkin’s works have been set to music and recorded on 78 rpm records, such as I Love You, Olga! [PA ARVM-16542].
  • [Literature]. Quiller-Couch, Arthur Thomas (1863-1944). English poet, scholar, and novelist. Holdings include The Splendid Spur (1889) [Spec PR5194.S6 1889], The Blue Pavilions (1891) [Spec PR5194.B5 1891], Fairy Tales Far and Near (1895) [Spec PR5194.F3 1895], Ia (1896) [Spec PR5194.I2 1896], The White Wolf (1902) [Spec PR5194.W56 1902], Shining Ferry (1905) [Spec PR5194.S46 1905], In Powder and Crinoline (1913) [Spec PR5194.I53 1913], Nicky-Nan, the Reservist (1915) [Spec PR5194.N5 1915], and Foe-Farrell (1918) [Spec PR5194.F6 1918]. Additionally, a variety of manuscript items are available in the Isaac Foot Collection [Mss 33].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. Rossetti, Christina (1830-1894). English poet. Holdings include Poems (1866) [Spec PR5237.A1 1866], A Pageant, and Other Poems (1881) [Spec PR5237.P3 1881], Monna Innominata (1899) [Spec PR5237.M6], and The Poetical Works of Christina Georgina Rossetti (1914) [Spec PR5237.A47 1914]. Fine press edition of Poems (1910) with illustrations by Florence Harrison [Spec PR5237.A1 1910a vault]. Additionally, a Rossetti poem has been set to music and sung by Marian Anderson on the 78 rpm recording Lullaby (1947) [PA Victor 10-1260].
  • [Literature]. Ruskin, John (1819-1900). English writer. Holdings include Selections from the Writings of John Ruskin (1862) [Printers Z239.2.S54 R8], The Harbours of England (1895) [Spec PR5261.H37 1895], Fors Clavigera: Letters to the Workmen and Labourers of Great Britain (1901) [Spec HD8390.R925 1871a], and the miniature book Some Sayings from the Works of John Ruskin (1908) [Spec PR5252.D56 1908]. Fine press editions of The King of the Golden River printed by William Edwin Rudge (1930) [Printers Z239.R8 R9 1930 vault] and with illustrations by Arthur Rackham (1932) [Spec PR5256.A1 1932], and The Contemptible Horse (1962) by Adagio Press [Printers Z239.A23 R9].
  • [Literature]. Sand, George (1804-1876) [pseudonym of Armandine Aurore Lucile Dudevant]. French novelist and playwright. Holdings include Consuelo (1846) in English [Spec PQ2400.A3 S53 846b], Légendes Rustiques (1858) [Printers Z257.S263 1858], Fanchon the Cricket (1891) [Spec PQ2411.P4 E5 1891], Little Fadette (1928) [Spec PQ2411.P4 E5 1928], and The Devil’s Pool (1929) [Spec PQ2408.A46 1929].
  • [Literature]. Sanford [John B.] / Smith [Robert W.] Collection, ca. 1982-1991. Mainly correspondence from Sanford to Smith. Also includes typescript drafts of articles by Sanford, and other material about Sanford and his work. (Mss 34).
  • [Literature]. Schmitz (Alfred and Carol) Collection, ca. 1967-2008. Mainly first editions, many signed, of Booker Prize winner and shortlist books, together with related correspondence (mainly Booker authors), publicity, and other ephemera. (Mss 267).
  • [Literature]. Scott, Walter (1771-1831). Scottish novelist and poet. Holdings include Ballads and Lyrical Pieces (1806) [Spec PR5306.B3 1806], Marmion: A Tale of Flodden Field (1810) [Spec PR5311.A1 1810], The Vision of Don Roderick (1811) [Spec PR5313.V5 1811], The Border Antiquities of England and Scotland (1814) [Spec DA880.B72 S3], Guy Mannering (1815) [Spec PR5317.G8 1815], Paul’s Letters to His Kinfolk (1816) [Spec PR5320.P36], Tales of My Landlord (1816) [Spec PR5322.T3 1816], Rob Roy (1818) [Spec PR5322.R6 1818], The Abbot (1820) [Spec PR5317.A2 1820], The Monastery (1820) [Spec PR5320.M6 1820], The Fortunes of Nigel (1822) [Spec PR5317.F6 1822], The Pirate (1822) [Spec PR5320.P5 1822], Peveril of the Peak (1822) [Spec PR5320.P4 1822], Quentin Durward (1823) [Spec PR5321.A1 1823], Redgauntlet (1824) [Spec PR5322.R4 1824], Woodstock (1826) [Spec PR5322.W6 1826], Anne of Geierstein (1829) [Spec PR5317.A6 1829], Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft (1830) [Spec PR5320.L47 1830], Harold the Dauntless (1843) [Spec PR5313.H5 1843], and The Lady of the Lake (1847) [Spec PR5308.A1 1847]. Fine press editions of Wandering Willie’s Tale (1905) by T.N. Foulis [Printers Z239.2.F66 S3673 1905], Ivanhoe (1940) by the Limited Editions Club [Printers Z239.L5 S36 1940], and The Two Drovers (1971) by the Kindle Press [Printers Z239.K43 S3]. See also Scott on Himself: A Selection of the Autobiographical Writings of Sir Walter Scott (1981) [Spec PR5334.A2 1981]. Additionally, Scott’s poems have been recorded on phonograph cylinders, such as Bonnie Dundee [PA Cylinder 0082], and 78 rpm records, including They Bid Me Sleep [PA ARVM-14590].
  • [Literature]. [Scott, Walter]. “Lines on the Death of Sir Walter Scott.” Printed poem, Hampstead, Nov. 1832. (SC 1111).
  • [Literature]. Shakespeare, William (1564-1616). English playwright and poet. Holdings include the fourth folio edition of 1685 [Spec PR2751.A4 vault]; Alexander Pope’s edition of The Works of Shakespear (1728) [Spec PR2752.P7 1728]; Samuel Johnson’s edition of The Plays of William Shakespeare in Eight Volumes (1765) [Spec PR2752.J7 1765]; George Steevens’ nine-volume set The Dramatic Works of Shakespeare (1802) [Spec PR2753.S8 1802]; The Shakesperian Diary and Almanack (1869) [Spec PR2771.S5]; Roméo et Juliette: Tragédie en Cinq Actes (1875) in French [Spec PQ1983.F743 R58 1782]; the 40-volume Edinburgh Folio of The Works of Shakespeare (1901) [Spec PR2753.H46 1901]; the 38-volume Limited Editions Club set of The Comedies, Histories & Tragedies of William Shakespeare (1939) [Printers Z239.L5 S47]; and Shakespeare Psychiatry (1944) [Printers Z239.S5 S5]. Facsimile editions of a 1602 printing of The Merry Wives of Windsor [Spec PR2750.B26], The First Folio of Shakespeare from 1623 (1968) [Spec PR2751.A15 1968], The Second Folio of 1632 (1987) [Spec PR2751.A25 1987], and The Complete King Lear, 1608-1623 (1989) featuring parallel text from multiple early sources. Fine press editions include Romeo and Juliet by Duprat & Co. (1892) [Spec PR2831.A2 S7], the Heritage Club (1937) [Printers Z239.W37 S53 1937], and the Allen Press (1988) [Printers Z239.A46 S53 1988]; A Midsummer Night’s Dream by Aldine House Press (1895) [Spec PR2827.A2 G6 1895b and Printers Z276.5.S494 1895] and by the Grabhorn Press (1955) [Printers Z239.G7 S49 1955]; the tercentenary edition of Shakespeare’s Sonnets (1909) by Doves Press [Printers Z239.2.D65 S52 vault]; The Sonnets of William Shakespeare by Riccardi Press (1913) [Printers Z239.2.R45 S534 1913], the Peter Pauper Press (1936) [Printers Z239.P4 S4], and by Plantin Press (1974) [Printers Z239.P53 S488]; Hamlet, Prince of Denmark (1922) [Printers Z257.S429 1922] and As You Like It (1930) [Spec PR2803.A2 H3 1930 vault], both with Art Nouveau illustrations by John Austen; The Phoenix and the Turtle (1938) by Pear Tree Press [Printers Z239.2.P37 S52]; The Poems of Shakespeare (1939) by the Overbrook Press [Printers Z239.O8 S53 1939 vault]; The Master Mistris (1946) by the Golden Eagle Press [Spec PR2848.A2 M37 1946 and Printers Z239.G648 S55 1946]; An Exhortation to Marriage (1946) also by the Golden Eagle Press [Printers Z239.G648 S53];  several proof sheets for the Peter Pauper Press edition of The Tragedy of Hamlet (c.1950) with illustrations by Valenti Angelo [Printers Z239.P4 S434 1950 vault]; Shake-Speares Sonnets (1956) by the Anvil Press [Spec PR2848.A1 1956 vault]; The Poems of William Shakespeare (1958) by the Heritage Press [Printers Z239.H46 S53]; The Tragedie of Anthonie and Cleopatra by the Grabhorn Press (1960) [Printers Z239.G7 S437 1960 vault] and by the Circle Press (1979) [Printers Z239.2.C372 S53 1979]; The Taming of the Shrew (1967) by Grabhorn-Hoyem [Spec PR2832.A2 W77 1967]; Of Imagination All Compact (1971) by Grabhorn-Hoyem [Printers Z239.G71 S53 1971]; King Lear by the Circle Press (1973) [Spec PR2819.A2 K45] and Theodore Press (1986) [Printers Z239.J35 S535 1986 vault]; Songs from Shakespeare’s Plays (1974) by Officina Bodoni [Spec PR2768.D415 vault]; Venus & Adonis (1975) by the Arion Press [Spec PR2845.A1 1975]; and Shakespeare’s Sonnets (1997) by the Arion Press [Printers Z239.A726 S534 1997]. Several of Shakespeare’s poems, as well as scenes from his plays, have served as the basis for 78 RPM records, such as Hamlet: Six Excerpts (1940) performed by Maurice Evans [PA Columbia M651].
  • [Literature]. Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft (1797-1851). English novelist. Holdings include The Last Man (1833) [Spec PR5397.L37 1833] and a fine press edition of Frankenstein, or, The Modern Prometheus (1934) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PR5397.F7 1934]. See also Helen Moore’s Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (1886) [Spec PR5398.M6].
  • [Literature]. Shelley, Percy Bysshe (1792-1822). English poet. Holdings include Alastor, or, The Spirit of Solitude (1816) [Spec PR5407.A1 1816 vault], Prometheus Unbound (1820) [Spec PR5416.A1 1820 vault], Queen Mab (1821) [Spec PR5417 1821 vault], Hellas (1822) [Spec PR5410.A1 1822b], Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) edited by his wife, Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley [Spec PR5402 1824], The Masque of Anarchy (1832) [Spec PR5412.A1 1832 vault], The Shelley Papers (1833) [Spec PR5403.M4], and The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1886) [Spec PR5402 1886]. Fine press editions of Adonais: An Elegy on the Death of John Keats printed by John Henry Nash (1922) [Printers Z239.N3 S49] and the Chiswick Press (1935) [Printers Z239.2.C36 S5], Poems and Lyrics (1943) by Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 S49], Italian Idylls (1968) by the Offcut Press [Spec PR5422.I8 1968], and The Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1974) by the Heritage Press [Spec PR5402 1974].
  • [Literature]. Sidney, Sir Philip (1554-1586). English poet. Holdings include an early edition of The Countesse of Pembroke’s Arcadia (1633) [Spec PR2342.A5 1633]. Fine press editions of Astrophel & Stella published by David Stott (1888) [Spec PR2342.A7 1888] and the Nonesuch Press (1931) [Printers Z239.2.N6 S53 1931], and The Defence of Poesie (1908) by the Merrymount Press [Printers Z239.M44 S54].
  • [Literature]. Sinclair [Upton] Collection, 1933-1934. Clippings, leaflets, broadsides, political pamphlets, and ephemera of the American writer and activist. (Mss 113).
  • [Literature]. Skelton, John (c.1460-1529). English poet and satirist. Holdings include fine press editions of The Tunning of Elynour Rumming by Fanfrolico Press (1928) [Printers Z239.2.F7 S6] and Helen Gentry (1930) [Printers Z239.G385 S54].
  • [Literature]. Snow (Charles H.) Collection, ca. 1930-1967. Typescripts and other materials of the blind California author of hundreds of westerns. Accompanies a large collection of Snow’s printed works, which has been cataloged separately. (Mss 115).
  • [Literature]. Sokolov [Sasha] Collection, ca. 1975-1991. Manuscripts, photographs, and correspondence of the Soviet émigré novelist, poet, and essayist. (Mss 117).
  • [Literature]. Spenser, Edmund (c.1552-1599). English poet. Holdings include a facsimile of the 1579 edition of The Shepheardes Calender (1890) [Spec PR2359.A1 1579b]; fine press editions of Prothalamion: Epithalamion (1902) by Houghton Mifflin [Spec PR2360.P8 1902 and Printers Z239.R54 S6], Daphnaïda and Other Poems (1929) by the Scholartis Press [Spec PR2351.R4], The Shepheardes Calender (1930) by the Cresset Press [Printers Z239.2.C7 S64 vault], On the Brood of Angels (1939) by the Golden Hind Press [Spec PR2360.A52 1939], and The Færie Queene (1953) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PR2358.A3 H3].
  • [Literature]. Sprat, Thomas (1635-1713). English author, founding member of the Royal Society, and Bishop of Rochester. Holdings include The History of the Royal Society of London (1667) [Spec Q41.R8 S7], A Sermon Preached Before the Honourable House of Commons at St. Margarets Westminster, January 30th 1678 (1678) [Spec BX5133.S66 S47 1678], The Bishop of Rochester’s Second Letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Dorset and Middlesex, Lord Chamberlain of His Majesty’s Household (1689) [Spec DA463 1689.S67], and A True Account and Declaration of the Horrid Conspiracy to Assassinate the Late King Charles II at the Rye-House (1696) [Spec DA430.S6].
  • [Literature]. [Steinbeck, John]. Mitchell (Ruth Comfort) Collection, ca. 1879-1961 [bulk dates 1930s-1940s]. Correspondence, typescripts of articles, newspaper clippings, photographs and ephemera of author Ruth Comfort Mitchell, mainly pertaining to her research and writing on the migrant question of the late 1930s, after the publication of The Grapes of Wrath, from the perspective of the area farmers. The collection also contains a number of books, including some by Ruth Comfort Mitchell, which have been cataloged separately. (Mss 84).
  • [Literature]. 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).
  • [Literature]. Stevenson, Robert Louis (1850-1894). Scottish writer. Holdings include An Inland Voyage (1878) [Spec PR5488.I6], Edinburgh: Picturesque Notes (1879) [Spec PR5488.E3], Travels With a Donkey in the Cevennes (1879) [Spec PR5488.T8 1879], Virginibus Puerisque (1881) [Spec PR5488.V5 1881], Treasure Island (1883) [Spec PR5486.A1 1883], More New Arabian Nights (1885) with Fanny Van de Grift Stevenson [Spec PR5484.N6 1885], Prince Otto (1885) [Spec PR5484.P7 1885], Kidnapped (1886) [Spec PR5484.K5 1886], Underwoods [Spec PR5489.U7], Memories and Portraits (1887) [Spec PR5488.M42 1887], The Merry Men (1887) [Spec PR5484.M4 1887], The Black Arrow (1888) [Spec PR5484.B3 1888], The Master of Ballantrae (1889) [Spec PR5484.M2 1889], The Wrong Box [Spec PR5487.W8 1889], Across the Plains (1892) [Spec PR5488.A3 1892a], Catriona (1893) [Spec PR5484.D31], The Ebb-Tide (1894) [Spec PR5484.E3], Vailima Letters (1895) [Spec PR5493.A35], Will o’ the Mill (1895) [Spec PR5487.W5], Weir of Hermiston: An Unfinished Romance (1896) [Spec PR5487.W3], A Mountain Town in France (1897) [Spec PR5488.M6], A Christmas Sermon (1900) [Spec PR5488.C5 1900], Æs Triplex (1901) [Spec PR5488.A5], Prayers Written at Vailima (1904) [Spec PR5488.P75 1904], Tales and Fantasies (1905) [Spec PR5488.T34 1905], A Lowden Sabbath Morn (1909) [Spec PR5489.L6], Lay Morals (1911) [Spec PR5488.L3], Moral Emblems (1921) [Spec PR5489.M6 1921], A Lodging for the Night (1923) [Spec PR5484.L7 1923], The San Francisco of Robert Louis Stevenson (1923) [Spec PR5488.S25 1923], An Apology for Idlers (1951) [Spec PR5488.A7 1951], The Treasure of Franchard (1954) [Spec PR5487.T84 1954], From Scotland to Silverado (1966) [Spec PR5481.H33], and The Bottle Imp (1994) [Printers Z239.T6625 S74 1994]. Fine press editions of Father Damien (1897) [Printers Z239.M64 S738 1897] and Underwoods (1900) [Printers Z239.M64 S75], both printed by Thomas B. Mosher; A Lodging for the Night (1900) by the Philosopher Press [Printers Z239.P44 S74 1900]; Will o’ the Mill (1901) [Printers Z239.R67 S539 1901] and Virginibus Puerisque (1903) [Printers Z239.R67 S537 1903], both by the Roycroft Shop; The Sea Fogs (1907) by Paul Elder and Company [Printers Z239.E4 S8]; Pan’s Pipes (1910) by the Riverside Press [Printers Z239.R54 S76]; The Flight of the Princess (1912) by Thomas B. Mosher [Printers Z239.M64 S74 1912]; Diogenes in London (1920) [Printers Z239.G7 S7] and Diogenes at the Savile Club (1921) [Printers Z239.G7 S69], both by Grabhorn Press; When the Devil Was Well (1921) by the Bibliophile Society [Spec PR5488.W5]; Napa Wine by John Henry Nash (1924) [Printers Z239.N3 S748] and the Cranium Press (1974) [Spec PR5484.N36 1974 and Printers Z239.C73 S74]; Monmouth (1928) by William Edwin Rudge (1928) [Printers Z239.R8 S67]; The Charity Bazaar (1929) by the Georgian Press [Printers Z239.G4 S7]; The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1929) by Random House [Printers Z239.P89 S74]; Kidnapped (1938) [Spec PR5484.K5 1938] and Treasure Island (1941) [Spec PR5486.A1 1941], both by the Limited Editions Club; The Suicide Club (1941) by the Marchbanks Press [Printers Z239.M355 S74]; The Old Pacific Capital (1944) by Colt Press [Spec PR5488.S7 1944]; Across the Plains (1950) by the L-D Allen Press [Printers Z239.A46 S74]; La Porte de Malétroit (1952) [Spec PR5484.S5 1952] and Silverado Journal (1954) [Printers Z239.B54 S75 1954], both by the Book Club of California; A Christmas Sermon (1954) by Grabhorn Press [Printers Z239.G7 S66]; Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes by the Limited Editions Club (1957) [Spec PR5488.T8 1957] and the Folio Society (1972) [Spec PR5488.T8 1972]; The Beach of Falesá (1958) by the Heritage Press [Spec PR5484.B2]; San Francisco: A Modern Cosmopolis (1963) [Printers Z239.B54 S74]; The Amateur Emigrant (1976) by Lewis Osborne [Spec PR5488.A6 1976]; New Arabian Nights (1976) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PR5484.N5 1976]; A Child’s Garden of Verses (1978) by the Press in Tuscany Alley [Spec PR5489.C5 1978]; The Silverado Squatters (1996) by the Arion Press [Printers Z239.A726 S748 1996]; and Prayers Written at Vailima (1999) by the Melville Press [Printers Z239.M3598.S74 1999]. Additionally, an adaptation of Treasure Island (1940), starring Basil Rathbone, has been recorded on 78 rpm records [PA Columbia M-553].
  • [Literature]. Stillingfleet, Edward (1635-1699). English theologian and philosopher. Holdings include Irenicum: A Weapon-Salve for the Churches Wounds (1662) [Spec BV649.S75 1662], The Grand Question (1680) [Spec JN639.S7], The Unreasonableness of Separation (1681) [Spec BX5203.5.S75], Origines Britannicæ (1685) [Spec BR748.S8], and Origines Sacræ (1709) [Spec BS480.S8].
  • [Literature]. Stowe, Harriet Beecher (1811-1896). American writer. Holdings include Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1852) [Spec and Wyles PS2954.U5 1852], also in Spanish (1852) [Wyles PS2954.U5 S7 1852], French (1853) [Spec PS2954.U5 F6 1853b], and Serbian (1854) [Wyles PZ3.S7 U517]; A Key to Uncle Tom’s Cabin: Presenting the Original Facts and Documents Upon Which the Story is Founded (1853) [Wyles E449.S896 1853], also in French (1857) [Wyles E449.S89614 1857]; Dred: A Tale of the Great Dismal Swamp (1856) [Wyles PZ3.S89 D7 1856]; The Minister’s Wooing (1859) [Spec PS2954.M5 1859]; My Wife and I (1871) [Spec PS2954.M9]; House and Home Papers (1872) as Christopher Crowfield [Wyles PS2954.H6 1872]; Palmetto-Leaves (1873) [Wyles F317.S2 S8]; We and Our Neighbors (1875) [Spec PS2954.W35 1875 and Wyles PZ3.S89 W42]; Betty’s Bright Idea (1876) [Wyles PS2954.B4 1876]; The Chimney-Corner (1877) as Christopher Crowfield [Spec PS2954.C5 1877]; Little Pussy Willow (1880) [Spec PS2954.L73 1880]; the 17-volume set The Writings of Harriet Beecher Stowe (1896) [Wyles PS2950.E96]; Uncle Sam’s Emancipation (1960) [Wyles PZ3.S7 U46]; and Collected Poems (1967) [Wyles PS2951.M6]. Fine press edition of Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1938) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec and Wyles PS2954.U5 1938]. See also The Life of Harriet Beecher Stowe (1891) compiled by her son Charles Edward Stowe [Wyles PS2956.A5 1891]. Additionally, a handwritten letter signed by Stowe, dated January 1880, is available [SC 297].
  • [Literature]. Sub-stance Archive, 1970-1996. Manuscript copies of articles and correspondence with authors; also some galley proofs and other business files relating to publication of the journal, a review of theory and literary criticism edited by Sydney Levy, UCSB faculty member, Department of French and Italian. (Mss 158).
  • [Literature]. Sweet [Robert B.] Collection. Large collection, mainly 20th century U.S. imprints, on subjects such as anthropology, the arts, biography, the Civil War, history, humor, literature, medicine, philosophy, psychology, racism, religion, sexuality, sociology, travel, and women. Also, important earlier 16th-19th century works (especially early medical, religious, and historical texts), and first, signed, and other significant editions of authors such as William Blake, Theodore Dreiser, Robert Frost, Lafcadio Hearn, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Elbert Hubbard, Aldous Huxley, Robinson Jeffers, D. H. Lawrence, Sinclair Lewis, Jack London, Henry Miller, Robert Service, Upton Sinclair, John Steinbeck, Robert Louis Stevenson, Henry David Thoreau, Mark Twain, and H. G. Wells.
  • [Literature]. Swinburne, Algernon Charles (1837-1909). English poet. Holdings include Chastelard (1865) [Spec PR5508.C4 1865], Atalanta in Calydon (1866) [Spec PR5508.A6 1866], Poems and Ballads [Spec PR5505 1866], William Blake, A Critical Essay (1868) [Spec PR4146.S77 1868], Laus Veneris (1871) [Spec PR5506.L3 1871], Songs Before Sunrise (1871) [Spec PR5506.S6], Erechtheus (1876) [Spec PR5508.E7], A Note on Charlotte Brontë (1877) [Spec PR5510.N6], Songs of the Springtides (1880) [Spec PR5506.S63], Mary Stuart (1881) [Spec PR5508.M37], A Century of Roundels (1883) [Spec PR5506.C4], Marino Faliero (1885) [Spec PR5508.M35 1885], A Study of Victor Hugo (1886) [Spec PR5510.S84], Astrophel, and Other Poems (1894) [Spec PR5506.A7 1894], Under the Microscope (1899) [Spec PR5510.U5], A Channel Passage (1904) [Spec PR5506.C5], Love’s Cross-Currents (1905) [Spec PR5510.L6 1905], The Worm of Spindlestonheugh (1909) [Spec PR5506.W62], Juvenilia (1912) [Spec PR5506.J8], The Arab Chief (1912) [Spec PR5506.A6], Les Fleurs du Mal (1913) [Spec PR5510.F5], Lady Maisie’s Bairn (1915) [Spec PR5506.L28], Théophile (1915) [Spec PR5510.T5], A Vision of Bags (1916) [Spec PR5510.V5], The Triumph of Gloriana (1916) [Spec PR5506.T73], Wearieswa’ (1917) [Spec PR5506.W4], The Italian Mother (1918) [Spec PR5506.I7], A Lay of Lilies (1918) [Spec PR5506.L35], The Ride from Milan (1918) [Spec PR5506.R5], Queen Yselt (1918) [Spec PR5506.Q8], and Autobiographical Notes (1920) [Spec PR5513.A45]. Fine press editions of Laus Veneris by Thomas B. Mosher (1900) [Printers Z239.M64 S9] and the Golden Cockerel Press (1948) [Printers Z239.2.G58 S9], Songs Before Sunrise (1909) by the Florence Press [Spec PR5506.S6 1909], Two Unpublished Manuscripts (1927) by the Grabhorn Press [Printers Z239.G7 S983 1927 vault], Pasiphaë (1950) by the Golden Cockerel Press (1950) [Spec PR5506.P3], and Hide-and-Seek (1975) by Stourton Press [Printers Z239.2.S59 S93].
  • [Literature]. Table Talk Press Collection, 1984-1989. Artwork, correspondence, manuscripts, printer’s mockups, promotional flyers, proofs, and other related material from Michael Sherick’s Santa Barbara-based Table-Talk Press. Correspondents include Fielding Dawson, Clayton Eshleman, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Henry Johnson, Michael McClure, David Meltzer, Leslie Scalapino, Gary Snyder, Robert Sycamore, Diane Wakoski, and Philip Whalen. Some of the Table-Talk works were designed and printed by David Dahl, Graham Mackintosh, and Judyl Mudfoot (Mudborn Press). (Printers Mss 18).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. El Teatro Campesino Archives, 1964-1988 pdf icon. Scripts, photographs,, posters, printed materials, audio and videotapes, and other materials, constituting the largest archival collection on Chicano theater. Includes biographical/historical information pertaining to playwright and director Luis Valdez, theater company players, and interactions with many important cultural, political, literary, and artistic individuals since its founding in 1965. Documents the development of Teatro, from the early farm workers’ strike years in 1965 through 1967, establishment of the San Juan Bautista center, and commercial theater and film productions from 1977 to 1988. (CEMA 5).
  • [Literature]. Tennyson, Alfred (1809-1892). English poet laureate. Holdings include The Princess (1847) [Spec PR5571.A1 1847 vault], In Memoriam (1850) [Spec PR5562.A1 1850], Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington (1852) [Spec PR5568.O3 1852], Maud (1855) [Spec PR5567.A1 1855], Idylls of the King (1859) [Spec PR5558.A1 1859], Enoch Arden (1864) [Spec PR5556.A1 1864], Poems of Imagination and Fancy (1868) [Spec PR5550.E68], Locksley Hall (1869) [Spec PR5564.A1 1869], The Holy Grail (1870) [Spec PR5559.H5 1870], Gareth and Lynette (1872) [Spec PR5559.G2], Queen Mary (1875) [Spec PR5572.Q6 1875], Harold (1877) [Spec PR5557.H3], The Lover’s Tale (1879) [Spec PR5566.L5], Becket (1884) [Spec PR5555.B4 1884], Tiresias (1885) [Spec PR5572.T5 1885], The Day Dream (1886) [Spec PR5555.D2 1886], Demeter (1889) [Spec PR5555.D45 1889], The Foresters: Robin Hood and Maid Marian (1892) [Spec PR5557.F6 1892], Suppressed Poems of Alfred Lord Tennyson (1904) [Spec PR5552.T5 1904], and The Devil and the Lady (1930) [Spec PR5555.D48]. Fine press edition of Vivien (1867) with illustrations by Gustave Doré [Spec PR5559.M3 1867], A Dream of Fair Women (1900) by Grant Richards [Spec PR5555.D8], The Poems of Alfred Lord Tennyson by Ballantyne Press (1900) [Printers Z239.2.B22 T45] and the Limited Editions Club (1974) [Spec PR5551 1974], In Memoriam (1933) by Nonesuch Press [Printers Z239.2.N6 T45], Idylls of the King (1952) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PR5558.A1 1953], and Song of the Brook (1959) by Valenti Angelo [Printers Z239.A54 T45]. See also Alfred Lord Tennyson: A Memoir (1905) by his son Hallam Tennyson [Spec PR5581 T4 1905]. Additionally, some of Tennyson’s poems have been set to music and recorded on 78 rpm records, such as Come Into the Garden, Maud [PA ARVM-8857].
  • [Literature]. Thackeray, William Makepeace (1811-1863). English novelist, born in India. Holdings include The Loving Ballad of Lord Bateman (1839) with Charles Dickens [Spec PR3991.A1 L63 1839], Notes of a Journey from Cornhill to Grand Cairo (1846) [Spec PR5615.N6 1846], Our Street (1848) as M.A. Titmarsh [Spec PR5615.O8 1848], Vanity Fair (1848) [Spec PR5618.A1 1848 vault], The History of Pendennis (1849) [Spec PR5616.A1 1849], The History of Samuel Titmarsh and the Great Hoggarty Diamond (1849) [Spec PR5617.S3 1849], The Kickleburys on the Rhine (1850) as M.A. Titmarsh [Spec PR5613.K52 1850], Rebecca and Rowena (1850) as M.A. Titmarsh [Spec PR5617.R4 1850], The Book of Snobs (1852) [Spec PR5610.A1 1852], the three-volume set The History of Henry Esmond, Esq. (1852) [Spec PR5612.A1 1852], The English Humorists of the Eighteenth Century (1853) [Spec PR5611.E5 1853], The Newcomes (1854) [Spec PR5614.A1 1854], The Rose and the Ring (1855) [Spec PR5617.R67 1855], the four-volume set Miscellanies (1856) [Spec PR5602.M5 1856], The Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush (1856) [Spec PR5613.M45 1856], The Virginians (1858) [Spec PR5620.A1 1858a], The Four Georges (1860) [Spec PR5611.F68 1860], Lovel the Widower (1861) [Spec PR5613.L68 1861], the three-volume set The Adventures of Philip (1862) [Spec PR5606.A1 1862], Etchings by the Late William Makepeace Thackeray (1878) [Spec PR5611.E8], The Complete Poems of W.M. Thackeray (1892) [Spec PR5603.W5 1892], Mr. Brown’s Letters to a Young Man About Town (1901) [Spec PR5613.M5], and Reading a Poem (1911) [Spec PR5617.R25 1911]. Facsimile edition of The Heroic Adventures of M. Boudin (1980) [Spec PR5611.H47 1980]. Fine press editions of Round About the Christmas Tree (1914) by the Marchbanks Press [Printers Z239.M355 T43], The End of the Play (1915) by the Torch Press [Printers Z239.T63 T43], The Chest of Cigars (1918) by John Henry Nash [Printers Z239.N3 T43], Fairy Days (1919) by William Edwin Rudge [Printers Z239.R8 T39], A Book for Christmas Reading (1947) by the Cuneo Press [Printers Z239.C79 T43 1947], and Vanity Fair (1958) by Random House [Spec PR5618.A1 1958].
  • [Literature]. [Thoreau, Henry D.]. Emerson, Ralph Waldo. One letter (ALS) from Emerson to Daniel Ricketson, thanking him for his book The History of New Bedford, and mentioning, re 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 October 1859. (SC 99).
  • [Literature]. [Thoreau, Henry D.]. Willson [Lawrence] Oral History. Interviews with the UCSB professor of English and Henry D. Thoreau scholar. (OH 1).
  • [Literature]. Thoreau [Henry D.] / Willson [Lawrence] Collection, ca. 1850s. Eight items – fragments of writings, notes, and drafts of letters by Henry D. Thoreau, acquired by UCSB English Professor Lawrence Willson from diverse sources. Also, an unused pencil attributed by Willson to Thoreau. (Mss 187).
  • [Literature]. Thoreau Resources. Printed and manuscript sources pertaining to Henry D. Thoreau. Manuscripts are listed separately.
  • [Literature]. Tolstoy, Leo (1828-1910). Russian writer. Holdings include What to Do? Thoughts Evoked by the Census of Moscow (1887) [Spec PG3366.C48], The Kreutzer Sonata (1890) [Spec PG3366.K7 1890], Science et Religion (1895) in French [Darwin BL240.T68 1895], Sur la Question Sexuelle (1901) in French [Spec HQ31.T64 1901], Redemption (1919) [Spec PG3366.A19 1919b], and Stories and Legends (1946) [Spec PG3366.A15 M38]. Fine press editions of Where God Is, Love Is (1924) by Ashendene Press [Printers Z239.2.A75 T64 vault]; also Anna Karenina (1933) [Spec PG3366.A6 1933], War and Peace (1938) [Spec PG3366.V6 1938], Resurrection (1963) [Spec PG3366.V7 W5 1963b and Printers Z239.L5 T65], and Childhood, Boyhood, Youth (1972) [Printers Z239.L5 T64], all by the Limited Editions Club.
  • [Literature]. Trollope, Anthony (1815-1882). English novelist. Holdings include The Three Clerks (1860) [Spec PR5684.T47 1860], Castle Richmond (1860) [Spec PR5684.C37 1860], Framley Parsonage (1861) [Spec PR5684.F7 1861], Tales of All Countries (1861) [Spec PR5684.T3 1861], Orley Farm (1862) [Spec PR5684.O7 1862], The Small House at Allington (1864) [Spec PR5684.S52 1864], Can You Forgive Her? (1864) [Spec PR5684.C3 1864], Travelling Sketches (1866) [Spec PR5684.T7 1866], The Last Chronicle of Barset (1867) [Spec PR5684.L45 1867], The Claverings (1867) [Spec PR5684.C5 1867], He Knew He Was Right (1869) [Spec PR5684.H4 1869], Phineas Finn, the Irish Member (1869) [Spec PR5684.P5 1869], The Vicar of Bullhampton (1870) [Spec PR5684.V5 1870], The Golden Lion of Granpere (1872) [Spec PR5684.G6 1872], Phineas Redux (1874) [Spec PR5684.P4 1874], The Prime Minister (1876) [Spec PR5684.P7 1876], Is He Popenjoy? (1878) [Spec PR5684.I7 1878], The Duke’s Children (1880) [Spec PR5684.D8 1880], Cousin Henry (1880) [Spec PR5684.C65 1880], Ayala’s Angel (1881) [Spec PR5684.A9 1881], and The Landleaguers (1883) [Spec PR5684.L24 1883]. Fine press editions of Barchester Towers by Doubleday, Doran & Co. (1941) [Spec PR5684.B3 1945] and the Limited Editions Club (1958) [Spec PR5684.B3 1958 and Printers Z239.L5 T7].
  • [Literature]. Twain, Mark (1835-1910) [pseudonym of Samuel Langhorne Clemens]. American writer. Holdings include The Innocents Abroad (1869) [Spec PS1312.A1 1869], The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County (1870) [Spec PS1322.C4 1870z], Roughing It (1871) [Spec PS1318.A1 1871], Mark Twain’s Burlesque Autobiography (1871) [Spec PS1322.A7 1871], The Gilded Age (1874) [Spec PS1322.G5 1874], A Tramp Abroad (1880) [Spec PS1321.A1 1880], The Prince and the Pauper (1882) [Spec PS1316.A1 1882], Life on the Mississippi (1883) [Spec PS1314.A1 1883], The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1885) [Spec PS1305.A1 1885], The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1892) [Spec PS1306.A1 1892], The £1,000,000 Bank-Note (1893) [Spec PS1315.A1 1893], Pudd’nhead Wilson (1894) [Spec PS1317.A1 1894a], Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc (1896) [Spec PS1313.A1 1896], Following the Equator (1897) [Spec PS1322.F64 1897], English as She is Taught (1900) [Spec PS1322.E5], A Double Barrelled Detective Story (1902) [Spec PS1322.D7 1902], The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg (1902) [Spec PS1322.M25 1902], Extracts from Adam’s Diary (1904) [Spec PS1309.A1 1904], King Leopold’s Soliloquy (1905) [Spec PS1322.K45 1905], Eve’s Diary (1906) [Spec PS1322.E84 1906], What is Man? (1910) [Spec PS1322.W5 1910], Travels at Home (1910) [Spec PS1322.T6 1910], The Mysterious Stranger (1922) [Spec PS1322.M97 1922], Sketches of the Sixties (1926) with Bret Harte [Spec and Wyles PS1821.H6 and Printers Z239.H64 H3], 1601 (1929) [Spec PS1322.S45 1929], Concerning the Jews (1934) [Spec DS143.C5 1934], The Washoe Giant in San Francisco (1938) [Spec PS1302.W3 and Printers Z239.W35 T84 1938], Mark Twain’s Travels With Mr.Brown (1940) [Spec PS1302.W28 and Printers Z239.P535 T83 1940], The Letters of Quintus Curtius Snodgrass (1946) [Wyles PS1323.L4 1946], Mark Twain’s First Story (1952) [Spec PS1322.D3 M4], Mark Twain of the Enterprise (1957) [Wyles PS1302.S5], the miniature book A Mark Twain Turnover (1972) [Printers Z239.A73 T83 1972], The Great Landslide Case (1972) [Spec PS1322.G7 1972], Wapping Alice (1981) [Spec PS1322.W28 1981], The New War-Scare (1981) [Spec PS1322.N48 1981], Mark Twain’s Rubáiyát (1983) [Spec PS1322.R83 1983], and The Quaker City Holy Land Excursion (1986) [Spec PS1322.Q34 1986]. Facsimile editions of Twain’s handwritten manuscripts for The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1982) [Spec PS1306.A1 1982c] and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1983) [Spec PS1305.A1 1983]. Fine press editions of Mark Twain’s Burlesque Autobiography (1930) by the Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 C54]; The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Random House (1930) [Printers Z239.P89 T83 1930] and Three Sirens Press (1933) [Spec PS1306.A1 1933]; Jim Smiley and His Jumping Frog (1940) by the Pocahontas Press [Printers Z239.P537 T83]; Life on the Mississippi (1944) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS1314.A1 1944 and Printers Z239.R81 C54]; Three Sketches (1946) by Overbrook Press [Printers Z239.O8 C55 1946]; A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court (1948) by the Heritage Press [Spec PS1308.A1 1948]; Roughing It in California (1953) by the L-D Allen Press [Spec 1318.A3 1953 vault]; Concerning Cats (1959) [Printers Z239.B54 T93 1959] and Ah Sin (1961) with Bret Harte [Printers Z239.B54 C4], both by the Book Club of California; The Innocents Abroad (1962) [Spec PS1312.A1 1962] and The Prince and the Pauper (1964) [Spec PS1316.A1 1964], both by the Limited Editions Club; The Notorious Jumping Frog & Other Stories by the Heritage Press (1970) [Spec PS1302.W26 1970] and Peter Pauper Press (1985) [Printers Z239.P4 T83 1985]; Roughing It (1972) [Printers Z239.S5 T93 1972] and Pudd’nhead Wilson’s Calendar (1974) [Spec PS1317.A1 1974b], both by the Limited Editions Club; Mark Twain’s West (1983) by Lakeside Press [Wyles PS1331.A36 1983]; Eve’s Diary (1992) by Inanna Press [Printers Z239.I5266 T83 1992]; and Extracts from Eve’s Diary / Extracts from Adam’s Diary (2003) by Pacific Editions [Printers Z239.P2014 T93 2003 vault].
  • [Literature]. [Twain, Mark]. Clemens, Sam[uel] L. One letter (ALS) to Alice J. Hyde, who had been a fellow passenger on a voyage to the Hawaiian Islands, re sending sword he had promised. St. Louis, 11 Apr. 1867. (SC 54).
  • [Literature]. [Twain, Mark]. Clemens, Samuel L. One note (ANS), “…Never put off till tomorrow what can be put off till day after tomorrow just as well.” Hartford, Nov. 1879. (SC 53).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. Valdez [Luis] Papers. Materials of the Chicano playwright, filmmaker, and founder of El Teatro Campesino. (CEMA 71).
  • [Literature]. Verne, Jules (1828-1905). French novelist. Holdings include Voyages et Aventures du Capitaine Hatteras (1867) [Spec PQ2469.V8 1867b], Le Tour du Monde en 80 Jours (1874) [Spec PQ2469.T7 1874b], Adventures in the Land of the Behemoth (1874) [Spec 2469.A7E], From the Clouds to the Mountains (1874) [Spec PQ2469.N3E 1874], The Mysterious Island (1875) [Spec PQ2469.I713 1875], The Exploration of the World (1879) [Spec PQ2469.D3513 1879], Michel Strogoff (1880) [Spec PQ2469.M5 1880], Robur-le-Conquérant (1886) [Spec PQ2469.R6 1886b], Texar’s Revenge, or, North Against South (1887) [Wyles PZ3.V47 N6 1887], César Cascabel (1890) [Spec PQ2469.C25 1890], and En Magellanie (1987) [Spec PQ2469.E35 1987]. Fine press editions from the Limited Editions Club of The Mysterious Island (1959) [Spec PQ2469.I713 1959], Around the World in Eighty Days (1962) [Printers Z239.L5 V472 1962], A Journey to the Center of the Earth (1966) [Printers Z239.L5 V474 1966], and From the Earth to the Moon, and, Around the Moon (1970) [Printers Z239.L5 V473 1970].
  • [Literature]. Ward-Perkins Family Papers, ca. 1788-1954. Primarily correspondence relating to the Ward and Perkins families of Boston, New York and elsewhere. Other families who figure prominently in the papers are the Barkers, the Howards, and the Bruens. Many letters from noteworthy individuals outside of the family circles, such as James Russell Lowell, Amy Lowell, George Bancroft, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry and William James, George Santayana, and Theodore Roosevelt. (Mss 129).
  • [Literature]. Washington, Booker T. (1856-1915). American educator and writer. Holdings include The Story of My Life and Work (1900) [Wyles E185.97.W29 A3], A New Negro for a New Century (1900) [Wyles E185.N48], Up from Slavery (1901) [Wyles E185.97.W3 1901a vault], The Successful Training of the Negro (1903) [Wyles LC2851.T8 W18], Putting the Most into Life (1906) [Wyles E185.6.W333], Frederick Douglass (1907) [Wyles E449.D6 W3], The Negro in Business (1907) [Wyles E185.8.W3], Abraham Lincoln (1909) [Wyles E457.2.W3], and The Future of the American Negro (1968) [Wyles E185.6.W313 1968]. Fine press edition of Up from Slavery (1970) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec E185.97.W31642]. Additionally, a letter signed by Washington, dated March 1914, is available [SC 326].
  • [Literature]. Watkins (Richard Howells) Collection, ca. 1895-1950s. Correspondence, copies of short stories, articles, and screenplays by an author in the adventure/detective genre who spent his later years in Santa Barbara. Also includes aviation files with photographs of WWI aces, early airplanes (Curtis, Martin, Le Perce-Packard, Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation, and others), ca. 1910s-1920 and images apparently shot from them, including the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, other New York views, and various air fields around the country. (Mss 130).
  • [Literature]. Whigham [Peter] Collection, ca. 1980-1987. Manuscript and typescript drafts of Santa Barbara author, scholar, and translator Peter Whigam’s verse translation of Dante [Alighieri’s] Cantos [Divine Comedy], photograph, three letters (ALS), resumé, memorial booklet by Ralph Sipper, and bibliography. (SC 754).
  • [Literature]. Whitman, Walt (1819-1892). American poet. Holdings include several revised editions of Leaves of Grass, such as the second edition (1856) [Wyles E457.21.L51 W4], the third (1860) [Spec PS3201 1860b], the fourth (1867) [Wyles PS3201 1867], the first edition published in England (1868) [Spec PS3203.R6], the fifth edition (1872) [Spec PS3201 1872], and the final revision (1881) [Spec PS3201 1881]; also a facsimile of the original 1855 edition [Wyles PS3201 1855a] and an edition in Swedish, Strån av Gräs (1935) [Wyles PS3205.S8 S9]. Other titles include After All, Not to Create Only (1871) [Spec PS3219.A1 1871], Two Rivulets (1876) [Spec PS3222.T8], Specimen Days & Collect (1882) [Spec PS3220.A1 1882], Complete Prose Works (1892) [Wyles PS3202 1892], Autobiographia (1892) [Spec PS3231.A2 1892], The Book of Heavenly Death (1905) [Spec PS3203.T65], Songs of Democracy (1919) [Spec 3222.S7 1919], Ich Singe das Leben (1919) in German [Spec PS3205.G4 H35], The Gathering of the Forces (1920) [Wyles PS3202 1920], The Half-Breed, and Other Stories (1927) [Spec PS3203.M3], Franklin Evans, or, The Inebriate (1929) [Printers Z239.M44 W45], A Child’s Reminiscence (1930) [Spec PS3203.M25], Letters Written by Walt Whitman to His Mother, 1866-1872 (1936) [Wyles PS3231.A3 1936], New York Dissected (1936) [Spec PS3222.N4 1936], Walt Whitman: An 1855-56 Notebook (1959) [Wyles PS3231.A32 1959a], and the miniature book Death of Abraham Lincoln (1962) [Wyles E457.5.W6 1962]. Fine press editions of Song of the Broad-Axe (1924) by the Centaur Press [Printers Z239.W37 W45]; Leaves of Grass by the Limited Editions Club (1929) [Printers Z239.L5 W528 1929], Doubleday Doran (1940) [Printers Z239.D64 W5], and the Peter Pauper Press (1950) [Printers Z239.P4 W45 vault]; A Whitman Portrait (1960) [Printers Z239.S67 W45]; There Was a Child Went Forth (1968) by Gehenna Press [Printers Z239.G38 W44 1968]; and Specimen Days (1971) by David R. Godine [Spec and Wyles PS3220.A1 1971]. Additionally, some of Whitman’s poems have been read by Ralph Bellamy and recorded on 78 rpm records [PA Victor M955].
  • [Literature]. Whittier, John Greenleaf (1807-1892). American poet. Holdings include Poems Written During the Progress of the Abolition Question in the United States (1837) [Wyles PS3250.E37], Ballads (1844) [Spec PS3255.B185 1844], Literary Recreations and Miscellanies (1854) [Spec PS3272.L5 1854], The Panorama (1856) [Spec PS3265.P2 1852], Home Ballads and Poems (1860) [Spec PS3258.A1 1860], Snow-Bound (1866) [Spec PS3266.A1 1866], The Tent on the Beach (1867) [Spec PS3268.A1 1867], Maud Muller (1867) [Spec PS3262.A1 1867], Among the Hills (1869) [Spec PS3255.A4 1869], Ballads of New England (1870) [Spec PS3255.B2 1870], Miriam (1871) [Spec PS3263.M3 1871], The Pennsylvania Pilgrim (1872) [Spec PS3265.P4 1872], Hazel-Blossoms (1875) [Spec PS3257.H2 1875], Mabel Martin (1876) [Spec PS3260.A1 1876], The Vision of Echard (1878) [Spec PS3269.V4 1878], The Bay of Seven Islands (1883) [Spec PS3257.B2 1883], Anti-Slavery Poems (1888) [Wyles PS3250.E88], and At Sundown (1892) [Spec PS3255.A7 1892]. Fine press editions of Snow-Bound by the Limited Editions Club (1930) [Printers Z239.L5 W53], Hawthorn House (1939) [Printers Z239.H3 W45], and the Peter Pauper Press (1951) [Printers Z239.P4 W46]; The Poems of John Greenleaf Whittier (1945) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS3252.U5]; and My Playmate (1960) by Ye Galleon Press [Printers Z239.Y38 W45 1960]. Additionally, two handwritten letters, signed by Whittier, are available [SC 339 and 340].
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • [Literature]. Wordsworth, William (1770-1850). English poet. Holdings include Poems (1807) [Spec PR5850.E07], Concerning the Relations of Great Britain, Spain, and Portugal (1809) [Spec PR5871.C6], The Excursion (1814) [Spec PR5858.A1 1814], Memorials of a Tour on the Continent (1822) [Spec PR5862.A1 1822], Ecclesiastical Sketches (1822) [Spec PR5866.A1 1822], Yarrow Revisited (1835) [Spec PR5869.Y3 1835], Poems from the Poetical Works of William Wordsworth (1843) [Spec PR5852.L63 1843], and the 10-volume set The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth (1910) [Printers Z239.R54 W6]. Also, a facsimile of the 1798 edition of Lyrical Ballads (1926) [Spec PR5869.L9 1798a]. Fine press editions of Poems, Lyrics & Sonnets (1945) by the Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 W67 1945], Poems (1970) by the Folio Society [Spec PR5852.M34], and The Poems of William Wordsworth (1973) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PR5852.W67].
  • [Literature]. Wordsworth, William. One handwritten poem, untitled, Rydal Mount, 26 Dec. 1844 and one colored engraving of Wordsworth, both matted and framed. (SC 782).
  • [Literature]. 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].
  • Literature – 19th Century. First, limited, and early editions, with particular strengths for American and British authors such as Louisa May Alcott, Charlotte and Emily Bronte, Lewis Carroll, Stephen Crane, Richard Henry Dana, Charles Dickens, Frederick Douglass, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Thomas Hardy, Bret Harte, Henry James, Herman Melville, William Morris, Edgar Allan Poe, Robert Louis Stevenson, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Henry D. Thoreau, and Mark Twain. Also, some associated manuscript material, listed separately.
  • Literature – 20th Century. First, signed, and limited editions, with particular strengths for American (especially those with California associations) and British authors, and literary movements, including Charles Bukowski, Concrete Poetry, T. S. Eliot, William Everson, Aldous Huxley, Christopher Isherwood, Robinson Jeffers, D.H. Lawrence, W. Somerset Maugham, Henry Miller Christopher Morley, and Ezra Pound. Also, some associated manuscript material, listed separately.
  • [Lithuania]. Vilnius [Lithuania] and Palestine Jewish Zionist Photograph Collection, 1930s. 62 b/w photographs, mostly snapshots. (SC 961).
  • Littell, E. One Civil War era letter (ADS) to Horatio King, re personal matters, 23 Sept. 1863. (Wyles SC 929).
  • Little Performers Collection. Photographs, cartes-de-visite, and souvenir circus programs relating to little people performers in late 19th and early 20th century circus and vaudeville, including issue of Midget City News. (PA Mss 61).
  • Litton Colonial Collection, 1753-1884 [bulk dates 1750s-1770s]. Letters and documents, mainly from the Colonial period, and apparently acquired from diverse sources by Mrs. Richard E. Litton. Of particular interest is a document re George Washington, signed by John Hancock, 17 July 1776. (Mss 67).
  • Living Loving Learning Center (Topanga, CA). Leaflets and articles, ca. 1985-1989. (HPA SC 79).
  • Living Stream Ministry Collection, ca. latter 1970s. Pamphlets and series of printed messages mainly by Witness Lee, published by Living Stream Ministry, Anaheim, California. Included are "Life-Study of Genesis," "Life-Study of Matthew," and "Life-Study of Revelation." (ARC Mss 40).
  • Lloyd, John William. One letter (ALS) to [Robert] Sweet re Lloyd’s writing and religious issues, Apr. 30, 1935. Laid in Lloyd’s Dawn-thought on the Reconciliation: A Volume of Pantheistic Impressions and Glimpses of Larger Religion (1904). (SC 602).
  • Lobero Theatre Records, ca. 1920s-1997. Archives of the Santa Barbara theater, including correspondence, financial records, scrapbooks, posters, and files on all shows held at the Lobero since 1924. (PA Mss 4).
  • 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).
  • Locke, John (1632-1704). English philosopher. Holdings include early editions of The Reasonableness of Christianity (1695) [Spec BR120.L6 1695] and A Second Vindication of the Reasonableness of Christianity (1697) [Spec BR120.L622 1697], An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1731) [Spec B1290 1731], and Letters Concerning Toleration (1765) [Spec BR1610.L82].
  • [Locker-Lampson, Frederick] (1821-1895). One letter (ALS) to a Mr. Warren-Vernon, 2 Aug. 1891, and one letter (ALS) a Mrs. Venables, 9 Mar. n.y., about health and other personal matters, from English poet Locker-Lampson. (SC 446).
  • [Lockheed]. Bock, Frederick H. Photocopy of typescript, "Recollections on a friendship with Flora Haines Loughead," by Frederick H. Bock. Lompoc, CA July 26, 1985. (SC 553).
  • [Lockheed]. 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).
  • Lockman Foundation Collection, ca. 1930s-1976. Records of the Lockman Foundation, established by F. Dewey Lockman, including correspondence, photographs (b/w and color), photo albums/scrapbooks, audiotapes (open reel and audiocassettes), articles and clippings, and printed materials (copies of Amplified Bibles and New Testaments, New American Standard Bibles and New Testaments, in English and translation into other languages). (ARC Mss 14).
  • [Lodge, Henry Cabot]. O’Sheel, Shaemus. One letter (ALS) to Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, re his work as messenger for the Senate and the book of poetry that he sent. Washington, [D.C.], 26 July 1913. (SC 229).
  • Logotherapy. Typescript bibliography, 1987. (HPA SC 80).
  • Lombard [Father Linus] China Photograph Albums, 1931-1932. Two albums, mainly Hankow, China. (Bernath Mss 194).
  • London Chronicle, v. 3, no. 175, Feb. 9-Feb. 11, 1758. Single issue of the newspaper. (SC 1055).
  • Long, Haniel. One letter (ALS) to Miss [?] Langdale thanking her for pictures. Santa Fe, 8 Sept. 1951. Laid in The Grist Mill (Printers Z239 R9 L6). (SC 176).
  • Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth (1807-1882). American poet. Holdings include Saggi de’ Novellieri Italiani (1832) in Italian [Spec PQ4254.L6], The Poets and Poetry of Europe (1845) [Spec PS2273.Z9 P6], Kavanagh (1849) [Spec PS2273.K3], The Golden Legend (1851) [Spec PS2260.A1 1851], Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie (1854) [Spec PS2263.A1 1854], The Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1856) part of the “Books Lincoln Read” collection [Wyles E457.21.L51 L6], The Courtship of Miles Standish (1858) [Spec PS2262.A1 1858a], Tales of a Wayside Inn (1863) [Spec PS2269.A1 1863], Household Poems (1865) [Spec PS2271.H69 1865], Flower-de-Luce (1867) [Spec PS2271.F5 1867], The New England Tragedies (1868) [Spec PS2261.A1 1868], The Divine Tragedy (1871) [Spec PS2259.A1 1871], Aftermath (1873) [Spec PS2271.A5 1873], The Hanging of the Crane (1874) [Spec PS2264.A1 1874], The Masque of Pandora (1875) [Spec PS2271.M3 1875a], Kéramos (1878) [Spec PS2271.K4 1878], The Longfellow Birthday-Book (1881) [Spec PS2253.R6], Michael Angelo (1884) [Spec PS2271.M5 1884], and Nuremberg (1887) [Spec PS2271.N8 1887]. Fine press editions of Evangeline (1897) [Printers Z239.R54 L63] and The Hanging of the Crane (1907) [Printers Z239.R54 L64], both by the Riverside Press; The Building of the Ship (1907) by Paul Elder and Company [Printers Z239.E4 L66 1907]; The Golden Legend (1910) by Hodder & Stoughton [Spec PS2260.A1 1910]; The Three Kings (1922) by William Edwin Rudge [Printers Z239.R8 L65]; Six Sonnets (1925) [Printers Z239.N3 L67 1925] and Christmas Bells (1931) [Printers Z239.N3 L66 1931], both by John Henry Nash; The Leap of Roushan Beg (1931) by William Edwin Rudge [Printers Z239.R8 L647]; and The Poems of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1944) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS2252.U5 1944].
  • Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. One check, signed on back by Longfellow, 25 June 1877, and one note (AN), not in Longfellow’s hand, commenting on prior lecture, 6 Jan. 1882. (SC 177).
  • Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth (1807-1882). One signed holograph poem, “Bayard Taylor,” n.d. (SC 447).
  • Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. One signed holograph poem, 24 Sept. 1879, accompanying one note (ANS), 24 Jan. 1880. (SC 178).
  • Longfellow, Henry W. One signed receipt: “Received of Ticknor & Fields, Five hundred Dollars, Copyright on twenty Thousand ‘Household Poems’.” Boston, Mar. 15, 1865. (SC 929).
  • Longstreet, James [Lt. Gen.]. Two engraved portraits, [ca. 1862]. (Wyles SC 763).
  • Lookout Mountain, Tennessee. One disbound album, “Souvenir of Lookout Mountain,” with 12 mounted albumen photographs, [ca. 1890s]. (Wyles SC 623).
  • Loomis, Col. [United States Army. Recruiting Service]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Lieut. R. G. Welles, re recruiting issues. Fort Columbus, 6 Feb. 1864. (Wyles SC 261).
  • Loomis [R. H.] Collection, ca 1864-1865, 1886. About 100 Civil War documents of Royal H. Loomis, a Union captain, 2nd Michigan Cavalry, Co. A, including mustering and mustering out rolls, orders, lists of equipment and stores, and discharge papers, the bulk from 1864-1865. Also, an 1886 document certifying Loomis’ service in the Civil War. (Wyles Mss 23).
  • Lopez [Alma] Papers. (CEMA 081).
  • Lopez [Rafael] Papers. (CEMA 112).
  • Lopez (Yolanda) Papers, 1961-1998. Personal and professional materials generated by Chicana artist Lopez, the bulk consisting of incoming personal correspondence from family members (esp. Analee Lively, Lopez’s half-sister) and fellow artists such as Rene Yañez, with whom Lopez has maintained a relationship since the late 1970s. Also, biographical and professional materials, with clippings of media mentions, announcement cards and posters for her exhibits and lectures, and various miscellaneous files and clippings that relate to her work; several original silkscreens and offset posters, a number of slides, a personal diary with irregular entries spanning from 1976-1979, and two video cassettes featuring Lopez. (CEMA 11).
  • Lorenzo, Thomas [General]. One Civil War document, Special Orders No. 164, ordering Captain Joseph H. Bradley, 5th New York Volunteers, to rejoin his command. Washington, 17 July 1862. (Wyles SC 138).
  • [Los Angeles]. Bill (Joseph T.) Oral History, 1991-1994. Interviews with Joe Bill, an urban planner who served as Executive Director of the Community Redevelopment Agencies in Sacramento and Los Angeles, Director of Planning for the architectural firm of William L. Pereira, member of the New Communities Administration in Washington, DC., and advisor to UCSB Chancellor Barbara Uehling and her staff on the Long-Range Development Plan for UCSB. Related interviews with John C. Harkness, H. Ralph Taylor, Congressman James H. Scheuer, Yukio Kawaratani, Ray Hebert, Jack Bevash, James Langenheim, Niels Stoermer, Cesar Pelli, Edward Logue, Edward L. Barnes, Harry Cobb, Bruce Allen, and Edward Helfeld. (OH 18).
  • [Los Angeles]. Bukowski [Charles] Papers, ca. 1955-1980. Large collection of correspondence (outgoing to Frances Bukowski, Marina Bukowski, Sam Cherry and Neeli Cherry, John William Corrington, Sanford Dorbin, E. V. Griffith, Thomas Kerrigan, John Martin, Ann Menebroker, Steve Richmond, Ulysses Grant Roman, Jory Sherman, Ruth and William Wantling, Jon and Louise Webb, Carl Weissner, and others), typescript poetry and prose, artwork, photography, and related ephemera of the renowned Los Angeles, California author. (Mss 12).
  • [Los Angeles]. Burnell [George Edwin and Mary Lamoreaux] Collection, ca. 1890s-1960s. Includes typescripts of lecture series, pamphlets and other printed materials by Los Angeles area New Thought practitioners George Edwin Burnell and Mary Lamoreaux Burnell (founders of the Burnell Foundation), and Genevieve Burnell Forgey / Robinson. (ARC Mss 10).
  • [Los Angeles]. California Opera Company. One document (TDS), Founders’ List. Los Angeles, n.d. (SC 46).
  • [Los Angeles]. California Picture Postcard Album, ca. 1900. 45 b/w and color picture postcards, mainly California, including several images of Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Catalina Island, San Diego, and Pasadena. Also a few from New Mexico and Kingman, Arizona. (SC 823).
  • [Los Angeles]. Chandler [Russell] Collection, ca. 1960s-1990. About 300 files with correspondence, articles, newsletters, press releases, clippings, research notes, photographs, drafts and copies of Chandler’s own articles, and related materials, ca. 1960s-1990, with the bulk from the 1970s and 1980s when Chandler was a religion writer for the Los Angeles Times. The files are arranged alphabetically and include a mix of topics, people, and religious groups. Included are files such as: Abortion, Black Muslims, Capital Punishment, Christians in Government, Deprogramming, Doomsday Groups, Eastern Mystery Religions, Evolution/Creation, Jerry Falwell, Louis Farrakhan, Science and Religion, Sports as Folk Religion, Tax Exemptions, and Terrorism. (ARC Mss 2).
  • [Los Angeles]. Clyde [George] Scrapbooks, 1965-1976. Six large scrapbooks with clippings of oil stories, many relating to the 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill, but also earlier and later articles, from 1965 to 1976. The clippings are from the Santa Barbara News-Press, as well as other papers from Santa Barbara to Ventura, and the Los Angeles Times. Clyde worked for the Santa Barbara News-Press for a number of years and was a member of the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors from 1964 to 1973, which included the period of the 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill and its aftermath. During his time on the Board, he is best remembered for leading the fight against offshore oil leasing. (SBHC Mss 53).
  • [Los Angeles]. 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).
  • [Los Angeles]. Cruz [Ricardo] / Catolicos por la Raza Papers, 1967-1993. Correspondence, legal documents, transcripts, photographs, news clippings and ephemera of Cruz, a Chicano rights attorney during the Chicano Movement era and advocate for Latino poor people of the Los Angeles area. Founder of the controversial Católicos por la Raza, which demonstrated against the Catholic Church for its neglect of the Latino community. Also known for his successful legal battle against Los Angeles County’s forced sterilization of undocumented workers. (CEMA 28).
  • [Los Angeles]. Curtis, James F. [Col.]. One Civil War letter (ALS) from an officer in the 4th California Infantry, to the Second Auditor of the Treasury, transmitting list (not included) of names of soldiers who had died Apr-June 1865. Drum Barracks, CA (Los Angeles), Aug. 4, 1865. (Wyles SC 912).
  • [Los Angeles]. 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).
  • [Los Angeles]. 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).
  • [Los Angeles]. 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).
  • [Los Angeles]. 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).
  • [Los Angeles]. 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).
  • [Los Angeles]. 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).
  • [Los Angeles]. Kerrigan [Thomas] / Hierophant Papers, ca. 1964-1973 [bulk dates 1969-1972]. Correspondence and manuscripts (poetry and prose) submitted to Thomas Kerrigan, attorney, poet, and editor of Hierophant (a Los Angeles magazine of new poetry and fiction). Correspondents/contributors include Douglas Blazek, Charles Bukowski, Robert Creeley, Thom Gunn, and Lee Mallory. (Mss 56).
  • [Los Angeles]. Kirsch [Robert R.] Collection, ca. 1970s. Approximately 400 b/w publicity photographs of literary figures whose books were sent whose books were sent to Los Angeles Times book review editor Robert Kirsch. Includes Jorge Amado, Kingsley Amis, Julian Barnes, John Barth, Isaiah Berlin, Carlos Fuentes, Christopher Isherwood, Maxine Hong Kingston, Arthur Koestler, Milan Kundera, Cormac McCarthy, Armistead Maupin, Czeslaw Milosz, V. S. Naipaul, Joyce Carol Oates, Michael Ondaatje, Kenneth Rexroth, Philip Roth, Susan Sontag, Gore Vidal, Yevgeny Yevtushenko, and many more. (Mss 51).
  • [Los Angeles]. Larson [Gene] Collection, ca. 1976-1986. Catalogs and ephemera relating to the Topanga Center in Los Angeles. (HPA Mss 22).
  • [Los Angeles]. 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).
  • [Los Angeles]. Orquesta [Medellin] Collection, ca. 1928-1950. Photograph album of a Los Angeles based musical "conjunto" and family photos of the group’s female lead. (CEMA 45).
  • [Los Angeles]. 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).
  • [Los Angeles]. Self-Help Graphics and Art Archives, ca. 1960-1992. Extensive collection of silk screen prints and slides, as well as organizational records, photographs, and ephemera of the Los Angeles cultural arts center and studio. Founded in the early 1970s, during the height of the Chicano Civil Rights movement, by Mexican artists, Carlos Bueno and Antonio Ibañez, and several Chicano artists, including Frank Hernandez and Sister Karen Boccalero. (CEMA 3).
  • [Los Angeles]. 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).
  • Los Olivos, California Maps, 1887. Copies of two printed maps of Los Olivos, in Santa Barbara County, published by the Los Olivos Land Association. (SC 1036).
  • [Louisiana]. Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park Photographs Collection, ca. 1890s. 24 mounted b/w photographs of Civil War sites such as Missionary Ridge, showing the locations where Louisiana troops fought. Issued by the Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Commission, Louisiana Committee, with printed descriptions on the back of each. (Wyles Mss 58).
  • [Louisiana]. 12th Louisiana Vol., Co. H. One Confederate Civil War document: Transfer Order, 8 Dec. 1863. (Wyles SC 30).
  • Louisiana Slave Document. One document (ADS), bill of sale, Madison Parish, 24 July 1852. (Wyles SC 670).
  • Love, W. M. [Tennessee Cavalry, 4th Regiment (Vol), Company F]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to his brother and sister. New Orleans, 12 Mar. 1865. (Wyles SC 413).
  • 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).
  • Lowrie [Amelia P.] China Correspondence, 1852-1856. Eleven letters from American Presbyterian missionary Lowrie, from Canton and Shanghai, China, to Anna Dickenson, New York City. (Wyles SC 993).
  • Lucas [Johnny] Sound Recording Collection. Jazz 78s of dixieland trumpeter Lucas (Firehouse Five), including unreleased acetate recordings. (PA Mss 37).
  • Lucero [Linda] Collection on La Raza Silkscreen Center / La Raza Graphics. (CEMA 40).
  • Lucretius (c.95-55 BC) [full name Titus Lucretius Carus]. Roman philosopher and poet. Holdings include multiple editions of De Rerum Natura including an early translation into English (1682) [Spec PA6483.E5 C7 1682]; fine press editions by the Limited Editions Club (1957) [Spec PA6483.E5 L4 1957] and the Heritage Club (1958) [Darwin PA6483.E5 L4 1958].
  • Lueg (Henry) Collection. Citizenship application, 1866; photocopy of translation of 1867 journal describing journey from St. Cloud, Minnesota to Helena City, Montana; reprint of C. S. Kingston," The Northern Overland Route in 1867: Journal of Henry Lueg," Pacific Northwest Quarterly (July 1950). (Wyles SC 573).
  • [Lundy, James B.] Letter, 1854. Mention of Malta and Constantinople on eve of Crimean War. (SC 909).
  • [Lungren, Fernand]. White, William Allen. Four letters (TLS) from William Allen White, American author, politician, and editor and owner of the Emporia Gazette [Kansas] to/about Southwest artist, illustrator and Santa Barbara resident Fernand Lungren, re Lungren’s work and personal reminiscences of times with him, 1905-1935. (SC 336).
  • Lungren (Fernand) Collection, ca. 1890s-1932. Correspondence (including letter from Stewart Edward White), art exhibition catalogs (U.S. and England), and photographs relating to Santa Barbara artist Lungren. The UCSB University Art Museum has a large collection of Lungren’s works. (SC 180).
  • Lüning [J. F.] Correspondence, ca. 1843-1872. Letters in difficult German script, at least some from J. F. Lüning, some during Civil War era but Civil War content unclear. (SC 1091).
  • [Luxembourg]. Automobile and Cycling Map, ca. 1910. French printed, linen backed, folding map covering Luxembourg, and parts of France, Belgium and Germany. (SC 1090).
  • Lydgate, John (c.1370-1450). English monk and poet. Holdings include facsimile editions of The Temple of Glass (1905) [Printers Z241.L95 1905], The Assemble of Goddes (1906) [Printers Z241.L94 1906], and The Churl and the Bird (1906) [Printers Z241.L942 1906]; fine press edition of The Chorle and the Birde (1929) by the Swan Press [Printers Z239.2.S8 L93].
  • Lyford, [Charles H.?]. One Civil War note (ANS) from Headquarters, Department of the Tennessee re order to report to duty at Huntsville, Alabama. Nashville, Tennessee, 20 Feb. 1864. (Wyles SC 560).
  • Lyman Belknap & Co. Invoice from a produce and provisions firm for shipment of eggs. March 1, 1867. (SC 427).
  • Lynds [Dennis] Papers, ca. 1947-2005. Correspondence, manuscript drafts, and research files of Santa Barbara mystery writer Lynds. (SBHC Mss 59).
  • Lynds [Gayle] Papers, ca. 1970s-2005. Drafts of manuscripts, research files, publicity, photographs, and other materials of Santa Barbara suspense/thriller writer Lynds (formerly Gayle Stone). (Mss 230).
  • Lyon [Andrew Lincoln] – Lincoln Funeral Procession Recollections. One typescript and one handwritten account re Lyon’s recollections of the Abraham Lincoln funeral procession in Chicago. Asbury Park, New Jersey, 1 May 1925. (Wyles SC 139).
  • Lyon (Farnham) Collection, ca. 1885-1926. Correspondence to Farnham Lyon, prominent hotel proprietor, from late 1885, and an autograph book that he kept. Also, numerous newspaper clippings relating to Farnham Lyon, Elizabeth B. Custer, the death of Margaret Custer Calhoun Maugham, George Armstrong Custer’s career, and the 1910 dedication of a Custer memorial in Monroe, Michigan. (Wyles Mss 28).
  • Lyon, Ray B. (Judge). Correspondence, clipping and three typescript essays re deer in California, one entitled "Deer of Santa Barbara," ca. 1953. (SC 409).
  • Lyons [Jeannette] Oral History, 1975. Family and local history, mainly Santa Ynez Valley, including experiences as a teacher and, later, curator of the Santa Ynez Historical Museum. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 60).

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  • M. (Rosa) Papers, 1986-2002 pdf icon. Correspondence, photographs, artistic works, and other materials of the Chicana artist and muralist. (CEMA 22).
  • [Macao]. 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).
  • [Macao]. 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).
  • MacGregor [James] Papers, ca. 1860-1880s. Correspondence, photographs and documents of a Civil War Union Major, Pennsylvania Infantry, 139th Regiment (Vol), Co. K. (Wyles Mss 48).
  • Machen, Arthur (1863-1947). Three letters (ALS), laid in various books by and about Machen, re gifts and literary matters. London, 1924-1926. (SC 184).
  • 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].
  • Mackaye, Percy. One letter (ALS) to Miss Mary E. Hand, re his book Sanctuary: A Bird Masque, along with publisher’s advertisements for Sanctuary, ca. 1914, 1916. (SC 185).
  • 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).
  • Mackey (Anita J.) Papers, 1929-1996. Personal papers of Anita Johnson Mackey, a Santa Barbara community leader and nationally recognized social service worker. (CEMA 57).
  • Mackey Expedition to Santa Cruz Island. Log, 1 July 1912. (SC 186).
  • [Mackintosh, Graham]. Benet [Linda] – Graham Mackintosh Collection. (Printers Mss 60).
  • Mackintosh [Graham] Collection, ca. 1970s-1980s. Four items printed by Graham Mackintosh and one broadside, “The Man with Three Names,” dedicated to Lew Archer and him. (SC 964).
  • MacLeish, Archibald. Three letters (TLS), including two to Matthew J. Bruccoli, re literary matters such as John Dos Passos’ reputation, 1969, 1971, n.d. (SC 188).
  • Macy [George N.] / Amasa L. Lincoln Papers, ca. 1779-1899 [bulk dates 1850s-1880s]. Correspondence, photo album, scrapbook, and other Civil War materials, mainly relating to the Twentieth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. Includes correspondence, 1861-1865, from Harvard graduate and Brevet Major General George N. Macy to friend, Boston banker Amasa Lyman Lincoln. (Wyles Mss 35).
  • [Madasgascar]. 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).
  • [Madagascar]. Tredwell (Roger Culver) Photograph Album, ca. 1922-1925. 63 brown tone photographs by Roger Tredwell (1885-1961), taken while he was U.S. Consul General at Large for Central Asia and Africa. Includes scenes and people of Morocco, Egypt, Kenya (Mombasa), Madagascar (Tananarive and elsewhere), Mauritius, Mozambique, South Africa (Orange Free State, Capetown, Cape of Good Hope, and elsewhere), Angola (Luanda), São Tomé, Canary Islands, Sierra Leone, the Gambia, Liberia (Monrovia), Senegal (Dakar), Cape Verde Islands (Mindello, (St. Vincent), Azores, Algeria (Oran, Algiers), Tunisia (Tunis, Carthage),and Malta. (Bernath Mss 360).
  • Madagascar Photograph Album, 1901-1907. 139 black/white prints, with captions in French. Includes images in and around Tananarive, Madagascar, of French officials, families, and children, local residents, street scenes, festivals and parades, bicycle races at the hippodrome, horse races and jockeys, rickshaws, boats and seaside. (SC 849).
  • Madison, James. Autograph, reading “Department of State, James Madison,” [ca. 1801-1809]. (SC 190).
  • [Magic]. British Manuals and Guides to Magic Tricks, Conjuring, Illusions, and Prestidigitation. Early 20th century British pamphlets and ephemeral guides to magic of a practical nature. (PA Mss 66).
  • Maher [Patrick J.] Papers, ca. 1927-1980 [bulk dates 1930s-1940s]. Files and scrapbooks mainly relating to Santa Barbara, 1936-1945, when Patrick J. Maher was mayor of the city. Also, later interviews with Maher. (SBHC Mss 23).
  • [Maine]. Beavins, William A. [Private, Maine Infantry, 23rd Regiment (Vol), Company B; Rhode Island Cavalry, 3rd Regiment (Vol), Company E]. Civil War correspondence to Miss Josie Hall, 1863-1864. (Wyles SC 331).
  • [Maine]. Chamberlain, [J. L.?] [Civil War Union Colonel, 20th Maine Vols]. Photocopy of one letter (ALS) to Lieutenant George B. Herendeen. Field near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 6 July 1863. (Wyles SC 542).
  • [Maine]. 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).
  • Maine GAR [Grand Army of the Republic]. General Orders, 1868-1872. (Wyles SC 330).
  • Maine [Portland] Photographs. Six tintypes of Murray and Curit family members, taken by A. S. Davis & Co., ca. 1898-1900. (Wyles SC 628).
  • Maissen Family / Switzerland Photograph Album, ca. 1950. (Bernath Mss 339).
  • [Maittond?], John. One letter (ALS), re business matters at a local land office. Lancaster [PA?], 29 May 1806. (SC 191).
  • Malanga, Gerard. Tyepscript poems, with holographic corrections. Santa Cruz [CA], 1972. (SC 192).
  • [Malaya]. 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).
  • [Malaya]. Singapore and Malaya [Malaysia] Photograph Album, 1953-1957. (SC 1016).
  • [Malaysia]. Chapman (E. C.) Photograph Collection, ca. 1960s-1970s. 270+ black/white prints and color slides. Locations include: Bali, Burma, Cambodia (Angkor Wat) and Laos (Vientiene), Malaysia (mainly Malacca and Penang), Shanghai and surrounds, and Thailand (incl. South Thailand – Kra Isthmus). (Bernath Mss 224).
  • [Malaysia]. 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).
  • [Malaysia]. 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).
  • [Malaysia]. Labuan [Malaysia]. One letter (ALS) from unidentified party re deposits of coal, 11 Sept. 1873. (Wyles SC 1074).
  • [Malaysia]. Royal Australian Air Force World War II Photograph Collection, ca. 1943-1946. Album and loose b/w snapshots and commercial photos, mainly taken by a member of the allied forces towards the end of, and immediate aftermath of World War II. 200+ images, including local population of Kiriwina (Papua New Guinea), Labuan (Malaysian island), war cemeteries, military personnel and camps, destruction caused by war, and life in Japan in 1946, with scenes of Tokyo and daily activities there. (Bernath Mss 170).
  • Malaysia [Johore] Photograph Album, ca. 1930s. (Bernath Mss 192).
  • [Mali]. 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).
  • [Mali]. 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).
  • Mallory, Lee. Collection of correspondence, reviews and related materials, mostly photocopies, to and from various poets and editors, pertaining to Mallory’s Painted Cave Books of Goleta, CA, and elsewhere, ca. 1973-1975. (SC 499).
  • Mallory, Lee. One original typescript copy of 91739, a book of poetry published by Water Table Press, and one holographic copy, written on blank pages of another work, ca. 1971. (SC 629).
  • Mallory, Lee. Typescript poem, "Bukowski - New Years Eve," 1972. (SC 193).
  • [Mallory, Margaret]. One letter (TLS) from Margaret Mallory, 1984, and copies of two other letters (TLS), one to Mallory, 1982, all dealing with an unpublished manuscript about the Metropolitan Museum, New York, by Roland Redmond, President of the Board of the Metroplitan Museum for 18 years. (SC 351).
  • Mallory (Margaret) Collection, ca. 1910s. Includes photographs of the Kasai District in the Belgian Congo and date books from Americans working in the region, 1914-1917, as well as a collection of West African postcards. Also some unrelated material such as framed Western Americana. (Bernath Mss 5).
  • Malory, Sir Thomas (c.1405-1471). English writer. Holdings include editions of his Le Morte d’Arthur from 1889 [Spec PR2041.S7 1889] and 1898 [Spec PR2043.G57 1898]; fine press edition by Boydell Press (1985) [Spec PR2043.R5 1985].
  • [Malta]. 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).
  • Manahan [Charles F.] Collection, ca. 1900-1951. Correspondence, documents, reports, and clippings of a U.S. soldier, 34th U.S. Infantry, re military operations in the Philippines ca. 1899-1901. Many of the items date from a later period and refer to specific incidents in the Philippines during the Spanish American War, as well as to surviving veterans. (Wyles Mss 45).
  • Manas (Los Angeles, CA). Newsletter, scattered issues, 1962-1988. (HPA SC 83).
  • [Manchuria]. 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).
  • [Manchuria]. 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).
  • [Manchuria]. Kita Shina Fūbutsu Shashin Gashū: Photo Album of Things Seen in Northern China, Tibet and Manchuria, ca. 1925-1926. (Bernath Mss 78).
  • [Manchuria]. Mongolia – China – Manchuria Photograph Album, ca. 1920s-1930s. 135 black and white photographs, printed and numbered captions in English. Locations include Mongolia (wrestling, festival, musical instruments, holiday costume, pilgrims in temple yard, view of Linsi, desert, oasis, and settlements, Buddhist temples and priests,); China (Chenhsiangtun, River Taitzu, Mancu quarter of Shahochen [Antung], rural scenes, Motienling Pass [east of Lienshankwan], Hsiho Valley, Tangshancheng villagers and street scenes, railway town of Ssupingkai, lookout station and bean production at Taolu in Hsifeng Prefecture, Kungchuling countryside, street scenes, Yunnan Province inhabitants, occupations, bridges, Mt. Chitsu, Burmese Road, town of Shangkwan, Kiangsi Province pottery and rice shops; Shantung Province: town of Mouping, Yangmatao Island, Shihtao, Penglaiko, Ungchengwan fishing villages, Chefoo City; Tsinan: city view, railroad bridge, prison; Shantung Province: monuments, Mount Taishan, coal mining, towns, street scenes; Chientao: Japanese and Korean quarters, Toutaokou; Kirin logging industry, rivers, boats, animal transport); and Manchuria (whale fishing and islands in Elliot Group off Manchuria; Liaosi District police and armed hunghudze bandits; northern Manchuria ferry and snow spade production). (Bernath Mss 335).
  • Manchuria Collection, ca. 1910-1937. Pamphlets, handbooks, railway guides, journals, yearbooks, and other printed Manchuria-related items, most issued in Manchuria or Japan. (Bernath Mss 98).
  • Mann, Thomas. One letter (TLS) to Clifton Fadiman, regretting he cannot commit make a definite commitment of contributing to an anthology, since he is preparing for an extensive lecture tour. Zurich, ca. 1933-1938. (SC 196).
  • Mann, Thomas (1875-1955). One letter (TLS) to E. Seligman, re his Joseph novel and question about Passover festival. Pacific Palisades, California, 23 Mar. 1947. (SC 195).
  • Manning [Edward] Collection, ca. 1834-1847. Rewards of merit, weekly report, and catalogue of Ellington School [Connecticut], where Manning attended. (SC 197).
  • Mannion [Elizabeth] Oral History, ca 1995-1996. Interviews with the UCSB Professor Emerita in the Music Department on the UCSB Vocal Institute and Opera Program. (OH 62).
  • [Mansfield, Katherine]. Lawlor, Patrick Anthony. Typescript copy of "Writers and the Faith. Katherine Mansfield," ca. 1945. (SC 442).
  • [Manufacturing]. Calamba Sugar Estate – Philippines Collection, 1928-1943. Mainly business records of an American operated sugar and coconut plantation, destroyed during World War II. (Wyles Mss 137).
  • [Manufacturing]. 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).
  • [Manufacturing]. 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).
  • [Manufacturing]. 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).
  • [Manufacturing]. N. N. Hill Brass Company Records, ca. 1890s-early 1900s. 25 letter books and one ledger of the N. N. Hill Brass Company of Middleton, CT, which manufactured tea bells, electric gongs, trinity chimes, telephone chime boxes, bicycle bells, and sleight bells. In the 1930s, the company received the Walt Disney toy contract, which became a major portion of their business. Product lines included bell-ringing pull toys and toy telephones with Disney characters. (Mss 47).
  • [Manufacturing]. Romaine (Lawrence B.) Trade Catalog Collection, ca. 1850-1968. Numerous categories, including building materials (24 boxes); electrical equipment (32 boxes); foods and food processing (8 boxes); heating and ventilation systems (31 boxes); heavy equipment and machinery (2 boxes); household goods and appliances (16 boxes); industrial equipment and factory materials (62 boxes); metals (processed) and metal goods (10 boxes); metals (raw and unfinished) (7 boxes); metalworking equipment (31 boxes); mills and milling supplies (1 box); plumbing (28 boxes); pumps (9 boxes); and woodworking (20 boxes). (Mss 107).
  • [Manufacturing]. Sound Recording Catalog Collection. Extensive collection of manufacturers’ catalogs, primarily from the 78 rpm era. (PA Mss 26).
  • [Manzanar Relocation Center]. Yamamoto, Ken. One letter (ALS) to Paula Gillett, along with clippings about the Manzanar Relocation Center and a pamphlet on Sino-Japanese conflict. Manzanar, CA, 1942. (SC 496).
  • Manzanar Relocation Center Collection, ca. early 1940s. Correspondence, photographs, newsletters, and related materials. (SC 198).
  • 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).
  • Maple, H[arry] L. [Sergeant Major, Pennsylvania Cavalry, 14th Regiment (Vol)]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Mr. Evans, 30 Mar. 1865. (Wyles SC 401).
  • [Maps]. Adirondack Survey Maps, 1873. Two printed maps, including areas of Bald Peak and Mount Marcy, New York. (SC 1097).
  • [Maps]. Automobile and Cycling Map, ca. 1910. French printed, linen backed, folding map covering Luxembourg, and parts of France, Belgium and Germany. (SC 1090).
  • [Maps]. Belcher, Sir Edward (1799-1877). One map, “Geological Plan of the Port of San Francisco, California,” colored by Lieutenant E. Belcher, [Dec. 1826]. (SC 22).
  • [Maps]. California Maps. Facsimiles, copies, etc. (SC 1000).
  • [Maps]. “Carta dell’Africa Orientale,” ca. 1930s. One printed color map of Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia, issued by the Touring Club Italiano. (SC 1110).
  • [Maps]. Central Pacific Railroad Exploration Map. One printed map, “Sketch of Capt. Gunnison’s Route to Sept. 20th, 1853. Senate Ex: Doc: No. 29. 1 Sess 33 Cong.” (Wyles SC 1088).
  • [Maps]. Chatelain, Henri Abraham. Handcolored plate, “Nouvelle carte pour conduire a la connoissance de la marine et a demontrer la plus part des instrumens …,” vol. 7, no. 42, of the Atlas Historique, published by Henri Abraham Chatelain, 1712. (SC 1022).
  • [Maps]. 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).
  • [Maps]. Civil War Maps, ca. 1860s. Includes printed maps and drawings, from diverse sources. (Wyles Mss 85).
  • [Maps]. Civil War Sites. Maps, flyers, and other ephemera, ca. 1960s. (Wyles SC 748).
  • [Maps]. Cuba Subject Collection, ca. early 1900s. Maps, brochures, and other printed ephemera. (Bernath Mss 187).
  • [Maps]. 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).
  • [Maps]. 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).
  • [Mexico]. Everett (R. W.) Mexico Tour Collection, 1937. (Bernath Mss 377).
  • [Maps]. 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).
  • [Maps]. 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).
  • [Maps]. Historic Urban Plans. Four facsimiles of printed maps and views of Chicago (1779-1857), Honolulu (1854), Kobe (1865), and Tokyo (1854). (SC 1038).
  • [Maps]. Japan Subject Collection, ca. late 1800s-mid 1900s. Maps, brochures, and other printed ephemera. (Bernath Mss 188).
  • [Maps]. Los Olivos, California Maps, 1887. Copies of two printed maps of Los Olivos, in Santa Barbara County, published by the Los Olivos Land Association. (SC 1036).
  • [Maps]. Matthews, William S. [Connecticut Infantry, 5th Regiment (Vol), Band]. One Civil War document (ADS): Discharge, 7 Sept. 1862, and pencil sketch map of Bull Run, n.d. (Wyles SC 427).
  • [Maps]. Maximus [John] Early Map Collection. Early 16th-18th century maps by European cartographers such as Blaeu, Jansson, and Mercator. (Mss 75).
  • [Maps]. Mercator, Gerhard (1512-1594). Belgian cartographer and mathematician. Holdings include a facsimile of the 1540 edition of Literarum Latinarum (1970) [Printers Z43.A3 M5 1540ab] and A Leaf from the Mercator-Hondius World Atlas, Edition of 1619 (1985) [Spec GA236.T56 1985]. Also, there are numerous examples of Mercator’s maps of Europe and Asia Minor, printed between 1574 and 1595, in the John Maximus Collection of antique maps.
  • [Maps]. Myrick (David) Collection, 1965-1995. Several maps prepared for publications of David Myrick, on western railroad history, ghost towns, and San Francisco. (Wyles Mss 79).
  • [Maps]. 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. (SBHC Mss 46).
  • [Maps]. Santa Barbara City and Coast Map, 1928. Large, ca. 30” x 80” map, with hand-colored key and shadings of areas owned/operated by oil companies of the time. (SC 956).
  • [Maps]. Shell, Fred B. One Civil War sketch map of Vicksburg and one carte de visite photograph of Shell, a war correspondent for Harpers Weekly, with Grant’s army during the siege of Vicksburg, 1863. (Wyles SC 199).
  • [Maps]. 6th New York Heavy Artillery Collection, ca 1860s-1900. Correspondence, documents, maps, sketches, newspaper clippings, and historical recollections regarding the involvement of the New York Heavy Artillery, 6th Regiment (Vol.) in the Civil War, apparently as collected by The Fraternity of the Survivors of the Sixth New York Volunteer Artillery, organized at Yonkers, NY, 1890. (Wyles Mss 38).
  • [Maps]. Smith (Ben) Alaska Yukon Gold Rush Collection, ca. 1882-1915 [bulk dates 1898-1901]. Papers of Ben Smith, from Redwood City, California, who went to the Alaska Yukon goldfields ca. 1899-1900, and then apparently returned to California. Includes correspondence, diaries/journals, documents, financial records, maps, and other ephemera, much of it relating to Smith’s stay in Alaska. (Wyles Mss 1).
  • [Maps]. “View of San Francisco, formerly Yerba Buena, in 1846-7, before the Discovery of Gold….” Color [lithograph?], print on paper, by Bosqui Eng. & Print Co. [active ca. 1863-1906]. (SC 1028).
  • [Maps]. 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).
  • [Maps]. Whistler, James A. Two engraved maps of Anacapa Island, by artist Whistler, 1854. (SC 703).
  • [Maps]. World War I Maps, ca. 1917-1919. (Bernath Mss 3).
  • Maps / Atlases. Extensive collection of early 16th-18th century maps by European cartographers such as Blaeu, Jansson, and Mercator (in the John and Peggy Maximus Collection). Also atlases such as Robert Morden, Geography Rectified… (1693). Other early maps and atlases of North America and California, and 19th century maps depicting the Civil War and U.S. expansion (mainly Wyles Collection).
  • Maps of Peru. Two hand-colored maps of Peru: “Carte du Pérou Pour l’histoire Générale des Voyages …,” vol. 11 (or II), page 376, by Benard Direxit, [ca. 1600s?]; and “Carte du Perou, se trouvent les Audiences de Quito, Lima et la Plata …,” by M. Bonne, Paris, [ca. 1600s]. (SC 1040).
  • Maradiaga [Ralph] Collection. (CEMA 35).
  • Marcus Aurelius (121-180) [full name Marcus Aurelius Antoninus]. Roman emperor and philosopher. Holdings include The Emperor Marcus Antoninus, His Conversation with Himself (1701) an early translation into English [Spec B580.C6 1701]; fine press editions of The XII Books of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus the Emperor (1898) by Chiswick Press [Printers Z239.2.C36 M37 1898], Meditations (1956) by the Limited Editions Club [Printers Z239.L5 A8] and Meditations (1957) by the Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 A9].
  • Marcy, William L. (U.S. Secretary of War, 1845-1849). One Mexican War era letter (ALS) to Reuben [?]. Washington, [D.C.], 3 Aug. 1846. (Wyles SC 148).
  • Maric [Bennett] Collection, 1957-1965. Primarily correspondence (mostly outgoing) related to Maric’s efforts through international legal action to recover eight paintings stolen from him in Paris during World War II. (Bernath Mss 12).
  • Marin (John) Collection, ca. 1900-1930s. Five b/w photos and one earlier photogravure of artist John Marin. (SC 863).
  • [Maritime]. Aden [Yemen] Photograph Album, ca. 1937-1938. Album of a British airman, 90+ b/w snapshots with captions, mainly of Aden [Yemen]. Includes shots of fellow British servicemen, military planes and ships, Aden police and military on camels, dhows and other local boats. Also a few photos of Gibraltar, Malta, and Port Said. (Bernath Mss 50).
  • [Maritime]. Alaska and Canada Photograph Album, ca. 1910s-1920s. 22 black and white snapshots, with pencilled captions in English. Includes images of Skagway (town and environs, Princess Ena at dock), Port Alice (Princess Louise barge, view from dock), Prince Rupert (wireless station VAJ), dock area at Barkley Sound, loading Grayling launch on the Princess Ena at San Francisco, S.S. Nanking, Oakland ferry, Victoria harbor, S.S. Knight Templar, other unidentified vessels. (Wyles SC 1053).
  • [Maritime]. 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).
  • [Maritime]. 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).
  • [Maritime]. Alexander [Ship]. One document (AD): Account of provisions expended by the ship Alexander of Boston, on one of the Crozet Islands (located in the Indian Ocean, midway between Madagascar and the coast of Antarctica), 1805. (Wyles SC 477).
  • [Maritime]. American Lloyd’s. Certificate of classification for the 1/2 Brig Mary M. Williams, built November 1862 and metalled December 1873. New York, 18 Dec. 1877. (Wyles SC 211).
  • [Maritime]. American Samoa Photograph Album, ca. 1920s. 109 black and white snapshots, no captions, including images of crew and passengers on a Matson Line ship, Pago Pago and surrounding countryside, harbor, local inhabitants welcoming visitors, daily activities, gardens, houses and other buildings, street scenes, group shots, U.S. Naval officials and families, religious leaders, scenic views. (Wyles Mss 169).
  • [Maritime]. [Broadside]. Auction of the steamer Beatrice (late Rappahannock). "Built by the British Government for a sloop of war in 1856…" (Wyles SC 853).
  • [Maritime]. Buffum, [?]. One lengthy, six-page Civil War letter (AL) to his mother and father, Joshua Buffum, of North Billerica, Massachusetts, recounting the Confederate shelling and capture of the U.S. Steamer Isaac P. Smith, commanded by Lt. F. S. Conover, while on patrol 30 Jan. 1863 along the Stono River, near Charleston, S.C. Washington Navy Yard, 6 Mar. 1863. (Wyles SC 132).
  • [Maritime]. 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).
  • [Maritime]. Chatelain, Henri Abraham. Handcolored plate, “Nouvelle carte pour conduire a la connoissance de la marine et a demontrer la plus part des instrumens …,” vol. 7, no. 42, of the Atlas Historique, published by Henri Abraham Chatelain, 1712. (SC 1022).
  • [Maritime]. China Photograph Album, ca. 1910-1920. 25 black/white photos, captions in English, of lakes, rivers, boats, tea houses, pagodas, and streets scenes with local inhabitants. Locations include Mootoo, Soochow, Tahu Lake, Hangchow, Shanghai, Ningpo, and Nanziang. (Bernath Mss 304).
  • [Maritime]. Civil War Document. Manifest for steamer at Jacksonville, Florida, April 1864. (Wyles SC 1083).
  • [Maritime]. 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).
  • [Maritime]. Civil War Poems. Two handwritten Civil War era poems, one entitled “Increase Our Pay and Rations” and the other written on board the gunboat Osceola the night before the fight, ca. 1861-1865. (Wyles SC 541).
  • [Maritime]. 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. 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).
  • [Maritime]. Collins, S. M. Printed pamphlet, “List of Passengers, Officers, and Crew of the Ship Magnolia, on Her Voyage from New Bedford to San Francisco in 1849, as derived from various unofficial sources,” n.d. (Wyles SC 1068).
  • [Maritime]. 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).
  • [Maritime]. Davis, F. B. Civil War sailor’s diary, aboard the USS Quaker City, 1863. (Wyles SC 414).
  • [Maritime]. 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).
  • [Maritime]. Ericsson [John] Collection, ca. 1862-1866. Civil War era documents and correspondence re Monitor and other naval vessels. (Wyles SC 919).
  • [Maritime]. 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).
  • [Maritime]. Francis, Ebin. One document (ADS) to Captain Thomas Harris re stores shipped on board the ship Juno. Boston, 17 January 1799. (SC 116).
  • [Maritime]. Goodwin [Albert?] Maritime Journal and Poetry Anthology, 1847-1851. Includes entries for a voyage from China to NYC in 1851. (SC 895).
  • [Maritime]. Grant [Campbell] Collection, 1861-1864. Includes eight blockade run invoices and letters (letter press copies 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).
  • [Maritime]. 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).
  • [Maritime]. 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).
  • [Maritime]. 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).
  • [Maritime]. 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).
  • [Maritime]. 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 a few images of Shanghai and the port at Nagasaki. (some showing the Carthage taking on coal). (Bernath Mss 52).
  • [Maritime]. Kamchatka Photograph Album, ca. 1894. 24 mounted black/white photographs of the Kamchatka Peninsula and the Bering Sea, with captions in Russian. Includes images of the visit of a Russian naval ship, as well as two other ships, the H.M.S. Daphne and the U.S.S. Petrel. In 1894 the U.S.S. Petrel was dispatched to the Bering Sea to discourage seal poaching and later took part in Dewey’s capture of Manila Bay. (Bernath Mss 175).
  • [Maritime]. Keller Latin America Diary, 1895. Manuscript pocket diary of U.S.citizen [?] Keller, traveling by steamship, with numerous stops at ports from Valparaiso, Chile, to Panama and Colon, recording impressions of shipboard life, fellow passengers, sights and customs observed along the way, sometimes interspersed with prejudicial comments. (SC 852).
  • [Maritime]. Lancey, Thomas Crosby. One document (ADS), "In Memorium," for a seaman from Dover, Maine, who had served on the Sloop of War Dale, part of the Pacific Coast Squadron, 1846-1849, [ca. 1885]. (Wyles SC 702).
  • [Maritime]. Le Breton, L. Four handcolored prints of ships: “Le Humboldt,” “Pêche a la baleine,” “Steamer le Franklin,” and “Vaisseau mixte de 1er rang courantau plus près tribord amures,” [ca. mid-1800s]. (SC 1023).
  • [Maritime]. Mexican Revolution / U.S. Navy Picture Postcard Collection. Ten black/white picture postcards documenting U.S. Navy actions, mainly of the U.S.S. Maryland along the west coast of Mexico during the Mexican Revolution, ca. 1915. Includes images of the Maryland leaving San Diego Harbor, at Matazlan and Tuxedina Bay, and several photos of torpedoes fired at Mexican ships. (Wyles SC 948).
  • [Maritime]. 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).
  • [Maritime]. Naval Photos. Two b/w mounted prints of unidentified boats, ca. 1900. (Wyles SC 643).
  • [Maritime]. 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).
  • [Maritime]. 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).
  • [Maritime]. North Africa Cruise Album, 1912. Cruise album of a British couple, with about 100 photos and postcard views of Gibraltar, Morocco, Canary Islands, and Madeira. (Bernath Mss 39).
  • [Maritime]. North Africa Photograph Album, ca. early 1900s. 96 b/w images, minimal captions in English, of local inhabitants, city views, street scenes, ports, boats, Roman ruins, in Algeria (Timgad, Lambise, Constantine, Tebessa), Tunisia (Dougga), and Morocco (Fez). (Bernath Mss 293).
  • [Maritime]. Panama and Southwest U.S. Photograph Collection, ca. early 1900s. 31 b/w images, including snapshots of Canal Zone, 1909; unidentified mounted albumen prints of apparently a Southwest town and inhabitants (signs are in English); and two of a boy on horseback. (Wyles Mss 132).
  • [Maritime]. Panama Canal Picture Postcard Collection, ca. 1908-1910. 77 picture postcards, most in color with printed captions. (Wyles SC 627).
  • [Maritime]. 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).
  • [Maritime]. Panama Canal Stereo Glass Slide Set, 1910. Stereo viewer and 48 accompanying black and white stereo glass slides, with views of the Panama Canal and its environs. (Bernath Mss 167).
  • [Maritime]. Pierson, L. E. One letter (ALS) to Pierson´s brother re whaling. Sandwich Islands, n.d. (Wyles SC 176).
  • [Maritime]. Psuik [Robert Bruce] / Navy Pier Oral History, 1984. Santa Barbara focus. (OH 116).
  • [Maritime]. 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).
  • [Maritime]. Romaine (Lawrence B.) Trade Catalog Collection, ca. 1850-1968. 13 boxes on boats (incl. engines and parts, hardware, machinery, boating supplies, manufacturers, motorboat racing, steamship lines, and yacht clubs). (Mss 107).
  • [Maritime]. “St. Louis or Baron de Kalb, the First U.S. Ironclad, Launced Oct. 12th, 1861….” Engraving by George E. Perine & Co., New York, [ca. 1860s]. (Wyles SC 759).
  • [Maritime]. Shanghai Steam Navigation Co. Photograph Album, ca. 1860s-1875. 125 cartes-de-visite (cdv) and 6 cabinet size cards, including a signed and dated cdv of Rutherford B. Hayes. Mainly images of employees, their wives and children, and people associated with the company, a leader in the American China trade and major importer of opium into China. By 1874 Shanghai Steam Navigation Co. had 17 steamships, the largest fleet in Shanghai, but was sold in 1877m after which the American share of Chinese shipping dropped dramatically. (Bernath Mss 47).
  • [Maritime]. Ship Engravings. Collection of engravings, mainly British and American ships, some Civil War era, many clipped from newspapers, ca. 1800s-early 1900s. (Wyles SC 644).
  • [Maritime]. Shippee [William Henry] Whaling Correspondence, 1860-1862. Mainly to father. (Wyles SC 991).
  • [Maritime]. S.S. Carinthia World Cruise Photograph Album, 1926-1927. (Wyles Mss 116).
  • [Maritime]. Stereoscopic Views, ca. 1889-1899. Seven items – military ships ca. time of Spanish-American War, Blackfeet Indians, and movie scene. (Wyles Mss 99).
  • [Maritime]. Swineford (Alfred P.) Papers, 1885-1889. Biographical sketch of Alfred P. Swineford, copies of correspondence from him, to his daughter, Nelly Flower Stafford (Mrs. E. O. Stafford), a manuscript entitled “A Cruise of Ten Thousand Miles in Alaskan Waters,” and a description of Ketchikan. The often lengthy letters describe in detail Swineford’s impressions of Alaska and its inhabitants in the era immediately preceding the Gold Rush there. (Wyles Mss 14).
  • [Maritime]. U.S. Marine Officer´s Philippine Photograph Album, ca. 1905-1906. (Wyles Mss 139).
  • [Maritime]. U. S. Navy in Nicaragua and Panama Photograph Album, ca. 1930. (Bernath Mss 130).
  • [Maritime]. U.S. Steamer Shaumut. One notebook: Muster Roll, including lists of officers, petty officers, seamen, ladsmen, Marines and others on the U.S. Steamer Shaumut, flagship of York River flotilla, commanded by John G. Walker during the Civil War, [ca. 1865]. (Wyles SC 507).
  • [Maritime]. U.S.S. Santee. One stereoview of the deck of the ship, U.S.S. Santee, taken by W. M. Chase, ca. 1900. (Wyles SC 645).
  • [Maritime]. U.S.S. Sharon Victory in the Pacific Photograph Album, 1945-1946. Album containing 35+ b/w photos, all with captions, of a U.S. sailor serving on the U.S.S. Sharon Victory during the latter stages of World War II in the Pacific. Includes photos of the ship and fellow sailors, as well as a number of before and after the war images of Manila, and scenes of Shanghai, and the Panama Canal. (Bernath Mss 57).
  • [Maritime]. U.S.S. Skirmisher. Civil War ship’s logbook, 1862-1863. (Wyles SC 509).
  • [Maritime]. Vera Cruz, Mexico Photograph Collection, 1914. 30 b/w photographs of the U.S. occupation of Vera Cruz, Mexico, April 1914, including picture postcards and panoramas, with images of U.S. troops, ships, Vera Cruz Harbor, Vera Cruz street scenes and prisoners, recreational activities of sailors (many from the U.S.S. Arkansas), and one image of President Taft arriving on board the U.S.S. Arkansas. (Bernath Mss 32).
  • [Maritime]. Wardlaw [Jack P.] Papers, ca. 1938-1940. Pre-World War II period mainly in the U.S. Marine Corps, on the U.S.S. Honolulu. Includes numerous photos. (Wyles Mss 113).
  • [Maritime]. Whaling Ship Almira Account Books, 1866-1870. (Wyles Mss 110).
  • [Maritime]. Whaling Ship Manifests, 1864. 16 masters’ and shippers’ manifests (14 with revenue stamps) for outbound vessels from New Bedford, Massachusetts, destined for the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Also, related manifests listing provisions for ships bound for destinations such as Brazil and Africa. (Wyles SC 1026).
  • [Maritime]. [Willing, Charles]. One letter (ALS) from A. Ro[?], mainly about payment to a Mr. Charles Willing, for rum to replenish a ship’s supply. London, 26 June 1763. (SC 809).
  • [Maritime]. World War II – Philippines, New Guinea, Okinawa Photograph Collection, ca. 1940s. More than 1,000 mostly World War II b/w photos, loose and in three photograph albums, including scenes of U.S. and Japanese military aircraft (intact and destroyed); naval landing-craft during U.S. landing at Lingayen in Jan. 1945. (Bernath Mss 38).
  • [Marivaux]. "Life of Marianne." Holograph ms, an English translation of the first six pages of the first part of what appears to be Marivaux’s unfinished novel, La Vie de Marianne (1731-1741), by an unknown translator, ca. latter 1800s. (SC 175).
  • Mark-Age Collection, 1960s-1980s. 42 printed self study courses and other pamphlets by Mark-Age (Miami and Fort Lauderdale, FL), most discussing Christ Consciousness, as channeled through Nada-Yolanda, with titles such as “Into the Fourth Dimension,” “Life in Our Solar System,” and “A New Heaven and a New Earth.” (ARC Mss 61).
  • 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).
  • Marlowe, Christopher (1564-1593). English playwright. Holdings include fine press editions of Edward the Second (1929) by Aquila Press [Printers Z239.2.A674 M375 1929], The Tragicall History of Doctor Faustus (1932) by the Chiswick Press [Printers Z239.2.C36 M374 1932], and Hero and Leander (1934) by Van Rees Press [Printers Z239.V34 M37 1934].
  • Maron, Stanley Owen. Correspondence, bibliography, published and unpublished artricles, ca. 1954-1988. (HPA SC 84).
  • Marshall, James (1834-1896). One letter (ALS) to W. E. Woodward, laid in Marshall’s The Nation’s Gratitude, 30 May 1866. (Wyles SC 149).
  • Martial (c.40-104) [full name Marcus Valerius Martialis]. Roman poet and epigrammatist. Holdings include editions of his Epigrammata in Latin (1670) [Spec PA6501.A2 1670] and English (1773) [Spec PA6502.S3]; fine press edition from 1921 [Spec PA6502.B83 1921].
  • Martin [John K.] Collection. Extensive collection of printed works, predominantly first editions of British and American fictional and dramatic writers, and contemporary poetry (almost solely American), including several hundred presentation items from the authors to Martin. Also, a related manuscript collection, with material relating to Robert Duncan, Henry Miller, and Tennessee Williams, as well as correspondence to John Martin from Ted Berrigan, Frank O’Connor, Miriam Patchen, Jon Webb, and Emil White (friend of Henry Miller’s at Big Sur). (Mss 145).
  • [Martinique]. 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).
  • [Martinique]. 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).
  • Marvell, Andrew (1621-1678). English poet and politician. Holdings include the pamphlet Mr. Smirke, or, The Divine in Mode (1676) [Spec BV646.M37 1676]. Fine press editions of his poems by the Peter Pauper Press (1942) [Printers Z239.P4 M36] and the Folio Society (1964) [Printers Z239.2.F57 M37], and also an artist’s book edition of To His Coy Mistress (1989) by David Drum [Printers Z239.B876 M37 1989].
  • Marvin [Frances] Mexico Scrapbook, ca. 1945-1947. (Wyles Mss 158).
  • Marvin [Frederick] Civil War Letters, 1864-1865. Mainly to wife. (Wyles SC 990).
  • Maryland. Fifth Maryland Infantry (Vols). One Civil War document (ADS): Return of Deceased Soldiers. Newport News, Virginia, 11 June 1865. (Wyles SC 545).
  • Maryland. Second Eastern Shore Maryland Infantry (Vols). Two Civil War documents (ADS), one re return of deceased soldiers and the other re cost of furnishing transportation to a Sergeant E. Hansen, 1864. (Wyles SC 544).
  • Marysville, California Photograph Album, ca. 1910. 30 black and white snapshots of Marysville, California and surrounding area. Includes images of integrated baseball team, railroad station, tracks, tunnel digging, and locomotive 2580, telegraph and cable office, family and friends, names unknown. (SC 974).
  • [Maslow, Abraham]. 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).
  • Maslow [Abraham] Papers, 1943-1968. Reprints of Maslow’s articles. (HPA Mss 23).
  • Mason, George C. One letter (ALS) to Gertrude [?]. Newport, Rhode Island, 8 July 1888. (Wyles SC 145).
  • Mason, James H. [Private, Illinois Cavalry, 8th Regiment, Company K]. One Civil War document (ADS): Discharge, 23 Apr. 1862. (Wyles SC 419).
  • [Massachusetts]. Adams, Charles F. One letter (TLS) to Charles M. Smith re Smith having been made President of the First Massachusetts Volunteer Cavalry Association. Boston, 22 Oct. 1906. (Wyles SC 2).
  • [Massachusetts]. Almanacs, 1853, 1856. Two almanacs, with daily entries by an unknown author, from the area around Concord, Massachusetts. Talks about chopping wood, plowing, planting, and other agricultural activities, and making occasional trips to Concord. (SC 5).
  • [Massachusetts]. Bacheller (Albert L.) Papers, 1895-1897. Nine letters to the master of a private school in Lowell, Massachusetts re recollections of Abraham Lincoln. Correspondents include Robert Todd Lincoln, Murat Halstead, James Tanner, Charles Francis Adams, Fitzhugh Lee, Henry Brewster, John McConnell and Alva Adams. (Wyles SC 438).
  • [Massachusetts]. Bagg (Aaron) Family Papers, 1790-1846. Documents, receipts, promissory notes and bills of the Lanesborough, Massachusetts family. (SC 11).
  • [Massachussetts]. Barrett, David [Massachusetts Cavalry, 1st Regiment (Vol)]. One Civil War document (ADS): descriptive list of a detachment of recruits being transferred to Camp of Rendezvous (Barrett is the only person listed), 4 Jan. 1864. (Wyles SC 426).
  • [Massachusetts]. Bidwell Family History. One scrapbook, with printed accounts of the Bidwell family, primarily from Massachusetts and Connecticut, including service in the Civil War, n.d. (Wyles SC 577).
  • [Massachusetts]. Calley, James. One document (ADS): Last Will and Testament. Marblehead, Massachusetts, 1 July 1734. (SC 828).
  • [Massachusetts]. Congregational Churches in the U.S. American Board Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Prudential Committee. Board minutes of regular meetings held in Boston, Massachusetts, 1848-1891. In: Nineteenth Century Americana Collection (Mss 2).
  • [Massachusetts]. 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).
  • [Massachusetts]. Endicott, Charlotte M. One document (TDS), permit to collect plant specimens, from the Metropolitan Park Commission. Boston, 22 May 1894. (SC 380).
  • [Massachusetts]. Fearing Family Genealogy, ca. 1880s. Bound volume, with handwritten entries, re a predominantly Massachusetts family. (SC 730).
  • [Massachusetts]. First Massachusetts Heavy Artillery Civil War Letters, 1861-1863. Five letters (ALS) from George W. Clark, Co. E, 1861-1863, and two letters (ALS) from Alexander Smart, Co. F, 1862. (Wyles SC 962).
  • [Massachusetts]. Hetherington, John [Massachusetts Infantry, 21st Regiment (Vol)]. Civil War diary – ms and typescript copies, 1861-1862. (Wyles SC 335).
  • [Massachusetts]. 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).
  • [Massachusetts]. 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).
  • [Massachusetts]. 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).
  • [Massachusetts]. 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).
  • [Massachusetts]. Kendall, Edward Dwight. One document (ADS) re the history of the Independent Corps of Cadets (Guards of the Governor) of Massachusetts and their role in the Civil War, n.d. (Wyles SC 928).
  • [Massachusetts]. Kennison, George B. [Massachusetts Artillery, 1st Regiment, F Company]. One Civil War era document (ADS): Receipt for property of deceased soldier Kennison. Washington, [D.C.], 12 Jan. 1866. (Wyles SC 430).
  • [Massachusetts]. Kingston [Mass.] Collection, ca. 1814-1895. Correspondence, documents, and financial records (mainly bills and receipts) of the Beal and Holmes families, of the Kingston and Plymouth, Massachusetts area. There are a number of items from the Civil War era. (Mss 57).
  • [Massachusetts]. Larcom (Lucy) Collection, ca. 1846-1893. Photographs, correspondence, cards, and clippings relating to Larcom (1824-1893), a Massachusetts poet, storywriter, essayist, abolitionist, and friend of John Greenleaf Whittier. (SC 169).
  • [Massachusetts]. Macy [George N.] / Amasa L. Lincoln Papers, ca. 1779-1899 [bulk dates 1850s-1880s]. Correspondence, photo album, scrapbook, and other Civil War materials, mainly relating to the Twentieth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. Includes correspondence, 1861-1865, from Harvard graduate and Brevet Major General George N. Macy to friend, Boston banker Amasa Lyman Lincoln. (Wyles Mss 35).
  • [Massachusetts]. Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society. Broadside, "Fourth of July! Anti-Slavery Celebration," n.y. (Wyles SC 808).
  • [Massachusetts]. Merrill [Charles A.] Papers, ca. 1840s-1890s. Correspondence, manuscripts of letters to editors, sermons, financial records, Methodist ministerial and camp meeting flyers and pamphlets, essays, and poems of Merrill, a Methodist minister from Holyoke, Massachusetts. Includes letters of Merrill’s son Elmer T. Merrill to Merrill family members during his stay in Europe during the 1880s. Also, some materials regarding the temperance movement. Most items are from Massachusetts, especially the Springfield and Northampton areas. (Mss 59).
  • [Massachusetts]. Nye and Bassett Family Collection, 1819-1890. Deeds and other documents from Massachusetts. (SC 227).
  • [Massachusetts]. One document (ADS) from Holden Township, Worcester County, Massachusetts re survey of plot of land, 2 May 1791. (SC 493).
  • [Massachusetts]. Parkis, Henry W. [15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry]. Autobiography, bound carbon typescript, mainly life in nineteenth century Massachusetts, but also including some Civil War experiences. Linwood, Massachusetts, 1920. (Wyles SC 475).
  • [Massachusetts]. Pembroke, Massachusetts. One Civil War document: Bill approved by town for services and expenses of recruiting agent, 6 Aug. 1864-1 Feb. 1865. (Wyles SC 187).
  • [Massachusetts]. Potter, Cheney. Collection of documents, invoices, and receipts of a Massachusetts doctor, ca. 1809-1836. (SC 242).
  • [Massachusetts]. Proclamations. Six broadsides, proclaiming days of fasting and thanksgiving. Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut, 1868-1869. (Wyles SC 821).
  • [Massachusetts]. Republican State Committee – Massachusetts. Seven printed items, including notices, instructions, and electoral slate, 1880. (SC 256).
  • [Massachusetts]. Robinson Collection, ca. 1739-1931. Correspondence, financial, legal, and religious materials pertaining to a number of apparently unrelated individuals and organizations, primarily from Massachusetts and other parts of the eastern seaboard, from the mid-18th to the early-20th centuries. Some documents in the collection are from the Revolutionary War and Civil War periods. Surnames represented in the collection include: Blatchford, Coates, Cohen, D’Wolf, Hosmer, Lyons, Nathans, Ogden, Stirling, Tilton, and Wells (Welles). Included in the collection are two slave documents (a bill of sale, 1819, and a bill of hire, n.d.). Also, 18th and 19th century correspondence and other items from Great Britain, and 19th century correspondence in German (much of it from the U.S.). Items apparently were collected for autographs, and in some cases have been cut from larger documents. (Wyles Mss 12).
  • [Massachusetts]. 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).
  • [Massachusetts]. Spaulding, L. E. One Civil War letter (ALS) from a soldier in the 39th Massachusetts, re personal matters and daily camp life. Camp Grover, Orffutts Cross Roads, 23 Nov. 1862. (Wyles SC 51).
  • [Massachusetts]. Spaulding Family Papers ca. 1824-1961 [bulk dates 1849-1936]. Correspondence, journals, ledgers, logbooks, photographs and other material relating to the Spaulding family of Boston who, later (1929-1931), also maintained a home in Santa Barbara. Of particular interest is the 1849 California gold rush era diary of Mahlon Day Spaulding (1827-1888), who joined 149 other men from New England, formed a mutual stock company, bought a ship, and traveled around the Horn to California. With the money earned in California, he successfully invested in the wholesale grocery business and the later in the sugar refinery business. After his death, his two sons, William S. Spaulding and John T. Spaulding, took over the sugar company and later sold it to the United Fruit Company. The Spauldings became socially prominent Bostonians and were some of the most important art collectors in the United States. (Wyles Mss 141).
  • [Massachusetts]. 12th Massachusetts Infantry Records, ca. 1861-1864. (Wyles Mss 47).
  • [Massachusetts]. 26th Massachusetts Vol. One Civil War document (ADS): General Orders, 5 July 1864. (Wyles SC 664).
  • [Massachusetts]. U. S. Colored Troops, Massachusetts 54th Regiment. One stereoview of the Civil War survivors of the Massachusetts 54th, marching in parade, Washington Street, 17th July 1875. Photographer: G. J. Raymond & Co., Boston. (Wyles SC 1030).
  • [Massachusetts]. “View of West Village in Canton [MA?].” Created on stone by S. W. Rowse; lithograph by E. W. Bouvé’s Lithography, Boston, n.d. (Wyles SC 786).
  • [Massachusetts]. Western Rail Road Corporation. One Civil War era document: Receipt for transportation of one box of books from Boston. Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 8 July 1861. (Wyles SC 465).
  • [Massachusetts]. Whaling Ship Manifests, 1864. 16 masters’ and shippers’ manifests (14 with revenue stamps) for outbound vessels from New Bedford, Massachusetts, destined for the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Also, related manifests listing provisions for ships bound for destinations such as Brazil and Africa. (Wyles SC 1026).
  • [Massachusetts]. 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).
  • Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society. Broadside, "Fourth of July! Anti-Slavery Celebration," n.y. (Wyles SC 808).
  • Massachusetts Infantry. 4th Regiment (Vol). Company I. Correspondence re reunion and unit history, 1874, 1884. (Wyles SC 333).
  • Massachusetts Infantry, 12th Regiment Records, ca. 1861-1864. Civil War individual service and medical records, lists of circulars, regimental and regular orders received, order books – one with a short history, and photographs for the Massachusetts Infantry, 12th Regiment (Vol.), ca 1861-1864. (Wyles Mss 47).
  • Massachusetts Infantry. 19th Regiment (Vol). One Civil War document (ADS), re issue or transfer of ordnance stores, 30 Sept. 1864. (Wyles SC 334).
  • Masters [Chuck] Vietnam War Correspondence, 1967-1968. Collection of 15 letters from army photographer Lieutenant Chuck Masters, 221 st Singal Col., to friend Dave Schmahl of Alhambra, California. Letters are mainly from Pleiku and Long Binh, Vietnam, and describe day-to-day life, including R&R in Hong Kong. Also, three snapshots of Masters. Bernath Collection. (SC 869).
  • Mathews, Williams S. I.O.O.F. tribute in memory of Mathews. Meriden, Connecticut, 28 Oct. 1903. (Wyles SC 506).
  • Matilda di Canossa (1046-1115). Italian political leader. Holdings include a facsimile edition Vita der Mathilde von Canossa: Codex Vaticanus Latinus 4922 (1984) featuring a 12th century Latin manuscript and a German translation with commentary [Spec PA8310.D6 V5 1984].
  • 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).
  • Matthews, William S. [Connecticut Infantry, 5th Regiment (Vol), Band]. One Civil War document (ADS): Discharge, 7 Sept. 1862, and pencil sketch map of Bull Run, n.d. (Wyles SC 427).
  • [Maugham, W. Somerset]. One signed black and white photograph of a painting of Maugham, with accompanying letter by Alan Searle, Maugham’s secretary, to Ray Johnson, UCSB Manuscripts Curator, 1969. (SC 760).
  • [Maugham, W. Somerset]. Searle, Alan (Secretary to Somerset Maugham). Two letters (TLS) to Laurence Brander, one praising Brander’s book on Maugham, 1963, and one about Maugham’s death, 1966. Villa Mauresque, 1963, 1966. (SC 276).
  • [Maugham, W. Somerset]. Toole-Stott [Raymond] / W. Somerset Maugham Collection, 1904-1974. Some correspondence to and from Maugham, but mainly research files and drafts of Toole-Stott’s bibliographies on Maugham’s writings. Also, nearly 300 first and signed editions of Maugham’s works, cataloged individually. (Mss 143).
  • Maugham [W. Somerset] Correspondence, ca. 1954-1958. Four letters (TLS) and one letter (ALS) to Laurence Brander, re his biography, Maugham’s Then and Now, and other matters. Villa Mauresque, 1954-1958, n.d. Also one picture postcard, portrait of Maugham. (SC 199).
  • Maugham, William Somerset. One letter (TLS) to a Miss Hale, re type of article he might write for Town and Country. Villa Mauresque, September 1, 1937. (SC 604).
  • Maugham, W. Somerset (1874-1965). One letter (TLS) to Louis Blevine, saying that at his age, 91, he no longer can answer extensive questions. Villa Mauresque, 21 Feb. 1964. (SC 200).
  • [Mauritania]. 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).
  • [Mauritius]. Brugada, G. H. de. Three letters (two TLS and one ALS) from Brugada to the duc de Bauffremont re literary matters, including the literary review Zodiaque. Ile Maurice [Mauritius], 1925. (SC 384).
  • [Mauritius]. 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).
  • [Mauritius]. One document: pay warrant from A. Campbell to M. McCarthy, Deputy Pay-Master General, for His Majesty’s forces in Mauritius and Bourbon, 25 February 1813. (SC 418).
  • [Mauritius]. Tredwell (Roger Culver) Photograph Album, ca. 1922-1925. 63 brown tone photographs by Roger Tredwell (1885-1961), taken while he was U.S. Consul General at Large for Central Asia and Africa. Includes scenes and people of Morocco, Egypt, Kenya (Mombasa), Madagascar (Tananarive and elsewhere), Mauritius, Mozambique, South Africa (Orange Free State, Capetown, Cape of Good Hope, and elsewhere), Angola (Luanda), São Tomé, Canary Islands, Sierra Leone, the Gambia, Liberia (Monrovia), Senegal (Dakar), Cape Verde Islands (Mindello, (St. Vincent), Azores, Algeria (Oran, Algiers), Tunisia (Tunis, Carthage),and Malta. (Bernath Mss 360).
  • Mauritius Collection. About 250 books and pamphlets, in French and English, most printed in Port Luis. Includes numerous Creole writings and descriptions of Mauritian life from the early 19th century onward. Titles are cataloged individually.
  • Mauritius Document, 1798. One printed proclamation re authorities and citizens maintaining order. (SC 737).
  • [Maximus, John]. New York Central Railroad Company. Set of 16 letterpress proofs of images and descriptions of nineteenth century railroad engines. Privately printed by Huxley House for New York Central Railroad, 1938. Design, illustration and typography by John Maximus. (SC 994).
  • Maximus [John] Engravings. Four proofs of engravings on boxwood by John Maximus, privately printed by William Edwin Rudge, Sons, New York City, ca. 1936; one proof, from a brush drawing by John Maximus, lithograph end papers for Mountaineering in the Sierra Nevada, by Clarence King, 1935 ed. published by W. W. Norton, New York City. (SC 995).
  • Maximus [John] Early Map Collection. Early 16th-18th century maps by European cartographers such as Blaeu, Jansson, and Mercator. (Mss 75).
  • Maxwell [John S.] Papers, ca. 1864-1915. Correspondence, documents, and photographs, mainly re Maxwell’s service in the Navy during the Civil War. Also, 1907 letter (TLS) from President Theodore Roosevelt re Grand Army of the Republic encampment. (Wyles Mss 7).
  • May [Rollo] Papers, 1918-1995. Extensive manuscript and audiovisual collection from well-known humanistic psychotherapist and popular author Rollo May. (HPA Mss 46).
  • [Mayan Temple]. One black and white print. (Wyles SC 661).
  • Mayer [Jacob Peter] Collection, 1910-1985 [1940s-1960s]. Extensive library assembled by Mayer, political scientist and Alexis de Tocqueville scholar, with strengths in works by and about Tocqueville, Jean Bodin, Montesquieu, Pascal, Burke, Joseph de Maistre, the French Revolution, Marx and Marxism, and British, French, and American history. Rarer volumes from the library are housed in Special Collections, as is a small related collection of biographical information, correspondence, and photographs. (Mss 215).
  • McAllister [Frances B.] Papers, ca, 1964-1979. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) files from CSDI board member Frances B McAllister, including board correspondence and minutes, reports and recommendations to the board, current and pending activities, dialogue discussion papers, financial reports, Pacem in Maribus I-VI, Pacem in Terris I-IV, press releases, publicity, reorganization and relocation proposals, and other materials relating to CSDI programs and administration. Also, International Ocean Institute (IOI) files, including bulletins and reports, correspondence, Friends correspondence, documents and records, and Planning Council correspondence and event materials. (Mss 285).
  • McCabe, George. Proposal for humanistic psychology concentration in M.A. psychology program at Sonoma State University, California, 1964. (HPA SC 81).
  • McClellan, George. One handwritten Civil War telegram, signed Maj. Gen. McClellan, Aug. 24, 1862, re the situation at Rappahannock Station, VA, where a series of minor battles were occurring as a prelude to Gen. Stonewall Jackson’s march on Manassas Junction. (Wyles SC 260).
  • [McClellan, George]. Political cartoon, "How Columbia receives McClellan’s Salutation from the Chicago Platform," referring to McClellan’s 1864 Presidential race to end the Civil War by compromising with the South. (Wyles SC 758).
  • McClellan, George. Three engraved portraits of McClellan in uniform, 1861, 1864, n.d. (Wyles SC 834).
  • McClellan, George B. [Civil War General]. One photograph [carte de visité] of Civil War General George McClellan and wife, n.d., with letter of verification from Lincolniana expert H. E. Baker to William Wyles, 1939. (Wyles SC 624).
  • McClemand, Edward A. One letter (ALS) from Edward A. McClemand’s father to Mrs. Julia Trumbull, re appointment of Edward to the Military Academy at West Point. Springfield, IL, Apr. 13, 1866. (Wyles SC 1084).
  • McClung, P. M. One letter (ALS). Knoxville, TN, Sept. 24, 1847. (SC 1066).
  • McConnell [Robert L.] Collection, ca 1861-1865, 1893. Civil War and later items, of Robert L. McConnell, a Union lieutenant with the Ohio Infantry, 8th Regiment. Includes two letters to friend Mary Williams of Medina, OH, 1861-1862, and one from Mary C. McConnell to her granddaughter, 1866, along with a daguerreotype (presumably of McConnell), a pin (with the inscription “Winchester, Antietam, Fredricksburg, Chancelorville, Gettysburg”), four Masonic pins, and two 1893 Columbian Exposition coins. (Wyles Mss 24).
  • McCord, J. D. One lengthy eight-page Civil War letter (ALS) from J. D. McCord to his cousin, Mrs. R. A. Newton, of Albany, NY, re recent engagements, including a Rebel ambush near Falmouth, Virginia. Also says he has been a butcher the last few months and thinks he is serving the Army just as well by providing food as by killing the enemy. Falmouth, Virginia, 4 May 1862. (Wyles SC 142).
  • McCord [William] Spanish-American War Papers, ca. 1898-1900. (Wyles Mss 157).
  • McCormick [Charles E.] Collection. Audiotapes by McCormick, entitled "Tape Recordings of Short Stories in the Entertainment Field by Chaz." (PA Mss 20).
  • McCormick, Cyrus Hall (1809-1884). Calling card of Cyrus Hall McCormick, inventor of the reaper, with address of 20 East Burton Place, [Chicago], n.d. (SC 541).
  • McCurdy, Bruce. Examples of printing, one as early as 1791, along with 20th century California programs, prospectuses, and examples and correspndence relating to the history of half-tone printing. (SC 770).
  • McDill, Samuel. “I’m Ok, You’re OK” course at Santa Barbara City College, n.d. (HPA SC 82).
  • McDonell Playbill Collection. Theater programs. (PA Mss 9).
  • McDowell, Irvin [Civil War Union General]. One letter (ALS) to Edward W. Stoughton, attorney. San Francisco, 12 Sept. 1880. (Wyles SC 339).
  • McGee [J. Sears] Collection. ca. early 1600s-1880. Photograph and diary (1854-1865) of Susan Alice Gray Sears, a 17th century indenture, several southern Civil War era newspapers, and a Texas Civil War era broadside. Also, a number of 17th-18th century monographs, cataloged separately. (Mss 136).
  • 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).
  • McGuire [R. R.] Collection. Civil War journal, 1861-1862, letter and circular, together with typed transcript and family information. (Wyles SC 574).
  • McKenney, Thomas Irving [Major]. Photographic copy and typed transcript of a Civil War document (ADS): Official Report, Campaign Army of the Border, re campaign in pursuit of rebel force commanded by Major General Sterling Price. Headquarters, Department of Kansas, Fort Leavenworth, 1 Dec. 1864. (Wyles SC 143).
  • McKie [Helen] Collection, ca. 1917-1919. Original and printed drawings by Helen McKie of World War I scenes, many depicting women in the war effort. (Bernath Mss 24).
  • McKinlay, Arthur Patch (1871-?). 11 typescript poems, signed, 1943. Laid in The Passing Show. (SC 187).
  • [McKinley, William]. Ackerman (Marshall) Collection, ca. 1890s-1990s. William McKinley memorabilia, including early and modern first day covers, other philatelatic items, medals, programs, tickets, postcards, souvenir cards, etc. Includes some material re Spanish American War. (Mss 216).
  • [McKinley, William]. Cobb, George H. One disbound photo album including black/white images, various sizes, of family and friends, Santa Barbara and Montecito scenes, President McKinley’s visit to Santa Barbara, ca 1900-1910. (Wyles SC 613).
  • McLeod, Norman [Rev.]. One letter (ALS) from a Congregationalist missionary, mainly about converting Mormons in the area to the First Church of Jesus Christ (Congregational), but getting no support from the church in the East. Salt Lake City, 25 Apr. 1865. (Wyles SC 141).
  • McMillan [Horace James] Papers. Correspondence files, notes, addresses and speeches to the Santa Barbara City Council, meeting agendas and minutes, motion picture film and newspaper clippings that cover the issues of racism, housing, and urban social problems, from a local area physician, community leader and civil rights advocate. (CEMA 7).
  • McNabb [Katherine] Oral History, 1971. Interviews with UCSB librarian McNabb, re her times at Columbia Library School, Greenwich Village in the 1930s, Kansas City Public Library, and the UCSB Library. (OH 61).
  • McNear [George C.] Letters, 1865-1866. Seventeen letters (ALS) to his wife Maria, mainly re his tenuous business efforts in New Orleans, in the wake of the Civil War. (Wyles SC 144).
  • McRee (Rev. James F.) Oral History, 1989. Life history, providing a glimpse into the internal workings of the Civil Rights Movement and the forces that led McRee to organize the first Head Start program in Mississippi. Part of the Age of Segregation Oral History Project. (OH 63).
  • Meagher, Thomas F. [Captain, New York Infantry, 69th Regiment (Vol), Company K]. One Civil War Document (ADS): Pass, 15 Aug. 1861. (Wyles SC 366).
  • Meca [Andrew] Oral History. Interview with the Director of the California Self-Esteem Task Force. Humanistic Psychology Project. (OH 64).
  • MEChA Collection. Materials relating to El Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (MEChA), Chicano student movement of Aztlán. (CEMA 36).
  • Medicine. See: Health and Medicine.
  • Medicine and Medical History. 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). Also see Health and Medicine.
  • Medieval Manuscript Fragments Collection, 10th-18th centuries [bulk dates 12th-14th centuries]. Approximately 30 leaves or fragments from religious texts and scholarly notebooks, including bibles, scholastic notebooks, service and devotional books. (Mss 175).
  • Meeker, Arthur, Jr. One letter (TLS) to Mr. [?] Titus, re Meeker’s radio speech and his book, The Ivory Mischief. Wayne, Illinois, 22 Jan. 1941. (SC 182).
  • 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).
  • Melton [J. Gordon] Papers, ca. 1960s-1990s. Mainly research files of Melton, prolific author of religious reference works and donor of much of UCSB’s American Religions Collection. Includes bibliographical, biographical, ISAR (Institute for the Study of American Religions), and legal files (mainly copies of depositions, testimony, and exhibits relating to cases for which Melton was asked to be an expert witness), publication files (copies of articles and papers, drafts of manuscripts, and some related correspondence), research files, mainly in support of writing projects such as the Encyclopedia of American Religions, Spiritual Frontier Fellowship files (Melton was a field rep in the early 1970s), and teaching files (course outlines and related material, mainly UCSB courses). (ARC Mss 20).
  • Melville, Herman (1819-1891). American novelist. Holdings include Typee (1846) [Spec PS2384.T8 1846b], Omoo: A Narrative of Adventures in the South Seas (1847) [Spec PS2384.O6 1847b], Redburn (1850) [Spec PS2384.R4 1850 vault], Battle-Pieces and Aspects of the War (1866) [Wyles PS2384.B3 1866], the 12-volume set The Works of Herman Melville (1922) [Spec PS2380.F22], The Piazza Tales (1929) [Spec PS2384.P4 1929], and On the Slain Collegians (1971) [Spec PS2382.F7 and Printers Z276.5.M44]. Fine press editions of Benito Cereno by the Nonesuch Press (1926) [Printers Z239.2.N6 M44] and the Imprint Society (1972) [Spec PS2384.B4]; Journal Up the Straits (1935) by Pynson Printers [Printers Z239.P89 M45 1935]; Typee (1935) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS2384.T8 1935]; The Encantadas by Grabhorn Press (1940) [Spec PS2384.E6 1940 and Printers Z239.G7 M38] and the Gehenna Press (1963) [Printers Z239.G38 M45 1963 vault]; Moby Dick by the Limited Editions Club (1934) [Spec PS2384.M6 1943], the Folio Society (1974) [Spec PS2384.M6 1974], and Arion Press (1981) [Spec PS2384.M6 1981b]; Billy Budd / Benito Cereno (1965) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS2384.B5 1965]; Cetology (1973) by Red Angel Press [Printers Z239.R42 M44 vault]; John Marr (1980) by the Menhaden Press [Spec PS2384.J62 1980], Rock Rodondo (1981) by Red Angel Press [Printers Z239.R42 M45 1981], and Selected Poems (1995) by Arion Press [Printers Z239.A726 M45 1995].
  • "Memorial to the Loyal Sons of the South, Brave Confederate Heroes Who Fought and Gave Their Lives in the War of Secession, 1861-1865." Broadside, with numerous portraits, n.d. 2 copies. (Wyles SC 805).
  • [Mencken, H. L.] 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).
  • 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).
  • Mendez [Miguel] Papers. Original literary manuscripts and essays, correspondence files, photographs, an unpublished novel, ephemera, audio-tapes, and files related to the literary magazine he directed at Pima College, of Mendez, one of the leading writers in the field of Chicano literature. (Mss 239).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Mercator, Gerhard (1512-1594). Belgian cartographer and mathematician. Holdings include a facsimile of the 1540 edition of Literarum Latinarum (1970) [Printers Z43.A3 M5 1540ab] and A Leaf from the Mercator-Hondius World Atlas, Edition of 1619 (1985) [Spec GA236.T56 1985]. Also, there are numerous examples of Mercator’s maps of Europe and Asia Minor, printed between 1574 and 1595, in the John Maximus Collection of antique maps.
  • 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).
  • Meriden Gravure Company Collection, ca. 1964-1971. Printed examples from the Meriden Gravure Company of Meriden, Connecticut, including booklets, calendars, exhibition catalogs, guides, journals, and pamphlets commissioned by a number of galleries, museums, organizations, and universities and colleges. (Printers Mss 13).
  • Merrill [Charles A.] Papers, ca. 1840s-1890s. Correspondence, manuscripts of letters to editors, sermons, financial records, Methodist ministerial and camp meeting flyers and pamphlets, essays, and poems of Merrill, a Methodist minister from Holyoke, Massachusetts. Includes letters of Merrill’s son Elmer T. Merrill to Merrill family members during his stay in Europe during the 1880s. Also, some materials regarding the temperance movement. Most items are from Massachusetts, especially the Springfield and Northampton areas. (Mss 59).
  • Metcalf, G. E. One letter (ALS) to his father, Dr. A. B. Metcalf re Mexican American War. Camp Allin, Monterey, Mexico, 28 Nov. 1846. (Wyles SC 156).
  • Methodist Itinerant System. Broadside, printed by John C. Totten, New York, [ca. early 1800s. (SC 735).
  • [Mexican Americans / California / Civil War]. 1 broadside, “A los Mexicanos – e Hispano-Americanos…,” San Francisco, 1863. (Wyles SC 930).
  • Mexican Cowboy Tintype, ca. 1860s. One seated portrait, location unknown. (Wyles SC 1004).
  • [Mexican Expedition]. 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).
  • [Mexican Expedition]. Pershing, John J. One letter (TLS) to Harry Owsley, holiday greetings. Headquarters Punitive Expedition, U.S.A., Colonia Dublan, Mexico, 3 Jan. 1916. (SC 238).
  • Mexican Expedition Postcards, [ca. 1910s]. Six photo postcards: three color, three black and white. Includes images of batteries in action, field wireless, engineers building pontoon bridge, and train with troops. (Wyles SC 1070).
  • Mexican Manuscripts Collection, 1776-1837. Documents relating to institutions and property in the State of Puebla, Mexico. (Bernath Mss 13).
  • Mexican Revolution Photograph Postcards, ca. 1913. 22 b/w and 1 color photograph postcards, some with messages though not mailed. Includes images of Mexican Army and rebel soldiers, street and plaza scenes, “Indians with Maderos Army,” cavalry, fighting, bodies and war damage. (SC 968).
  • Mexican Revolution / U.S. Navy Picture Postcard Collection. Ten black/white picture postcards documenting U.S. Navy actions, mainly of the U.S.S. Maryland along the west coast of Mexico during the Mexican Revolution, ca. 1915. Includes images of the Maryland leaving San Diego Harbor, at Matazlan and Tuxedina Bay, and several photos of torpedoes fired at Mexican ships. (Wyles SC 948).
  • [Mexican War]. Currier Print. One hand-colored print by N. Currier, "Bombardment of Vera Cruz, March 25th, 1847." (Wyles SC 599).
  • [Mexican War]. "Indian Maid of the Chapparal." Broadside, 1852, with lyrics to song by George Bombarger, including references to then recent Mexican War. (Wyles SC 736).
  • [Mexican War]. Marcy, William L. (U.S. Secretary of War, 1845-1849). One Mexican War era letter (ALS) to Reuben [?]. Washington, [D.C.], 3 Aug. 1846. (Wyles SC 148).
  • [Mexican War]. Metcalf, G. E. One letter (ALS) to his father, Dr. A. B. Metcalf re Mexican American War. Camp Allin, Monterey, Mexico, 28 Nov. 1846. (Wyles SC 156).
  • [Mexican War]. Orendorff, William F. [Captain, New York 21st Brigade and 13th Division of Infantry]. One document (ADS): Brigade Order, re resignation of Captain Orendorff, 26 June 1847. From: CDCC. (Wyles SC 565).
  • [Mexican War]. [Stough, Oliver J.]. Copy of "Memoirs and Memories of Oliver J. Stough, 1828-1925," written by Isabella Churchill, descendent of Stough. Includes Mexican War and Civil War accounts. (SC 752).
  • [Mexican War]. Terry, I. A. One letter (ALS) to J. I. Frost re Mexican War. New Orleans, 26 July 1845. (Wyles SC 242).
  • [Mexican War]. Thomas, Lorenzo [1804-1875; Chief of Staff to Gen. Winfield Scott]. One letter (ALS) re sale of stores at the end of the Mexican War. Headquarters, Army of Mexico, 26 May 1848. (Wyles SC 244).
  • [Mexican War]. William Wyles Collection. Contains a number of contemporaneous printed works, including documents, first hand accounts, reports, sermons, and speeches, as well as later memoirs and historical studies. Items are cataloged individually.
  • [Mexico]. Benitez Family [Guadalajara, Mexico] Photograph Album, ca. 1880s-1890s. (Bernath Mss 258).
  • [Mexico]. 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).
  • [Mexico]. 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).
  • [Mexico]. Chiapas, Mexico Photograph Album, ca. late 1920s. 50 photographic postcards, with captions. Includes images of local men, women, and children, buildings, parks, railroad, airfield, panoramic views, and street scenes of Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapa de Corzo, Tonalá, Comitán de Domínguez, Tapachula, Arriaga, and surrounding areas. (Bernath Mss 171).
  • [Mexico]. Crowe [Phillip A.] Report of the Mission to Central America and Mexico for the World Wildlife Fund, 1967. (SC 898).
  • [Mexico]. Currier Print. One hand-colored print by N. Currier, "Bombardment of Vera Cruz, March 25th, 1847." (Wyles SC 599).
  • [Mexico]. 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).
  • [Mexico]. 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).
  • [Mexico]. 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).
  • [Mexico]. 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).
  • [Mexico]. 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). (Wyles Mss 259).
  • [Mexico]. Jones [Albert B.] Mexican Copybook, 1898-1899. (Wyles SC 1005).
  • [Mexico]. 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).
  • [Mexico]. Marvin [Frances] Mexico Scrapbook, ca. 1945-1947. (Wyles Mss 158).
  • [Mexico]. Mexican Revolution Photograph Postcards, ca. 1913. 22 b/w and 1 color photograph postcards, some with messages though not mailed. Includes images of Mexican Army and rebel soldiers, street and plaza scenes, “Indians with Maderos Army,” cavalry, fighting, bodies and war damage. (SC 968).
  • [Mexico]. 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).
  • [Mexico]. Powell [Philip W.] Papers, ca. 1930s-1980. Mainly drafts of writings and research files including copies of 16th-18th century Spanish and Mexican government documents, of a UCSB Latin American scholar. (UArch FacP 18).
  • [Mexico]. Prigoff (James) Slide Collection, 1975-2003. 429 slides, overwhelmingly of mural art and of spray can art, visually documenting important aspects of the Chicano art movement in California, in particular in the San Diego and Tijuana area. (CEMA 102).
  • [Mexico]. 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).
  • [Mexico]. Smith [Donald Ellsworth] Travel Scrapbook, ca. 1931-1979 [bulk dates 1931, 1935, 1974-1979]. Scrapbook and loose papers, including correspondence, travel accounts, b/w snapshots, documents, maps, and tourist brochures, mainly about trips to Mexico, including Guyamas and Hermosillo areas. (SC 280).
  • [Mexico]. 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).
  • [Mexico]. Vera Cruz, Mexico Photograph Collection, 1914. 30 b/w photographs of the U.S. occupation of Vera Cruz, Mexico, April 1914, including picture postcards and panoramas, with images of U.S. troops, ships, Vera Cruz Harbor, Vera Cruz street scenes and prisoners, recreational activities of sailors (many from the U.S.S. Arkansas), and one image of President Taft arriving on board the U.S.S. Arkansas. (Bernath Mss 32).
  • [Mexico]. Zihuatenejo Railroad [Michoacan, Mexico] Photograph Album, 1936. (Bernath Mss 266).
  • Mexico Subject Collection. (Bernath Mss 259).
  • Mexico Photograph Album, 1898. 132 sepia albumen prints in an album of Isabel Nesmith, who left San Francisco on the Pacific Mail boat SS San Blas and traveled to Mazatlan, Manzanilla, Acapulco, Tehauntepec, Amatė, Minatitlan, Vera Cruz, Orizaba, and Mexico City, as well as visiting friends, the Macfarlands, and their neighbors at a rubber plantation on the Coatzacoalcos River. (Bernath Mss 191).
  • Mexico Photograph Album, 1910. (Bernath Mss 302).
  • Mexico Photograph Postcards, ca. 1940s-1950s. 56 b/w photograph postcards, some stamped and with messages; images of street scenes, people, churches and other buildings, waterways, gardens. Locations include Acapulco, Cuernavaca, Mexico City, Oaxaca, Popocatepetl, Taxco, and Xochimilco. (SC 967).
  • Mexico – Regimentos Manuscript Documents, 1806-1809. Lists, notices, payments pertaining to the royal army in Mexico. (SC 903).
  • Michaelis [Ruth] Collection. German-born contralto. (PA Mss 15).
  • [Michigan]. Anti-Viet Nam War Collection, ca. late 1960s-early 1970s. 60+ flyers, handbills, newsletters, and other ephemera, mainly Detroit and Ann Arbor, Michigan area Groups represented include the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), Viet Nam Veterans Against the War, Inc., Black Panther Party, White Panthers, War Resisters League, Michigan Anti-Imperialist Coalition, and the National Peace Action Coalition. (SC 865).
  • [Michigan]. 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).
  • [Michigan]. 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).
  • [Michigan]. Eastman, Seth [Captain]. One engraving, “Ruins of Old Fort Mackanack, 1763.” (Wyles SC 614).
  • [Michigan]. 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).
  • [Michigan]. Loomis [R. H.] Collection, ca 1864-1865, 1886. About 100 Civil War documents of Royal H. Loomis, a Union captain, 2nd Michigan Cavalry, Co. A, including mustering and mustering out rolls, orders, lists of equipment and stores, and discharge papers, the bulk from 1864-1865. Also, an 1886 document certifying Loomis’ service in the Civil War. (Wyles Mss 23).
  • [Michigan]. Snook, J. J. One printed poem, “The Glorious 22nd,” re the Civil War actions of the 22nd Michigan. Rochester, Michigan, 23 Aug. 1909. (Wyles SC 213).
  • [Michigan]. Wyles Family. Four photo postcards of Vernon and Corunna, Michigan, one addressed to Mrs. Frances A. Wyles of Santa Barbara, CA, Sept. 12, 1908. (SC 460).
  • [Michigan]. Young Family Papers, ca. 1839-1911. Correspondence and business-related materials concerning the Young family of Paw Paw, Michigan, as well as correspondence relating to a number of other Michigan families including Butler, Carpenter, Comstock, Goodrich, Henry, Hibner, Maloney, Moyer, Nellie, Poucher, Richards, Shallenberger, Shekell, Toll, Tucker, Welch, and Wood. Interspersed throughout the collection are Civil War letters from members of the various families. (Wyles Mss 19).
  • [Micronesia]. 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).
  • [Middle East]. Gildea [James G.] Middle East Railroad Collection, ca. 1940s-1970s [bulk dates early 1950s]. Bulk of collection is documents and photos re construction of Saudi Government Railway, ca. early 1950s. Gildea later lived in Santa Barbara. (Bernath Mss 219).
  • [Middle East]. 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).
  • 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); also Egypt (Port Said, Ismailia, Alexandria, Memphis, Cairo, the Nile, Pyramids, Sphinx, National Museum), Iraq (Baghdad, Kadimain, Babylon, Ur, Euphrates River, Kufa, Mosul, Kirkuk), Syria (Damascus, Aleppo, Palmyra), and Lebanon (Baalbek, Nakura, Damour Valley, Beirut). Included are many shots of local residents, street scenes, buildings, monuments, and countryside. (Bernath Mss 68).
  • Midget Performers Photograph Albums, 1868. (PA SC 21).
  • Mier y Campillo, Francisco. Printed broadsheet, in Spanish, list of prohibited books, signed by D. Diego de Montes, Sec., July 31, 1815. (SC 998).
  • Military / Warfare. Printed works and manuscript collections on topics such as arms, equipment, explosives, defense industry, military strategy, and military transport. See also: Civil War, Mexican War, Spanish American War, World War I, and World War II.
  • [Military / Warfare]. American Military Mission War School – Turkey Photograph Album, 1947. (Bernath Mss 145).
  • [Military / Warfare]. 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).
  • [Military / Warfare]. 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).
  • [Military / Warfare]. British Military in India, and Burma Photograph Album, 1930s. 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. (Bernath Mss 67).
  • [Military / Warfare]. Civil War Arms, 1860-1861. 13 items – bills, notes, letter, re purchase of guns from Baltimore arms dealer, Magruder, Taylor & Roberts. Includes mention of Colts, Whitneys, Smith & Wessons, as well as cartridges and powder flasks. Some orders are from Southern buyers in North and South Carolina. (Wyles SC 961).
  • [Military / Warfare]. 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).
  • [Military / Warfare]. 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).
  • [Military / Warfare]. French Soldier’s Turkey-Syria Photograph Album, ca. 1919-1921. 100+ small black/white snapshots, with 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).
  • [Military / Warfare]. G.E. Tempo Records. Unclassified documents and reports, ca. 1957-1969, of the Santa Barbara based defense research arm of General Electric Company. (Mss 139).
  • [Military / Warfare]. 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).
  • [Military / Warfare]. 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).
  • [Military / Warfare]. 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).
  • [Military / Warfare]. 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).
  • [Military / Warfare]. 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).
  • [Military / Warfare]. 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).
  • [Military / Warfare]. Maxwell [John S.] Papers, ca. 1864-1915. Correspondence, documents, and photographs, mainly re Maxwell´s service in the Navy during the Civil War. (Wyles Mss 7).
  • [Military / Warfare]. Mexican Revolution / U.S. Navy Picture Postcard Collection. Ten black/white picture postcards documenting U.S. Navy actions, mainly of the U.S.S. Maryland along the west coast of Mexico during the Mexican Revolution, ca. 1915. Includes images of the Maryland leaving San Diego Harbor, at Matazlan and Tuxedina Bay, and several photos of torpedoes fired at Mexican ships. (Wyles SC 948).
  • [Military / Warfare]. Mexico – Regimentos Manuscript Documents, 1806-1809. Lists, notices, payments pertaining to the royal army in Mexico. (SC 903).
  • [Military / Warfare]. Romaine (Lawrence B.) Trade Catalog Collection, ca. 1850-1968. One box on explosives; two boxes on firearms; one box on pyrography. (Mss 107).
  • [Military / Warfare]. World War I – U.S. Signal Corps Photograph Collection, 1918. 102 b/w professional photographs, with images of tanks, planes, fighting in the trenches, convoys, artillery, battle scenes, troops on the march, transport by trucks, rail, boats, and horse/mule-drawn wagons, towns and villages under siege and in ruins. (Bernath Mss 83).
  • [Military / Warfare]. World War Through the Stereoscope, ca. 1914-1918. Boxed set of 75 stereoscopic views, World War I scenes, by the Keystone View Co. (Bernath Mss 85).
  • [Military / Warfare]. World War II – Philippines, New Guinea, Okinawa Photograph Collection, ca. 1940s. More than 1,000 mostly World War II b/w photos, loose and in three photograph albums, many lacking identification. Includes scenes in Manila, Lingayen, Laoag, and other Philippine towns, many showing destruction of the war; railroad yards at Tarlac, Luzon; local population, villages and scenes in Philippines and Biak Island, New Guinea; scenes in Okinawa, including surrender of Japanese forces there. Also, U.S. and Japanese military aircraft (intact and destroyed); naval landing-craft during U.S. landing at Lingayen in Jan. 1945; U.S. military camps and personnel; numerous scenes in the U.S. (Ohio, Florida, California), many with soldiers and sailors with family and friends; 1947 Cleveland air-show; and other post-war travel photos. (Bernath Mss 38).
  • Military / Warfare. See also: Korean War.
  • Military / Warfare. See also: Mexican Expedition.
  • Military / Warfare. See also: Mexican War.
  • Military / Warfare. See also: Spanish-American War.
  • Military / Warfare. See also: Vietnam War.
  • Military / Warfare. See also: World War I.
  • Military Warfare. See also: World War II.
  • Mill Photographs. Two black and white photographs of unidentified mills, ca. 1908, n.d. (SC 1050).
  • [Millar, Kenneth]. 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).
  • Millar, Kenneth. Handwritten review [attributed to Millar] of Spectrum, the UCSB student literary magazine, ca. 1957. (SC 202).
  • [Millar, Margaret]. 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).
  • Miller [Arthur] / After the Fall Collection, ca. 1963-1964. Files of the printer/typographer Milton B. Glick, who designed the dust jacket for the 1964 Viking Press edition of After the Fall. Included are galley proofs, page proofs, sample pages, mockups, business correspondence, and other material relating to the Viking Press publication. (Mss 80).
  • Miller [Eleanor] Photograph Albums of New Zealand, ca. 1886. Three photograph albums: two labelled "New Zealand" and one labelled "Maories". Approximately 180 commercial b/w photographs, mainly by Burton Bros, Dunedin, with printed captions, of areas such as Ohinematu, Wairoa, Rotomahana, Mount Kimberley, Milford Sound, Wakatipu, New Plymouth, Wellington, Nelson, Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin, and Lyttleton. Maori photographs of chiefs, elders, families, and other groups, some as portraits and many in front of residences and other buildings. (Mss 173).
  • Miller, Emmett E. Flyers, brochures, and guide re Source Cassette Learning Systems (Stanford, CA), ca. 1980-1987. (HPA SC 85).
  • [Miller, Henry]. 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).
  • [Miller, Henry]. Corle [Jean and Edwin] Correspondence, 1945-1951, 1981. Six letters (TLS) from correspondents including Witter Bynner, Joseph Henry Jackson, Henry Miller, Charles Nordhoff, and Wallace Stegner. The April 7, 1947 Miller letter, mainly concerning his book Into the Night Life, is to Merle Armitage, who added a note and forwarded it to the Corles. (SC 867).
  • [Miller, Henry]. 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).
  • [Miller Henry]. “List for Anaïs [Nin]” Typescript carbon, with names and addresses of individuals, mainly U.S. but some France and England, some crossed out, arranged alphabetically by surname, ca. 1949. Includes names of other authors such as Maxwell Anderson and Lawrence Durrell, and Santa Barbara publisher Noel Young. The purpose of the list is unstated. (SC 563).
  • [Miller, Henry]. Peatman [Philip] / Henry Miller Collection, 1926-1980. Correspondence, articles, photographs, advertising brochures, sound recordings, and other material by and related to Henry Miller, and collected by Philip D. and Sylvia Peatman. Part of a larger collection of printed works, which have been cataloged separately. (Mss 29).
  • Miller, Henry. One black and white publicity photo by Cedric Wright and one clipping, laid in Miller’s Opus Pistorum (PS3525.I5454 O64 1983). (SC 638).
  • Miller, Henry. One letter (ALS) to a Mr. Skrochi re sale of Miller’s books and other matters. Pacific Palisades, California, Nov. 28, 1975. (SC 608).
  • Miller, Henry. One letter (ALS) to D. Ray re Miller’s manuscript, Hour of Man, inability to speak in public, and hectic schedule. (SC 607).
  • Miller, Henry. One printed leaf, signed by Miller, about the nature of love, n.d. (SC 815).
  • Miller, Henry. One printed postcard with holograph note re purchasing his paintings. Big Sur, California, 31 July 1944. (SC 204).
  • Miller [Henry] / Corle [Edwin] Correspondence, 1947-1954. Three letters (two ALS and one TLS), and two notes (ANS) (postcards) from Miller, while at Big Sur, to Corle. Talks about visit from Corle, mentions Merle Armitage and Fraenkel, discusses his book The Smile at the Foot of the Ladder, its translations and foreign editions. (SC 814).
  • Miller [Henry] / Martin [John] Correspondence, 1978-1984. 13 letters (ALS) to John Martin, mainly about Black Sparrow publishing his work, 1978-1979. Also, two holiday greeting cards, with Miller poem, from Capra Press to Martin, 1981, 1984. (SC 203).
  • [Miller, Joaquin] (1841-1913). One letter (ALS) from F. M. DeWitt to Charles W. Kozlay, and related material, regarding inscription in Miller’s book, First Fam’lies of the Sierras, and laid in that book, 1911. (SC 201).
  • Miller [Martin V.] Civil War Letter, 1861. (Wyles SC 1018).
  • Miller, May Merrill. One letter (TLS) to Mr. [?] Baird of the Talisman Press, re purchase of historical publications and her writing, including her novel, First the Blade. Pacific Palisades, California, 16 Apr. 1963. (SC 181).
  • Miller Plantation Company Photograph Album, 1902-1904. 83 b/w prints of the Miller Plantation Company of Cuatotolapam, Veracruz, Mexico, depicting sugar cane production and refining, and related ranch activities. Includes “field and interior factory views of production machinery, indigenous plantation workers and cowboys, and horse-mounted field supervisors. Diverse views of the company’s vast sugar fields, railroad spurs, refining factory (large-scale vats, kilns, and other machinery), factory village with housing, group shots of indigenous factory workers. (Bernath Mss 173).
  • Miller, Sadie Mathers. One letter (TLS) and two printed poem cards, n.d., to Harvey Taylor of Los Angeles, asking how much it would cost for him to set the poems to music. Laid in Miller’s Candle’s Radius (PS3525.I559 C36 1930z). (SC 633).
  • Milliken, J. A. One Civil War letter (ALS) to E. W. Jackson, re Lincoln inaugural. Augusta House, [?], 5 Mar. 1861. (Wyles SC 522).
  • 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).
  • Milosz, Czeslaw. One letter (ALS) to UCSB Librarian, Allen B. Veaner, decling invitation to be 1983 Corle speaker. Berkeley, 21 June 1982. (SC 205).
  • Milton, Harold. Flyers and brochures re Harold Milton Associates (Santa Barbara, CA), ca. 1983-1987. (HPA SC 86).
  • Milton, John (1608-1674). English poet and essayist. Holdings include early editions of The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce (1644) [Spec PR3570.D6 1644 vault], Tetrachordon (1645) [Spec PR3570.T4 1645], The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates (1649) [Spec JC392.D4 M5], a first edition of Paradise Regain’d (1671) including “Samson Agonistes” [Spec PR3563 1671b], Poems, &c. Upon Several Occasions (1673) [Spec PR3552.A15 1673], and an early edition of Paradise Lost (1688) including Paradise Regain’d and “Samson Agonistes” [Spec PR3560 1688]. Also, Le Paradis Perdu (1792) in French [Spec PR3561.F5 D8 1792 vault]; the six-volume set The Poetical Works of John Milton (1801) [Spec PR3551.T7 1801]; and The Complete Poetical Works of John Milton (1852), part of the “Books Lincoln Read” collection [Wyles E457.21.L51 M5]. Fine press editions of Paradise Lost by the Cresset Press (1931) [Printers Z239.2.C7 M5] and the Arion Press (2002) [Printers Z239.A726 M56 2002 vault]; The Masque of Comus by the Gregynog Press (1931) [Printers Z239.2.G7 M54 vault] and the Limited Editions Club (1954) [Spec PR3557.A1 1954 and Printers Z239.L5 M54 1954]; L’Allegro and Il Penseroso by the Ashlar Press (1932) [Printers Z239.A744 M547 1932 and Printers Z239.A744 M548 1932], the Limited Editions Club (1954) [Spec PR3555.A1 1954], and the Heritage Press (1954) [Printers Z239.H46 M447 1954]; On the Morning of Christ’s Nativity by Pear Tree Press (1930) [Printers Z239.2.P37 M54] and the Golden Hind Press (1933) [Printers Z239.G65 M54 1933]; Poems by the Peter Pauper Press (1947) [Printers Z239.P4 M55 1947]; and Areopagitica by the Rampant Lions Press (1973) [Printers Z239.2.R3 M54].
  • 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).
  • Mining. Printed works and manuscripts, many pertaining to the California Gold Rush and other mining endeavors in the West. Also some materials from other parts of the world. Early printed materials include: Francisco Javier de Gamboa, Comentarios a las ordenanzas de minas (1761); France, Intendance de Lyon, Ordonnance de M. l´intendant de la ville et généralité de Lyon: portant réglement pour la police des mines de houille ou charbon de ter...(1782); John Muller, The Attack and Defense of Fortified Places...Containing...III. A Treatise on Mines (1791); Albert M. Gilliam, Travels in Mexico, during the Years 1843 and 44; Including a Description of California, the Principal Cities and Mining Districts of that Republic... (1847); John Sherer, The Gold-finder of Australia... (1853); John Charles Fremont, The Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, Oregon and California...with Recent Notices of the Gold Region... (1853); Geological Survey of California: Report on the Geology of the Coast Mountains; Embracing Their Agricultural Resources and Mineral Productions. Also, Portions of the Middle and Northern Mining Districts (1855).
  • [Mining]. Aguacate Mines Photograph Album, ca. 1900. 60 b/w photos, most with captions, of the Aguacate gold mines in Costa Rica and environs, buildings such as the saw mill, commissary, cabins, farms, superintendent and staff, workers, and families, as well as a few images of San José, including the National Theatre. (Bernath Mss 137).
  • [Mining]. Alaska / Klondike Magic Lantern Slides, 1898-1912. 52 slides, including images of indigenous population, as well as miners and seal-fur company employees, reindeer wrangling, steamers in ice, and eruption of Mt. Katmai in 1912. Locations include Nome, St. Michaels, Fort Wrangle, Kodiak, and Port Clarence. (Wyles Mss 143).
  • [Mining]. 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).
  • [Mining]. 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).
  • [Mining]. Belgian Congo Mining Photograph Albums, ca. 1920-1922. Two albums, 93 b/w photographs, some captions in French, many of what appears to be early diamond mining in what was then the Belgian Congo, with images of laborers, European overseers, heavy machinery, and settlements. Places named include Mulomba, Bamba, Djoko, and Kinshasa. Also a few images of Dakar and Tenerife, taken on the outward voyage. (Bernath Mss 279).
  • [Mining]. Bond [Marshall, Jr.] Gold Mining Photographs, 1934, 1937. 32 b/w 3 3/4" x 5" copy prints of gold mining by Marshall Bond and others, mostly at Midlle Buttes, near Mojave, California. (Wyles SC 607).
  • [Mining]. California Gold Miners Scale, ca. 1850s-1860s. (Wyles Mss 142).
  • [Mining]. [California Miners’ Payroll]. Monthly ledger sheets, Feb. 1877-Dec. 1878, for Consolidated Mining Co., Dardenelles Consolidated General Mining Co., and others, all located in Forest Hill, Placer County, California. Lists names, mining occupations, and duties, including one entry for a Chinese water carrier, “Wa Saiuf.” (Wyles SC 939).
  • [Mining]. 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).
  • [Mining]. 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).
  • [Mining]. 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).
  • [Mining]. 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).
  • [Mining]. 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).
  • [Mining]. 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).
  • [Mining]. 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).
  • [Mining]. 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).
  • [Mining]. 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).
  • [Mining]. Labuan [Malaysia]. One letter (ALS) from unidentified party re deposits of coal, 11 Sept. 1873. (Wyles SC 1074).
  • [Mining]. Misener (Ray Hammond and Grace) Peru Photograph Albums, 1932-1940. Two albums with more than 200 black and white snapshots, many with captions in English, most in and around Casapalca (known for its silver and zinc mines) where Ray apparently worked for a mining concern. Includes many images of family, friends, and colleagues mostly engaged in social activities, Casapalca population, street scenes, and views, llamas, San Juan mine camp, other areas including Tarma, San Ramon, Rio Blanco, San Mateo, Huanaco, and Ayachucho; also biplanes (1932 – Condor Peruana de Aviacion SA), trips to Machu Picchu, Cuzco (town and Quichua Indians), Lake Titicaca, Braden Copper Mine (Sewell, Chile), Mina Sol de Oro (Nazca, Peru), Lomas (beach and shoreline), 1938 Lima earthquake, and trip home on Japanese boat Heiyo Maru in Nov. 1940. (Bernath Mss 362).
  • [Mining]. Monaghan (Jay) Collection, ca. 1840s-1980 [bulk dates 1930s-1970s]. Appointment books, biographical, personal and family files, correspondence, research files, scrapbooks, speeches and lectures, writings (including ms drafts), photographs and illustrations of Jay Monaghan, a Lincoln, Civil War, and western history scholar, who wrote Australians and the Gold Rush: California and Down Under, 1849-1854, as well as Chile, Peru, and the California Gold Rush of 1849. Monaghan also played a major role in developing the William Wyles Collection at the UCSB Libraries. (Wyles Mss 20).
  • [Mining]. Money (Anton K.) Collection, 1923-1989. Two photograph albums and an article in UCSB Library’s Soundings, primarily relating to mining engineer Anton K. Money’s life in western Canada and Alaska from 1923-1964. Includes some related clippings, correspondence, and ephemera. (Wyles Mss 162).
  • [Mining]. 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).
  • [Mining]. Montana Mining Photograph Collection, ca. 1926. (Wyles SC 1050).
  • [Mining]. Morehouse [L. Lee] Peru Mining Papers, 1906-1920 [bulk dates 1906-1909]. (Wyles SC 1040).
  • [Mining]. 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).
  • [Mining]. 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).
  • [Mining]. Raymond, George. One letter (ALS) to father, mother and sisters re voyage to Melbourne, Australia, 29 May - 4 August 1853. Upon arrival, says most of the ship’s passengers were heading immediately for the mines [a gold rush was underway in New South Wales at the time]. (SC 551).
  • [Mining]. Rhyolite, Nevada Mining Photograph Album, ca. 1906. (Wyles Mss 160).
  • [Mining]. Romaine (Lawrence B.) Trade Catalog Collection, ca. 1850-1968. Ten boxes on mining (incl. mills and crushers, mining equipment, and supplies). (Mss 107).
  • [Mining]. Santa Barbara Correspondence. One letter (ALS) from Thomas Irvine (Santa Barbara) to C. H. Peters (Carson City, Nevada), re a financial matter, 3 April 1897. Also one letter (TL) from State Bank & Trust Co. (Carson City) to Thomas P. Hawley (Santa Barbara), 11 Dec. 1906, and one letter (ALS) response from Hawley, 14 Dec. 1906, re stocks in Goldlfield Consolidated Mining Co. (SC 567).
  • [Mining]. Savage Mining Company (Virginia, Nevada). Daily report and vouchers, 1876-1898. (Wyles SC 896).
  • [Mining]. 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).
  • [Mining]. Smith (Ben) Alaska Yukon Gold Rush Collection, ca. 1882-1915 [bulk dates 1898-1901]. Papers of Ben Smith, from Redwood City, California, who went to the Alaska Yukon goldfields ca. 1899-1900, and then apparently returned to California. Includes correspondence, diaries/journals, documents, financial records, maps, and other ephemera, much of it relating to Smith’s stay in Alaska. (Wyles Mss 1).
  • [Mining]. Spaulding Family Papers, ca. 1824-1932. Includes a California Gold Rush diary (1849), related correspondence, and newspaper articles. (Wyles Mss 141).
  • [Mining]. Stereoscopic Views Collection, ca. 1877-1913. More than 600 stereoscopic views (also known as stereoscopic slides, stereographs, and stereopticans), most with printed captions. Included are views from California, other parts of the U.S. and more than 30 other countries; also subjects such as mining, Native Americans, Spanish American War, and U.S. Civil War. (Mss 121).
  • [Mining]. Tele-Dinda Mining Expedition [Belgian Congo], Photograph Album, ca. 1911-1912. 105 b/w photos, with captions in English, of scenes in the Belgian Congo, taken by a member of the Tele-Dinda Mining Expedition which apparently was prospecting for gold and diamonds. Contains images of mining operations, views of forests and forest clearing, construction of camps, and many of nearby villages and inhabitants including Gabata, Banalya, Kanwa, Edibe (some of pygmies), Kiambi, and Pweto. Also scenes along the Congo, Aruwimi, Tele, Lindi, and Zambezi Rivers, Lake Moero, Stanley and Victoria Falls, Stanleyville, Kungalunga Plateau, and the Cape to Cairo Railroad. (Bernath Mss 100).
  • [Mining]. Tyson [Seth] Letters, 1853, 1855. Six letters (ALS) from Seth H. Tyson, a young man from Philadelphia, mostly to his mother, concerning his California Gold Rush experiences in Calaveras County, 1853, 1855, including the ups and downs of prospecting, the hard work, problems with lack of water in the rivers, difficult financial dealings, and general uncertainty of life in the gold fields. (Wyles SC 253).
  • [Mining]. 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).
  • [Mining]. Western Photograph Collection, ca. latter 1800s. Photograph album with 77 b/w prints, some captions, of California scenes (Mount Shasta, Shasta Springs, Trinity River, Mission Hills of Trinity County, hydraulic mining, stagecoach, woman and child on wooden aquaduct), along with a few of Colorado (Colorado Springs, Grant’s Pass), Alaska (Junea, Ketchikan), and Canada (Banff, Lake Louise, and Kicking Horse). Also includes 15 loose cyanotypes, most of a construction project, apparently to dam up a river, possibly northern California. (Wyles SC 955).
  • [Mining]. Williams [James C.] Trade Catalog Collection, ca. 1911-1930s. Trade catalogs from various companies and a few trade magazines, brought together by James C. Williams, Director of the California History Center & Foundation (Cupertino, California). Materials are arranged by name of company or publication. Most pertain to mining, drilling, milling, and smelting. A few are from California. (Mss 170).
  • [Minnesota]. Chicago & North-Western Railway Company. Two printed flyers offering land in Minnesota and Dakota, promoting “The most healthy climate of the world … Settlements of Americans, Germans and Scandinavians; Odd Fellows’ and Catholic Colonies … LANDS SOLD ON LONG CREDIT!” ca. 1870s. (Wyles SC 461).
  • [Minnesota]. Coffman, L. D. One note (ANS) from L. D. Coffman, President of the University of Minnesota, re the Minnesota Plan. Oct. 18, 1934. (SC 398).
  • [Minnesota]. Lueg (Henry) Collection. Citizenship application, 1866; photocopy of translation of 1867 journal describing journey from St. Cloud, Minnesota to Helena City, Montana; reprint of C. S. Kingston," The Northern Overland Route in 1867: Journal of Henry Lueg," Pacific Northwest Quarterly (July 1950). (Wyles SC 573).
  • [Minnesota]. Nourse, George A. One Civil War era document (ADS): Duplicate application to President Lincoln for post of U.S. District Attorney for Minnesota. St. Paul, Minnesota, with long list of petitioners supporting the appointment, Mar. 1861. (Wyles SC 491).
  • [Minnesota]. 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).
  • [Minnesota]. Scheffer, Charles. One letter (ALS) from Minnesota State Treasurer to President Elect Abraham Lincoln, re recommendation for district attorney. St. Paul, Minnesota, 12 Nov. 1860. (Wyles SC 198).
  • Minnesota Infantry, 3rd Regiment. One Civil War note (ANS) re quarterly return of deceased soldiers (cover note but not actual return). Little Rock, Arkansas, 7 Apr. 1864. (Wyles SC 340).
  • Minnesota Infantry, 5th Regiment. One Civil War note (ANS) re quarterly return of deceased soldiers [cover note but not actual return]. Young’s Point, Louisiana, 6 July 1863. (Wyles SC 341).
  • Minnesota Infantry, 6th Regiment (Vol). One Civil War note (ANS) re quarterly return of deceased soldiers [cover note but not actual return]. In the Field, Alabama, 7 Apr. 1865. (Wyles SC 342).
  • Minnesota Infantry, 9th Regiment (Vol). One Civil War note (ANS) re quarterly return of deceased soldiers [cover note but not actual return]. St. Peter, Minnesota, 20 July 1863. (Wyles SC 343).
  • Minnesota Infantry, 11th Regiment (Vol). One Civil War note (ANS) re quarterly return of deceased soldiers [cover note but not actual return]. Gallatin, Tennessee, 5 April 1865. (Wyles SC 344).
  • Minnick, J. W. One letter (ALS) from ex-C.S.A. Minnick to his daughter Mary B. Poppenheim re copies of book relating to Civil War era Rock Island Prison, Mar. 4, 1919. (Wyles SC 1065).
  • Miranda [Marcy] Collection  pdf icon. Recordings and transcripts of oral history interviews with the past presidents of the Comision Femenil Mexicana Nacional. (CEMA 53).
  • Mirror. Publication of Self-Studies Foundation, Inc., July 1989 issue. (HPA SC 87).
  • Mirror Library. Collection of loose pages from the New York literary newspaper, variously titled The New Mirror, Weekly New Mirror, The Monthly New Mirror, and Mirror Library, 1844. (SC 1057).
  • Miscellaneous Photographs, [ca. 1900s-1950s]. Photos, most black and white snapshots, from various sources, often not identified but interesting images – incl. aerial views, architecture, automotive, aviation, boats / ships, bridges, children, destruction, double exposure, families, fire, groups, holidays, humor, landscapes / scenery, men, military, music / musicians, railroads, recreation, rivers, rural, sports, and women. (Mss 272).
  • Misener (Ray Hammond and Grace) Peru Photograph Albums, 1932-1940. Two albums with more than 200 black and white snapshots, many with captions in English, most in and around Casapalca (known for its silver and zinc mines) where Ray apparently worked for a mining concern. Includes many images of family, friends, and colleagues mostly engaged in social activities, Casapalca population, street scenes, and views, llamas, San Juan mine camp, other areas including Tarma, San Ramon, Rio Blanco, San Mateo, Huanaco, and Ayachucho; also biplanes (1932 – Condor Peruana de Aviacion SA), trips to Machu Picchu, Cuzco (town and Quichua Indians), Lake Titicaca, Braden Copper Mine (Sewell, Chile), Mina Sol de Oro (Nazca, Peru), Lomas (beach and shoreline), 1938 Lima earthquake, and trip home on Japanese boat Heiyo Maru in Nov. 1940. (Bernath Mss 362).
  • [Mississippi]. Age of Segregation Oral History Project, 1989. A joint UCSB / Jackson State project, part of a campus wide exchange program between the two institutions, with the aim to collect oral histories in Mississippi relating to race relations, and completed for a symposium to commemorate the 30th Anniversary of CDGM (Child Development Group of Mississippi), the first Head Start Program in the state. The interviews were conducted in Mississippi and in Oakland, California. (OH 49).
  • [Mississippi]. Bryan, Henry M. [Major and A. I. G.]. One Confederate Civil War document: Inspection Report of Gen. Gholson’s Mississippi Cavalry. Montgomery, Alabama, 3 Dec. 1864. (Wyles SC 32).
  • [Mississippi]. Confederate Naval Documents. Ten Confederate Civil War documents (ADS), vouchers re payments made for stage passage, wagon teams, Negro wages, ship Alonzo Child dismantling, Confederate service, food delivered, and other. Vaughans Station and Yazoo City, Mississippi, Jan.-Feb.1863. (Wyles SC 35).
  • [Mississippi]. Daily Citizen (Vicksburg, Mississippi). Newspaper, July 2, 1863 issue, printed on blank side of wallpaper. (Wyles SC 785).
  • [Mississippi]. McRee (Rev. James F.) Oral History, 1989. Life history, providing a glimpse into the internal workings of the Civil Rights Movement and the forces that led McRee to organize the first Head Start program in Mississippi. Part of the Age of Segregation Oral History Project. (OH 63).
  • [Mississippi]. Montgomery, Alexander B. Deed, Mississippi, 1826. (Wyles SC 842).
  • [Mississippi]. Montgomery (William Pinckney) / Locust Plantation Collection, ca. 1822-1883 [bulk dates 1830s-1860s]. Bills, receipts, indentures, yearly cotton sales records of Montgomery, a planter and plantation owner in Washington County, Mississippi, who declared bankruptcy during the Reconstruction period of 1869. (Wyles Mss 9).
  • [Mississippi]. 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).
  • [Missouri]. Colored Troops – Civil War Inquiry, 1888. One letter (ALS) from the Adjutant General’s Office, War Department, in response to a question from George May Powell, reporting that on or about Apr. 1, 1862 there were 2,300 colored troops from Delaware, 26,000 from Kentucky, 9,500 from Maryland, 38,000 from Missouri, and 4,500 from Tennessee. (Wyles SC 1008).
  • [Missouri]. 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).
  • [Missouri]. "Executor’s Sale of Slave." Broadside, Missouri, 1860. (Wyles SC 774).
  • [Missouri]. Forbes, Mabel. Autograph album of friends, begun in Missouri in 1882 and ending in Santa Barbara, CA in 1888. (SC 113).
  • [Missouri]. Glaser [George F.] Papers, 1862-1903. Mainly relating to Glaser’s Civil War [Missouri State Militia] service. (Wyles SC 348).
  • [Missouri]. 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).
  • [Missouri]. 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).
  • [Missouri]. Picoy, A. G. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Annie E. Biddle re possibility that Missouri may join the Confederacy. St. Louis, 11 Oct. 1861. (Wyles SC 175).
  • [Missouri]. 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).
  • [Missouri]. 23rd Missouri Infantry, Co. Clothing Account Book, 1861-1864. Civil War era volume with lists of clothing issued to soldiers in Company A, 1861-1864, along with a one-page return for Company E, of present and absent officers and enlisted men for September 1864. (Wyles Mss 62).
  • Missouri Artillery, 2nd Regiment (Vol), Company D. One Civil War document (ADS): Ordnance Report, 20 June 1863. (Wyles SC 345).
  • Missouri Infantry, 19th Regiment (Vol). One Civil War document (ADS): Pass. St. Louis, Missouri, 15 Oct. 1861. (Wyles SC 346).
  • Missouri Infantry, 49th Regiment (Vol). One Civil War broadside, ordering U.S. or C.S. government property be turned over. Eufaula, Alabama, 11 Oct. 1865. (SC 347).
  • Missouri State Militia. 9th Cavalry. Two Civil War documents (ADS): Transfer of Stores, 1862. (Wyles SC 349).
  • Mitchell (John J.) Collection, ca. 1828-1945. Early 19th century documents registering cattle brands in California, as well as 1945 correspondence, and a 1939 guestbook relating to Zaca Lake Ranch, California. The collection also contains a number of books pertaining to California and the American West, which have been cataloged separately. (Mss 83).
  • Mitchell [Maurice B.] Collection, ca. 1945-1990. Correspondence, reports, and other, relating to his work with Encyclopaedia Britannica, the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, and other foundations and institutions such as the Annenberg. Also contains material relating to his interest in the history of printing. (Mss 160).
  • 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).
  • Mitchell (Ruth Comfort) Collection, ca. 1879-1961 [bulk dates 1930s-1940s]. Correspondence, typescripts of articles, newspaper clippings, photographs and ephemera of author Ruth Comfort Mitchell, mainly pertaining to her research and writing on the migrant question of the late 1930s, after the publication of The Grapes of Wrath, from the perspective of the area farmers. The collection also contains a number of books, including some by Ruth Comfort Mitchell, which have been cataloged separately. (Mss 84).
  • Mobley [Paul H.] Vietnam War Collection, 1965-1966. Album of photographs, leaflets, and various ephemeral items relating to the service of First Lieutenant Paul H. Mobley with the U.S. 1st Cavalry Division in Vietnam in 1965-1966. Includes twelve black/white photographs, mostly members of the infantry, showing gathering of troops, a display of an arms cache, bodies collected in a clearing, a view from out a Huey helicopter door, etc.); also clippings about the unit, six propaganda leaflets issued by the South Vietnam National Liberation Front, and other items such as a pair of epaulettes. (Bernath Mss 201).
  • Moffett [James Porter] Papers, ca. early 1950s-2001. Biographical information, correspondence, professional and project files, talks and writings of the internationally known author, editor, lecturer, workshop leader, and consultant on language arts teaching and integrated curriculum development. (Mss 243).
  • Moldaver [Lee] Collection, ca. 1977-1993. Primarily relating to the Santa Barbara Mass Transit District (SBMTD) and related transportation-related issues. Also includes files relating to the Citizens Planning Association of Santa Barbara County, Inc. (CPA) and the Environmental Defense Center (EDC). (SBHC Mss 30).
  • 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].
  • Momaday, N. Scott. One letter (TLS) to UCSB Chancellor Vernon I. Cheadle, re books that Native American author Momaday is giving to Cheadle. Santa Barbara, 14 June 1968. Laid in Momaday’s The Journey of Tai-Me [Spec, Printers Z478.86 U56 M66 1967]. (SC 691).
  • Monaghan (Jay) Collection, ca. 1840s-1980 [bulk dates 1930s-1970s]. Appointment books, biographical, personal and family files, correspondence, research files, scrapbooks, speeches and lectures, writings (including ms drafts), photographs and illustrations of Jay Monaghan, a Lincoln, Civil War, and western history scholar, who wrote Australians and the Gold Rush: California and Down Under, 1849-1854, as well as Chile, Peru, and the California Gold Rush of 1849. Monaghan also played a major role in developing the William Wyles Collection at the UCSB Libraries. (Wyles Mss 20).
  • Monaghan (Jay) Oral History, ca. 1975. Interviews and talks by Monaghan re Lincoln scholarship, American western history, and development of the William Wyles Collection at UCSB. (OH 10).
  • Money (Anton K.) Collection, 1923-1989. Two photograph albums and an article in UCSB Library’s Soundings, primarily relating to mining engineer Anton K. Money’s life in western Canada and Alaska from 1923-1964. Includes some related clippings, correspondence, and ephemera. (Wyles Mss 162).
  • 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).
  • [Mongolia]. ATO Photographic Association – China Photograph Albums, ca. 1920s. Two albums, with photos of Shantung, Tibetans of Yunnan and Suiyan, Chientao, Pinkiang, S. Manchuria, Mongolia, Harbin, S. China, Shanghai, Weihaiwei, and others. (Bernath Mss 80).
  • [Mongolia]. China and Mongolia Photograph Album, ca. 1920s. (SC 1043).
  • [Mongolia]. French Motor Expedition to China, Tibet, and Mongolia Photograph Album, ca. 1914-1916. (Bernath Mss 81).
  • Mongolia – China – Manchuria Photograph Album, ca. 1920s-1930s. 135 black and white photographs, printed and numbered captions in English. Locations include Mongolia (wrestling, festival, musical instruments, holiday costume, pilgrims in temple yard, view of Linsi, desert, oasis, and settlements, Buddhist temples and priests,); China (Chenhsiangtun, River Taitzu, Mancu quarter of Shahochen [Antung], rural scenes, Motienling Pass [east of Lienshankwan], Hsiho Valley, Tangshancheng villagers and street scenes, railway town of Ssupingkai, lookout station and bean production at Taolu in Hsifeng Prefecture, Kungchuling countryside, street scenes, Yunnan Province inhabitants, occupations, bridges, Mt. Chitsu, Burmese Road, town of Shangkwan, Kiangsi Province pottery and rice shops; Shantung Province: town of Mouping, Yangmatao Island, Shihtao, Penglaiko, Ungchengwan fishing villages, Chefoo City; Tsinan: city view, railroad bridge, prison; Shantung Province: monuments, Mount Taishan, coal mining, towns, street scenes; Chientao: Japanese and Korean quarters, Toutaokou; Kirin logging industry, rivers, boats, animal transport); and Manchuria (whale fishing and islands in Elliot Group off Manchuria; Liaosi District police and armed hunghudze bandits; northern Manchuria ferry and snow spade production). (Bernath Mss 335).
  • Mongolia Manuscript and Printing Collection, 1700s-1800s. Examples of manuscripts and printing from various sources. (Printers Mss 47).
  • Monroe, James. Certificate of Register. Cincinnati, Ohio, 27 May 1824. (SC 207).
  • [Montana]. Huffman, L. A. 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).
  • [Montana]. Linderman (Verne) Oral History, 1977. Family history and reminiscences of a Santa Barbaran who grew up in Montana; and whose father was Frank Bird Linderman, well-known western author. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 59).
  • [Montana]. Lueg (Henry) Collection. Citizenship application, 1866; photocopy of translation of 1867 journal describing journey from St. Cloud, Minnesota to Helena City, Montana; reprint of C. S. Kingston," The Northern Overland Route in 1867: Journal of Henry Lueg," Pacific Northwest Quarterly (July 1950). (Wyles SC 573).
  • Montana Mining Photograph Collection, ca. 1926. (Wyles SC 1050).
  • Montgomery, Alexander B. Deed, Mississippi, 1826. (Wyles SC 842).
  • Montgomery (William Pinckney) / Locust Plantation Collection, ca. 1822-1883 [bulk dates 1830s-1860s]. Bills, receipts, indentures, yearly cotton sales records of Montgomery, a planter and plantation owner in Washington County, Mississippi, who declared bankruptcy during the Reconstruction period of 1869. (Wyles Mss 9).
  • Montoya (José) Papers, 1969-2001. Art work, poems, manuscripts and publications of Chicano artist, poet and political activist Montoya, who co-founded the Royal Chicano Air Force. (CEMA 20).
  • Montross, Lois. Two letters (ALS), 1921, 1924. Laid in Montross’ Town and Gown and The Crimson Cloak. (SC 208).
  • Moody (Margaret) Mbooni Mission Photograph Album, ca. 1927. Photographs of Kenya. (Bernath Mss 105).
  • Moore, Charles. Prospectus for Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address and Second Inaugural (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1927). (Wyles SC 525).
  • Moore, George. One letter (TLS), thanking unknown correspondent for interest in his work. Laid in Moore’s A Mummer’s Wife. London, 18 Dec. 1928. (SC 209).
  • Moore, John. One letter (TLS) to John Coulthard, thanking him for kind words about his book. Tewkesbury, England, 29 May 1962. Laid in Your English Words: A Book about Them. (SC 183).
  • [Moore, Marianne]. 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).
  • Moore, Thomas (1779-1852). One letter (ALS) from Thomas Moore (aka Thomas Little and Thomas Brown), Irish poet, singer, songwriter, and entertainer, to a Mrs. Belcher, mainly about his book, possibly Lalla Rookh: An Oriental Romance. London, May 29, 1817. (SC 453).
  • Moral Re-Armament Collection, ca. 1940s-1960s. Mainly pamphlets. (ARC Mss 65).
  • Moran [William R. and Robert B.] Papers, ca. late 1800s-late 1900s. This collection the non-music portion of the William R. Moran Collection, including material relating to Robert B. Moran (William R. Moran’s father) and William R. Moran. Most of the material relates to oil exploration, in California, other parts of the U.S., and abroad. There is an extensive photograph component to the collection, with glass plate negatives, early film negatives, contemporaneous b/w prints, and more recent color slides. (Mss 282).
  • Moran [William] Collection. Extensive collection of early sound recordings from author and discographer William R. Moran’s collection of vocal 78 rpm recordings, together with related sound recording equipment, published materials, and photographs of travels and work as a petroleum geologist. (PA Mss 57).
  • More, Hannah (1745-1833). One letter (ALS) from English religious writer and philanthropist Hannah More (or Moore) to a Miss Leeves, 17 February 1826, re health, religious and other personal matters; also one engraving, a portrait of Moore, n.d. (SC 452).
  • More, Hannah. Two holograph poems on one leaf, "Search after Happiness" and "Solitude," Aug. 4, 1795. (SC 358).
  • More, Sir Thomas (1478-1535). English statesman, humanist scholar, and finally a saint. Holdings include editions of Utopia in Spanish (1790) [Spec HX811 1516.M6 1790] and English (1800) [Spec HX811 1516.E800z]; fine press editions of Utopia by the Limited Editions Club (1934) [Printers Z239.R8 M62] and the Folio Society (1972) [Spec HX811 1516.E973]. Fine Press editions of Prayers Made by Sir Thomas More While He Was Prisoner in the Tower of London (1952) by Golden Hind Press [Printers Z239.G65 M67 1952] and Of Pilgrimage (1955) by St. Albert’s Press [Printers Z239.2.S166 M67 1955]. Also, fine press edition of The Mirrour of Vertue in Worldly Greatness, or, The Life of Sir Thomas More, Knight (1902) by More’s son-in-law William Roper [Printers Z239.2.D4 R6].
  • Morehouse [L. Lee] Peru Mining Papers, 1906-1920 [bulk dates 1906-1909]. (Wyles SC 1040).
  • Moreno [Theodore] Collection, ca. 1861-1865. Typescript copies of Confederate Civil War correspondence and other material related to Theodore Moreno. (Wyles SC 698).
  • Morfit, Campbell. Letters, ca. 1837-1957, to Campbell, 19th century industrial chemist, and his father, Henry Mason Morfit, mainly re acquisition of materials for experiments. In: Nineteenth Century Americana Collection (Mss 2).
  • Morgan, E. D. [Civil War Union General and Governor of New York]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Robert Denniston. New York, 13 Feb. 1863. (Wyles SC 160).
  • Morgan [Jeanne] Collection, ca. 1960s-1970s. Pamphlets, newsletters, and other ephemeral underground press material. (Mss 162).
  • [Morley, Christopher]. Bason (Robert E.) Collection of Christopher Morley, 1912-1997. Printed and manuscript materials including uncataloged printed pamphlets, catalogs, and ephemera, as well as some correspondence of Christopher Morley, American journalist, novelist, and poet. Accompanies an extensive collection of Morley first editions. (Mss 165).
  • Morley, Christopher. One letter (TLS) to Professor [?] Wells, responding to his request to reprint the essay “A Casual of the Sea.” New York, 26 June 1928. (SC 211).
  • Morley, Christopher (1890-1957). Printed essay "A Bookseller’s Breviary," with holograph inscription, Nov. 1936. (SC 210).
  • Morley, John (Viscount, 1838-1923). Six letters (ALS) to [Augustine] Birrell, re personal matters, 1904-1923. (SC 212).
  • Morley, John. Two letters (ALS), 1910, 1914 from John Morley to Augustine Birrell, laid in Birrel’s copy of Morley’s book Miscellanies, Fourth Series (1908). (SC 1081).
  • "Mormonism Exposed." Pamphlet, with advertisements for other publications and products offered by the N.Y. Novelty Co., ca. 1896. (Wyles SC 484).
  • [Mormons]. Record of Missionary Labors. Bound ledger, with diary of activities in England, 1916-1918. (Wyles SC 159).
  • [Morocco]. 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).
  • [Morocco]. 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).
  • [Morocco]. 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).
  • [Morocco]. North Africa Photograph Album, ca. early 1900s. 96 b/w images, minimal captions in English, of local inhabitants, city views, street scenes, ports, boats, Roman ruins, in Algeria (Timgad, Lambise, Constantine, Tebessa), Tunisia (Dougga), and Morocco (Fez). (Bernath Mss 293).
  • [Morocco]. North Africa Photograph Album, 1924. 38 b/w snapshots, captions in English, of local inhabitants, desert, oases, village, market, and street scenes from Morocco (Amizmiz, Fez, Marrakesh, Taza), Algeria (El Oued, Khabylie, Tlemsen, Touggourt), and Tunisia (Kairwan, Tunis). (SC 960).
  • Morocco Photograph Album, ca. 1920s-early 1930s. (Bernath Mss 342).
  • Morocco Photograph Albums, ca. 1938-1940. (Bernath Mss 227).
  • [Morris, Francis St. Vincent] (1896-1917). One letter (ALS) from clergyman Ernest Morris to unknown recipient, mainly re his sons, especially the poems of his younger son, Francis St. Vincent Morris who died during World War I. Ashbourne, [England], August 15, [1918?]. Found in The Poems of Francis St. Vincent Morris (1917). (SC 448).
  • Morris, William (1834-1896). English poet and designer, founder of the Kelmscott Press. Holdings include Love is Enough (1873) [Spec PR5078.L5 1873b], The Defence of Guenevere (1875) [Spec PR5078.D4 1875], the 3-volume set The Earthly Paradise (1878) [Spec PR5075.A1 1878], A Dream of John Ball, and, A King’s Lesson (1888) [Spec PR5079.D8 1888], Signs of Change (1888) [Spec HX246.M83 1888], A Tale of the House of the Wolfings (1889) [Spec PR5079.T3 1889], Gothic Architecture (1893) [Printers Z239.2.K44 M67], Letters on Socialism (1894) [Printers Z232.M87 A4 1894], The Water of the Wondrous Isles (1897) [Spec PR5079.W3], Art and the Beauty of the Earth (1898) [Printers Z239.2.C36 M635 1898], Some Hints on Pattern-Designing (1899) [Printers Z239.2.C36 M685], Pre-Raphaelite Ballads (1900) [Printers Z276.5.M67], The Roots of the Mountains (1901) [Printers Z239.2.C36 M683], Architecture, Industry, and Wealth (1902) [Printers Z239.2.C36 M633], The Art of the People (1902) [Printers Z239.M25 M67], The Hollow Land (1903) [Printers Z239.2.C36 M674], Pygmalion and the Image (1903) [Spec PR5075.A2 P6 and Printers Z1023.M872 1903], and A Note by William Morris on His Aims in Founding the Kelmscott Press (1969) [Printers Z232.M87 A3]. Fine press editions of The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs (1898) by the Kelmscott Press [Printers Z239.2.K44 M68 1898], The Pilgrims of Hope (1901) by Thomas B. Mosher [Printers Z239.M64 M6], Sir Galahad: A Christmas Mystery by the Elston Press (1902) [Printers Z239.E47 M67 1902] and Blue Sky Press (1904) [Printers Z239.B44 M67 1904], The Defence of Guenevere (1904) by De La More Press [Printers Z239.2.D4 M6], The Ideal Book (1931) by the Limited Editions Club [Printers Z239.L5 M67 1931], Christmas Eve at the Blue Closet (1950) by Golden Eagle Press [Printers Z239.G648 M67], The Story of Cupid and Psyche (1974) by Clover Hill Editions [Printers Z239.2.R3 M588 vault], and Four Letters from William Morris (1984) by the Arion Press [Printers Z239.A726 M67 1984]. See also The Introductions to the Collected Works of William Morris (1973) by his daughter May Morris [Printers Z232.M87 M68] and The William Morris Society Newsletter (1993-current) [Printers Z232.M87 N494].
  • Morris, William (1834-1896). One letter (ALS) to [C. E. Keahes?], re printing matters. Kelmscott House, 23 Apr. [ca. 1893]. Also, two letters (ALS) by Emery and Dorothy Walker, re Morris’ ideals being upheld., 1927, 1933. (SC 213).
  • Morris, William H. One letter (ALS) to General J. B. Carr, 10 Nov. 1881. (Wyles SC 161).
  • Morrison, Arthur (1863-1945). One letter (ALS) from English author and journalist Arthur Morrison, known for his gritty depictions of London’s East End, to a Mr. [Stone?], mainly about Morrison’s book A Child of the Jago (1896). Salcombe House, Loughton, Essex, England, December 9, 1896. (SC 454).
  • Morse Fellowship Collection. (ARC Mss 66).
  • Morse [Freeman H.] Papers, ca. 1861-1870. Correspondence and documents of the United States Consul to London during the Civil War. (Wyles SC 969).
  • Mosby, J. S. (Col.). Engraved portrait, n.d. (Wyles SC 762).
  • Moseley [Henry L.] Letter and Card, 1859. General commission merchant and slave dealer. (Wyles SC 992).
  • Mott, Michael. Typescript poem, "Rimbaud at Marseilles," [1961?]. Found in Mott’s collection of poetry, The Cost of Living (1957). (SC 449).
  • Moustakas [Clark] Papers, 1951-1985. Article reprints collected by Moustakas, humanistic psychotherapist. (HPA Mss 26).
  • Mozambique [Beira] Photograph Album, ca. 1890s. (Bernath Mss 183).
  • Mudborn Press Collection, ca. 1950s-1986 [bulk dates 1975-1986]. Announcements and invitations, broadsides, checklists, commercial work, linoleum block and relief prints, page layouts, posters, postcards, programs, publisher’s promotional pieces, type specimen sheets, and related artwork and other materials of jobs printed by the Mudborn Press, founded in Santa Barbara in 1975 by Judyl Mudfoot and Sasha Newborn. Also, associated books and a number of other broadsides by Mudborn Press, cataloged separately. (Printers Mss 14).
  • [Mules Descending the Trail]. Photograph, 8x10 b/w, of a mule train, loaded with lumber and building supplies, winding down snowcovered trail, location and photographer unknown, n.d. (Wyles SC 652).
  • Muller [Charles F.] Papers, ca 1783-1892 [bulk dates 1861-1865]. Autograph book, correspondence, diary, documents, reminiscences, and ephemera of Charles F. Muller, a Civil War Union soldier, Pennsylvania Infantry, 29th Regiment (Vol), Co. B, as well as some other items apparently not directly pertaining to Muller. (Wyles Mss 42).
  • Mumford, Lewis. One letter (ALS) to [Clifton] Fadiman, thanking him for the review of The City in History. Amenia, New York, 12 Apr. 1961. (SC 214).
  • Munnings, Alfred J. One note, (ANS) from Munnings, English painter of horses, to George R. Adams of Santa Barbara, thanking him for his letter, July 18, 1944. (SC 455).
  • 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].
  • Murphy (John Frederic) Papers, 1916-1963. Correspondence, documents, b/w photos, flyers, pamphlets and other printed material relating to the life of a Santa Barbara architect, including his academic days at Grinnell College and Columbia University, his military service during WWI, and his professional association with the American Institute of Architects. (SBHC Mss 21).
  • 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).
  • [Music]. Adams (Carlisle) Collection. Approximately 5,000 vocal 78rpm sound recordings. (PA Mss 23).
  • [Music]. African American Musicians Photographs, ca. 1940s. Three black/white 8”x10” glossies of Steve Gibson and the Red Caps, the Haitian Voodoo Dances, and Sister Rosetta Tharpe. (Wyles SC 1038).
  • [Music]. African American Sheet Music, ca. 1880-1971. 60+ pieces of sheet music, featuring artists and composers such as Cab Calloway, Duke Ellington, Stephen C. Foster, W. C. Handy, Isaac Hayes, Lena Horne, Ink Spots, Mahalia Jackson, Mills Brothers, and Jelly Roll Morton. Also caricature pieces, including blackface, ‘coon’, and minstrel songs; ballads and spirituals. (Wyles Mss 146).
  • [Music]. African American Sheet Music Collection, 1833-1874. Six printed items, some written in dialect, with titles such as “Shew Fly!” and “Song of the Negro Boatmen.” (Wyles SC 1037).
  • [Music]. American Folk Music Photograph Collection, 1930s. 54 WPA related b/w photographs of musicians, singers, their homes and environs, from California and parts of the South, including Arkansas and North Carolina. Some are stamped "California Folk Music Recorded by the Music Dept. of the University of California, in Cooperation with the Archives of American Folk Song of the Library of Congress under Works Progress Administration." Identified photographers include James L. Hall, Sidney Roberts and Dick Weston. (Mss 229).
  • [Music]. Arabic Wax Cylinders, ca. 1900. Twenty-one commercial brown wax cylinder recordings, made in Damascus, Syria. The cylinders are male vocals with instrumental (oud) accompaniment. (PA Mss 42).
  • [Music]. Archive of Recorded Vocal Music. Approximately 18,000 vocal recordings from the first half of the 20th century. (PA Mss 19).
  • [Music]. Baker (Darrell) / Harry Lauder Collection. Recordings books, photographs and emphemera related to Scottish performer Sir Harry Lauder. (PA Mss 63).
  • [Music]. Bastin (Bruce) / Interstate Music Collection, early 1900s. About 10,000 78rpm ethnic and folk recordings from Latin America and Europe as well as recordings in popular traditions such as Argentine tango recordings.
  • [Music]. Bill Graham Presents, 1967. Three psychedelic, color postcards/flyers, Wes Wilson artist, advertising events presented by Bill Graham at the Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco. Headliners include Jefferson Airplane and Butterfield Blues Band. (SC 982).
  • [Music]. Boston Music Hall. Grand Jubilee Concert program, in honor of the emancipation Proclamation, Jan. 1, 1863. (Wyles SC 749).
  • [Music]. Boucher [Anthony] Golden Voices (radio program). Master tapes of Boucher’s Pacifica radio program on opera. (PA Mss 29).
  • [Music]. Brahms [Johannes] Sieben Lieder, Op 62, no 1-4, Autograph Ms. (PA Mss 33).
  • [Music]. Burleigh (H. T.) Sheet Music Collection, 1914-1921. 12 printed items, the work of H. T. Burleigh, an African American composer, singer, and pupil of Anton Dvořák. Burleigh introduced Dvořák to spirituals and Dvořák used some in works such as the “New World Symphony.” (Wyles SC 1036).
  • [Music]. Carrillo (Sean) Collection, ca. 1990s. Materials relating to the Chicano musician. (CEMA 85).
  • [Music]. [Civil War Music]. One handwritten sheet, ink on paper, of "Just before the Battle Mother," by George F. Root, n.d. (Wyles SC 831).
  • [Music]. Clovis [Hall] Papers. Archives of singer Hall Clovis who, along with Eleanor Steele, performed as the vocal duo Clovis-Steele and concertized in the 1930s. Included in the collection are manuscripts of music composed for them by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Darius Milhaud, Jeno Takacs, Katherine Ruth Heyman, Harry Thacker (H.T.) Burleigh as well as manuscripts of arrangements and other original compositions. Also included are copies of their recordings, programs, clippings and photos. (PA Mss 30).
  • [Music]. Couper [Mildred] Papers, 1920s-1970. Musical manuscripts and other papers of composer Couper, including her quarter tone piano compositions. (PA Mss 45).
  • [Music]. Eichheim [Henry] Papers. Papers of composer and organologist Eichheim. (PA Mss 52).
  • [Music]. Faulkner [Maurice] Papers, 1959-1990. Papers of a UCSB professor of trumpet. (UArch FacP 35).
  • [Music]. Freeman [Robert] Papers. UCSB Musicology faculty member. (UArch FacP 38).
  • [Music]. Fricker [Peter Racine] Papers, 1940s-1990. Manuscripts and personal papers of British born composer and UCSB faculty member. (PA Mss 17).
  • [Music]. Fricker [Peter Racine] Papers. (UArch FacP 13).
  • [Music]. 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).
  • [Music]. 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).
  • [Music]. Geiringer [Karl] Oral History. Interview with the renowned musicologist. (PA Mss 18).
  • [Music]. Geiringer [Karl] Papers. Papers of Austrian musicologist and UCSB faculty member Karl Geiringer. (UArch FacP 46).
  • [Music]. 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).
  • [Music]. 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).
  • [Music]. 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).
  • [Music]. Guerrero [Mark] Collection. Materials relating to Chicano musician Mark Guerrero. (CEMA 86).
  • [Music]. [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).
  • [Music]. Hermann, Bernard. One letter (TL), 1953, and one letter (TLS), 1954, to Louis and Annette Kaufman, re projects he is working on. (SC 586).
  • [Music]. Herrmann [Bernard] Papers. Manuscripts and personal papers of film composer noted for his scores to Hitchcock and Orson Welles films. (PA Mss 3).
  • [Music]. Herrmann [Bernard] Radio and Television Music. (PA Mss 46).
  • [Music]. Holden [Frances] Oral History, 1992-1993. Interviews re Holden’s life and opera singer Lotte Lehmann. Performing Arts Project. (OH 7).
  • [Music]. 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).
  • [Music]. James [Harry and Grace] Collection. Approximately 15,000 recordings, including long runs of Victor and Columbia 78 rpm album sets. (PA Mss 5).
  • [Music]. 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).
  • [Music]. Kingsbaker / Moeller / Bang Collection. Jazz and dance orchestra 78s and LPs, and a large number of trade catalogs relating to jazz and popular music. (PA 2000-003).
  • [Music]. [Lehmann, Lotte]. Holden [Frances] Oral History, 1992-1993. Interviews re Holden´s life and opera singer Lotte Lehmann. Performing Arts Project. (OH 7).
  • [Music]. [Lehmann, Lotte]. 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).
  • [Music]. [Lehmann, Lotte]. Specht [Margaret] Correspondence. Letters between Specht and opera singer Lotte Lehmann. (PA Mss 44).
  • [Music]. Lehmann [Lotte] Biography. Typescript. (PA Mss 48).
  • [Music]. Lehmann (Lotte) Collection, 1880s-1976. Personal papers of Austrian born soprano noted for her interpretations of German Lieder and her roles in Strauss’ operas. (PA Mss 2).
  • [Music]. Lehmann (Lotte) Photo Collection, 1926-1960s. Copies of photographs of Lehmann’s performances at the Salzburg Festivals from 1926-1937, during her return to Austria in the 1960s, and other photos from the Bildarchiv und Porträtsammlung der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek Wien and the Max Reinhardt-Forschsungs und Gedenkstätte, Salzburg. (PA Mss 34).
  • [Music]. Liberty Minstrels Program, 1908. One printed program, "The Evolution of Minstrels," performed by the Liberty Minstrels as a benefit for the Liberty Fire Company, No. 2, of South Bethlehem, PA, April 24-25, 1908. (Wyles SC 1032).
  • [Music]. Lim (Genny) Papers, 1982-1987  pdf icon. Manuscripts and other materials relating to the work of the Chinese-American playwright, journalist, musician, poet, and teacher Genny Lim, known for works such as the play Paper Angels. (CEMA 34).
  • [Music]. Mannion [Elizabeth] Oral History, ca 1995-1996. Interviews with the UCSB Professor Emerita in the Music Department on the UCSB Vocal Institute and Opera Program. (OH 62).
  • [Music]. 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).
  • [Music]. Michaelis [Ruth] Collection. German-born contralto. (PA Mss 15).
  • [Music]. Orquesta [Medellin] Collection, ca. 1928-1950. Photograph album of a Los Angeles based musical "conjunto" and family photos of the group’s female lead. (CEMA 45).
  • [Music]. Pedroza [Alma and Alfonse] Recordings, 1941-1956. Acetate recordings of opera singers Alma and Alfonse Pedroza. (PA Mss 50).
  • [Music]. Read [Ervin W.] Navajo – Hopi Song Collection, ca. 1891-1924. Two bound volumes, numerous ´bound-with´ items. (Wyles Mss 117).
  • [Music]. Rojo [Charles] Papers. Materials relating to the Chicano musician. (CEMA 91).
  • [Music]. Santa Barbara Concert Posters, ca. late 1960s. Six original color posters, mainly of Jim Salzer Presents events at the Santa Barbara Fairgrounds. Headliners include Eric Clapton, Cream, The Fugs, Jethro Tull, Led Zeppelin, and Vanilla Fudge. (SC 1032).
  • [Music]. Singher [Martial] Recordings. Recordings made by French baritone Singher, who was on the faculty of the Music Academy of the West. (PA Mss 25).
  • [Music]. Stuart Collection. 3,000 early 20th century 78 rpm recordings, strong in popular and dance band music as well as spoken word. (PA 1999-008).
  • [Music]. Todd [Verne] Collection. Extensive collection of popular, classical, jazz and other sound recordings and related ephemera. (PA Mss 1).
  • [Music]. Tosti [Don] Papers. Materials from the Mexican American musician (Edmundo Martínez Tostado) known as the "Godfather of Latino rhythm and blues," who played in jazz and dance bands of Jack Teagarden, Les Brown and Jimmy Dorsey, and who was Hoagie Carmichael’s arrangements ghost writer for the last 13 years of his life. (CEMA 88).
  • [Music]. Trade and Advertising Card Collection, ca. 1870s-1910s. 126 trade and advertising cards, many color lithographs, from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere, for products such as bicycles and bicycling; boots and shoes; building materials; food, drink and restaurants; horse and equine equipment; machinery and equipment; organs and pianos; printing (including lithography) and photography; railroad locomotives and cars; soap; theater and performance; wringers and washers; also depictions of African Americans, ‘Uncle Sam’, and Bufford Company (Boston, MA lithographers) advertisement and trade cards. (Mss 264).
  • [Music]. UCSB, Arts and Lectures Records, ca. 1955-2009 [bulk dates 1968-2007]. 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).
  • [Music]. 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).
  • [Music]. Warren [Leonard] Collection. Papers and recordings of noted operatic baritone Leonard Warren. (PA Mss 64).
  • [Music]. Westra [Dorothy], 1951-1952. Scrapbook with programs, flyers, publicity, and reviews for concerts by soprano Dorothy Westra, on a European tour in 1951-1952. Westra later joined the UCSB music faculty in 1956 and was director of the Chamber Singers. (UArch FacP 40).
  • Muskie, Edmund S. Three letters (TLS), to Harriet von Breton, re oil spill issues, 1969. Also, one note (TNS) re water quality improvement act, 1969. (SC 215).
  • Muster [Bill] Collection. Mainly travel slides and related material. (Bernath Mss 240).
  • Muster [Nori] Betrayal of the Spirit Collection. ISKCON related materials. (ARC Mss 28).
  • Myers [Myrl Scott] China Photograph Album, ca. 1905-1952 [bulk dates ca. 1910s-1930s]. (Wyles Mss 114).
  • Myrick (David) Collection, 1965-1995. Several maps prepared for publications of David Myrick, on western railroad history, ghost towns, and San Francisco. (Wyles Mss 79).
  • Myrick Family Collection. Mainly printed ephemera relating to David Myrick, Montecito and railroad historian, and other members of his family. (Mss 182).

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  • Nabokov [Vladimir] Collection, 1966-1987. Correspondence, drafts and proofs for Pale Fire (Russian translation), Perepisksa s sestroi, and Pnin, publisher files, and issues of magazines, journals, and newspapers containing articles by Nabokov. (Mss 86).
  • 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).
  • [Namibia]. 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).
  • [Namibia]. 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).
  • [Namibia]. Swakopmund Eisenbahn-Baukompagnie No. 2 Denkschrift, 1907. Report on railroad construction in the Swakopmund district of German Southwest Africa (now Namibia). (SC 861).
  • [Nash, John Henry.] Book Club of California. One exhibit announcement (John Henry Nash, Printer) and one related letter (ALS) from W. R. K. Young to Averill (?), Sept. 22, 1917. (SC 350).
  • Nash, John Henry. One letter (TLS) from Nell O’Day, librarian for San Francisco printer John Henry Nash to N. C. Holmes, responding to query about the printing of Margaret Collier Graham’s Gifts and Givers, Mar. 30, 1928. (SC 509).
  • Nash [John Henry] Collection, ca. 1918-1970 [bulk dates 1920s-1930s]. Edited copy of the catalog of books printed by Nash in San Francisco, printing specimens, prospectuses, offprints, correspondence, and related ephemera. (Printers Mss 27).
  • Nash, S. G. One letter (ALS) to his brother, Allan E. Nash, re opportunities in California. San Diego, 3 Aug. 1875. (SC 217).
  • Nashe, Thomas (1567-1601) [also spelled Thomas Nash.] English playwright and satirist. Holdings include The Choice of Valentines, or, The Merie Ballad of Nash His Dildo (1899) [Spec PR2326.N3 C5].
  • Nast [Thomas] Scrapbooks, ca. 1873-1881. Four scrapbooks with pasted-in cartoons of Thomas Nast, which appeared Harpers Weekly. (Wyles Mss 86).
  • Nathan, Milton A. One Spanish-American War letter (ALS) on behalf of Captain John A. Miller to his wife, noting Miller had just led a military engagement, without any loss to his company. Camp Dewey, near Manila, 3 Aug. 1898. (Wyles SC 416).
  • National Anti-Slavery Standard. One printed flyer from abolitionist Parker Pillsbury, soliciting subscriptions for the Standard, the official newspaper of the American Anti-Slavery Society,ca. 1865-1870. (Wyles SC 462).
  • National Association on Indian Affairs Files, 1935-1937. In CDCC (SBHC Mss 1).
  • National Center for the Exploration of Human Potential (San Diego, CA). Brochures, 1975-1977. (HPA SC 88).
  • National Congress of American Indians Files, 1943-1957. In CDCC (SBHC Mss 1).
  • National Hispanic Women’s Network Archives. Organizational records, correspondence files, photographs, publications and ephemera of a non-profit corporation founded in 1980 and dedicated to the identification and advancement of outstanding women (Hispanic) for positions of leadership in the public and private sectors. (CEMA 72).
  • National Women’s Suffrage Association Photograph, latter 1800s. One tintype of seven standing and seated women, unidentified, most holding books. (SC 868).
  • Native American Glass Slide Collection, 1880s-1890s. (Wyles Mss 164).
  • Native American Lithographs. Three color lithographs for the Santa Fe Railroad, entitled “The Blanket,” (c1928), “The Smoke Ceremony” (c1933), “The Chant” (c1934). (SC 999).
  • Native American Stereoviews, ca. 1890s-1900. Eight stereoviews, some color lithographs. (Wyles SC 1011).
  • [Native Americans]. 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).
  • [Native Americans]. Alaska [St. Michael] Photo Postcard Collection, ca. early 1900s. 59 black and white photo postcards, mainly of local Eskimo men, women, and children, including portraits, group photos, settlements, hunting, fishing, day to day activities. Several with stamp of E. Mathews, Plattsburg, N.Y. (Wyles SC 1091).
  • [Native Americans]. [American Indians on Horseback]. Photograph, otherewise unidentified. (Wyles SC 783).
  • [Native Americans]. Arctic Scenes Photograph Album, ca. 1899-1903. 64 black/white photographs, mainly of the Eskimo population and environs of Alaska. (Wyles Mss 136).
  • [Native Americans]. Borein, Edward. Two prints: “Moving Camp” and “Blackfeet Women.” (Wyles SC 791).
  • [Native Americans]. Community Development and Conservation Collection (CDCC), ca. 1895-1980s. Contains files for the American Association on Indian Affairs Files (later Association on Indian Affairs), American Indian Historical Society, American Indian League, California Indian Rights Association, Inc., California League for American Indians, Candelaria American Indian Council, Indian Defense Association of Santa Barbara, Inter-Tribal Council of California Inc., National Association on Indian Affairs, National Congress of American Indians, Southwest Indian Foundation; also files on the La Purisima Mission. (SBHC Mss 1).
  • [Native Americans]. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) Collection, 1950-1991 [bulk dates 1961-1987]. Records of the Santa Barbara based think tank, with papers and conference proceedings, some dealing with Native American issues. (Mss 18).
  • [Native Americans]. Chinquilla [Princess] Photograph Collection, ca. 1900s-1930s. (Wyles Mss 163).
  • [Native Americans]. 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).
  • [Native Americans]. Geiger, Maynard. Uncorrected page proofs for Father Maynard Geiger’s Indians of Mission Santa Barbara… [Spec F869.S45 G3848 1960]. (SC 713).
  • [Native Americans]. 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).
  • [Native Americans]. Indian Stereoviews, ca. 1898-1899. (Wyles SC 1014).
  • [Native Americans]. 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).
  • [Native Americans]. [Indians on Horseback, by Water]. Photograph, 8x10 b/w, tribe, location, and photographer unknown, n.d. (Wyles SC 653).
  • [Native Americans]. Iowa and Western Photograph Album, ca. 1890s-1900s. 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).
  • [Native Americans]. 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).
  • [Native Americans]. Momaday, N. Scott. One letter (TLS) to UCSB Chancellor Vernon I. Cheadle, re books that Native American author Momaday is giving to Cheadle. Santa Barbara, 14 June 1968. Laid in Momaday’s The Journey of Tai-Me [Spec, Printers Z478.86 U56 M66 1967]. (SC 691).
  • [Native Americans]. Monaghan (Jay) Collection, ca. 1840s-1980 [bulk dates 1930s-1970s]. Appointment books, biographical, personal and family files, correspondence, research files, scrapbooks, speeches and lectures, writings (including ms drafts), photographs and illustrations of Jay Monaghan, a Lincoln, Civil War, and western history scholar, who wrote Australians and the Gold Rush: California and Down Under, 1849-1854, as well as Chile, Peru, and the California Gold Rush of 1849. Monaghan also played a major role in developing the William Wyles Collection at the UCSB Libraries. (Wyles Mss 20).
  • [Native Americans]. Oraibi (Hopi) Indian Photographs, ca. 1897. Collection of albumen photographs: 10 images of 1897 Moki Snake Dance (stamp of G. Wharton James, Pasadena, Cal. on most); 3 images of Oraibi women and children, gathering of clans, n.d.; 1 image of group of men, including James, E. E. Hall, and Frederick H. Maude, n.d. (Wyles SC 1021).
  • [Native Americans]. Panama Canal / Southwest U.S. / Europe Photograph Album, 1926. 250+ b/w snapshots, apparently of a family´s 1926 travels, including images of Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Indian pueblos at Taos and [Bandelier?] (New Mexico); Grand Canyon and Colorado River views. (Bernath Mss 71).
  • [Native Americans]. Powell [Philip W.] Collection, ca. 1930s-1980. Primarily research files, including copies of 15th and 16th century Latin American and Spanish documents, assembled by a UCSB professor for a multi-volume history on the Spanish-Chicimeca frontier war and its aftermath. Powell’s works include Soldiers, Indians & Silver: The Northward Advance of New Spain, 1550-1600. (UArch FacP 18).
  • [Native Americans]. Prairie and Great Lakes Indian Photographs, ca. 1880s-1890s. 13 unidentified b/w mounted photographs, many with women carrying babies and small children on their backs. (Wyles SC 984).
  • [Native Americans]. Puget Sound Christian Indian Mission Photograph Album, ca. 1961-1964. (Wyles Mss 129).
  • [Native Americans]. Read [Ervin W.] Navajo – Hopi Song Collection, ca. 1891-1924. Two bound volumes, numerous ‘bound-with’ items. (Wyles Mss 117).
  • [Native Americans]. Stereoscopic Views, ca. 1889-1899. Seven items – military ships ca. time of Spanish-American War, Blackfeet Indians, and movie scene. (Wyles Mss 99).
  • [Native Americans]. 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 series of photos of a Navajo Reservation Health Program. (Bernath Mss 97).
  • [Native Americans]. Toole-Stott Circus Collection. Contains books on the Wild West and other traveling shows, and their depictions of Native Americans.
  • [Native Americans]. Tremaine (Katherine W.) Collection, ca. 1937-1997. Subject and grantee files for organizations such as American Indian College Fund, American Indian Institute, American Indian Movement, Duckwater Shoshone Tribe, Hoka Hey Tiospaye Sovereign Ogala Nation, Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians, Indian Center of Santa Barbara, Indian Justice Network, Indian Law Resource Center, Lakota Communications, Inc, Leonard Peltier Defense Committee, National Indian Youth Council, Inc, Native American Training Associates Institute, Santa Barbara Indian Center, Save the Jemez, Tribal Sovereignty Program, and Wounded Knee Legal Defense/Offense Committee. (SBHC Mss 43).
  • [Native Americans]. Uintah and Ouray Indian Agency Letters, 1913. 15 typescript carbon letters (TL), mainly between Uintah and Ouray Indian Agency officials, Fort Duchesne, Utah, and the U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington, D.C., concerning a dispute between Special Agent F. A. Baker and Superviser in Charge, Jewell D. Martin, about each other’s behavior and jurisdiction of authority, stemming from the issue of dancing at the local school and agency. The Uintah-Ouray Reservation, in eastern Utah, today is the home of nearly 3,000 members of the Northern Ute Tribe. (Wyles SC 262).
  • [Native Americans]. U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs. One document (ADS): Agreement between Edward B. Taylor, Superintendent, and Robert Thomas, for Thomas to be physician for the Yancton Sioux, Santee Sioux, and the Poncas, 3 Aug. 1866. (Wyles SC 122).
  • [Native Americans]. 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).
  • Natural History. Early printed works include: Pliny the Elder, Historia mundi… (1530); Pierre Belon, De aquatilibus libro duo (1553); Jean Bodin, Universae naturae theatre… (1596); Thomas Browne, Pseudodoxia epidemica… (1658); Thomas Sprat, The History of the Royal-Society of London, for the Improving of Natural Knowledge… (1667); Robert Plot, The Natural History of Oxford-shire… (1676); Louis Daniel Le Comte, Memoirs and Observations Topographical, Physical, Mathematical, Mechanical, Natural, Civil, Ecclesiastical… (1697); Lionel Wafer, A New Voyage and Description of the Isthmus of America… (1704); John Trenchard, The Natural History of Superstition (1705); Richard Rawlinson, Miscellanies on Several Curious Subjects…(1714); John Woodward, The Natural History of the Earth… (1726); J.-B. Du Halde, A Description of the Empire of China and Chinese Tartary, Together with the Kingdoms of Korea, and Tibet… (1738); Carl von Linné, Genera plantarum (1743); Miguel Venegas, A Natural and Civil History of California… (1759); and William Smellie, The Philosophy of Natural History (1790).
  • [Natural History]. 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).
  • [Natural History]. 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).
  • [Natural History]. 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).
  • [Natural History]. 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).
  • [Natural History]. Peattie [Donald Culross and Louise Redfield] Papers, 1912-1984. Correspondence, financial records, lectures and talks, notebooks, photographs, project and research files, scrapbooks, writings, and other materials mainly pertaining to naturalist, author, and editor Donald Culross Peattie, along with some similar materials for poet and novelist Louise Redfield Peattie. Also includes some biographical and personal files of the Peatties, who lived for many years in Santa Barbara. (Mss 94).
  • Naval Photos. Two b/w mounted prints of unidentified boats, ca. 1900. (Wyles SC 643).
  • Naylor [Cal] Production Files, 1981-1982. Files for early episodes of Hill Street Blues. (PA Mss 16)
  • Nazi Germany Photograph Collection, ca. early 1940s. (Bernath Mss 169).
  • Nazi Stereo Cards and Viewer, ca. 1940. (Bernath Mss 132).
  • [Nebraska]. 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).
  • [Music]. Trade and Advertising Card Collection, ca. 1870s-1910s. 126 trade and advertising cards, many color lithographs, from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere, for products such as bicycles and bicycling; boots and shoes; building materials; food, drink and restaurants; horse and equine equipment; machinery and equipment; organs and pianos; printing (including lithography) and photography; railroad locomotives and cars; soap; theater and performance; wringers and washers; also depictions of African Americans, ‘Uncle Sam’, and Bufford Company (Boston, MA lithographers) advertisement and trade cards. (Mss 264).
  • [Nebraska]. Petersen, O. W. Typescript (photocopy) of 1960 account by O. W. [Oggie] Petersen of his early years in Nebraska, including life in a sod house, [ca. late 19th century]. Also copy of homestead claim of his father, Carl M. W. [Petersen], 1888. (Wyles SC 1066).
  • 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).
  • [Nepal]. 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).
  • [Nevada]. Rhyolite, Nevada Mining Photograph Album, ca. 1906. (Wyles Mss 160).
  • Nevada [Searchlight] Photograph. One b/w 8" x 10" glossy print of the main street and inhabitants, ca. 1910s-1920s. (Wyles SC 630).
  • [Nevins, Allan]. Smith, [Denis?]. One letter (TLS) to Allan and Mrs. Nevins, re trip to Pasadena, the Huntington, Santa Barbara, and elsewhere, doing research. Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, N.J., 12 June 1960. (SC 476).
  • [Nevins, Allan]. Wolf, Edwin, II. One letter (TLS) to Allan Nevins thanking him for his encouraging comments about Wolf’s Rosenbach biography. Philadelphia, January 16, 1961. Found in Wolf’s Rosenbach: A Biography (Cleveland, 1936). (SC 485).
  • New Age Forum of Santa Barbara. Newsletter, 1977. (HPA SC 89).
  • [New Caledonia]. 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).
  • "New England Anti-Slavery Convention, at Boylston Hall, Boston, May 27, 28, and 29, 1851." Broadside. (Wyles SC 850).
  • New England Center for Personal and Organizational Development, Inc. (Amherst, MA). Brochures, ca. 1975-1977. (HPA SC 90).
  • New England Union Volunteer Company Civil War Broadsides, 1864-1865. Three Civil War broadsides, soliciting volunteers. (Wyles SC 350).
  • 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).
  • [New Guinea]. See also: Papua New Guinea.
  • [New Guinea]. 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).
  • [New Guinea]. 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).
  • [New Guinea]. Royal Australian Air Force World War II Photograph Collection, ca. 1943-1946. Album and loose b/w snapshots and commercial photos, mainly taken by a member of the allied forces towards the end of, and immediate aftermath of World War II. 200+ images, including local population of Kiriwina (Papua New Guinea), Labuan (Malaysian island), war cemeteries, military personnel and camps, destruction caused by war, and life in Japan in 1946, with scenes of Tokyo and daily activities there. (Bernath Mss 170).
  • [New Guinea]. Stephanak, Raymond A. Five letters (ALS and TLS), 1944, from Raymong A. Stephanak, former proof-reader at Conde Nast, to Irving Rigby, re his World War II experiences in the Pacific theater, mainly New Guinea, along with examples of Japanese currency and a 100,000 mark German note. Also, a letter (TLS), 1981, from Rigby, giving background information about Stephanak. (SC 288).
  • [New Guinea]. World War II – Philippines, New Guinea, Okinawa Photograph Collection, ca. 1940s. More than 1,000 mostly World War II b/w photos, loose and in three photograph albums, many lacking identification. Includes scenes in Manila, Lingayen, Laoag, and other Philippine towns, many showing destruction of the war; railroad yards at Tarlac, Luzon; local population, villages and scenes in Philippines and Biak Island, New Guinea; scenes in Okinawa, including surrender of Japanese forces there. Also, U.S. and Japanese military aircraft (intact and destroyed); naval landing-craft during U.S. landing at Lingayen in Jan. 1945; U.S. military camps and personnel; numerous scenes in the U.S. (Ohio, Florida, California), many with soldiers and sailors with family and friends; 1947 Cleveland air-show; and other post-war travel photos. (Bernath Mss 38).
  • [New Hampshire]. Blodgett [Webster P.] Papers, ca. 1864-1865, 1904. Mainly Civil War era correspondence to relatives, diaries, and documents, including discharge papers, of a Civil War Union soldier in the 18th Regiment of the New Hampshire Infantry Volunteers. (Wyles Mss 16).
  • [New Hampshire]. 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).
  • [New Hampshire]. Colby, Anthony [Adjutant General, New Hampshire]. Seven Civil War letters (ALS) from Colby’s wife and others, re personal matters and various requests, 1863-1864. (Wyles SC 504).
  • [New Hampshire]. [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).
  • [New Hampshire]. 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).
  • [New Hampshire]. Wiggin [Josiah B.] Collection, ca. 1839-1887. Correspondence, legal and business documents, insurance policies, receipts, and other materials relating to Josiah B. Wiggin, of Stratham, New Hampshire. (SC 341).
  • [New Hampshire]. One Civil War broadside honoring the dead from various regiments, [1865]. (Wyles SC 351).
  • New Hampshire Militia. 11th Regiment. 5th Company. One bound volume and seven loose documents: Company Orders, with names of men ordered and directed to report for duty, 1839-1850. (Wyles SC 548).
  • [New Jersey]. 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).
  • [New Jersey]. Holme, John G. [24th New Jersey Vol., Co. B.]. One Civil War document: Commission, 1863. (Wyles SC 663).
  • New Jersey Infantry (4th Regiment, Co. B) Morning Reports, 1861-1862. Civil War era volume with entries kept by Captain William Seddon, of numbers of officers and enlisted men present and absent for Company B of the New Jersey 4th, Aug. 1861-Mar. 1862. (Wyles Mss 63).
  • [New Mexico]. 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).
  • [New Mexico]. 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).
  • New Orleans. Printed engraving of the port, 1873. (Wyles SC 723).
  • [New Religions]. Fifth Annual International Conference on New Religions Collection, 1991. Mainly papers presented at the conference, organized by J. Gordon Melton and held in Solvang, California, May 16-17, 1991. (ARC Mss 13).
  • New Salem State Park. 42 picture postcards, most black and white, exteriors and interiors of buildings associated with Abraham Lincoln’s early adult life, n.d. (Wyles SC 721).
  • "New Year’s Address of the Newsmen of the New York Herald, to Its Subscribers and Readers, Jan. 1, 1864." Broadside. (Wyles SC 807).
  • [New York]. Adirondack Survey Maps, 1873. Two printed maps, including areas of Bald Peak and Mount Marcy, New York. (SC 1097).
  • [New York]. Empie, Gerret A. [178th New York]. 11 Civil War era letters addressed to family, 1864-1865. (Wyles SC 825).
  • [New York]. Genns [Whitney T.] / 7th Regiment, National Guard, S.N.Y. Collection, ca. 1878-1920s. (SC 1062).
  • [New York]. 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).
  • [New York]. Morgan, E. D. [Civil War Union General and Governor of New York]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Robert Denniston. New York, 13 Feb. 1863. (Wyles SC 160).
  • [New York]. "New Year’s Address of the Newsmen of the New York Herald, to Its Subscribers and Readers, Jan. 1, 1864." Broadside. (Wyles SC 807).
  • [New York]. 93rd New York Volunteers. One b/w Civil War group photograph, ca. 1861-1865. (Wyles SC 726).
  • O’Sheel, Shaemus. One letter (ALS) to Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, re his work as messenger for the Senate and the book of poetry that he sent. Washington, [D.C.], 26 July 1913. (SC 229).
  • [New York]. Otis, Elwell Stephen (1838-1909) [Captain, New York Infantry, 140th Regiment (Vol), Company D]. Civil War diary, 1863, and four documents (AD), mostly accounts, ca. 1863-1864. (Wyles SC 374).
  • [New York]. 6th New York Heavy Artillery Collection, ca 1860s-1900. Correspondence, documents, maps, sketches, newspaper clippings, and historical recollections regarding the involvement of the New York Heavy Artillery, 6th Regiment (Vol.) in the Civil War, apparently as collected by The Fraternity of the Survivors of the Sixth New York Volunteer Artillery, organized at Yonkers, NY, 1890. (Wyles Mss 38).
  • [New York]. 93rd New York Volunteers. One b/w Civil War group photograph, ca. 1861-1865. (Wyles SC 726).
  • [New York]. 6th New York Heavy Artillery Collection, ca 1860s-1900. Correspondence, documents, maps, sketches, newspaper clippings, and historical recollections regarding the involvement of the New York Heavy Artillery, 6th Regiment (Vol.) in the Civil War, apparently as collected by The Fraternity of the Survivors of the Sixth New York Volunteer Artillery, organized at Yonkers, NY, 1890. (Wyles Mss 38).
  • [New York]. Otis, Elwell Stephen (1838-1909) [Captain, New York Infantry, 140th Regiment (Vol), Company D]. Civil War diary, 1863, and four documents (AD), mostly accounts, ca. 1863-1864. (Wyles SC 374).
  • [New York]. Truesdell, Sanford Norton [Sargeant, New York Infantry, 122nd Regiment (Vol), Company K]. Papers, including two Civil War letters (ALS) 1862, family history, and carte de visite of Truesdell in uniform. (Wyles SC 372).
  • [New York]. 12th Cavalry Regiment of New York State Volunteers. Three Civil War enlistment forms. Buffalo, New York, 1863. (Wyles SC 920).
  • New York Artillery. 1st Regiment. Battery B. One Civil War document (ADS): Special Requisition for Stores, 14 Aug. 1863. (Wyles SC 354).
  • New York Artillery. 7th Regiment. Company H. One Civil War document (ADS): Monthly return of soldiers present or absent for May 1864. (Wyles SC 356).
  • New York Cavalry, 5th Reg., Co. G. Civil War clerk’s book, with lists of soldiers, stores, and other, 1864. (Wyles SC 583).
  • [New York City]. 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).
  • [New York City]. Watkins (Richard Howells) Collection, ca. 1895-1950s. Correspondence, copies of short stories, articles, and screenplays by an author in the adventure/detective genre who spent his later years in Santa Barbara. Also includes aviation files with photographs of WWI aces, early airplanes (Curtis, Martin, Le Perce-Packard, Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation, and others), ca. 1910s-1920 and images apparently shot from them, including the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, other New York views, and various air fields around the country. (Mss 130).
  • New York Central Railroad Company. Set of 16 letterpress proofs of images and descriptions of nineteenth century railroad engines. Privately printed by Huxley House for New York Central Railroad, 1938. Design, illustration and typography by John Maximus. (SC 994).
  • [New York Draft Riots]. Wood engraving, "The Meeting of the Friends, City Hall Park," apparently relating to the New York Draft Riots of 1863. (Wyles SC 837).
  • New York [Infantry?]. 8th Regiment (Vol). One Civil War document (ADS): Monthly Return of Clothing, Camp and Garrison Equipage for March 1863. (Wyles SC 359).
  • New York [Infantry?]. 71st Regiment (Vol). Four Civil War documents (ADS), 1863. (Wyles SC 367).
  • New York Infantry. 134th Regiment (Vol). Co. F. One Civil War letter (AL) fragment, from an unknown soldier to his sister Emma re taking leave and tracking down his cousin. Camp near Falmouth, Virginia, 30 Dec. 1862. (Wyles SC 558).
  • New York Infantry. 146th Regiment (Vol.). One document (ADS) from Major General Kenner Garrard, 1862, and one newspaper account of the regiment’s activity in the war. (Wyles SC 377).
  • New York Institute for Gestalt Therapy. Brochure, 1989. (HPA SC 91).
  • New York National Guard. 2nd Brigade. One document: General Orders No. 4, 13 May 1867. (Wyles SC 379).
  • New York National Guard 7th Regiment Collection, ca. 1860s-1979. Correspondence, documents, drawing and engravings, history, photographs, proclamations, flags, plaques, bulletins and gazettes, medals, pins, buckles, and other artifacts relating to the New York National Guard, 7th Regiment participation in the Civil War, and the later West Coast Association of its veterans. (Wyles Mss 40).
  • New York World’s Fair Collection, 1939-1940. Brochures, pamphlets, and other ephemera relating to the fair and its exhibits, and to companies such as Bell Telephone Laboratories, F.A.O. Schwarz, Ford Motor Company, General Electric, H. J. Heinz Company, Lionel Corporation, Pennsylvania Railroad, and Texaco; also brochures, with house plans, for "The Town of Tomorrow." (Mss 244).
  • [New Zealand]. 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).
  • [New Zealand]. 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).
  • [New Zealand]. 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).
  • [New Zealand]. Miller [Eleanor] Photograph Albums of New Zealand, ca. 1886. Three photograph albums: two labelled "New Zealand" and one labelled "Maories". Approximately 180 commercial b/w photographs, mainly by Burton Bros, Dunedin, with printed captions, of areas such as Ohinematu, Wairoa, Rotomahana, Mount Kimberley, Milford Sound, Wakatipu, New Plymouth, Wellington, Nelson, Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin, and Lyttleton. Maori photographs of chiefs, elders, families, and other groups, some as portraits and many in front of residences and other buildings. (Mss 173).
  • [New Zealand]. Pacific Islands Photograph Album, ca. 1930. About 120 b/w photographs taken during a tour of New Zealand, Polynesia, New Hebrides (Vanuatu), New Caledonia (Oceania), and Australia. (Bernath Mss 234).
  • [New Zealand]. Photograph Album – Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea, England, ca. late 19th century.Approximately 150 b/w photographs with handwritten captions, of areas such as Melbourne, Sydney, Tasmania, Wandiligong, Fernshaw, Dandenong, Yorkminster Cathedral, Malmsbury, Kolo Kemp (N.G.), Little River. Includes several images of camps, farms, ranches, and indigenous populations. (Mss 181).
  • [New Zealand]. South Pacific Photograph Album, ca. 1901-1902. 140+ b/w photographs of a voyage, probably by a British passenger embarking at London, on the New Zealand ship S.S. Rakaia. Images along the way include Tenerife (street sweepers, bullock cart, bull ring, harbor, panorama of Santa Cruz; fruit hawkers at Laguna); shipboard; Port Chalmers, New Zealand (panorama, streets); New Zealand countryside and friends, the Payne family; images of Robert Scott’s ship Discovery in dry dock for repairs in Lyttleton Harbour, on the way to explore Antarctica, Nov. 1901. Also, images of an unusual multi-species "menagerie" race involving penguins, pigs, lambs, and frogs. Numerous views of Fiji and inhabitants, including Indian laborers brought by the British to work on sugar plantations; Auckland (harbor, panoramas); Rotorua (Whakarewarewa geyser, government sanitarium, Maori men, women, and children at pools); Wellington (panorama, New Zealand troops leaving for South Africa during the Second Boer War); Canterbury (flax, pampas grass, eucalyptus trees, Canterbury River); Timaru (building the breakwater); Bluff (harbor, giant ferns, king penguins from Macquarie Island); Cape Horn; Montevideo, Uruguay (wharf, street scenes, gardens, news boys); Fernando de Noronha islands (Brazilian convict station 200 miles off the coast of South America); and Cape Verde Islands (St Vincent harbor, coaling boats, boys selling shells). (Bernath Mss 283).
  • [New Zealand]. “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, including images of New Zealand (Wellington, New Plymouth, Urenui, Akaroa, Northern Wairoa, and Napier). (SC 839).
  • Newspapers. 18th-19th century European and American newspapers (individual issues and short runs), with an emphasis on the Civil War era, as well as early Santa Barbara newspapers, and 1960s-1970s alternative newspapers (mainly U.S.). Significant runs of newspapers have been cataloged individually.
  • [Newspapers]. 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).
  • [Newspapers]. 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).
  • [Newspapers]. Bay Area Black Panther Party Collection, 1963-2000 pdf icon. The collection was gathered by Richard Aoki, a founding member of the Bay Area chapter and the only Asian American to hold a formal leadership position as Field Marshal. Notable items include several first issues of the Black Panther party newspaper. (CEMA 56).
  • [Newspapers]. 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).
  • [Newspapers]. Chicano Movement Newspaper Collection. (CEMA 080).
  • [Newspapers]. [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).
  • [Newspapers]. McGee [J. Sears] Collection. ca. early 1600s-1880. Photograph and diary (1854-1865) of Susan Alice Gray Sears, a 17th century indenture, several southern Civil War era newspapers, and a Texas Civil War era broadside. Also, a number of 17th-18th century monographs, cataloged separately. (Mss 136).
  • [Newspapers]. "New Year’s Address of the Newsmen of the New York Herald, to Its Subscribers and Readers, Jan. 1, 1864." Broadside. (Wyles SC 807).
  • [Newspapers]. Paquette [Catha] Newspaper Collection, ca. 1840s-1901. (SC 886).
  • [Newspapers]. Perutz [Fred W.] Collection, ca. 1943-1945. Twelve World War II era newspapers issued by U.S. Psychological Warfare units, mostly German language. Includes issues of Bayerischer Tag, Feldpost, Frankfurter Presse, Freiheit für Oesterreich, Kölnischer Kurier, and Die Mitteilungen. (SC 631).
  • [Newspapers]. Peruvian Political Printed Ephemera Collection, ca. 1912-1996. Newspapers, periodicals, pamphlets, flyers, broadsides. (Bernath Mss 116).
  • [Newspapers]. Peterson [John D.] Papers, ca. 1904-1960s [bulk dates 1960s]. Correspondence, interviews, newspapers and other primary resource materials re Peterson´s dissertation research in Brazilian history. (Bernath Mss 15).
  • [Newspapers]. 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).
  • [Newspapers]. Tebbetts (George P. and Mary) Memorial Collection, ca 1830s-1950s. Manuscripts, including three diaries, 1856, 1863, 1866, correspondence, photographs, ledgers/account books, scrapbooks, newspapers (incl. 1883-1885 Santa Barbara Daily Independent), papers and documents from the San Francisco Examiner. Also, tape and partial transcript of recording by Nathan A. Tebbetts. Artifacts, including three Colt revolvers, one framed oil painting and two wooden chests, apparently made at the Anna Blake School, in Santa Barbara. Also numerous books, mostly 19th century, cataloged separately. Also nine b/w photos of dirigibles, mostly above San Francisco, including one of Graf Zeppelin. (Wyles Mss 15).
  • [Newspapers]. [UCSB]. University Publications. Holdings include titles such as 93106, Campus Directory, Coastlines, Daily Nexus (and predecessor student newspapers such as El Gaucho), Faculty Notes, General Catalog, In Memorium, La Cumbre (yearbook), Schedule of Classes, Soundings, Spectrum, UCSB Alumni Directory, UCSB Financial Report.
  • [Newspapers]. Wyles (William) Newspaper Collection, ca. 1804-1913. Collection contains newspapers from the nineteenth century, most relating to the period leading up to and including the Civil War. (Wyles Mss 127).
  • Newton, A. Edward. One letter (TLS) to John A. Berger, re book collecting. Philadelphia, 17 Apr. 1929. (SC 216).
  • Newton, A. Edward. One letter (TLS) to Elizabeth M. Spencer, re bibliographical fine points and book collecting. Philadelphia, 9 Oct. 1928. (SC 219).
  • Newton (Captain E. H.) Collection, 1864-1865. 16 Civil War documents, most from the Office of Chief Engineer, Military Division of West Mississippi, New Orleans, pertaining mainly to work on Fort Barrancas (overlooking the entrance to Pensacola Bay). Includes reference to use of “persons of African descent,” particularly the 97th U.S. Colored Infantry. (Wyles SC 595).
  • Das Nibelungenlied (c.1200). The most popular epic of older German literature. Holdings include fine press editions by Gerlach Wiedling (1924) [Spec PT1580.K43 and Printers Z276.5.K43] and the Heritage Press (1961) [Spec PT1579.A3 A6 1961].
  • [Nicaragua]. 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).
  • [Nicaragua]. Brenan, J. C. W. One letter (ALS) to his father re joining General Walker’s army in Nicaragua. New Orleans, 6 Aug. 1856. (Wyles SC 36).
  • [Nicaragua]. 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).
  • [Nicaragua]. 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).
  • [Nicaragua]. [Walker, William]. First-hand account (pencil on paper), n.d., by unknown shipmate of William Walker (American filibuster), re Walker’s last expedition to Central America, ending with his capture by Captain Salmon of the British Royal Navy. Salmon subsequently turned Walker over to the Honduran authorities who executed him by firing squad on Sept. 12, 1860. (Wyles SC 221).
  • Nicaragua. Four cyanotype picture postcards, Bluefields, Nicaragua, 1909. (SC 1008).
  • Nichols [Clara A.] Civil War Letters, ca. 1861-1869 [bulk dates 1861-1865]. (Wyles Mss 122).
  • Nicolle, Marcel. Two mss giving volume by volume listing of the contents of Gazette de Beaux Arts and L’Art, ca. 1859-1894. (SC 463).
  • 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].
  • [Niger]. 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).
  • [Nigeria]. Africa [Nigeria?] Photograph Album, ca. 1910s-1920s. (Bernath Mss 214).
  • [Nigeria]. 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).
  • Nigeria Photograph Album, ca. 1912-1913. 48 black/white snapshots, likely taken by a British miner or geologist, including images of a trek to prospect for minerals, Baro market place, Kano horse race, Calabar sports, cattle and sheep from the northern Nigeria at Ibadan, views of the Cross River and villages along it, Frederick Lugard’s first visit to Calabar in Dec. 1912, the S.S. Munshi, views and buildings at Itu, Oron, Calabar, Opobo, Ibadan, Sapele rubber plantation, and the Lagos Railway. (Bernath Mss 120).
  • Nigeria Photograph Album, ca. latter 1940s. (SC 1019).
  • Nigeria / West African Frontier Force Photograph Album, 1901-1905. (Bernath Mss 297).
  • Nimitz, Chester William [Admiral]. One black and white photograph of the Japanese surrender on the U.S.S. Missouri, in Tokyo Bay on 2 Sept. 1945, inscribed by Nimitz to the Library of the Santa Barbara College of the University of California. (Wyles SC 687).
  • [Nin, Anaïs]. 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).
  • [Nin, Anaïs]. “List for Anaïs [Nin]” Typescript carbon, with names and addresses of individuals, mainly U.S. but some France and England, some crossed out, arranged alphabetically by surname, ca. 1949. Includes names of other authors such as Maxwell Anderson and Lawrence Durrell, and Santa Barbara publisher Noel Young. The purpose of the list is unstated. (SC 563).
  • Nin, Anaïs. One note (ANS) to Beverly Moio, saying Moio should visit, and that she is in the midst of Volume 5 (of her diaries). Los Angeles, June 1972. (SC 220).
  • 1984 Olympic Games Collection, ca. 1984. Pamphlets describing 1984 Olympic events, some held in the Santa Barbara area; also some correspondence, memorabilia, and newspaper supplements. (Mss 90).
  • Ninth U.S. Cavalry, Troop A. One stereoview of mounted troop, in formation. Underwood & Underwood, 1898. (Wyles SC 638).
  • Nineteenth Century Americana Collection, ca. 1754-1926 [bulk dates 1800s]. Mainly correspondence from the eastern part of the U.S., especially New England, New Jersey and, Pennsylvania. Subjects include slavery, abolition, Civil War, and overseas missions. (Mss 2).
  • Nineteenth Century Business Collection, ca. 1837-1898. Correspondence, lists, invoices and other documents relating to several East Coast businesses. Some of the material is from the Civil War era. (Mss 78).
  • Nineteenth Century Engravings and Lithographs, ca. 1800s-1890s. (Printers Mss 70).
  • Ninja Press Collection, ca. 1969-2006 [bulk dates 1984-2006]. Correspondence, articles, lectures, conference, exhibition, and organization files, project files, and related materials of UCSB book arts graduate and fine press owner Carolee Campbell. (Printers Mss 35).
  • Nisard, Charles (1808-1890). One letter (ALS), in French, from French historian and writer Nisard, to an unknown woman. Found in Nisard’s Les Gladiateurs… (1860). (SC 460).
  • Nisbet, Ada. One letter (TLS) to Oscar [?], mainly about the author of Frank’s Ranche. UCLA, Department of English, 24 Nov. 1969. (SC 221).
  • Nistal-Moret [Benjamin] Collection, ca. 1829-1979, 1993. Biographical material and research files re Nistal-Moret’s Esclavos Profugos y Cimarrones, Puerto Rico, 1770-1870, including documents from Puerto Rico, primarily pertaining to identification and registration of slaves and the apprehension of fugitives. (Wyles Mss 78).
  • Nixon Presidential Photograph Collection, 1969-1972. Mounted prints taken by official White House photographers; given to Mrs. [?] Firestone, mother of Brooks Firestone, and prominent Republican supporter. (Mss 248).
  • Nixon, Richard M. Copy of a letter (TLS), signed “Richard Nixon,” to Maude Barnard of Santa Barbara re her book Within the Walls of Peking, written during the height of the Watergate scandal and wishing Barnard “…the peace, joy and fulfillment you so richly deserve.” Washington, 24 September 1973. Found in Barnard’s Within the Walls of Peking (1973). (SC 462).
  • Nixon, Richard M. One letter (TLS), signed “Dick Nixon,” to T[homas] M. Storke, Santa Barbara News-Press, re advance copy of his book Six Crises. 19 May 1962. (SC 222).
  • N. N. Hill Brass Company Records, ca. 1890s-early 1900s. 25 letter books and one ledger of the N. N. Hill Brass Company of Middleton, CT, which manufactured tea bells, electric gongs, trinity chimes, telephone chime boxes, bicycle bells, and sleight bells. In the 1930s, the company received the Walt Disney toy contract, which became a major portion of their business. Product lines included bell-ringing pull toys and toy telephones with Disney characters. (Mss 47).
  • Noble, Elmer R. One letter (TLS) from Vice-Chancellor Noble and accompanying map of University of California, Santa Barbara College. Goleta, California, October 3, 1958. Laid in Santa Barbara Community Study, conducted by the Pereira and Luckman firm. [LD800.S292 P4 1958]. (SC 628).
  • Noble [Elmer Ray] Oral History, 1978. Interviews with the UCSB provost and professor of zoology, re his life, the University of California in the 1930s, and his academic career at UCSB. UCSB’s Noble Hall is named after him. History of Science Project. (OH 70).
  • 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).
  • [Nolton, William]. [New York Infantry, 147th Regiment (Vol)]. Two Civil War letters (ALS): one from brother Byron, 18 Oct. 1864, and one from cousin Molie, n.d. (Wyles SC 378).
  • Norcross, John E. One letter (ALS) and one note (ANS) to General Thomas H. Hubbard, re verse Norcross has written, 1912, n.d. Laid in Norcross’ Verses and Translations by a Union Soldier (1912). (Wyles SC 549).
  • Nordhoff, Charles Bernard. French identity card (with photo) for pilot and corporal, 1917, and passport, listing address as Tahiti, 1934. (SC 223).
  • [North Africa]. 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).
  • North Africa Cruise Album, 1912. Cruise album of a British couple, with about 100 photos and postcard views of Gibraltar, Morocco, Canary Islands, and Madeira. (Bernath Mss 39).
  • North Africa Photograph Album, ca. early 1900s. 96 b/w images, minimal captions in English, of local inhabitants, city views, street scenes, ports, boats, Roman ruins, in Algeria (Timgad, Lambise, Constantine, Tebessa), Tunisia (Dougga), and Morocco (Fez). (Bernath Mss 293).
  • North Africa Photograph Album, ca. 1904-1905. 96 b/w prints, no captions, of North African urban street scenes, local inhabitants and Europeans, buildings, churches, businesses, gardens, boats and harbors, railways, parades/processions, and soldiers. Includes images from Tunisia and possibly other countries. (Bernath Mss 89).
  • North Africa Photograph Album, 1924. 38 b/w snapshots, captions in English, of local inhabitants, desert, oases, village, market, and street scenes from Morocco (Amizmiz, Fez, Marrakesh, Taza), Algeria (El Oued, Khabylie, Tlemsen, Touggourt), and Tunisia (Kairwan, Tunis). (SC 960).
  • [North Carolina]. 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).
  • North Carolina Heavy Artillery. 1st Regiment (Vol, Colored). One Civil War document (ADS): Special Orders No. 21, by order of Major William H. Moore, signed by Henry Hallam, Adjutant, 2 Mar. 1865. (Wyles SC 381).
  • North West Frontier [Waziristan] Photograph Album, ca. mid 1920s. (Bernath Mss 189).
  • 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).
  • Northern Rhodesia. Three signed petitions to Her Majesty’s Secretary of State for the Colonies, to secede from the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, n.d. (SC 354).
  • 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).
  • Norton [David L.] Papers, 1960-1990. Correspondence, drafts, and notes from Norton’s writings on government, moral development. (HPA Mss 27).
  • [Norway]. 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).
  • [Norway]. 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).
  • [Norway]. Polish Army World War II Photograph Presentation Album, 1941. Album with 52 b/w snapshots, captions in English. The soldiers were part of a Polish, British, and Norwegian force that captured Ankenes and Narvik [Norway] from the German forces in May, 1940, and broke the chain of German victories in World War II. Includes photos of war-damaged buildings in Warsaw during the German Blitzkrieg of 1939, the Polish Free Army fighting in Norway, and images of Scotland, around St. Andrews, where the soldiers were based. (Bernath Mss 60).
  • [Norway]. 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).
  • [Norway]. Russia, Norway, and Sweden Photograph Album, ca. 1900-1910. (Bernath Mss 370).
  • [Norway]. 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).
  • Norwood [Alice] Collection, ca. 1880s-1980s. Mainly scrapbooks of greeting cards, holiday cards, photographs and travel souvenirs, postcards, trade cards, and other ephemera, as well as U.S. and world stamp albums and loose stamps, including blocks, commemorative stamps, first day covers, and sheets, all apparently assembled by Ventura, California resident Alice Norwood from her childhood on. (Mss 88).
  • Nourse, George A. One Civil War era document (ADS): Duplicate application to President Lincoln for post of U.S. District Attorney for Minnesota. St. Paul, Minnesota, with long list of petitioners supporting the appointment, Mar. 1861. (Wyles SC 491).
  • Noyes, Alfred. One signed greeting card, n.d. (SC 226).
  • Noyes, George R. One letter (ALS) from George R. Noyes, re his Congreve essay and other writing, to Walter [?], May 24, 1936. (SC 575).
  • Noyes-Wallace Family Collection, ca. 1850s-early 1900s. Documents and correspondence concerning Henry Erastus Noyes, George W. Wallace, and George W. Wallace, Jr., all soldiers in the U.S. Army. Also includes Noyes’ 1861 photo album and other material relating to West Point, his 107 pp. typescript "The Story of My Life,’ photographs and two holographic maps. Papers concern the Civil War, the Indian campaigns, the Boxer Rebellion, and the Philippine Insurrection. Noyes was a Congressional Medal of Honor winner. Includes commissions signed by Presidents Tyler, Fillmore, Lincoln, Grant, Hayes, McKinley, Roosevelt, and Taft. (Wyles Mss 10).
  • [Nuclear Age]. 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).
  • [Nuclear Age]. Atomic Age Collection, ca. 1946-1971. Pamphlets, brochures, flyers, and other ephemera dealing with issues of radiation and fallout, bomb shelters, civil defense, U.S.-Soviet relations, government and religious response to the development of the atom bomb. (Mss 245).
  • [Nuclear Age]. 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).
  • [Nuclear Age]. Japan Photographs, ca. 1945-1947. 160+ black/white snapshots, including some of Hiroshima. (Bernath Mss 149).
  • [Nuclear Age]. 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).
  • [Nuclear Age]. Kohn [Walter] Papers, ca. 1942-1998 [bulk dates 1960-1995]. UCSB professor of physics and recipient of the 1998 Nobel Prize in chemistry. Highlights of the collection include files from the 1950s relating to Kohn’s research into electron structure, correspondence and research from the 1980s on the development of a program to study the emerging field of quasicrystals, materials concerning Kohn’s involvement with various organizations devoted to peace and global conflict resolution, and materials relating to UCSB’s Institute for Theoretical Physics, of which Kohn was founding director. (UArch FacP 34).
  • [Nuclear Age]. Libby [Willard F.] Oral History, 1975-1977. Interview with Libby regarding his career, association with Los Alamos and Oppenheimer, C14 dating, by a UCSB graduate student. (OH 58).
  • [Nuclear Age Peace Foundation]. Kelly [Frank K.] Papers, 1907-2008 [bulk dates 1950s-1970s]. Papers of Frank K. Kelly, speechwriter for Harry Truman and longtime executive with the Santa Barbara-based Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) and the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (NAPF). Included are personal/family papers, correspondence (mostly incoming), speeches and writings by Kelly, and files relating to CSDI and NAPF. (Mss 279).
  • Nuclear Age Peace Foundation Collection, ca. 1980s-2006. Annual reports, bulletins, newsletters, published studies, programs, audiotapes, ephemera, artifacts, material relating to the Distinguished Peace Leadership Award and World Citizen Award, and files of Dean Babst. (Mss 203).
  • Nuclear Age Peace Foundation Oral History. Mainly interviews with Frank Kelly and David Krieger.
  • Nuttin, Joseph. Correspondence (photocopies) to and from Carl Rogers, 1962-1966. (HPA SC 92).
  • Nye and Bassett Family Collection, 1819-1890. Deeds and other documents from Massachusetts. (SC 227).
  • Nyholm [Jens and Amy] Collection. Includes correspondence, records, and newsletters, as well as family photographs, financial records, and thesis of Jens Nyholm, Chairman of the UCSB Library Friends and a book collector. Accompanies a collection of books, mainly European literature. (Mss 89).

  • Oasis Collection, 1979-1988. Catalogs and ephemera from the Oasis Center for Human Potential in Chicago. (HPA Mss 28).
  • Obern [George and Vivian] Collection. (SBHC Mss 32).
  • O’Brien (Neil) Papers, 1900-1940. Papers of blackfaced entertainer Neil O’Brien and his Great American Minstrels. (PA Mss 70).
  • 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).
  • Ochoa (Victor) Collection, 1962-2000. Art files, exhibition files, ephemera, posters and prints and other printed matter, photographs and slides, correspondence files, and recordings of the Chicano painter/muralist long considered to be one of the pioneers of San Diego’s Chicano art movement and co-founder of the Centro Cultural de la Raza in Balboa Park, a multidisciplinary community-based arts center devoted to producing and preserving Indian, Mexican, and Chicano art and culture. (CEMA 66).
  • O’Connell, Walter E. Vita, bibliography, and audiocassettes re oral histories and audio-seminar, ca. 1987-1988. (HPA SC 93).
  • Odundo (Magdalene) Oral History, ca. 1994-1995. Interviews for the University Art Museum, forming the basis for the exhibition catalogue Ceramic Gestures, New Vessels by Magdalene Odundo. (OH 72).
  • “Officers of Our Navy.” One Civil War era photoengraving, with images of nine Union officers, 1861. (Wyles SC 688).
  • Ogden [C. K.] Collection. Purchase in 1957 by the University of California of a library of 100,000 books from the estate of Ogden, creator of Basic English. The collection subsequently was distributed among the UC campuses. The highlight of the UCSB component is a Shakespeare Fourth Folio (1685).
  • Ohashi Institute. Vita, brochures, articles, and press releases re Wataru Ohashi and his technique, Ohashiatsu, ca. 1977-1987. (HPA SC 94).
  • [Ohio]. African American Photograph Album, ca. latter 1800s. 41 cartes de visite, albumens, tintypes, watercolors and drawings, most unidentified portraits of African American men and women, one with inscription Mrs. [Sara?] Long. The cdvs are from various locations, including Wilmington, North Carolina, Richmond, Virginia, Columbus, Ohio, and Liverpool. (Wyles Mss 130).
  • [Ohio]. Bill, Horace Harper [Civil War Union Lieutenant, 8th Ohio Vols]. One cover letter (ALS) by Ledyard Bill to Benson J. Lessing, a handwritten account Horace Harper Bill’s service in the Civil War, and a sketch of his sword and belt. New York, 1867. (Wyles SC 536).
  • [Ohio]. Camp Chase. 1862 Civil War era printed document [37th Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Mis. Doc. No. 94], joint resolution protesting the continued use of slaves as servants to Confederate officers held as prisoners at Camp Chase, near Columbus, Ohio. (Wyles SC 1089).
  • [Ohio]. Camp Chase Prison, No. 3, Columbus, Ohio. One Civil War document (ADS), description of Camp Chase Prison, No. 3, Columbus, Ohio, by A. Davis, 1862. Davis notes that inmates come from all walks of life, including farmers, lawyers, doctors, judges, criminals, sheriffs, gamblers, painters, singers, and surveyors. “A ramble through this city prison would present scenes of card playing and praying, earnest talking, deep arguments … obscene jesting and profane swearing. The same walk show some writhing in pain. Others cooking and eating, some trading and perhaps a man dying.” (Wyles SC 50).
  • [Ohio]. Civil War Soldier’s Letter, 1862. Reference to evacuation of Columbus (Ohio) and promotion of Major General Buell. (Wyles SC 1015).
  • [Ohio]. Eberitt and Hurst Families Civil War Letters, 1861-1865. Third Ohio Infantry. (Wyles Mss 125).
  • [Ohio]. 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).
  • [Ohio]. 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).
  • [Ohio]. 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).
  • [Ohio]. 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).
  • [Ohio]. Starr, William N. [Civil War Union Captain, Ohio Infantry, 42nd Regiment (Vol), Co. C]. Collection of correspondence to family members, 1862-1864. Photocopies of typescript copies. (Wyles SC 559).
  • [Ohio]. Wilson, Harrison [25th Ohio Infantry]. Collection of Civil War related material, including a letter (ALS) from [Gen.] M[ortimer] D. Leggett, 1883, asking for his remembrances of the Battle of Atlanta, July 22, 1864, and a 16-page typescript of his Civil War experiences, recounted in 1923. (Wyles SC 125).
  • Ohio Photograph Album, ca. 1920s. 80+ black and white snapshots, no captions, most seemingly from about the same time period, Mansfield, Ohio photographer (P. Bahl) printed on back of an earlier cdv. Many images of children and young adults, recreational activities, automobiles, houses and woods in winter, musical group on front porch and elsewhere, deer hunting and fishing trips. (SC 1089).
  • Ohleyer, George. California Gold Rush letter (ALS) to N. Haskell in Ohio, mainly about gold mining, the changing fortunes of the author, and money to be made from high prices for livestock and grain in Suisun, California (between Sacramento and San Francisco), 1853. Also two b/w photographs of Mr. and Mrs. George Ohleyer (from the Elite Gallery, Marysville, [OH]), [later, poss. ca. 1870s]. (Wyles SC 490).
  • Ohio Infantry [42nd Regiment, Co. C] Clothing Account Book, 1861-1864. Bound volume, Civil War era, with lists of clothing issued to soldiers. (Wyles Mss 64).
  • [Oil]. Baku Photograph Collection, ca. 1880-1900. 41 b/w prints of Baku (now capital of Azerbaijan) and countryside, likely taken by a British family. Includes images of family and friends, street scenes, the port, local inhabitants with carriages, wagons, camels, and other forms of transport, wooden oil rigs, and the Alexander Nevsky Russian Orthodox Cathedral. (SC 970).
  • [Oil]. Burma Photograph Collection, ca. 1902-1906. Includes oil-related photograhs, likely pertaining to Burmah Oil Co. and Standard Oil Co. (Bernath Mss 368).
  • [Oil]. Burma Photographs, ca. 1900-1910. Three black and white photographs and four photo postcards, some captions, incl. images of oil wells, (Burmah Oil Company) drillers, and Viceroy reception, with American and other flags flying. (SC 1072).
  • [Oil]. California Missions and Santa Barbara Area Glass Slides, ca. early 1900s. 39 color and black /white glass slides of California missions, including Santa Barbara mission; also Summerland Oil Wells, Los Banos, beach,olive trees, and Arlington Hotel in Santa Barbara. Firms include: A. D. Handy (Boston) and Putnam & Valentine (Los Angeles). (Mss 271).
  • [Oil]. Clyde [George] Scrapbooks, 1965-1976. Six large scrapbooks with clippings of oil stories, many relating to the 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill, but also earlier and later articles, from 1965 to 1976. The clippings are from the Santa Barbara News-Press, as well as other papers from Santa Barbara to Ventura, and the Los Angeles Times. Clyde worked for the Santa Barbara News-Press for a number of years and was a member of the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors from 1964 to 1973, which included the period of the 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill and its aftermath. During his time on the Board, he is best remembered for leading the fight against offshore oil leasing. (SBHC Mss 53).
  • [Oil]. Community Development and Conservation Collection (CDCC), ca. 1895-1980s. Four boxes of clippings on oil, mainly pre-1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill, and two boxes in the subject files. (SBHC Mss 1).
  • [Oil]. 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).
  • [Oil]. County Resource Management Office (CRMO) Collection. (SBHC Mss 25).
  • Diamond Oil Company Prospectus, ca. 1900. Pamphlet and map from the Diamond Oil Company of San Francisco. SC 1107).
  • [Oil]. 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).
  • [Oil]. 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).
  • [Oil]. 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).
  • [Oil]. 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).
  • [Oil]. 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).
  • [Oil]. Kelley [John A. L.] China Oil Photograph Collection, [1913-1914]. (Bernath Mss 367).
  • [Oil]. Kelly [Bill] Western Burma Photograph Album, ca. 1912. 45 black and white albumen photographs from the Yenangyat area of Western Burma, including images of railroads, oil wells and workers, Buddhist temples and statues, other buildings, local inhabitants (men, women, and children), rural scenes, water buffalo, countryside, markets, boats, and fakirs, apparently compiled by Bill Kelly, who seems to have been associated with one of the British oil companies. Also, several images of Kelly and other British residents engaged in hunting and cricket, and other activities. (Bernath Mss 333).
  • [Oil]. 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).
  • [Oil]. Moran [William R. and Robert B.] Papers, ca. late 1800s-late 1900s. This collection the non-music portion of the William R. Moran Collection, including material relating to Robert B. Moran (William R. Moran’s father) and William R. Moran. Most of the material relates to oil exploration, in California, other parts of the U.S., and abroad. There is an extensive photograph component to the collection, with glass plate negatives, early film negatives, contemporaneous b/w prints, and more recent color slides. (Mss 282).
  • [Oil]. Muskie, Edmund S. Three letters (TLS), to Harriet von Breton, re oil spill issues, 1969. Also, one note (TNS) re water quality improvement act, 1969. (SC 215).
  • [Oil]. Oil Spill Information Center (OSIC) Collection, ca. 1923-1973 [bulk dates 1969-1972]. Correspondence, articles, government publications, pamphlets, patents, reports, and related materials collected by the OSIC, primarily in rsponse to the 1969 Santa Barbara oil spill. The four-volume publication Oil Pollution: An Index-Catalog to the Collection of the Oil Spill Information Center (Santa Barbara: University Library, UCSB, 1972) serves as a guide to specific items in the collection. (SBHC Mss 11).
  • [Oil]. Palembang [Sumatra, Indonesia] Oil Industry Photograph Album, 1909. (Bernath Mss 229).
  • [Oil]. 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 oil wells (Brady, Texas). (Bernath 71).
  • [Oil]. 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).
  • [Oil]. Robertson [Alfred W.] Papers, ca. 1913-1979 [bulk dates 1934-1959]. Biographical files, correspondence, documents, clippings, photographs, scrapbooks, and sound recordings of a leading California State Assembly member from Santa Barbara, responsible for introducing and leading support of a bill to authorize transfer of Santa Barbara State College to the University of California system. Robertson Gym is named after him. He also authored a bill limiting development of coastal oil drilling, and led a movement to reform the California state constitution. (Mss 106).
  • [Oil]. 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).
  • [Oil]. Santa Barbara City and Coast Map, 1928. Large, ca. 30” x 80” map, with hand-colored key and shadings of areas owned/operated by oil companies of the time. (SC 956).
  • [Oil]. Santa Barbara Oil Spill Poster, 1969. One black and white poster of oil rig and oil spill on water’s surface, with caption “January 28, 1969.” (SC 1034).
  • [Oil]. Santa Barbara Oil Spill Scrapbook, 1969. One scrapbook with clippings tracing the history of the Santa Barbara Oil Spill of January 1969. The clippings cover the period from January to May 1969, most from the Santa Barbara News Press, but also including California Oil World, El Gaucho [UCSB], Lompoc Record, Long Beach Press Telegram, Los Angeles Herald, Los Angeles Times, Oil and Gas Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, and Santa Maria Times. (SBHC Mss 52).
  • [Oil]. Saudi Arabia Oil Photograph Collection, ca. 1936-1939. 199 black and white snapshots from a disbound album, captions in English on the back of many photographs, taken by an unidentified American involved in developing the early oil industry in Saudi Arabia at a time when U.S. interests, particularly Standard Oil of California [SOCAL], were supplanting British interests in the area. Most images relate to construction of oil camps in eastern Saudi Arabia, mainly at Abu Hadriya Camp (incl. prefab and other building construction, colleagues, Arab workers and living quarters, pipelines, oil wells and fire at one). Also local population and street scenes in village near Abu Hadriya, Al Khobar (Saudi coast – first oil barge; marine terminal), Jubail (Saudi coast – people and street scenes), local Bedouins and camels, Bahrain (pier and local scenes). (Bernath Mss 366).
  • [Oil]. Scott-McIntosh Petroleum, Incorporated Collection, ca. 1928-1930. Correspondence, notes, reports and aerial photographs re Ellwood Oil Field [Santa Barbara, CA], including images of Coal Oil Point and Goleta Point (now USCB). (SC 532).
  • [Oil]. Sharp [Robert C.] Papers, ca. 1963-1974. Includes bids, contracts, leases, logs, reports, charts, and court records pertaining to oil drilling in the Santa Barbara Channel, mainly regarding lawsuits stemming from the 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill. (SBHC Mss 7).
  • [Oil]. 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).
  • [Oil]. Smith [Dick] Collection, 1969-1971. Photographs and slides of the 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill, from Smith, prominent Santa Barbara County backwoodsman, newspaper writer, and wilderness advocate. (SBHC Mss 56).
  • [Oil]. Sollen [Robert] Collection, ca. 1954-1996. Draft mss of Sollen’s monograph An Ocean of Oil, plus binders of related photographs, many taken by Sollen as a Santa Barbara news photographer, and notes for his book. Also, other materials relating to the oil industry, including chronological files, clippings, companies, leasing, and subject files. (SBHC Mss 33).
  • [Oil]. Summerland, California. Two b/w mounted photographs, ca. 4 ¾ “ x 7 ½ “, ca. late 19th century, views of coast with oil derricks. (SC 798).
  • [Oil]. Taft Petroleum Company Report, ca. 1911. Promotional piece [14 pp.] describing past performance and opportunities at Casmalia, Santa Maria Oilfields, Santa Barbara County, California. (SC 949).
  • [Oil]. Thomson (Leslie) / Russia Photograph Album, ca. 1902-1907. Includes images of Baku oilfields and earthquake of 1907. (Bernath Mss 371).
  • [Oil]. Trade Catalog Additions, ca. 1850s-1970s. Single and small groups of catalogs acquired from multiple sources, augmenting the Romaine Trade Catalog Collection. Includes maps, sales brochures, and other material relating to various oilfields, primarily in California. (Mss 200).
  • [Oil]. Trans-Arabian Pipeline Photograph Collection, ca. 1947. 80 black and white snapshots of the early days of the Bechtel Company’s construction of the Saudi Arabia portion of the Trans-Arabian Pipeline (Tapline), carrying oil via a 30 inch line to tankers in the Mediterranean. Includes images of marine terminal construction on the eastern Saudi Arabian coast, Bechtel and local boats, trucks with pipe and other heavy machinery, American, Saudi Arabian, and Indian workmen, Arab in traditional dress with falcon, Arab men, women and children, and camels. (SC 1099).
  • [Oil]. Udall, Stewart. One letter (TLS) to Harriette Von Breton, re offshore oil and gas deposits. Department of the Interior, Washington, [D.C], 25 April 1968. (SC 316).
  • [Oil]. Von Breton [Harriette C.] Papers, 1944-1978. Files relating to various civic and political issues, including the 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill. (SBHC Mss 8).
  • [Oil]. Venezuela and Curaçao Oil Industry Photograph Collection, ca. 1920s. 52 black and white snapshots, most in an album, several of the Curaçoische Petroleum Industrie Maatschappij (CPIM) oil refining facility, and oil rigs and workers at the Venezuelan lake of Maracaibo; also street scenes, shops, local population, port, ships. (Bernath Mss 359).
  • [Oil]. Venezuela Photograph Album, ca. 1940. Approximately 243 black and white images, various sizes, captions in English, most of the area in and around Caripito, apparently taken by one of a group of oil workers. Includes photos of local population, living quarters, and street scenes, oil rigs, seismograph drilling, oil tankers, Tobago, loading coal at Puerta de la Cruz, views of Caracas, San Tomé, Guyaba Indians, aerial views, and U.S. Army planes at Quirequire airport, 1940. (Bernath Mss 363).
  • [Oil]. Weingand et al, v. County et al (Channel Island Drilling) Collection. (SBHC Mss 31).
  • [Oil]. Whitehead [Richard S.] Papers, ca. 1909-1974. Alphabetical and geographical files pertaining to land use and planning, from the County of Santa Barbara Director of Planning at the time of the 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill. (SBHC Mss 9).
  • [Ojai]. Wilder, Thorton (1897-1975). One letter (ALS) from American playwright and novelist Wilder, to Mary Cheadle, recalling his early days at Thacher School in the Ojai Valley. Edgartown, MA, August 17, 1975. (SC 342).
  • O’Keefe, Georgia. One inscribed greeting card, n.d. (SC 228).
  • [Okinawa]. Japan – Okinawa Photograph Album, 1952-1953. (Bernath Mss 147).
  • [Okinawa]. 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).
  • Okinawa World War II Photograph Album, 1945. 30 b/w photos of Okinawa during World War II, no captions, apparently taken by a soldier with the U.S. Sixth Marine Division. Includes images of U.S. soldiers, armored vehicles, naval vessels in action, destroyed Japanese aircraft, Japanese casualties and prisoners, and Okinawans in rural settings. (Bernath Mss 42).
  • [Okinawa]. World War II – Philippines, New Guinea, Okinawa Photograph Collection, ca. 1940s. More than 1,000 mostly World War II b/w photos, with scenes in Okinawa, including surrender of Japanese forces there. (Bernath Mss 38).
  • Oklahoma Land Lottery Photographs, 1900. Three mounted images. (Wyles SC 1020).
  • 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).
  • Oliver [Marion M.] Collection, ca. early 1900s. Correspondence and reports, much of it relating to women’s issues and women’s clubs, including the California Federation of Women’s Clubs; also several essays or speeches on various writers, artists, and historical figures. (SC 552).
  • 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).
  • Olmstead, Frederick Law, [Jr.]. One letter (TLS) from Frederick Law Olmstead [son of the famed American landscape architect], Berkeley, April 6, 1945; and one note [TN] “A Notable Lawsuit: The Story of Captain Kidd’s Treasure and F. L. Olmstead’s Lawsuit against the Astor Estate,” n.d. Laid in F. H. Head, Studies in Early American History: A Notable Lawsuit by Franklin H. Head (Chicago: Privately printed, 1898). (SC 568).
  • Olmsted, Frederick Law. One printed pamphlet issued by Olmsted as Secretary of the Relief Service of the Sanitary Commission, 1862. (Wyles SC 926).
  • Olsen [Don] / Ox Head Press Collection, 1967-2003. The collection includes limited edition material by Robert Bly, Ralph Waldo Emerson, John Keats, Ursula K. LeGuin, Pablo Neruda (tr. by Olsen), Percy Bysshe Shelley, and Walt Whitman. (Printers Mss 65).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Optic, Oliver (1822-1897) [pseudonym of William Taylor Adams]. American novelist. Holdings include The Soldier Boy (1863) [Wyles PZ5.A3 S64], Brave Old Salt (1866) [Spec PS1006.A5 B73 1866], Dikes and Ditches (1868) [Spec PS1006.A5 D5], Our Standard-Bearer, or, The Life of General Ulysses S. Grant (1868) [Wyles E672.O67 1868], Bivouac and Battle (1871) [Wyles PZ5.A3 B5], Within the Enemy’s Lines (1889) [Wyles PZ5.A3 W5], On the Blockade (1890) [Wyles PZ5.A3 O5], Stand by the Union (1891) [Wyles PZ5.A3 S7], Fighting for the Right (1892) [Wyles PZ5.A3 F5], The Yankee Middy (1892) [Wyles PZ5.A3 Y35], A Victorious Union (1893) [Wyles PZ5.A3 V5], Brother Against Brother (1894) [Wyles PZ5.A3 B7], A Lieutenant at Eighteen (1895) [Wyles PZ5.A3 L5], At the Front (1897) [Wyles PZ5.A3 A7], and An Undivided Union (1899) [Wyles PZ5.A3 U5].
  • Oraibi (Hopi) Indian Photographs, ca. 1897. Collection of albumen photographs, 10 images of 1897 Moki Snake Dance (stamp of G. Wharton James, Pasadena, Cal. on most); 3 images of Oraibi women and children, gathering of clans, n.d.; 1 image of group of men, including James, E. E. Hall, and Frederick H. Maude, n.d. (Wyles SC 1021).
  • [Oregon]. 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).
  • [Oregon]. 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).
  • [Oregon]. 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 and the Mother Earth Publishing Association, the International Workers of the World (IWW), Father William E. Riker (a segregationist propagandist and promoter from Holy City, California), and a number of radical publishing houses. (Mss 48).
  • [Oregon]. 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).
  • Oregon Photograph. One b/w 3 3/4" x 10 1/2" print of Vista House, Crown Point, Columbia River Highway, taken by Cross & Dimmitt, Portland, Oregon. (Wyles SC 625).
  • Oregon Scenes. Two b/w 3 1/2" x 11 1/2" prints of Illecillewaet River and Little Yoho River, taken by Pittsbury Picture Company, San Francisco, 1906. (Wyles SC 626).
  • Orendorff, William F. [Captain, New York 21st Brigade and 13th Division of Infantry]. One document (ADS): Brigade Order, re resignation of Captain Orendorff, 26 June 1847. From: CDCC. (Wyles SC 565).
  • Orent [Sander] Papers, 1988. Drafts and proofs of Dr. Orent’s book, Stress and the Heart. (HPA Mss 29).
  • 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).
  • Orlovsky [Peter] Papers, ca. 1958-1985. (Mss 221).
  • Ornelas [Carlos] Papers. Materials relating to the Chicano activist/educator. (CEMA 84).
  • Orquesta [Medellin] Collection, ca. 1928-1950. Photograph album of a Los Angeles based musical "conjunto" and family photos of the group’s female lead. (CEMA 45).
  • Ortale [Bonnie Bunt] Confederate Collection, ca. 1860s, 1885, 1980s. 1885 reproduction of July 2, 1863 issue of Vicksburg Daily Citizen, printed on wallpaper; piece of Confederate flag from Fort Dionelson; and related publication, The Campaigns for Fort Donelson. (Wyles SC 1039).
  • Ortiz-Taylor [Sheila] Papers  pdf icon. (CEMA 13).
  • 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).
  • Otis, Elwell Stephen (1838-1909) [Captain, New York Infantry, 140th Regiment (Vol), Company D]. Civil War diary, 1863, and four documents (AD), mostly accounts, ca. 1863-1864. (Wyles SC 374).
  • Ousdal [Asbjorn] Papers, ca. 1930s-1950s. Correspondence, scrapbooks, magazines, pamphlets, and manuscripts of writings by a Santa Barbara resident and medical doctor (osteopathy) who also had interests in fossils and creative writing, with titles such as “Our Revolting Society,” re rise of fascism, and “Vinland Saga.” (Mss 92).
  • Overland Express Collection, 1860s. 17 items, including correspondence, checks, letterheads, logos, receipts and vouchers relating to Wells Fargo, Overland Stage Line, Pony Express, Judge Carter, Ben Holladay, and Nat Stein. (Wyles SC 976).
  • Ovid (43 BC-17 AD) [full name Publius Ovidius Naso]. Roman poet. Holdings include Amatoria (1536) [Spec PA6519.A4 1536], Metamorphoseon (1553) [Spec PA6519.M2 1553], Le Metamorfosi di Ovidio (1584) an early translation into Italian [Spec PA6525.M2 A5 vault], Ovid’s Metamorphosis, Englished, Mythologiz’d, and Represented in Figures (1632) an early translation into English [Spec PA6522.M2 S3 vault], Ovid’s Metamorphoses in Fifteen Books (1717) featuring translations into English by the likes of Dryden, Addison, Croxall, Gay, and Pope [Spec PA6522.M2 G3 1717 vault], Les Métamorphoses d’Ovide (1808) featuring text in Latin and French [Spec PA6519.M2 1808], and a facsimile edition of William Caxton’s 1480 manuscript of Metamorphoses (1968) [Spec PA6522.M2 C3 1480a]. Fine press editions of the Metamorphoses by A. Lévy (1878) in French [Printers Z239.4.L5 O8], the De La More Press (1904) [Printers Z239.2.D4 O85 vault], an edition illustrated by Pablo Picasso (c.1970) [Spec PA6523.M2 P52 1970z], and by Sheep Meadow Press (1986) [Printers Z239.S4376 O95 1986]; fine press editions of The Art of Beauty by Black-Letter-Press (1989) featuring text in Latin and German [Printers Z239.5.B53 O95 1989], and by Arundel Press (1990) featuring text in Latin and English [Printers Z239.A736 O95 1990].
  • Ovington, Earle. One letter (TLS) to [Curtis] Freschel, re successful investments. Santa Barbara, CA, 25 July 1922. (SC 231).