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Tagged: Manuscript collections

Ice cream on a hot day tastes so good. This photograph taken by Hal Halberstadt makes the ice cream look good enough to eat. Halberstadt was acclaimed as a genius for photographing ice and ice cream. A Jack Keeler cartoon in the collection implies that the photograph was taken in ...
June 15, 2011
In celebration of National Train Day on May 7, here is an image from our Eastman’s Originals Collection. S.P. Trestle at Redding, California, 1945. ...
May 5, 2011 • Sara Gunasekara
Ever wonder what exactly is stored in Special Collections?  Well the link below provides a visual overview of just a few examples of the kinds of materials we work with and work to make accessible to students and researchers like you.  Next time you are in the area stop by! ...
May 3, 2011 • Jenny Hodge
Since May is Bike Month, here is a sampling of some of our collections that focus on bicycles and bicycling. The William Clauson Cycling Collection contains bicycling books, journals, trade publications and directories, racing programs, rule books, posters, comics and other materials relating to bicycling. The Matthew Sarna-Wojcicki ...
May 2, 2011 • Sara Gunasekara
One hundred fifty years ago today, on April 12, 1861, the United States Civil War began at Fort Sumter. Two of our manuscript collections contain correspondence from the Civil War. The Palmer Family Papers contain twenty-five letters written by or to various members of the Palmer Family during ...
April 12, 2011 • Sara Gunasekara
Special Collections announces that the following collections have been processed during July 1, 2010-February 16, 2011 and now have finding aids on the Online Archive of California (OAC). To view any of these finding aids, click on the collection name which will automatically take you to finding aid on ...
February 16, 2011 • Sara Gunasekara