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Found in 53 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and contents The Andrew Schwartz Photograph and Lobby Card Collection contains photographs of American Indians from Idaho and lobby cards related to the productions Let 'er Buck and Custer's Last Fight.Most of the individuals in photographs are not identified. Photograph locations include Lapwai, Ahsahka, and Lewiston, Idaho, Horton, Kansas, and Cleveland, Ohio. Two photographs are addressed to Caleb Carter. Named individuals...
Dates: circa 1890-1925
Scope and contents The collection is comprised of 293 photographic print negatives taken largely by D.A. Lane. The photographs feature a number of different water and river management project sites, including the Los Angeles River, the Los Angeles-area reservoirs, the Los Angeles River Channel, the Los Angeles River Wash, Long Valley, Owens Valley, and various lakes in Eastern and Southern California.
Abstract Frank Hamilton Cushing (1857-1900) was an early ethnographer working in the American Southwest during the late 19th Century. The items contained in this collection include correspondence, reports, unpublished manuscripts, diaries, Zuni vocabulary cards, newspaper clippings, and magazine articles. These documents focus on Cushing's stay at Zuni Pueblo from 1879-1884, the Hemenway Southwestern Archaeological Expedition 1887-1889, and the Pepper Hearst Archeological Expedition 1896-1897. The bulk...
Dates: 1848-1963; Majority of material found within 1848 - 1923
Abstract This collection includes copies of some of Jennie C. Davis' correspondence and poems, as well as copies of photographs and some biographical material. Correspondence is dated 1893-1908, and includes letters sent to Davis from Charles F. Lummis, Maynard Dixon, Jack London, and Charmian London (Mrs. Jack London).
Dates: 1893-1987; Majority of material found within 1893 - 1908
Abstract John de Kramer was an artist and Professor of art. In the 1930s, he attended Pasadena Junior College and earned a Bachelor of Engineering degree at the University of California, Los Angeles. In 1954, he began teaching in the Los Angeles City School system. He was a Professor of art at Pierce College located in Woodlands Hills, California, from 1963-1987. Throughout his career and after his retirement in 1984, de Kramer photographed his extensive and frequent travels to Mexico. The collection...
Abstract The Dodge City Cowboy Band existed from 1879-1916 and performed in cowboy garb, promoting Dodge City and the idea of the Wild West all over the United States. The conductor used a decorated gun as a baton, and the musicians all dressed as cowboys. The band was founded and first directed in Dodge City, Kansas by Chalk Beeson. Jack Sinclair took over as director from 1890-1916 and moved the band to Pueblo, Colorado, where Sinclair was a police officer. This collection includes advertising and...
Dates: 1866-1929, undated; Majority of material found within 1891 - 1916
Abstract John Dunkel (1915 February 21- 2001, February 22) was a radio and television writer, most prolific in the television Westerns of the 1950s and 1960s. This collection of scripts and other papers spans from 1945-1988 and includes completed scripts, stories, drafts, notes, correspondence, proposals, and plaques documenting Dunkel’s television script writing career.
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, research notes, published articles and reviews, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, photographs, and sheet music. Per catalog record, MS. 203 is associated w/ MS.1266
Dates: 1912 - 1997; Majority of material found within 1912 - 1933
Collection — Drawer CAB.23.E
Abstract This collection consists largely of Mrs. Estabrook's handwritten notes and illustrations copied from various publications. Materials also include magazine and newspaper clippings, publications, and photographic negatives and prints. Materials date from 1922-1941, and much of the collection is undated.