Electronic Resource & Database Access

There will be no off-campus access to Library electronic resources and databases this Friday, November 28 from 6-10pm. Library buildings are also closed for the Thanksgiving holiday during that time.

Micronesian Collections

Guam • Kiribati • Marshall Islands • Micronesia (Federated States of) • Nauru • Northern Mariana Islands • Palau

  • [Guam]. Saipan, Philippines, and Guam Photograph Album, 1946-1950. (Bernath Mss 298).
  • [Guam]. Matthews [Verner Randolph] World War II Photograph Album, 1945. Album of an African American World War II soldier from New York City, Corporal Verner R. Matthews, Company A, 1863d Engineer Aviation. 33 b/w photos, most with captions, of Matthews and fellow soldiers on Guam, relaxing off duty, playing baseball; also several photos of Honolulu and Hawaiian women, and some apparently of family and friends back home. (Bernath Mss 36).
  • [Guam]. Shepherd [Alfred James] Papers, ca. 1930s-1950s. Includes material relating to Taiwan, Japan, and Guam. (Bernath Mss 251).
  • [Micronesia]. Kiewit (John S.) Photography Collection, ca. 1968-2000. More than 10,000 color and black/white prints, color slides, and black/white negatives. Color slides constitute the bulk of the collection. The images reflect what Kiewit saw on his travels throughout California and the West, as well as trips to other parts of the U.S. and the world. Prominent places and themes include Baja, barns and farms, Big Sur, buildings and building elements (doors and windows), Carmel [CA], Central Coast [CA], Channel Islands, Death Valley, fences, ghost towns, Hawaii, Hollister Ranch [CA], landscapes, Malibu [CA], Marin County [CA], New England, New Mexico, ocean views, Oregon, Oxnard [CA], rock formations, signs, surfing, trees, Utah, wildflowers, Wyoming, and Yosemite. Other countries represented in the collection include Cook Island, Costa Rica, El Salvador, England, France, Guatemala, Marques and Tahiti Islands, Mexico, Micronesia, and New Zealand. Most of the images were taken from the 1970s to the 1990s. (Mss 228).