MODS Metadata Analysis for mods:note

11010 records out of a total of 19,048 MODS records have an entry in the mods:note field, for a total of 57.8% fields with one of the following values. The total of all records is 174,167, of which MODS records account for almost 11%.

"(April 1911)"1
"(Aug. 1907)"2
"(Aug. 1908)"1
"(C.H. Lee - July 1907)"1
"(Feb. 1908)"3
"(Feb. 1911)"1
"(H.H. - Sept. 1908)"1
"(Homer Hamlin - July 1908)"2
"(J.B.L. - April 1908)"1
"(J.B.L. - Aug. 1907)"2
"(J.B.L. - June 18, 1907)"3
"(J.B.L. - June 20, 1907)"4
"(J.B.L.)"1
"(Jan. 1907)"9
"(July 1906)"5
"(July 1908)"3
"(March 1907)"1
"(March 1908)"2
"(March 1909)"2
"(May 1909)"3
"(Nov. 1906)"14
"(Nov. 1908)"2
"(Oct. 1908)"1
"(Panuelee - Jan. 1907)"4
"(Sept. 1907)"1
"(Shuey)"5
"(W.M. - July 1907)"2
"August 1912"1
"PYSEL, Santa Barbara"1
"showing careless excavation by steam shovel."1
"showing effect of earthquake of Aug. 10, 1912."1
"showing method of forming this outside work."2
1 photographic print : albumen10
1 photographic print : b&w32
1 photographic print : b&w ; 9 x 14 cm1
1 photographic print : stereograph3
1 photographic print : stereograph ; 10 x 18 cm3
16 p. ; 23 cm.1
Advertisement, variant.2
Advertisement.2
Banner at Project Ngoc walk-a-thon3
Black and white photograph2
Branch files- Alaska1
Branch files- California Banquet and fashion show for 47th Anniversary of NAACP, El Cortez Hotel, San Diego, Calif.2
Calvin Wesley Wilcox, photographer, Sacramento, Calif. (photographer stamp). Branch files- California Adam's Autumn fashion show, Sacramento, Calif.2
Caption title.1
Captioned in manuscript26
Captioned in manuscript Title supplied by cataloger1
Chinese American children carry lanterns in a Moon Festival lantern parade in Chinatown, Los Angeles2
Collection consists of some personalia and correspondence, extensive field notes, writings, and records relating to the American Indian Film Project, dating primarily from the early and late years of Barrett's working life. Biographical information contains course notes, diaries of trips to Africa, Hawaii, the American Southwest, national parks in the Western United States, and the Yucatan Peninsula. Correspondence includes letters to and from Alfred Kroeber, George G. Heye, Frederick J. Dockstadter, and other anthropologists, Milwaukee Public Museum colleagues W.C. McKren, Robert E. Ritzenthaler, and Stephan F. De Borhegyi, and with various Barrett family members. Writings are articles, monographs, speeches, and book reviews. Field notes date from 1896 and reflect Barrett's work with the Pomoan peoples, the Cayapa Indians of Ecuador, the Hopi, Kwakiutl, and Sierra Miwok Indians, as well as information about the Chippewa, Menominee, Piute, Washo, Wintun, and Yuki Indians. Most papers relating to his tenure at the Milwaukee Public museum remained with that institution and not generally present in this collection Ethnologist, linguist, writer, and film maker, Barrett studied with Alfred L. Kroeber at the University of California, Berkeley, and received a doctorate in anthropology in 1908. He was curator of anthropology (1911-1920), and director (1920-1940) of the Milwaukee Public Museum2
Cover title.1
Cover-title.1
Defendants in the Sleepy Lagoon murder trial are reunited with family and friends in the Los Angeles Hall of Justice following their acquittal After the murder and assault convictions of 17 Mexican American youths in the Sleepy Lagoon murder case, the Sleepy Lagoon Defense Committee advocated for the defendants until the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals overturned the convictions as a miscarriage of justice2
Dictation recorded by Thomas Savage2
Entrant in anti-smoking art contest for middle-school students10
FBI agents arrest Japanese males, including many community and religious leaders, in the first round of forced evacuations from Terminal Island following the Japanese attack on Pearl Habor Terminal Island, an artificial island in the Los Angeles Harbor and Long Beach Harbor, was the American base of the Japanese fishing industry until residents were forcefully arrested or evacuated between 1941 and 19421
Handwritten manuscript by Adelina Pleasants1
Handwritten note on original manila envelope holding photographic negative reads, "Views in Jap Town."2
Hank Ballard and the Moonlighters perform at Club Lingerie in Hollywood, Los Angeles (Calif.)2
Headline: "A Case For Redress, section 5"1
Henry Leyvas, age 20, was one of the defendants in the Sleepy Lagoon murder case1
Hillside view of the Mexican American community Chavez Ravine, near present day Elysian Park and Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles1
Image is digital synthesis of 3 physically separate sections.2
Issue of Chung Sai Yat Po newspaper. In Chinese, with some English Text Published daily (except Sun.) at Oakland, Calif., July 2, 1906-Mar. 28, 1908 Began with Feb. 16, 1900 issue. Ceased in 1953?1459
Item was left at the Travelodge Transit Center by a refugee family7
Japanese Americans and Japanese nationals returning to Los Angeles after wartime internment in Heart Mountain, Colorado unload their belongings from a passenger train1
Japanese Americans settle into temporary housing in the Winona trailer camp in Burbank, California following their release from wartime internment camps1
Japanese agricultural workers tend to a vegetable farm near the Lockheed plant in Burbank, California1
Japanese immigrants and aliens register as Los Angeles residents under the Alien Registration Act of 1940. Interior view of the United States Post Office at 660 E. 22nd Street in downtown Los Angeles1
Japanese, German, and Italian immigrant and alien prisoners awaiting relocation or imprisonment in 1941. These individuals were considered to pose a threat to U.S. security during World War Two3
Las Posadas, a presentation of the nine-day journey of Mary and Joseph to Bethlehem, is celebrated every December on Olvera Street with hymns and candlelight processionals1
Mexican American youths in "zoot suits" are detained for questioning in a Los Angeles jail following a brawl1
Mexican Independence Day is celebrated in Los Angeles with dancing, music, and stage performances1
Mexican migrant workers travel by train to Los Angeles as participants in the Bracero Program, which was instituted by the American and Mexican goverments to ease agricultural labor shortages in the United States during World War Two1
Northern California voter registration.1
Notecard with reproduction of painting, distributed by Project Ngoc2
Ownership stamp: Bob Stein, 360 Rugby, Berkeley, Calif. Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire No. 13
Ownership stamp: Bob Stein, 360 Rugby, Berkeley, Calif. Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire No. 121
Ownership stamp: Bob Stein, 360 Rugby, Berkeley, Calif. Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire No. 62
Ownership stamp: Bob Stein, 360 Rugby, Berkeley, Calif. Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Reconstruction -- Large Photos No. 21
Ownership stamp: Bob Stein, 360 Rugby, Berkeley, Calif. Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Folsom1
Ownership stamp: Bob Stein, 360 Rugby, Berkeley, Calif. Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Numbered Streets -- (11-17)1
Ownership stamp: E.M. Leonard, M.D., 821 Phelan Building, San Francisco, Calif. Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire No. 81
Ownership stamp: John P. Strohbeen, 435 King St., Santa Cruz, California Shelf location: GS -- Photographers -- San Francisco -- Aydelotte [1906 Earthquake Views]33
Ownership stamp: Louis L. Stein, 360 Rugby Ave., Berkeley 7, Calif. Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Street Kitchens1
Ownership stamp: Louis L. Stein, Jr., 360 Rugby Avenue, Berkeley 7, Calif. Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Fulton1
Ownership stamp: Louis L. Stein, Jr., 360 Rugby Avenue, Berkeley 7, Calif. Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Mission1
Part of: Andrew C. Lawson papers, 1885-1951., BANC MSS C-B 602, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.193
Part of: Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, QE531.S4, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.1
Part of: California miscellany : additions, bulk 1829-1981, BANC MSS 73/122 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.7
Part of: Eaton family papers, 1862-1906, BANC MSS C-B 538, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.1
Part of: George Cooper Pardee papers, BANC MSS C-B 400, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.18
Part of: Hooker family papers, 1783-1951, BANC MSS 77/1 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.1
Part of: James D. Phelan papers, BANC MSS C-B 800, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.27
Part of: Letters written to her from San Francisco at the time of the 1906 earthquake and fire : ms., 1906 Apr., BANC MSS 72/88 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.2
Part of: Percy H. Gregory letters, MS 3455, California Historical Society.2
Part of: San Francisco earthquake and fire., xF869.S3.93.S1649, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.3
Part of: Selections from: Growing up in the cities: oral history transcripts of tape-recorded interviews., BANC MSS 79/34c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.8
Part of: Sunset Magazine: earthquake related issues, F850.S95, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.4
Part of: Wallace G. Macgregor papers, BANC MSS 97/49 cp, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.7
Part of: William H. Chapman letters : relating to the San Francisco earthquake of 1906, BANC MSS 93/62 C, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.15
Parts of Los Angeles' Old Chinatown, located in the historic El Pueblo plaza, were razed in the 1930s to make way for Union Station. The remainder was destroyed in the 1940s to create space for a freeway. Residents relocated several blocks north and west to form New Chinatown and China City4
Pfc. David Gonzales, who fought and died in the Philippines during World War Two, was posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor1
Photo by Earl Fowler, Los Angeles, Calif. (photographer stamp). Los Angeles Field Office. First Annual Lifetime Membership Banquet of Westside Branch, NAACP, held in Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, Calif.3
Photo by Robert R. Douglas (photographer stamp).3
Photographer's Number: 831
Photographer's number: 1 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 10 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 11 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 12 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 13 Published plate number: none, or unknown.4
Photographer's number: 14 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 15 Published plate number: none, or unknown.4
Photographer's number: 16 Published plate number: none, or unknown.6
Photographer's number: 17 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 18 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 19 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 2 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 21 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 22 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 23 Published plate number: none, or unknown.4
Photographer's number: 24 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 25 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 26 Published plate number: none, or unknown.4
Photographer's number: 27 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 29 Published plate number: none, or unknown.4
Photographer's number: 3 Published plate number: none, or unknown.4
Photographer's number: 30 Published plate number: none, or unknown.4
Photographer's number: 31 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 32 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 33 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 34 Published plate number: none, or unknown.4
Photographer's number: 35 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 36 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 37 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 38 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 39 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 4 Published plate number: none, or unknown.5
Photographer's number: 40 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 41 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 42 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 43 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 44 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 45 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 46 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 47 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 48 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 49 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 5 Published plate number: none, or unknown.4
Photographer's number: 50 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 51 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 52 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 53 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 54 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 55 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 56 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 57 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 58 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 6 Published plate number: none, or unknown.4
Photographer's number: 60 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 62 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 63 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 64 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 65 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 66 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 67 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 68 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 69 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 7 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 70 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 71 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 72 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 73 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 74 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 75 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 76 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 77 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 78 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 79 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 8 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: 80 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 82 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 83 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 84 Published plate number: none, or unknown.2
Photographer's number: 85 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 86 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 87 Published plate number: none, or unknown.1
Photographer's number: 9 Published plate number: none, or unknown.3
Photographer's number: none, or unknown. Published plate number: none, or unknown.170
Photographer's stamp on verso: Arnold Genthe, 41 East 44th St., New York Shelf location: GS -- Photographers -- RM -- Genthe, Arnold (1869-1942) -- San Francisco Earthquake, 1906, Views11
Photomechanical print Shelf location: CO -- (Alameda) Oakland -- Earthquake (1906)1
Photomechanical print Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- San Jose -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets1
Photomechanical print Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- Stanford University -- Earthquake (1906) -- Gymnasium1
Photomechanical print Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- Stanford University -- Earthquake (1906) -- Memorial Arch1
Photomechanical print Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- Stanford University -- Earthquake (1906) -- Memorial Church -- Interior1
Photomechanical print Shelf location: CO -- (Sonoma) Santa Rosa -- Post Cards12
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire1
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire No. 51
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire No. 61
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire No. 817
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire Postcards No. 17
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire Postcards No. 210
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- General -- Small Photos No. 15
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- General -- Small Photos No. 28
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Reconstruction -- Large Photos No. 13
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Reconstruction -- Large Photos No. 21
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Reconstruction -- Small Photos No. 217
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Cemeteries1
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Golden Gate Park No. 11
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Jefferson Square4
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugees -- General5
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugees -- Relief2
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugees -- Relief No. 13
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugees -- Relief No. 23
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugees -- Relief No. 31
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Street Kitchens2
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- California3
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- City Hall Avenue1
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Clay1
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Kearny1
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Market1
Photomechanical print Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Troops -- Small Photos2
Police officers raid a Chinese American lottery2
Prepared with assistance of Thomas Savage1
Ritual for those who died at sea1
Shelf location: (OV) San Francisco -- Earthquake (1906) --2
Shelf location: (OV) San Francisco -- Earthquake (1906) -- Panoramas8
Shelf location: CO -- (Alameda) Oakland -- Earthquake (1906)20
Shelf location: CO -- (Marin) -- Bolinas -- Earthquake (1906)4
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara County) (General)3
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- Agnew -- Agnew's Insane Asylum -- Earthquake (1906)1
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- San Jose -- Earthquake (1906) -- Architecture, Domestic -- Gen.2
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- San Jose -- Earthquake (1906) -- Churches -- St. Patrick's1
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- San Jose -- Earthquake (1906) -- Dougherty Building1
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- San Jose -- Earthquake (1906) -- Hobsons Store4
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- San Jose -- Earthquake (1906) -- Hotels -- Russ House Annex1
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- San Jose -- Earthquake (1906) -- Native Sons Hall1
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- San Jose -- Earthquake (1906) -- Schools -- San Jose High School5
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- San Jose -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets4
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- San Jose -- Earthquake (1906) -- Unique Theatre1
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- San Jose -- Earthquake (1906) -- United States Post Office2
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- Stanford University -- Earthquake (1906) -- Angel of Grief Monument2
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- Stanford University -- Earthquake (1906) -- Gymnasium9
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- Stanford University -- Earthquake (1906) -- Library, Uncompleted -- Large Photos4
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- Stanford University -- Earthquake (1906) -- Library, Uncompleted -- Small Photos & Post Cards8
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- Stanford University -- Earthquake (1906) -- Memorial Arch7
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- Stanford University -- Earthquake (1906) -- Memorial Church -- Exterior -- Photos5
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- Stanford University -- Earthquake (1906) -- Memorial Church -- Interior2
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- Stanford University -- Earthquake (1906) -- Miscellaneous8
Shelf location: CO -- (Santa Clara) -- Stanford University -- Earthquake (1906) -- Unidentified11
Shelf location: CO -- (Sonoma) Santa Rosa -- Small Photos33
Shelf location: GS -- Photographers -- RM -- Genthe, Arnold (1869-1942) -- San Francisco Earthquake, 1906, Views2
Shelf location: GS -- Photographers -- San Francisco -- Aydelotte [1906 Earthquake Views]3
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Churches and Synagogues2
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Cracked Pavement4
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Districts -- Downtown -- Chinatown1
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Districts -- Downtown -- North Beach1
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Districts -- Mission2
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire Department5
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire No. 139
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire No. 1014
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire No. 1120
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire No. 128
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire No. 213
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire No. 324
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire No. 424
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire No. 522
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire No. 624
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire No. 727
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire No. 87
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire No. 931
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire Postcards No. 19
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Fire Postcards No. 24
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- General11
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- General -- Large Photos No. 127
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- General -- Large Photos No. 219
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- General -- Large Photos No. 311
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- General -- Scharff (Ervin E.) Collection39
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- General -- Small Photos No. 1213
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- General -- Small Photos No. 2127
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- General -- Small Photos No. 368
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Golden Gate Park7
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Graves2
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Hotels -- Fairmont1
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Mills Building3
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Panoramas1
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Police Department1
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Reconstruction -- Large Photos No. 118
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Reconstruction -- Large Photos No. 220
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Reconstruction -- Small Photos No. 173
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Reconstruction -- Small Photos No. 232
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Cemeteries1
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Columbia Square2
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Fort Mason13
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Golden Gate Park No. 119
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Golden Gate Park No. 24
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Golden Gate Park No. 33
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Hamilton Square3
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Harbor View1
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Jefferson Square13
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Lafayette Square7
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Lobos Square11
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Market St.5
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Mission Park4
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Nob Hill1
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- North Beach1
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Portsmouth Square5
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Potrero District6
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Presidio7
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Telegraph Hill5
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Unidentified19
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Unidentified No. 23
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Union Square10
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugee Camps -- Washington Square1
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugees -- General57
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugees -- Relief2
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugees -- Relief No. 123
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugees -- Relief No. 230
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Refugees -- Relief No. 316
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Street Kitchens32
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Battery2
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Bay1
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Broadway6
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Bryant2
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Bush12
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- California64
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Capp22
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Church1
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- City Hall Avenue34
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Clay4
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Columbus3
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Commercial1
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Dolores2
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Dore3
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Eddy6
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Ellis5
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Embarcadero2
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Fell2
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Filbert2
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Fillmore7
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Folsom8
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Franklin1
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Front3
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Fulton1
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Geary14
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Golden Gate Ave.9
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Gough6
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Grant Ave.11
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Green2
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Guerrero1
Shelf location: SF -- Earthquake (1906) -- Streets -- Harrison3
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The Bracero Program was instituted by the Mexican and United States governments to ease American agricultural labor shortages during World War Two. The program attracted millions of Mexican laborers, hopeful for higher wages and legal contract work, until its demise in 196413
The Watts Towers are the artistic creation of Italian American immigrant Simon Rodia, who single-handedly built his creation over a period of 34 years on a triangular lot at 1761-1765 East 107th Street in Los Angeles1
The call number given above merely represents one available version of this document; it does not indicate the particular copy used by the UCHDA in preparing this digital representation14
Title for this painting supplied during cataloging6
Title supplied by artist61
Title supplied by cataloger34
Title supplied by cataloger Captioned in manuscript2
Two drafts of the same letter1
Vietnamese refugees protest forced repatriation at Hong Kong refugee camp3
View of a Burbank, California trailer park used for temporarily housing Japanese Americans recently released from wartime internment camps1
View of the Mexican American community Chavez Ravine, near present day Elysian Park and Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, from a nearby hillside1
View of the Seven Star Sacred Caverns and wishing pool designed by Prof. Liu Hong Kay in Chinatown, Los Angeles, which are artistic renderings of an actual scenic spot in Guangdong province1
Vol. 32, no. 93 of the Press Democrat, Issued April 19, 1906 at the time of the San Francisco earthquake.1
Written from Goldfield, Nevada.2
blueprint41
buildings, tents1
cracked1
diazo print1
diazo print, originally printed in reverse1
ink on linen16
intake under construction1
landscape view15
man squatting next to well1
man standing at entrance to tunnel3
man standing on siphon1
man working on siphon1
men and horses working1
men posing in siphon section " Nov. 1912. Hon. Wm. Thum, Messrs. T. Allin, F.E. Wilcox, J.M. Harvey, and M.E. Wood"1
men setting up blast "August 1912"1
men standing on gates1
men walking near gate1
men working in canal5
men working on canal1
men working on conduit5
men working on conduit cover1
men working on conduit cover "Note sacks covering work from sun."1
men working on dam3
men working on pipe2
men working on siphon5
men working on trench1
men, horses, working on siphon1
pencil on tracing paper56
pencil on tracing paper [formerly Rice residence]1
photograph43
photograph stamped on back: "Morrow & Morrow Architects, 1605 DeYoung Building, San Francisco." typed on back: "House on San Leandro Way, St. Francis Wood, San Francisco -- Gertrude E. Comfort (Mrs. Irving F. Morrow), Architect"2
photograph stamped on back: "Morrow & Morrow Architects, 1605 DeYoung Building, San Francisco." typed on back: "House on Santa Monica Way, St. Francis Wood, San Francisco -- Gertrude E. Comfort (Mrs. Irving F. Morrow), Architect"3
river in valley2
three men standing with pipe1
tunnel entrance1
two photographs taped together1
two-sided print on paper Brochure was originally folded with text on cover and drawings inside This piece is signed by GE Comfort (later Morrow) and is included in the Morrow & Morrow Collection1
typescript3
v. ; 23 cm.5