San Francisco (Calif.)
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Across the continent by overland stage in 1865
Gerald Bybee studio portfolios
Photographic portfolios created by Gerald Bybee in his studio in San Francisco.
Cannon and Willis families papers
William Heath Davis papers
William Heath Davis papers, 1885-1905, includes notable items include correspondence with publishing companies regarding his book, Sixty Years in California, as well as manuscript fragments.
Gale Sears manuscripts for Autumn Sky, 2004
Manuscripts of the 2004 publication Autumn sky, with original hand-written drafts, later type-written drafts, and later review versions for Covenent. Includes Sears' original cover-letter to Covenent, and annotations by proofers.
Gale Sears manuscripts for Until the Dawn, approximately 2005
Manuscripts for the 2006 publication, Until the Dawn. Contains the original hand-written drafts, later type-written copies, and review copies sent to covenent. Note that Until the Dawn was none by two previous titles: "Winter Fields," and "the Color of the Sky," before publication.
Gale Sears research for Autumn Sky series, approximately 2000
Research for the "Autumn Sky" trilogy, including "Autumn Sky," "Until the Dawn," and "Upon the Mountains." Includes newspaper clippings, copies, book research, bibliographies, article copies, and hand-written notes, created circa 2000, and relating to San Francisco, World War I, the Influenza pandemic, and Salt Lake culture in the 1910's.
LeRoy F. Harlow autobiography
Heilner family letters between American family members and associates, approximately 1860-2009
Materials include personal letters written between American family members and associates. Also includes documents interwoven throughout the letters that give context to the subjects discussed, such as photocopies of documents from other series, clippings and articles, and books about Baker City, Oregon. Materials date from approximately 1860 to 2009.
James F. Johnson letter
A letter from a Presbyterian missionary named James Francis Johnson to his cousin on January 8, 1883.