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Archive/Manuscript
21 pieces in 1 v. ; 18 x 22 cm. in box.
Education Library (Cubberley), SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Archive/Manuscript
2 v.
Vol. 1 (Officials) contains names and dates of membership in all city departments, judicial districts, and appointed boards, 1835-1940. Vol. 2 (Elections) contains the election results from 1834 through 1934.
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Archive/Manuscript
1 photographic print : albumen ; image 21.5 x 27.5 cm. on board 27.5 x 35.5.
Throngs of people view the cortege of the assassinated French President, Sadi Carnot, as the procession approaches the Pantheon.
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Archive/Manuscript
.25 linear ft. (1 manuscript box, 32 original prints)
Consists of 17 folders of photographs: 1. Indian burial mound near Mayfield, CA, 1893 (1 print and copy negative) -- 2. Round Valley Indians (2 photos and note by Mr. J.W. Hudson, n.d.), gift of Clara Vostrovsky, 1895 -- 3. Pedro Evencio, believed to be the last Native American of San Mateo, CA (2 prints and copy negative, ca. 1892-1894) -- 4. Photographs of Mescalero Apache Indians Domingo and horse thief (3 cabinet card prints) by J.L. Clinton, Colorado Springs, Colorado -- 5. Photographs of Ute chief Spotted Tail (1 cabinet print) and Ute chief Ouray (2 cabinet prints) by J.L. Clinton -- 6. Photograph of Mojave Indian camp (1 cabinet print) by J.L. Clinton -- 7. Petroglyphs near Phoenix (2 cabinet cards) by G.H. Rothrock, Phoenix, Arizona, gift of Prof. John Dickinson -- 8. Puyallup Reservation (2 cabinet card portraits) by Lindahl, Tacoma, Washington, gift of Mrs. Lamb -- 9. Puerta, Apache from Jicarilla (1 cabinet card) by D.B. Chase, Santa Fe, NM -- 10. Ouray, the great Ute chief (1 cabinet card) and War chief's tent (1 stereo card) by W.H. Jackson, Denver, Colorado -- 11. Princess Angeline of the Seattles (1 cabinet card) by Boyd and Braas, photographers, Seattle, WA, gift of Huber C. Spiger -- 12. Six photographs: Chief Moses of Columbias with wife Mary and child; brother-in-law of Chief Moses, Nespelem, WA; Doctor, Nespelem; Nez Percés Indians and reservation doctor, Nespelem; Camp of the Nez Percés, Nespelem; Cheam and [Ohawon?] Indians (6 mounted prints, 4 x 5", July 1892), by W. Greer, photographer -- 13. Winnebago Indian Chief Standing Buffalo (1 stereo card) -- 14. Pueblo Indian School at Isleta, and family portrait (2 mounted prints) by Parker, San Diego, CA -- 15. Petroglyphs, Tejon Canyon, by C.A. Nelson, Bakersfield, CA, gift of C.M. [Fukert?] -- 16. Peggy with Frank Lawyer, near Garden Valley, Kelsey District, El Dorado County, CA, 1904. (Peggy was the wife of Coppa Hembo, last chief of the Digger Indians in this area. She died in 1906. Frank Lawyer was born at American Flat in 1873, the son of J.J. Lawyer, pioneer store keeper.) [From note with photograph by "W.T.R."] -- 17. Unidentified formal family portrait of three Native American men.
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Archive/Manuscript
1 v. (3 mss: 62, 5, 36 pp)
Three papers: 1) William B. Ide, reminiscences addressed to Senator Wambaugh, n.d., not completed, 62 pp.; 2) typescript by Mary Sheldon Barnes of her notes of interviews with various old settlers in the Napa Valley, 1892, 5 pp; and 3) William Baldridge manuscript, 1893, 36 pp. Includes two letters by Sarah E. Ide Healy, about her father William, a major participant in the revolt, and her uncle Simon, of whom there is also a photograph.
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Archive/Manuscript
1 notebook and 3 loose sheets.
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Archive/Manuscript
1 v. and 3 loose sheets.
Includes a list of deaths, prices of supplies, verses of songs, a recipe for "cleansing the teeth" (the only item in English), notes of departures for family members (to Sulphur Banks, Lake County; Guadalupe, Los Angeles, Idria, etc.), and on the last page of writing, an account of the trip from Tepic to Mazatlán to San Francisco to San Jose to Hacienda de Nueva Almaden. Many different hands and inks.
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Archive/Manuscript
9 linear feet (16 boxes)
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Miscellaneous collection of portrait photographs depicting over 400 notable people of the 19th and 20th century, including politicians, military leaders, heads of state, journalists, authors, poets, scientists (especially professors of physics, astronomy, and mathematics), explorers, pioneers, labor leaders, musicians, and artists. In many cases the photos were signed or inscribed by them. This collection was assembled over the life of Stanford Special Collections and includes multiple accessions and donors. Many came from the studio Harris & Ewing and are frequently inscribed to the firm's Martha Ewing. Another significant source of photographs is Stanford faculty, including Frederick Edward Brasch, Melville Best Anderson, Edith Mirrielees, and Mary Sheldon Barnes. Some photographs were at some point removed from their original archival papers. All of these sources are noted in the finding aid when indicated. The majority date from 1900-1940, but there are a few from the 1960s and one Polaroid from the early 1980s.
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Archive/Manuscript
14 sheets.
Prints of California mining camps, the Miners' Ten Commandments by Cadez Orion, the execution of Casey & Cora by the San Francisco Vigilance Committee, 22 May 1856; Grass Valley, Nevada County; and three samples of letter paper, one published by George H. Baker with the poem, "The Honest Miner's Songs; " one about the assassination of James King in San Francisco, 14 May 1856; and one about the San Francisco Vigilance Committee, including their constitution and and address, 15 May 1856.
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Archive/Manuscript
1 folder.
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Correspondence and photographs (1847-1898) covering the period after the arrival of Schallenberger in California. Also included is an account, recorded by Mary Sheldon Barnes, of Schallenberger's overland journey to California from Missouri in 1844. Correspondents include John Townsend, Elizabeth Schallenberger Townsend, and Mary Sheldon Barnes.
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Archive/Manuscript
18 v.
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Scrapbooks contain material about San Francisco and California, from 1855 to 1894 (political and civic issues, railroads and general interest materials); Indians in the Pacific Slope region (1880s-1890s); Alaska, Pacific and Asiatic relations (1860s-1890s); the San Francisco Peninsula (1890s); and the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.
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Archive/Manuscript
.75 linear foot
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Letters, reminiscences, interviews, and term papers written for and collected by Mary Sheldon Barnes and her students in Stanford's Pacific Slope history class. Includes manuscripts of William B. Ide and others on the Bear Flag Revolt; a letter by Jessie Fremont; and other materials pertaining to California mining and early life in the Pacific states.
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Archive/Manuscript
9 p.
Discusses the six missions in California that Serra supervised. Included is an English translation of the Spanish transcription. The Spanish transcription lacks page "a; " the English translation includes the whole.
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Archive/Manuscript
18 leaves.
Deals with measures to protect Spain's interest in Mexico, and the pacification and conversion of the Indians in California. Page "a" of the Spanish transcription is missing.
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Archive/Manuscript
4 photographic prints : albumen ; ca. 19 x 30 cm. on boards 28 x 35.5 cm.
Scenes include Charing cross road, Houses of Parliament, Tower bridge and interior of the House of commons.
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