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  • 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).
  • Sackett, Edwin M. (1844-1915) [Artificer, New York Engineers, 50th Regiment (Vol), Company B]. Papers, including Civil War diary (1865), discharge, and typescript biographical sketch. (Wyles SC 363).
  • [Sacramento]. 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).
  • [Sacramento]. Gonzalez (Luis C.) Papers. Works of art on paper by the Sacramento, California based Chicano artist, also known as Louie-the-foot). (CEMA 74).
  • [Sacramento]. 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 News-Press, and the Standard (Chicago). (Wyles Mss 93).
  • [Sacramento]. Royal Chicano Air Force Archives, 1973-1988. Extensive collection of slides and silkscreen prints, along with administrative records, news clippings, correspondence, exhibition descriptions and flyers, photographs, creative writings, and miscellaneous publications of the Sacramento-based artists collective. Founding members of the RCAF include José Montoya, Esteban Villa, Juanishi V. Orosco, Ricardo Favela, and Rudy Cuellar. (CEMA 8).
  • [Sacramento]. U.S. Mail Line, Oregon Stage Company. One document, Way-bill for Sacramento-Marysville run, 14 Dec. 1866. (Wyles SC 689).
  • [Sacramento]. Villa (Esteban) Papers, 1974-2002. Original sketches, correspondence, exhibition announcements, collected writings, and research files of the Sacramento Chicano artist and muralist, and one of the founding members of the Royal Chicano Air Force, an artists’ cultural collective. (CEMA 50).
  • St. Charles [Charles de] Peru Correspondence, 1870-1872. (SC 958).
  • St. George, George A. 1 letter (ALS) to [?] Wyant, thanking him for signing book. Bombay, India, 27 Oct. 1944. Laid in St. Geroge’s With Lyre and Saxophone (Spec PR9499.3.S23 W59 1943). (SC 124).
  • “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).
  • [St. Mary’s Academy]. One letter (ALS) from unknown author to Rev. C. B. Perry of Baltimore, MD, re placement of two boys in St. Mary’s Academy, upon recommendation of a Mr. Flowers, who the author does not know “… but am of the opinion that he is a white man.” Washington, D.C., Feb. 18, 1886. (Wyles SC 1062).
  • Saint-Pierre, H. C. [Corporal, New York Volunteers, 76th Regiment, Company F; later, Judge]. One typescript ms re escape from the Confederate prison camp at Andersonville, n.d. (Wyles SC 368).
  • [Saipan]. Japanese Saipan Photograph Album, 1914-1944. About 170 b/w snapshots and a few postcard views, of the Japanese period in Saipan. Includes a number of shots of the local Saipan population and scenery, but most of the photos are of Japanese adults and children, families, groups, leisure activities, sports (including several shots of baseball teams), boy scouts, geishas, and the extensive sugar cane industry. (Bernath Mss 69).
  • [Saipan]. 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).
  • Saipan, Philippines, and Guam Photograph Album, 1946-1950. (Bernath Mss 298).
  • Saipan Post-World War II Photograph Collection, ca. 1945-1946. 16 b/w snapshots, including aerial views of POW camp and local Saipan population. (SC 952).
  • [Salt Lake City]. Four letters (ALS) from I. R. (Ike) Thompson to William L. Vennard, 1861-1862. Includes description of 10 ½ day coach ride to Salt Lake City and account of the area. (Wyles SC 871).
  • Saltus, Edgar. One note (ANS) from American writer and philosopher Saltus to [?] Allen re a libelous aricle about Saltus. Laid in Eden: An Episode. [11 Apr. 1888]. (SC 272).
  • Saltzman, Nolan. Typescript autobiography and articles, ca. 1986-1987. (HPA SC 106).
  • Salvation Army. Dec. 23, 1893 issue of the War Cry (San Francisco, CA). (SC 1078).
  • [Samoa]. 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).
  • Sample [Kenneth C.] Civilian Conservation Corps Photograph Album, ca. 1933-1935. Includes images from South Dakota, North Dakota, Arkansas, and New Orleans. (Mss 275).
  • [San Diego]. Alurista [Alberto Urista] Papers, 1954-2010. Scripts, correspondence, photographs, autographed books and ephemera of the Chicano artist and poet, one of the leading literary figures of the Chicano Movement era, who helped to establish The Centro Cultural de la Raza in San Diego. (CEMA 21).
  • [San Diego]. Archer (John F.) Susohn Etching Plates, 1976. 18 original etching plates [linoleum cuts], used in Archer’s printed portfolio, Susohn: A Personal Journey (San Diego, CA: Atavistic Press, 1976). Also, author’s autograph copy of Susohn, no. 13 of an edition of 30, as well as other titles by Atavistic Press. (Printers Mss 29).
  • [San Diego]. 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).
  • [San Diego]. Centro Cultural de La Raza Archives, 1970-1999. Slides and other materials relating to the San Diego artists’ collective, co-founded in 1970 by Chicano poet Alurista and artist Victor Ochoa. Known as a center of indigenismo (indigenism) during the Aztlán phase of Chicano art in the early 1970s. (CEMA 12).
  • [San Diego]. 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).
  • [San Diego]. 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).
  • [San Diego]. One letter (ALS) from Lillie [?] to brother Maurice about personal matters and mutual acquaintances. San Diego, April 6, 1895. (SC 494).
  • [San Diego]. 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).
  • [San Diego]. 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).
  • [San Diego]. Torero (Mario) Collection. Materials of the San Diego artist, political activist, and teacher, also known as co-founder of several local cultural organizations, including the Centro Cultural de la Raza, the Chicano Park Murals Outdoor Museum, and the San Diego/Tijuana artists’ group United By Art (UBA). (CEMA 44).
  • [San Diego]. Torres (Salvador Roberto) Papers, 1934-2002 [bulk dates 1962-2002]. Personal and biographical information, files relating to professional activities and teaching, and correspondence of the Mexican-American artist, mural painter, and activist, best known for his work in creating San Diego’s Chicano Park, which includes the largest collection of Chicano murals in the world, and as a founder of the Centro Cultural de la Raza and Las Toltecas en Aztlán, a Chicano artists group. (CEMA 38).
  • [San Francisco]. Alternative Press Collection. Mainly U.S. newspapers, with an emphasis on California, but also some foreign titles. In most cases there are only single or scattered issues, not long runs. Included are newspapers environmental, issues, with titles such as Earth Times (San Francisco, CA, 1970) and Iowa Environmental News (Ames, IA, 1971). Some longer runs of newspapers such as Green Revolution, are cataloged separately. (Mss 169).
  • [San Francisco]. 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).
  • [San Francisco]. Beecher [John] Collection, ca. 1957-1977. Broadsides, prospectii, flyers, announcements, quartos, and other printed matter relating to radical poet, steel mill worker, teacher (San Francisco State and elsewhere), rancher, descendant of the New England abolitionist Beecher family, and printer John Beecher and his poetry. Several items were hand-set and printed at the Morning Star Press and Rampart Press by John and Barbara Beeecher. (Printers Mss 77).
  • [San Francisco]. Belcher, Sir Edward (1799-1877). One map, “Geological Plan of the Port of San Francisco, California,” coloured by Lieutenant E. Belcher, [Dec. 1826]. (SC 22).
  • [San Francisco]. 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).
  • [San Francisco]. Bishop [Edith] Collection, 1892-1895. Correspondence and autographs from actors and actresses, to a San Francisco autograph collector. (SC 2).
  • [San Francisco]. Bookplate Collection, ca. 1800s-mid 1900s. Bookplates from various sources, mainly 20th century American, including a number from Santa Barbara and other parts of California. Included are works by artists/designers such as Marc Chagall. Some in the early 20th century Arts & Crafts style. Represented in the collection are bookplates for a number of well-known individuals such as Edward Borein, Charlie Chaplin, Sally Fields, and Tom Mix. Includes Paul Elder & Co. bookplates (Santa Barbara and San Francisco). (Printers Mss 34).
  • [San Francisco]. California and the West Picture Postcard Collection, ca. early 1900s. Includes 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire. (Mss 231).
  • [San Francisco]. California Infantry, 3rd Regiment (Vols), Co. A. Civil War document appealing for volunteers. San Francisco, 18 Sept. 1861. (Wyles SC 308).
  • [San Francisco]. California Picture Postcard Collection. 17 items, including images of 1906 San Francisco earthquake and homes of Hollywood stars such as Bob Hope, Mickey Rooney, and Jack Benny, ca. late 1930s. (Wyles SC 608).
  • [San Francisco]. Chinese American Political Association Archives, 1984-2006 pdf icon. Records of a San Francisco Bay Area organization focused on educating and empowering Chinese Americans in the political process. (CEMA 48).
  • [San Francisco]. Chinese American Voters Education Committee, Inc. (CAVEC) Archives, 1984-2000 [bulk dates 1986-1992]. Files of the CAVEC, a non-profit, non- partisan citizen education organization in the San Francisco Bay Area, founded in 1976 to help the large population of Asian immigrants become active participants in the civic life of the area. (CEMA 61).
  • [San Francisco]. Cobb, George H. One disbound photo album containing 115 black/white images, various sizes, of family and friends, Santa Barbara and Montecito scenes including Santa Barbara Mission and Riven Rock, President McKinley’s visit to Santa Barbara, San Francisco, ca 1900-1905. (Wyles SC 613).
  • [San Francisco]. “The Co-operato, No. 2.” Printed pamphlet for “Self Respecting, Self Supporting, Small Salaried Women,” San Francisco, CA, ca. 1899-1900. (SC 1005).
  • [San Francisco]. Dewing [James] Papers, 1865-1936. Thirteen items of Barbara DeWolfe’s grandfather, James Dewing, including a photograph, materials relating to his service in the 18th Regiment of Connecticut Infantry, Company A, during the Civil War (discharge papers, widow’s pension, GAR receipts), publishing/piano manufacturing business in San Francisco (letterhead stationery, calling card, court records re failure of the business), and death (memorial service address, National Cemetery Regulations). (Wyles SC 1012).
  • [San Francisco]. 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).
  • [San Francisco]. Driscoll [Mrs. Thomas] Oral History. Interview with a prominent Santa Barbara resident, re family history and their association with Admiral Farragut, Cyrus McCormick, Mark Twain, and Theodore Roosevelt. Also personal experiences of Santa Barbara elite society ca. 1900 and the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 34).
  • [San Francisco]. Gahagan [G. William] Collection, ca. 1935-1953 [bulk dates 1942-1945]. Includes propaganda magazines, pamphlets, and leaflets used both in the Pacific and Atlantic theaters of war; OWI outpost reports; U.N. Conference press releases, circulars, correspondence and photos relating to a public relations officer for the Office of War Information’s Overseas Branch in San Francisco. (Bernath Mss 8).
  • [San Francisco]. Galería de la Raza (GDLR) Archives, ca. 1966-1989. Administrative records, programs, subject files, correspondence, clippings, slides, photographs, serigraphs, posters, silkscreen prints, ephemera and other creative materials documenting activities of the San Francisco Bay Area Chicano cultural arts center. Includes work by many of the prominent Chicano(a)/Latino(a) artists, such as Juana Alicia, Rodolfo (Rudy) Cuellar, Alfredo De Batuc, Ricardo Favela, Gilbert Luján (Magu), Ralph Maradiaga, Juanishi Orosco, Irene Pérez, Patricia Rodríguez, and René Yañez. (CEMA 4).
  • [San Francisco]. Gonzalez (Maya) Papers. Slides of art work and biographical ephemera of acclaimed San Francisco-based Chicana painter and children’s book illustrator. (CEMA 103).
  • [San Francisco]. 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).
  • [San Francisco]. 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).
  • [San Francisco]. Haight-Ashbury Collection, ca. 1967. Mainly handbills and broadsides advertising the cultural and political activities and perspectives of the hippie movement in and around Haight-Ashbury in the latter 1960s. (Mss 42).
  • [San Francisco]. Hooker, Joseph [1814-1879; Civil War Union General]. One letter (ALS) to James W. Denver (California Congressman), seeking aid for appointment in the Paymaster General’s Department, at a time after he had resigned from the army and failed at farming. San Francisco, 2 May 1857. (Wyles SC 517).
  • [San Francisco]. Huse [Charles E.] Diary, 1850-1857. Typescript draft of the diary, edited by William Henry Ellison and translated (from the Spanish) by Francis Price. The original two-volume manuscript diary is housed in the Santa Barbara Historical Society Library. Huse was a Harvard graduate who came to California shortly after the Gold Rush, first to San Francisco, then Santa Barbara. Much of the diary describes the transition of Santa Barbara from the Spanish to the American way of life. (Wyles Mss 5).
  • [San Francisco]. Johnson, Thomas P. Cancelled check from Sheriff Thomas P. Johnson to R. B Turner & Co., for $26.11. San Francisco: Palmer, Cook & Co., Bankers, Sept. 19, 1853. (Wyles SC 1073).
  • [San Francisco]. 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).
  • [San Francisco]. 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).
  • [San Francisco]. 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).
  • [San Francisco]. [Mexican Americans / California / Civil War]. 1 broadside, “A los Mexicanos – e Hispano-Americanos…,” San Francisco, 1863. (Wyles SC 930).
  • [San Francisco]. 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).
  • [San Francisco]. 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).
  • [San Francisco]. Paul Elder and Company Collection, ca. 1898-1936. Catalogs and lists, mainly issued by the Fine and Rare Book Department of Paul Elder & Co., San Francisco, as well as photocopies of title pages of Paul Elder imprints (copies of which are in the UCSB Libraries). (Printers Mss 30).
  • [San Francisco]. Posters of the 1960s, [bulk dates latter 1960s]. 27 original printed posters, many in vivid color, most advertising concerts and readings in Detroit, San Francisco, and Santa Barbara / Isla Vista, CA. Includes appearances by Big Brother & the Holding Company; Blood, Sweat & Tears; Richard Brautigan; Basil Bunting; Cream; Doors; Fugs; and John Mayall. Poster artists include Jim Blashfield, Gary Grimshaw, John Lodge, Carl Lundgren, and Chuck Miller. (Mss 265).
  • [San Francisco]. Roxburghe Club Collection, ca. 1928-1980. Printed announcements, invitations, keepsakes, membership lists, notices, and other printed items, ca. 1928-1980, produced by various members of the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco, including Lewis and Dorothy Allen, Arion Press (Andrew Hoyem), Grabhorn Press (Edwin and Robert Grabhorn), Grabhorn-Hoyem, Grace Hoper Press (Sherwood Grover), Lawton and Alfred Kennedy, John Henry Nash, Tamalpais Press (Roger Levenson), and Adrian Wilson Press. (Printers Mss 17).
  • [San Francisco]. Selver [Charlotte] Papers, 1957-1995. Personal and professional correspondence, writings, and sound records of Charlotte Selver, student of Elsa Gindler in Europe, and the person who introduced sensory awareness to the U.S. Closely connected to the Esalen Institute and San Francisco Zen Center. Her work is continued by the Sensory Awareness Foundation. (HPA Mss 33).
  • [San Francisco]. Sherman, William Tecumseh. One letter (ALS) to Dona [?], re sending funds with Sully [?]. The steamer Winfield Scott, in which Sully had embarked for home, was wrecked on an island [presumably one of the Channel Islands] not far from Santa Barbara. “This morning two steamers started to their relief. Fortunately the weather has been mild…” San Francisco, 7 Dec. 1853. (Wyles SC 16).
  • [San Francisco]. Sherman, William Tecumseh. One letter (ALS). San Francisco, 13 Sept. 1880. (Wyles SC 210).
  • [San Francisco]. 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).
  • [San Francisco]. Thompson, William C. [Commander, steamer Sarah Sands]. One letter (ALS), in Spanish, to the pastor of Mission San Antonio, re running out of coal and other supplies, and sending representatives to Monterey and San Francisco to obtain them. San Simeon Bay [California], 20 May 1850. Wyles SC 247).
  • [San Francisco]. 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).
  • [San Francisco]. Tyson [Seth H.] Correspondence, 1853, 1855. Six letters (ALS) from Tyson, a young man from Philadelphia, mostly to his mother, re the California Gold Rush in Calaveras County. Also includes typescript transcriptions of the letters. Early letters talk about working in San Francisco and on farms, but later ones mainly concern his prospecting ups and downs, the hard work, problems with lack of water in the rivers, difficult financial dealings, and general uncertainty of life in the gold fields. (Wyles SC 253).
  • [San Francisco]. “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).
  • [San Francisco]. Wilke [William Hancock] Collection, arly 1900s. Examples of illuminations and book plates Wilke did for the press of John Henry Nash, as well as numerous drawings and water colors of San Francisco scenes, and two original posters for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. (Printers Mss 23).
  • [San Francisco]. World Tour Photograph Album, 1907-1908. 458 b/w snapshots of a world tour by an unknown American woman with images from Gibraltar, Spain, France, Egypt, Ceylon, India, Burma, Java, Singapore, Philippines, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Hawaii, and San Francisco Bay. (Bernath Mss 79).
  • San Francisco Songs, ca. 1860s-1870s. 15 items. (Wyles SC 981).
  • Sanchez (Gil) Collection, 1974-2008 pdf icon. Personal and biographical information, correspondence, Thousands of drawings, research materials, photographs, and other materials of the Mexican American architect whose restoration projects have included the Santa Barbara Presidio, Mission San Juan Bautista, San Juan Capistrano, Mission Santa Clara, the Peralta Adobe, Santa Cruz Mission State Historic Park Adobe, and Juana Briones Adobe. (CEMA 15).
  • [Sanchez, Thomas]. 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).
  • 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].
  • Sanders [James] China and Philippines Photograph Album, ca. 1920s. (Bernath Mss 264).
  • Sandstone Center (Topanga, CA). Calendars, 1975-1976. (HPA SC 107).
  • [Sanford, John]. 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).
  • [Sanford, John]. Bason (Robert E.) Collection of the Writings of John Sanford (1904-2003). (Mss 266)./li>
  • Sanford, John. One letter (ALS) from author Sanford to Harden Goldstein, responding to request for information about his earlier publications. Encino, California, 12 May 1947. (SC 266).
  • 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).
  • Sanford, Junius [Ohio Infantry, 128th Regiment]. One Civil War document (ADS): Mustering Out, 13 July 1865. (Wyles SC 385).
  • Sanger, Margaret. One letter (TLS) to Robert B. Sweet re his article concerning birth control technique. New York, 1 Nov. 1932. (SC 267).
  • Sanger [Margaret] Birth Control Collection, ca. 1921-1966 [bulk dates 1930-1936]. 26 booklets, pamphlets, programs, and other printed ephemera relating to birth control advocate Margaret Sanger and organizations such as the American Birth Control League, Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau (Margaret Sanger, Director), Birth Control Federation of America, Inc. (Margaret Sanger, honorary chairman of the board), Margaret Sanger Research Bureau, National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control (Margaret Sanger, Chairman/President), and the Western States Conference on Birth Control and Population Problems. (Mss 220).
  • [Santa Barbara]. ACCESS Collection, 1965-1988. Files pertaining to the Alternative Comprehensive Environmental Study System (ACCESS) project in Santa Barbara county. (SBHC Mss 29).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Artists’ Collection. Primarily correspondence, clippings, and photographs collected by Margaret [?], re Robert Henri, William Merrit Chase, and Santa Barbara artists William Louis Otte and Della Shull, ca. 1907-1957. (SC 481)
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Benet [Linda] – Graham Mackintosh Collection. (Printers Mss 60).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Borein, Edward. One black and white inscribed, mounted photograph of western artist Borein. Santa Barbara, California, 16 Sept. 1930. (Wyles SC 683).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Borein, Edward. Poster advertising The Pinto Horse, by Charles Elliott Perkins; illustrated by Edward Borein. First edition was published in 1927. (SC 985).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Brown, Pat [Governor of California]. Mimeograph script for KEYT [Santa Barbara television station] for program "Campaign Special #1," showcasing local developments during his tenure, Sept. 25, 1962. (SC 381).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Burns [Vincent Godfrey] Collection, ca. 1930s-1969. Drafts of writings, as well as correspondence, clippings, and other ephemera of poet and journalist Burns, who wrote in a populist style on patriotic and homespun American subjects and who lived in Santa Barbara for a time. (Mss 13).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. California Picture Postcard Album, ca. 1900. Album, ca. 1900, containing 45 black/white and color picture postcards. Mostly California, including several images of Santa Barbara (Potter Hotel, ocean front, mission, Santa Cruz Island), Los Angeles (court house, street scenes, parks), Santa Monica (Soldiers’ home, pier), Catalina Island, San Diego (La Jolla, Coronado Hotel, Ramona’s Marriage Place), and Pasadena (valley view, Hotel Raymond). Also a few postcards from New Mexico (mainly train stations) and Kingman, Arizona (city and countryside). (SC 823).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Calkins (James A.) Collection. Family and local history collection of b/w photos and clippings relating to the Calkins family and Santa Barbara area, including Zaca Lake Ranch. (SBHC Mss 24).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Chase [Harold S.] Oral History, 1975. Interviews with others about Santa Barbara realtor, developer, and civic leader Chase, re his coming to Santa Barbara, Hope Ranch development, role in public affairs, including earthquake and depression relief, fundraising for Cottage Hospital, wildlife conservation, and family life. (OH 26).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Chase, Pearl. Carbon copy of a letter (TLS) from Pearl Chase to John A. Hussey, Historian, National Park Service, San Francisco, re birth of Isabel Larkin, believed to be first child born in California of American parents. Santa Barbara, September 1962. (SC 388).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Chroma Litho Collection, [ca. 1980s]. 10 color examples of work by Santa Barbara-based Chroma Litho printers. (SC 1037).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Church [Donald R.] / Santa Barbara Old Mission Postcard Collection, ca. early 1900s. Picture postcards, b/w and color, many mailed, with messages. (SBHC Mss 62).
  • [Santa Barbara]. City Club of Santa Barbara. Constitution and By-Laws, incorporated Nov. 2, 1936, and revised Feb. 8, 1960. (SC 747).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Climatological Data, ca. 1957-1973 [bulk dates 1959-1961]. Climatological data sheets from Point Mugu, Santa Barbara, Santa Maria; also shorter runs of data, in folders, from areas such as Coal Oil Point, Ellwood, Punta Gorda, Rincon Point, Goleta, Carpinteria, Summerland, and Montecito. Includes hourly data on wind, sky cover, waves, and visibility. (SBHC Mss 65).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Cobb, George H. One disbound photo album containing 115 black/white images, various sizes, of family and friends, Santa Barbara and Montecito scenes including Santa Barbara Mission and Riven Rock, President McKinley’s visit to Santa Barbara, San Francisco, ca 1900-1905. (Wyles SC 613).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Cole [David L.] Collection, early 1900s. California and Santa Barbara area ephemera. (Mss 168).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Community Development and Conservation Collection (CDCC), ca. 1895-1980s. Also known as the Pearl Chase Collection, focusing on Santa Barbara history in the 20th century. Included are papers relating to several hundred local organizations (especially pertaining to architecture, gardens, housing, land use, and planning), as well events such as Fiesta, Chase family papers, and numerous photographs of local scenes. (SBHC Mss 1).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Conway (Joel) / Early California Aviation Photograph Collection, ca. 1909-1950s [bulk dates 1910s]. About 400 separate images (many copy negatives and copy prints) compiled by Santa Barbara photographer Joel Conway, the bulk relating to the aviation activities of the Christofferson brothers and the Loughead (Lockheed) Aviation Company (headquartered in Santa Barbara, CA for a time in the 1910s), most depicting early California aviation history, many related to Santa Barbara. Also, images of Bauhaus Brothers, biplanes, Glenn Curtiss, dirigibles, Amelia Earhart, Graf Zeppelin, George Fiske Hammond, “Wild” Bill Kohler, Charles Lindbergh, John K. Northrop, Bert Saxby, Katherine and Marjorie Sinson, and Al Wilson. (SBHC Mss 79).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Conway (Joel) / Flying A Studio Photograph Collection, ca. 1910s-1997 [bulk dates 1910s]. The collection mainly contains black and white prints and negatives relating to the Flying A Studios (aka American Film Manufacturing Company), a film company that operated in Santa Barbara (1912-1920), as well as supporting documentation. The collection materials were acquired by Joel Conway from various sources, including the abandoned studio. Conway was a photographer who had come from Chicago and who collected a large number of photographs over the years, including many with a Santa Barbara focus. (SBHC Mss 78).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Conway [Joel] Oral History, 1973. Interviews with the Santa Barbara photographer and collector of historical photographs, re development of his collection, early motion picture and television history and stars, including Flying A Studio in Santa Barbara and 1950s House on Un-American Activities. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 30).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Covarrubias, Maria. One letter (ALS), in Spanish, written on her behalf by her daughter, to her brother, re death of family members including her husband, Jose Maria (a prominent judge and legislator). Santa Barbara, Oct. 1871. Includes translation. (SC 78).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Davis [George Wesley] Photograph Album, ca. 1895-1900. Album of George Wesley Davis, with images of the 1895 Santa Barbara Flower Show, other Santa Barbara locales, a newspaper clipping by Davis about a trip to Cuba around the time of the Spanish American War, and related commercial photographs of Cuba, some with captions. (SBHC Mss 80).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Dent, Rowley E. Diary, partly relating to Santa Barbara, 1870. (Wyles SC 76).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Dunlap (Margaret S.) Papers, ca. 1940s-1990s. Bio/personal files, sketch books, slides, photographs and other material of a local artist who created many public art works in Santa Barbara. (SBHC Mss 67).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. English (Robert A.) Collection, ca. 1967-1970. Mainly materials relating to the activities of the Community Council to End the War in Vietnam and other peace efforts in the Santa Barbara area. Included are correspondence, flyers, clippings, and scrapbooks. (SBHC Mss 5).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Ensemble Theatre Company of Santa Barbara Records, 1979-2002. Production files, administrative files, and videotapes of the Ensemble Theatre Company, founded in 1979. (PA Mss 47).
  • [Santa Barbara]. G.E. Tempo Collection, 1957-1969. Mainly unclassified speeches, papers, publications, research and technical memoranda and proposals of G. E. Tempo, a Santa Barbara-based think-tank working on long-range solutions to national defense and weapons systems issues. (Mss 139).
  • [Santa Barbara]. G. E. Tempo Collection, ca. 1972-1973. Pamphlets and ephemera from the UCSB Library’s Local History File, re the Santa Barbara-based long-range research and planning component of the General Electric Company, and protests against it. (SC 692).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Gault [William Campbell] Collection, ca. 1937-1996. Published material by Santa Barbara crime and young adult fiction writer William Campbell Gault. Also, awards, correspondence, a few black and white photographs of Gault and fellow mystery writers, and mystery and sport stories mainly appearing in pulp magazines from the latter 1930s to the early 1960s. (Mss 284).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Geiger, Maynard. Uncorrected page proofs for Father Maynard Geiger’s Indians of Mission Santa Barbara… [Spec F869.S45 G3848 1960]. (SC 713).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Geiger [Father Maynard] Oral History, 1975. Interviews with Father Geiger re his life, history of the Franciscan order and the Santa Barbara Mission, and Father Junipero Serra. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 40).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Genns [Whitney T.] Oral History, 1971. Interview with Santa Barbara rare book dealer Genns re childhood in New Jersey-New York in 1910s, World War I, Greenwich Village in the 1920s-1930s, prohibition, jazz greats, Washington, D.C. during the New Deal, and FDR. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 41).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Genns [Whitney T.] Photograph Collection, ca. 1941-1978. Photographs of the Genns family and Santa Barbara bookstore. (Mss 39).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Gonzales, R. P. F. Jose M. One document (ADS), in Spanish, re a marriage. Santa Barbara, 28 April 1852. (SC 127).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Griggs and Hanford Families. Photographs, deeds and other legal documents re Griggs and Hanford families some pertaining to Santa Barbara, CA and residence at 905 E. Haley St., ca. 1870s-1921. Santa Barbara photographers include Hayward & Muzzall, M. A. Rees, and Sturtevant. (SC 469).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Hamilton [Donald] Papers, ca. 1980-1997. Correspondence, notes, flyers, clippings and other material, primarily relating to Hamilton’s work as a homeless advocate in Santa Barbara. (SBHC Mss 45).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Hansen [Alfred J.] Collection, 1969-1988. Records of the Veterans of World War I, District 7, which included Santa Barbara and surrounding areas. Hansen was a district commander at one point, and also was active in the local unit. (Bernath Mss 21).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Harmer (A. Bertrand) Photograph Collection, ca. 1925. Ca. 156 b/w prints of Spanish Colonial Architecture, taken by Harmer in 1925, the year of the Santa Barbara earthquake. Harmer was an architect who designed many of the Spanish-style buildings in Santa Barbara. (SBHC Mss 72).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Hollister Family Photographs, ca. late 1800s. 11 cabinet card portraits, nine cartes de visite portraits, and one landscape cabinet photo of William Hollister in a grove, in front of his house. (SC 899).
  • [Santa Barbara]. [Hollywood]. Seven printed programs of movies shown at the California Theatre, “The Family Theatre” at 20 Canon Perdido St., Santa Barbara, CA, 1936-1937. (SC 743).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Lyon, Ray B. (Judge). Correspondence, clipping and three typescript essays re deer in California, one entitled "Deer of Santa Barbara," ca. 1953. (SC 409).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Mackey Expedition to Santa Cruz Island. Log, 1 July 1912. (SC 186).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Ovington, Earle. One letter (TLS) to [Curtis] Freschel, re successful investments. Santa Barbara, CA, 25 July 1922. (SC 231).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Packing Labels, early-mid 1900s. Five printed color packing labels for lemons packed by companies in Santa Barbara County, California. (SC 1105).
  • [Santa Barbara] Pettee Family History, ca. 1960s. Ten page history of the Salisbury, CT Pettee family and Santa Barbara descendant Frank Pettee. Found with Frank Pettee’s Retracing My Steps: An Autobiography (Santa Barbara: Schauer Pringtin Studio, 1959). (SC 615).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Posters of the 1960s, [bulk dates latter 1960s]. 27 original printed posters, many in vivid color, most advertising concerts and readings in Detroit, San Francisco, and Santa Barbara / Isla Vista, CA. Includes appearances by Big Brother & the Holding Company; Blood, Sweat & Tears; Richard Brautigan; Basil Bunting; Cream; Doors; Fugs; and John Mayall. Poster artists include Jim Blashfield, Gary Grimshaw, John Lodge, Carl Lundgren, and Chuck Miller. (Mss 265).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Ridland [John] Collection, ca. 1957-1999. Contains material relating to Santa Barbara area poets and presses, including ephemera and other items laid in printed works; Isla Vista items relating to the troubles of 1970 and including a piece by Ridland entitled "Eyes and Ears on Isla Vista: An Unpublished Review from 1970"; and files as faculty advisor of the UCSB student publication, Spectrum. (SBHC Mss 47).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Robbins [Thomas S.] Collection, 1855. Five documents (ADS), relating claims on the estate of an early Santa Barbara resident. (SC 751).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Rojas (Arnold R.) Papers, ca. 1964. Corrected typescript, galley and page proofs for Rojas’ The Vaquero, published by McNally and Loftin, Charlotte and Santa Barbara, 1964. Rojas also wrote several other works on the California vaqueros. (SC 715).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Ruhge [Justin] Collection, ca. 1970s-2001. Primarily research files relating to Santa Barbara and Goleta history. (SBHC Mss 27).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Rypins [Alice B.] Papers, 1960, 1970-1980s [bulk dates 1970-1983]. Mainly local government publications, newsletters, pamphlets and other files relating to Santa Barbara area water projects. Alice Rypins (1910-1998) was a City of Santa Barbara, Board of Water Commissioner and a City Council member. (SBHC Mss 3).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. “Scenes from California” Photograph Album, 1888. Four albumen prints, including one of Santa Barbara Mission, in a handmade soft leather album entitled “Scenes from California” and dated 1888. Also, images of Helmet Rock (California coast); Soda Spring, Shasta; and oak trees (with elderly man seated), El Monte. Scenes from Monterey and San Francisco are lacking from the album. (SC 832).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Scott-McIntosh Petroleum, Incorporated Collection, ca. 1928-1930. Correspondence, notes, reports and aerial photographs re Elwood Oil Field. (SC 532).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Sea Mosses of Santa Barbara Album, ca. 1874-1875. (SBHC Mss 77).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Skofield, Ray L. Telegram to H. L. Hitchcock of Santa Barbara, the first plane-to-ground commercial radio message, June 27, 1929, together with a Santa Barbara News-Press article detailing the story, Feb. 2, 1958. (SC 279).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Spaulding, Edward Selden. One letter (ALS) from Santa Barbara author and first headmaster of Laguna Blanca School, Edward Selden Spaulding, to Alice (Mrs. Thomas) Driscoll, talking about stories he has written. [Santa Barbara, CA], 1968. Laid in Spaulding’s Venison and a Breath of Sage (1967). (SC 547).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Storke, Charles Albert. Collection of letters, photographic negatives, and clippings, mainly pertaining to Andersonville [Civil War] survivors, ca. 1911-1912. (SC 292).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Storke, Charles Albert. Two letters (ALS) from H. C. Chatfield-Taylor, in part about times at Cornell and one carte de visite of Storke as adolescent (Osh Kosh, WI photographer), n.d. (SC 293).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Storke [Charles Albert (C. A.)] Collection. (SBHC Mss 40).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Storke (Charles A., II) Collection, ca. 1911-1998. Papers of Charles A. Storke II, Montecito resident, newspaperman, businessman, son of Thomas M. Storke. (SBHC Mss 38).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Storke [Thomas M.] Collection. Includes scrapbook, speeches, photo, miscellaneous articles by Storke and copies of awards presented to him, and numerous condolences to his wife re his death. (SBHC Mss 37).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Suman (Alvaro) Papers. Materials of a longtime Santa Barbara Chicano resident, painter, sculptor, and ceramicist. (CEMA 90).
  • [Santa Barbara]. UCSB, Department of History, Public Historical Studies Program Records, 1955-1995 [bulk dates 1977-1994]. Contains research and publication files for projects such as the Painted Cave fire study, Santa Barbara County vintners project, and Santa Barbara district attorney history project, as well as correspondence, conference and lecture files, and other documents. (UArch 41).
  • [Santa Barbara]. UCSB History and Antecedents Collection, 1880-2004. Collection brings together materials from multiple sources on the growth of the university from a small normal school at the turn of the 19th century to the large state university it is today. The collection is arranged generally chronologically and by subjects such as predecessor institutions, important figures in UCSB history, previous campuses, events, etc. (UArch 100).
  • [Santa Barbara]. UCSB Public History Interviews, 1978. Mainly interviews with Santa Barbara area fire department, forest service, and government employees re fires and firefighting. Also some interviews re water issues and the 1925 Santa Barbara earthquake. (OH 76).
  • [Santa Barbara]. UCSB, Office of Public Information Subject Files, ca. 1941-1993. Includes files on academic planning, Academic Senate, Arts & Lectures events, Associated Students, Bakke case, buildings, Chancellor's events and activities, Charter Day, colleges, Commencement, convocations, departments, development, Drama Series, enrollment, faculty, financial aid, history (UCSB, Goleta, and Santa Barbara), honors and awards, issues, Lecture Series, Music Series, propositions, radio and television, Regents, residence halls, statewide issues, student affairs, University Day, University Edition, and university relations. (UArch 12).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Veblen [Paul] Papers, ca. 1960s-1970s. Notes and articles about the Santa Barbara News-Press and Paul Veblen’s involvement in the John Birch Society ‘skirmish’; letters and copies of letters to Veblen from Pearl Chase, along with her copy of Seven Hundred Chinese Proverbs, inscribed to him. (SBHC Mss 69).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Walnut Park Tract, Santa Barbara, California. Abstract of Title, 1905. (SC 801).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Walton Family Photographs, 1907. Four glass plate negatives of the 50th anniversary of the Waltons, said to have run the first drygoods store in Santa Barbara. (SBHC Mss 74).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Webb (Margaret Ely) Collection, ca. 1920s-1950s. Correspondence, Christmas greetings and watercolor sketches by Santa Barbara book artist, book plate designer, and printmaker Margaret Ely Webb (1877-1965), as well as essays by/about her. (SC 328).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Weingand et al, v. County et al (Channel Island Drilling) Collection. (SBHC Mss 31).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Whistler, James A. Two engraved maps of Anacapa Island, by artist Whistler, 1854. (SC 703).
  • [Santa Barbara]. White, Stewart Edward (1873-1947). One mimeograph copy of an untitled 156 page work by American author and one-time (1903) Santa Barbara resident, Stewart Edward White. Includes chapter headings such as “Creative Living,” “Discomfort and Unhappiness,” and “The Group Idea.” Burlingame, CA, Dec. 1, 1933. (SC 335).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. 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).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Willson [Charles Devon] Collection, ca. 1918-1925. Mainly correspondence to Willson, manager of the El Mirasol Hotel in Santa Barbara, about hotel matters. Includes some correspondence relating to the 1925 earthquake. (SC 701).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Young (Noel) / Capra Press Collection, ca. 1930s-1970s. The collection contains biographical information about Noel Young (1922-2002), including typescripts from early diaries in the 1930s and through his college years, typescripts mainly of short stories, but also poetry and plays, by Young, memorabilia from trips, photographs, and some material relating to his Santa Barbara-based Capra Press. (Printers Mss 46).
  • [Santa Barbara]. Young [Noel] / Capra Press Oral History, 1983. Interviews with the Santa Barbara publisher. (OH 104).
  • Santa Barbara African American Local History Collection, 1994-1997 pdf icon. Documents, photographs, and interviews collected as part of a Black Santa Barbara Historical Calendar, a collaborative research project in the Black Studies Department at UCSB. The aim of the calendar was to call attention to local personages and events important in Santa Barbara’s African American community. (CEMA 99).
  • Santa Barbara African American Oral History Project Collection. Documents, photographs and interviews pertaining to Santa Barbara African American local history. Included are 19 tapes of interviews with prominent members of the Black Santa Barbara community. (CEMA 42).
  • Santa Barbara and Santa Ynez Turnpike Road Co. Document dated Apr. 25, 1868. (SC 862).
  • Santa Barbara and Suburban Railway Photographs, 1913. Four b/w photos and copies (various sizes), showing Miss Ednah A. Rich, President of the State Normal School, being presented with a spike maul, which she used to drive the golden spike at the end of the Normal School Extension of the Santa Barbara & Suburban Railway, Nov. 6, 1913. (SC 844).
  • 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).
  • Santa Barbara Authors Collection. Articles, bibliographies, biographies, and other material collected on an ongoing basis about Santa Barbara authors. Papers of individual authors are kept as separate collections and are listed by surname. Also, cataloged separately, are signed and first editions of hundreds of past and present authors with local connections. See the Special Collections webpage Santa Barbara Authors and Publishers for more detailed information. (SBHC Mss 68).
  • Santa Barbara Citizens Commission on Civil Disorders Collection, 1970. List and audio recordings of a series of hearings held from June 17, 1970 to September 1, 1970. (SBHC Mss 57).
  • Santa Barbara City and Coast Map, 1928. Large, ca. 30” x 80” map, with hand-colored key and shadings of areas owne/operated by oil companies of the time. (SC 956).
  • Santa Barbara Civic Light Opera Records. (PA Mss 56).
  • Santa Barbara College. One document (AD) listing original pledges for the college, 1869. The college has no connection to the present University of California, Santa Barbara. (SC 268).
  • "Santa Barbara Community Resources." Mimeographed school project organized by Hanne Sonquist, with lists of local organizations and services provided, 1973. (SC 534).
  • 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).
  • Santa Barbara Contemporary Issues Collections. Papers of 20th century local officials, legislators, organizations, and individuals dealing with issues such as the airport, education, flood control, government, health, housing, land use and planning, natural resources, oil, political reform, taxes, transportation, water, and the wilderness. Collections are listed individually.
  • 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 Goldfield Consolidated Mining Co. (SC 567).
  • Santa Barbara County, California. Superintendent of Schools. Seven World War II era documents, including five War Emergency Bulletins and others about evacuation of Japanese children and air raid signals, 1941-1942. (SC 630).
  • Santa Barbara Earthquake Photographs, 1925. 50 b/w photographs, many relating to the 1925 earthquake. (SC 700).
  • Santa Barbara Girls School, 1917-1920s. Two illustrated brochures extolling the virtues of the school’s location and curriculum. Includes class lists. (SC 963).
  • Santa Barbara Jazz Society Records. Records of Santa Barbara organization dedicated to the appreciation of jazz music. (PA Mss 71).
  • Santa Barbara Libertarian Party. Eleven issues of the Santa Barbara Libertarian newsletter, 1975-1976. (SC 711).
  • Santa Barbara Museum of Art. Poster for the 25th anniversary of the Museum, 1941-1966. (SC 987).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Santa Barbara Parapsychology Collection, ca. 1970s-1980s. Newsletters, magazines, catalogs, flyers, articles, records of experiments, correspondence, subject files, and other material, mainly printed, collected by Santa Barbara resident Dr. David T. Phillips and primarily pertaining to parapsychology-related groups, studies, and issues in Santa Barbara, southern California, and elsewhere in the U.S. (ARC Mss 48).
  • Santa Barbara Photograph, ca. late 1880s. One black and white panorama, showing harbor, city, mission, and electrical poles [Santa Barbara received electricity in 1887]. (SC 1035).
  • Santa Barbara Photographs, late 1800s-early 1900s. Single items and small groups of photographs, acquired from various sources. (SBHC Mss 61).
  • Santa Barbara Picture Postcards, ca. 1900s-1950s. About 90 b/w and color postcards of various Santa Barbara area scenes, acquired over the years from various sources. Includes Santa Barbara and Montecito residences and gardens, harbor and beaches, foothills, bird’s eye views, Santa Barbara Mission, and former Riviera campus of Santa Barbara College (now UC Santa Barbara). (SBHC Mss 36).
  • Santa Barbara Public School Art Fair. Invitation, 23 May 1912. (SC 269).
  • Santa Barbara Vintners Collection, ca. 1990s- . Newsletters, flyers, wine labels, articles/clippings, and other ephemera relating to vintners in the Santa Barbara County area (including Santa Ynez Valley, Lompoc, Santa Maria). (SBHC Mss 63).
  • Santa Barbara Water Resources Collection, ca. 1959-1984. Files relating to Santa Barbara area water districts, groundwater, and hourly precipitation records. (SBHC Mss 16).
  • Santa Barbara World War I Recruitment Poster. (SC 881).
  • [Santa Cruz Island]. Mackey Expedition to Santa Cruz Island. Log, 1 July 1912. (SC 186).
  • [Santa Cruz Island]. Kiewit (John S.) Photography Collection, ca. 1968-2000. More than 10,000 color and black/white prints, color slides, and black/white negatives. Color slides constitute the bulk of the collection. The images reflect what Kiewit saw on his travels throughout California and the West, as well as trips to other parts of the U.S. and the world. Prominent places and themes include Baja, barns and farms, Big Sur, buildings and building elements (doors and windows), Carmel [CA], Central Coast [CA], Channel Islands, Death Valley, fences, ghost towns, Hawaii, Hollister Ranch [CA], landscapes, Malibu [CA], Marin County [CA], New England, New Mexico, ocean views, Oregon, Oxnard [CA], rock formations, signs, surfing, trees, Utah, wildflowers, Wyoming, and Yosemite. Other countries represented in the collection include Cook Island, Costa Rica, El Salvador, England, France, Guatemala, Marques and Tahiti Islands, Mexico, Micronesia, and New Zealand. Most of the images were taken from the 1970s to the 1990s. (Mss 228).
  • [Santa Ynez Valley]. 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).
  • “Sarah Bernhardt in ‘Phedre’, Hearst’s Greek Theatre, May 17, 1906.” One black and white panoramic photograph. (SC 1029).
  • Saroyan, William. One note (ANS) to Lena and Joe Petracca, bon voyage wishes. Malibu, 15 Mar. 1958. (SC 270).
  • Satir [Virginia] Collection, 1916-1993. Extensive collection of personal and professional manuscript materials, organizational records, and audiovisual materials from the noted family therapist. (HPA Mss 45).
  • Satir [Virginia] Oral History. Interviews with family therapist Satir. (OH 82).
  • [Saudi Arabia]. 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).
  • [Saudi Arabia]. 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).
  • 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).
  • Savage, Henry. One letter (ALS) to [Muriel Stuart?], n.d. Laid in Savage’s Richard Middleton, the Man and His Work (1922). (SC 259).
  • Savage Mining Company (Virginia, Nevada). Daily report and vouchers, 1876-1898. (Wyles SC 896).
  • Saxon [A. H.] Papers. Typescript of The Life and Art of Andrew Ducrow and the Romantic Age of the English Circus, and accompanying essay. (PA Mss 11).
  • Sawders [James] Photograph Collection, ca. 1930s-1950s. Approx. 890 b/w prints, most 8x10, many countries. Most taken by Charles Phelps Cushing, 51 E. 42nd St., NY (1884-1973; was a Kansas City reporter for a time, died in Bronx) and distributed by James Caleb Sawders. Sawders was an American photojournalist who travelled to China in the early 1930s, according to one website. A few photos with Sawders credit alone. A few others were taken by Jack Lewis and distributed by Sawders. (Bernath Mss 172).
  • Sawyer (A. T.) Cuba Letter, 1839. (SC 1116).
  • Sawyer [James H.] Papers, 1861-1865, 1879-1882 [bulk dates 1861-1865]. Primarily correspondence and diaries of a Civil War Union soldier in the Connecticut Infantry, 18th Regiment (Vol.), Company B. (Wyles Mss 33).
  • Saybrook Institute (San Francisco, CA). Catalog, 1985-1986. (HPA SC 108).
  • Schedel, Hartmann (1440-1514). German historian and humanist scholar. Holdings include early editions of his major work, Liber Cronicarum (1493), which has come to be known as The Nuremberg Chronicle [Spec D17.S34 1493 vault and Printers Z241.S31 S3 vault]. Individual leaves from the Chronicle are also in the collection [Printers Z241.S31 S3253 1493 vault and Printers Z241.S31 S3257 1493 vault]. Fine press edition of Sarmatia: The Early Polish Kingdom (1976) by Plantin Press [Spec DK4190.S313 and Printers Z239.P53 S333 1976]. See also The Nuremberg Chronicle (1950) by Ellen Shaffer [Printers Z241.S31 S48 1950], The Nuremberg Chronicle Designs (1969) by Adrian Wilson [Printers Z241.S31 W5], and Hartmann Schedels Weltchronik (1988) by Elisabeth Rücker [Printers Z241.S31 R83 1988].
  • 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).
  • Schlien [John] Oral History. Interviews re Carl Rogers. Humanistic psychology project. (OH 2).
  • Schmidt [Erich F.] Persepolis Excavation Slides. Glass slides taken by Schmidt at archaeological sites, including Persepolis, ca. early part of the 20th century. (Bernath Mss 19).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Schmook, Henry A. [Private, New York National Guard, 3rd Regiment, Company A]. One document (ADS): Discharge by Disbandment, 27 Apr. 1869. (Wyles SC 380).
  • Schott [Valerian] China Photograph Album, 1941. (Bernath Mss 329).
  • Scientific Notebook. Handwritten geometrical definitions, scientific and mathematical problems and equations, with drawings; also including notes on railroad curves and superstructures. Author unknown, possibly from Philadelphia area (notebook includes table of time differences, using Philadelphia as the baseline), ca. mid 19th century. (SC 806).
  • [Scotland]. Ash (Marinell) Collection, 1970s and 1980s. Correspondence and related printed ephemera, re Scottish history. Accompanies a book collection on the same topic. (SC 519).
  • [Scotland]. Panama Canal / Southwest U.S. / Europe Photograph Album, 1926. 250+ b/w snapshots, apparently of a family’s 1926 travels, including the Isle of Mull, Isle of Skye, west coast and lochs of Scotland. (Bernath Mss 71).
  • [Scotland]. 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 images of Scotland, around St. Andrews, where the soldiers were based. (Bernath Mss 60).
  • [Scotland]. 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).
  • Scott Antarctic [Terra Nova] Expedition Photographs, 1910-1913. Glass plate negatives. (Bernath Mss 111).
  • Scott, Clement (1841-1904). One letter (ALS) from English theatre critic, playwright, and travel writer Clement Scott, to J. L. Toole, asking him to forward [an article?] to the editors of the Dramatic College Annual. [London?], 18 June 1866. (SC 470).
  • Scott, David S. [Private, Indiana Infantry, 8th Regiment (Vol), Company H]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Miss Kate Missimer. Camp near St. Genievieve, Missouri, 15 Mar. 1863. (Wyles SC 323).
  • Scott, Hugh Stowell (1863?-1903). One letter (ALS) from underwriter in Lloyd’s and novelist Scott, re changes to his book, Slave of the Lamp. Merstham, Surrey, [U.K.], 21 Aug. 1891. (SC 471).
  • [Scott, Robert]. South Pacific Photograph Album, ca. 1901-1902. 140+ b/w photographs of a voyage, probably by a British passenger embarking at London, on the New Zealand ship S.S. Rakaia. Includes images of Robert Scott’s ship Discovery in dry dock for repairs in Lyttleton Harbour, on the way to explore Antarctica, Nov. 1901. (Bernath Mss 283).
  • Scott, Thomas A. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Dr. John Swinburne re Medical Board to examine applications for brigade surgeons. 20 Sept. 1861. (Wyles SC 270).
  • 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].
  • Scott, Winfield [Lieutenant General]. One portrait [printed engraving], by H. B. Hall, “From a recent Photograph by Brady,” n.d. (Wyles SC 718).
  • Scott-McIntosh Petroleum, Incorporated Collection, ca. 1928-1930. Correspondence, notes, reports and aerial photographs re Elwood Oil Field [Santa Barbara, CA], including images of Coal Oil Point and Goleta Point (now USCB). (SC 532).
  • Scrapbook – Advertising Literature, ca. 1890-1903. Correspondence, flyers, clippings, catalogs, lists and other advertising items, most relating to East Coast firms, laid and glued in a worn copy of Mark Twain’s A Tramp Abroad, being used as a scrapbook. Assembled by S. Tillinghast of La Plume, PA. (SC 843).
  • Screen Guild Players Recordings, 1942-1948. Recordings of 32 Screen Guild Players radio programs used as a fundraising effort for the Motion Picture Relief Fund featuring many contemporary stars. (PA Mss 28).
  • Sea Fern Album, ca. latter 1800s. Album containing seven mounted sea fern specimens, together with a black and white photograph of the [southern California?] coast, bound from a section of backbone of a whale cast up on Long Beach, California, with a red silk tie at the spine of the album. (Printers Mss 75).
  • Sea Mosses of Santa Barbara Album, ca. 1874-1875. (SBHC Mss 77).
  • Seabury [Samuel] Naval Papers, ca. 1871-1882. (Wyles Mss 112).
  • Seabury, William Marston. One letter (TLS) to Judge Paul J. McCormick re the motion picture industry. Laid in Seabury’s Motion Picture Problems. New York, 1 June 1929. (SC 274).
  • Seago [Edward B.] Correspondence, 1934-1935. Six letters (ALS) by the circus writer to [Raymond Toole-] Stott, mainly about articles he is working on. (SC 275).
  • 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).
  • Sears, E[dmund] H[amilton] (1810-1876). Holograph poem, untitled and undated, by the Massachusetts Unitarian parish minister and author of the carol “It Came upon the  Midnight Clear.” (SC 472).
  • Seaver, Benjamin F. One letter (ALS) to his father, Henry [?], and grandmother, re personal and family matters. New York, July 15, 1836. (SC 662).
  • Sedgwick [John] Papers. One carte de visite photo of John Sedgwick, Civil War Union General, 6th Army Corps, and a 13 page handwritten report by him, to Brig. Gen. S. Williams of the Army of the Potomac, concerning movements of the 6th Army Corps around Fredericksburg, Virginia, from April 28 to May 5, 1863. (Wyles SC 201).
  • Self Determination (Santa Clara, CA). Flyer, directory, and journal, ca. 1977-1979. (HPA SC 109).
  • 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).
  • Selfridge / China Photograph Albums, ca. 1890s-1900. Two photograph albums of scenes in China, including Shanghai, Peking, and Tientsin [Tianjin], apparently from the period preceding and during the Boxer Rebellion. Includes snapshots and picture postcards. (Wyles Mss 56).
  • Selver [Charlotte] Papers, 1957-1995. Personal and professional correspondence, writings, and sound records of Charlotte Selver, student of Elsa Gindler in Europe, and the person who introduced sensory awareness to the U.S. Closely connected to the Esalen Institute and San Francisco Zen Center. Her work is continued by the Sensory Awareness Foundation. (HPA Mss 33).
  • [de Sena, Jorge]. Huerta [Alberto] Collection, 1977, 1982. Six framed color photographs, 1977, of Jorge de Sena and José Luis López Arangueren and others; and 27 slides of Jorge de Sena, youth to time in Santa Barbara, copies of photographs, courtesy of Mecia de Sena, July 1982. Huerto is in several of the color prints. (Mss 233).
  • Seneca (c.4 BC-65 AD) [full name Lucius Annæus Seneca]. Roman philosopher and playwright. Holdings include Senecae, Clarissimi Stoici Philosophi, Nec Non Poetae Accutissimi (1522) [Spec PA6664.A2 1522], Tragoediae (1631) [Spec PA6664.A2 1631], Opera Omnia (1649) [Spec PA6661.A2 1649], and Seneca’s Morals by Way of Abstract (1693) [Spec BJ214.S4 M6 1693]; fine press editions of Seneca, His Tenne Tragedies Translated into English (1927) from Thomas Newton’s 1581 translation [Spec PS3509.L76 Z3 S4], and On Friendship: Extracts from Epistulæ Morales (1938) by Ward Ritchie Press [Printers Z239.W35 S4].
  • [Senegal]. 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).
  • [Senegal]. 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).
  • Senegal Photograph Collection, ca. late 1920s-early 1930s. 60 black/white photos, captions in French. (Bernath Mss 242).
  • 74th Regiment Indiana Veteran Association. Cards and flyer re Civil War reunions, 1908-1915, along with calling cards of Henry G. Potter and Major A. P. Bass. (Wyles SC 1067).
  • Severin, Francis T. Vita and articles, ca, 1953-1974. (HPA SC 110).
  • Severy [Hazel W.] Oral History, 1972. Interview with the UCSB professor and former head of the Department of Natural Resources. Subjects include Stanford University, David Starr Jordan, Pacific College of Osteopathy, and UCSB. History of Science Project. (OH 83).
  • Severy [Hazel W.] Papers, 1914-1955. Scrapbook, with clippings, photographs, programs, and related materials, documenting UCSB in its early pre-university years. (UArch FacP 37).
  • [Severy, Hazel W.]. UCSB History and Antecedents Collection, 1880-2004. Includes series on Hazel Severy – teacher of science, home economics, and chemistry, and Chair of the Science and Mathematics Department at the Santa Barbara State Normal School – containing scrapbooks, school registers, account books, and clippings dating from the Sloyd School to the Santa Barbara State College era. (UArch 100).
  • Seward, William [H.] [U.S. Secretary of State], and Horatio Seymour [Governor of New York]. Certification of Power of Attorney and related Civil War documents, 30 July 1864. (Wyles SC 203).
  • Seward, William H. [U.S. Secretary of State]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Judge Charles A. Peabody of New Orleans. Department of State, Washington, [D.C.], 11 Feb. 1863. (Wyles SC 204).
  • Seymour, Horatio (1810-1886). One ALS to J.R. Simms. Utica, [New York], 13 Feb. 1869. (Wyles SC 205).
  • 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].
  • [Shakespeare, William]. 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).
  • Shakespeare – Timon of Athens Leaf. Pages 1-2 of early printing of The Life of Timon of Athens. (SC 914).
  • "Shall the Extension of Slavery Be Prohibited?" Broadside, supporting the John C. Fremont/William L. Dayton ticket, 1856. (Wyles SC 803).
  • Shanghai, China Photograph Collection, ca. 1948-1949. 182 b/w snapshots, mainly Shanghai, taken by an American serving in the U.S. Navy. (SC 896).
  • Shanghai Photograph Album, ca. 1920s. (Bernath Mss 113).
  • Shanghai Steam Navigation Co. Photograph Album, ca. 1860s-1875. Leatherbound photograph album with 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 Shanghai Steam Navigation Co., which became the leader in the American China trade and major importer of opium into China. (Bernath Mss 47).
  • Shapiro, Norman. One copy of a typed essay signed by Norman Shapiro re his method of producing drawings. Brightwaters, New York, Nov. 1985. Laid in Shapiro’s, Daring Durea [Printers Z257.S439 1985]. (SC 589).
  • Shapiro [S. R.] Bookplate Collection. Personal collection of bookplates. Also, printed book arts, small and fine press items, donated in memory of his parents, Herman and Gertrude Nathan Shapiro. (Printers Mss 32).
  • Shapiro [Stewart] Oral History, 1990. Life history of the UCSB professor of confluent education and clinical psychologist. (OH 84).
  • Shapiro [Stewart B.] Papers, 1966-1987. Materials from a UCSB professor of confluent education, relating to the humanistic psychology movement. (HPA Mss 34).
  • 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).
  • [Shaw, George Bernard]. 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).
  • Shaw, George Bernard. One letter (ALS) to [Augustine?] Birrell re political strategies. London, 12 Mar. 1930. Also an undated invoice to Shaw and a b&w print of Shaw. (SC 277).
  • Shaw, George Bernard. One note (ANS), re advice on successfully establishing new magazines, to J. S. Vader, Leisure Magazine (Australia), 26 Jan. 1947. (SC 605).
  • Shaw (W. B.) South Africa Photograph Album, 1918. Album commemorating a visit of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Shaw to the C. J. Lappan family, at Shenfield house, in South Africa. 32 black/white photos, including Lappan and Shaw family members on the porch of Shenfield house, surrounding countryside, a shot of the family by a wagon with the caption "The Voortrekkers," as well as several images of local South African women, children, and their compounds. (Bernath Mss 54).
  • Shea, John Dawson Gilmary. One letter (ALS) from customer John Bap[?] re Shea’s book History of the Catholic Missions among the Indian Tribes of the United States, 1529-1854. Bangor, Dec. 19, 1854. (SC 561).
  • Shead [F.] India Northwest Frontier Photograph Album, 1929-1930. (Bernath Mss 196).
  • [Sheinbaum, Stanley K.]. Correspondence, presentations, publications, and audiovisual materials relating to Sheinbaum’s involvement with the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) may be found in the CSDI Collection (Mss 18).
  • Sheinbaum (Stanley K.) Collection, ca. 1970s-2001. Articles about Sheinbaum, copy of oral history transcript with Joan Didion, and copy of oral history transcript by UCLA. Includes material about his association with CSDI and later New Perspectives magazine. Includes files, ca. latter 1970s-mid 1980s, kept by Stanley K. Sheinbaum mainly during his tenure as University of California Regent [1977-1989], at a time when UC was involved in divestment of South African investments, due to the political situation there. (Mss 217).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • 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].
  • 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].
  • Shelton Watters & Co. One document (ADS), agreeing to pay $160 for "hire of two negroes Anderson and Walker…" [Virginia], 1849. (Wyles SC 129).
  • Shepard (Isaac F.) Collection, ca. 1830s-1880s. Commander of the 52nd U.S. Infantry, Colored, from 1863 onwards, making him ranking regimental officer (initially as Colonel, later as Brigadier General) of all colored troops in the Union. Includes an 1863 diary, Court of Inquiry Papers, and related correspondence, which document a seminal incident in which Shepard defended his troops against hostile treatment by white Union troops, was arrested, but subsequently had all charges dismissed by Gen. Grant and was restored to his command. (Wyles Mss 74).
  • Shepherd [Alfred James] Papers, ca. 1930s-1950s. Includes material relating to Taiwan, Japan, and Guam. (Bernath Mss 251).
  • Sheridan, Phillip. One engraving, carte de visite size, of Sheridan in uniform, with stamp of Joseph Ward, Boston, on reverse. (Wyles SC 642).
  • Sheridan, Phillip [Henry] [Civil War Union General]. One letter (ALS), copy, to Colonel Robert Breckenridge. San Francisco, 5 Oct. 1875. (Wyles SC 206).
  • Sherman Table. One printed Civil War document: Clothing allowance, authorized by L. T. Thustin, Acting Chief Paymaster, Department of the Cumberland. Louisville, KY, July 7, 1865. (Wyles SC 510).
  • Sherman, Thomas W. [Civil War Union General; 1813-1879]. One document (ADS): Report of persons (mainly teamsters, also wagonmasters, clerks, blacksmiths, wheelwrights, and saddlers) and articles hired for Nov. 1861. Quartermaster, U.S. Army, Hiltonhead, South Carolina. (Wyles SC 511).
  • Sherman, William Tecumseh. One engraving, carte de visite size, of Sherman in uniform, with stamp of Joseph Ward, Boston, on reverse. (Wyles SC 633).
  • Sherman, William Tecumseh. One b/w cabinet card size photograph of Sherman in uniform, later in life. (Wyles SC 634).
  • Sherman, William Tecumseh. One letter (ALS) to Dona [?], re sending funds with Sully [?]. The steamer Winfield Scott, in which Sully had embarked for home, was wrecked on an island [presumably one of the Channel Islands] not far from Santa Barbara. “This morning two steamers started to their relief. Fortunately the weather has been mild…” San Francisco, 7 Dec. 1853. (Wyles SC 16).
  • Sherman, William Tecumseh. One letter (ALS) to General M. G. Vallejo. Washington, D.C., 11 Aug. 1879. From: Pearl Chase Collection. (Wyles SC 209).
  • Sherman, William Tecumseh. One letter (ALS). San Francisco, 13 Sept. 1880. (Wyles SC 210).
  • Sherman, William Tecumseh. Printed portraits and other scenes with Sherman in them. (Wyles SC 760).
  • Sherman, William Tecumseh. Two letters (ALS) to David Milliken, Jr., Secretary of the Union League Club, 1886. (Wyles SC 207).
  • Sherman, William Tecumseh. One letter (ALS). New York, 16 July 1890. (Wyles SC 208).
  • Shewczyk [Patricia] Collection, ca. 1975-1985 [bulk dates 1981-1985]. Mainly Goleta Water District Board of Directors’ meeting packets, and some related files, including records of various committees, from Shewzyk, President and Director of the Goleta Water District. (SBHC Mss 4).
  • Shill, Joseph. One document (ADS), Civil War era loyalty statement, 1862. (Wyles SC 904).
  • 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).
  • Shippee [William Henry] Whaling Correspondence, 1860-1862. Mainly to father. (Wyles SC 991).
  • Shirley [John S.] Papers, 1863, 1865. Civil War correspondence, discharge, clippings of letters printed in an unidentified newspapers, and handwritten poem, “Marching through Georgia: A Ballad of 1863,” of a private in the Iowa Cavalry, 4th Regiment (Vol), Company A. (Wyles SC 326).
  • Shorthouse, J. Henry. One letter, (ALS) responding to an unknown correspondent re the description of “the little chapel” in his book, John Inglesant. Lansdowne, [England], [4 December] 1898. Found in: J. Henry Shorthouse, John Inglesant (London, 1882). (SC 473).
  • Shupe [Anson D.] Collection, ca. 1969-1982. Mainly correspondence, research files, and printed material collected by Shupe, re the Goddian Movement, founded by Lawrence A. Whitten. (ARC Mss 32).
  • [Siberia]. 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 museum in Irkutsk, horse and cart carrying firewood, and railway water tower in Manchuria. (SC 833).
  • [Siberia]. Japan, Siberia, and U.S. Photograph Album, ca. 1902-1934 [bulk date 1916]. (Bernath Mss 354).
  • Siberia Photograph Album, ca. 1895. (Bernath Mss 150).
  • Sickles, Daniel E [Civil War Major General]. Three letters (ALS) to A.G. Peterson mainly about financial difficulties and a letter to the editor of the National Tribune from an unidentified writer, pleading Sickles’ case, all 1913. Also, an obituary from the National Tribune, noting Sickles’ rather colorful and controversial career, [1914]. (Wyles SC 455).
  • Siddell [Robert] Collection, ca. 1903-1922. More than 200 picture postcards from a 1909 trip to South America (Guyana – then British, Dutch, and French Guiana) and the West Indies (Antigua, Barbados, Bermuda, Dominica, Martinique, Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Vincent, Trinidad, Virgin Islands – then the Danish West Indies), as well as Canada, the U.S. and Turkey (Constantinople). Also, letters, photographs, and ephemera, some relating to the American College for Girls in Constantinople during and just after World War I. (Mss 110).
  • 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].
  • Sierra Leone Photograph Album, 1906. 71 black/white images, most silver gelatin snapshots, some with dates and captions in English, in a partially filled album. The unnamed compiler likely was British, possibly a colonial administrator, businessman, or family member. Early images are of the outward bound voyage on the S.S. Nigeria in Nov. 1906, passengers and crew, as well as scenes of the coast, including Freetown. Also, other scenes of Freetown, including the wharf, Marley’s Extension, Boia railway station and tracks, local inhabitants and residences, Tai River and village, Mano Station, town of Bo, Ayo Ville hotel at Waterloo, European-style buildings and construction, boat building for the Sierra Leone Coaling Company, King Tom Jetty, King Jemmy [Jimmy] Bay and boats, local military and band, with European officers, on parade and with artillery, European men (including a Dr. Bower) and women in groups at leisure and in hammocks. The latest dated photograph is Dec. 4, 1907. (Bernath Mss 306).
  • Sierra Leone and Gambia Photograph Album, 1934. 61 black and white snapshots and commercial photographs, most with captions in English, in a partially filled album. The unnamed compiler, probably British, seemingly was on a March 29 to April 18, 1934 cruise aboard the R.M.S. Atlantis, departing Southampton, with stops at Las Palmas (Canary Islands, Sierra Leone (Freetown), Gambia (Bathurst), Madeira, Lisbon, and returning to Southampton. A printed ship’s log provides further information. Early images are of passengers on board ship and views of Las Palmas. Freetown images (beginning April 7) include street and shop scenes with local inhabitants, views on the railway to Waterloo, street scenes and buildings of Waterloo, Bathurst (from April 9) inhabitants, street scenes, outdoor workshops, pier, boats, and local gardens at Cape St. Mary. The last few images are commercial, numbered photos following the same stops as the ship and may have been purchased from a ship’s photographer. (Bernath Mss 307).
  • Sierra Leone Photographs, ca. 1907. 11 black and white albumen prints, some captions in English, possibly taken by a British artillery officer. Includes images of Sierra Leone artillery, groups of Europeans, local men and women, Sierra Leone railway, and panoramic view of the Engineer's bungalow. Nos. on one album page suggest these are part of a larger group of photos. (SC 1096).
  • Sierras Camping Photograph Album, ca. 1900. Contains albumen prints of a camping trip by unidentified young men and women in the Sierras. Also strips and other small photos of a number of individuals. (Wyles SC 994).
  • Silva (Simon) Papers. Personal papers, including artwork and professional files, of the Latino artist. (CEMA 68).
  • Silva [Zelta] Korea and Japan Photograph Albums, 1945-1952. (Bernath Mss 328).
  • Simla, India Photograph Album, ca. 1900-1910. 44 b/w mounted images, only three with captions. Includes scenes of Simla (the summer capital of British India) and countryside, the Mall (main street), buildings, Viceregal Palace, and family and group shots of what appears to be a British civil servant. (Bernath Mss 48).
  • Simon [Sidney] Papers, 1951-1989. Materials re the humanistic psychology movement. (HPA Mss 35).
  • 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).
  • [Sims, Thomas]. "Order of Services at the First Anniversary of the Kidnapping of Thomas Sims, April 12, 1852." Broadside. (Wyles SC 835).
  • Sinclair [Robert B.] Teleplays Collection. Annotated teleplays for 1950s and 1960s television program directed by Sinclair. (PA Mss 12).
  • [Sinclair, Upton]. One printed card by American Typewriter Shorthand, using a Sinclair letter as an example for conversion to shorthand, ca. 1930. (SC 278).
  • [Sinclair, Upton]. One anti-Sinclair flyer in the shape of a dollar-bill, with slogans such as “One SincLiar Dollar,” “Good only in California or Russia,” and “A Vote for Sincliar will put California on the bum and the bums on California,” printed in response to the Sinclair for Governor campaign on the Democratic ticket, 1934. (SC 831).
  • Sinclair, Upton (1878-1968). One note (TNS) from American author Upton Sinclair to Dr. Sweet, re receiving Sweet’s prior note. Los Angeles, 4 February 1933. Laid in Upton Sinclair, The Jungle (New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1906). (SC 569).
  • Sinclair [Upton] Collection, 1930-1934. Clippings, leaflets, broadsides, envelopes, political pamphlets, 1934 issues of Upton Sinclair’s Epic News (Los Angeles campaign newspaper), and ephemera of the American novelist and activist. (Mss 113).
  • [Singapore]. 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).
  • [Singapore]. 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).
  • [Singapore]. World Tour Photograph Album, 1907-1908. 458 b/w snapshots of a world tour by an unknown American woman with images from Gibraltar, Spain, France, Egypt, Ceylon, India, Burma, Java, Singapore, Philippines, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Hawaii, and San Francisco Bay. Includes many images of street scenes, waterfronts, palaces, temples, and other buildings, processions and festivals, American missions, and local inhabitants (many of women and children). (Bernath Mss 79).
  • Singapore and Malaya [Malaysia] Photograph Album, 1953-1957. (SC 1016).
  • Singher [Martial] Recordings. Recordings made by French baritone Singher, who was on the faculty of the Music Academy of the West. (PA Mss 25).
  • [Sisquoc Ranch]. Easton (Robert E.) Collection, ca. 1882-1968. Mainly papers and ledgers re Easton’s business dealings, especially the Sisquoc Ranch Co., central coast of California. (SBHC Mss 55).
  • [Sisquoc Ranch]. 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).
  • Sisquoc Ranch Photograph Album, ca. 1899-1900. Approximately 76 b/w images and handwritten captions, mainly of Sisquoc Ranch [Rancho Sisquoc], Santa Barbara County, California, including the land, buildings, work such as branding cattle, and the Lucius E. Greene and Vicente Castro families. (Wyles SC 588).
  • Sitwell, Osbert (1892-1969). One letter (ALS) from English writer to Ted [?], thanking him for the book he has received and briefly discussing his own writing. Eckington, Derbyshire, 6 January n.y. (SC 517).
  • [Sitwell, Sacheverell]. One letter (ALS) from Ernest Fred Manfred requesting, and receiving, an autograph from Sitwell. New York, January 1, 1944. (SC 606).
  • 6th Pennsylvania Artillery. One Civil War document: Poll-book for October Election, 1864. (Wyles SC 662).
  • 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].
  • [Skofield, Hobart]. Rudge Chapbook Archive, 1978-1985. Correspondence, research files, drafts, artwork, proofs, and other material relating to the publication of Typophiles Chapbook 57: William J Glick, William Edwin Rudge (New York: Typophiles, 1984). Hobart O. Skofield, former Rudge associate and creator of the UCSB Printers Collection, worked extensively with Glick on the project. (Printers Mss 9).
  • Skofield (Hobart) Oral History, 1982. Recollections of Skofield, re his years as an apprentice with the Printing House of William Edwin Rudge, experiences with the Rancheros Vistadores, development of what is now the Skofield Printers Collection. (OH 6).
  • Skofield [Hobart O.] Papers, ca. 1910s-1991 [bulk dates 1930s-1970s]. Two series: personal/family materials re Hobart O. Skofield, his father Ray L. Skofield, and a large number of genealogical files; and a printers/presses series, with a large amount of material relating to Skofield’s association with the Rudge printing firm, as well as long-term correspondence with other prominent printers and research/subject files on numerous mostly-American presses and printing interests. (Printers Mss 1).
  • Skofield [Hobart O.] Printers Collection. More than 30,000 volumes, with an emphasis on the book arts, bookplates, California presses (such as Arion, Black Sparrow, Book Club of California, Grabhorn, Flying Fish, Paul Elder, and Yolla Bolly presses), fine printing, history of the book, writing and printing, miniature books, papermaking, Santa Barbara presses (including Capra Press, Mary Heebner’s Simplemente Maria Press and Harry and Sandra Reese’s Turkey Press), small and private presses (such as Doves, Gehenna, Granary, Hogarth, Janus, Kelmscott, Nonesuch, Pennyroyal, Perishable, and Roycroft presses), and typography. Also, related manuscript collections relating to Hobart O. Skofield, Mudborn Press, John Henry Nash, Ninja Press (Carolee Campbell), Pear Tree Press, Bruce Rogers, Rowny Press, and Rudge Press.
  • Skofield, Ray L. Telegram to H. L. Hitchcock of Santa Barbara, the first plane-to-ground commercial radio message, June 27, 1929, together with a Santa Barbara News-Press article detailing the story, Feb. 2, 1958. (SC 279).
  • Slafter, Edmund F[arwell] (1816-1906). One letter (ALS) to a Mr. [?] Baxter, inviting him to visit and have lunch. Boston, Feb. 25, 1888. Found in Samuel de Champlain, Voyages, illus. by Slafter (1880). (SC 474).
  • Slave Child Cartes de Visité, ca. 1863. Two cdvs of Fannie Virginia Casseopia Lawrence, described as a redeemed slave child, 5 years old, from Virginia. Baptized in Brooklyn, at Plymouth Church, by Henry Ward Beecher, May 1863. (Wyles SC 1016).
  • [Slave Document]. Louisiana Slave Document. One document (ADS), bill of sale, Madison Parish, 24 July 1852. (Wyles SC 670).
  • [Slave Document]. Randolph, D. C. One letter (ALS) to S. D. [Cabanip?] of Huntsville, re the sale of a slave named Dolly, who he reports to be in good health. Also discusses her ‘nominal husband.’ Richmond, 5 Mar. 1859. (Wyles SC 127).
  • [Slave Document]. Republic of Texas, Austin County. One document (ADS): Jury summons for slave trial, with list of 36 names. 13 Apr. 1843. (Wyles SC 130).
  • [Slave Documents]. Patrick County, Virginia, Slave Documents, 1839-1840. 22 documents. (Wyles SC 978).
  • [Slave Documents]. 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. Included in the collection are two slave documents (a bill of sale, 1819, and a bill of hire, n.d.). (Wyles Mss 12).
  • [Slave Documents]. Slavery Collection of U.S. Government Documents, 1817-1865. (Wyles Mss 106).
  • Slave Documents, 1813-1865. Printed and manuscript documents, including purchase and shipping of slaves, tax forms, slave hires, estate appraisal, slave burials. (Wyles SC 1002).
  • 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).
  • [Slave Songs]. Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute. Programme, "Slave Songs of the South, by the Hampton Colored Students." (Wyles SC 742).
  • [Slavery]. "Anti-Fugitive Slave Law Meeting." Printed text of Resolutions and Address at the meeting. Syracuse, New York, January 9, 1851. (Wyles SC 799).
  • [Slavery]. Bailey, Joseph (Pennsylvania Congressman). Collection of papers relating to the Thirteenth Amendment (prohibiting slavery and involuntary servitude): two letters (ALS) to Joseph Bailey and related manuscript copy of “Resolution of thanks for the vote in favor of the Amendment of the Constitution of the U.S. by patriotic Pennsylvanians in Washington,” 1865. (Wyles SC 1078).
  • [Slavery]. Butler, Benjamin Franklin [Civil War Union General, lawyer, and Governor of Massachusetts]. Three letters (ALS), 1861, 1868, 1889 about various Civil War-related issues, including a hanging for treason. Also, a copy of a transcript of an interview conducted 2 June 1862 between Butler and Capt. Homer B. Sprague re Sprague’s refusal to deliver an escaped slave, Caroline, employed as a laundress for the army, back to slave hunters. After reviewing a recent Act of Congress, Butler decided in favor of Caroline being retained as a laundress. (Wyles SC 46).
  • [Slavery]. Civil War Amnesty Oath. One Civil War era printed document, signed by J. H. Westcott, stating he will “faithfully defend the Constitution of the United States and the States there-under; and that I will in like manner abide by and support all laws and proclamations which have been made during the existing rebellion with reference to the Emancipation of Slavery…” Galveston, Texas, 28 June 1865. (Wyles SC 8).
  • [Slavery]. "Executor’s Sale of Slave." Broadside announcing sale of “a negro girl named Mary, aged about 13 years,” by executors of estate of Squire C. Titus, Clay County, Missouri, 1860. (Wyles SC 774).
  • [Slavery]. "Facts and Features of Slavery." Broadside, n.d. (Wyles SC 793).
  • [Slavery]. Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute. Printed program, ca. 1873, "Slave Songs of the South, by the Hampton Colored Students," including note that Hampton [located in Hampton, Virginia] is “Devoted to the preparation of Colored Teachers for the Colored Race and to Industrial Education” and that nearly all of its students were born as slaves. Hampton’s most famous graduate was Booker T. Washington. (Wyles SC 742).
  • [Slavery]. "Hymns and Songs for the Anti-Slavery Celebration of the Declaration of Independence, at Abington, July 4, 1853.…" Broadside. (Wyles SC 794).
  • [Slavery]. "Hymns and Songs for the Celebration of British West India Emancipation, at Abington, August 1, 1856." Broadside. (Wyles SC 795).
  • [Slavery]. "Hymns for the Rural Anti-Slavery Celebration, at Dedham, July 4, 1846." Broadside. (Wyles SC 796).
  • [Slavery]. 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).
  • [Slavery]. 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).
  • [Slavery]. Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society. Broadside, "Fourth of July! Anti-Slavery Celebration," n.y. (Wyles SC 808).
  • [Slavery]. Moseley [Henry L.] Letter and Card, 1859. General commission merchant and slave dealer. (Wyles SC 992).
  • [Slavery]. 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).
  • [Slavery]. "New England Anti-Slavery Convention, at Boylston Hall, Boston, May 27, 28, and 29, 1851." Broadside. (Wyles SC 850).
  • [Slavery]. Nineteenth Century Americana Collection, ca. 1754-1926. 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).
  • [Slavery]. 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).
  • [Slavery]. Patrick County, Virginia, Slave Documents, 1839-1840. 22 documents. (Wyles SC 978).
  • [Slavery]. Randolph, D. C. One letter (ALS) to S. D. [Cabanip?] of Huntsville, re the sale of a slave named Dolly, who he reports to be in good health. Also discusses her ‘nominal husband.’ Richmond, 5 Mar. 1859. (Wyles SC 127).
  • [Slavery]. "Shall the Extension of Slavery Be Prohibited?" Broadside, supporting the John C. Fremont/William L. Dayton ticket, 1856. (Wyles SC 803).
  • [Slavery]. Vigilance Committee. One printed circular, re the Fugitive Slave Law. Boston, 3 Mar. 1851. (Wyles SC 707).
  • [Slavery]. Wyles (William) Collection. The first UCSB ‘special collection,’ and still one of the largest, with more than 35,000 volumes, 150 separate manuscript collections and 1,000 small collections on Abraham Lincoln, slavery, abolition, the Civil War, Reconstruction, American expansion, travel in America, and the American West.
  • Slavery Collection of U.S. Government Documents, 1817-1865. (Wyles Mss 106).
  • Slavery Era Insurance Documents, ca. 1847-1960, 2001-2002. Photocopies of documents collected by the State of California Insurance Department in pursuance of California Code Regulations, Title 10, Sections 2293-2398, which required insurance companies to provide documentation about insurance policies from the slavery era which coverage for slaveholders for damage to or death of their slaves. (Wyles Mss 97).
  • "The Slave’s Lamentation." Broadside, 1846. (Wyles SC 797).
  • Slotkin, Stanley. "Biblical Library of Stanley S. Slotkin," with 30 original leaves and accompanying printed text for 16th-18th century bibles and other religious works; also copies of articles about Slotkin, his collecting and gifts. (SC 773).
  • [Slovakia]. Poljak [Pavol] World War II Slovakia Photograph Collection, ca. 1940s. (Bernath Mss 355).
  • [Slovenia]. Gospodicni Wilsonovi. One bound volume, with numerous signatures by Slovene women, asking Woodrow Wilson’s daughter [Eleanor Wilson McAdoo?] to influence her father to help Slovenes they say are suffering under Italian rule. Ljubljana, Marca, [Slovenia], 1919. (SC 659).
  • Smith, Albert (1816-1860). One note (ANS) from English author, entertainer, and mountaineer Albert Smith to Gil [?], asking when he will come with Mrs. O’Beckett to see his show. On letterhead with stamp “Albert Smith’s Ascent of Mont Blanc.” Eggleston Hall, May 10, n.y. (SC 475).
  • Smith, Anson [Illinois Infantry, 104th Regiment (Vols), Company D]. Six Civil War era letters (ALS), 1860-1862. (Wyles SC 320).
  • Smith, Augustus G. Scrapbook entitled “Civil War Time: Memories and Experiences…,” with clippings from newspaper account by Smith, 1914. (Wyles SC 604).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Smith [Esther B.] Latin America Scrapbooks, 1938. (Bernath Mss 166).
  • Smith, Gerrit. One letter (ALS) from United States social reformer, abolitionist, politician, and philanthropist Gerrit Smith, re estate of his father (Peter Smith), to lawyer Selah Mathews of Rochester, NY. Peterboro, NY, 28 Aug. 1840. (Wyles SC 212).
  • Smith, Herndon. Newspaper articles and essay re high school teacher Herndon Smith’s local history writing project in Centralia, WA, ca. 1942-1958. Found in Herndon’s Centralia: the First 50 Years (1942). (SC 281).
  • Smith, Robert Paul. One note (TNS) to Eleanor Howard, re her review of The Journey. Laid in Smith’s The Man with the Gold-Headed Cane. New York, January 27, 1944. [PS3537.M752 M3]. (SC 632).
  • Smith, William. One Civil War letter (ALS) to his sister [Sevilla Smith?], mainly re personal and family matters. (Wyles SC 531).
  • Smyth [Samuel S.] Papers, 1862-ca. 1884. Correspondence and journals of a Civil War Union soldier, Illinois Light Artillery, 1st Regiment (Vol), Battery F. Also, photostats and microfilm copy of originals. (Wyles Mss 34).
  • Snap [Agusta W.] Oral History. Interviews re Third Reich, Germany, World War II, and the Holocaust. (OH 111).
  • Snidecor [John C.] Oral History, 1975. Life history of the UCSB speech professor and administrator, including work with the Navy and development of the State College of Santa Barbara into a university. Snidecor Hall is named after him. (OH 85).
  • 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).
  • [Snow, Charles]. One letter (TLS) from Harry Robb, author of Poddy, the Story of a Rangeland Orphan (1947) to western writer Charles Snow, mainly re Robb’s earlier life in the west. Kingsburg, CA, July 12, 1950. (SC 122).
  • 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).
  • Snyder, Gary. Two signed, typescript poems, “7.IV.64” and “The Bed in the Sky,” ca. 1964. (SC 282).
  • Sober [Kurt] Papers, 1913-1920. Papers of German-American conductor, pianist, accompanist and voice coach. (PA Mss 21).
  • 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 and many smaller community-based (mostly Santa Barbara/UCSB) groups. (Mss 183).
  • Society for Pragmatic Mysticism Collection, ca. 1970s. Mainly printed pamphlets and lectures by Mildred Mann. (ARC Mss 35).
  • Society of California Archivists Records. (Mss 263).
  • Society of the Army of the Cumberland. Printed “Transportation Circular.” Columbus, Ohio, 1874. (Wyles SC 747).
  • Socrates (469-399 BC). Greek philosopher. Holdings include numerous editions of Plato’s Socratic Dialogues (see Plato); also Thomas Amory’s A Dialogue on Devotion After the Manner of Xenophon (1733) based on Xenophon’s writings on Socrates in his Memorabilia [Spec BV9.A5], and the French drama Socrate: Tragédie en Cinq Actes (1764) by Simon Nicolas Henri Linguet [Spec PQ1999.L475 S62 1764].
  • Soka Gakkai International (SGI) Collection, ca. 1990s. Pamphlets, brochures, newsletters, and other printed material by and about Soka Gakkai International (SGI). (ARC Mss 37).
  • Sokolov [Sasha] Collection, ca. 1975-1991. Manuscripts, photographs, and correspondence of the Soviet émigré novelist, poet, and essayist. (Mss 117).
  • 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).
  • [Somalia]. “Carta dell’Africa Orientale,” ca. 1930s. One printed color map of Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia, issued by the Touring Club Italiano. (SC 1110).
  • [Somalia]. 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).
  • The Song of Roland (c.11th century). English title for La Chanson de Roland, the oldest surviving epic in French literature. Holdings include fine press editions by the Riverside Press (1906) [Printers Z239.R54 C5 vault] and the Limited Editions Club (1938) [Printers Z239.L5 C4 vault].
  • [Song Sheet]. One handcolored Civil War era song sheet, “Victory at Last [Fort Sumter],” n.d. (Wyles SC 873).
  • [Song Sheets]. 24 printed song sheets, mostly nineteenth century British parodies of American Negro dialect. (Wyles SC 872).
  • Sonoma Institute (Bodega, CA). Flyers, ca. 1980. (HPA SC 111).
  • Sonoma State College Conference Records. Humanistic psychology. (HPA Mss 36).
  • Soper Family Papers, ca. 1862-1942. Correspondence, clippings, notebook, photographs, and picture postcards pertaining to the Soper family, who settled in Alhambra, California during the early 1880s. Also includes Civil War letters from Charles H. Soper, and essays and stories by Catharine, his daughter, about the area, its scenery and gardens, animal rights, and vegetarianism. Also, research notes about the Soper family, compiled by the donor Wilbur R. Jacobs (UCSB History professor) in the early 1940s. The subject matter mainly concerns emigration to and life in southern California in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. (Wyles Mss 13).
  • Sophocles (c.496-406 BC). Greek playwright, known for tragedies. Holdings include Αι τοι Σοφοκλεους Τραγωδιαι Σωζομεναι Επτα: Sophoclis Tragœdiæ Quæ Extant Septem (1745) in Greek [Spec PA4413.A2 1745], Tragœdiæ (1828) in Greek [Spec PA4413.A2 1828], W.B. Yeats’ translation of Sophocles’ King Oedipus (1928) [Spec PR5904.Z3 S6], and Ezra Pound’s translation of Women of Trachis (1957) [Spec PS3531.O82 Z3 S66 1957]; fine press editions of Antigone by the Limited Editions Club (1975) [Spec PA4414.A7 W93 1975] and the Allen Press (1978) [Printers Z239.A46 S66 1978 vault].
  • Soriano-Hewitt (Ester) Papers. Materials relating to the Filipina American civil rights activist. (CEMA 62).
  • Sound Recording Catalog Collection. Extensive collection of manufacturers’ catalogs, primarily from the 78 rpm era. (PA Mss 26).
  • Sound Recordings. More than 250,000 audio recordings in a variety of formats. Many of these recordings are unique while many more are commercially issued 78 rpm and cylinder recordings. For further details, go to: Performing Arts Collection: Historical Sound Recordings.
  • [South Africa]. Collier [Thomas S.] Diary, 1868-1869. Shipboard diary of Collier, boatswain on the Shenandoah from July 1868 to April 1869, and previously on the U.S.S. Oneida, May 1867-July 1868. Photograph of Collier glued in the diary, with caption “S.S. Monocacy, Yokohama, Japan, Feb. 2, 1868.” Contains a blend of poems, philosophical ruminations, and diary entries re conditions on board the Shenandoah and of places visited. Most of the diary describes the trip back from the Pacific, the ports visited including Yokohama, Nagasaki, Hong Kong, Batavia (Java), Cape Town, and Jamestown (St. Helena). (Wyles SC 58).
  • [South Africa]. 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).
  • [South Africa]. Goodier (Brian G.) India and Burma Collection, 1942-1947. The collection was assembled by a Maj. B. G. Goodier, B. Sc (Tech), Royal Engineers and includes correspondence and photographs relating to his World War II and post war experiences in South Africa, India, and Burma, particularly relating to road building, and airfield construction. Locations include Durban, East Kirkee, Poona, Lahore, Madras, Bombay, and Rangoon. (Bernath Mss 93).
  • [South Africa]. Hatch (Mary Prescott) Papers, ca. 1889-1956. Primarily correspondence and drafts of Hatch’s writings, including essays and descriptions of travels around the world, including Europe and South Africa (based on her correspondence, ca. 1920s-1930s). Hatch was a Santa Barbara resident later in life. (Mss 44).
  • [South Africa]. 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).
  • [South Africa]. Shaw (W. B.) South Africa Photograph Album, 1918. Album commemorating a visit of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Shaw to the C. J. Lappan family, at Shenfield house, in South Africa. 32 black/white photos, including Lappan and Shaw family members on the porch of Shenfield house, surrounding countryside, a shot of the family by a wagon with the caption "The Voortrekkers," as well as several images of local South African women, children, and their compounds. (Bernath Mss 54).
  • [South Africa]. Sheinbaum (Stanley K.) Collection, ca. 1970s-2001. Articles about Sheinbaum, copy of oral history transcript with Joan Didion, and copy of oral history transcript by UCLA. Includes material about his association with CSDI and later New Perspectives magazine. Includes files, ca. latter 1970s-mid 1980s, kept by Stanley K. Sheinbaum mainly during his tenure as University of California Regent [1977-1989], at a time when UC was involved in divestment of South African investments, due to the political situation there. (Mss 217).
  • [South Africa]. 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).
  • South Africa Christian Mission Photograph Album, ca. 1920s. (Bernath Mss 322).
  • South Africa Photograph Album, ca. 1892. (Bernath Mss 133).
  • South Africa Subject Collection, ca. 1930s. (Bernath Mss 255).
  • South African War through the Stereoscope, ca. 1900. Set of 36 Underwood cards and accompanying Underwood stereoscopic viewer. (Bernath Mss 92).
  • South American Photograph Albums, ca. 1900. (Mss 178).
  • South American Photograph Album, 1909. (Bernath Mss 117).
  • South America Photograph Album, 1914. 250+ b/w photos, with captions in English, mainly Bolivia, Chile, and Peru, also a few of Panama and Havana. (Bernath Mss 235).
  • South America Photograph Album, 1926. 209 black and white photographs, captions in English, by unknown individual touring several South American countries. Many images of local residents, street scenes, buildings (cathedrals, residences), markets, and day to day activities, starting in Valparaiso (Chile), La Paz (Bolivia), Lake Titicaca, Cuzco (Peru – Inca palace and stone construction), Arequipa (Peru), Quayaquil and Quito (Ecuador), Panama City, and Jamaica, apparently enroute home to New York on the S.S. Pastores. (Bernath Mss 364).
  • South America Photograph Album, ca. late 1930s. (Bernath Mss 295).
  • South Coast Railroad Museum Collection, ca. 1878-1976 [bulk dates 1950-1968]. Mostly printed materials, such as pamphlets, brochures, guides, and timetables, relating to railroad history, with some emphasis on California. (SBHC Mss 18).
  • [South Carolina]. 1st South Carolina Artillery, Co. C. One Confederate Civil War document: Special Orders, No. 5, for unidentified soldier to report, issued by Head-Quarters, Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. Charleston, S.C., 5 Jan. 1864. (Wyles SC 115).
  • [South Carolina]. 1st South Carolina / 33rd US Colored Troops Records, ca. 1847-1923, 1983 [bulk dates 1850s-1860s]. Materials relating for the most part to the history and organization of the 1st. SC Volunteer Infantry, later designated the 33rd U. S. Colored Troops. A significant portion of the material is related to Thomas Wentworth Higginson who served as the unit’s commander between 1862 and 1864. There are both original primary source materials in the form of documents, correspondence (including items from William Lloyd Garrison and Horace Greeley) and secondary source materials, mostly photocopies, including such things as regimental histories. (Wyles Mss 30).
  • [South Dakota]. 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).
  • [South Korea]. American Soldier’s South Korea Photograph Album, ca. early 1960s. 107 uncaptioned black/white snapshots in a decorative black lacquer album. Includes images of fellow soldiers, military base, surrounding area [exact location unclear]and local men, women, and especially children. (Bernath Mss 263).
  • 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 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).
  • Southern Baptist Missionary at Yingtak [China] Photograph Collection, ca. 1910. 44 black and white photos, captions in English on reverse, perhaps taken by a Rev. or Mrs. Saunders, who seemingly were Southern Baptist missionaries in South China, teaching at a school of academy in Yingtak (Kwangtung Province). Includes images of the school, schoolchildren, missionary families, local scenery, buildings, street scenes, local men, women and children in everyday activities, homes, agricultural activities, temples, rivers and boats. (SC 944).
  • Southern India Family Photograph Collection, ca. 1940s-1959. 100+ b/w images, most apparently relating to an Indian woman (Marie [?] who, in the early 1950s, was a student at the Christian Medical College, Vellore, India. Includes snapshots of friends, relatives, and staff members (some with Ida Scudder, founder of the college), as well as group photos of college students and staff, and a group photo of the 13th Indian Congress of Radiology, Poona, 1959. (Bernath Mss 74).
  • Southern Methodist Mission in Japan Photograph Album, ca. 1935. Album, sponsored by missionaries Sam Hilburn and Weyman Huckabee, showing work being done by the mission [Hiroshima]. (Wyles SC 578).
  • Southern Pacific Company. One printed railroad brochure and timetable re “Morning Daylight” route from San Francisco to Los Angeles, 20 Nov. 1940. (SC 590).
  • Southern Pacific Railroad Photograph Album, ca. 1890. (Wyles SC 1035).
  • Southern Prisoners’ Relief Fund Broadside, ca. 1864. One broadside, “Southern Prisoners’ Relief Fund,” soliciting contributions from Southerners residing in Europe during the Civil War. Printed in Liverpool, England, ca. 1864. (Wyles SC 217).
  • Southern Rhodesia Photograph Album, ca. 1926-1931. (Bernath Mss 325).
  • Soviet Photograph Album, ca. 1940s-1950s. 64 b/w photographs, primarily family (name unknown), including scenes from Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg) and images of the countryside. Highlights include several images of male and female Soviet soldiers ca. World War II (known in Russia as the Great Patriotic War), post-war images of Soviet automobiles (including taxis and Moskvitch models produced after WWII), and group portraits of employees of the S.M. Kirov Central Culture and Leisure Park. (Bernath Mss 324).
  • Soviet Soldier’s Photograph Album, ca. 1984. (Bernath Mss 154).
  • [Soviet Union]. Stassen, Harold. One letter (TLS) from perennial presidential candidate Harold Stassen to Theodore Bailey re Stassen’s communication with Premier Stalin, together with related address, statement, and transcript, 1947-1950. (SC 285).
  • [Spain]. 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).
  • [Spain]. 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].
  • [Spain]. “Contador Esipiritual.” Disbound printed documents, first and second parts, 4 pp. Stamp of Bibliateca Particular. Cordoba (Spain), [ca. 1700s]. (SC 1009).
  • [Spain]. Felipe II (Philip, King of Spain). One document: deed, 31 leaves, sale of the land Aldeaseca de la Frontera to Juan de Bracamonte y de Guzman, senor de Penaranda, signed ‘Yo el Rey.” Madrid, 16 Dec. 1574. (SC 556).
  • [Spain]. Felipe V (King of Spain, 1683-1746). Bound, holographic copy of a set of Ordenanzas for Santiago, New Spain, 1733. In Spanish. (SC 108).
  • [Spain]. Isabella, Queen. One document (ADS), order to her notary, Diego Ramirez re how she lost a pearl, part of a rosary, and how the Queen’s Chamberlain, Sancho de Paredes, should not be held responsible. Seville, Spain, 15 February 1502. (SC 554).
  • [Spain]. 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).
  • Spalding, Susan Marr (1841-1908). One letter (ALS) from American poetry and prose writer Spalding re her health, together with printed poems, and obituary, [ca. 1890s-1908]. (SC 283).
  • [Spanish-American War]. California Volunteers, 1st Regiment, Co. A. Group photo, with list, 1899. (Wyles SC 682).
  • [Spanish-American War]. California Volunteers, 1st Regiment, Co. D. Group photo, with list, 1899. (Wyles SC 681).
  • [Spanish-American War]. 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).
  • [Spanish-American War]. McCord [William] Spanish-American War Papers, ca. 1898-1900. (Wyles Mss 157).
  • [Spanish-American War]. 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).
  • [Spanish-American War]. Two matted color prints, of the U.S.S. Maine and the Olympia (Admiral George Dewey’s flagship), ca. 1898-1899. (Wyles SC 848).
  • [Spanish American War]. U.S. Navy. Collection of Spanish American War era documents mainly relating to flagships in the North Atlantic, Hong Kong, and the Phillipines, ca. 1898. (Wyles SC 879).
  • Spanish-American War in Cuba Photographs, ca. 1899. 11 mounted b/w photographs. (Wyles SC 977).
  • Spanish American War Photograph Collection, ca. 1898-1901. 20 stereoviews and cabinet cards, mainly Cuba and Philippines. (Wyles Mss 131).
  • [Spanish Inquisition]. Four printed variants of a 23 Feb. 1813 decree, in Spanish, abolishing the Spanish Inquisition tribunals and describing the system to succeed them. Cadiz, Spain, 1813. (SC 736).
  • Spanish Inquisition Collection. 270+ printed items from the early 1500s and later, including original documents and later studies relating to the Spanish Inquisition. Each item cataloged separately.
  • Spanish Inquisition Documents, 1616-1816. Mainly records of pensions and property confiscated as part of the Inquisition and appeals to the crown by Jewish citizens requesting protection from discrimination and just access to jobs and professions in society, most from the Kingdom of Mallorca and predominantly the city of Palma. (Mss 118).
  • Spaulding, Edward Selden. One letter (ALS) from Santa Barbara author and first headmaster of Laguna Blanca School, Edward Selden Spaulding, to Alice (Mrs. Thomas) Driscoll, talking about stories he has written. [Santa Barbara, CA], 1968. Laid in Spaulding’s Venison and a Breath of Sage (1967). (SC 547).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Specht [Margaret] Correspondence. Letters between Specht and opera singer Lotte Lehmann. (PA Mss 44).
  • Spence, John A. [New Jersey Infantry, 13th Regiment (Vol), Company D]. Three Civil War letters (ALS), discussing illness, poor condition of hospitals and roads, and details about military engagements, 1863. (Wyles SC 352).
  • 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 Faerie Queene (1953) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PR2358.A3 H3].
  • Spielmann, Marion Harry (1858-1948). One note (TNS) from British art critic and scholar, to Clement Shorter, re sending copies of his (Spielmann’s) works. Uplands, Folkestone, [England], 1 May 1924. (SC 273).
  • Spinner, F. E. Engraved banker’s check, signed by F. E. Spinner, to [?] Burton. Mohawk Valley Bank, State of New York, [1?] Sept. 1849. (Wyles SC 219).
  • Spinner, F. E. [Treasurer of the U.S., 1861-1875]. One (ALS) responding to an unknown general’s request, re autographs of early governors. Pablo Beach, Florida, 28 May 1889. (Wyles SC 218).
  • Spinner, F. E. One letter (ALS) to unknown party, soliciting support for his bid for Comptroller. Mohawk, Sept. 22, 1875. (Wyles SC 1069).
  • Spiritual Emergence Network. Newsletter of the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology (Menlo Park, CA), 1986. (HPA SC 112).
  • Spitz, Jacques (1896-1963). Typescript carbon, “Le Probleme de la Connaissance et la Theorie Quantique,” by French engineer and writer, Jacques Spitz, n.d. (SC 284).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. 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).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. Algeria Photograph Collection, 1933. 55 b/w snapshots, with captions, of a 1933 tour in Algeria, including images of street and desert scenes, markets, local inhabitants, residences, camel and horse riders, horse races, and dancers, as well as several of the tour members. (SC 841).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. Bicycle Photographs, ca. early 1900s. 5 b/w snapshots. (SC 957).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. 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).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. Cutter (Charles G.) Cycling in Europe Collection, ca. 1891-1892. (Bernath Mss 373).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. 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). (Bernath Mss 31).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. French Cycling Documents, 1927, 1934. Three items. (SC 1076).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. 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).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. Grey (Zane) Travel Photograph Album, 1923. 629 b/w photographs in an album inscribed by Zane Grey to his secretary Mildred Smith, noting “This is a photographic record of our wanderings from May until Nov. 1923….” Includes Southwestern scenes, Pacific Northwest hunting, and deep-sea fishing scenes. (Wyles Mss 120).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. India [Calcutta and Poona] Photograph Album, ca. 1901-1902. 90+ b/w images, mainly Calcutta and its environs, especially boats, buildings, and scenes around the Hooghly River. A number show the SS or HMS Carthage. Also, shots of Calcutta streets and buildings. Poona images mainly of British at the races and polo. Also a few images of Shanghai and the port at Nagasaki. (some showing the Carthage taking on coal). (Bernath Mss 52).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. Iowa and Western Photograph Album, ca. 1890s-1900s. Description: 198 albumen photographs, no captions, beginning with images of Iowa (signs indicating Keosauqua and Eldon – street scenes, family, houses, bicycle riders, African Americans, parade with tractors, soldiers, Native Americans, and women on bikes); later images of unidentified areas of the West, possibly California (mountains, scenic boulders, hilly terrain, railway – family, perhaps on a trip). (Wyles Mss 165).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. 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).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. 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).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. 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).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. 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).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. 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).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. 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).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. 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).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. Police Gazette Photograph Collection, ca. 1950s. 38 b/w photos, most 8x10, most relating to the Police Gazette (New York) and its staff, with various celebrities and sports figures such as Babe Ruth, Joe Dimaggio, Mickey Mantle, Ted Williams, Rocky Graziano, Sugar Ray Robinson, Jersey Joe Walcott, Pancho Gonzales, Jack Kramer (tennis), Mickey Walker, Benny Goodman, and Dorothy Lamour. (SC 954).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. 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).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. 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).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. 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).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. UCSB, Intercollegiate Athletics Collection, 1937-2002. Contains primarily men’s football and basketball announcements, programs, schedules and yearbooks, as well as the NCAA Self-Study and other college sports materials. (UArch 55).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. UCSB, Department of Recreation Collection, 1957-2002. Collection contains event, course, program and activity flyers, brochures, program files, memos, and related materials. (UArch 58).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. Women in the West Travel Photograph Album, ca. 1890s-1910s. 28 black and white photographs, no captions or dates, likely compiled one of the women shown in the album who took part in a hunting, fishing, hiking, and camping trip in the West, probably somewhere between northern California and Washington. Includes images of women and men on the trip, on horseback, with pistols and rifles, bears, campsites, wooded landscapes, rivers and lakes, fishing poles, and hiking in snowy elevations with branches as ski poles. (Wyles SC 1054).
  • [Sport and Recreation]. Wyman Family Photographs, ca. late 1800s-early 1900s. One disbound photo album with 81 b/w photographs of varying sizes, of a trip apparently to the Sierras. Includes mountain scenery, forests, lakes, camping, cabins, family (and friends?) posing, hiking, holding strings of fish, and on horseback. (SC 721).
  • Sprague, William [War Governor of Rhode Island, 1860-1863]. One letter (ALS) responding to Zachariah Allen, re tariff bill on India cotton. Washington, 21 July 1868. Washington, 21 July 1868. (Wyles SC 220).
  • 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].
  • [Sri Lanka]. India and Ceylon Photograph Album, ca. 1900. (Bernath Mss 208).
  • [Sri Lanka]. India and Ceylon Photograph Album, ca. 1900. 241 hand-colored photographs with captions in Russian, including scenes of Agra (including Taj Mahal) and Kandy, Ceylon. (Bernath Mss 250).
  • Sri Lanka. See also: Ceylon.
  • S.S. Carinthia World Cruise Photograph Album, 1926-1927. (Wyles Mss 116).
  • [Stamps]. Doty [Edward] Collection, ca. 1970-1983. Historical U.S. and worldwide stamps and stamp covers. (Mss 22).
  • [Stamps]. 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).
  • Stamps. Collection re commemoration of Abraham Lincoln and Civil War, ca. 1950s-1990s. (Wyles SC 499).
  • Stanford Playbill Collection. (PA Mss 13).
  • Stanford-Smith Families Papers, ca. 1861-1868. Primarily Civil War era correspondence, from Benjamin R. Stanford, Pennsylvania Infantry, 102nd Regiment (Vol), Co. M, and George W. Smith, Pennsylvania Infantry, 102nd Regiment (Vol), Co. F. (Wyles Mss 43).
  • Stanley [Augusta G.] Papers, ca. latter 1940s-1960s. Correspondence and manuscripts of writings (with illustrations) by Augusta Stanley about what she termed ‘The Greatest Mystery’ surrounding the Imitation of Christ, the medieval Lubeck manuscripts, and Father J. van Ginneken of Nijmegen University [Netherlands]. (Mss 120).
  • Stanley, Dorothy [wife of explorer/journalist Henry Morton Stanley]. One letter (ALS) to Mr. Thomas, re husband’s lecture tour, her nomadic life, other authors, and plans for the summer. Midland Hotel, Bradford, England, 15 May 1891. (Wyles SC 398).
  • Stanley, Henry. One note (ANS) to Mr. J. S. Thomas re looking over a proof [of something he had written?]. [New York], 13 Apr. 1891. (Wyles SC 399).
  • Star-Spangled Banner. Scrapbook relating to the design of Anna H. Dorsey’s Origin of the Star-Spangled Banner, 1947. (SC 690).
  • Starr, Walter Augustus. Map, 1934, laid in Starr’s Guide to the John Muir Trail… [Spec F868.S5 S75]. (SC 708).
  • 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).
  • Stassen, Harold. One letter (TLS) from perennial presidential candidate Harold Stassen to Theodore Bailey re Stassen’s communication with Premier Stalin, together with related address, statement, and transcript, 1947-1950. (SC 285).
  • “Stations of the U.S. Army.” Printed flyer, list of Engineers, Signal Corps, Cavalry, Infantry, and Artillery, with location of regimental headquarters and companies, along with similar information for troops in Philippine Islands, Cuba, and Porto Rico. Adjutant General’s Office, June 26, 1902. (Wyles SC 788).
  • Stead, Angell P. [Private, New York Infantry, 114th Regiment (Vol), Company F]. Four Civil War letters (ALS), 1863. (Wyles SC 370).
  • Stearns, W. A. [President of Amherst College]. One letter (ALS) to his cousin. Amherst College, 11 Mar. 1867. (Wyles SC 223).
  • Stegner, Wallace. One letter (TLS) to Robert Kirsch of the LA Times, thanking him for his admirable reviews, 1977. Also one letter (TLS) to Chris Brun, UCSB Special Collections, re Stegner’s recent Corle lecture, accompanied by transcript of same, entitled “The Long Road from Byblos,” 1981. (SC 287).
  • Stegner, Wallace, et al. Mimeograph typescript draft of California: The Dynamic State (1966), with chapters by Wallace Stegner, "California!"; Louis H. Heilbron, "Higher Education for the Millions"; William L. C. Wheaton, "Peril and Promise"; Herbert L. Phillips, "A Bucketful of Smoke"; Hugo Fisher, "Water – Lifeblood of the West"; Stewart L. Udall, "Beauty and How to Keep It"; Erle Stanley Gardner, "Crime and Law Enforcement":; and C. J. Haggerty, "Labor". (SC 704).
  • Stein, Mark Aurel (Sir) (1862-1943). One letter (ALS) from Mark Aurel Stein, Hungarian archaeologist, later British citizen and professor at various Indian universities, to Alexander H. Godfrey, thanking him for his interest in Stein’s work and mentioning he is heading back to India. S.S. Empress of Asia, somewhere in the Pacific Ocean, March 30, 1930. (SC 286).
  • [Steinbeck, John]. Frost [Eugenia] Correspondence, ca. 1930-1938. Mainly incoming, includes one card (ACS) from John Steinbeck, thanking Frost for her earlier letter and saying he isn’t sure anymore what his book [Tortilla Flat?] was about, having been told so many things by others. Pacific Grove, CA, stamped 6 Apr. 1936. (SC 118).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Stephens, Alexander Hamilton (1812-1883; Vice President of C.S.A.). One Civil War letter (ALS) to his brother Linton. Sparta, Georgia, 18 February 1863. (Wyles SC 224).
  • Stephens, Colombus Cecil. Typescript, entitled "Trip Across the Plains, 1857," containing entries from a diary, with parenthetical comments, and a letter dated Oct. 15, 1857. Recounts the six-month overland trip, April-October 1857, from the Midwest (Ohio?) to Ione, Amador Co., California, apparently by William H. Stephens who was a boy at the time. (Wyles SC 225).
  • Stereoscopic Views, 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).
  • Stereoscopic Views, ca. 1889-1899. Seven items – military ships ca. time of Spanish-American War, Blackfeet Indians, and movie scene. (Wyles Mss 99).
  • Stereoview Collection, ca. late 1800s-early 1900s. (Mss 256).
  • [Stereoviews]. 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).
  • Stereoviews. Nine b/w stereoviews of western scenes, including two by J. J. Reilly, Yosemite Valley, CA (mountain scenes), one by M. M. Haseltine (Soda Springs, Tolumne Valley), and five by R. E. Wood, Landscape Photographer, Santa Cruz, California (surveyor’s camp, Camp Capitola, Sons of Temperance at Boulder Creek, grapes from Charles Krug’s Vineyard at St. Helena), [ca. 1890s-1900s]. (Wyles SC 600).
  • Stereoviews – Japan, ca. 1900. 18 stereoviews, mostly Japan – modern copies. (SC 1106).
  • Stern, Elizabeth Gertrude (pen name Eleanor Norton). One letter (ALS) to Mrs. [Wefer?], one clipping, and one postcard (1953), all re Stern and her work on Mahatma Gandhi. Laid in Stern’s The Women in Gandhi’s Life (1953). (SC 546).
  • Sternberg, Kaspar. One hand-colored plate from Versuch einer geognostisch-botanischen Darstellung der Flora der Vorwelt, a two volume set published 1820-1838. (SC 795).
  • Stettinius, Edward (1900-1949). One letter (TLS) from Secretary of State Edward Stettinius to G. William Gahagan, Assistant to the Director, Pacific Bureau – Office of War Information, San Francisco, thanking Gahagan for courtesy cards to the Press Club and Bohemian Club. Washington, [D. C.], 27 April 1945. (SC 289).
  • Stevens, Thaddeus. One note (ANS), 11 Aug. 1845, and two pages from 29 Aug. 1868 issue of Harper’s Weekly. (Wyles SC 226).
  • Stevenson, Fernald & Co. Cuban Correspondence, 1884. Ten letters (ALS) from Cuban firms to Stevenson, re sugar and molasses trade. Bernath Collection. (Wyles SC 968).
  • [Stevenson, Robert Louis]. Strong [Isobel Field] Scrapbook, ca. 1926-1930. Scrapbook of Isobel Field Strong, daughter of Fanny Stevenson and stepdaughter of Robert Louis Stevenson. Includes photographs of Carpinteria area, some of Serena, the Field home. (SBHC Mss 64).
  • 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].
  • Steward (Lowell) Papers, 1995-2002  pdf icon. Correspondence, published articles (newspaper and Internet), and other items relating to Steward’s involvement with the Tuskegee Airmen. (CEMA 58).
  • Stewart (George) Thailand / Philippines Photographs, ca. 1960s. 16 black/white snapshots, most apparently of Thailand, including Bangkok, and the Philippines, with street scenes, shops, temples, houses and boats, and local residents. George Stewart (1922-?) was a cartoon artist and art director of Pacific Stars and Stripes during the Vietnam War period. His book, What’s so Funny about Vietnam? was published in 1968. (SC 891).
  • 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].
  • Stivers, Eugene H. Correspondence and articles, ca. 1984-1988. (HPA SC 113).
  • Stobbs, James M. [First Corporal, Iowa Infantry, 30th Regiment (Vol), Company B]. One Civil War document (ADS): Appointment, 1 Dec. 1863. (Wyles SC 424).
  • Stockton [Bayard] Collection, ca. latter 1980s-early 1990s. Mainly drafts of Stockton’s book, Catapult: The Biography of Robert A. Monroe (1989), and correspondence and material about Monroe and the Monroe Institute. Also, a sizeable collection of audiotapes, many issued by the Monroe Institute, as well as some non-commercial tapes of interviews, conversations, and reflections by people associated with the Monroe Institute. (ARC Mss 17).
  • Stockton [Bayard] Papers, ca. 1950s-2006. Correspondence, notes, manuscript drafts, and related research materials, including FOIA documents pertaining to Bayard Stockton’s biography of William K. Harvey of the CIA, Flawed Patriot: The Rise and Fall of CIA Legend Bill Harvey. Stockton (1930-2006) was a former CIA intelligence officer who served under Harvey in Berlin, a journalist, and a teacher. (Bernath Mss 174).
  • Stockton, James Leroy (1873-1942). Collection, ca. 1902-1942, of printed poems by James Leroy Stockton, poet, educator, and Vice-President of Santa Barbara State College (ca. 1921-1925); also “Santa Barbara Alumni Chapter, Phi Delta Kappa, Songs,” with words by Stockton, and obituary. (SC 290).
  • Stockwell, Alonzo. One MS Civil War diary, 1864. (Wyles SC 227).
  • Stoddard, Walter E. Correspondence, notes, clippings, and other California and Western-history related items, ca. 1910s-1950s, assembled by Sacramento resident and autograph collector Walter E. Stoddard. Also includes 1872 Bank of California check issued by the Mariposa Mill Company of Virginia, Nevada. (Wyles SC 228).
  • Stokowski [Leopold] Recordings, 1934-1940. Stokowski’s personal collection of test pressings. (PA Mss 27).
  • Stolzenberg [Jonathan B.] and Bud Baldwin Oral History, 1992. Interviews re the life and career of Virginia Satir. The collection is closed, pending review. (OH 86).
  • Stone, Charles P. [Civil War Union General]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to General H. B. Franklin. New Orleans, 26 Nov. 1863. (Wyles SC 229).
  • Stone, Irving (1903-1989). Two letters (TLS) and one note (ANS) from American author Irving Stone to Donald Davidson, UCSB University Librarian, re National Library Week. Beverly Hills, 1962. (SC 291).
  • Stone, Wilbur Macey. One letter (ALS) to Mr. Hays re Rowfant Club. New York, 2 Feb. 1927. (SC 271).
  • Stopes, Marie Carmichael. Seven items, including correspondence, advertisement, magazine article, Christmas message, and litho portrait of British birth control advocate Marie Carmichael Stopes, found in books by her, ca. 1930s-1940s. (SC 707).
  • Stopes [Marie C.] Collection, ca. 1871-1967 [bulk dates 1920-1958]. Material pertaining to Marie Stopes, organizations with which she was affiliated, and other organizations and individuals concerned about issues of abortion, birth control, contraception, eugenics, obstetrics, population, sexual behavior, sterilization, and welfare of women, primarily in Great Britain, but also including some items from the U.S. and other countries. The collection has been assembled from multiple sources. (Mss 122).
  • Storer [James B.] Papers, ca. 1834-1882.Contains an 1834 book of common prayer (given to James B. Storer by his father in 1844), photographs of Storer and his family, an 1853-1866 diary (Storer was in California during the Civil War), an 1866 commission in the California national guard, and later bills and receipts (Riverhead, Long Island, New York), ca. 1872-1890. (Wyles Mss 77).
  • Storke, Charles Albert. Collection of letters,photographic negatives, and clippings, mainly pertaining to Andersonville [Civil War] survivors, ca. 1911-1912. (SC 292).
  • Storke, Charles Albert. Two letters (ALS) from H. C. Chatfield-Taylor, in part about times at Cornell and one carte de visite of Storke as adolescent (Osh Kosh, WI photographer), n.d. (SC 293).
  • Storke [Charles Albert (C.A.)] Collection. (SBHC Mss 40).
  • Storke (Charles A., II) Collection, ca. 1911-1998. Papers of Charles A. Storke II, Montecito resident, newspaperman, businessman, son of Thomas M. Storke. (SBHC Mss 38).
  • Storke, Thomas M. (T. M.). Four letters (TLS) to Thomas M. Storke, ca. 1955-1971, including one from Ronald Reagan, 1968, sending a copy of Lee Edwards’ biography of him. (SC 294).
  • Storke [Thomas M.] Collection. Includes scrapbook, speeches, photo, miscellaneous articles by Storke and copies of awards presented to him, and numerous condolences to his wife re his death. (SBHC Mss 37).
  • 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).
  • Story, [G.?] A. One letter (ALS) to Walter Crane, English artist and book illustrator, complimenting him on his work and saying he is forwarding some sketches to him. South Hampstead, [England], Nov. 11, 1911. (SC 478).
  • [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).
  • Stoughton [Edwin Henry] Civil War Collection, ca. 1862-1907. Typescript and manuscript text re Stoughton’s Civil War career, which ended after being captured by John S. Mosby at Fairfax [VA] Court House. (Wyles Mss 107).
  • 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].
  • Stowe, Harriet Beecher. One letter (ALS), signed H. B. Stowe, to an unnamed friend, offering best wishes for the New Year. Mandarin, Florida, 11 January 1880. (SC 297).
  • Stowe, Harriet Beecher. One note (ANS), signed H. B. Stowe, reflecting upon the death of Uncle Tom, from chapter 41 of Uncle Tom’s Cabin, n.d. (SC 296).
  • Stowe [Harriet Beecher] Autograph, [1882?]. One envelope addressed to Lili E. Stephens of Princeton, Illinois, with later ink notation “Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe’s autograph.” Envelope is stamped Mandarin, Florida, where the Stowes maintained a winter residence. (SC 926).
  • [Strauss, Richard]. One note (AN), in English, content unclear, n.d. Laid in Strauss’, Ariadne auf Naxox [vocal score]. (SC 573).
  • [Strauss, Richard]. One note [TN], in English, “Cuts for Rosenkavalier,” n.d. Laid in Strauss’ Der Rosenkavalier (M1503.S916 R6 1943). (SC 578).
  • Stravinsky [Igor] Symposium, 1995. Performing Arts Project. (OH 88).
  • Strong [Isobel Field] Scrapbook, ca. 1926-1930. Scrapbook of Isobel Field Strong, daughter of Fanny Stevenson and stepdaughter of Robert Louis Stevenson. Includes photographs of Carpinteria area, some of Serena, the Field home. (SBHC Mss 64).
  • 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).
  • Stuart [Eleanor Moore] Middle East Photograph Album, ca. 1924. (Bernath Mss 159).
  • Stuart [Granville] Uruguay Photographs, 1894-1896. 8 b/w albumen cabinet size and larger photographs assembled by Montana cattleman Granville Stuart while he was ambassador to Uruguay. Includes images of Uruguayan officers, Montivideo scenes, and the U.S.S. iron warship Newark, moored off Montivideo in 1894. (Wyles SC 987).
  • Stuart, Gen. J. E. B. [Gen.]. Engraved portrait, [ca. 1860s]. (Wyles SC 765).
  • Stuart, Jesse. Typescript of speech by American writer Jesse Stuart, given to Lincoln Memorial University, 10 Feb. 1954. (Wyles SC 230).
  • Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) Collection, ca. 1965-1966. One letter (TLS), flyers, and newspaper from the Santa Barbara Friends of SNCC. Letter on stationery with list of Faculty Friends of Civil Rights, including E. Noble, W. Frost, H. Steinhauer, H. Girvetz, and R. Michaelsen. (SC 709).
  • Stuffed Goose Printers’ Broadside Series. Nos. 1 and 2, Smithsonian Institution, 1980. (SC 778).
  • Stuurman [Douwe] Oral History, 1982. Recollections of life as a student at the University of Kiel, experiences in Nazi Germany and how Hitler’s programs compromised the academic integrity of the university. Also, his military assignments during World War II, which led to his discovery of the Chancellery Papers and Hitler’s personal library, and his academic career at UCSB, including his development of a course on the Bible as literature. (OH 13).
  • Suareaz [Margarita] Oral History, 1998-1999 [?]. Interviews with the executive director of Avanta (HPA related), member of the anti-Castro forces before the Bay of Pigs invasion, and licensed psychologist, specializing in grief therapy for children. (OH 89).
  • 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).
  • [Sudan]. Koran [Sudan], 1964. One volume, bound in traditional Koranic form, written in Khartoum, Sudan, in Sudani hand. (Mss 198).
  • [Sudan]. 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).
  • Sudan – Sennar Dam Photograph Album, ca. 1926. Album, with 16 b/w photos showing construction of the Sennar Dam, on the Blue Nile, more than 200 miles south of Khartoum, Sudan. The project began after WWI and was completed in 1926. The first leaf of the album contains an invitation from the Governor-General of the Sudan, to a Mr. Jackson, to attend the official opening of the dam on January 21, 1926. (Bernath Mss 62).
  • Suetonius (c.70-140) [full name Gaius Suetonius Tranquillus]. Roman historian. Holdings include his Lives of the Twelve Caesars in Latin and English (1761) [Spec PA6700.A2 1761] and a fine press edition by the Limited Editions Club (1963) [Spec DG277.S7 H6 1963].
  • Suffrage – 18-20 Year Old Voters in California, ca. 1970-1971. Clippings, correspondence, legal documents, and related material (some copies) pertaining to voter registration standards, tests, and procedures, including residency requirements, applied by California registrars to persons age 18-20. (SC 300).
  • Suits Family Papers, ca. 1896-1942. Correspondence, financial and military records, photographs, writings and ephemera of Clarence and Elihu Suits, as well as other family members. Includes some WWI and WWII material. (Mss 124).
  • Sullivan [James J.] Collection, 1966-1972 [bulk dates 1970]. Mainly documentation relating to Isla Vista III disturbances and subsequent legal actions. (SBHC Mss 49).
  • Suman (Alvaro) Papers. Materials of a longtime Santa Barbara Chicano resident, painter, sculptor, and ceramicist. (CEMA 90).
  • [Sumatra]. 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).
  • Sumatra Photograph Album, ca. 1910-1920s. (SC 1013).
  • 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).
  • Summers, James F. [Captain, Ohio Infantry, 70th Regiment, Company B]. Civil War collection, including extensive correspondence (mainly to wife), along with diary, documents and newspaper accounts of the unit’s activities, ca. 1861-1866. (Wyles SC 383).
  • Sumner, Charles. One handwritten poem, signed by Sumner, beginning “So forth, then, my country…,” with two accompanying envelopes addressed to Charles W. Sanger of Waterville, Maine. Boston, 22 Oct. 1851. (Wyles SC 232).
  • Sumner, Charles (1811-1874). One letter (ALS), 13 July 1859, and one autograph. (Wyles SC 231).
  • Sutich, Anthony. Correspondence (photocopies) as editor of the Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 1967-1968. (HPA SC 114).
  • Sutro [Ottile] Berlin Diaries, 1914-1915. (Bernath Mss 125).
  • Swakopmund Eisenbahn-Baukompagnie No. 2 Denkschrift, 1907. Report on railroad construction in the Swakopmund district of German Southwest Africa (now Namibia). (SC 861).
  • 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).
  • [Sweden]. Russia, Norway, and Sweden Photograph Album, ca. 1900-1910. (Bernath Mss 370).
  • Swedenborg and New Jerusalem Church Pamphlet Collection, ca. 1826-1898. (ARC Mss 50).
  • Sweeney [Beatrice Marcy] Papers, ca. 1916-1991. Materials of a UCSB faculty member in biology, specializing in plant physiology, including biographical information, photographs, research notebooks and files, speeches, and writings. (UArch FacP 25).
  • Sweeney, Richard S. [Corporal, Kentucky Infantry, 5th Regiment (Vol), Company B, Louisville Legion]. Civil War correspondence, ca. 1862. (Wyles SC 329).
  • [Sweet, Robert B.]. Haines, Helen E. (1872-1961) One letter (TLS) from American editor, bibliographer, and library educator, Helen E. Haines, to Dr. Sweet, re his analysis of Mourning Becomes Electra. Pasadena, Jan. 15, 1932. Laid in Eugene O’Neill, Mourning Becomes Electra (New York: H. Liveright, Inc., 1931). (SC 571).
  • [Sweet, Robert B.]. Sanger, Margaret. One letter (TLS) to Robert B. Sweet re his article concerning birth control technique. New York, 1 Nov. 1932. (SC 267).
  • [Sweet, Robert B.]. Sinclair, Upton (1878-1968). One note (TNS) from American author Upton Sinclair to Dr. Sweet, re receiving Sweet’s prior note. Los Angeles, 4 February 1933. Laid in Upton Sinclair, The Jungle (New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1906). (SC 569).
  • 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.
  • Sweet [Robert Ballantine] Collection, ca. 1807-1959. Includes correspondence, scrapbooks and a few other items from a much larger collection of printed materials. (Mss 156).
  • 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].
  • 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).
  • [Switzerland]. Maissen Family / Switzerland Photograph Album, ca. 1950. (Bernath Mss 339).
  • Symons [Arthur] Collection, ca. 1899-1907. Two letters (ALS) from British poet, critic, and magazine writer Arthur Symons (1865-1945) re books and book orders; also, three signed holograph poems. (SC 301).
  • Synthesis Graduate School for the Study of Man (San Francisco, CA). Catalog, 1978-1979. (HPA SC 115).
  • [Syria]. 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).
  • [Syria]. 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).
  • [Syria]. French Soldier’s Turkey-Syria Photograph Album, ca. 1919-1921. Photograph album of a French soldier with the Armée d’Orient, containing 100+ small black/white snapshots. Includes views of Istanbul and its environs, festival, market and street scenes, views of the Armenian and Turkish quarter in Aintab (N. Syria), Aleppo, Deir er Zor, French military at various sites, military and other ships, harbor, mosques and minarets, rural areas, horses and camels being used for transport, rubble and damaged buildings. (Bernath Mss 90).
  • [Syria]. 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).
  • Szasz [Thomas S.] Papers, ca. 1976-1989. Annotated typescripts of three books by Szasz: Psychiatric Slavery, Heresies, and The Myth of Psychotherapy. (HPA Mss 37).

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  • Table Talk Press. “Dear Friend: A Letter from Henry Miller to Charles Bukowski,” August 22, 1965. A printed holiday greeting, 1987, by Michael J. Sherick and Table-Talk Press, from an original in UCSB Special Collections. (SC 626).
  • 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).
  • Tacitus, Cornelius (55-120). Roman historian. Holdings include Tacito Español (1614) an early translation into Spanish [Spec PA6712.S72 1614], Tacitus (1640) [Spec PA6705.A2 1640], Opera Quæ Exstant (1721) [Spec PA6705.A2 1721], Works (1728) [Spec DG207.T3 1728], and The Life of Agricola (1774) [Spec PA6706.A3 1774]; fine press edition of Opera Minora (1904) by Merrymount Press [Printers Z239.M44 T32].
  • 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).
  • [Taft, William Howard]. Taintor, Harold Hancock. One document: Appointment as second lieutenant, by President William H. Taft, 30 July 1912. (Wyles SC 679).
  • Taft [William Howard] Portrait, 1909. Engraving, signed “Sincerely Yours, Wm. H. Taft.” Barmore Publishing Co., New York. Pencil notation, “Eighth proof from the copper plate – Schneider.” (SC 912).
  • Taft, William Howard [President]. Two letters (TLS) to Charles Burnham, Washington, [D.C.], 9 April and 3 May, 1910, signed by Secretary to the President; also typescript itinerary of the President for Monday, 9 May 1910. (Wyles SC 235).
  • Tagatac (Sam) Collection. (CEMA 107).
  • [Tahiti]. Grey, Zane. One b/w print of Zane Grey and J. A. Wiborn on the beach, together with copies of three clippings re his trip to New Zealand, Australia and Tahiti, ca. 1930. Laid in Grey’s Tales of Tahitian Waters (New York, 1931). (SC 542).
  • [Tahiti]. 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).
  • Taintor, Harold Hancock. One document: Appointment as second lieutenant, by President William H. Taft, 30 July 1912. (Wyles SC 679).
  • [Taiwan]. Shepherd [Alfred James] Papers, ca. 1930s-1950s. Includes material relating to Taiwan, Japan, and Guam. (Bernath Mss 251).
  • Takeda (Helen S. Komoto) Oral History. Interviews with a Japanese Niseii family. (OH 90).
  • Takeda (Horoshi) Oral History. (OH 91).
  • Tallant [Mildred Cooley] Papers, ca. 1920s-1950s. Correspondence, diaries, photographas, poems, scrapbook, Sierra Club trip notes, and other material relating to Santa Barbara resident and author Mildred Cooley Tallant. (SBHC Mss 66).
  • Tamil Palm Leaf Manuscript, ca. 1800s. South India (Tamil Nadu) manuscript, 114 leaves tied together with cord, describing various religious practices. (Printers Mss 53).
  • Tamil Palm Leaf Manuscript, ca. early 1900s. Horoscope, on seven palm leaf strips, attached by cord. (SC 894).
  • Tanaka (Gayle) Papers. Personal collection of an award-winning Asian American painter, print-maker and photographer. (CEMA 19).
  • Tanganyika. See: Tanzania.
  • Tannenbaum [Robert] Oral History. Humanistic psychology project. (OH 92).
  • Tannenbaum [Robert] Papers, 1942-1987. Files and videocassettes of a professor at UCLA’s Anderson Graduate School of Management, mainly pertaining to the Western Training Lab, Tannebaum’s work there with small group processes such as Sensitivity Training and T-Groups, and his career in organizational development. (HPA Mss 38).
  • [Tanzania]. East Africa [Tanganyika] Photograph Albums, ca. 1911-1921. 232 black/white photos in 3 albums. (Bernath Mss 215).
  • [Tanzania]. 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).
  • [Tanzania]. German East Africa Photograph Album, ca. 1910. (Bernath Mss 296).
  • [Tanzania]. German East Africa Postcard Collection. (Bernath Mss 103).
  • Tapestry ca. 1800s. 16 cm x 16 cm, rural scene, with man and woman. (SC 1065).
  • Tarbell, Ida M. Printed illustrations, mostly Lincoln portraits, from her Early Life of Abraham Lincoln (1896). (Wyles SC 722).
  • 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].
  • Taylor, Bayard (1825-1878). One holograph poem by American poet, literary critic, translator, and travel author Bayard Taylor, signed B.T., ca. 1870s. (SC 304).
  • Taylor, Bayard. One mounted engraved portrait of poet and travel writer Taylor, together with one letter (ALS) re an engagement to lecture. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, 28 Nov. 1857. (Wyles SC 23).
  • Taylor, Harvey. Correspondence between American writer Taylor (incl. works on Frank Norris and Sinclair Lewis) and American writer Reginald Hunter, together with drafts of introductions to books, and other, some relating to Taylor family history ca. 1942-1944. (SC 500).
  • Taylor [Janice Hartoch] Collection, ca. 1920s-1940s. One photograph album and associated prints, various locations and content, including WWII soldiers; four handwritten journals/notebooks in German. (Mss 226).
  • Taylor, John Robert [Private, New York Infantry, 42nd Regiment (Vol), Company C]. One journal, earliest entries dealing with Civil War service, 1861-1921. (Wyles SC 361).
  • Taylor, Riley [Private, U.S. Cavalry, 5th Regiment]. One Civil War era document (ADS): Discharge, at end of three year enlistment period, 1864-1867. (Wyles SC 418).
  • Teachnology (Santa Barbara, CA). Newsletter, 1990. (HPA SC 116).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • [Television]. Anderson (Dame Judith) Collection, ca. 1915-1980s. Scripts, photographs, scrapbooks, and correspondence of the Australian-born actress noted for her stage, radio, and television work, particularly her Shakespearean roles (including the role of Hamlet), and who retired to Santa Barbara. (PA Mss 6).
  • [Television]. Blacks in Film and Television Collection. Small collection of news articles about African Americans in popular films and television programs covering four decades. Coverage includes winners of Oscar, Emmy, and NAACP Image awards. (CEMA 100).
  • [Television]. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) Collection, 1950-1991 [bulk dates 1961-1987]. Includes discussions on issues such as the influence of television on society and the impact of technological change on agencies such as the Federal Communications Commission [FCC]. (Mss 18).
  • [Television]. Conway [Joel] Oral History, 1973. Interviews with the Santa Barbara photographer and collector of historical photographs, re development of his collection, early motion picture and television history and stars, including Flying A Studio in Santa Barbara and 1950s House on Un-American Activities. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 30).
  • [Television]. Herrmann [Bernard] Radio and Television Music. (PA Mss 46).
  • [Television]. Kincaid-Rolle (Sojourner) Papers. Materials of a Santa Barbara-based African-American poet and playwright, peacemaker, community activist, and television producer. (CEMA 55).
  • [Television]. Lemack [Brad] Collection. Publicity materials from shows produced by Embassy Television and Tandem/T.A.T. (PA Mss 58).
  • [Television]. Romaine (Lawrence B.) Trade Catalog Collection, ca. 1850-1968. More than 40,000 items that Romaine collected and which are arranged along the lines of his published guide. Primarily 19th and early 20th century American trade and advertising literature, including a section on television. (Mss 107).
  • [Television]. Sinclair [Robert B.] Teleplays Collection. Annotated teleplays for 1950s and 1960s television program directed by Sinclair. (PA Mss 12).
  • [Television]. 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).
  • [Television]. Wong (Elizabeth) Papers, 1980-2003. Materials of the award-winning Chinese American playwright, television screenwriter, and columnist specializing in Asian American issues. (CEMA 16).
  • [Temperance]. 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).
  • Temperance Collection. "The Family Temperance Pledge" and a program featuring Tennyson Smith, promoted as the renowned English Temperance Evangelist, 1905. (SC 306).
  • Temperance Literature, latter 1800s. Four printed tracts and broadsides, Boston, Maine, and New York, with titles such as “Effects of Temperance: Twelve Reasons for the Prohibition of the Traffic in Intoxicating Liquors.” Reason No. 1: They deprive men of their reason for the time being. (SC 714).
  • Tempest, E[wart] V[incent]. One letter (ALS) to W. Higgins, re Tempest’s World War I history of the Sixth Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment. Bradford, [England], Aug. 6, 1921. (SC 482).
  • Temple, James W. Papers, correspondence and poetry from a Civil War Union captain in Company D of the 101st Regiment of the United States Colored Infantry, 1857-1865. (Wyles SC 935).
  • Templeton (Rini) Collection, 1970-1999. Materials of the Chicana artist, sculptor, and political activist. (CEMA 69).
  • “The Ten-Block System of Numbering Country Houses.” Printed essay, from a paper read before the Fruit Growerws’ Convention at San Jose, in November, 1893. By A. L. Bancroft, of San Francisco and Contra Costa County, the originator of the System. (SC 1098).
  • [Tennessee]. Brownlow, William G. [Governor of Tennessee, 1865-1869]. One document (ADS): Appointment of Absalom Goforth as Justice of the Peace, 5 Apr. 1866. (Wyles SC 37).
  • [Tennessee]. Chattanooga and Lookout Mountain Scenery. One souvenir booklet with black and white illustrations. Chattanooga: T. H. Payne & Co, 1885. (Wyles SC 610).
  • [Tennessee]. Lookout Mountain, Tennessee. One disbound album, “Souvenir of Lookout Mountain,” with 12 mounted albumen photographs, [ca. 1890s]. (Wyles SC 623).
  • [Tennessee]. 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).
  • 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].
  • Tennyson, Alfred (Lord) (1809-1893). Autograph and engraved portrait, n.d. (SC 307).
  • Terence (190-159 BC) [full name Publius Terentius Afer]. Roman playwright, known for comedies. Holdings include editions of his Comedies in Latin (1565) [Spec PA6755.A2 1565], French (1691) [Spec PA6755.A2 1691], and English (1694) [Spec PA6756.A1 1694]; fine press edition of Andria by Bodoni Press (1971) with illustrations by Albrecht Dürer [Spec PA6756.A6 B47 1971 vault].
  • Terrell, W. H. H. [Military Secretary to the Governor of Indiana]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to J. M. Delph, Mayor of Louisville, re delayed payment of ammunition bill. Indianapolis, 27 June 1862. (Wyles SC 241).
  • Terry, I. A. One letter (ALS) to J. I. Frost re Mexican War. New Orleans, 26 July 1845. (Wyles SC 242).
  • [Texas]. Civil War Amnesty Oath. One Civil War era printed document, signed by J. H. Westcott, stating he will “faithfully defend the Constitution of the United States and the States there-under; and that I will in like manner abide by and support all laws and proclamations which have been made during the existing rebellion with reference to the Emancipation of Slavery…” Galveston, Texas, 28 June 1865. (Wyles SC 8).
  • [Texas]. Civil War Document. Roll of men on extra duty at post bakery in Houston, Texas and Salem, Dent County, Missouri. Aug. 1862. (Wyles SC 118).
  • [Texas]. Coke, Richard (Texas Governor, 1874-1876). One letter (ALS) to Charles B. Pearse, re financial claims against the state. Executive Office, State of Texas, Austin, Texas, 16 Oct. 1874. (Wyles SC 471).
  • [Texas]. [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).
  • [Texas]. 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).
  • [Texas]. 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. (Mss 136).
  • [Texas]. Panama Canal / Southwest U.S. / Europe Photograph Album, 1926. 250+ b/w snapshots, apparently of a family’s 1926 travels, including oil wells (Brady, Texas). (Bernath Mss 71).
  • [Texas]. Primitive Baptist Association Annual Session Minutes, ca. 1940s-1960s. Printed annual session minutes for Primitive Baptist associations, arranged alphabetically by name of the association, located in several states including Texas. (ARC Mss 53).
  • [Texas]. Republic of Texas, Austin County. One document (ADS): Jury summons for slave trial, with list of 36 names. 13 Apr. 1843. (Wyles SC 130).
  • [Texas]. Roberts, Oran Milo [Governor of Texas, 1879-1883]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to C. H. Randolph re financial matters. Tyler, Texas, 24 May 1861. (Wyles SC 470).
  • [Texas]. Slave Documents Collection, ca. 1711-1878. Bills of sale, manumissions, notes and receipts for slave hire, accounts for medical service, a property tax return, an estate list, correspondence, and essays. Includes documents from Texas and elsewhere. (Wyles Mss 75).
  • [Texas]. Word of Grace Collection, ca. 1970. 59 pamphlets by Duane Edward Spencer, based on radio messages from the Word of Grace program (San Antonio, Texas), intended to aid in the study of key words of Scripture. (ARC Mss 47).
  • Texas Family Photograph Album, ca. 1920s. 150 + b/w snapshots, including Klan photos. (Wyles Mss 118).
  • [Texas Revolution]. One letter (AL), author unknown, to Dr. William M. Gwinn re events surrounding Texas independence. Washington, [D.C.], 29 Nov. 1845. (Wyles SC 243).
  • 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].
  • [Thailand]. 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).
  • [Thailand]. 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).
  • [Thailand]. 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).
  • [Thailand]. 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).
  • [Thailand]. Palm Leaf Book, ca. 1900-1925. Siam/Thailand palm leaf book fragment, lacking possible wood or bamboo covers. Possibly Buddhist scripture or commentary. (Printers Mss 41).
  • [Thailand]. Stewart (George) Thailand / Philippines Photographs, ca. 1960s. 16 black/white snapshots, most apparently of Thailand, including Bangkok, and the Philippines, with street scenes, shops, temples, houses and boats, and local residents. George Stewart (1922-?) was a cartoon artist and art director of Pacific Stars and Stripes during the Vietnam War period. His book, What’s so Funny about Vietnam? was published in 1968. (SC 891).
  • Thailand Civil Engineering Report, 1950s. Includes numerous b/w photographs. (Bernath Mss 164).
  • Thailand Photograph Collection, ca. latter 1960s. 104 black and white, and 1 color print, almost all lacking captions, likely Bangkok and environs. Many images of Pro-Group Kids organization (adults and children), large formal party (possibly wedding), individual and group photos, parades, military (incl. women), publicity shots for Alaska full cream sweetened condensed milk. (SC 1087).
  • [Thanksgiving]. Allen, Mary Jane. One letter (ALS) from Allen to Newell [?] re invitation to spend Thanksgiving together. Abington, [MA?], Nov. [17?], 1850. (SC 923).
  • Thanksgiving Proclamations. Printed proclamations from various states, 1891. (Wyles SC 832).
  • Thaxter, Celia (1835-1894). One short, signed holograph poem by American poet and story writer Celia Thaxter, 1883. (SC 308).
  • [Theatre]. Alexander (John) Collection. Collection of Dame Judith Anderson memorabilia, including her unpublished autobiography dictated to Robert Wallsten, letters, photographs, clippings and scripts. (PA 2001-006).
  • [Theatre]. Anderson (Dame Judith) Collection, ca. 1915-1980s. Scripts, photographs, scrapbooks, and correspondence of the Australian-born actress noted for her stage, radio, and television work, particularly her Shakespearean roles (including the role of Hamlet), and who retired to Santa Barbara. (PA Mss 6).
  • [Theatre]. 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).
  • [Theatre]. 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].
  • [Theatre]. Boston Theatre Programs, 1864-1878. 61 printed programs, with numerous advertisements, for the Boston Museum, Boston Theatre, Gaiety, and Globe Theatre. Includes such productions as Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1876) and Edwin Booth in Hamlet (1877). (SC 624).
  • [Theatre]. Booth, Edwin. Calling card and autograph, January 18, 1865, of Edwin Booth, famous nineteenth century American actor and brother of John Wilkes Booth. (Wyles SC 29).
  • [Theatre]. Brown [Betsy] Puppetry Collection. Programs, newsletters, clippings and other material related to puppetry, including the puppet theater in Europe and Asia. (PA Mss 38).
  • [Theatre]. Chin (Frank) Papers, 1940-2001. Chinese American playwright, author. (Wyles Mss 103).
  • [Theatre]. 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].
  • [Theatre]. 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].
  • [Theatre]. 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].
  • [Theatre]. 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].
  • [Theatre]. Dickinson, Anna Elizabeth. One letter (ALS) from the abolitionist, lecturer, actress, playwright, and feminist Dickinson, re an invitation to speak – says her fee is $150 and her schedule is very busy, but she is willing to consider the offer. Philadelphia, 12 Sept. 1866. (Wyles SC 78).
  • [Theatre]. Dramatic Arts Collection. Programs, playbills and clippings from the stage and the early days of film. (PA Mss 7).
  • [Theatre]. 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].
  • [Theatre]. Eichberg [Julius] Civil War Era Playbill Collection, 1862-1865, 1869, 1903. Playbills for productions at the Boston Museum, featuring music director Julius Eichberg, a prominent Jewish violinist, composer, orchestra leader, founder of the Boston Conservatory of Music, and General Supervisor for the Boston School System. Includes “The Enchantress,” Mar. 19, 1862; “Camilla’s Husband,” Nov. 9, 1863; “The Wife!” Oct. 13, 1863; “Vanity Fair!” Sept. 5-7, 1864; “The Inconstant, or, Wine Works Wonders!” Jan. 6, 1865; also 1869 and 1903 programs and biographical information about Eichberg. (Wyles SC 1047).
  • [Theatre]. Ensemble Theatre Company of Santa Barbara Records, 1979-2002. Production files, administrative files, and videotapes of the Ensemble Theatre Company, founded in 1979. (PA Mss 47).
  • [Theatre]. Fikkert [Rita] Collection. Books and periodicals on costume and costume design. (PA Mss 8).
  • [Theatre]. [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).
  • [Theatre]. Goldshlak (Leon A.) Gilbert & Sullivan Collection. Extensive collection of books, recordings and memorabilia related to Gilbert & Sullivan. (PA Mss 51).
  • [Theatre]. “Hair” Poster, 1969. Color poster of the rock musical “Hair,” with cast photo and lyrics, printed by Theater Publications Division of Pisani Printing Company, for Berkeley Co-op, in Cooperation with ACT, San Francisco California. (SC 1030).
  • [Theatre]. Harmer [Douglas] Papers. Papers of Santa Barbara theater director, author and playwright affiliated with the Alhecama Theater. (PA Mss 36).
  • [Theatre]. Ibsen, Henrik (1828-1906). Norwegian poet and playwright. Holdings include De Unges Forbund (1869) [Spec PT8880.A1 1869]; Digte (1871) [PT8883.A1 1871]; Kejser og Galilæer (1873) [Spec PT8870.A1 1873]; Et Dukkehjem (1879) [Spec PT8861.A1 1879]; Gengangere (1881) [Spec PT8865.A1 1881]; Fruen fra Havet (1888) [Spec PT8864.A1 1888]; Hedda Gabler (1890) [Spec PT8868.A1 1890]; Bygmester Solness (1892) [Spec PT8859.A1 1892], in English as The Master Builder (1893) [Spec PT8859.A455 1893]; Lillie Eyolf (1894) [Spec PT8873.A1 1894]; and Når Vi Døde Vågner (1899) [Spec PT8874.A1 1899].  Fine press edition of Peer Gynt (1929) by Doubleday, Doran & Co. [Spec PT8876.A38].
  • [Theatre]. Kincaid-Rolle (Sojourner) Papers. Materials of a Santa Barbara-based African-American poet and playwright, peacemaker, community activist, and television producer. (CEMA 55).
  • [Theatre]. 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).
  • [Theatre]. Lobero Theatre Archives, 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).
  • [Theatre]. 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].
  • [Theatre]. McDonell Playbill Collection. Theater programs. (PA Mss 9).
  • [Theatre]. 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].
  • [Theatre]. 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].
  • [Theatre]. Philippine Plays, 1931. Mimeograph copies of two plays about the Philippines by Alvah Dale Riley, who spent a number of years there. Titles are: “Amok: A Philippine Tragedy – in Seven Scenes,” and “The Barong: A Play of the Southern Philippines: In Three Acts.” (Wyles Mss 1029).
  • [Theatre]. Potter [Robert] Papers. Typescript copies of plays written by UCSB drama professor Potter. (PA Mss 10).
  • [Theatre]. Pruessman [Gladys] Japan Photograph Album, 1929. Album of a General Electric executive’s family in Japan, with about 300 b/w photos and ephemera such as newspaper clippings, telegrams, cards, ships’ menus, passenger lists, postcards, pamphlets, invitations, theater tickets and programs, and hotel menus. In addition to snapshots of the family, the album includes numerous images (snapshots and commercial) of Yokohama, Tokyo, Miyanoshita, Nara, Nikko, street and countyside scenes, and Kabuki theatre. (Bernath Mss 45).
  • [Theatre]. 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].
  • [Theatre]. Rae [Dorothy] Collection. Photos of the vaudeville performer. (PA Mss 49).
  • [Theatre]. 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].
  • [Theatre]. Santa Barbara Civic Light Opera Records. (PA Mss 56).
  • [Theatre]. “Sarah Bernhardt in ‘Phedre’, Hearst’s Greek Theatre, May 17, 1906.” One black and white panoramic photograph. (SC 1029).
  • [Theatre]. Stanford Playbill Collection. (PA Mss 13).
  • [Theatre]. 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).
  • [Theatre]. 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).
  • [Theatre]. 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 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).
  • [Theatre]. UCSB, Department of Dramatic Art Collection, ca. 1953-1983. The collection contains primarily flyers and posters from UCSB drama and dance performances and courses. (UArch 116).
  • [Theatre]. 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).
  • [Theatre]. Valdez [Luís] Papers. Materials of the Chicano playwright, filmmaker, and founder of El Teatro Campesino. (CEMA 71).
  • [Theatre]. Wallsten [Robert] Papers. Papers of the New York actor and writer, including correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks and literary manuscripts. Wallsten co-wrote the autobiography of Dame Judith Anderson. (PA Mss 43).
  • [Theatre]. Wong (Elizabeth) Papers, 1980-2003. Materials of the award-winning Chinese American playwright, television screenwriter, and columnist specializing in Asian American issues. (CEMA 16).
  • [Theatre]. 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).
  • Thomas à Becket (1118-1170). English statesman, later Archbishop of Canterbury, and finally a saint. Holdings include early editions of plays based on his violent death: Becket (1884) by Alfred Tennyson [Spec PR5555.B4 1884] and Murder in the Cathedral (1935) by T.S. Eliot [Spec PS3509.L43 M8 1935 vault]. See also The Becket Leaves (1988) by Janet Backhouse and Christopher de Hamel [Spec DA209.T4 B225 1988].
  • Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274). Italian monk, scholar, mystic, and finally a saint. Holdings include an early edition Cathena Aurea S. Tho. (1542) [Spec BS2335.T47 1542]; fine press editions of Saint Thomas Aquinas by the Limited Editions Club (1969) [Spec B765.T52 E53 1969] and the Heritage Press (1971) [Printers Z239.H46 T55].
  • Thomas, George H. One letter (ALS) from former Civil War Major General Thomas, responding favorably to request for autograph to benefit the Suffering Widows and Orphans of Deceased Soldiers. Louisville, Kentucky, 26 Oct. 1867. (Wyles SC 400).
  • Thomas, Henry Goddard [Captain, U.S. Infantry, 11th Regiment (Vol)] (1837-1897). Collection of 33 Civil War letters and documents, mainly reports re recruiting efforts, 1861-1862. (Wyles SC 437).
  • Thomas, Henry Theodore. One document, a one-sheet passport for Thomas, signed by United States Secretary of State, Hamilton Fish, 1876. (SC 796).
  • Thomas, Hobart F. Correspondence, papers, articles, and academic programs, ca. 1960s-1980s. (HPA SC 117).
  • Thomas [John Wesley] / China Relief Expedition Photograph Collection, 1900-1901. Mainly images of Peking and the Boxer Rebellion, apparently from a soldier with the U. S. Army, 9th Infantry. (Wyles Mss 60).
  • 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).
  • Thomas, Lorenzo [United States. War Dept.]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Captain T. E. Ellsworth re promotion. Signed by Lorenzo Thomas [later appointed Secretary of War ad interim 21 Feb. 1868]. Washington, [D.C.], 23 June 1865. (Wyles SC 273).
  • Thomas [Lowell] Photograph Collection, ca. 1920s-1981. (Bernath Mss 151).
  • 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).
  • Thompson, A. B. One letter (ALS) to G. D. Atherton of Valpraiso, re testifying about some property. San Francisco, 15 Dec. 1853. (Wyles SC 233).
  • Thompson [Edmund B.] / Hawthorn House Collection, ca. 1920s-1984. Material relating to Thompson and his printing career, mainly at his Hawthorn House (Windham, Connecticut). Included are checklists, correspondence, photographs, and printing specimens. (Printers Mss 19).
  • Thompson, Meriwether Jeff [Brigadier General C.S.A.]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Brigadier General Gideon J. Pillow. Columbus, Kentucky, 7 Sept. 1861. (Wyles SC 246).
  • Thompson, William C. [Commander, steamer Sarah Sands]. One letter (ALS), in Spanish, to the pastor of Mission San Antonio, re running out of coal and other supplies, and sending representatives to Monterey and San Francisco to obtain them. San Simeon Bay [California], 20 May 1850. (Wyles SC 247).
  • Thompson [William D.] Papers. Civil War correspondence of Thompson, a major with the U.S. Infantry, District of Washington, Paymaster, mostly to his wife, 1864-1865. Also, one poem, 1828. (Wyles SC 435).
  • Thomson [C. R.] Japan and China Photograph Albums, 1917. (Wyles Mss 108).
  • Thomson (Leslie) / Russia Photograph Album, ca. 1902-1907. Includes images of Baku oilfields and earthquake of 1907. (Bernath Mss 371).
  • Thoreau, Henry David (1817-1862). American writer. Holdings include A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers (1849) [Spec PS3049.A1 1849 vault], Walden (1854) [Spec PS3048.A1 1854 vault], Excursions (1863) [Spec PS3045.A1 1863], The Maine Woods (1864) [Spec PS3046.A1 1864 vault], Cape Cod (1865) [Spec PS3051.C36 1865 vault], Letters to Various Persons (1865) [Spec PS3053.A3 1865], A Yankee in Canada (1866) [Spec PS3050.A1 1866], Early Spring in Massachusetts (1881) [Spec PS3042.B4 vault], Summer (1884) [Spec PS3042.B45 vault], Winter (1888) [Spec PS3042.B55 vault], Anti-Slavery and Reform Papers (1890) [Wyles E449.T492], Autumn (1892) [Spec PS3042.B5 vault], Poems of Nature (1895) [Spec PS3041.S3 vault], The Service (1902) [Spec PS3051.S4 1902], The First and Last Journeys of Thoreau (1905) [Spec PS3053.A5 S2], Sir Walter Raleigh (1905) [Spec PS3047.A1 1905], On the Duty of Civil Disobedience (1905) [Spec PS3051.C52 1905], the 20-volume set The Writings of Henry David Thoreau (1906) [Spec PS3040.F06], The Heart of Thoreau’s Journals (1927) [Spec PS3053.A25 1927], The Transmigration of the Seven Brahmans: A Translation from the Harivansa of Langlois (1930) [Printers Z239.R8 M332 1930], Thoreau: Philosopher of Freedom (1930) [Spec PS3042.M2], Men of Concord (1936) [Spec PS3053.A25 1936], In Wilderness is the Preservation of the World (1962) [Spec TR660.T5], and A Plea for Captain John Brown (1969) [Wyles E451.T46]. Fine press editions of Walden by the Bibliophile Society (1909) [Spec PS3048.A1 1909b], Lakeside Press (1930) [Spec PS3048.A1 1930], the Heritage Press (1939) [Spec PS3048.A1 1939], and Peter Pauper Press (1956) [Spec PS3048.A1 1956]; Walking by the Riverside Press (1914) [Printers Z239.R54 T48 vault] and Ninja Press (1988) [Printers Z239.N564 T47 1988]; Night and Moonlight (1921) by William Edwin Rudge [Printers Z239.R8 T42]; Where I Lived and What I Lived For (1924) by the Golden Cockerel Press [Printers Z239.2.G58 T467 1924]; The Moon (1927) by the Shakespeare Head Press [Printers Z239.2.S48 T46 1927]; Winter Animals (1928) [Printers Z239.G4 T5]; Walden: The Ponds (1949) by Comet Press [Printers Z239.C563 T46 1949]; Thoreau on Man and Nature (1960) by the Peter Pauper Press [Printers Z239.P4 T46 1960]; Two Fragments from the Journals (1968) by Windhover Press [Printers Z239.W53 T4]; Cape Cod (1968) by the Heritage Press [Printers Z239.H46 T46]; Huckleberries (1970) by Windhover Press [Printers Z239.W53 T38]; A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers (1975) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PS3049.A1 1975]; Clear Sky, Pure Light (1978) by Penmaen Press [Spec PS3042.C55 1978]; and A Winter Walk (1991) by Theodore Press [Printers Z239.T4284 T46 1991]. Additionally, a few of Thoreau’s handwritten manuscript pages are available [SC 311 and 312].
  • [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).
  • [Thoreau, Henry D.]. 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).
  • [Thoreau, Henry D.]. Willson [Lawrence] Oral History. Interviews with the UCSB professor of English and Henry D. Thoreau scholar. (OH 1).
  • Thoreau [Henry D.] / Lawrence Willson 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, and an unused pencil attributed by Willson to Thoreau. (Mss 187).
  • Thoreau Resources. Printed and manuscript sources pertaining to Henry D. Thoreau. Manuscripts are listed separately.
  • Thorpe [Maner L.] Collection, ca. 1898-1899. Record book for the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Los Angeles Chapter, ca 1898, with correspondence and other material laid in; record book for the United Confederate Veterans, Pacific Division (Spencer R. Thorpe, Commander), 1899. (Wyles Mss 17).
  • Thorsch [Jennifer A.] Oral History. Interviews with UCSB Biology professor re Katherine Esau. History of Science Project. (OH 3).
  • “A Thrilling Incident during Voting, — 18th Ward, Philadelphia, Oct. 11.” Lithograph, ca. 1863. (Wyles SC 714).
  • Thucydides (c.460-400 BC). Greek historian. Holdings include editions of his History of the Peloponnesian War translated into English by Thomas Hobbes (1812) [Spec DF229.T5 H6 1812] and by William Smith (1831) [Spec DF229.T5 S6 1831]; fine press edition by the Limited Editions Club (1974) [Spec DF229.T5 C7 1974].
  • Thurber, James (1894-1961). One letter (TLS), signed by American author, cartoonist, and wit James Thurber and Elliott Nugent, to William Ashworth, Santa Barbara State College, English Department, granting permission to read selections from the play, The Male Animal, in his classroom. New York, 6 April 1940. Found in The Male Animal (NY, 1940). (SC 302).
  • Thurber, James. One letter (TLS) to Mrs. F. Maurice French of Napa, CA, in response to earlier letter from her (carbon), thanking her for the gift of Maxl, apparently a piece of driftwood more-or-less in the shape of a dog; both letters written very much tongue-in-cheek, 1953. (SC 838).
  • Thuróczy, János (c.1435-1489). Hungarian historian. Holdings include two full-color facsimile editions of the first book printed in Hungary, Chronica Hungarorum, from 1488 [Printers Z241.T487 1488a]. One edition has a supplementary volume, A Magyarok Krónikája (1986) [Printers Z241.T487 1986].
  • Tibbal [Albert H.] Civil War Letters, ca. 1863-1865. Approx. 42 letters. (Wyles SC 980).
  • [Tibet]. 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).
  • [Tibet]. Bernard, Theos. One typescript, A Simplified Grammar of the Literary Tibetan Language. Santa Barbara: Tibetan Text Society, 1946. (SC 25).
  • [Tibet]. Elkus / Manheim Postcard – Photograph Collection, ca. 1910-1937. Eight postcards, with messages, and four snapshots, from Japan, Philippines, India, Tibet, China, and Burma. (SC 889).
  • [Tibet]. French Motor Expedition to China, Tibet, and Mongolia Photograph Album, ca. 1914-1916. (Bernath Mss 81).
  • [Tibet]. Kita Shina Fūbutsu Shashin Gashū: Photo Album of Things Seen in Northern China, Tibet and Manchuria, ca. 1925-1926. (Bernath Mss 78).
  • [Tibet]. Leitner [Anthony U.] Memorial Collection. Papers and printed works, mainly about Tibetan Buddhism. (ARC Mss 15).
  • [Tibet]. Thomas [Lowell] Photograph Collection, ca. 1920s-1981. (Bernath Mss 151).
  • Tibetan Manuscript Leaves, ca. early 1800s. 29 leaves in wooden boards, Sanscrit texts transposed into Tibetan script, written by various hands in Uchen script. The larger pages are scriptural texts, probably written by lamas; the smaller are copies made by lay people, to be carried in personal bags and packs. These most likely are from the Indian side of the Himalayas. (Mss 210).
  • Tientsin and Nanking, China Photograph Album, 1935-1937. (Bernath Mss 245).
  • Tindale [Thomas K.] Japanese Papermaking Photographs, ca. 1948-1951. (Printers Mss 45).
  • Tintype Collection. (Mss 251).
  • Tintype Graphic Arts. Poster, with “All the typefaces in the known world.” San Luis Obispo, CA, n.d. (SC 988).
  • [Tobacco]. Confederate States of America Documents. Eleven Civil War items, mostly tax forms, assessments, and receipts, from Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Virginia, 1862-1864. Included are ‘Tax in Kind’ forms for tobacco and agricultural products. (Wyles SC 22).
  • [Tobacco]. 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).
  • [Tobacco]. Powell [E. C. Daybook], 1856-1905. Bound volume, with inscription “E. C. Powell Daybook” on the cover, mainly containing lists of general store accounts, from Tennessee and Georgia, some from the latter 1860s Reconstruction period. Includes prices for supplies such as tobacco, coffee, molasses, calico, and linen. One section also includes a teacher’s diary from Georgia, ca. 1867. Little Civil War era content. (Wyles Mss 29).
  • [Tobacco]. Touton (Rush D.) Tobacco Collection, ca. 1924-1981 [bulk dates 1930-1960]. Includes material on tobacco industry in Puerto Rico and Sumatra; many photographs, mainly b/w and in U.S. (Bernath Mss 112).
  • [Tobacco]. Trade Card Scrapbook (Washington County, New York), ca. 1880-1905. Approximately 175 items advertising various products such as Lydia Pinkham’s vegetable compound, New Home sewing machines, Liggett Myers tobacco, Tippecanoe bitters, and Dixon’s Stove Polish, with the title “Brother Gardner addresses the Lime Kiln Club” (caricatures in black face). (Mss 206).
  • [Tobago]. 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).
  • Todd, Mary. Obituary of Mary Todd Lincoln’s great great aunt, 1839. (Wyles SC 248).
  • Todd [Verne] Collection. Extensive collection of popular, classical, jazz and other sound recordings and related ephemera. (PA Mss 1).
  • [Togo]. 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).
  • 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.
  • Tompkins [Walker A.] Collection, ca. 1849-1980s. Mainly Tompkins’ writings (local/regional history and historical fiction) and related research files, but also some historical manuscripts donated by others. Much of the subject matter relates to the Santa Barbara and Goleta areas. Includes large number of historical photographs and audiotapes of his radio program as well. (SBHC Mss 19).
  • Toole-Stott Circus Collection. Several hundred monographs on the circus and related research material for Toole-Stott’s Circus and Allied Arts: A World Bibliography. (PA Mss 14).
  • 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).
  • Topanga Center of Human Development (Topanga, CA). Flyers. ca. 1973-1979. (HPA SC 118).
  • Torero (Mario) Collection. Materials of the San Diego artist, political activist, and teacher, also known as co-founder of several local cultural organizations, including the Centro Cultural de la Raza, the Chicano Park Murals Outdoor Museum, and the San Diego/Tijuana artists’ group United By Art (UBA). (CEMA 44).
  • Torres (Salvador Roberto) Papers, 1934-2002 [bulk dates 1962-2002]. Personal and biographical information, files relating to professional activities and teaching, and correspondence of the Mexican-American artist, mural painter, and activist, best known for his work in creating San Diego’s Chicano Park, which includes the largest collection of Chicano murals in the world, and as a founder of the Centro Cultural de la Raza and Las Toltecas en Aztlán, a Chicano artists group. (CEMA 38).
  • 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).
  • Touton (Rush D.) Tobacco Collection, ca. 1924-1981 [bulk dates 1930-1960]. Includes material on tobacco industry in Puerto Rico and Sumatra; many photographs, mainly b/w and in U.S. (Bernath Mss 112).
  • 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).
  • Toynbee, Arnold J. One partial note (ANS), “With best wishes,” signed by Toynbee, n.d. Found in Kimball Young’s copy of Toynbee’s A Study of History (New York, 1947). (SC 484).
  • 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).
  • Trade Card Scrapbook (Washington County, New York), ca. 1880-1905. Approximately 175 items advertising various products such as Lydia Pinkham’s vegetable compound, New Home sewing machines, Liggett Myers tobacco, Tippecanoe bitters, and Dixon’s Stove Polish, with the title “Brother Gardner addresses the Lime Kiln Club” (caricatures in black face). (Mss 206).
  • [Trade Cards]. Chinese American Advertising Cards. Three cards, one for the play "My Partner," one for linen goods, and one for laundry service (with stereotypical character), all ca. late nineteenth century, apparently New York and Boston. (SC 758).
  • [Trade Cards]. 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).
  • Trade Catalogs. Extensive holdings, primarily 19th and early 20th century American trade and advertising literature, with large sections relating to a subjects such as agriculture, architecture, booksellers, building materials, department stores, electrical equipment, hardware, printers’ supplies, scientific and industrial instruments, and seed catalogs, contained in several collections, the largest being the Lawrence B. Romaine Trade Catalog Collection, with more than 50,000 items. Other trade catalogs in the Larry Badash, Die Cut Advertising Literature, and James C. Williams collections, each listed separately. Also, the American Religions Collection includes mid-latter 20th century catalogs of publications and religious goods for and by various religious groups, and the Sound Recording Catalog Collection contains lists and other publications from the early 20th century by numerous recording companies, mainly U.S.
  • Trade Catalog Additions, ca. 1850s-1970s. Single and small groups of catalogs acquired from multiple sources, augmenting the Romaine Trade Catalog Collection. (Mss 200).
  • [Trade Catalogs]. Badash (Lawrence) Papers, ca. 1921-1987. Primarily auction, company, dealer, and exhibit catalogs relating to scientific instruments, publications, and the history of science, from a UCSB history faculty member. (UArch FacP 33).
  • [Trade Catalogs]. 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).
  • [Trade Catalogs]. 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).
  • [Trade Catalogs]. 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).
  • [Trade Catalogs]. Romaine (Lawrence B.) Trade Catalog Collection, ca. 1850-1968. More than 40,000 items that Romaine collected and which are arranged along the lines of his published guide. Primarily 19th and early 20th century American trade and advertising literature, with large sections relating to subjects such as agriculture, architecture, booksellers, building materials, department stores, electrical equipment, hardware, printers’ supplies, scientific and industrial instruments, and seed catalogs. Also, related records for Romaine’s bookselling business, Weathercock House. (Mss 107).
  • [Trade Catalogs]. 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).
  • Trade Warrant. Depression era $1 trade warrant, issued by the Trade Warrant Committee, Monterey-Pacific Grove Chambers of Commerce, to be used in lieu of cash before September 30, 1933. (SC 975).
  • 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).
  • Transpersonal Psychology Collection, ca. 1977-1981. Ephemera, newsletters, and publications. (HPA Mss 39).
  • Transportation. Numerous historical maps, mainly U.S., showing transportation networks (canals, railroad lines, rivers, roads) in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Historical photograph collections from around the world, showing various modes of transport. See also: Automobiles and Automotive Industry, Maritime, and Railroads.
  • [Transportation]. Aden – British Camel Battery Photograph Album, ca. 1902-1904. (Bernath Mss 143).
  • [Transportation]. Aden [Yemen] Photograph Album, ca. 1937-1938. Album of a British airman, 90+ b/w snapshots, including military planes and ships, Aden police and military on camels, dhows and other local boats. (Bernath Mss 50).
  • [Transportation]. 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).
  • [Transportation]. Algeria Photograph Collection, 1933. 55 b/w snapshots, with captions, of a 1933 tour in Algeria, containing images of Sidi Akba, Timgad (Roman settlement ruins), Biskra, and Bou Saada. Includes street and desert scenes, markets, local inhabitants, residences, camel and horse riders, horse races, and dancers, as well as several of the tour members. (SC 841).
  • [Transportation]. Compagnie Transatlantique North Africa Tour Photograph Album, ca. 1920s. 99 b/w images, captions in English, of local inhabitants, desert, oases, wells, irrigation, early all-terrain vehicles, camels, caravans, tents, street scenes, markets, mosques, city gates, and ruins of southern Tunisia and Algeria, beginning with Tozeur, then el Oeud, Ferjane, Touggourt, Ouargla, Ghardaïa, Laghouat, Figuig, Tlemcen, and Mausoura. (Bernath Mss 292).
  • [Transportation]. 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).
  • [Transportation]. 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).
  • [Transportation]. Grenfell [Wilfred] Labrador, Newfoundland Photograph Collection, ca. 1908-1909. Includes numerous photos of Eskimo population, sled dogs, deer as pack animals. (Wyles Mss 140).
  • [Transportation]. 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).
  • [Transportation]. 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).
  • [Transportation]. Romaine (Lawrence B.) Trade Catalog Collection, ca. 1850-1968. Six boxes on automobiles (incl. company histories, manufacturing, operating manuals, repair and maintenance handbooks, advertising and sales literature, automobile parts, company souvenir booklets, electric cars, tractors and trucks, automobile tires, motor oils, recreational vehicles and campers, service stations, automobile parts and accessories); three boxes on aviation (incl. instruction manuals, tools and parts catalogs, pamphlets on aviation history, helicopters, engines and equipment for aircraft and aircraft repair, construction and assembly manuals, and instruction manuals); three boxes on bicycles (incl. bicycle clubs and races, bicycles and equipment, supplies and accessories); two boxes on carriages, wagons, and accessories; one box on motorcycles, and two boxes on road surfaces. (Mss 107).
  • 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).
  • Tree of Liberty. Canvas-backed wall hanging, with branches showing images and statistical information for each of the individual states, ca. 1846. (Wyles SC 942).
  • Tremaine (Katherine W.) Collection, ca. 1937-1997. Mainly records of the Santa Barbara-based Sunflower Foundation, which Tremaine established, and through which she made contributions to hundreds of local, state, and national organizations. Also, some personal and family papers. (SBHC Mss 43).
  • Trianon Press Collection. Sample sheets. Also, a number of printed items, mostly Blake, which have been cataloged separately. (Printers Mss 37).
  • [Trinidad]. 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).
  • [Trinidad]. Siddell [Robert] Collection, ca. 1903-1922. More than 200 picture postcards from a 1909 trip to South America (Guyana – then British, Dutch, and French Guiana) and the West Indies (Antigua, Barbados, Bermuda, Dominica, Martinique, Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Vincent, Trinidad, Virgin Islands – then the Danish West Indies), as well as Canada, the U.S. and Turkey (Constantinople). (Mss 110).
  • [Trinidad]. South America Photograph Album, ca. late 1930s. (Bernath Mss 295).
  • [Trinidad]. West Indies Photograph Album, 1937. 33 b/w photos of street scenes and countryside in Martinique, Barbados, St. Georges (Grenada), Caracas (Venezuela), Curacao, Cartagena (Colombia), Panama, Trinidad, and St. Thomas (Virgin Islands). (SC 837).
  • Trobriand [Philippe Régis Denis de Keredern de] Collection, ca. 1867. Two small manuscripts, in French, of misprints and corrections to Trobriand’s Civil War experiences, Quatre ans de campagnes a l’Armée du Potomac (1867), later translated as Four Years with the Army of the Potomac. (Wyles SC 251).
  • 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].
  • Trowbridge, John Townsend (1827-1916). One holograph poem, "At Sea." Arlington, Mass., 31 Jan. 1880. (SC 314).
  • Trowbridge, John Townsend. One holograph poem, untitled. Arlington, Mass., Nov. 1879. (SC 315).
  • 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).
  • Truman, Harry S. One b&w photo of Truman greeting the New Zealand prime minister at San Francisco, 1945; one letter (TLS) to G. William Gahagan, thanking him for booklets and noting Gahagan’s mother is sister of Jay Wilson, 1953; and one letter (TLS) to James Woodrow, stating there should be a permanent memorial for Woodrow Wilson, akin to those for Jefferson and Lincoln, 1961. (SC 309).
  • Truman-Barkley Inauguration Photograph, Jan. 20, 1949. One black and white panorama of the Truman-Barkley inauguration, taken by Tenschert, Washington, D.C. (SC 1025).
  • Tsunami Press Archive, ca. 1982-1986. Press files for David Dahl’s Tsunami Press, located in Santa Barbara, California. It includes notes, typescripts, production schedules, trial sheets, mockups, proofs, artwork, woodcuts, broadsides, announcements, invitations, and prospectuses. The works are compilations of Dahl’s poetry. (Printers Mss 20).
  • Tugwell, Rexford (1891-1979). Autobiographical UCSB Friends of the Library speech by Rexford Tugwell, member of the FDR Brain Trust and, later, active in the Santa Barbara-based Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI), [ca. 1960s-1970s]. (SC 310).
  • [Tunisia]. 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).
  • [Tunisia]. Compagnie Transatlantique North Africa Tour Photograph Album, ca. 1920s. 99 b/w images, captions in English, of local inhabitants, desert, oases, wells, irrigation, early all-terrain vehicles, camels, caravans, tents, street scenes, markets, mosques, city gates, and ruins of southern Tunisia and Algeria, beginning with Tozeur, then el Oeud, Ferjane, Touggourt, Ouargla, Ghardaïa, Laghouat, Figuig, Tlemcen, and Mausoura. (Bernath Mss 292).
  • [Tunisia]. 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).
  • [Tunisia]. Islamic Manuscripts Collection, ca. 1122-latter 1800s. Single and double leaves from previously disbound Islamic texts, written in many parts of the Islamic world, including what is present-day Tunisia. There are four chronologically arranged series: History, Koran, Poetry, and Prayers. (Mss 207).
  • [Tunisia]. 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).
  • [Tunisia] 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).
  • [Tunisia] 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).
  • Tunisia Photograph Album, ca. 1930. 85 black/white snapshots of Tunisia, most with brief captions in French. Apparently taken by a group of French on tour, who appear in some of the photos. Includes images of oases, desert, camels, city scenes and activities of inhabitants, markets, and mosques Locations include Toseur, Sfax, Nefta, Bordj, and Kairouan. (Bernath Mss 51).
  • [Turkey]. American Military Mission War School – Turkey Photograph Album, 1947. Souvenir album, with more than 150 black/white photos, presented to one of the officers visiting the American Military Mission Turkish War School, Dec. 30, 1947. Mainly images of officers and Turkish trainees in classroom and other campus settings. Additional photos of similar military visits to other [Turkish?] locations, and loose collection of photo postcards of officers in various settings, including jeep-top picnic. (Bernath Mss 145).
  • [Turkey]. 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).
  • [Turkey]. French Soldier’s Turkey-Syria Photograph Album, ca. 1919-1921. Photograph album of a French soldier with the Armée d’Orient, containing 100+ small black/white snapshots. Includes views of Istanbul and its environs, festival, market and street scenes, views of the Armenian and Turkish quarter in Aintab (N. Syria), Aleppo, Deir er Zor, French military at various sites, military and other ships, harbor, mosques and minarets, rural areas, horses and camels being used for transport, rubble and damaged buildings. (Bernath Mss 90).
  • [Turkey]. Islamic Manuscripts Collection, ca. 1122-latter 1800s. Single and double leaves from previously disbound Islamic texts, written in many parts of the Islamic world, including what is present-day Turkey. There are four chronologically arranged series: History, Koran, Poetry, and Prayers. (Mss 207).
  • [Turkey]. 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).
  • [Turkey]. 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. Most of the photos are landscapes from the Agri Dagi mountains south of Kars or the routes north of Kars to Oltu, Artvin, Ardahan, and Batum. Several 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. This album appears to have belonged to a Russian Tsarist officer who served in the area. (Bernath Mss 53).
  • [Turkey]. Siddell [Robert] Collection, ca. 1903-1922. More than 200 picture postcards from a 1909 trip to South America (Guyana – then British, Dutch, and French Guiana) and the West Indies (Antigua, Barbados, Bermuda, Dominica, Martinique, Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Vincent, Trinidad, Virgin Islands – then the Danish West Indies), as well as Canada, the U.S. and Turkey (Constantinople). Also, letters, photographs, and ephemera, some relating to the American College for Girls in Constantinople during and just after World War I. (Mss 110).
  • Turley Family. Photostat of typescript and letter (TLS) to Jay Monaghan, 1961, re Turley family history. The Turley family ended up in El Monte, California. (Wyles SC 252).
  • Turner, Emory S. [Lieutenant, New York Infantry, 120th Regiment, Company D]. Copy of Civil War manuscript re spending last year of war in Washington, [D.C.]. (Wyles SC 371).
  • [Turner, Frederick Jackson]. Hockett (Homer C.) Collection, ca. 1902-1903. Includes course notes for Frederick Jackson Turner’s "History of the West" course, when Hockett was an assistant to Turner. (Wyles Mss 73).
  • Turner, Frederick Jackson. One letter (ALS) to Professor Homer Hockett re proposed inscription in Hockett’s Western Influences in Political Parties to 1825. Washington, [D.C.], 18 Feb. 1917. (Wyles SC 234).
  • Turner [William A.] Papers, 1934-1936. 15 items, mainly correspondence re Custer, Sitting Bull, etc. (Wyles SC 982).
  • 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].
  • [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).
  • [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).
  • “Twelfth Annual Inaugural Address of Hon. James J. Donagan, Mayor, Delivered before the People of Fosterville [NH], April 1, 1884.” Satirical pamphlet, spoofing various prevalent civic public addresses, including those advocating prohibition. (SC 870).
  • 12th Louisiana Vol., Co. H. One Confederate Civil War document: Transfer Order, 8 Dec. 1863. (Wyles SC 30).
  • Twilley, Benjamin F. One Civil War letter (ALS) to a friend, talking about his failing health and requesting postage stamps. Point Lookout, Maryland, 21 Sept. 1864. (Wyles SC 92).
  • Tyler [Rev. George P.] Civil War Letters, 1861. One letter [ALS] to Tyler, from W. H Parker, re his son John E. Parker, 6th Vermont Infantry, Co. A., and one letter from Tom Warren, re support for missions. (Wyles SC 963).
  • 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).
  • Tyson [Seth H.] Correspondence, 1853, 1855. Six letters (ALS) from Tyson, a young man from Philadelphia, mostly to his mother, re the California Gold Rush in Calaveras County. Also includes typescript transcriptions of the letters. Early letters talk about working in San Francisco and on farms, but later ones mainly concern his prospecting ups and downs, the hard work, problems with lack of water in the rivers, difficult financial dealings, and general uncertainty of life in the gold fields. (Wyles SC 253).


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  • [UC Berkeley]. Walker, Philip. One letter (ALS) from Phil Walker, Professor of French at UC Berkeley, to Harry [?], mentioning campus riots. Berkeley, CA, July 15, 1969. (SC 320).
  • UCLA Print Ephemera Collection, ca. 1950s-1980s. Printed announcements, invitations, keepsakes, and other printed items, ca. 1960s-1980s, created for events at the UCLA library and elsewhere. (Printers Mss 69).
  • UCSB, Academic Senate Records, ca. 1930-2010 [bulk dates 1960s-1980s]. Records contain subject files on Academic Senate committees, councils, subjects of interest, and programs, meeting minutes, reports and correspondence. Includes files on degree programs. (UArch 13).
  • [UCSB]. [Admissions]. UCSB, Office of Admissions and Relations with Schools Collection, 1952-1998. Collection contains older materials relating to the admissions process (department information sheets, UCSB promotional publications) as well as some statistical information on entering students. (UArch 68).
  • UCSB, Affiliates Collection, ca. 1961-1997. Records contain minutes, brochures, event flyers, correspondence, files on subject Affiliates groups, and other related materials. (UArch 50).
  • [UCSB]. [Affirmative Action Office]. UCSB, Office of Affirmative Action Records, 1973-1994. Contains mainly reports compiled by the Office of Affirmative Action on university personnel procedures and policies. There is also a small amount of correspondence, pamphlets, and flyers related to the office. The Office of Equal Opportunity now manages affirmative action policy. In 2009 the Office of Equal Opportunity merged with Title IX compliance and together are now known as the Office of Equal Opportunity and Sexual Harassment / Title IX Compliance. (UArch 35).
  • UCSB, AFSCME Collection, 1975-1997. Collection contains materials on AFSCME Local 673, and includes contract agreements with the UC, pamphlets, notices and bulletins, event flyers, and other related materials. (UArch 109).
  • [UCSB]. Alexander (Alec P.) Papers, 1959-1994. Mainly copies of letters and memos pertaining to the career of UCSB Economics professor and administrator Alec P. Alexander, who served as Chair of the Department of Economics (1965-1970), Dean of the College of Letters and Science (1971-1973), Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs (1973-1978), and Acting Chancellor (July-Dec. 1977). (UArch FacP 1).
  • [UCSB]. [Algebra Institute]. UCSB, Institute for Interdisciplinary Applications of Algebra and Combinatorics Collection, 1972-1976. Collection contains the proposal to form the institute, annual reports, and a flyer for summer internships at the institute. (UArch 56).
  • UCSB, Alumni Association Collection, ca. 1965-2008. Collection contains files on the Family Vacation Center, the Annual Fund, and various promotional publications for the Alumni Association. (UArch 69).
  • [UCSB]. [Architects and Engineers]. UCSB, Office of Architects and Engineers Collection, ca. 1950-1979. Contains plans, reports, and committee minutes relating to the design and construction of campus buildings and facilities. (UArch 63).
  • [UCSB]. [Art Department]. UCSB, Department of Art Collection, ca. 1950-2001. Contains reports and resource publications by the department, along with brochures and flyers related to shows and course offerings. (UArch 70).
  • 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 Arts and Lectures, as well as general files on press releases, calendars and programs, and other materials. (UArch 16).
  • UCSB, Associated Students Records, ca. 1978-2003 [bulk dates 1985-2003]. Records contain administrative files of the AS Program Board, Finance Board, Legislative Council, and Community Affairs Board, including meeting minutes and agendas, budgets, bills, acts, and resolutions. (UArch 19).
  • 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).
  • [UCSB]. Atkins (Stuart Pratt) Papers, 1949. Mainly invitations, programs, articles, reviews, and other items relating to the 1949 Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Bicentennial Celebration, which were collected by Goethe – Faust scholar Stuart Pratt Atkins (1914-2000), UCSB professor of Germanic, Slavic, and Semitic Studies from the mid-1960s to the mid-1980s. Included is a program for Lotte Lehmann’s recital of lieder based on Goethe texts, given at UC Berkeley, and a photograph of Albert Schweitzer and an autograph by Thornton Wilder in an Aspen program. A number of monographs, mainly German literature, accompany the papers. (UArch FacP 36).
  • [UCSB]. [Black Studies]. UCSB, Center for Black Studies Records, ca. 1975-2002. Includes Center for Black Studies reference publications for research assistance and a historical review of the center, as well as flyers for events sponsored by the center. (UArch 45).
  • [UCSB]. [Black Studies]. UCSB, Department of Black Studies Records, ca. 1968-2003. Contains general administrative subject files, files on the department’s role in the creation of the Center for Black Studies, and files on the department and center’s roles in shaping campus affirmative action policy. (UArch 14).
  • [UCSB]. Blake, A[nna] S. C. One note (ANS) from Anna S. C. Blake, founder of a Santa Barbara manual training school which developed into the present-day University of California, Santa Barbara, expressing gratitude to an unknown recipient for the devoted care she/he has given to the school, [ca. 1900]. (SC 377).
  • UCSB, Bookstore and Coffee Shop Collection, ca. 1947-2008. Collection contains inventory and budget reports, correspondence, flyers, catalogs, and other publications. (UArch 72).
  • [UCSB]. Bowers [Ellen] Oral History, 1975. Interviews with the UCSB Dean of Women, re her career 1934-1974, including a stint during WWII when the Dept. of the Interior requested her services as administrator of temporary housing in Washington, D.C., for wartime employees. (OH 20).
  • UCSB, Bren School of Environmental Science & Management Collection, ca. 1995-2003. Contains faculty position announcement and lecture flyers, proposal for a masters degree, and other documents. (UArch 24).
  • UCSB, Broadsides and Posters Collection, ca. 1950-2003 [bulk dates 1960s-1980]. This collection contains posters, broadsides, and oversize flyers from departments, offices, institutes, and programs on campus. (UArch 32).
  • [UCSB]. Brown [George I.] Papers, 1955-1990. Papers contain publications, correspondence, professional and biographical files, subject files on confluent education and Gestalt therapy, and teaching files of the UCSB professor emeritus of education. (UArch FacP 4).
  • [UCSB]. Buchanan [A. Russell] Oral History, 1971. Interviews with the UCSB history professor and administrator, re career at Stanford University in the 1920s-1930s, and at UCSB. UCSB’s Buchanan Hall is named after him. (OH 21).
  • [UCSB]. [Budget and Planning Office]. UCSB, Office of Budget and Planning Records, ca. 1953-2008 [bulk dates 1961-1996]. Includes files on institutional research, capital planning and budget, and campus planning. (UArch 29).
  • UCSB, Business Services Collection, 1950-2001. Collection contains flyers, memos, annual reports, etc. from Business Services and its subdivisions, primarily Central Stores and Purchasing. (UArch 96).
  • UCSB, Campus Planning Committee Records, 1961-2000 [bulk dates 1986-1987]. Contains reports, budgets, memos, and other documents of the Campus Planning Committee, its subcommittees, and affiliated offices, relating to long range planning and capital development. Includes files on student and faculty quality, and community relations. (UArch 33).
  • [UCSB]. [Career Services]. UCSB, Counseling and Career Services Collection, 1967-2006. Contains event, workshop, service and group flyers, brochures, publications on related issues, materials for faculty, and other documents. (UArch 47).
  • UCSB, Center for Black Studies Records, ca. 1975-2002. Includes Center for Black Studies reference publications for research assistance and a historical review of the center, as well as flyers for events sponsored by the center. (UArch 45).
  • UCSB, El Centro Collection, 1975-1990. Collection contains documents relating to the Chicano Studies movement on campus, including correspondence with the administration on concerns, reports on progress of various units of El Centro, and space relocation. (UArch 71).
  • [UCSB]. [Chancellors]. UCSB, Office of the Chancellor Administrative Files, 1958-2002. Contains records of ongoing issues, policies, procedures, and plans not relating specifically to the tenure of any individual chancellor. (UArch 18).
  • [UCSB]. [Chancellors]. UCSB, Office of the Chancellor, Chancellor’s Records, ca. 1904-2003 [bulk dates 1962-1977]. Files of UCSB chancellors and their predecessors, including Clarence L. Phelps, Clark Kuebler, Samuel Gould, Vernon Cheadle, Robert Huttenback, Daniel Aldrich, Barbara Uehling, and Henry Yang. Includes correspondence, memos, reports, speeches, subject files, and related materials. (UArch 17).
  • [UCSB]. Cheadle [Vernon] Papers, 1925-2000. Materials relating to Vernon Cheadle’s career as a professor of biology, including biographical information, correspondence, subject files, academic files (teaching, grants, articles, papers, and other publications), speeches, and research-related travel. Records of his tenure as chancellor of the University of California, Santa Barbara, 1962-1977, are in the UCSB, Office of Chancellor, Chancellor’s Records. (UArch FacP 22).
  • [UCSB]. [Chemistry Department]. UCSB, Department of Chemistry Collection, ca. 1960-1989. Collection contains materials on graduate study in chemistry, course flyers, and a taped lecture. (UArch 121).
  • [UCSB]. [Chicano/Chicana Studies]. UCSB, Center for Chicano Studies Records. (UArch 25).
  • [UCSB]. [Chicano/Chicana Studies]. UCSB, El Centro Collection, 1975-1990. Collection contains documents relating to the Chicano Studies movement on campus, including correspondence with the administration on concerns, reports on progress of various units of El Centro, and space relocation. (UArch 71).
  • [UCSB]. [Chicano/Chicana Studies]. UCSB, Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies Records, ca. 1970-2003. Contain files relating to the history and development of the department, including administrative and subject files, course syllabi, department brochures, programs, and reviews. (UArch 15).
  • [UCSB]. Cloud [Preston E.] Papers, ca. 1913-1989 [bulk dates ca. 1940s-1980s]. Papers of geology, ecosystems and natural resources professor. (UArch FacP 5).
  • UCSB, College of Creative Studies Records, 1963-2005. Collection contains proposal for college, reports, course, exhibition and lecture flyers, and other related materials. (UArch 28).
  • UCSB, College of Engineering Collection, 1974-2008. Collection contains annual research summaries, brochures and announcements, and APPRB (Academic Plan and Program Review Board) Review of Engineering. (UArch 38).
  • UCSB, College of Letters and Science Records, 1940-2000 [bulk dates 1948-1961]. Records contain minutes, memos, correspondence, reports, etc. by committees formed by Letters and Science and the Division of Applied Arts, and subject files covering issues such as accreditation, budget, departments, majors, programs, requirements and policies, etc. (UArch 66).
  • UCSB, College of Letters and Science, Isla Vista Riots Collection, 1968-1975. Collection contains materials collected by the College of Letters & Science on the various student protests in the late 1960s and 1970s. Includes material on the ethnic studies protests for Black Studies and Chicano Studies. (UArch 39).
  • [UCSB]. [Colleges]. UCSB, Bren School of Environmental Science & Management Collection, ca. 1995-2003. Contains faculty position announcement and lecture flyers, proposal for a masters degree, and other documents. (UArch 24).
  • [UCSB]. Collins (Robert O.) Diary, 1970-1972. The collection contains two copies of Collins’ diary, mainly relating to UCSB affairs, and especially events relating to Isla Vista during time of unrest, from the perspective of a university administrator and faculty member. (UArch FacP 44).
  • [UCSB]. [Committee on Arts and Lectures]. 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 Arts and Lectures, as well as general files on press releases, calendars and programs, and other materials. (UArch 16).
  • UCSB, Committee on the University and the Community Collection, 1986-1988. Collection contains meeting minutes & agendas, reports, memos and correspondence, and articles. Subject matter includes enrollment, the Coastal Plan, housing, campus growth issues. (UArch 91).
  • [UCSB]. [Committees]. UCSB, Campus Planning Committee Records, 1961-2000 [bulk dates 1986-1987]. Contains reports, budgets, memos, and other documents of the Campus Planning Committee, its subcommittees, and affiliated offices, relating to long range planning and capital development. Includes files on student and faculty quality, and community relations. (UArch 33).
  • [UCSB]. [Committees]. UCSB, Computer Advisory Committee Records, 1971-1977. The collection contains meeting agendas and minutes, along with the final plans put forth by the committee, which was formed to design a program for the acquisition and development of computer resources for the UCSB campus. (UArch 46).
  • [UCSB]. [Committees]. UCSB, Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee Records, 1996-2006. Collection contains meeting minutes and related documents of the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), formerly the Animal Care Council (ACC), established by the UC Santa Barbara Office of Research in order to ensure compliance with federal law, particularly the Animal Welfare Act and the Public Health Service Policy. The council’s role is to oversee, review and regulate the use of animals in UC Santa Barbara institutional research. (UArch 31).
  • [UCSB]. [Committees]. UCSB, Physical Planning Committee Records, 1962-1983. Contains committee meeting agendas and minutes, covering the period of 1962 to 1983. Also included are a few Building and Campus Development Committee meeting agendas and minutes, bound in conjunction with the Physical Planning Committee documents. (UArch 59).
  • UCSB, Community Organization and Research Institute Collection, 1973-1979. Collection contains annual reports, budgets, reports to the National Institute of Education and publications from the Research Reports in Public Policy series (Urban Economics Program). (UArch 73).
  • UCSB, Computer Advisory Committee Records, 1971-1977. The collection contains meeting agendas and minutes, along with the final plans put forth by the committee, which was formed to design a program for the acquisition and development of computer resources for the UCSB campus. (UArch 46).
  • UCSB, Computer Center Collection, 1961-1988. This small collection contains memos, course offerings, proposals and manuals. (UArch 74).
  • [UCSB]. Condodina [Alice] Papers. Mainly videotapes re dance, from a UCSB faculty member of dramatic art and dance. (UArch FacP 24).
  • UCSB, Confluent Education Program. Flyers, newsletter, and curricula, ca. 1976-1984. (HPA SC 119).
  • UCSB, El Congreso Collection, ca. 1969-1994 [bulk dates 1973-1974]. Collection contains organization files such as constitutions, correspondence, etc., as well as files on La Escuela, a bilingual elementary school, and event flyers. (UArch 104).
  • [UCSB]. Conrad [Albert G.] Papers, 1979. Typescript autobiography, with photographs, of the Yale University professor of electrical engineering and, later, UCSB dean of the College of Engineering and professor of electrical engineering in the 1960s. (UArch FacP 6).
  • UCSB, Counseling and Career Services Collection, 1967-2006. Contains event, workshop, service and group flyers, brochures, publications on related issues, materials for faculty, and other documents. (UArch 47).
  • [UCSB]. [Creative Studies]. UCSB, College of Creative Studies Records, 1963-2005. Collection contains proposal for college, reports, course, exhibition and lecture flyers, and other related materials. (UArch 28).
  • [UCSB]. [Crustal Studies]. UCSB, Institute for Crustal Studies Collection, ca. 1991-1996. The Institute for Crustal Studies is a UCSB interdisciplinary research unit focused on study of the earth’s crust. The collection contains annual reports and a brochure for the institute. (UArch 52).
  • UCSB, CUE-Teamsters Collection, 1995-2011. Collection contains primarily email correspondence from CUE, as well as the union’s constitution, financial and legal files, newsletters, and other related documents. (UArch 111).
  • [UCSB]. [Daily Nexus]. UCSB, Press Council, Daily Nexus Collection, 1965-1989. The UCSB Press Council oversees the student newspaper, the Daily Nexus, and the campus radio station, KCSB. The collection contains mostly financial files, as well as some brochures on advertising, publication guidelines, type samples, etc. (UArch 102).
  • [UCSB]. Davenport [Demorest] Papers, 1939-1994. Collection contain the correspondence, research files, lecture notes, slides, and videos of UCSB Biology and Zoology professor Demorest Davenport. (UArch FacP 45).
  • [UCSB]. Davidson [Donald C.] Oral History, 1984, 1993. Interviews with University Librarian Davidson, tracing the development of the UCSB Library, explaining the origins of each collection, and describing the trials he faced in keeping pace with the academic needs of a growing institution. Also 1993 interviews with other librarians in conjunction with naming of the Library in honor of Davidson, including Martha Peterson, Windal Simons, Christian Brun, Don Fitch, Grace Callahan, and Henry Tai. (OH 15).
  • [UCSB]. Davidson [Donald C.] Papers, ca. 1930s-1980s. Files relating to Davidson’s tenure as UCSB University Librarian (1947-1977) and his research interests on concepts of time throughout history and among various cultures, along with printed works on the same subjects (cataloged separately). (Mss 19).
  • [UCSB]. Davidson [Donald C.] Papers. (UArch FacP 7).
  • [UCSB]. DeConde [Alexander] Papers, 1985-1992. Correspondence files re a festschrift in honor of the UCSB professor of history. (UArch FacP 8).
  • UCSB, Department of Art Collection, ca. 1950-2001. Contains reports and resource publications by the department, along with brochures and flyers related to shows and course offerings. (UArch 70).
  • UCSB, Department of Black Studies Records, ca. 1968-2003. Contains general administrative subject files, files on the department’s role in the creation of the Center for Black Studies, and files on the department and center’s roles in shaping campus affirmative action policy. (UArch 14).
  • UCSB, Department of Chemistry Collection, ca. 1960-1989. Collection contains materials on graduate study in chemistry, course flyers, and a taped lecture. (UArch 121).
  • UCSB, Department of Dramatic Art Collection, ca. 1953-1983. The collection contains primarily flyers and posters from UCSB drama and dance performances and courses. (UArch 116).
  • UCSB, Department of History Collection, ca. 1956-2002. Contains meeting minutes, committee and group information, conference files, graduate lists, memos, and course and event flyers. (UArch 40).
  • UCSB, Department of History, Public Historical Studies Program Records, 1955-1995 [bulk dates 1977-1994]. Contains research and publication files for projects such as the Painted Cave fire study, Santa Barbara County vintners project, and Santa Barbara district attorney history project, as well as correspondence, conference and lecture files, and other documents. (UArch 41).
  • UCSB, Department of Home Economics Collection, ca. 1945-1973. One of the earliest fields of instruction at UCSB, starting with the Santa Barbara State Normal School of Manual Arts and Home Economics, Home Economics included food and nutrition, textiles and clothing, family economics and home management, family life and child care, house arrangement and furnishings, and institutional management. The collection contains chronological files of memos, correspondence, flyers, and other related materials. (UArch 34).
  • UCSB, Department of Music Collection, ca. 1950-2010. The collection contains posters, flyers, calendars, and programs for musical performances by students, guest musicians, and faculty. (UArch 83).
  • UCSB, Department of Recreation Collection, 1957-2002. Collection contains event, course, program and activity flyers, brochures, program files, memos, and related materials. (UArch 58).
  • UCSB, Department of Sociology Collection, ca. 1969-1994. Collection contains mainly flyers for sociology colloquia, courses, lectures, programs, and conferences, as well as information packets from the Sociology Computing Facility. (UArch 61).
  • UCSB, Department of Women’s Physical Education Scrapbooks, ca. 1937-1945. Collection contains six scrapbooks documenting the Women’s Physical Education Department’s dance concerts from 1937 to 1945. The scrapbooks contain clippings, programs, reports, memos and correspondence, and other related material. (UArch 95).
  • [UCSB]. DeWolfe [Barbara] Papers, 1998-2000. Typescript, printed copies of autobiographical and other writings by Barbara Blanchard DeWolfe (1912-    ), professor of zoology at UCSB, 1946-1977. (UArch FacP 26).
  • [UCSB]. DeWolfe [Robert Hill] Papers. (UArch FacP 9).
  • UCSB, Division of Student Affairs Collection, 1926-1980. The collection contains a large amount of earlier materials from the UC Santa Barbara College period, such as student handbooks, rosters, orientation and welcome publications, and other related materials. (UArch 107).
  • UCSB, Education Abroad Program (EAP) Collection, ca. 1961-2000. Collection contains correspondence, flyers, brochures, and publications on student experiences, program opportunities, statistics, and administration. (UArch 93).
  • UCSB, Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) Records, 1967-2005. Comprised of correspondence, reports, clippings, administrative and subject files, and other documents relating to the program. Includes materials on student affirmative action and the 1989 hunger strike. (UArch 20).
  • [UCSB]. [Engineering]. UCSB, College of Engineering Collection, 1974-2008. Collection contains annual research summaries, brochures and announcements, and APPRB (Academic Plan and Program Review Board) Review of Engineering. (UArch 38).
  • UCSB, Environmental Health and Safety Collection, 1964-2003. Collection contains a copy of the green EH&S binder, publications on regulations and guidelines regarding safety issues, flyers for courses and workshops, memos, and related documents. (UArch 49).
  • [UCSB]. [Environmental Stress]. UCSB, Institute for Environmental Stress Collection, ca. 1963-1988. Collection contains the institute proposal, annual reports, and other related documents. (UArch 75).
  • UCSB, Environmental Studies Program Collection, ca. 1970-1995. Collection contains reports, alumni directory, meeting minutes, flyers, brochures, memos. (UArch 76).
  • [UCSB]. Esau [Katherine] Oral History, 1988-1991. Interviews with UCSB botanist Esau and associates, UCSB Chancellor Vernon Cheadle, Ray Evert, and Jennifer A. Thorsch. History of Science Project. (OH 3).
  • [UCSB]. Esau [Katherine] Papers, 1870-1988. Professor of Biology at UCSB, best known as the author of the textbooks Plant Anatomy (1953) and Anatomy of Seed Plants (1960). Papers include biographical and bibliographic material, awards, academic files (teaching and administration), publications, research notes, professional correspondence, photographs and material related to Esau’s family, especially her brother, Paul. (UArch FacP 23).
  • [UCSB]. Eschelbach [Claire John] Papers, ca. 1959-1971. Mainly material relating to UCSB librarian and first head of Special Collections Eschelbach’s Aldous Huxley bibliography. Stored offsite; advance notice required for retrieval. (UArch FacP 11).
  • UCSB Ethnic Studies Protest Collection, 1989-1995. This collection contains information about the 1989 and 1994 hunger strikes at UCSB that led, among other results, to the ethnic and gender studies undergraduate requirements and the eventual Ph.D. program in Chicana/o Studies. (CEMA 93).
  • [UCSB]. Exner [Richard] Papers, ca. 1950s-1991. Biographical and university files, correspondence, and writings of the UCSB Professor of German and scholar of Hugo von Hofmannsthal and other German authors. Also, printed materials by writers such as Heinz Piontek. (UArch FacP 12).
  • UCSB, Extended Learning Services Collection, ca. 1934-1995. Collection contains brochures, flyers, schedules, proposals, and other related documents. (UArch 79).
  • [UCSB]. [Extension]. UCSB, Extended Learning Services Collection, ca. 1934-1995. Collection contains brochures, flyers, schedules, proposals, and other related documents. (UArch 79).
  • [UCSB]. [Facilities]. UCSB, Office of 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).
  • UCSB, Faculty Club Collection, 1947-2005. Collection contains background/historical documents, constitution and bylaws, correspondence, meeting minutes, and event materials. (UArch 98).
  • UCSB, Faculty Collection, 1946-2003 [bulk dates 1950-1970]. Collection contains subject files on a range of topics relating to the university faculty and community. Topics include academic freedom, the CIA Officer-in-Residence Program, committees and organizations, former and deceased faculty and emeriti, faculty evaluation and promotion, and professorships and lectures. (UArch 99).
  • UCSB, Faculty Women’s Club Collection, 1941-1999. Contains membership lists, minutes, presidential files, financial and social records, histories, publications, event files, and scrapbooks. (UArch 97).
  • [UCSB]. Faulkner [Maurice] Papers, 1959-1990. Papers of a UCSB professor of trumpet. (UArch FacP 35).
  • UCSB, Financial Aid Office Collection, ca. 1955-1999. The UCSB Financial Aid Office controls loan and scholarship disbursements, the work study program, financial counseling services, non-UCSB study funding assistance, and related services. The collection contains memos, financial aid application materials, guides, scholarship and committee files, and other similar documents. (UArch 53).
  • [UCSB]. Fleming [Thomas] Oral History, 1999. Interviews re the UCSB Center for Black Studies. (OH 37).
  • [UCSB]. Freeman [Robert] Papers. UCSB Musicology faculty member. (UArch FacP 38).
  • [UCSB]. Fricker [Peter Racine] Papers. Manuscripts and personal papers of British born composer and UCSB faculty member. (PA Mss 17).
  • [UCSB]. Fricker [Peter Racine] Papers. (UArch FacP 13).
  • [UCSB]. Friends of the UCSB Library Records, 1958-2008. Contains chronological, financial and event files compiled by the organization, as well as their newsletter, from 1958 to their dissolution in 2008. (UArch 23).
  • [UCSB]. Garcia [Mario] Oral History, ca. 1990. Interviews re Garcia’s academic career, from his undergraduate and graduate studies, including his doctoral work at UCSD and anti-war activities, as well as the development of the Chicano Studies Department at UCSB. (OH 39).
  • [UCSB]. Gardner [David] Oral History, 1995. Interviews with the former vice chancellor of UC Santa Barbara and president of the University of California, re his Santa Barbara years. (OH 119).
  • [UCSB]. Girvetz [Harry] Papers. (UArch FacP 27).
  • UCSB, Graduate Division Collection, ca. 1950-2010. Collection contains masters and Ph. D. graduate degree lists, annual reports, files on affirmative action, handbooks, flyers, brochures, etc. (UArch 77).
  • UCSB, Graduate Student Association (GSA) Collection, ca. 1969-2001. The collection contains graduate student handbooks, student survey results, and a small amount of correspondence and flyers. (UArch 113).
  • [UCSB]. 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).
  • [UCSB]. Hardin [Garrett] Papers, ca. 1938-2003. Professor of Human Ecology at the University of California Santa Barbara; writer and lecturer concerned with the problems of overpopulation, best known for his essay The Tragedy of the Commons (Science, 1968). The papers include bibliographical and biographical information, correspondence, lectures and speeches, subject files (abortion and Environmental Fund), and writings. (UArch FacP 14).
  • [UCSB]. Heeger [Alan J.] Papers. Nobel Prize winner, Chemistry, 2000. (UArch FacP 39).
  • UCSB History and Antecedents Collection, 1880-2004. The UCSB History and Antecedents collection brings together materials from multiple sources on the growth of the university from a small normal school at the turn of the 19th century to the large state university it is today. The collection is arranged generally chronologically and by subjects such as predecessor institutions, important figures in UCSB history, previous campuses, events, etc. (UArch 100).
  • [UCSB]. [History Department]. UCSB, Department of History Collection, ca. 1956-2002. Contains meeting minutes, committee and group information, conference files, graduate lists, memos, and course and event flyers. (UArch 40).
  • [UCSB]. [History Department]. UCSB, Department of History, Public Historical Studies Program Records, 1955-1995 [bulk dates 1977-1994]. Contains research and publication files for projects such as the Painted Cave fire study, Santa Barbara County vintners project, and Santa Barbara district attorney history project, as well as correspondence, conference and lecture files, and other documents. (UArch 41).
  • UCSB, Home Economics Club Collection, ca. 1914-1971. Collection contains record and ledger books maintained by the treasurers and secretaries of the club, guestbooks for visitors to the Home Management House, and scrapbooks documenting the club’s events and members. (UArch 105).
  • [UCSB]. [Home Economics Department]. UCSB, Department of Home Economics Collection, ca. 1945-1973. One of the earliest fields of instruction at UCSB, starting with the Santa Barbara State Normal School of Manual Arts and Home Economics, Home Economics included food and nutrition, textiles and clothing, family economics and home management, family life and child care, house arrangement and furnishings, and institutional management. The collection contains chronological files of memos, correspondence, flyers, and other related materials. (UArch 34).
  • UCSB, Housing and Residential Services Collection, ca. 1955-2008. Collection contains housing brochures, guides, student surveys and statistical reports, a history of Housing and Residential Services, and materials on other services and programs offered. (UArch 54).
  • UCSB, Human Resources Department Collection, ca. 1950-2008. Collection contains memos, handbooks, manuals, flyers, and other documents relating to benefits, personnel, programs, training & development. (UArch 78).
  • UCSB, Institute for Crustal Studies Collection, ca. 1991-1996. The Institute for Crustal Studies is a UCSB interdisciplinary research unit focused on study of the earth’s crust. The collection contains annual reports and a brochure for the institute. (UArch 52).
  • UCSB, Institute for Environmental Stress Collection, ca. 1963-1988. Collection contains the institute proposal, annual reports, and other related documents. (UArch 75).
  • UCSB, Institute for Interdisciplinary Applications of Algebra and Combinatorics Collection, 1972-1976. Collection contains the proposal to form the institute, annual reports, and a flyer for summer internships at the institute. (UArch 56).
  • UCSB, Institute of Religious Studies Collection, 1970-1979. The Institute of Religious Studies was established as a researcher center on the Santa Barbara campus of the University of California in 1967, and dissolved in 1979. The collection contains annual, review, and dissolution reports, as well as flyers and announcements for sponsored events. (UArch 86).
  • [UCSB]. [Institutes]. UCSB, Community Organization and Research Institute Collection, 1973-1979. Collection contains annual reports, budgets, reports to the National Institute of Education and publications from the Research Reports in Public Policy series (Urban Economics Program). (UArch 73).
  • [UCSB]. [Institutes]. UCSB, Marine Science Institute Collection, ca. 1969-1993. Collection contains annual and progress reports, symposium publications, memos, brochures, and other related materials. (UArch 82).
  • [UCSB]. [Institutes]. UCSB, Social Process Research Institute Collection, ca. 1966-1982. The Social Process Research Institute collection contains proposals and reports relating to the research and progress of the institute. (UArch 88).
  • UCSB, Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee Records, 1996-2006. Collection contains meeting minutes and related documents of the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), formerly the Animal Care Council (ACC), established by the UC Santa Barbara Office of Research in order to ensure compliance with federal law, particularly the Animal Welfare Act and the Public Health Service Policy. The council’s role is to oversee, review and regulate the use of animals in UC Santa Barbara institutional research. (UArch 31).
  • UCSB, Instructional Development Collection, ca. 1970-2004. Collection contains memos, flyers, handbooks and guides, newsletters, proposals, and conference papers. (UArch 80).
  • UCSB, Intercollegiate Athletics Collection, 1937-2002. Contains primarily men’s football and basketball announcements, programs, schedules and yearbooks, as well as the NCAA Self-Study and other college sports materials. (UArch 55).
  • UCSB, Interdisciplinary Humanities Center (IHC) Collection, ca. 1989-2011. Collection contains mainly flyers and calendars for Interdisciplinary Humanities Center sponsored events and lectures. (UArch 81).
  • [UCSB]. Isla Vista Pins. Includes “The People, Yes: Isla Vista” and “7776” pins. The number 7776 refers to the number of UCSB students who signed a petition calling for an open hearing in the case of Professor William Allen, a popular Anthropology professor who was denied tenure and later fired. The buttons were produced and distributed by Associated Students, in December 1969 or January 1970, made up in support of Allen. (SC 792).
  • [UCSB]. Jacobs (Wilbur R.) Papers, 1919-1998 [bulk dates 1937-1987]. Correspondence, research and teaching files, and writings of a UCSB history professor and scholar of the American West. (UArch FacP 16).
  • [UCSB]. 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).
  • [UCSB]. 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).
  • [UCSB]. 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).
  • [UCSB]. 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).
  • [UCSB]. Kroemer [Herbert] Oral History. Interviews with the UCSB Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, and 2000 Nobel Physics Laureate. History of Science Project. (OH 56).
  • [UCSB]. Kroemer [Herbert] Papers. (UArch FacP 42).
  • [UCSB]. Lancaster [Louis] Oral History, ca. 1981-1982. Interviews with a UCSB Professor of English, re teaching and literature. (OH 57).
  • [UCSB]. Librarian’s Association of the University of California, Santa Barbara (LAUC-SB) Records, c. 1962-2009. Records contain meeting minutes, bylaws, committee, election, appointment and statewide files, and other related documents. (UArch 65).
  • UCSB Library Records, ca. 1915-2011 [bulk dates 1960s-1990s]. Records contain files on library departments, projects, publications, and collections. (UArch 22).
  • [UCSB]. 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).
  • UCSB, Marine Science Institute Collection, ca. 1969-1993. Collection contains annual and progress reports, symposium publications, memos, brochures, and other related materials. (UArch 82).
  • [UCSB]. 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).
  • [UCSB]. 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).
  • [UCSB]. 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).
  • [UCSB]. 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).
  • UCSB, Mortar Board National College Senior Honorary Society, Crown and Scepter Chapter Records, 1938-2004. The Crown and Scepter Chapter records contain membership lists, correspondence with the national organization, reports, scrapbooks, and other related material. (UArch 106).
  • UCSB, Multicultural Center Collection, ca. 1988-2009. Collection contains an annual report and brochures, calendars, flyers, and memos relating to events sponsored and/or hosted by the center. (UArch 57).
  • [UCSB]. [Music Department]. UCSB, Department of Music Collection, ca. 1950-2010. The collection contains posters, flyers, calendars, and programs for musical performances by students, guest musicians, and faculty. (UArch 83).
  • [UCSB]. 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).
  • [UCSB]. 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).
  • UCSB, Office of Admissions and Relations with Schools Collection, 1952-1998. Collection contains older materials relating to the admissions process (department information sheets, UCSB promotional publications) as well as some statistical information on entering students. (UArch 68).
  • UCSB, Office of Affirmative Action Records, 1973-1994. Contains mainly reports compiled by the Office of Affirmative Action on university personnel procedures and policies. There is also a small amount of correspondence, pamphlets, and flyers related to the office. The Office of Equal Opportunity now manages affirmative action policy. In 2009 the Office of Equal Opportunity merged with Title IX compliance and together are now known as the Office of Equal Opportunity and Sexual Harassment / Title IX Compliance. (UArch 35).
  • UCSB, Office of Architects and Engineers Collection, ca. 1950-1979. Contains plans, reports, and committee minutes relating to the design and construction of campus buildings and facilities. (UArch 63).
  • UCSB, Office of Budget and Planning Records, ca. 1953-2008 [bulk dates 1961-1996]. Includes files on institutional research, capital planning and budget, and campus planning. (UArch 29).
  • UCSB, Office of the Chancellor Administrative Files, 1958-2002. Contains records of ongoing issues, policies, procedures, and plans not relating specifically to the tenure of any individual chancellor. (UArch 18).
  • UCSB, Office of the Chancellor, Chancellor’s Records, ca. 1904-2003 [bulk dates 1962-1977]. Files of UCSB chancellors and their predecessors, including Clarence L. Phelps, Clark Kuebler, Samuel Gould, Vernon Cheadle, Robert Huttenback, Daniel Aldrich, Barbara Uehling, and Henry Yang. Includes correspondence, memos, reports, speeches, subject files, and related materials. (UArch 17).
  • UCSB, Office of 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).
  • UCSB, Office of Public Affairs Records, 1948-2002 [bulk dates 1960-1990]. The collection contains correspondence and memos, files from the Publications Office, news releases and clippings, and some subject files, including materials on animal research and the Proposition 3 construction bond. (UArch 114).
  • UCSB, Office of Public Events Collection, 1950-2006. The collection contains memos, and event flyers and invitations. Events include Charter Day, Parents’ and Family Weekend, and Commencement. (UArch 84).
  • UCSB, Office of Public Information Biographical Files, 1931-1998 [bulk dates 1950s-1970s]. Clippings, press releases, photographs, some correspondence and other materials relating to UCSB faculty, staff, administrators, and other prominent individuals associated with UCSB. (UArch 11).
  • UCSB, Office of Public Information, Isla Vista / Student Unrest Subject Files, 1955-2003 [bulk dates 1968-1972]. Includes clippings, memos, reports, correspondence, photos, and other documents on subject matter relating to Isla Vista and UCSB students, compiled by the Office of Public Information, now known as the Office of Public Affairs. The files relate particularly to student unrest, including the Bank of America burning and Isla Vista riots, ethnic studies protests, the North Hall incident, Isla Vista incorporation issues, and the Faculty Club bombing. (UArch 36).
  • 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).
  • UCSB, Office of the Registrar Collection, ca. 1917-2002. The Office of the Registrar is responsible for student enrollment at the university, which includes establishing residency, enrollment status, course registration, graduation, transcripts and grade reporting. The collection contains credential ledger books dating to the Santa Barbara State Normal School, UCSB’s predecessor institution, enrollment statistics, memos, flyers, sample diplomas, commencement and lists of degrees awarded, and other related materials. (UArch 85).
  • UCSB, Office of Research Collection, ca. 1968-2003. The Office of Research collection contains reports on campus research projects, the office’s operation and funds, research policy, etc., as well as memos, flyers, and brochures. (UArch 87).
  • UCSB, Office of Residential Life Scrapbooks, 1956-1974. Collection contains five scrapbooks from the late 1950s to 1970s, compiled mainly by several women’s residence halls. Included are clippings, officer lists, notecards and letters, event photos, collages and drawings. (UArch 115).
  • UCSB, Office of Student Life Collection, 1958-2003. Contains campus regulations on student organizations and their use of campus facilities, guidebooks for student groups, honor lists, and general reports, flyers, memos, booklets and other materials relating to the Dean of Students and Office of Student Life programs and services. (UArch 48).
  • [UCSB]. Pearce [Donald] Papers, ca. 1950-1997. The collection contains correspondence, teaching materials, and copies of articles by Donald Pearce, professor of English at UCSB from the 1970s through the 1990s. (UArch FacP 28).
  • [UCSB]. Phelps [Waldo] Oral History, 1993. Interviews with UCLA professor of rhetoric and son of Clarence Phelps, president of Santa Barbara Normal School, re his life history, the beginnings of Santa Barbara Normal School, and his retirement in Santa Barbara. (OH 75).
  • UCSB, Phi Beta Kappa, Lambda of California Records, 1958-2004. The collection contains records of the UCSB Phi Beta Kappa (Lambda of California) chapter’s formation, organization, and the selection and initiation process, including correspondence, meeting minutes, handbooks, reports, and other related documents. (UArch 108).
  • [UCSB]. [Photographs]. UCSB, Office of Public Information Biographical Files, 1931-1998 [bulk dates 1950s-1970s]. Includes photographs of UCSB faculty, staff, administrators, and other prominent individuals associated with UCSB. (UArch 11).
  • [UCSB]. [Photographs]. UCSB, Office of Public Information Subject Files, ca. 1941-1993. Includes photographs of buildings, events, performances, and faculty. (UArch 12).
  • [UCSB]. [Photographs]. UCSB, University Archives Photographs Collection, ca. 1891-1995. The University Archives Photographs collection is comprised of photographs culled from other collections in the University Archives. The dates of the photographs range from the 1890s to the present, with the majority being black and white photos from the 1920s and 1950s. The subjects covered include all aspects of the UCSB campuses and academic and student life. (UArch 112).
  • UCSB, Physical Planning Committee Records, 1962-1983. Contains committee meeting agendas and minutes, covering the period of 1962 to 1983. Also included are a few Building and Campus Development Committee meeting agendas and minutes, bound in conjunction with the Physical Planning Committee documents. (UArch 59).
  • UCSB, Placement Center Records, 1962-1982. Collection contains annual reports, follow-up reports on students assisted by the center, interview schedules for jobs, Placement Manuals, and other related documents. (UArch 60).
  • [UCSB]. 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).
  • UCSB, Press Council, Daily Nexus Collection, 1965-1989. The UCSB Press Council oversees the student newspaper, the Daily Nexus, and the campus radio station, KCSB. The collection contains mostly financial files, as well as some brochures on advertising, publication guidelines, type samples, etc. (UArch 102).
  • [UCSB]. [Protests]. Isla Vista Statistical Ledgers, ca. 1970-1974. Collection contains two ledgers with computer-generated statistics about Isla Vista. (UArch 117).
  • [UCSB]. [Protests]. UCSB, College of Letters and Science, Isla Vista Riots Collection, 1968-1975. Collection contains materials collected by the College of Letters & Science on the various student protests in the late 1960s and 1970s. Includes material on the ethnic studies protests for Black Studies and Chicano Studies. (UArch 39).
  • [UCSB]. [Protests]. UCSB Ethnic Studies Protest Collection, 1989-1995. This collection contains information about the 1989 and 1994 hunger strikes at UCSB that led, among other results, to the ethnic and gender studies undergraduate requirements and the eventual Ph.D. program in Chicana/o Studies. (CEMA 93).
  • [UCSB]. [Protests]. UCSB, Office of Public Information, Isla Vista / Student Unrest Subject Files, 1955-2003 [bulk dates 1968-1972]. Includes clippings, memos, reports, correspondence, photos, and other documents on subject matter relating to Isla Vista and UCSB students, compiled by the Office of Public Information, now known as the Office of Public Affairs. The files relate particularly to student unrest, including the Bank of America burning and Isla Vista riots, ethnic studies protests, the North Hall incident, Isla Vista incorporation issues, and the Faculty Club bombing. (UArch 36).
  • [UCSB]. [Protests]. 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).
  • [UCSB]. [Public Affairs Office]. UCSB, Office of Public Affairs Records, 1948-2002 [bulk dates 1960-1990]. The collection contains correspondence and memos, files from the Publications Office, news releases and clippings, and some subject files, including materials on animal research and the Proposition 3 construction bond. (UArch 114).
  • [UCSB]. [Public Events Office]. UCSB, Office of Public Events Collection, 1950-2006. The collection contains memos, and event flyers and invitations. Events include Charter Day, Parents’ and Family Weekend, and Commencement. (UArch 84).
  • [UCSB]. [Public Information Office]. UCSB, Office of Public Information Biographical Files, 1931-1998 [bulk dates 1950s-1970s]. Clippings, press releases, photographs, some correspondence and other materials relating to UCSB faculty, staff, administrators, and other prominent individuals associated with UCSB. (UArch 11).
  • [UCSB]. [Public Information Office]. 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).
  • [UCSB]. [Public Information Office]. UCSB, Office of Public Information, Isla Vista / Student Unrest Subject Files, 1955-2003 [bulk dates 1968-1972]. Includes clippings, memos, reports, correspondence, photos, and other documents on subject matter relating to Isla Vista and UCSB students, compiled by the Office of Public Information, now known as the Office of Public Affairs. The files relate particularly to student unrest, including the Bank of America burning and Isla Vista riots, ethnic studies protests, the North Hall incident, Isla Vista incorporation issues, and the Faculty Club bombing. (UArch 36).
  • [UCSB]. [Recreation Department]. UCSB, Department of Recreation Collection, 1957-2002. Collection contains event, course, program and activity flyers, brochures, program files, memos, and related materials. (UArch 58).
  • [UCSB]. [Registrar’s Office]. UCSB, Office of the Registrar Collection, ca. 1917-2002. The Office of the Registrar is responsible for student enrollment at the university, which includes establishing residency, enrollment status, course registration, graduation, transcripts and grade reporting. The collection contains credential ledger books dating to the Santa Barbara State Normal School, UCSB’s predecessor institution, enrollment statistics, memos, flyers, sample diplomas, commencement and lists of degrees awarded, and other related materials. (UArch 85).
  • [UCSB]. [Religious Studies]. UCSB, Institute of Religious Studies Collection, 1970-1979. The Institute of Religious Studies was established as a researcher center on the Santa Barbara campus of the University of California in 1967, and dissolved in 1979. The collection contains annual, review, and dissolution reports, as well as flyers and announcements for sponsored events. (UArch 86).
  • [UCSB]. [Research Office]. UCSB, Office of Research Collection, ca. 1968-2003. The Office of Research collection contains reports on campus research projects, the office’s operation and funds, research policy, etc., as well as memos, flyers, and brochures. (UArch 87).
  • [UCSB]. [Residential Life Office]. UCSB, Office of Residential Life Scrapbooks, 1956-1974. Collection contains five scrapbooks from the late 1950s to 1970s, compiled mainly by several women’s residence halls. Included are clippings, officer lists, notecards and letters, event photos, collages and drawings. (UArch 115).
  • [UCSB]. 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).
  • [UCSB]. Santa Barbara and Suburban Railway Photographs, 1913. Four b/w photos and copies (various sizes), showing Miss Ednah A. Rich, President of the State Normal School, being presented with a spike maul, which she used to drive the golden spike at the end of the Normal School Extension of the Santa Barbara & Suburban Railway, Nov. 6, 1913. (SC 844).
  • [UCSB]. Scott-McIntosh Petroleum, Incorporated Collection, ca. 1928-1930. Correspondence, notes, reports and aerial photographs re Elwood Oil Field [Santa Barbara, CA], including images of Coal Oil Point and Goleta Point (now UCSB). (SC 532).
  • [UCSB]. Severy [Hazel W.] Oral History, 1972. Interview with the UCSB professor and former head of the Department of Natural Resources. Subjects include Stanford University, David Starr Jordan, Pacific College of Osteopathy, and UCSB. History of Science Project. (OH 83).
  • [UCSB]. Shapiro [Stewart] Oral History, 1990. Life history of the UCSB professor of confluent education and clinical psychologist. (OH 84).
  • [UCSB]. Shapiro [Stewart B.] Papers, 1966-1987. Materials from a UCSB professor of confluent education, relating to the humanistic psychology movement. (HPA Mss 34).
  • [UCSB]. Snidecor [John C.] Oral History, 1975. Life history of the UCSB speech professor and administrator, including work with the Navy and development of the State College of Santa Barbara into a university. Snidecor Hall is named after him. (OH 85).
  • UCSB, Social Process Research Institute Collection, ca. 1966-1982. The Social Process Research Institute collection contains proposals and reports relating to the research and progress of the institute. (UArch 88).
  • [UCSB]. [Sociology Department]. UCSB, Department of Sociology Collection, ca. 1969-1994. Collection contains mainly flyers for sociology colloquia, courses, lectures, programs, and conferences, as well as information packets from the Sociology Computing Facility. (UArch 61).
  • UCSB, Staff Assembly Collection, ca. 1959-2011. The Staff Assembly collection contains meeting minutes as well as flyers and memos on events, elections, awards. (UArch 89).
  • [UCSB]. 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).
  • [UCSB]. Stockton, James Leroy (1873-1942). Collection, ca. 1902-1942, of printed poems by James Leroy Stockton, poet, educator, and Vice-President of Santa Barbara State College (ca. 1921-1925); also “Santa Barbara Alumni Chapter, Phi Delta Kappa, Songs,” with words by Stockton, and obituary. (SC 290).
  • [UCSB]. [Student Affairs Division]. UCSB, Division of Student Affairs Collection, 1926-1980. The collection contains a large amount of earlier materials from the UC Santa Barbara College period, such as student handbooks, rosters, orientation and welcome publications, and other related materials. (UArch 107).
  • UCSB, Student Health Services Collection, 1937-2002. Collection contains pamphlets and flyers on health services and events, memos, and materials on the student health insurance. (UArch 62).
  • [UCSB]. [Student Life Office]. UCSB, Office of Student Life Collection, 1958-2003. Contains campus regulations on student organizations and their use of campus facilities, guidebooks for student groups, honor lists, and general reports, flyers, memos, booklets and other materials relating to the Dean of Students and Office of Student Life programs and services. (UArch 48).
  • [UCSB]. Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) Collection, ca. 1965-1966. One letter (TLS), flyers, and newspaper from the Santa Barbara Friends of SNCC. Letter on stationery with list of Faculty Friends of Civil Rights, including E. Noble, W. Frost, H. Steinhauer, H. Girvetz, and R. Michaelsen. (SC 709).
  • 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).
  • [UCSB]. [Student organizations]. UCSB, Associated Students Records, ca. 1978-2003 [bulk dates 1985-2003]. Records contain administrative files of the AS Program Board, Finance Board, Legislative Council, and Community Affairs Board, including meeting minutes and agendas, budgets, bills, acts, and resolutions. (UArch 19).
  • [UCSB]. [Student organizations]. 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).
  • [UCSB]. [Student organizations]. UCSB, El Centro Collection, 1975-1990. Collection contains documents relating to the Chicano Studies movement on campus, including correspondence with the administration on concerns, reports on progress of various units of El Centro, and space relocation. (UArch 71).
  • [UCSB]. [Student organizations]. UCSB, El Congreso Collection, ca. 1969-1994 [bulk dates 1973-1974]. Collection contains organization files such as constitutions, correspondence, etc., as well as files on La Escuela, a bilingual elementary school, and event flyers. (UArch 104).
  • [UCSB]. [Student organizations]. UCSB, Graduate Student Association (GSA) Collection, ca. 1969-2001. The collection contains graduate student handbooks, student survey results, and a small amount of correspondence and flyers. (UArch 113).
  • [UCSB]. [Student organizations]. UCSB, MEChA Collection, 1968-1979 [bulk dates 1968-1970] pdf icon. Materials relating to El Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (MEChA), Chicano student movement of Aztlán. (CEMA 36).
  • [UCSB]. [Student organizations]. UCSB, Mortar Board National College Senior Honorary Society, Crown and Scepter Chapter Records, 1938-2004. The Crown and Scepter Chapter records contain membership lists, correspondence with the national organization, reports, scrapbooks, and other related material. (UArch 106).
  • [UCSB]. [Student organizations]. UCSB, Phi Beta Kappa, Lambda of California Records, 1958-2004. The collection contains records of the UCSB Phi Beta Kappa (Lambda of California) chapter’s formation, organization, and the selection and initiation process, including correspondence, meeting minutes, handbooks, reports, and other related documents. (UArch 108).
  • [UCSB]. [Student organizations]. UCSB, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) Collection, ca. 1965-1966. One letter (TLS), flyers, and newspaper from the Santa Barbara Friends of SNCC. Letter on stationery with list of Faculty Friends of Civil Rights, including E. Noble, W. Frost, H. Steinhauer, H. Girvetz, and R. Michaelsen. (SC 709).
  • UCSB, Students for Free Political Action (SFPA) Collection, 1964-1965. The Students for Free Political Action (SFPA) were formed during a period at UCSB and campuses across the country when students increasingly became politically active. SFPA was particularly interested in assuring the means for political free speech on campus, including students’ rights to distribute literature, invite speakers, etc., and to encourage student participation in their university government. The collection contains some correspondence, event flyers, meeting minutes, constitution drafts, and other documents. (UArch 103).
  • UCSB, Summer Sessions Collection, 1949-2003. Contains bulletins, flyers and schedules for UCSB Summer Sessions, from 1949 to 2003, including specialized programs such as high school student courses and Summer French Institute. (UArch 42).
  • [UCSB]. Sweeney [Beatrice Marcy] Papers, ca. 1916-1991. Materials of a UCSB faculty member in biology, specializing in plant physiology, including biographical information, photographs, research notebooks and files, speeches, and writings. (UArch FacP 25).
  • UCSB Theses and Dissertations. Unbound archival copies. Circulating bound copies are in the Main stacks. More recent dissertations since 1997 are available online through Proquest at: http://proquest.umi.com/login; select “Interdisciplinary – Dissertations & Theses” from the “Database” drop down menu.
  • UCSB. Tiburcio Vasquez. (CEMA 70).
  • UCSB, Tutorial Program Collection, ca. 1945-1976. The Tutorial Program collection contains files on colloquium courses from the program, flyers, memos, brochures, reports, and other related documents. (UArch 90).
  • [UCSB]. Uehling [Barbara] Oral History, 1994. Interviews with then UCSB Chancellor. Closed until 2019. (OH 98).
  • [UCSB]. Underhill [Robert M.] Oral History, 1974. Interview with the Vice President and Treasurer of the University of California, about his career at UC, how Santa Barbara became part of the UC system, and the acquisition of the Goleta campus of UCSB. (OH 99).
  • UCSB, University Archives Photographs Collection, ca. 1891-1995. The University Archives Photographs collection is comprised of photographs culled from other collections in the University Archives. The dates of the photographs range from the 1890s to the present, with the majority being black and white photos from the 1920s and 1950s. The subjects covered include all aspects of the UCSB campuses and academic and student life. (UArch 112).
  • UCSB, University Art Museum (UAM) Collection, 1956-2008. Collection includes administrative files and exhibition catalogs, announcements, and posters. (UArch 30).
  • UCSB, United Way Campaign Collection, ca. 1995-2003. Collection contains materials on the annual United Way fundraising campaign at UCSB, and includes memos, pledge forms, reports, newsletters, and flyers. (UArch 110).
  • UCSB, University Center Collection, 1958-2002. The UCSB University Center (UCen) collection contains reports, minutes, memos, plans, and other documents on the multiple building projects for the UCen as well as general flyers, schedules, memos, etc. relating to UCen services and events. (UArch 43).
  • [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.
  • [UCSB]. [University Relations Office]. UCSB, Office of University Relations Collection, 1981-1996. Collection contains planning guides, files on governmental relations, and a proposal for a Humanities research and symposium center. (UArch 92).
  • [UCSB]. Varley [C. Ray] Papers, 1967-1992 [bulk dates 1967-1971]. Collection contains correspondence, clippings, official statements, and studies which provide a record of Varley’s service to the campus as Vice Chancellor, particularly in relation to UCSB’s neighboring community, Isla Vista. (UArch FacP 20).
  • UCSB, Vice Chancellors’ Collection, ca. 1970-2002. Includes files for Academic Affairs, Administrative Affairs, Administrative Services, Business and Finance, Executive Vice Chancellor, Institutional Advancement, Research and Graduate Affairs, and Student Affairs. (UArch 67).
  • [UCSB]. Warren, Earl (Chief Justice, U.S. Supreme Court). One holograph speech re new UCSB campus, [ca. 1956]. (SC 324).
  • [UCSB]. Westra [Dorothy] Papers, 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).
  • [UCSB]. Willson [Lawrence] Papers, ca. 1912-1995. Contains research files relating to Lawrence Willson’s scholarly interests, including Henry D. Thoreau and American literature, as well as copies of his articles and reviews, correspondence, photographs, and files relating to the Thoreau Society, Phi Beta Kappa, early teaching assignments, and the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he taught in the English Department for many years. (UArch FacP 21).
  • UCSB, Women’s Center Collection, ca. 1974-2008. Contains event, lecture, program and course flyers, pamphlets and booklets on services and women’s issues, memos from the center, and other related materials. (UArch 44).
  • [UCSB]. [Women’s Physical Education]. UCSB, Department of Women’s Physical Education Scrapbooks, ca. 1937-1945. Collection contains six scrapbooks documenting the Women’s Physical Education Department’s dance concerts from 1937 to 1945. The scrapbooks contain clippings, programs, reports, memos and correspondence, and other related material. (UArch 95).
  • UCSB, Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Program Collection, 1960-1971. Collection contains application materials, brochures, nominee lists, clippings, newsletters, financial documents, and other related materials from UCSB participation in the program in the 1960s. (UArch 94).
  • UCSB Yearbooks. Historical collection of the yearbook La Cumbre for UCSB and its predecessor institutions, 1922-present.
  • 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).
  • [Uehling, Barbara]. UCSB, Office of the Chancellor, Chancellor’s Records, ca. 1904-2003 [bulk dates 1962-1977]. Files of UCSB chancellors and their predecessors, including Clarence L. Phelps, Clark Kuebler, Samuel Gould, Vernon Cheadle, Robert Huttenback, Daniel Aldrich, Barbara Uehling, and Henry Yang. Includes correspondence, memos, reports, speeches, subject files, and related materials. (UArch 17).
  • Uehling [Barbara] Oral History, 1994. Interviews with then UCSB Chancellor. Closed until 2019. (OH 98).
  • [Uganda]. 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).
  • [Uganda]. 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).
  • 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).
  • [Ukraine]. Soviet Soldier’s Photograph Album, ca. 1984. (Bernath Mss 154).
  • Ukrainian Cabinet Card, [ca. 1904]. Studio photograph of two young men and one young woman. (SC 1080).
  • Ukrainians in America Photograph Album, ca. 1945-1958. (Bernath Mss 349).
  • Ulreich, Nura Woodson. One black and white photograph of author, painter, and sculptor Nura Woodson Ulreich, New York, 1935. Laid in Ulreich’s The Buttermilk Tree [Printers Z257.U47 1934]. (SC 636).
  • [Underground Railroad]. Burton, Alice Gertrude Cotton Whitney. Handwritten copy of Burton’s diary, 1851-1938, written mainly in essay form, most sections pertaining to the 1850s and including a discussion of her father’s [Rev. Daniel Saunderson Whitney] activities with the underground railroad and having fugitives in their home in Southboro, Mass. (Wyles SC 44).
  • Underhill [Robert M.] Oral History, 1974. Interview with the Vice President and Treasurer of the University of California, about his career at UC, how Santa Barbara became part of the UC system, and the acquisition of the Goleta campus of UCSB. UCSB professor. (OH 99).
  • Union Pacific R. R. Views. One stereoview, No. 31a – “Reynold’s and Dowling’s Camp, Quaking Asp Hill,” n.d. (Wyles SC 646).
  • Union Volunteer Refreshment Committee. Two small printed Civil War era cards, issued by the Union Volunteer Refreshment Committee of Philadelphia, listing officers, committee members, history and statement of purpose, and also including engravings of the committee’s refreshment saloon and hospital. According to the cards, nearly 300,000 soldiers had been assisted by the end of 1862, as they passed through Philadelphia, and the refreshment saloon could feed up to 15,000 soldiers in a single day. (Wyles SC 274).
  • United Confederate Veterans. First day cover. Postmarked Norfolk, Virginia, 30 May 1951. (Wyles SC 572).
  • United States Army. Depot of Army Clothing and Equipage. One Civil War document (ADS): Invoice of Stores. New York, 12 Nov. 1861. (Wyles SC 486).
  • United Confederate Veterans. Arkansas Division. Three letters (one TLS and two TL), and one typescript extract from a report re Arkanasas Civil War veterans. (Wyles SC 255).
  • [United Nations]. Gahagan [G. William] Collection, ca. 1935-1953 [bulk dates 1942-1945]. Includes propaganda magazines, pamphlets, and leaflets used both in the Pacific and Atlantic theaters of war; OWI outpost reports; U.N. Conference press releases, circulars, correspondence and photos relating to a public relations officer for the Office of War Information’s Overseas Branch in San Francisco. (Bernath Mss 8).
  • United States. War Department. One document (ADS), Special Orders No. 507, re leave of absence. Washington, [D.C.], 29 Nov. 1867. (Wyles SC 272).
  • [United States Army]. “Stations of the U.S. Army.” Printed flyer, list of Engineers, Signal Corps, Cavalry, Infantry, and Artillery, with location of regimental headquarters and companies, along with similar information for troops in Philippine Islands, Cuba, and Porto Rico. Adjutant General’s Office, June 26, 1902. (Wyles SC 788).
  • United States Army. Defences South of Potomac. One Civil War document (ADS), Guards & Pickets Pass. Alexandria, Virginia, 14 Mar. 1865. (Wyles SC 258).
  • United States Army. Department of the Cumberland. Two Civil War documents (ADS), orders re Union General Rousseau holding Confederate General Forrest at Pulaski, [TN], 24 and 26 Sept. 1864. (Wyles SC 256).
  • United States Army. Department of the East. One Civil War document (ADS). New York City, 29 Jan. 1864. (Wyles SC 257).
  • United States Army. Depot of Army Clothing and Equipage. One Civil War document (ADS): Invoice of Stores. New York, 12 Nov. 1861. (Wyles SC 486).
  • United States Army. Quartermaster. One Civil War document (ADS): List of Stores Received. Chainbridge [over Potomac], 1861. (Wyles SC 181).
  • United States Army. Transportation Department, Mississippi River, Assistant Quartermaster’s Office. One Civil War document (ADS): Receipt for Military Stores. New Orleans, 29 June 1865. (Wyles SC 186).
  • United States Army Abstract of Payments Ledger, 1864-1867. Bound volume, a Civil War era ledger kept by F. A. Hixson, U.S. Army Major and Paymaster. Includes names and ranks, with figures for pay, subsistence, forage, clothing of servants, and clothing of soldiers, 1864-1867. (Wyles Mss 65).
  • United States Army Signal Corps Film Unit Records, 1945-1946. Large binder containing caption sheets, critical evaluations, and other paperwork relating to films shot during 1945 and 1946 by soldiers serving in the U.S. Army Signal Corps film units. Events covered include the war crimes trials of two Japanese generals, Tomoyuki Yamashita and Masaharu Homma; German atrocities discovered in Hanover; the liberation of American POWs; reactions among soldiers to V-E Day celebrations; activities of the Red Cross; the plight of displaced persons; the conversion of the port of Bremen for use by American forces; and even boxing matches held in Manila. Also included are several Motion Picture Coverage Reports, marked “Confidential,” which discuss issues of technique while evaluating the output of the various film units. (Bernath Mss 139).
  • "The United States at One View: 1776-1845." Broadside, with statistical tables on population, railroads, canals, steam-boat routes, mountains, and rivers. New York, 1845. (Wyles SC 822).
  • United States Centennial Commission. One printed broadside, "International Exhibition, Philadelphia," 1876. (Wyles SC 833).
  • United States Christian Commission. One Civil War document: Certificate entitling bearer to soldier’s coal. [Washington, D.C.?], 1864. (Wyles SC 275).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • United States Marines and Army in the Philippines Photograph Album, ca. 1910. 48 b/w photograph, mainly Olangapo area. Includes images of African American Maxim Gun Platoon, horses and pack mules, soldiers on leave, barracks, local population, street scenes, beaches and harbor, typhoon damage. (SC 953).
  • United States. Navy Department. One Civil War era printed document: "Regulations which govern the admission of candidates into the Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD," 7 Jan. 1861. (Wyles SC 264).
  • United States. Navy Department. Six letters (ALS) from secretaries of the Navy re various matters, 1847, 1865-1876. (Wyles SC 265).
  • United States Squadron in the Pacific Ocean Quarterly Return of Receipts, 1837-1838. Bound volume, Quarterly Return of Receipts and Expenditures of Provisions and Stores for the United States Squadron in the Pacific Ocean, June 1, 1837 to January 1838, while at Callao Castle [Peru] and Valparaiso [Argentina]. Includes figures for food, clothing, and miscellaneous stores such as anchors, cables, cordage, spars, barrels, linseed oil, pitch, tar, and paint. (Wyles Mss 68).
  • Unity School of Christianity Collection, ca. 1950s-1980s. 150+ pamphlets and tracts published by the Unity School of Christianity (Missouri). (ARC Mss 46).
  • University for Humanistic Studies (Del Mar, CA). Flyer and schedule of classes, 1986. (HPA SC 120).
  • University of California Africa Expedition Photograph Collection, 1947-1948. (Bernath Mss 153).
  • [Upper Volta]. 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).
  • [Uruguay]. Brazil Photograph Album, [ca. 1890s]. 26 black/white photographs, with captions in German, of railroad construction in Porto Lucena; bridge of S. Joeio Curityba, Paraguay; harbor of Ultramar, Uruguay; Rio Grande do Sul; Porto Alegre and eucalyptus groves; revolutionaries; ruins of Sao Miguel; police officers and troops of Santo Angelo; and Saltos do Iguassu. (Bernath Mss 177).
  • [Uruguay]. 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).
  • [Uruguay]. South Pacific Photograph Album, ca. 1901-1902. 140+ b/w photographs of a voyage, probably by a British passenger embarking at London, on the New Zealand ship S.S. Rakaia. Includes images of Montevideo, Uruguay (wharf, street scenes, gardens, news boys) and Fernando de Noronha islands (Brazilian convict station 200 miles off the coast of South America). (Bernath Mss 283).
  • [Uruguay]. Stuart [Granville] Uruguay Photographs, 1894-1896. 8 b/w albumen cabinet size and larger photographs assembled by Montana cattleman Granville Stuart while he was ambassador to Uruguay. Includes images of Uruguayan officers, Montivideo scenes, and the U.S.S. iron warship Newark, moored off Montivideo in 1894. (Wyles SC 987).
  • Uruguay Photograph Album, ca. 1930-1936. Mainly relating to excavating/bridge building, noting kilometer markers (from where?), including Tacuari Bridge over Tacuari River. Probably compiled by an employee of the unidentified company engaged in the bridge building. (Bernath Mss 376).
  • U.S. Army. Abstract of Payments Ledger, 1864-1867. Civil War era ledger kept by F. A. Hixson, U.S. Army Major and Paymaster. Includes names and ranks, with figures for pay, subsistence, forage, clothing of servants, and clothing of soldiers. (Wyles Mss 65).
  • U.S. Army. Missouri Infantry, 23rd Regiment (Vols), Co. A., Clothing Account Book, 1861-1864. Leatherbound volume, Civil War era, with lists of clothing issued to soldiers in Company A, 1861-1864, along with a one-page return for Company E, of present and absent officers and enlisted men for September 1864. (Wyles Mss 62).
  • U.S. Army. New Jersey Infantry, 4th Regiment (Vols), Co. B., Morning Reports, 1861-1862. Leatherbound volume, Civil War era, with entries kept by Captain William Seddon, of numbers of officers and enlisted men present and absent for Company B of the New Jersey 4th, Aug. 1861-Mar. 1862. (Wyles Mss 63).
  • U.S. Army. Ohio Infantry, 42nd Regiment (Vols), Co. C, Clothing Account Book, 1861-1864. Bound volume, Civil War era, with lists of clothing issued to soldiers of the Ohio Infantry, 42nd Regiment, Company C. (Wyles Mss 64).
  • U.S. Army Vietnam Propaganda Leaflets, ca. 1967-1968. 6 printed items. (SC 1108).
  • 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).
  • [U.S. Capitol]. Three engravings: “Plan of the Principal Floor …” and “Plan of the Ceilings…,” B. H. Latrobe and Chas. Bulfinch, principal artchitects, ca. early 1800s; also “Interior of the Hall of Representatives,” ca. mid 1800s. (Wyles SC 849).
  • [U.S. Cavalry, 5th Regiment]. Taylor, Riley [Private, U.S. Cavalry, 5th Regiment]. One Civil War era document (ADS): Discharge, at end of three year enlistment period, 1864-1867. (Wyles SC 418).
  • U.S. Colored Infantry, 69th Regiment. One Civil War document (ADS): Special Orders from General Superintendent of Freedmen re change of command. Memphis, 6 Feb. 1864. (Wyles SC 421).
  • U.S. Colored Troops Documents, 1865. Three immediate post-Civil War documents re accusation against Sgt. Alexander Shepard and 15 members of Company L, 4th U.S.C. Hvy. Artillery, for stealing $6,000 in gold from a Tennessee resident. (Wyles SC 1025).
  • 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).
  • U.S. Colored Troops, 30th Regiment, Company D. One Civil War document: "Inventory and Inspection Report of Unserviceable Stores…" Includes items such as bayonet scabbards, cartridge boxes, rifles, and belts. (Wyles SC 15).
  • Usher, J. P. One letter (ALS) to a Mrs. L. Trumbull of Chicago, re request for photographs. U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C., 28 Oct. 1863. (Wyles SC 87).
  • U.S. Mail Line, Oregon Stage Company. One document: Way-bill for Sacramento-Marysville route, 14 Dec. 1866. (Wyles SC 689).
  • U.S. Marine Officer’s Philippine Photograph Album, ca. 1905-1906. (Wyles Mss 139).
  • U.S. Navy. Collection of Spanish American War era documents mainly relating to flagships in the North Atlantic, Hong Kong, and the Phillipines, ca. 1898. (Wyles SC 879).
  • U.S. Navy in Nicaragua and Panama Photograph Album, ca. 1930. (Bernath Mss 130).
  • U.S. Reparations Mission to Japan Presentation Photograph Album, ca. 1945-1946. (Bernath Mss 217).
  • U.S. Sanitary Commission. One Civil War letter (ALS) from A. J. Bloor, response to complaints about camp conditions. Washington, D.C., 19 Dec. 1861. (Wyles SC 268).
  • U.S. Senate. One printed document, Senate Bill 376, “To facilitate the settlement of paymasters’ accounts.” 40th Congress, 2d Session, 2 Mar. 1868. (Wyles SC 70).
  • 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).
  • 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].
  • U.S.S. Santee. One stereoview of thedeck of the ship, U.S.S. Santee, taken by W. M. Chase, ca. 1900. (Wyles SC 645).
  • U.S. Senate. One printed document, Senate Bill 376, “To facilitate the settlement of paymasters’ accounts.” 40th Congress, 2d Session, 2 Mar. 1868. (Wyles SC 70).
  • 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).
  • U.S.S. Skirmisher. Civil War ship’s logbook, 1862-1863. (Wyles SC 509).
  • 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].
  • Utah Topographical Sketchbooks, 1877, 1879, 1883. Three bound Utah topographical sketchbooks, with faint pencil drawings, by three separate topographers, 1877, 1879, 1883. The first two have labels indicating “Engineer Department, U.S. Army, Geographical Surveys West of 100th Meridian,” while the third indicates “Northern Transcontinental Survey.” These sketchbooks accompanied a larger collection of books on geology donated by Richard V. Fisher. (Wyles Mss 32).

V

  • Valdez [Luís] Papers. Materials of the Chicano playwright, filmmaker, and founder of El Teatro Campesino. (CEMA 71).
  • Valentine’s Day Card, ca. 1800s. (SC 1052).
  • Vallandigham, Clement L. [Congressman from Ohio]. Printed Civil War speech, delivered in the House of Representatives, Feb. 3, 1862. (Wyles SC 860).
  • Valle [Victor] Collection. (CEMA 75).
  • Vallejo Family. Carbon typescript: Memoirs of the Vallejos, based on documents and recollections of Dr. Platon M. G. Vallejo (son of Gen. Mariano Vallejo), 1914. Mainly depicting life in Alte California of the 1830s-1840s. (Wyles SC 518).
  • Vallejo (Linda) Papers, 1975-2001. Photographs, slides, posters, correspondence, publications and ephemera of the Chicana painter, sculptor, printmaker, and founder of Galeria Las Americas. (CEMA 76).
  • Vandenhoff, George. Short handwritten Civil War era poem, 1861. (Wyles SC 503).
  • Van der Voort [Antoni] Papers, 1930s-1952. Manuscripts and personal papers of the Santa Barbara composer and educator. (PA Mss 22).
  • Vander Poel, Halsted, Billings. One letter (ALS) from Vander Poel, to Joe [?] inviting him to visit. Roslyn, Long Island, Dec. 1, 1939. (SC 317).
  • Van Huss Family Photograph Collection, ca. 1900s-1920s. 39 black and white photographs, most snapshots, few captions in English, loose and in an album, many of women and children. (SC 1074).
  • Vanity Fair Lithographs, ca. 1870s-1900s. Color lithographs and biographical sketches of Artists, Huntsmen and Country Gentlemen, Men of the Day, and Statesmen series appearing in Vanity Fair, ca. 1870s-1900s. (Printers Mss 72).
  • Van Winkle, Simeon J. [New Jersey, 25th Regiment (Vol), Company H]. Two Civil War letters (ALS) and one handwritten account described as “a record of the prinicipal events since I have been a soldier,” 1863. (Wyles SC 353).
  • VanWyck, Charles Henry [General, New York State Volunteers, 56th Regiment, 1st Brigade, Casey’s Division]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to General Hillhouse re promotions, 17 June 1862. (Wyles SC 364).
  • Vargas [Kathy] Collection. (CEMA 77).
  • Vargo [Joseph P.] China Photograph Album, ca. 1910s-1920s. (Bernath Mss 288).
  • Varley [C. Ray] Papers, 1967-1992 [bulk dates 1967-1971]. Collection contains correspondence, clippings, official statements, and studies which provide a record of Varley’s service to the campus as Vice Chancellor, particularly in relation to UCSB’s neighboring community, Isla Vista. (UArch FacP 20).
  • Vasconcellos [John] Papers, ca. 1946-2003. Personal papers, legislative and campaign files of a California state legislator noted for his work with humanistic psychology and self esteem. (HPA Mss 47).
  • Vasquez (Emigdio) Papers. Slides of Vasquez’ work, together with photographs, silk screen prints, videos, interviews, correspondence, project files, and mural renderings of the Orange, California based Chicano painter and muralist. One of the pioneering artists of the Chicano Art Movement, Vasquez is known for his contemporary realism, capturing the lives of the working class in the Chicano community. (CEMA 43).
  • Veblen [Paul] Papers, ca. 1960s-1970s. Notes and articles about the Santa Barbara News-Press and Paul Veblen’s involvement in the John Birch Society ‘skirmish’; letters and copies of letters to Veblen from Pearl Chase, along with her copy of Seven Hundred Chinese Proverbs, inscribed to him. (SBHC Mss 69).
  • Veeder [H. P.] Japan Trip Scrapbook, 1919. Scrapbook of a trip from San Francisco to Yokohama on the S.S. Tenyo Maru, items including passenger list souvenir, telegrams, menus, Yokohama map, brochures and programs for July 4th celebrations, receipts, railway schedules, Nikko Hotel ephemera and map, programs from recital and concert with violinist Henry Eichheim (Eicheim spent his later years in Santa Barbara; his papers and musical instruments are at UCSB). (SC 940).
  • [Venezuela]. Abbot (Abiel, Jr.) Correspondence, 1825-1826. Three letters (ALS) to his father Abiel Abbot, clergyman of Bevely, MA and his sister Adeline Gould, describing his unfavorable impressions of Cumana, Venezuela. (SC 1104).
  • [Venezuela]. 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).
  • [Venezuela]. Dellenbaugh [Frederick S.] Cruise Journal, 1906. Trip to West Indies, Venezuela, and Florida. (Wyles SC 983).
  • [Venezuela]. West Indies Photograph Album, 1937. 33 b/w photos of street scenes and countryside in Martinique, Barbados, St. Georges (Grenada), Caracas (Venezuela), Curacao, Cartagena (Colombia), Panama, Trinidad, and St. Thomas (Virgin Islands). (SC 837).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • [Ventura County]. 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).
  • [Ventura County]. 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).
  • Venturino da Fabriano, Giovanni Battista. Del Viaggio Fatto…, [1571?]. Handwritten Italian manuscript in two bound volumes. English translation of title: On the voyage made by the illustrious and reverend Cardinal Alessandrino, assigned chaplain to the Kings of France, Spain and Portugal; with comments on the most important aspects of the cities, lands and places described. (Mss 192).
  • 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).
  • [Vermont]. 15th Vermont Vol, Co. A. One Civil War letter (ALS), from "Hen" to Lottie A. Carr, describing the area and people around Spring Bank, Virginia, not far from Bull Run, 5 Nov. 1862. (Wyles SC 597).
  • [Vermont]. Holt, Henry [Private, 1st Vermont Cavalry, Co. E]. Twelve Civil War letters (ALS) and nine accompanying envelopes, most to and from his father, mainly re daily life and military engagements, 1862-1864. (Wyles SC 515).
  • [Vermont]. Parker [Merritt S.] Civil War Diary, 1864-1865. Parker was a corporal from Vermont. Most entries (Jan. 1864-Jan. 1865) are in pencil, some very faint. (Wyles SC 956).
  • [Vermont]. Proclamations. Six broadsides, proclaiming days of fasting and thanksgiving. Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut, 1868-1869. (Wyles SC 821).
  • [Vermont]. Tyler [Rev. George P.] Civil War Letters, 1861. One letter (ALS) to Tyler, from W. H Parker, re his son John E. Parker, 6th Vermont Infantry, Co. A., and one letter from Tom Warren, re support for missions. (Wyles SC 963).
  • 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].
  • Veteran Association of the Independent Corps of Cadets. One letter (ALS) to E. Dwight Kendall notifying him that he has been unanimously elected a member of the association. Boston, 13 Dec. 1890. (Wyles SC 493).
  • [Vietnam]. 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).
  • [Vietnam]. “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).
  • [Vietnam]. French Indochina Photograph Collection, ca. 1940s. 50 professional b/w photographs, mainly of Vietnam along with a few of Laos, most with French captions on the back, ca. 1940s. Many have stamps from French agencies (French Press & Information Service, Agence Economique des Colonies, Compagnie Aerienne Francaise). Includes scenes of the Vietnamese countryside, river views, Vietnamese people, buildings, railroads, and aerial shots of cities. Locations include Vientiane, Tonkin, Bien Hoa, Annam, Baie d’Along, Haiphong, Hanoi, and Saigon. (Bernath Mss 41).
  • [Vietnam]. Indochina Photograph Album, ca. 1935. (Bernath Mss 238).
  • [Vietnam]. Indochina Rubber Plantations Photograph Albums, ca. 1925-1930. 99 black photographs in two albums. Album 1 contains views of French rubber plantations at Quan Loi and Xacam (Vietnam), showing various facets of rubber production, including factory interiors, workers, and local villages. Album 2, entitled “Compagnie du Cambodge,”contains views of plantations at Tonlebett, Chup, Pean Cheang , and Thmar Pitt (Cambodia), with images of the Mekong River, roads, forests, felled trees, replanting, lumber mill, local villages, rubber tapping and processing. (Bernath Mss 216).
  • [Vietnam]. Linh Duy Vo. One letter (TLS) and one notebook 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, 8 June 1972. Downey, California, 30 January 1995. (SC 595).
  • [Vietnam]. 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).
  • Vietnam Photograph Album, ca. 1925-1930. (Bernath Mss 220).
  • Vietnam Refugees Photograph Album, 1954. “Exodus and Rehabilitation of Vietnamese Refugees,” showing air and sea evacuation by U.S. military personnel from Hanoi and settling in South Vietnam, first at Honai and Phutho temporary centers. Contains typed captions like “March to Liberty” and “Hearty Welcome from Southern Brothers.” (Bernath Mss 205).
  • [Vietnam War]. Ashmore (Harry S.) Collection, ca. 1922-1997 [bulk dates 1950s-1980s]. Addresses and speeches, awards, biographical information, correspondence, writings, photographs, audiotapes and videotapes of the newspaperman, writer, editor-in-chief of Encyclopaedia Britannica, and executive for the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. Awarded the first double Pulitzer Prizes in history for distinguished service in the Little Rock school integration controversy of the 1950s. (Mss 155).
  • [Vietnam War]. Capps [Walter] Papers. Files, printed materials, and videotapes relating to UCSB Professor Walter Capps’ very popular course on the Vietnam War.
  • [Vietnam War]. 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 numerous programs relating to the Vietnam War and files of CSDI-sponsored trips by Harry Ashmore and and William C. Baggs to Hanoi in an effort to further a negotiated settlement of the war. (Mss 18).
  • [Vietnam War]. English (Robert A.) Collection, ca. 1967-1970. Mainly materials relating to the activities of the Community Council to End the War in Vietnam and other peace efforts in the Santa Barbara area. Included are correspondence, flyers, clippings, and scrapbooks. (SBHC Mss 5).
  • [Vietnam War]. 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).
  • [Vietnam War]. Sheinbaum (Stanley K.) Collection, ca. 1970s-2001. Articles about Sheinbaum, copy of oral history transcript with Joan Didion, and copy of oral history transcript by UCLA. Includes material about his association with CSDI and later New Perspectives magazine. Includes files, ca. latter 1970s-mid 1980s, kept by Stanley K. Sheinbaum mainly during his tenure as University of California Regent [1977-1989], at a time when UC was involved in divestment of South African investments, due to the political situation there. (Mss 217).
  • [Vietnam War]. U.S. Army Vietnam Propaganda Leaflets, ca. 1967-1968. 6 printed items. (SC 1108).
  • Vietnam War – British Ephemera Collection, 1972. (SC 892).
  • Vietnamese Propaganda, ca. 1966-1967. Three printed Vietnam War era items, including “Cease-Fire Order of the South Vietnam Liberation Armed Forces” and “What’s in it for you, G.I.” (SC 742).
  • Vietnamese Zhao Hill Tribe Ritual Book, [early-mid 1900s?]. 40 page ritual book, with handwritten Chinese characters, used by the Zhao Hill people of Yen Bai Province, Vietnam, to predict fortunes, to determine auspicious days (for marriage ceremonies, business transactions, etc.), to predict and control the weather, and to heal the sick. (SC 905).
  • “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).
  • “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).
  • “Views Near Manila” Album, ca. 1900. Bound volume with hand-colored collotypes of Philippine scenes. (Wyles Mss 121).
  • Vigilance Committee. One printed circular, re the Fugitive Slave Law. Boston, 3 Mar. 1851. (Wyles SC 707).
  • Villa (Esteban) Papers, 1974-2002. Original sketches, correspondence, exhibition announcements, collected writings, and research files of the Sacramento Chicano artist and muralist, and one of the founding members of the Royal Chicano Air Force, an artists’ cultural collective. (CEMA 50).
  • Vilnius [Lithuania] and Palestine Jewish Zionist Photograph Collection, 1930s. 62 b/w photographs, mostly snapshots. (SC 961).
  • Viramontes [Helena] Papers. Chicana writer. (CEMA 18).
  • Virgil (70-19 BC) [full name Publius Vergilius Maro]. Roman poet. Holdings include The XII Aeneids of Virgil (1632) in English [Spec PA6807.A5 V5], Opera nunc Emendatiora (1636) in Latin [Spec PA6801.A2 1636], The Works of Virgil (1697) translated into English by John Dryden [Spec PA6807.A1 D7 1697 vault], The Bucolicks of Virgil (1749) in Latin and English [Spec PA6804.A3 1749 vault], and Picturae Antiquissimi Virgiliani Codicis Bibliothecae Vaticanae (1782) [Spec ND3395.V4 P5 1776]. Fine press editions of Georgics of Virgil (1904) by Riverside Press [Printers Z239.R58 V4], Ecolgæ (1926) in Latin and German by Cranach Presse [Spec PA6804.A3 1926], The Georgics of Vergil (1931) by At the Sign of the Dolphin [Printers Z239.2.D5 V47], The Æneid (1944) by the Heritage Press [Printers Z239.H46 V57 1944], Les Bucoliques de Virgile (1953) in Latin and French [Spec PA6804.A3 1953b vault], The Georgics (1969) by the Folio Society [Spec PA6807.G4 M33], Les Géorgiques (1976) facsimile of a 1950 edition in Latin and French [Printers Z257.V57 1950a], and Vollständige Faksimile-Ausgabe im Originalformat von Codex Vaticanus Lat. 3225: Aus dem Besitz der Bibliotheca Apostolica Vaticana (1980) [Spec PA6804.A73 1980].
  • [Virginia]. Civil War Map. One hand-drawn map in pencil of Winchester, [VA], with location of various Union regiments, on the reverse of a printed broadside, “Carrier’s Annual Address to the Readers and Friends of the Wiinchester Republican, January 1, 1862.“ Includes note from a William S. Mathews that he found this in a printing office in Winchester, among other scattered things left there by the rebels. (Wyles SC 676).
  • [Virginia]. 18th Virginia Cavalry. One Confederate Civil War document: Complete Roster, [1862-1865]. (Wyles SC 23).
  • [Virginia]. One printed document, signed by Governor Walker of Virginia, re ratification by the General Assembly of the State of Virginia, of the 14th and 15th amendments to the Constitution of the United States. (Wyles SC 880).
  • Virginia Cavalry. 17th Regiment. One Civil War note (ANS) from Samuel Sheppard re removal of rails from fence. Near Moonfield Virginia, 10 Aug. 1864. (Wyles SC 534).
  • Von Boschan, Friedrich. One notebook with handcolored drawings and captions in German of Kitzbühel [Austria] ski resort, Dec. 27, 1931-Jan 13.1932. Von Boschan gave a collection of books to the UCSB Libraries, ca. 1967-1968, some of which are located in Special Collections. (SC 318).
  • 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).
  • [Voting]. Suffrage – 18-20 Year Old Voters in California, ca. 1970-1971. Clippings, correspondence, legal documents, and related material (some copies) pertaining to voter registration standards, tests, and procedures, including residency requirements, applied by California registrars to persons age 18-20. (SC 300).

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  • Wabash Railroad. One printed ticket form, for free seat in reclining chair car, 1906. (Wyles SC 502).
  • Wade [Benjamin F.] Correspondence, 1861, 1863, 1867. Three letters (ALS) relating to Benjamin F. [B. F.] Wade (1800-1878), abolitionist and Whig/Republican Senator from Ohio, 1851-1869. Wade was co-author of the Wade-Davis bill on reconstruction, which was pocket-vetoed by President Lincoln, and the subsequent Wade-Davis Manifesto. He often was at odds with Lincoln, who he held responsible for the slow progress of the Union in the Civil War. (Wyles SC 281).
  • Waite [Morrison R.] Collection, 1862, n.d. One Civil War era note (ANS), 1862, from Morrison R. Waite (1816-1888) re financial matters and one undated engraving of Waite. Waite later gained national attention in 1871 as a representative with the U.S. delegation to an international arbitration involving a dispute between the United States and Great Britain, over the outfitting of Confederate vessels in British ports. In the settlement, the United States was awarded $15.5 million. In 1874 Pres. Grant nominated Waite as Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, a position that had been vacated by Salmon P. Chase. He was confirmed by the Senate and served as Chief Justice until his death in 1888. (Wyles SC 282).
  • [Wales]. 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).
  • Walker, Francis A. [General; President, MIT]. One letter (ALS). Boston, 1 Jan. 1892. (Wyles SC 283).
  • 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).
  • Walker, Philip. One letter (ALS) from Phil Walker, Professor of French at UC Berkeley, to Harry [?], mentioning campus riots. Berkeley, CA, July 15, 1969. (SC 320).
  • Walker, Ralph H. Flyers and articles, ca. 1987-1988. (HPA SC 121).
  • [Walker, William]. First-hand account (pencil on paper), 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).
  • Wall, Bernhardt. Correspondence laid in Lincoln’s New Sale, ca. 1926, 1949. (Wyles SC 546).
  • Wall, Bernhardt. 16 etchings of various buildings where Lincoln lived, ca. 1920s-1930s. (Wyles SC 635).
  • [Wallace, Lew]. Circus Broadside, [ca. 1912]. Printed broadside of a two-feature event at the Palace Theatre, with Fiestas Trained Animal Circus and Lew Wallace’s “Ben Hur,” with lecture by Prof. Wayne. (SC 616).
  • Wallace [Lewis] Collection, 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. Also two clippings re Wallace writing Ben Hur, 1904-1905. (Wyles SC 285).
  • Wallace, William H. [Civil War Union General]. Correspondence, ca. 1828-1886. (Wyles SC 286).
  • Waller, M. A. One Civil War era letter (ALS) to his cousin, Dr. [?] Stont, re Southern sentiments at the end of the Civil War. Montgomery, 31 July [ca. 1865]. (Wyles SC 519).
  • Waller, Pickford (1849-1930). Sketchbook with 195 original color drawings, mainly of ornaments, by Pickford Waller, collector and designer of bookplates, 1921. (SC 321).
  • Waller, Sybil. Commonplace Book, with handwritten and printed quotations and poems, by Sybil Waller, English designer, interior decorator, and daughter of Pickford Waller, ca. 1910s. (SC 322).
  • Walls [Howard] Oral History, 1985-1986. Interviews re early 20th century Hollywood, with Max Sennett, D. W. Griffith, etc. Performing Arts Project. (OH 101).
  • Wallsten [Robert] Papers. Papers of the New York actor and writer, including correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks and literary manuscripts. Wallsten co-wrote the autobiography of Dame Judith Anderson. (PA Mss 43).
  • Walnut Park Tract, Santa Barbara, California. Abstract of Title, 1905. (SC 801).
  • Walter (H. A.) – India/Kashmir Photograph Album, 1912-1919. 252 b/w photos of the Walter family, mainly in India and Kashmir, including local scenes and people, especially around Srinigar and Lahore. Also, numerous photos of YMCA gatherings and groups, students and schools, as well as travels, including visits to the Taj Mahal and Fatehpur Sikri. (Bernath Mss 37).
  • Walton Family Photographs, 1907. Four glass plate negatives of the 50th anniversary of the Waltons, said to have run the first drygoods store in Santa Barbara. (SBHC Mss 74).
  • War Resisters League Collection, ca. 1942-1946. Seven pamphlets, American and British, most issued or reprinted by the War Resisters League (NY), including a biography of the organization; also the Central Board for Conscientious Objectors (London). (SC 625).
  • Ward, B. One letter (ALS) to Jonas Huddle, reflecting on the character of local "Yankie" (sic) residents. Cheyenne City, Dakota Territory, 8 Apr. 1868. (Wyles SC 287).
  • Ward, Ernest F. Typed and handwritten "Catalogue of Books belonging to E. F. Ward," also including lists of other family member, many titles religious in nature, n.d. (SC 319).
  • Ward, Lynd. One letter (ALS) from Lynd Ward, American artist, book illustrator, and Executive Secretary of the American Artists Congress, a New York-based group formed in 1936 to oppose the spread of fascism, to Art Young, Honorary Chairman of the group, re an inspring talk given by Young to the group. New York, June 19, [ca. latter 1930s]. (SC 323).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Warmoth [Arthur] Papers, 1974. Drafts and notes for Humanistic Perspective, vol. II, a textbook edited by Warmoth. (HPA Mss 40).
  • Warren, Earl (Chief Justice, U.S. Supreme Court). One holograph speech re new UCSB campus, [ca. 1956]. (SC 324).
  • Warren, Earl (Governor of California). One letter (TLS) to Victor G. Loly re recommendation to State Board of Cosmetology. Sacramento, December 19, 1947. (SC 539).
  • Warren, Jon[athan]. One letter (ALS), to Mrs. A. E. Warren, saying he has enclosed a check for $50 for her and her late husband’s children, 7 Mar. 1865. Also one receipt (ADS) for a hay spreader, 19 June 1863. Both laid in Address to his Excellency John A. Andrew (Wyles E513 .M4244 1864). (Wyles SC 131).
  • Warren (Leonard) Collection. Papers and recordings of noted operatic baritone Leonard Warren. (PA Mss 64).
  • Warren, Robert Penn. Autograph from American author Robert Penn Warren, on postcard sent to Ken E. Gerkort, Harvard, NE, November 27, 1972. (SC 325).
  • Washburn, Cadwallader Colden. One letter (ALS) from Washburn (politician, soldier, businessman and founder of what would become General Mills) to Will (?). Washington, [D.C.], 18 Dec. 1858. (Wyles SC 288).
  • Washburn, J. One four-page Civil War letter (ALS) from J. Washburn to his brother, defending the Confederacy, about a month after the attack on Fort Sumter. Washburn had recently visited his brother, possibly in Princeton, and he describes at length the opposing views that the two have on causes for the differences between the South and the North. Savannah, GA, May 16, 1861. (Wyles SC 289).
  • [Washington]. 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).
  • 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].
  • Washington, Booker T. (1856-1915). One letter (TLS) from Booker T. Washington, American educator, orator, author and leader of the African-American community, on Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute stationery, to Charlotte Bowditch, noting he is to speak in Santa Barbara the following Tuesday. Los Angeles, March 20, 1914. (SC 326).
  • Washington (D.C.) Gestalt Center. Leaflets, 1976-1977. (HPA SC 133).
  • [Washington, George]. One printed engraving of George Washington in uniform, by A. B. Durand, from the full-length portrait by Col. Trumbull, belonging to Yale College, [ca. 1800s]. (SC 804).
  • Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society Collection, ca. 1940s-1970s. Tracts and pamphlets by the Jehovah’s Witnesses publishers, with titles such as: “End of Axis Powers,” “God and State,” and “Refugees.” (ARC Mss 62).
  • [Water]. California Coastal Commission Collection, 1976-1981. (SBHC Mss 39).
  • [Water]. Community Development and Conservation Collection (CDCC), ca. 1895-1980s. Seven boxes on water, including Santa Barbara area, in the subject files. (SBHC Mss 1).
  • [Water]. County Resource Management Office (CRMO) Collection. (SBHC Mss 25).
  • [Water]. 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).
  • [Water]. 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).
  • [Water]. Romaine (Lawrence B.) Trade Catalog Collection, ca. 1850-1968. Seven boxes on water (incl. canals, dams and irrigation systems, heaters, home water systems – filters and softeners, drinking and purification, meters and regulators, municipal water supply, pumps and water supply systems, sewage treatment, storage tanks and tubs, wells, and wheels). Also 28 boxes on plumbing and nine boxes on pumps. (Mss 107).
  • [Water]. Rypins [Alice B.] Papers, 1960, 1970-1980s [bulk dates 1970-1983]. Mainly local government publications, newsletters, pamphlets and other files relating to Santa Barbara area water projects. Alice Rypins (1910-1998) was a City of Santa Barbara, Board of Water Commissioner and a City Council member. (SBHC Mss 3).
  • [Water]. Santa Barbara Water Resources Collection, ca. 1959-1984. Files relating to Santa Barbara area water districts, groundwater, and hourly precipitation records. (SBHC Mss 16).
  • [Water]. Shewzyk (Patricia) Papers, ca. 1975-1985 [bulk dates 1981-1985]. Mainly Goleta Water District Board of Directors’ meeting packets, and some related files, including records of various committees, from Shewzyk, President and Director of the Goleta Water District. (SBHC Mss 4).
  • [Water]. UCSB Public History Interviews, 1978. Mainly interviews with Santa Barbara area fire department, forest service, and government employees re fires and firefighting. Also some interviews re water issues and the 1925 Santa Barbara earthquake. (OH 76).
  • [Water]. UCSB Public History Project – Water. Interviews conducted by UCSB graduate students as a class project in the public history program. (OH 78).
  • [Watergate]. Photocopy of a letter (TLS) from Les Whitten to Harry [?] re Watergate era burn bags, together with a brown paper bag containing red printing: “FBI BURN BAG, FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY, PATRICK GRAY, ACTING DIRECTOR.” Washington, D.C., 1973. (SC 512).
  • Watkins Family Photograph Album, ca. 1913. 46 black and white photographs, some albumens, with images of a rural family, sev. of children, the farmstead, horses, buggies, new farm house, log cabins, mountains, waterfall, river, woman with rifle and pistol in holster, antler stack, hay baling, and train at Red Bluff [CA?], with African American boy in background, likely selling wares to passengers. (Wyles SC 1087).
  • Watkins, Louis D. [Civil War Union General]. One Civil War letter (ALS) re recruiting Kentucky troops. Louisville, 8 July 1865. (Wyles SC 290).
  • 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).
  • Watson and Moderwell Families Collection, ca. 1893, 1906. Typescript family record, with genealogical information and transcriptions of letters mainly relating to life in late 18th century Virginia. Also, a notebook with handwritten information about the Moderwell, McCracken, Kelly, Watson, and Haymond families, and an account by Erastus Cratty Moderwell of his life, including his service during the Civil War. (Wyles Mss 18).
  • Watts [Alan] Papers. Includes approximately ninety audio recordings of programs given by Alan Watts and recorded at the Esalen Institute and by Pacifica Radio, among other sources. (HPA Mss 41).
  • “W. B. Thorpe’s ’98 Republican Campaign Songs.” Satirical reworking of popular songs of the day, including such titles as “Take Your Three Crank Platforms and Begone.” (SC 871).
  • Weaver, Jacob J. One letter (ALS) to Mrs. Wilmot G. Holmes. Uniontown, Maryland, 24 April 1905. (Wyles SC 280).
  • Webb (Margaret Ely) Collection, ca. 1920s-1950s. Correspondence, Christmas greetings and watercolor sketches by Santa Barbara book artist, book plate designer, and printmaker Margaret Ely Webb (1877-1965), as well as essays by/about her. (SC 328).
  • Weber, Max (1881-1961). One letter (ALS) from Polish-American painter Max Weber, to a Miss Van Denburg, [1915], re his booklet on Cubist poems, and an exhibition catalog from Montross Gallery, 1917. Laid in Weber’s Essays on Art. (SC 327).
  • Webster, Daniel (1782-1852). Autograph of American statesman Daniel Webster, on envelope with Washington, D.C. stamp, Mar. 13, [1842]. (SC 330).
  • Webster, Fletcher [1812-1862; Assistant Secretary of State, 1841-1842]. Four letters (ALS), ca. 1841, 1854, re various personal and governmental matters such as military commissions and printing of laws of Congress. (Wyles SC 292).
  • Webster [Mary Beth] Papers. 1986. Slide presentation called “Portraits of Peacemakers,” including slides and transcript. (HPA Mss 42).
  • Weimar Germany Collection, ca. 1932. Black and white picture postcards, Belvedere and Tiefurt castles and other unidentified buildings, admission tickets, and other ephemera. (SC 689).
  • Weingand et al, v. County et al (Channel Island Drilling) Collection. (SBHC Mss 31).
  • Weld, Theodore D. One letter (ALS) from American abolitionist Weld (1803-1895) to Massachusetts antislavery leader and legislator F. W. [Francis William] Bird, sending best wishes and regrets he cannot be with him on his 75th birthday. Hyde Park, 20 Oct. 1884. (Wyles SC 293).
  • Wells, H. G. (1866-1946) [full name Herbert George Wells]. English writer. Holdings include Text-Book of Biology (1893) [Spec PR5774.T4 1893], The Time Machine (1895) [Spec PR5774.T5 1895], The Stolen Bacillus (1895) [Spec PR5774.S86 1895], The Wonderful Visit (1895) [Spec PR5774.W57 1895], The Island of Dr. Moreau (1896) [Spec PR5774.W45 1896], The Wheels of Chance (1896) [Spec PR5774.W45 1896], The Invisible Man (1897) [Spec PR5774.I5 1897], Thirty Strange Stories (1897) [Spec PR5774.T46 1897 vault], The Plattner Story (1897) [Spec PR5774.P52 1897], The War of the Worlds (1898) [Spec PR5774.W34 1898], When the Sleeper Wakes (1899) [Spec PR5774.W46 1899], Love and Mr. Lewisham (1899) [Spec PR5774.L6 1899], Tales of Space and Time (1900) [Spec PR5774.T36 1900], The First Men in the Moon (1901) [Spec PR5774.F58], The Discovery of the Future (1902) [Spec PR5774.D57 1902b], The Sea Lady: A Tissue of Moonshine (1902) [Spec PR5774.S2 1902], Twelve Stories and a Dream (1903) [Spec PR5774.T84 1903], The Food of the Gods (1904) [Spec PR5774.F65], Kipps: The Story of a Simple Soul (1905) [Spec PR5774.K55 1905], A Modern Utopia (1905) [Spec PR5774.M6], Socialism and the Family (1906) [Spec PR5774.S6 1906], In the Days of the Comet (1906) [Spec PR5774.I43 1906], The Future in America: A Search After Realities (1906) [Spec PR5774.F8], This Misery of Boots (1907) [Spec PR5774.T47 1907], New Worlds for Old (1908) [Spec PR5774.N44], The Door in the Wall (1911) [Spec PR5774.D6 1911], The Country of the Blind (1911) [Spec PR5774.C6 1911], Floor Games (1911) [Spec PR5774.F59 1911], Marriage (1912) [Spec PR5774.M25 1912], Little Wars (1913) [Spec PR5774.L5], The World Set Free (1914) [Spec PR5774.W67 1914], The Wife of Sir Isaac Harman (1914) [Spec PR5774.W5 1914], An Englishman Looks at the World (1914) [Spec PR5774.E5 1914], The War That Will End War (1914) [Spec PR5774.W35], Bealby: A Holiday (1915) [Spec PR5774.B41 1915], What is Coming? A Forecast of Things After the War (1916) [Spec PR5774.W44 1916], God, the Invisible King (1917) [Spec PR5774.G63 1917 and Darwin BT101.W4 1917b], The Outline of History (1919) [Spec PR5774.O87 1919 and Darwin D21.W39], The Idea of a League of Nations (1919) [Spec PR5774.I34], Russia in the Shadows (1920) [Spec PR5774.R87 1920], The Secret Places of the Heart (1922) [Spec PR5774.S24 1922], A Short History of the World (1922) [Spec PR5774.S53], The Dream (1924) [Spec PR5774.D7 1924], Tales of the Unexpected (1924) [Spec PR5774.T38 1924], The Story of a Great Schoolmaster (1924) [Spec PR5774.S78 1924], Mr. Blettsworthy on Rampole Island (1928) [Spec PR5774.M49 1928], The Way the World is Going (1928) [Spec PR5774.W377 1928], The Adventures of Tommy (1929) [Spec PR5774.A34 1929 vault], The King Who Was a King (1929) [Spec PR5774.K5 1929], The Autocracy of Mr. Parham (1930) [Spec PR5774.A8 1930], The Problem of the Troublesome Collaborator (1930) [Spec PR5774.P76 1930 vault], The Open Conspiracy (1930) [Spec PR5774.O6 1930], the four-volume set The Science of Life (1931) with Julian Huxley [Spec PR5774.S18], The Work, Wealth, and Happiness of Mankind (1932) [Spec PR5774.W58 1932], The Scientific Romances of H.G. Wells (1933) [Spec PR5771 1933], The Living Body (1934) with Julian Huxley [Darwin QP34.W44 1934], Evolution: Fact and Theory (1934) with Julian Huxley [Darwin QH366.W45 1934], Reproduction, Heredity, and the Development of Sex (1935) with Julian Huxley [Darwin QP251.W4 1935], Man’s Mind and Behaviour (1937) with Julian Huxley [Darwin BF131.W45 1937], Biology of the Human Race (1937) with Julian Huxley [Darwin QP33.5.W45 1937], Brynhild (1937) [Spec PR5774.B78 1937], The Camford Visitation (1937) [Spec PR5774.C3], World Brain (1938) [Spec PR5774.W585 1938], The Brothers (1938) [Spec PR5774.B7 1938], Apropos of Dolores (1938) [Spec PR5774.A67 1938], The Holy Terror (1939) [Spec PR5774.H6 1939], All Aboard for Ararat (1940) [Spec PR5774.A4 1940], The New World Order (1940) [Spec PR5774.N42], Babes in the Darkling Wood (1940) [Spec PR5774.B25 1940], Crux Ansata: An Indictment of the Roman Catholic Church (1944) [Spec PR5774.C73 1944b], Mind at the End of Its Tether (1945) [Spec PR5774.M475], The Desert Daisy (1957) [Spec PR5774.D46], The Wealth of Mr. Waddy (1969) [Spec PR5774.W47], and The Complete Science Fiction Treasury of H.G. Wells (1978) [Spec PR5771 1978]. Fine press editions of The Time Machine by Random House (1931) [Spec PR5774.T5 1931a and Printers Z239.R3 W44 1931], the Limited Editions Club (1964) [Printers Z239.L5 W44 1964], and the Heritage Press (1964) [Spec PR5774.T5 1964]; The Treasure in the Forest (1936) by the Press of the Woolly Whale [Printers Z239.W66 W44]; The Country of the Blind (1939) by the Golden Cockerel Press [Spec PR5774.C6 1939 vault]; Tono-Bungay (1960) by the Limited Editions Club [Printers Z239.L5 W445 1960); The War of the Worlds by the Limited Editions Club (1964) [Printers Z239.L5 W44 1964] and the Heritage Press (1964) [Spec PR5774.T5 1964]; and The Invisible Man (1967) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PR5774.I5 1967].
  • Wells, Herbert George. Author’s original typescript manuscripts for "The Problem of the Troublesome Collaborator" [1930] and "The Business of Mankind," n.d. (SC 331).
  • Wells, H[erbert] G[eorge]. One letter (ALS) to an unnamed woman, re her gift to him, projects he is working, and upcoming travels. Spade House, Sandgate, [U.K.], 1 June 1904. (SC 579).
  • Wells, Herbert George. One note (ANS) from Wells, saying he doesn’t do autographs “… but in England just now we have a sort of kindness for Canada,” likely alluding to war support. Feb. 1916. (SC 333).
  • Wells [Herbert George] Collection, 1930. One note (ANS), one signed letter (ALS), and three unsigned letters (TL) by Wells’ secretary, all to Augustine Birrell, English politician, barrister, academic and author. [London], 1930. (SC 332).
  • Wells, Robert G. [Civil War Union Lieutenant, New York 10th Infantry, Recruiting Office]. 14 Civil War documents (ADS), including vouchers for office supplies, police utensils, recruiting supplies, and commutation of quarters (lodging), 1863-1864. (Wyles SC 555).
  • Wendell (Charles) Arabic Volumes, ca. 1800s-1900s. Seven bound manuscript and printed volumes in Arabic script, some illuminated by hand, including works on Islamic architecture and religion. (Mss 199).
  • [West Indies]. Dellenbaugh [Frederick S.] Cruise Journal, 1906. Trip to West Indies, Venezuela, and Florida. (Wyles SC 983).
  • [West Indies]. Hiss (Philip Hanson) Photograph Collection, 1939-early 1940s. 120+ black/white professional photographs of people and scenes in Aruba, Bali, Bonaire, Curacao, Hawaii, Saba, St. Eustatius, St. Martin, and Surinam, taken by Philip Hanson Hiss (1910-1988), ca. 1939-early 1940s. Hiss was a photographer, author, and world traveler who, during World War II, served in the Office of Strategic Service (OSS). (Bernath Mss 76).
  • [West Indies]. Siddell [Robert] Collection, ca. 1903-1922. More than 200 picture postcards from a 1909 trip to South America (Guyana – then British, Dutch, and French Guiana) and the West Indies (Antigua, Barbados, Bermuda, Dominica, Martinique, Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Vincent, Trinidad, Virgin Islands – then the Danish West Indies), as well as Canada, the U.S. and Turkey (Constantinople). Also, letters, photographs, and ephemera, some relating to the American College for Girls in Constantinople during and just after World War I. (Mss 110).
  • West Indies Photograph Album, ca. 1910s. (Bernath Mss 247).
  • West Indies Photograph Album, 1937. 33 b/w photos of street scenes and countryside in Martinique, Barbados, St. Georges (Grenada), Caracas (Venezuela), Curacao, Cartagena (Colombia), Panama, Trinidad, and St. Thomas (Virgin Islands). (SC 837).
  • [West Virginia]. Hazen, Allen. Photocopy of a typescript manuscript, abridged from the original, “Journal from Wheeling down the Ohio and Mississippi, 1817.” (Wyles SC 105).
  • [West Virginia]. 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).
  • [West Virginia]. Primitive Baptist Association Annual Session Minutes, ca. 1940s-1960s. Printed annual session minutes for Primitive Baptist associations, arranged alphabetically by name of the association, located in several states including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. (ARC Mss 53).
  • [West Virginia]. Works Progress Administration of West Virginia Photograph Collection, 1936. 41 black and white photographs in album and 15 loose, relating to a WPA children’s program. Includes a few of African-American children from [Wheeling?]. (Mss 262).
  • Western Americana and Californiana. Extensive holdings of printed materials, many in the Wyles Collection, but also including the J. J. Mitchell, Ruth Comfort Mitchell (California writer), and Charles Snow (prolific blind California author of westerns) collections.
  • [Western Landscapes]. Four handcolored photographs, n.d. (Wyles SC 877).
  • 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 (Juneau, 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).
  • [Western Picture Postcards]. Two b/w photos: log bridge on the Oregon and Overland Trail, and a Pony Express stable, ca. late 1800s-early 1900s. (Wyles SC 876).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Westra [Dorothy] Papers, 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).
  • Whalen, Philip. One letter (ALS) from Phil [Whalen] to Tom [Clark?] re a review being printed and Whalen’s trip to Rome. Zen Center, San Francisco, Sept. 9, 1983. (SC 334).
  • [Whaling]. 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).
  • [Whaling]. 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).
  • [Whaling]. Pierson, L. E. One letter (ALS) to Pierson’s brother re whaling. Sandwich Islands, n.d. (Wyles SC 176).
  • [Whaling]. Shippee [William Henry] Whaling Correspondence, 1860-1862. Mainly to father. (Wyles SC 991).
  • Whaling Ship Almira Account Books, 1866-1870. (Wyles Mss 110).
  • 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).
  • Wharton [Gabriel Colvin] Railroad Collection, ca. 1850s, 1867-1880s. Correspondence, financial records legal documents, and reports relating to Wharton’s career as a civil engineer specializing in railroad construction. Includes material for Baltimore & Ohio Rail Road Co.; Manasses Gap R. R. Company; Norfolk & Western Railroad Company; Orange & Alexandria Rail Road Co.; South Side R. R. Company; Southern Express Company; and the Virginia, Kentucky & Ohio Railroad. (Wyles Mss 105).
  • Wharton [Robert S.] Brazilian Correspondence, 1868. One lengthy letter [ALS] from Wharton, former Civil War Union officer and traveler, to his sister Lizzie Wharton of Pennsylvania. The letter includes nine sketches, some in color, and describes life among Confederate expatriates who have settled in remote sections of the Brazilian countryside. (Wyles SC 964).
  • Wheeler, E. G. [Major Comdg. Post, C.S.A.]. One Civil War handwritten telegram to Captain D. D. Sandidge re lack of news about Union troop movements. Okolona, Mississippi, 10 July 1863. (Wyles SC 239).
  • [Wheeler, Harvey]. Correspondence, presentations, publications, and audiovisual materials relating to Wheeler’s involvement with the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) may be found in the CSDI Collection (Mss 18).
  • Wheeler [Harvey] Oral History. (OH 102).
  • Wheeler (Harvey) Papers, ca. 1940s-1990s [bulk dates 1950s-1970s]. Correspondence, writings, and administrative files, mainly relating to Wheeler’s long-term association with the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. (Mss 201).
  • Wheeler, William A. One Civil War letter (ALS) from United States, Quartermaster General’s Office, re contract for horses. Washington, [D.C.], 15 July 1861. (Wyles SC 271).
  • [Whig Publication]. Uncut pages from a Tennessee Whig tract, n.d. (Wyles SC 863).
  • 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).
  • Whistler, James A. Two engraved maps of Anacapa Island, by artist Whistler, 1854. (SC 703).
  • White, Edward L[ucas] (1866-1934). Two letters (ALS) and accompanying newspaper clipping, from American author and poet Edward Lucas White, to Santa Barbara resident Roger Boutell, thanking him for his appreciation of his (White’s) work, 1925-1927. (SC 526).
  • White, Edward Lucas (1866-1934). Typescript four page carbon re the Robertson brothers, adventurers and merchants in Paraguay, as noted in the dedication to Edward Lucas White’s El Supremo: A Romance of the Great Dictator of Paraguay (1916). (SC 549).
  • White Lotus Foundation (Santa Barbara, CA). Flyer, 1987. (HPA SC 122).
  • White [Nelson H.] Papers, 1969-1999 [bulk dates 1980-1995]. Collected self-published works on ceremonial magic by Nelson H. White of Technology Group publications. Collection includes some unpublished material. (ARC Mss 25).
  • White, Stewart Edward (1873-1947). One mimeograph copy of an untitled 156 page work by American author and one-time (1903) Santa Barbara resident, Stewart Edward White. Includes chapter headings such as “Creative Living,” “Discomfort and Unhappiness,” and “The Group Idea.” Burlingame, CA, Dec. 1, 1933. (SC 335).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Whiting, William B. [Commodore]. One letter (ALS) to his cousin. Dearfield, Wisconsin, 14 Apr. 1874. (Wyles SC 266).
  • Whitlock, Brand. One note (ANS), from Ohio municipal reformer, diplomat, journalist and author Brand Whitlock, conveying best wishes to unknown recipient. Cannes, 5 May 1931. (SC 337).
  • Whitman [Ralph] Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Papers, 1904-1913. (Bernath Mss 300).
  • 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].
  • [Whitman, Walt]. Collection of ephemera relating to Walt Whitman, including engraved portraits, publication and lecture notices, ca. 1880s-1890s. (SC 338).
  • Whitman [Walt] Engravings. Two framed engravings of Whitman, “From the Walt Whitman Collection of Charles E. Feinberg.” (Mss 235).
  • 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).
  • Whitney [Frances Ann] Scrapbook, ca. 1858-1866. Includes Civil War clippings, poems and other writings. (Wyles SC 54).
  • 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].
  • Whittier, John Greenleaf (1807-1892). One letter (ALS) from American Quaker poet and abolitionist Whittier, to General Vallejo, addressed as “Dear friend,”saying problems with his eyesight limits what he can write but he is happy to supply the verses requested. Danvers, MA, 25 Jan. 1880. (SC 339).
  • Whittier [John Greenleaf] Collection, 1861-1883, n.d. Eight items, including two letters (ALS) to Whittier re requests for autograph and opinion about correspondent’s poetry, one 1883 letter (ALS) from him re letters he received in memory of an unknown individual, lists, and one cabinet size portrait. (SC 340).
  • Whyte, Annie Glenn. Diary of a young woman who lived with her family near Pottstown, PA and who describes her daily life, social engagements, and includes mention of abolitionist riots, 1857-1858. (Wyles SC 469).
  • 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).
  • [Wild West Shows]. W. Parker Lyon Wild West Shows. One letter (ALS) on letterhead stationery, to Elmer (?), conveying best wishes to Jack (John J.) Mitchell and the Rancheros Vistadores, n.d. (Wyles SC 869).
  • 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].
  • 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).
  • Wilke [William Hancock] Collection, early 1900s. Examples of illuminations and book plates Wilke did for the press of John Henry Nash, as well as numerous drawings and water colors of San Francisco scenes, and two original posters for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. (Printers Mss 23).
  • William Edwin Rudge [Firm] Collection, ca. 1903-1983 [bulk dates 1940s-1950s]. Business records and personal papers of William E. Rudge, his family, his printing firm, and associates. (Printers Mss 2).
  • William [Maurice] – Sun Yat-Sen Collection, ca. 1931-1939. Eight articles, pamphlets, memorial service program, and other material related to Maurice William’s work and influence on Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, “Father of the Chinese Republic.” Laid in William’s Sun Yat-Sen (1932). (SC 343).
  • Williams [Arthur] Peking, China Photograph Album, ca. 1900-1905. (Bernath Mss 212).
  • 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).
  • Williams [Samuel L.] Papers. African American attorney and former Deputy Attorney General, State of California. (CEMA 59).
  • Williams, Tennessee. Typescript (mainly carbons) of scenes from Tennessee Williams’ one-act play "Ten Blocks on the Camino Real," which was written in 1946, published in 1948, and expanded in the 1952 “Camino Real” version. Also, related notes, including one from literary agent Audrey Wood, 1950. (SC 344).
  • Williams, William Carlos (1883-1963). One signed typescript poem, "The Stone Crock," by American poet William Carlos Williams, n.d. (SC 759).
  • [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).
  • Wills, Mary H. Strip of three photographs found in Wills’ A Winter in California (F 866 W73). (SC 1064).
  • Willson [Charles Devon] Collection, ca. 1918-1925. Mainly correspondence to Willson, manager of the El Mirasol Hotel in Santa Barbara, about hotel matters. Includes some correspondence relating to the 1925 earthquake. (SC 701).
  • [Willson, Lawrence]. 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).
  • Willson [Lawrence] Oral History. Interviews with the UCSB professor of English and Henry D. Thoreau scholar. (OH 1).
  • Willson [Lawrence] Papers, ca. 1912-1995. Contains research files relating to Lawrence Willson’s scholarly interests, including Henry D. Thoreau and American literature, as well as copies of his articles and reviews, correspondence, photographs, and files relating to the Thoreau Society, Phi Beta Kappa, early teaching assignments, and the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he taught in the English Department for many years. (UArch FacP 21).
  • 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).
  • Wilson, Henry [U.S. Senator, Vice President]. Clipping of Civil War speech in the Senate, 21 Feb. 1863. (Wyles SC 299).
  • Wilson, James Grant. One letter (ALS), on Hudson-Fulton Celebration Commission stationery, to Joseph H. Choate (American lawyer and diplomat, 1832-1917) requesting him to speak. New York, 22 May 1909. (Wyles SC 279).
  • Wilson, James Grant [Civil War Union General]. One letter (ALS). New York, 17 Feb. 1892. (Wyles SC 300).
  • Wilson-McAdoo Collection, ca. 1859-1967. Three series: (1) Personal papers and records of President Woodrow Wilson’s daughters Eleanor Wilson McAdoo, her husband William Gibbs McAdoo, and their two children Ellen Wilson Mcadoo Henshaw and Mary Faith McAdoo Haddad; (2) Personal papers and records of President Woodrow Wilson, his first wife Ellen Axson Wilson, and their two children Margarent Woodrow Wilson and Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre; (3) Correspondence, newspaper clippings, and photographs of the Wilson family, and typescripts of Eleanor Wilson McAdoo’s three books. (Bernath Mss 18).
  • Wilson Peace Trip Photograph Album, 1918-1919. 113 b/w photos documenting President Woodrow Wilson’s trip to Europe to present his peace plan to end the Great War (World War I), at the Paris Peace Conference. This volume (no. 2 only) includes images of the voyage to Europe, as well as images of his stops in Great Britain (Dec. 1918) and in Italy (Jan. 1919). (Bernath Mss 27).
  • Wilson [W. G.] South America Cruise Photograph Album, 1930. (Bernath Mss 128).
  • [Wilson, Woodrow]. Gospodicni Wilsonovi. One bound volume, with numerous signatures by Slovene women, pleading their cause to Woodrow Wilson’s daughter [Eleanor Wilson McAdoo?]. Ljubljana, Marca, [Slovenia], 1919. (SC 659).
  • [Wilson, Woodrow]. One note (ANS), verifying the signatures of Woodrow Wilson, Marshall Foch, and Hanford McNider in a copy of The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Laid in the New Testament… Long Beach, California, Sept. 11, 1930. (SC 627).
  • [Wilson, Woodrow]. Truman, Harry S. One b&w photo of Truman greeting the New Zealand prime minister at San Francisco, 1945; one letter (TLS) to G. William Gahagan, thanking him for booklets and noting Gahagan’s mother is sister of Jay Wilson, 1953; and one letter (TLS) to James Woodrow, stating there should be a permanent memorial for Woodrow Wilson, akin to those for Jefferson and Lincoln, 1961. (SC 309).
  • Wilson [Woodrow] Photograph, 1923. One b/w framed portrait of Woodrow Wilson, Harris & Ewing, photographers (Washington, D.C.). Inscription reads: "To my darling Nell, With love from her father, Woodrow Wilson, 1923." (Bernath Mss 28).
  • Winant, John G. One letter (TLS) from New Hampshire politician Winant to Lawrence S. Mayo, re help in editing and publishing the diary of Winant’s brother Cornelius. Concord, N.H., April 23, 1929. (SC 345).
  • Winchester, England. 15 engravings of Winchester, England (town, cathedral, Market Cross, and other), ca. late 1700s to mid 1800s. (SC 621).
  • Winslow [Charles F.] Photograph Collection, 1860s-1870s. 29 cartes de visite, with inscriptions, of Dr. Charles F. Winslow and others, many from Lima, Peru. (Wyles SC 985).
  • [Wisconsin]. Curti, Merle. One letter (TLS) from University of Wisconsin professor Curti to UCSB history professor Wilbur Jacobs, re Jacobs’ treatment of Frederick Jackson Turner’s frontier theory. Madison, Wisconsin, 26 Oct. 1967. (SC 69).
  • [Wisconsin]. Eldredge, Charles Augustus. One Civil War era letter (ALS) to Vincent Roberts, re McClellan report and other documents, Mar. 2, 1864. Also, biographical notes about Eldredge, a lawyer and Democrat Congressman from Wisconsin, 1863-1875. (Wyles SC 901).
  • [Wisconsin]. Gibson, Charles W. One letter (ALS) from a Civil War Union soldier, Co. H., 14th Wisconsin Volunteers, 1863. (Wyles SC 892).
  • [Wisconsin]. Himoe [Stephen O.] Diaries, 1862-1865. Two Civil War diaries, with a short autobiographical sketch of Himoe, a surgeon with the 15th Wisconsin Infantry. (Wyles SC 513).
  • [Wisconsin]. Rood, Amos D. [Lieutenant, Wisconsin Infantry, 7th Regiment (Vol), Co. K.]. Reminiscences derived from Civil War diaries, 1861-1866. Written ca. 1906. (Wyles SC 514).
  • [Wisconsin]. Whiting, William B. [Commodore]. One letter (ALS) to his cousin. Dearfield, Wisconsin, 14 Apr. 1874. (Wyles SC 266).
  • Wise, Henry Alexander [U.S. minister to Brazil, 1844-1847; Governor of Virginia, 1856-1859; one of last acts as Governor was signing death warrant of John Brown]. One letter (ALS) from J[ames] C. Pickett to Wise, forwarding a letter from another party re information about moving to Brazil. Washington City, 28 Nov. 1848. (Wyles SC 529).
  • Wittenstein [George J.] Oral History. Interviews re personal and family history, and White Rose resistance movement in Nazi Germany. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 103).
  • Wolchik [Sharlene], and Paul Karoly Collection, 1986. Proof of Children of Divorce. (HPA Mss 43).
  • Wolcott, William. Album, with holographic letters and remembrances, apparently from fellow members of the Yale class of 1828. (SC 733).
  • 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Alternative Press Collection. ca. 1966-1977. Mainly U.S. newspapers, with an emphasis on California. Includes titles such as: Ain’t I a Woman? Feminist Voice; Woman’s World; Women’s Liberation; Women’s Page; and The Women’s Street Theater (Mss 169). Longer runs of serials such as Big Mama Rag, Lesbian Tide, The Missing Link, Plexus, and Zone, have been cataloged separately.
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. American Religions Collection. More than 30,000 books, as well as a large number of serials and approximately 1,000 linear feet of manuscripts mainly relating to 20th century non-traditional religions and splinter groups of larger religious bodies in North America. Includes material on issues such as abortion, birth control, church attitudes toward gay/lesbian relationships, and ordination of women.
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. American Women for International Understanding Records. Minutes, scrapbooks, and correspondence, and reports of delegations designed to develop international understanding and to foster personal and organizational relationships among women throughout the world through study, travel, and symposia. (Mss 227).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Anderson (Dame Judith) Collection, ca. 1915-1980s. Scripts, photographs, scrapbooks, and correspondence of the Australian-born actress noted for her stage, radio, and television work, particularly her Shakespearean roles (including the role of Hamlet), and who retired to Santa Barbara. (PA Mss 6).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Anglemyer (Philinda Rand) Philippines Collection, ca. 1901-1907. 159 b/w photographs (including a few cyanotypes), copies of a journal and correspondence, and related material of a Radcliffe graduate who taught English in the Philippines in the early 1900s. Includes images of students, missionaries, local people, buildings, and scenes especially in the areas around Silay and Lingayen, and Manila. (Bernath Mss 102).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Bacon [Elizabeth Grew] Oral History, 1976-1977. Life history of an English suffragette who moved to California. Subjects include suffrage, Margaret Sanger, birth control movement, Anglo-Irish relations, Greenwich Village, Pasadena Playhouse, and Santa Barbara. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 17).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Ballitore Family Papers, ca. 1605-1917 [bulk dates 1770-1859]. Mainly correspondence of the Irish Quaker Shackleton, Leadbetter, and Barrington families of Ballitore, Ireland. The bulk of the collection relates to Mary Leadbetter. (Mss 4).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Bowers [Ellen] Oral History, 1975. Interviews with the UCSB Dean of Women, re her career 1934-1974, including a stint during WWII when the Dept. of the Interior requested her services as administrator of temporary housing in Washington, D.C., for wartime employees. (OH 20).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. California Equal Suffrage Association Collection, ca. 1906-1918. 14 printed pamphlets and flyers, with titles such as “Justice to California Women,” “Women under California Laws,” “Why California Women Should Vote,” and “New Laws in Suffrage States.” (SC 348).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. California Feminist Presses Collection. Copies of printed works mainly by southern California presses, including Bluestocking Books, Clothespin Fever Press, Odd Girls Press, Post-Apollo Press, Trilogy Books, Wildcat Press, and Women’s Institute for Continuing Jewish Education.
  • [Women/Women’s 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, public policy, religion, and science and technology in modern society, and the social and political role of women throughout the world. Included are materials relating to CSDI leaders such as Robert Hutchins, Harry Ashmore, Elisabeth Mann Borgese, W. H. Ferry, Frank Kelly, Stanley K. Sheinbaum, and Harvey Wheeler. (Mss 18).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Chandler [Russell] Collection, ca. 1960s-1990. About 300 files with correspondence, articles, newsletters, press releases, clippings, research notes, photographs, drafts and copies of Chandler’s own articles, and related materials, ca. 1960s-1990, with the bulk from the 1970s and 1980s when Chandler was a religion writer for the Los Angeles Times. The files are arranged alphabetically and include a mix of topics, people, and religious groups. Included are files such as: Abortion, Abuse/Incest, Battered Kids, Evolution/Creation, Gay Clergy, Homosexual Issues, Marriage, Pornography, Sexuality, and Women’s Pastoral. (ARC Mss 2).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Chang (Iris) Papers, 1923-2002 [bulk dates 1980-1995]. Research and other materials of the Chinese American author, whose works include Thread of the Silkworm and The Rape of Nanking. (CEMA 39).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Comisión Feminil Mexicana Nacional (CFMN) Archives, 1967-1997 [bulk dates 1970-1990]. Files of the CFMN, a national organization of women, founded in 1970 to enhance and promote the image of Chicana/Latina women in all levels of society. Today there are local chapters that are active, but the national organization is defunct. (CEMA 30).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Community Development and Conservation Collection (CDCC), ca. 1895-1980s. Also known as the Pearl Chase Collection, focusing on Santa Barbara history in the 20th century. Pearl Chase was a prominent activist, concerned about numerous issues such as American Indian rights, architecture, low cost housing, land use, planning, and public health. The papers include files on hundreds of organizations such as: American Association of University Women; American Association on Indian Affairs; Better Homes in America Campaign; California Conservation Council League of Women Voters; President’s Conference on Home Building and Home Ownership, 1931; Santa Barbara Chamber of Commerce; and Santa Barbara Woman’s Club. (SBHC Mss 1).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Cook [Margaret Case] Papers, ca. 1901-1960. Family correspondence, photographs (mainly b/w family and cruise snapshots), and other papers of Santa Barbara resident Margaret Frances Case Cook. Also, a journal inscribed to Mrs. E. E. Kellogg, wife of John Harvey Kellogg, from her adopted daughter Helena, ca. 1901-1902. (Mss 17).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. “The Co-operato, No. 2.” Printed pamphlet for “Self Respecting, Self Supporting, Small Salaried Women,” San Francisco, CA, ca. 1899-1900. (SC 1005).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Corpi [Lucha] Papers, 1958-2000. Biographical/personal files, literary work, and photographs of the celebrated Chicana author. (CEMA 26).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Couper [Mildred] Papers, 1920s-1970. Musical manuscripts and other papers of composer Couper including her quarter tone piano compositions. (PA Mss 45).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Cumberland Presbyterian Mission. One photo album, containing 19 black/white photographs with extensive captions, of the Cumberland Presbyterian Mission, at Kanazawa, Japan, 1906. Includes images of staff and grounds, girls at the school, Kanazawa street scenes, and a Buddhist monastery near Komoro. (Wyles SC 603).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Davys [Marjorie] Letters, 1932-1938. Letters from a lay teacher at St. Faiths, an Anglican school in Peking, mainly to her sister about life in China during the time when Japan was invading. (Bernath Mss 104).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Dickinson, Anna Elizabeth. One letter (ALS) from the abolitionist, lecturer, actress, playwright, and feminist Dickinson, re an invitation to speak – says her fee is $150 and her schedule is very busy, but she is willing to consider the offer. Philadelphia, 12 Sept. 1866. (Wyles SC 78).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Diemer [Emma Lou] Papers. Manuscript scores, business correspondence and royalty statements, programs, review and clippings of composer and UCSB faculty member Emma Lou Diemer. (PA Mss 41).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Driscoll [Mrs. Thomas] Oral History. Interview with a prominent Santa Barbara resident, re family history and their association with Admiral Farragut, Cyrus McCormick, Mark Twain, and Theodore Roosevelt. Also personal experiences of Santa Barbara elite society ca. 1900 and the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 34).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Duke Dos Santos [Maria] Papers. Correspondence, photographs, and ephemera from one of the earliest scholars in the field of Chicano literature, documenting her close relationship to renowned Chicano writers over three decades. The main subjects of the collection are writers Rolando Hinojosa, Tomas Rivera (former Chancellor UC Riverside), and Sabine Ulibarri. (CEMA 105).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Dunlap (Margaret S.) Papers, ca. 1940s-1990s. Bio/personal files, sketch books, slides, photographs and other material of a local artist who created many public art works in Santa Barbara. (SBHC Mss 67).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. English Almanacs, 1767. 14 printed English almanacs, bound together in one volume. Includes titles such as: The Gentleman’s Diary, or the Mathematical Repository; The Ladies’ Diary: or, Woman’s Almanack; Parker’s Ephemeris, Poor Robin; The English Apollo, or, Useful Companion; and Speculum Anni: or, Season on the Seasons. (Mss 234).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Esau [Katherine] Papers, 1870-1988. Professor of Biology at UCSB, best known as the author of the textbooks Plant Anatomy (1953) and Anatomy of Seed Plants (1960). Papers include biographical and bibliographic material, awards, academic files (teaching and administration), publications, research notes, professional correspondence, photographs and material related to Esau’s family, especially her brother, Paul. (UArch FacP 23).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Galería de la Raza (GDLR) Archives, ca. 1966-1989. Administrative records, programs, subject files, correspondence, clippings, slides, photographs, serigraphs, posters, silkscreen prints, ephemera and other creative materials documenting activities of the San Francisco Bay Area Chicano cultural arts center.  Includes work by many of the prominent Chicano(a)/Latino(a) artists, such as Juana Alicia, Rodolfo (Rudy) Cuellar, Alfredo De Batuc, Ricardo Favela, Gilbert Luján (Magu), Ralph Maradiaga, Juanishi Orosco, Irene Pérez, Patricia Rodríguez, and René Yañez. (CEMA 4).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Geiringer [Bernice] Papers. Personal papers of pianist and philanthropist Bernice Geiringer, second wife of musicologist Karl Geiringer. (PA Mss 40).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Gledhill (Frances) Oral History, 1975. Life history of an artist, composer, poet, educator, writer, and reformer. Subjects covered include New York City, Columbia University, Shipping Board, and women’s suffrage. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 42).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Godey’s Engravings, 1842-1858. Five engravings (three hand colored), mainly of women’s dress, probably from Godey’s Lady’s Book. (SC 805).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Gonzalez (Maya) Papers. Slides of art work and biographical ephemera of acclaimed San Francisco-based Chicana painter and children’s book illustrator. (CEMA 103).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Gospodicni Wilsonovi. One bound volume, with numerous signatures by Slovene women, asking Woodrow Wilson’s daughter [Eleanor Wilson McAdoo?] to influence her father to help Slovenes they say are suffering under Italian rule. Ljubljana, Marca, [Slovenia], 1919. (SC 659).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Haines, Helen E. (1872-1961). One letter (TLS) from American editor, bibliographer, and library educator, Helen E. Haines, to Dr. Sweet, re his analysis of Mourning Becomes Electra. Pasadena, Jan. 15, 1932. Laid in Eugene O’Neill, Mourning Becomes Electra (New York: H. Liveright, Inc., 1931). (SC 571).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Hardin [Garrett] Papers, ca. 1938-2003. Professor of Human Ecology at the University of California Santa Barbara; writer and lecturer concerned with the problems of overpopulation. Papers include correspondence, research/subject files, and writings on abortion. (UArch FacP 14).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Hart [Gary K.] Papers, 1970-1994. Subject, bill, and general files, of a California state legislator representing the Santa Barbara area, first in the California State Assembly and then in the State Senate. Subjects such as children/youth/women/families, crime, education, employer/employee issues, energy, law, legislative/legislature concerns, medical/health issues, natural resources (land use, oil, and water), public assistance, taxes, and transportation are covered extensively. (Mss 41).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Hatch (Mary Prescott) Papers, ca. 1889-1956. Primarily correspondence and drafts of Hatch’s writings, including essays and descriptions of travels around the world, including Europe and South Africa (based on her correspondence, ca. 1920s-1930s). Hatch was a Santa Barbara resident later in life. (Mss 44).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Holzwarth (Adam) Collection, ca. 1909-1929. Correspondence and printed ephemera of an early 20th century anarchist who lived in Oregon, including several items relating to Emma Goldman, the International Workers of the World (IWW), and Mother Earth Publishing Association. (Mss 48).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Hom (Nancy) Papers. Materials relating to the Chinese American cultural/visual artist. (CEMA 46).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Iowa and Western Photograph Album, ca. 1890s-1900s. Description: 198 albumen photographs, no captions, beginning with images of Iowa (signs indicating Keosauqua and Eldon – street scenes, family, houses, bicycle riders, African Americans, parade with tractors, soldiers, Native Americans, and women on bikes); later images of unidentified areas of the West, possibly California (mountains, scenic boulders, hilly terrain, railway – family, perhaps on a trip). (Wyles Mss 165).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Menzies [Jean Storke] Collection, 1897-1995 [bulk dates 1955-1992]. Primarily files of organizations and institutions with which Menzies was associated (including the Altrusa Club, Boys’ Club and Girls’ Club of Santa Barbara, Channel City Women’s Forum, Girl Scouts, International Planned Parenthood Federation, League of Women Voters, Native Daughters of the Golden West, Planned Parenthood of Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara Girls School, Santa Barbara Visiting Nurse Association, Santa Barbara’s Woman’s Club, United Church Women, and Vassar Club. (SBHC Mss 34).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Michaelis [Ruth] Collection. German-born contralto. (PA Mss 15).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Mitchell, Mrs. John R. Recipe Book compiled by Mitchell, 1853. (SC 451).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Moody (Margaret) Mbooni Mission Photograph Album, ca. 1927. Photographs of Kenya. (Bernath Mss 105).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. More, Hannah. Two holograph poems on one leaf, "Search after Happiness" and "Solitude," Aug. 4, 1795. (SC 358).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. National Women’s Suffrage Association Photograph, latter 1800s. One tintype of seven standing and seated women, unidentified, most holding books. (SC 868).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Pedroza [Alma and Alfonse] Recordings, 1941-1956. Acetate recordings of opera singers Alma and Alfonse Pedroza. (PA Mss 50).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Penington, Mary (ca. 1623-1682). One document (ADS) from English Quaker and writer Mary Penington, to her grandchild or grandchildren, re family history and religious practices of the day, ca. latter 1600s. (SC 458).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Rains [Omer L.] Collection, 1973-1982. Includes bill and subject files on issues such as abortion, adoption, child care, child custody, education, health and medicine, pornography, sex equality, sexual offenses, and women in business. (Mss 102).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Rankin, Jeannette (1980-1973). One letter (TLS) from Jeannette Rankin, pacifist and first woman to be elected to the United States House of Representatives, to Albert Krichmar, UCSB librarian, sending regrets she cannot help in compiling a bibliography on the women’s rights movement in the U.S. Watkinsville, Georgia, 1 May 1971. (SC 251).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Religious Leaders of America Collection, ca. 1970s-1980s. Research files used by J. Gordon Melton while compiling his book Religious Leaders of America: A Biographical Guide to Founders and Leaders of Religious Bodies, Churches, and Spiritual Groups in North America, first published in 1991. The files, which are arranged alphabetically by the person’s name, contain correspondence, photocopied clippings, writings, and other materials by and about the religious leaders and their groups. Includes leaders such as: Mathilda Beasley, Ann Marie Becraft, Mary McLeou Bethune, Thea Bowman, Annie Walker Blackwell, Marguerite Harmon Bro, Hallie Quinn Brown, Zsuzsanna Budapest, Laurie Cabot, Harriet Starr Cannon, Beverly Carradine, Shirley Jackson Case, Mabel Cratty, Jennie Dean, Martha Cunningham Dolby, Catherine Ferguson, Julia A. J. Foote, Selena Fox, Nora Antonia Gordon, Louise George Gregory, Catherine Harris, Eliza Healy, Dorothy Irene Height, Julia Ward Howe, Zora Neale Hurston, Mahalia Jackson, Mary E. Jackson, Elmira Jeffries, Sybil Jones, Coretta Scott King, Lucy Craft Laney, Elizabeth Lange, Lucy Larcom, Alva J. McClain, Roberta Martin, Sallie Martin, Carrie Judd Montgomery, Mary Ella Mossell, Sophia B. Packard, Diana L. Sarah Dudley Pettey, Nancy Gardner Prince, Mary Ann Prout, Florence Randolph, Ida Robinson, Lizzie Robinson, Mary Josephine Rogers, Mary O. Ross, Lucille Marie Sherrod Scates, Donna Cole Schultz, Mary Jane Small, Amanda Berry Smith, Angie Frank Smith, Lucy Smith, Ann Soleman, Ruth Carter Stapleton, Betsey Stockton, Henrietta Szold, Mary Magdalena Lewis Tate, Sue Bailey Thurman, Sojourner Truth, Charleszetta Lina Waddles, Clara Mae Ward, Elizabeth R. Wheaton, Emma Whittemore, Elizabeth Barbara Williams, Deborah Cannon Partridge Wolfe, Cornelia Wright, and Morning Glory Zell. (ARC Mss 7).
  • Women/Women’s Issues]. Rodríguez (Patricia) Collection. Materials of the Chicana artist and muralist. (CEMA 67).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Romaine (Lawrence B.) Trade Catalog Collection, ca. 1850-1968. More than 40,000 items that Romaine collected and which are arranged along the lines of his published guide. Primarily 19th and early 20th century American trade and advertising literature, with products and services relating to women in sections such as department stores and mail order catalogs, foods and food processing, home decoration, household goods and appliances, and medicine. (Mss 107).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Sanger [Margaret] Birth Control Collection, ca. 1921-1966 [bulk dates 1930-1936]. 26 booklets, pamphlets, programs, and other printed ephemera relating to birth control advocate Margaret Sanger and organizations such as the American Birth Control League, Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau (Margaret Sanger, Director), Birth Control Federation of America, Inc. (Margaret Sanger, honorary chairman of the board), Margaret Sanger Research Bureau, National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control (Margaret Sanger, Chairman/President), and the Western States Conference on Birth Control and Population Problems. (Mss 220).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Santa Barbara Girls School, 1917-1920s. Two illustrated brochures extolling the virtues of the school’s location and curriculum. Includes class lists. (SC 963).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Satir [Virginia] Collection, 1916-1993. Extensive collection of personal and professional manuscript materials, organizational records, and audiovisual materials from the noted family therapist. (HPA Mss 45).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Selver [Charlotte] Papers, 1957-1995. Personal and professional correspondence, writings, and sound records of Charlotte Selver, student of Elsa Gindler in Europe, and the person who introduced sensory awareness to the U.S. Closely connected to the Esalen Institute and San Francisco Zen Center. Her work is continued by the Sensory Awareness Foundation. (HPA Mss 33).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Shewzyk [Patricia] Papers, ca. 1975-1985 [bulk dates 1981-1985]. Mainly Goleta Water District Board of Directors’ meeting packets, and some related files, including records of various committees, from Shewzyk, President and Director of the Goleta Water District. (SBHC Mss 4).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Siddell [Robert] Collection, ca. 1903-1922. More than 200 picture postcards from a 1909 trip to South America, s well as Canada, the U.S. and Turkey (Constantinople). Also, letters, photographs, and ephemera, some relating to the American College for Girls in Constantinople during and just after World War I. (Mss 110).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Slave Child Cartes de Visité, ca. 1863. Two cdvs [photographs] of Fannie Virginia Casseopia Lawrence, described as a redeemed slave child, 5 years old, from Virginia. Baptized in Brooklyn, at Plymouth Church, by Henry Ward Beecher, May 1863. (Wyles SC 1016).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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 women/women’s issues, with literature, poetry, information about women workers, literature catalogues and indexes, pamphlets and newsletter from the Santa Barbara chapter of Women Strike for Peace, sexual liberation pamphlets, information about women in the church, and radical feminist pamphlets and literature. Also includes many single feminist newspapers, and several of Coyote Howls, Amazon, Sanity Now!, and La Wisp. (Mss 183).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues] Southern India Family Photograph Collection, ca. 1940s-1959. 100+ b/w images, most apparently relating to an Indian woman (Marie [?]) who, in the early 1950s, was a student at the Christian Medical College, Vellore, India. Includes snapshots of friends, relatives, and staff members (some with Ida Scudder, founder of the college), as well as group photos of college students and staff, and a group photo of the 13th Indian Congress of Radiology, Poona, 1959. (Bernath Mss 74).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues] Stopes, Marie Carmichael. Seven items, including correspondence, advertisement, magazine article, Christmas message, and litho portrait of British birth control advocate Marie Carmichael Stopes, found in books by her, ca. 1930s-1940s. (SC 707).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Stopes [Marie C.] Collection, ca. 1871-1967 [bulk dates 1920-1958]. Material pertaining to Marie Stopes, organizations with which she was affiliated, and other organizations and individuals concerned about issues of abortion, birth control, contraception, eugenics, obstetrics, population, sexual behavior, sterilization, and welfare of women, primarily in Great Britain, but also including some items from the U.S. and other countries. The collection has been assembled from multiple sources. (Mss 122).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Strong [Isobel Field] Scrapbook, ca. 1926-1930. Scrapbook of Isobel Field Strong, daughter of Fanny Stevenson and stepdaughter of Robert Louis Stevenson. Includes photographs of Carpinteria area, some of Serena, the Field home. (SBHC Mss 64).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Suareaz [Margarita] Oral History, 1998-1999 [?]. Interviews with the executive director of Avanta (HPA related), member of the anti-Castro forces before the Bay of Pigs invasion, and licensed psychologist, specializing in grief therapy for children. Humanistic psychology project. (OH 89).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Tallant [Mildred Cooley] Papers, ca. 1920s-1950s. Correspondence, diaries, photographas, poems, scrapbook, Sierra Club trip notes, and other material relating to Santa Barbara resident and author Mildred Cooley Tallant. (SBHC Mss 66).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Temperance Literature, latter 1800s. Four printed tracts and broadsides, Boston, Maine, and New York, with titles such as “Effects of Temperance: Twelve Reasons for the Prohibition of the Traffic in Intoxicating Liquors.” Reason No. 1: They deprive men of their reason for the time being. (SC 714).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Templeton (Rini) Collection, 1970-1999. Materials of the Chicana artist, sculptor, and political activist. (CEMA 69).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. UCSB, Women’s Center Collection, ca. 1974-2008. Contains event, lecture, program and course flyers, pamphlets and booklets on services and women’s issues, memos from the center, and other related materials. (UArch 44).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Vallejo (Linda) Papers, 1975-2001. Photographs, slides, posters, correspondence, publications and ephemera of the Chicana painter, sculptor, printmaker, and founder of Galeria Las Americas. (CEMA 76).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Van Huss Family Photograph Collection, ca. 1900s-1920s. 39 black and white photographs, most snapshots, few captions in English, loose and in an album, many of women and children. (SC 1074).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Watkins Family Photograph Album, ca. 1913. 46 black and white photographs, some albumens, with images of a rural family, sev. of children, the farmstead, horses, buggies, new farm house, log cabins, mountains, waterfall, river, woman with rifle and pistol in holster, antler stack, hay baling, and train at Red Bluff [CA?], with African American boy in background, likely selling wares to passengers. (Wyles SC 1087).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Webb (Margaret Ely) Collection, ca. 1920s-1950s. Correspondence, Christmas greetings and watercolor sketches by Santa Barbara book artist, book plate designer, and printmaker Margaret Ely Webb (1877-1965), as well as essays by/about her. (SC 328).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Westra [Dorothy] Papers, 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).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Whyte, Annie Glenn. Diary of a young woman who lived with her family near Pottstown, PA and who describes her daily life, social engagements, and includes mention of abolitionist riots, 1857-1858. (Wyles SC 469).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Wolchik [Sharlene], and Paul Karoly Collection, 1986. Proof of Children of Divorce. (HPA Mss 43).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Wong (Elizabeth) Papers, 1980-2003. Materials of the award-winning Chinese American playwright, television screenwriter, and columnist specializing in Asian American issues. (CEMA 16).
  • [Women/Women’s Issues]. Wong (Nellie) Papers, 1972-2001. Mainly writings of Chinese-American author and union activist Wong, including prose and poetry (manuscripts and numerous drafts), and related correspondence, publicity and professional files. Also, files on individuals, conferences, and subjects. (CEMA 14).
  • Women in the West Travel Photograph Album, ca. 1890s-1910s. 28 black and white photographs, no captions or dates, likely compiled one of the women shown in the album who took part in a hunting, fishing, hiking, and camping trip in the West, probably somewhere between northern California and Washington. Includes images of women and men on the trip, on horseback, with pistols and rifles, bears, campsites, wooded landscapes, rivers and lakes, fishing poles, and hiking in snowy elevations with branches as ski poles. (Wyles SC 1054).
  • Women’s Rights Scrapbooks, ca. 1868-1880. Volumes 1, 3 and 4 of a set of scrapbooks assembled by an unidentified San Francisco Bay woman, with mounted clippings pertaining to issues such as women’s suffrage, property rights, education, marriage and divorce, women in professions such as medicine and law, and women in other cultures. Some clippings dated but sources generally not indicated. (Mss 260).
  • Wong (Elizabeth) Papers, 1980-2003. Materials of the award-winning Chinese American playwright, television screenwriter, and columnist specializing in Asian American issues. (CEMA 16).
  • Wong (Flo) Papers. (CEMA 123).
  • Wong (Nellie) Papers, 1972-2001. Mainly writings of Chinese-American author and union activist Wong, including prose and poetry (manuscripts and numerous drafts), and related correspondence, publicity and professional files. Also, files on individuals, conferences, and subjects. (CEMA 14).
  • Woodbridge, Joseph. One letter (ALS) re settling a debt. N.p., 23 July 1792. (SC 660).
  • Woodford, Stewart L. [General]. Four letters (three ALS and one TLS), 1873-1898. (Wyles SC 302).
  • [Woodworth, Selim E.]. 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).
  • Woods, William Burnham (Ohio Volunteers, 76th Regiment). One Civil War letter (ALS) to Adjutant General of Ohio re promotions. Camp Shellwater, near Monterey, Tennessee, 26 May 1862. (Wyles SC 384).
  • 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).
  • Wool, John E[llis] [Civil War Union General]. One Civil War era note (ANS). New York, 20 Apr. 1861. (Wyles SC 303).
  • Woolf, Leonard. One note (TNS from Woolf, as editor of The Political Quarterly, to [Jacob Peter] Mayer, asking him to review a book. Sussex [England], 10 Apr. 1951. (SC 740).
  • Word of Grace Collection, ca. 1970. 59 pamphlets by Duane Edward Spencer, based on radio messages from the Word of Grace program (San Antonio, Texas), intended to aid in the study of key words of Scripture. (ARC Mss 47).
  • Wordsworth, Christopher. One letter (ALS) re gift of photographs to the cathedral library, from the Duke of Northumberland. Salisbury, [England], 27 Sept. 1920. Found in Wordsworth’s The Old Service Books of the English Church (London, 1904). (SC 489).
  • 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].
  • Wordsworth, William. One handwritten poem, untitled, Rydal Mount, 26 Dec. 1844 and one colored engraving of Wordsworth, both matted and framed. (SC 782).
  • Works Progress Administration of West Virginia Photograph Collection, 1936. 41 black and white photographs in album and 15 loose, relating to a WPA children’s program. Includes a few of African-American children from [Wheeling?]. (Mss 262).
  • World Church of God Collection, ca. late 1960s-1980s. Materials by and about the World Church of God, its operations, and its leaders Herbert W. Armstrong and Garner Ted Armstrong. Included are correspondence, conference files, court records, magazine and newspaper articles, memoranda, newsletters, notes, sermons, and subject files. (ARC Mss 4).
  • World Prophetic Ministry, Inc. Collection, 1960s-1970s. 56 numbered pamphlets in the Fruitful Life Series, with individual titles, by Howard C. Estep, President of the World Prophetic Ministry, Inc. (Colton, California). (ARC Mss 39).
  • World Tour Photograph Album, 1907-1908. 458 b/w snapshots of a world tour by an unknown American woman with images from Gibraltar, Spain, France, Egypt, Ceylon, India, Burma, Java, Singapore, Philippines, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Hawaii, and San Francisco Bay. Includes many images of street scenes, waterfronts, palaces, temples, and other buildings, processions and festivals, American missions, and local inhabitants (many of women and children). (Bernath Mss 79).
  • World War I. Extensive collection of printed works and manuscripts (listed separately), including correspondence, documents, intelligence reports, maps, pamphlets, photographs, posters, records of individual units, and scrapbooks.
  • [World War I]. American Expeditionary Force Hospital No. 65 World War I Photograph Album, ca. 1918. (Bernath Mss 287).
  • [World War I]. Bear [Mrs. H. S. (Marjorie W.)] – World War I Ephemera Collection, ca. 1917-1918. Ephemera collection, including broadsides, programs, tags, stickers, and pins. (SC 790).
  • [World War I]. Belden [Louis deKeyser] Collection, ca. 1910s. Correspondence, documents, photographs and ephemera re WWI. (Bernath Mss 25).
  • [World War I]. Blue Cross Fund. Two World War I era flyers: "To Help Horses in War Time." London, ca. 1916-1918. (SC 503).
  • [World War I]. Brazil Photograph Album, ca. 1910-1916. 130 black/white photographs, along with a few postcards, some with captions in English, from a British family, depicting their life on a banana and dairy plantation called Bemfica in Macuco, in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Includes images of the journey out, several of Guanabara Bay and Rio from a liner, but most depicting day-to-day life on the plantation, many of workers, their families, and social events like large-scale picnics. Also includes images of family back in England, service in World War I with the King’s Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment), and a trip to Africa, including Bulawayo (Southern Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe). (Bernath Mss 317).
  • [World War I]. 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).
  • [World War I]. California Committee for Relief in Belgium and France. World War I era printed document: Treasurer’s Report, Dec. 1918. (SC 502).
  • [World War I]. Driscoll [Thomas] Collection, 1836-1953 [bulk dates 1890-1918]. Mainly World War I photographs, pamphlets, intelligence reports, newspaper clippings, and correspondence (also incl. Theodore Roosevelt and Gen. Sheridan letters), as well as some 19c photographs of Brazil, collected by Driscoll, who served as in the U.S. Army’s 91st Division during and after the war. (Bernath Mss 7).
  • [World War I]. Egypt and Palestine World War I Photograph Album, ca. 1918. (Bernath Mss 330).
  • [World War I]. France and Algeria Photograph Albums, ca. 1916. Two photograph albums, more than 200 black/white photos, no captions except for one dated March 1916. Includes images of France and Algeria during World War I era, with images of local Arab population, street scenes, and soldiers in Algeria, as well as French countryside, unidentified family, and soldiers. (Bernath Mss 369).
  • [World War I]. German Family Photograph Album, ca. 1916-1924. 18 black and white snapshots, some with captions in German, several of group dancing, some World War I era with men in uniform. (SC 1073).
  • [World War I]. 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).
  • [World War I]. Gruenthal [Frank] Collection, ca. 1896-1920s. Diaries and photograph albums, including World War I era, from a German-Jewish ancestor of the Gruenthal family. (Bernath Mss 95).
  • [World War I]. Hansen [Alfred J.] Collection, 1969-1988. Records of the Veterans of World War I, District 7, which included Santa Barbara and surrounding areas. Hansen was a district commander at one point, and also was active in the local unit. (Bernath Mss 21).
  • [World War I]. Jewish Servicemen in World War I Records, 1920. Mainly “War Service Record of Soldiers, Sailors and Marines” forms, completed in 1920 for the Pennsylvania War History Commission, and supporting documentation. Includes information for Captain Jacques M. Swaab of the 22nd Aero Squadron, noted as one of the ten most successful American pilots of the war. (SC 945).
  • [World War I]. 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).
  • [World War I]. 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).
  • World War I Maps, ca. 1917-1919. (Bernath Mss 3).
  • [World War I]. [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).
  • [World War I]. 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).
  • World War I Document. One document (TD): Memorandum No. 677, Subject: Movement of Troops. Headquarters Ninetieth Division, Camp Travis, TX, May 30, 1918. (SC 1069).
  • World War I Photograph Album, ca. 1919. About 130 b/w photographs, mainly taken in France, some labeled as Men of the 102nd. Includes images of Generals Edwards and Passaga, several of Negro troops, several battle-site scenes, many of French countryside, Mount St. Michel and Paris, some on ship The Agamemnon, 26th Division parade in Boston, arrival in New Haven. (Bernath Mss 30).
  • World War I Posters, ca. 1917-1919. Mainly color posters from U.S., Canada, and Great Britain. (Bernath Mss 2).
  • World War I – U.S. Signal Corps Photograph Collection, 1918. 102 b/w professional photographs, with images of General Pershing and other high-ranking staff officers, President Wilson attending dinner with military officers, tanks, planes, fighting in the trenches, prisoners of war, refugees, hospitals, nurses, convoys, artillery, battle scenes, Argonne Forest, 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).
  • 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).
  • [World War II]. 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).
  • [World War II]. Bakker (Lee) World War II India Photograph Album, ca. 1943. Also includes photos of Karachi. (Bernath Mss 347).
  • [World War II]. Bartony [Corporal ?] World War II Photograph Album, ca. 1942. 62 black and white photographs, most snapshots, only one caption “This is your first victory garden 1942,” likely taken by Corporal Bartony (probably with the United States Army Forces Far East) during his time in what appears to be somewhere in the Philippines, probably early 1942 before the U.S. Army surrendered there. Includes many images of young women and girls, some children, Base E scenes and fellow servicemen, surrounding countryside, thatch roof buildings. (Bernath Mss 348).
  • [World War II]. Beddie [James S.] Papers, 1794-1975 [bulk dates 1955-1962]. Includes various State Department records, e.g. material on the German War Documents Project (post-WWII), from an American scholar and Foreign Service Officer who spent his last years in Santa Barbara. (Bernath Mss 4).
  • [World War II]. Burma – U.S. Army Engineer Construction Battalion Photograph Collection, ca 1942-1945. 200+ World War II era b/w photos, including many of Burma, Burmese life, and the Engineer Battalion in Burma. (Bernath Mss 33).
  • [World War II]. Europe 1930s and WWII North Africa Photograph Album, ca. 1930s-1945. 185+ b/w photographs, many of North Africa during World War II (1942-1943), with images of 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).
  • [World War II]. Fikkert [Rita] Collection, ca. 1939-1951. Correspondence, notebooks, pamphlets, reports, magazines and clippings from the World War II and post-WWII era, assembled by the donor and relating primarily to wartime relations with other countries and information access/censorship issues. (Bernath Mss 26).
  • [World War II]. Gahagan [G. William] Collection, ca. 1935-1953 [bulk dates 1942-1945]. The collection includes propaganda magazines, pamphlets, and leaflets used both in the Pacific and Atlantic theaters of war; OWI outpost reports; U.N. Conference press releases, circulars, correspondence and photos relating to a public relations officer for the Office of War Information’s Overseas Branch in San Francisco. (Bernath Mss 8).
  • [World War II]. India [Calcutta] World War II Photograph Album, ca. early-mid 1940s. Compiled by an American G.I. (Bernath Mss 199).
  • [World War II]. 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).
  • [World War II]. 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).
  • [World War II]. 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).
  • [World War II]. 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).
  • [World War II]. Papua, New Guinea, World War II Photograph Album, 1943-1945. More than 180 b/w photos, with captions. Apparently the album of a wry U.S. soldier and member of a finance group (some images indicating 3rd and 4th Platoons, Co. D), self-described as the "Fighting Finance" and "Finance Commandos." Includes images of soldiers in the unit and military camp life, as well as many views of eastern New Guinea, local people and village scenes. Also photos of earlier training at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana and, after New Guinea, views of Indonesia (Biak), Morotai Island, Philippines (mainly war-damaged buildings in Manila), the voyage home, and stateside return back to San Francisco. (Bernath Mss 44).
  • [World War II]. Persian Gulf Command – Iran Photograph Album, ca. 1942-1945. (Bernath Mss 144).
  • [World War II]. 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).
  • World War II. Ration books. (SC 618).
  • [World War II]. Raysor Family Papers, ca. 1900s-1980s. Academic writings, research files, correspondence, and related of Thomas M. Raysor (Coleridge/Wordsworth/Shakespeare scholar) and family correspondence, some 1930s and WWII era. Also some photographs and ephemera, including WWII ration books. (Mss 103).
  • [World War II]. 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).
  • [World War II]. Rust (Frederick) Papers, ca. 1897, 1935-1946 [bulk dates 1941-1945]. Mainly WWII era correspondence between Frederick Rust, his wife Celia Adams Rust, and his mother Mariette Rust, as well as histories (many by Rust) of units in the 18th Engineers, detailing their efforts to construct the Alaskan Highway, through the Yukon, under very difficult wartime and physical conditions, 1942-1943; also general files which contain various Army and court documents, poems and short stories written by Rust, and a handful of black/white photographs, mostly of fellow soldiers. (Mss 108).
  • [World War II]. Saipan Post-World War II Photograph Collection, ca. 1945-1946. 16 b/w snapshots, including aerial views of POW camp and local Saipan population. (SC 952).
  • [World War II]. Santa Barbara County, California. Superintendent of Schools. Seven World War II era documents, including five War Emergency Bulletins and others about evacuation of Japanese children and air raid signals, 1941-1942. (SC 630).
  • [World War II]. 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 ration books. (Mss 218).
  • [World War II]. 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).
  • [World War II]. United States Army Signal Corps Film Unit Collection, 1945-1946. Caption sheets, critiques, and other materials collected by cameraman Sgt. William McClure, documenting activities of the U.S. Army Signal Corp film units during the latter stages of WWII and post-war trials of two of the most significant Japanese generals accused of war crimes, Gen. Tomoyuki Yamashita and Gen. Masaharu Homma. (Bernath Mss 139).
  • World War II Burma Photograph Album, ca. 1943-1944. Album of an American soldier working on the Stillwell Road in Burma. (Bernath Mss 210).
  • World War II Danish Resistance Collection, ca. 1940-1945. Pamphlets, flyers, joke books, and other printed materials produced in resistance to the Nazi occupation of Denmark. (Bernath Mss 161).
  • World War II German Engineer Bridging Battalion Photograph Album, 1941-1943. About 265 b/w photos, with captions in German, including troops on eastern front, convoys and bridges, in Poland and Russia, captured fighter and bomber aircraft, artillery, tanks, barracks, and scenes with local population. (SC 854).
  • World War II Middle East and Far East Photograph Album, ca. 1942-1945. (Bernath Mss 110).
  • 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).
  • World War II – Philippines, New Guinea, Okinawa Photograph Collection, ca. 1940s. 1,000+ mostly World War II b/w photos, 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); and 1947 Cleveland air-show. (Bernath Mss 38).
  • World War II Propaganda Flyer, 1945. Dropped by the U.S. Army Corps on flights over Japan just before the dropping of the atom bombs – warning the Japanese that the hour of the Empire’s defeat was soon at hand. Includes illustration of a clock, with hours depicting islands once held by Japan. (SC 969).
  • World War II Ration Book Folder, [early-mid 1940s]. Several ration books and loose stamps belonging to the Garcia and Nunley families. (SC 1112).
  • World War II – U. S. Forces in the Pacific Photograph Album, ca. 1942-1945. World War II era photograph album of U.S. forces in the Pacific, ca. 1942-1945, containing 300+ photos, most black/white but some color prints and a few picture postcards, few with captions. Includes a number of shots of Naval personnel, bulldozers, and camps – apparently taken by a member of a Seabee unit. Also, a number of shots of local scenery and inhabitants, apparently New Guinea, New Hebrides (shown on French postcards), and Okinawa. The last part of the album has some miscellany, including clippings about Seabees on Okinawa, and a few pieces of Japanese paper currency and military currency. (Bernath Mss 73).
  • 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).
  • World’s Fair of New York, 1964. American Airlines Guidebook. (SC 1056).
  • Worldwide Church of God Collection. (ARC Mss 4).
  • [Wright, Frank Lloyd]. Goodall [Robert] – Taliesin Photograph Collection, ca. 1933-? (Mss 222).
  • Writing and Printing. The Skofield Printers Collection contains several thousand printed works, many pertaining to the history of writing, papermaking, the construction and development of the book, fine and small presses, and printing technology, with titles such as: Colin Clair – A History of European Printing; Christopher De Hamel – Scribes and Illuminators; Herbert Fahey – Early Printing in California; Richard Leslie Hills – Papermaking in Britain, 1488-1988; Dard Hunter – Papermaking: The History and Technique of an Ancient Craft; Douglas C. McMurtrie, A History of Printing in the United States; and Daniel Berkeley Updike – Printing Types: Their History, Forms, and Use. Also, early examples of writing and printing from around the world (Burma, India, China, Mongolia, and others).
  • [Writing and Printing]. Burma Buddhist Illuminated Manuscript. 240+ pages, gilt covers, several color drawings. (Printers Mss 48).
  • [Writing and Printing]. India Manuscript and Printing Collection. (Printers Mss 50).
  • [Writing and Printing]. Indonesia Bone Book, age unknown. Book made of bone covers with hand carved lizards, pages of tree bark with accordion folds and hand painted drawings and diagrams, including stylized insects, symmetrical designs, and zodiac calendar used to determine auspicious days for weddings, funerals, and other important ceremonies. (Printers Mss 54).
  • [Writing and Printing]. Indonesia [Sumatra] Bone Zodiac Calendars. (Printers Mss 56).
  • [Writing and Printing]. Islamic Manuscripts Collection, ca. 1122-latter 1800s. Single and double leaves from previously disbound Islamic texts, written in many parts of the Islamic world, including Afghanistan, China, Egypt, Gulf States [Qajar], India, North Africa [Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia], Pakistan, Persia [Iran], Syria, and Turkey. There are four chronologically arranged series: History, Koran, Poetry, and Prayers. (Mss 207).
  • [Writing and Printing]. 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).
  • [Writing and Printing]. Mongolia Manuscript and Printing Collection, 1700s-1800s. Examples of manuscripts and printing from various sources. (Printers Mss 47).
  • [Writing and Printing]. Skofield (Hobart) Oral History, 1982. Recollections of Skofield, re his years as an apprentice with the Printing House of William Edwin Rudge, experiences with the Rancheros Vistadores, development of what is now the Skofield Printers Collection. (OH 6).
  • [Writing and Printing]. Tamil Palm Leaf Manuscript, ca. 1800s. South India (Tamil Nadu) manuscript, 114 leaves tied together with cord, describing various religious practices. (Printers Mss 53).
  • [Writing and Printing]. Tamil Palm Leaf Manuscript, ca. early 1900s. Horoscope. (SC 894).
  • Wyatt [Sophia] Jerusalem Committee Papers, ca. 1969-1981. Articles, flyers, leaflets, bulletins, correspondence, and audiotapes (interviews) collected by Wyatt, of Santa Monica, California, mainly regarding the Jerusalem Committee and its activities. (Mss 211).
  • Wyles, William. Illuminated manuscript honoring Wyles, made in the Santa Barbara State Teachers College Art Department, 1934. (Wyles SC 779).
  • Wyles, William. Three black and white portraits of Mr and Mrs. William Wyles. (Wyles SC 685).
  • Wyles (William) Collection. The first UCSB ‘special collection,’ and still one of the largest, with more than 35,000 volumes on Abraham Lincoln, slavery, abolition, the Civil War, American expansion, travel in America, and the American West. Also, more than 150 separate manuscript collections and 1,000 small collections, with correspondence, diaries, and photos of individuals and families, many with Civil War connections, and records of Civil War military units. Includes Civil War Diaries, Civil War Muster Rolls, Confederate Collection (correspondence, documents, autographs, photographs, engravings, currency, stamps, song sheets), Daughters of Union Veterans, 1st South Carolina/33rd U. S. Colored Troops (records, ca. 1861-1865), Gold Rush Sermons (from the Sonora California area, 1852-1863), Campbell Grant (patriotic Civil War covers), Mortimer Leggett (correspondence and documents of a Civil War general), Farnham Lyon (correspondence from Libbie Custer), Jay Monaghan (correspondence and files relating to research and writings of a Lincoln, Civil War, and western history scholar, and longtime consultant to the Wyles Collection), Isaac Shepard (ranking Civil War officer for Colored Troops), and Slave Documents (bills of sale, manumission papers, and other, ca. 1711-1878) collections. Also some individual manuscript items relating to U.S. presidents, generals, and other important figures such as Jefferson Davis, Ulysses S. Grant, Stonewall Jackson, Robert E. Lee, Abraham Lincoln, and William Tecumseh Sherman.
  • Wyles, King. One Civil War letter (ALS) to his brother R. B. Wyles, saying he has been assigned to Brigadier General Porter’s office and asking him to write each week. Washington, D.C., 11 Mar. 1862. Also two envelopes, one dated June [1862?]. (Wyles SC 496).
  • [Wyles, William]. Nine picture postcards of Arizona, Utah and Canada, addressed to Mrs. William Wyles, ca. 1904. (Wyles SC 636).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Wyman Family Photographs, ca. late 1800s-early 1900s. One disbound photo album with 81 b/w photographs of varying sizes, of a trip apparently to the Sierras. Includes mountain scenery, forests, lakes, camping, cabins, family (and friends?) posing, hiking, holding strings of fish, and on horseback. (SC 721).
  • [Wyoming]. Bowen, T. M. One letter (ALS) to his mother, re trip west. Cheyenne, Wyoming, 28 June 1882. (Wyles SC 31).
  • [Wyoming]. 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).

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  • Xenophon (c.435-354 BC). Greek historian. Holdings include Senofonte Efesio (1723) in Italian [Spec PA4500.X4 I8 1723]; fine press edition of The Art of Horsemanship (1951) in English and Greek [Spec PA4494.D3 1951].

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  • [Yale University]. Wolcott, William. Album, with holographic letters and remembrances, apparently from fellow members of the Yale class of 1828. (SC 733).
  • Yamamoto, Ken. One letter (ALS) to Paula Gillett, along with clippings about Manzanar Relocation Center and a pamphlet on Sino-Japanese conflict. Manzanar, CA, 1942. (SC 496).
  • [Yang, Henry]. UCSB, Office of the Chancellor, Chancellor’s Records, ca. 1904-2003 [bulk dates 1962-1977]. Files of UCSB chancellors and their predecessors, including Clarence L. Phelps, Clark Kuebler, Samuel Gould, Vernon Cheadle, Robert Huttenback, Daniel Aldrich, Barbara Uehling, and Henry Yang. Includes correspondence, memos, reports, speeches, subject files, and related materials.
  • [Yellowstone National Park]. Portfolio of twelve water color views, photographed and published by F. Jay Haynes & Bro., ca. late 1800s-early 1900s. (Wyles SC 878).
  • [Yemen]. Aden and Egypt Photograph Album, [ca. 1890s]. (Bernath Mss 176).
  • [Yemen]. Aden – British Camel Battery Photograph Album, ca. 1902-1904. (Bernath Mss 143).
  • [Yemen]. 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, many street scenes, marketplaces, gardens, countryside, a Jewish shop, and a Christian Somali family in Crater. Also a few photos of Gibraltar, Malta, and Port Said. (Bernath Mss 50).
  • [Yemen]. Aden [Yemen] Photograph Album, ca. 1930s. (SC 1015).
  • Yeomans [Thomas] Papers. Personal and professional papers of Thomas Yeomans, founder and director of the Concord Institute, an educational institute founded in 1990 to provide post-graduate professional training in global/spiritual psychology and group leadership. Collection includes course planning materials in psychosynthesis, sound recordings pertaining to psychosynthesis and spiritual psychology, and video recordings of sessions and group leadership work development. (HPA Mss 51).
  • Yizkor (Memorial) Books. Many published in post-war Israel and pertaining to the earlier history of Jewish communities in Belarus, Bulgaria, Ethiopia, Iran, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, and elsewhere, often extensively illustrated with photographs and historic documents, mainly in Hebrew and/or Yiddish.
  • Yokohama, Japan – U.S. Army Photographs, 1948-1950. 12 black and white photographs taken by various U.S. Army photographers and including images of Bob Hope and Marilyn Maxwell performing and visiting wounded GIs. (SC 1093).
  • Yosemite Photographs, 1906-1907. Two black/white panoramic photographs: (1) Grizzly Giant Tree, Mariposa Grove. Pillsbury Picture Co., No. 1005. Oldest living sequoia, located at Wawona. The image also shows visitors, standing, on wagons, and bicycle, by the trees. (2) El Capitan. Pillsubury Picture Co., No. 3012. (Wyles SC 959).
  • [Yosemite]. Abbot (Carnzu) Travel Photograph Album, 1912. Includes images of Gibraltar, Egypt and Pyramids, Ceylon/India, Japan (Kamakura, Nara, and other), Yosemite, U.S. Southwest. (Bernath Mss 372).
  • [Yosemite]. 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).
  • [Yosemite]. Printed flyer, “Information to Visitors: How and When to See Yosemite to the Best Advantage,” [ca. 1870s]. (Wyles SC 743).
  • Young (Noel) / Capra Press Collection, ca. 1930s-1970s. The collection contains biographical information about Noel Young (1922-2002), including typescripts from early diaries in the 1930s and through his college years, typescripts mainly of short stories, but also poetry and plays, by Young, memorabilia from trips, photographs, and some material relating to his Santa Barbara-based Capra Press. (Printers Mss 46).
  • Young [Noel] / Capra Press Oral History, 1983. Interviews with the Santa Barbara publisher. (OH 104).
  • Young [Noel] Collection, [ca. 1960s-1970s]. Examples of Noel Young’s printing work for various presses. (Printers Mss 71).
  • 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).
  • [Yugoslavia]. 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).
  • Yugoslavia Photograph Album, 1936. (Bernath Mss 352).
  • Yun-nan [Yunan, China] Expedition Collection, ca. 1900. (Bernath Mss 236).

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  • [Zaca Lake]. Calkins (James A.) Collection. Family and local history collection of b/w photos and clippings relating to the Calkins family and Santa Barbara area, including Zaca Lake Ranch. (SBHC Mss 24).
  • [Zaca Lake]. 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).
  • [Zaca Lake]. 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).
  • Zeiger [Robert S.] Papers. Files of Zeiger, a bishop with the Old Catholic movement. (ARC Mss 18).
  • Zihuatenejo Railroad [Michoacan, Mexico] Photograph Album, 1936. (Bernath Mss 266).
  • Zine Collection, ca. 2003-2007. 17 zines re race, gender, sexuality, politics, and other topics. (Printers Mss 73).
  • [Zines]. eXpugn. Volume 1.1 of a ‘zine by and for Progressive Generation Xers.’ Santa Barbara, CA, Mar. 1996. (SC 750).
  • [Zines]. Gaviola [Ruel] Zine Collection, ca. 1999-2003. Hundreds of zines, mostly USA, collected by a Santa Barbara reviewer of zines. (Printers Mss 58).
  • Zion Research Library. Four lists of new books (mainly religious) at the Zion Research Library [Brookline, Mass.], 1932, and one printed document re terms of use for the library, n.d. Laid in Zion Research Library, Catalogue of the Zion Research Library (ARC Z7755.B87 1930). (SC 588).
  • 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].
  • Zoology. Early printed works, many with engravings, such as: Petri Bellonii Cenomani De aquatilibus libro duo … (1553); Frederick Watson, The Animal World Display’d … (1754); Playcard Augustin Fidele Ray, Zoologie universelle et portative … (1804); William Bingley, Animal Biography (1805); Thomas Bewick, A History of British Birds (1809).
  • Zucconi [Alberto] Oral History. Interviews re Carl Rogers and client centered therapy in Europe. Humanistic psychology project. (OH 2).
  • “[Zwölf] 12 Ansichten aus Kamerun und Togo,” 1909. Portfolio of German Kamerun (Cameroon) and Togo color prints. (SC 860).