Tagged: Manuscript collections

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49/50 One of the more heavily used manuscript subject areas in Special Collections is Agriculture Technology. Any research or interest in Agriculture, Plant Science, California History and Food Production involves Agriculture Technology. In 1959, F. Hal Higgins, news editor for Caterpillar Tractor Company and a free-lance journalist, sold ...
June 27, 2017 • Jenny Hodge
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We are pleased to present our latest exhibit, Striking Gold: Scholarship Based on Research in Special Collections. The exhibit, which can be viewed in the Special Collections display cases in the Shields Library lobby, will run through the Summer Quarter. Special Collections is visited daily by undergraduate and graduate ...
June 26, 2017 • Sara Gunasekara
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42/50 Charles Schneeman (1912-1972) was a science fiction illustrator for stories and covers of such works as Astounding Stories and Astounding Science Fiction from 1935 to 1952. The collection contains the artwork and correspondence of illustrator Charles E. Schneeman, Jr. The bulk of the collection is comprised of ...
May 9, 2017 • Daryl Morrison
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33/50 Professor Gary S. Snyder (1930-   ) renowned poet, essayist, translator, Zen Buddhist, environmentalist continues to make an indelible mark on late-twentieth and twenty-first century thought. He is considered one of the most significant environmental writers and a central figure in environmental activism. The Gary ...
March 3, 2017 • Daryl Morrison