Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Mary Hunter Austin Collection
Scope and Contents The collection consists of published articles and biographies by Austin; reviews and interviews about Austin or her work; correspondence with Charles Fletcher Lummis and Frederick Webb Hodge; a book prospectus; and advertisements promoting her publications.
Dates: 1868 - 1954
El Monte: Biographical Sketches From the Pioneer Days
Abstract This collection consists of manuscripts for "El Monte From the Pioneer Days," which is an historical review compiled and written for the City of El Monte by the Works Progress Administration, Project N-5740. Supervisors: C. D. Maxon, Fred J. Brown, Lee Stoddard, Charles G. Mudd.
Dates: circa 1937
Frederick Webb Hodge and Father Felix Pudlowski Correspondence Regarding Father Zephyrin Engelhardt
Scope and contents This collection consists of correspondence between Dr. Frederick Webb Hodge, Director of the Southwest Museum, and Father Felix Pudlowski of the Santa Barbara Mission, California. The collection also includes a posthumous biographical sketch for Father Zephyrin Engelhardt.The correspondence consists of a 1934 letter from Hodge responding to Father Pudlowski's request for a biography, which was distributed by the Southwest Museum. There is also a follow-up postcard from Father...
Dates: 1934 April 27
James Quinlan Biographical Manuscript
Abstract This is a biographical manuscript on James Quinlin. No author or date is listed, but it refers to Quinlin's widow Anna, and her death on December 18, 1912.
Dates: between 1912 and 1931
Junipero Serra Collection
Abstract Junipero Serra (1713-1784) was a priest of the Franciscan order in the Catholic Church, who helped Spain conquer and colonize what is now the state of California. This is a collection of magazine and newspaper clippings, manuscripts, programs, and posters regarding Junipero Serra, dating from 1904-1963. Materials are in English and Spanish.
The Story of Candalaria (sic): The Old Indian Basket Maker
Abstract This file contains a typed manuscript entitled "The Story of Candalaria (sic): the Old Indian Basket Maker, as told by her to George Henley and Dr. Bizzel of the Sespe in 1914." This is a copy made in 1955.
What's It Like to be an American Indian?
Abstract This is a typed manuscript entitled "What's It Like to be an American Indian?" written by Broken-Wing Bird, also known as Mrs. Leta Myers Smart, a member of the Omaha tribe of Nebraska.
Dates: circa 1964