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Scrapbook Collection

Location: M43, Ranges 19A, 41A, 44B (oversize)

This collection consists of scrapbooks the San Francisco History Center has acquired over the years that are not part of larger archival collections. The volumes document the lives of individuals, the activities of organizations, and the events of the day that the creators deemed worthy of remembering.

Scrapbooks are identified and arranged by an assigned number. Occasionally, a ‘scrapbook’ may consist of more than one volume, but all parts are represented by the one number. Oversize volumes are identified. A subject guide follows. Subject access is also available through the San Francisco History Center’s Biography Index and Subject Index cards. For publication, citations for items should read:

[Title], Scrapbook Collection, San Francisco History Center, San Francisco Public Library.

Photocopying of scrapbooks is prohibited, due to the fragile nature of the books, as well as to prevent fading resulting from light exposure. Photographic reproductions may be made through arrangements with the Photograph Collection staff. Some scrapbooks have been microfilmed, and photocopies can be printed from the microfilm.

This collection was inventoried and described with the assistance of Leah Loscutoff, San Francisco State University History Department intern, in Spring 2000.

Subjects

Numerical Listing of Volumes


Scrapbook 1

Title
Reviews / Paul Bancroft
Creator
Paul Bancroft
Date range
c.1880 -1915
Contents
Newspaper clippings, excerpts from periodicals (including Spanish
language), pamphlets, letters, engravings, ephemera.
Notes
Scrapbooks include: one volume of Hubert H. Bancroft’s articles, and reviews of his works, ephemera from The History Company and Paul Bancroft; one volume deals with Retrospection, Bancroft’s published memoirs; a third, with his Popular History of Mexico.
Volumes
3
Condition
Fairly poor, binding detaching.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 3

Title
Hiking Clubs
Creator
Amy Deeter
Contents
Newsletters, pamphlets, ephemera, news clippings, correspondence, photographs.
Date range
1951 - 1959
Notes
Publications and ephemera from the Contra Costa Hills Club, the California Alpine Club, the Sierra Club and other organizations. Letters describe trips, events, and destinations (e.g. state parks and campgrounds.)
Volumes
2
Condition
Fairly good; some discoloration.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 5

Title
[La Fiesta de Los Angeles]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
Pamphlets, souvenirs, certificates, invitations, songbooks, memos, newspaper clippings, stamps, stickers, tickets.
Date range
1931
Notes
A week-long event, La Fiesta de Los Angeles marked L.A.’s sesqui-centennial, celebrating historic California and using Spanish and Mexican themes.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fairly good.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 6

Title
[ San Francisco Christmas Seal Association]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
Newspaper clippings.
Date range
1940 - 1941
Notes
Advertisements and promotional material for Christmas Seals, which were purchased to help fund the fight against tuberculosis. The profits from Christmas Seals would help build hospitals for children suffering from tuberculosis. Elinar Hollboell, a Danish postal clerk, conceived the idea in 1903.
Volumes
2
Condition
Fairly poor; discoloration and brittle paper.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 7

Title
[San Francisco School Board]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
Newspaper clippings, printed pictures.
Date range
1870 - 1880’s
Notes
Clippings deal with school board decisions in San Francisco, and other events that took place in that time.
Volumes
1
Condition
Poor; discoloration, brittle paper.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 8

Title
Supreme Court Decisions
Creator
Unknown
Contents
Newspaper clippings.
Date range
1890 - 1891.
Notes
Articles document appeals from various superior courts of California, describing cases and state Supreme Court decisions. (A label on the inside front cover has the note: “DeYoung Museum.”)
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 9

Title
[Uncle Jacob’s / I. & G. Jacobs / B. Jacobs and Bro.]
Creator
Unknown [Gabriel Jacobs?]
Date range
1892 - 1898
Contents
Notarized depositions; newspaper clippings, handbills, trade cards
Notes
Depositions sworn before John Coffee (and other notaries public) regarding lost tickets for B. Jacobs and Bro., Dealers in Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry (1 v.); and, advertisements for Uncle Jacob’s, a San Francisco money lender and pawn shop located at 613 Pacific Street, doing business since 1853
(1 v.).
Volumes
2
Condition
poor

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 10

Title
[Alfred B. Saroni] Bk. I
Creator
Alfred B. Saroni?
Contents
Newspaper clippings, photographs, ephemera, correspondence
Date range
c. 1906-c. 1930
Notes
Saroni was son of Louis Saroni, founder of Louis Saroni sugar firm of San Francisco. Following the 1906 earthquake, operations were moved to Oakland, though the firm later continued business in San Francisco. Alfred married into the Zellerbach family, and the book includes many family photographs, as well as materials reflecting Alfred’s involvement in civic, political, and social activities.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair; fragile, paper crumbling, acid stains, materials cut from volume.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 11

Title
[Thomas F. Boyle]
Creator
Thomas F. Boyle
Contents
newspaper clippings, ephemera.
Date range
1888 - 1912.
Note
Thomas Boyle worked as San Francisco’s city auditor. These clippings document his work history, with some news stories about his father at front, as well as dealings of the tax committee, issues of city employee salaries, bonds, and pension funds. Boyle became ill with pneumonia and died.
Volumes
1 (“v.6 of 6”)
Condition
Fair, binding loose.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 15 [vacant]

Title
Creator
Contents
Date range
Notes
Volumes
Condition

Scrapbook 16

Title
[Scrapbook of Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Jones]
Creator
Mrs. Walter R. (Adelyn Brickley) Jones
Contents
Greeting cards, notes, letters, photographs, souvenirs, newspaper clippings, wedding memorabilia, postcards.
Date range
1912 - 1914
Notes
Adelyn Brickley was a wealthy society girl in San Francisco. She married Walter R. Jones.
Volumes
2
Condition
Fairly good; discoloration.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 17

Title
Mr. Louis R. Lurie, pere
Creator
unknown
Contents
Reprints of New York Times front pages, autographs, photograph.
Date range
1962
Notes
A birthday present for Louis R. Lurie. Reprinted front pages from the New York Times showed the world events that took place each decade of his life. The end of the scrapbook includes a happy birthday wish signed by his friends. A matted photograph of a pencil sketch of Lurie, drawn by James Montgomery Flagg, is inserted in front.
Volumes
1
Condition
good

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 18 OVERSIZE MICROFILM: S.F. Subjects, Reel 9

Title
[United Railroads Strike]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
Newspaper clippings
Date range
1906 - 1907
Notes
Richard Cornelius, president of the union for the railroad workers, led the strike against the United Railroad Company, run by president Patrick Calhoun. The car men asked for higher wages. Strikebreakers were brought in. Fierce riots broke out. Thornwell Mullally succeeded Patrick Calhoun as president. Arbitration meetings are documented.
Volumes
1
Condition
Poor; pages spotted, stained, binding loose.

Subject Headings

see also: Scrapbook 84


Scrapbook 19

Title
[California Supreme Court decisions]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
Newspaper clippings, manuscript index to volume.
Date range
1865 - 1868
Notes
California Supreme Court decisions published in the Sacramento Daily Union. An alphabetical index of cases precedes clippings.
Volumes
1
Condition
Poor; very brittle paper, discoloration, some tears.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 20

Title
Conference News
Creator
unknown
Contents
Newspaper clippings
Date range
April 25, 1945 – July 3, 1945
Notes
Newspaper stories covering the United Nations Conference on International Organization in San Francisco. Many pieces written by Charles Raudebaugh and Earl C. Behrens, Chronicle political editor. Vol. 1 has “Conference News” pasted on cover; second vol. cover reads “Conference News Book 3.”
Volumes
2
Condition
Good, but paper acidic.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 21

Title
[Charles Hogan Scrapbook]
Creator
Charles Hogan
Contents
Photographs, stamps, cards, letters, sheet music, miscellaneous souvenirs.
Date range
1872 - 1934
Notes
Personal scrapbook of Charles Hogan, son of John and Anna Hogan. He was a member of the First Regiment, California U. S. Volunteer Infantry, in the Spanish-American War and Philippine Insurrection (1898 - 99). He was also a member of the S.F. Fire Dept., and served in the Canadian army in France during World War I.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fairly good.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 24

Title
Cultural Vibration of a Vital Community
Creator
Dalisay Bocobo Balunsat
Contents
Newspaper clippings, photocopied letters, bulletins, photographs.
Date range
1974
Notes
Filipino cultural week is a San Francisco celebration celebrating its large Filipino community. An exhibit of Filipino writers’ work was displayed in the San Francisco Public Library. The scrapbook was entered in the John Cotton Dana Library Public Relations Awards Contest in 1975.
Volumes
1
Condition
Good

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 25

Title
[Superior Court]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
Letters, official documents, newspaper clippings.
Date range
1929 - 1946
Notes
Documents the events of the San Francisco Superior Court. Describes court cases and their outcomes.
Volumes
1
Condition
Poor. Discoloration and brittle paper because of age.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 26

Title
[Municipal Court and City Elections]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
Newspaper clippings, municipal records, reports, bond propositions.
Date range
1911 - 1931
Notes
Articles pertain to political candidates, court decisions, public policy, and city legislation. City statistics (e.g. population) are also included.
Volumes
1
Condition
Very poor; falling apart from age; paper very fragile.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 27

Title
[Grand Jury Hearings]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
Newspaper clippings
Date range
1935-1937
Notes
Articles document court cases, other legal matters, changes made in the Bar Association, jury reform.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 28

Title
[Grand Jury Hearings]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
news clippings
Date range
1937-1948
Notes
Articles deal with court hearings and the dismissal and reappointment of the grand jury, a police graft investigation, and Judge Steiger.
Volumes
Condition
fair

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 29

Title
Clippings No. One (spine) (formerly ‘Grand Jury news clips 1910-19’)
Creator
[Bernard J. Flood]
Contents
newspaper clippings, ephemera, manuscripts,
Date range
1910-1919
Notes
Apparently compiled by Flood, Superior Court judge, the articles concern his court decisions, with an emphasis on divorce cases; the Ancient Order of Hibernians, San Francisco St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, 1917 and 1918, and political issues and figures in Ireland; campaign ephemera for Flood for Justice of the Peace, 1910. Manuscripts include speeches delivered by Flood.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 30

Title
[Newspaper editorials]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
newspaper clippings, pamphlets, cartoons.
Date range
1912-1927
Notes
Newspaper editorials, poems, eulogies. Articles about the presiding judge of the Superior Court, Harold Louderback. Controversial case of bribery charges involving Judge Louderback. (Former spine title: “Grand Jury Newsclippings.”)
Volumes
1
Condition
fair

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 31

Title
[Judicial Council]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
newspaper clippings, pamphlets
Date range
1928-1930
Notes
Articles pertain to judicial decisions and court structure. Pamphlet includes amendments to Constitution and proposed statutes, with arguments respecting the same. Decisions on judicial elections, and the SF Bar Association. Appointments to city offices. SF Municipal Court decisions.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 32

Title
General Book
Creator
Unknown
Contents
newspaper clippings
Date range
1945 -1952
Notes
Articles on San Francisco Superior Court appointments, judges, and decisions. Federal jury selections.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 33

Title
[Judicial legislation]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
News clippings.
Date range
1938-1946
Notes
News clippings dealing with judicial decisions, legislation, and court hearings.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair; paper discoloration.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 34

Title
[Tribute to Civic Leaders in San Francisco]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
News clippings
Date range
1930-1935
Notes
Articles on various deceased civic leaders of San Francisco. Some leaders included are: James Phelan, James Rolph, Oscar Sutro, and various judges from the San Francisco Superior Court.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair; discoloration, torn paper.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 35

Title
[San Francisco Elections]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
News clippings
Date range
1930-1943
Notes
Articles focus on city politics and elections. Many editorials discuss opinions on city charters and other important topics of city legislation. Voting advertisement is included along with political propaganda. Election outcomes documented.
Volumes
1 ( refer also to vols. 25- 37)
Condition
Fair; discoloration, ripped pages.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 36

Title
[Election Data]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
Election ballots, party tickets, papers with data from elections, newspaper clippings, campaign slogans, letters, voter pamphlets.
Date range
1918 - 1930
Notes
Information on San Francisco elections and published election results.. Articles discuss various candidates and outcomes of elections. Judicial elections dominate the volume.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fairly poor; discoloration, paper stained, tears.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 37

Title
[San Francisco Municipal Court System]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
Newspaper clippings
Date range
1930 - 1935
Notes
Articles concern court decisions and other legal matters; judicial legislation; judicial elections; news of the San Francisco Bar Association.
Volumes
1 (refer also to the ones above)
Condition
fair; some discoloration.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 39 see Range 41a

Title
Grand Jury
Creator
Contents
Newspaper clippings
Date range
1931-1932

Scrapbook 40 see Range 41a

Title
Grand Jury
Creator
Contents
Newspaper clippings
Date range
1923-1925

Scrapbook 41 see Range 41a

Title
Grand Jury - Judicial
Contents
Newspaper clippings
Date range
1925-1928

Scrapbook 42 see Range 41a

Title
Grand Jury
Contents
Newspaper clippings
Date range
1916-1920

Scrapbook 43 see Range 41a

Title
Grand Jury
Contents
Newspaper clippings
Date range
1920-1922

Scrapbook 44 see Range 41a

Title
Grand Jury, Elections - Judicial
Contents
Newspaper clippings
Date range
1944-1948

Scrapbook 45 MICROFILM: S. F. Subjects, Reel 4

Title
Cable Car Days [Presidio Railroad Co.]
Creator
Presidio Railroad Co. (?)
Contents
Newspaper clippings
Date range
1880 - 1889
Notes
Articles document the building of new street railways, the installation of safety precautions, and the accidents or deaths connected with the railway system. Ordinance 1694 required a gong to be rung to notify the pedestrians a car was approaching. (Scrapbook gift of Warren Howell?)
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair; discoloration, stains.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 46

Title
[San Francisco News Clippings]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
Newspaper clippings
Date range
1906 - 1949
Notes
Articles with news of the day, starting with the recovery from the 1906 disaster and ending with the proposal for a new San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. Included are printed pictures of the City Hall and the Palace Hotel , both destroyed in 1906.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair; discoloration, stains.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 47

Title
[Mayoralty Campaign]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
News clippings
Date range
1939
Notes
Articles deal with the progress of the mayoral race. Incumbent mayor Angelo Rossi ran against candidates Supervisor James B. McSheehy and Rep. Franck Havenner. Mayor Rossi won the election by a slim margin.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair; discoloration, red ink marks.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 48 MICROFILM: S.F. Subjects, Reel 6

Title
[San Francisco Ferry Building]
Creator
unknown
Contents
Newspaper clippings, monthly newsletters
Date range
1896 - 1898
Notes
Proposals and plans to build a Ferry Building depot at the end of Market St. Articles include information about the of costs, benefits, and disadvantages of the Ferry Building. Other articles deal with city planning and issues of the waterfront.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair; slight discoloration and minor stains.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 49 MICROFILM: S.F. Subjects, Reel 7

Title
[Golden Gate Bridge]
Creator
Blanche Morse Kenna
Contents
Newspaper clippings, printed Photographs
Date range
1932 - 1958
Notes
Articles document the progress of the building of the Golden Gate Bridge, describe the site where the bridge was to be built, and reproduce architectural plans of the bridge; injuries or deaths occurring during construction were reported; festivities for the opening of the bridge are reported on. Problems and changes in the traffic commute after the bridge opened are described in later articles.
Volumes
3
Condition
Loose broken spine; binding poor; minor tears in pictures.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 50

Title
[The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge]
Creator
Blanche Morse Kenna
Contents
Newspaper clippings, printed pictures
Date range
1926 - 1941
Notes
Articles document construction of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, from first proposals and plans to the opening of the bridge, including the development of Treasure Island. Deaths and injuries are documented. Articles report problems, setbacks, and opinions about bridge construction, and progress of laying a railroad across the bridge.
Volumes
1
Condition
poor (binding falling apart, some picture tears.)

Subject Headings

See also: Scrapbook 51.


Scrapbook 51

Title
[ San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge clippings]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
Newspaper clippings, printed pictures, newsletter
Date range
1935 - 1936
Notes
Clippings deal with construction of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, including construction schedule, the railway terminal, blueprint plans for the bridge; opening day reports; editorials about the bridge.
Volumes
2
Condition
Very poor (pages falling apart, very fragile , binding is completely off)

Subject Headings

See also: Scrapbook 50


Scrapbook 52

Title
[Cable Car Days] [Edgar Kahn]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
News clippings, brochures, newsletters, printed pictures, schedule.
Date range
1940 - 1957
Notes
A look back at the early days of the cable car; the debate over restoring the cars or getting rid of them for financial reasons; some lines were to be removed (Washington - Jackson route.) Cable Car Days in San Francisco by Edgar Kahn (1940) is reviewed.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fairly poor, tears, discoloration.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 53

Title
[San Francisco Firsts]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
Newspaper clippings.
Date Range 1946 - 1951
Notes
Articles looking into San Francisco’s past and record the “first” time something took place here. Items relate to city structure, organizations, products, and commercial ventures.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fairly poor; paper fragile.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 54

Title
Romance and Humor of “Old San Francisco”
Creator
Barbara Densmore (granddaughter of Walter Thompson)
Contents
Newspaper and magazine articles, galley proofs, letter
Date range
1916 - 1932 (compiled 1941)
Notes
Written by Walter J. Thompson (d. 1932), veteran newspaperman and editor, articles focus on the early days of San Francisco and what citizens did for entertainment. Photographs have been relocated to SFHC Photograph Collection. Watercolors attributed to Washington Butler have been relocated to
Original Art flat files.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair; paper fragile, discolored; leather binding.

Subject Headings

See also: Scrapbook 55


Scrapbook 55 OVERSIZE

Title
[Old San Francisco Clippings]
Creator
Blanche Morse Kenna
Contents
Newspaper clippings, magazine clippings.
Date range
1934 - 1957
Notes
Nostalgic articles about the old days of San Francisco, covering: the Gold Rush era; cable cars; the 1906 earthquake and fire, and recovery; important, eccentric and humorous figures in San Francisco history; important places and events. Some clippings relate to San Francisco’s various expositions. A wide representation of events in San Francisco history.
Volumes
5
Condition
Fairly good; minor discoloration, tears.

Subject Headings

See also: Scrapbook 54


Scrapbook

Creator
Unknown
Contents
Newspaper clippings
Date range
1928
Notes
E. G. Fitzhamon feature column, “The Streets of San Francisco,” published in the San Francisco Chronicle. The column focused on the origins of San Francisco street names, as well as notable people and places of San Francisco.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair; discoloration, fragile, some tears.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 57

Title
[Cable Cars ]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
Newspaper clippings, pamphlets, newsletters, printed pictures.
Date range
1945 - 1962
Notes
Articles on the cable cars of San Francisco; some stories discuss concerns for the transit system in San Francisco.
Volumes
1
Condition
Pages slightly warped, poor binding.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 58

Title
[Famous Californians]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
Newspaper and magazine clippings.
Date range
1933 - 1939
Notes
Articles about notable Californians. Some of these figures include Ambrose Bierce, John C. Fremont, Lillie Coit, Charles Crocker. Most articles come from the San Francisco Chronicle feature, “Famous Californians.”
Volumes
1
Condition
Poor, fragile paper.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 59

[Wm. J. Quinn, S.F.P.D. Chief] returned to Wm. J. Quinn, Jr. 11-21-1991


Scrapbook 60

Title
[Swedish Singing Society]
Creator
Lambert Gisslow
Contents
Newspaper clippings, letters, programs, photographs
Date range
1905-1916
Notes
Articles focus on the Swedish Singing Society and other Scandinavian musicians. Concerts and accomplishments are documented, and news of Sweden and world figures is included. Most of the text is in Swedish.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fairly poor; cover tearing; photographs fragile.

Subject Headings

See also: Scrapbooks 61, 62, 63


Scrapbook 61

Title
[United Scandinavian Singers of San Francisco]
Creator
Lambert Gisslow, secretary
Contents
Newspaper clippings, photographs, letters, printed pictures, ephemera.
Date range
1905 - 1913
Notes
Articles discuss the unification of the Norwegian singers with the Swedish singers and the formation of the United Scandinavian Singers of San Francisco; the establishment of Swedish Day; general news stories concerning Sweden; the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. Most articles printed in Swedish.
Volumes
1
Condition
Poor; cover detached; some pages detached.

Subject Headings

See also: Scrapbooks 60, 62, 63


Scrapbook 62

Title
[United Swedish Singers of the Pacific Coast]
Creator
Lambert Gisslow
Contents
Newspaper clippings, programs, letters, printed pictures
Date range
1906 - 1912
Notes
Most articles are in the Swedish language. The scrapbook documents the Swedish singing society; the 1906 disaster; ambitious plans of the Women’s Auxiliary to build a Swedish building at the Panama Pacific International Exposition.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fairly poor; pages detached; cover loose.

Subject Headings

See also: Scrapbooks 60, 61, 63


Scrapbook 63

Title
[United Swedish Singers of the Pacific Coast]
Creator
Lambert Gisslow
Contents
Newspaper clippings, printed pictures, stamps, photographs.
Date range
1915
Notes
The United Swedish Singers of the Pacific Coast was composed of twelve different singing societies. A Swedish singing festival was planned for the Panama Pacific International Exposition. Many articles (in Swedish) describe the society.
Volumes
1
Condition
Poor; items detached; fragile pictures should be put aside.

Subject Headings

See also: Scrapbooks 60, 61, 62


Scrapbook 64

Title
[World War I Era Press Clippings]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
newspaper / magazine clippings, comic strips, political cartoons
Date range
1917 - 1918
Notes
Poetry, fiction, humorous articles, and editorials on American conduct in the World War I period; includes Long’s Somewhere in San Francisco comic strip; Albert Terhune’s column, “Stories of Celebrated Spies;” Annie Laurie columns; Rudyard Kipling poetry. (Pencil notation, back inside cover: “7-2-55 OG.”)
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair, discoloration.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 65

Title
Clippings and Souvenirs – George Lewis Bell
Creator
George Lewis Bell (1883-1958)
Contents
News clippings, ephemera, correspondence
Date range
1917 - 1958
Notes
George Lewis Bell was an attorney and consultant in industrial relations and management, representing Western governors in discussions with Pres. Wilson over IWW “troubles” (1917), and arbitrating disputes between San Francisco building trades unions and employers 1920-1927. Bell worked as executive director of the NRA’s Men’s Clothing Code Authority 1933-1935.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair, discoloration.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 66

Title
[Harvard steamship wreck]
Creator
Adrian H. Goldstone
Contents
News clippings, ticket stubs, letters
Date range
1931
Notes
Articles on the disaster of the Harvard steamship, and the subsequent rescue effort. Names of passengers on board were listed ( the creator’s name being one of them.) Causes of the wreck, the controversy over drunken crewmembers, and personal accounts of the accident are reported.
Volumes
1
Condition
Good; slight discoloration.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 67

Title
[Musical Society of San Francisco]
Creator
Maurice W. O’Connell
Contents
News clippings, periodicals, correspondence, ephemera
Date range
1900 - 1919
Notes
Dr. O’Connell was organist at St. Dominic Church. Scrapbook docu-ments his (and other) musical performances in San Francisco, including his organ recital at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair, loose pages, tears and discoloration.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 68

Title
[Blossom Davis]
Creator
May Blossom Davis
Contents
News clippings, ephemera, manuscript
Date range
1881-1889
Notes
Davis wrote California travel pieces and poetry published in Pacific Rural Press, San Francisco Call, Ladies Home Journal. San Francisco Chronicle special correspondent, she also contributed to California Philatelist. Signed pieces “May Blossom,” “B.D.,” “Blossom Davis.” Includes 6 p. manuscript from school days (study schedule?).
Volumes
1
Condition
Spine detached, leather binding loose, loose items.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 69

Title
[Mission High School Graduate]
Creator
Frieda Kraeger
Contents
Photographs, invitations, school souvenirs, news clippings, graduation announcements, ticket stubs, programs, greeting cards.
Date range
1909 - 1923
Notes
Documentation of the school years of Frieda Kraeger, a graduate of Mission High School, San Francisco in 1919. Autographs from classmates and information on the San Francisco school system are included. This is primarily a photo documentation.
Volumes
1
Condition
Good.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 70

Title
[Beverly Elizabeth Levy baby book]
Creator
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cooper Levy; Beverly Levy
Contents
Photographs, manuscripts, hair, news clippings, ephemera.
Date range
c. 1908 - 1931
Notes
The scrapbook documents important events in Levy’s life (PPIE, family outings, football games, dances, recitals), ending with her graduation from high school in 1931. Mother Stork’s Baby Book is illustrated by Albertine R. Wheelan.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fairly good, some discoloration and tears.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 71

Title
[School Traffic Patrol]
Creator
Byron Getchell
Contents
Letters, tributes, drawings, photographs.
Date range
1948
Notes
Inspector Byron Getchell, head of the school traffic patrol in San Francisco, celebrated his twenty-five year anniversary. Letters written to him congratulate and thank him for his hard work. Governor Earl Warren added his congratulations.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fairly good; wood covers; stains on pages; some pictures torn/detached.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 72

Title
[Indoor Yacht Club]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
news clippings
Date range
1914 - 1927
Notes
Articles report news of the Indoor Yacht Club, as well as judicial (and other) elections and generally significant events. One of the Club’s big events was Beach Day, a midsummer carnival of sorts. Numerous articles discuss James Coffroth, a well-known boxing promoter and attorney.
Volumes
1
Condition
Pages fragile, discolored.

Subject Headings

See also: Scrapbook 76


Scrapbook 73

Title
[ Merla Zellerbach]
Creator
Merla Zellerbach
Contents
Letters, announcements, telegrams, news clippings, photographs.
Date range
1961 - 1962
Notes
The author of “Love in a Dark House” documents her career as a writer. Included are articles and reviews of her writing, letters from June Lockhart Lindsay, Luther Nicholas of Doubleday, Merriam Smith of UPI, and the ambassador of Spain.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 74

Title
[Charles Lindbergh]
Creator
Blanche Morse Kenna
Contents
News clippings
Date range
1927 - 1936
Notes
Articles report Lindbergh’s flight over the Atlantic to Paris; visit to San Francisco, Sept. 1927; Lindbergh baby kidnapping, and Hauptmann trial; Lind - bergh’s part in air mail scandal of Roosevelt’s administration; his experiments.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fairly poor; pages detached and binding broken.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 75

Title
Scenes of the San Francisco Fire and Earthquake, April 18, 1906
Creator
Harry A. Weiss
Contents
Map, printed pictures, clippings (Harper’s Weekly, Scientific American and Sunset magazine), news clippings.
Date range
1906
Notes
Cover: “The Destruction of San Francisco.” Mainly a pictorial document-ation of the great disaster, with “before and after” pictures to show the degree of destruction. Many articles analyze the engineering of the buildings to explain why they came down. Some published first-hand experiences are included.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fairly good, stains.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 76

Title
General : Nov. 1905 to Dec. 1909
Creator
James W. Coffroth
Contents
newspaper clippings, ephemera
Date range
1905 - 1909
Notes
Attorney Coffroth was an early boxing promoter; articles discuss the fights that he set up, various boxing personalities, his involvement in the graft scandal surrounding Mayor Eugene Schmitz, Abe Ruef and the “fight trust.” Political cartoons from the period are numerous.
Volume
1
Condition
Fairly good; discoloration, binding slightly torn.

Subject Headings

See also: Scrapbooks 72, 84


Scrapbook 77

Title
[Refregier Murals]
Creator
Rincon Annex Conservation committee
Contents
Magazine / newspaper clippings, photographs, plans, correspondence.
Date range
1979.
Notes
The Rincon Annex post office is decorated with murals by artist Anton Refregier; scrapbook documents preservation of the murals. They were in danger of being destroyed until the building was declared a historic landmark. Reports on the Rincon Annex landmark status are included.
Volumes
1
Condition
Very good

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 78

Title
Poetry Scrapbook #2
Creator
Elizabeth M. O’ Day (?)
Contents
News clippings, magazine clippings
Date range
1915 - 1933
Notes
Poems written about San Francisco by noted poets.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair.

Subject Headings

See also: Scrapbooks 79, 80, 83


Scrapbook 79

Title
Poetry Scrapbook #3
Creator
Elizabeth M. O’Day
Contents
Clippings from Town Talk.
Date range
1915 -1918.
Notes
All poems relate to San Francisco, or to the people of San Francisco; many famous poets are represented in this collection.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair; pages are loose.

Subject Headings

See also: Scrapbooks 78, 80, 83


Scrapbook 80

Title
Poetry: San Francisco and California
Creator
Unknown
Contents
Clippings, typescripts, manuscript poems, photographs, postcards
Date range
1936 - 1973
Notes
Poems about California places, San Francisco and its pioneers. Work of many well-known San Francisco poets is here. Some pieces were published in The Recorder, and included are poems of its editor, Edward O’ Day. Title index at front of volume. SFPL binding, “#1.”
Volumes
1
Condition
good.

Subject Headings

See also: Scrapbooks 78, 79, 83


Scrapbook 81

Title
[Presbyterians]
Creator
Unknown (Mrs. Rose B. Goddard?)
Contents
newspaper clippings, ephemera
Date range
1896 - 1931
Notes
Materials from First Presbyterian Church located on Van Ness Ave. and Sacramento St., and articles and ephemera connected with Presbyterian activities in California and out of state. Other articles deal with generally important individuals and events in San Francisco, including the 1906 earthquake, immigration, World War I, the League of Nations. Some poetry included.
Volumes
1
Condition
Paper fragile, loose pages, binding loose.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 82

Title
Reconstruction: 1. San Francisco After the Fire
Creator
Unknown
Contents
magazine/newspaper clippings, printed pictures, postcards, photographs
Date range
1906 - 1910
Notes
Documents damage done by the disaster; reconstruction progress; future outlook; homes built since the fire. Projected reconstruction, financial prospects and post-fire gains, and a new era in state banking are some topics covered.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fairly good; discoloration.

Subject Headings

See also companion volume: 83


Scrapbook 83

Title
[Old San Francisco]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
Printed pictures.
Date range
c. 1906-1949
Notes
An album of pictures of historic buildings and sites in San Francisco. The pictures show what the damage of the 1906 earthquake and fire did to many buildings, and what San Francisco looked like after the reconstruction. A few articles are written by Edward M. O’Day in his column called, “Old San Francisco.”
Volumes
1
Condition
Fairly good; some tears, loose pages.

Subject Headings

See also: Scrapbooks 78, 79, 80, and companion volume 82.


Scrapbook 84

Title
[Eugene Schmitz and Abe Ruef Trials]
Creator
[Patrick Calhoun?]
Contents
Newspaper clippings
Date range
1906
Notes
Patrick Calhoun was president of United Railroads of San Francisco. The company was thought to have bribed the Board of Supervisors (through Ruef) to pass an ordinance permitting construction and use of overhead trolley lines. Charges of “trolley graft” were lodged against Patrick Calhoun. Rudolph Spreckels, with his private contributions to the graft prosecutions, was accused of plotting against Calhoun, and blamed for the Company’s troubles.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fairly poor; binding coming undone, pages detaching.

Subject Headings

See also: Scrapbook 76.


Scrapbook 85

Title
[Galerie de Blanche]
Creator
Blanche Pastorino
Contents
Photographs, magazine articles, newspaper clippings, paintings, and letters.
Date range
1972 - 1987
Notes
Blanche’s was a popular eatery located on Fourth Street in the China Basin area of San Francisco. Blanche’s was a unique place, with art shows and book signings. The book signing of photographer Imogen Cunningham was one important event. George Post had a birthday party at Blanche’s. Scrapbook includes a thank-you letter from San Quentin Inmate Film Workshop. The restaurant closed in 1987.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair

Subject Headings

See also: Scrapbook 73


Scrapbook 86

Title
[Worlds’ Insurance Congress]
Creator
unknown
Contents
memoranda, newspaper clippings, correspondence
Date range
1910 - 1914.
Notes
Local insurance men of San Francisco helped to promote interest in San Francisco as the home for the Panama Pacific International Exposition. Coinciding with the Exposition was a Panama Pacific Worlds’ Insurance Congress, also to be held in San Francisco. W.L. Hathaway was the force behind the World’s Insurance Congress at San Francisco.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair; discoloration, paper slightly brittle, binding good.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 87

Title
[Worlds’ Insurance Congress]
Creator
Unknown
Contents
periodical clippings (Underwriter’s Review, Weekly Bulletin, S.F. Hotel Journal, Life Insurance Independent), newspaper clippings.
Date range
1915
Notes
Clippings discuss the successes and the turnout for the P.P.I.E.; what the Worlds’ Insurance Congress accomplished; events of the insurance convention.
Volumes
1
Condition
fairly good.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 88

Title
[James G. Fair]
Creator
unknown
Contents
clippings, photographs
Date range
1900-1902
Notes
James G. Fair was a Comstock millionaire and Californian senator. This scrapbook documents the court case centering on the disposition of Fair’s estate; the question of whether Mrs. Nettie Craven was his widow; and, whether she had a claim to two parcels of Fair’s estate. She was found to not be Fair’s widow, and his children received the inheritance. Later on, Fair’s son Charles died in an automobile crash, along with his wife, and a dispute arose over their estates.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair.

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Scrapbook 89 OVERSIZE

Title
Man the Battle Stations!
Creator
Frank Feliz, War Manpower Commission
Contents
photographic reproduction of a scrapbook of news clippings, press releases, photographs, posters
Date range
1945
Notes
Frank E. Feliz was Director of Public Information, War Manpower Commission for San Francisco / Western U.S. This book documents a program to increase public awareness (in the San Francisco Bay Area) of the need for civilian participation in the war effort, as well as a recruitment drive.
Volumes
1
Condition
good; material is sensitive to light exposure.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 90 OVERSIZE

Title
G. J. [Grand Jury] Giants Stadium Inquiry
Creator
unknown
Contents
news clippings
Date range
1958-1959
Notes
News clippings taken from the San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco News, Call-Bulletin, and San Francisco Examiner reporting on the grand jury’s probe into the financing of the construction of the new San Francisco Giants’ stadium.
Volumes
1
Condition
good

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 91 OVERSIZE

Title
Hotel St. Francis: Advertising
Creator
Fletcher S. Udall & Associates
Contents
news clippings, photostats
Date range
1938-1939
Notes
Advertisements taken from San Francisco newspapers and other Bay Area and California periodicals, and black-and-white art (proofs?).
Volumes
1
Condition
stained; adhesive tape; some pages cut

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 92

Title
C. H. Garrigues and Ralph Gleason: Jazz Columns
Creator
C. H. Garrigues
Contents
news clippings
Date range
Sept.1957 – March 1961
Notes
Garrigues and Gleason wrote jazz music columns for the San Francisco Chronicle and Examiner, reviewing concerts and recordings.
Volumes
1 (bound)
Condition
stained; adhesive tape

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 93

Title
C. H. Garrigues: Jazz Columns
Creator
C. H. Garrigues
Contents
news clippings
Date range
March 1959 – May 1961
Notes
Garrigues wrote jazz music columns for the San Francisco Examiner, reviewing concerts and recordings.
Volumes
1 (unbound)
Condition
stained; adhesive tape

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 94

Title
[Claudius Ardis Marckley]
Creator
C. A. Marckley ( -1944)
Contents
news clippings, ephemera, photographs, correspondence
Date range
c. 1918-1940
Notes
Marckley was active in the Knights Templars and Royal Arch Masons in San Francisco, named grand high priest of the R.A.M. in 1933. The bulk of this scrapbook relates to his activities with these associations. Some clippings relating to family members are included.
Volumes
1
Condition
good; some items cut from pages

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 95

Title
[George M. Healy]
Creator
George M. Healy
Contents
News clippings, documents, ephemera
Date range
c. 1919-1924
Notes
Articles concern Healy’s career in the SFPD, and the department in general; crime; 1922 convention of the International Assoc. of Chiefs of Police. Many clips are from Douglas 20 Police Journal. Healy hand-copied the city Health, Fire, Police, and Jitney ordinances. Included are a few of Healy’s documents from the Civil Service Commission and Selective Service. (This volume was originally used as the minutes book for Court Washington #37, Foresters of America, c. 1911-1915.)
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair; leather-bound ledger

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 96

Title
[George M. Healy]
Creator
George M. Healy
Contents
News clippings, documents, ephemera
Date range
c. 1920-1921
Notes
Materials relating to the Nov. 2, 1920 election and charter Amendment 23, the campaign for a salary increase for policemen. Includes signed endorsements of the proposed amendment, a 9 p. typescript (copy) of a speech/article, campaign advertisements, a sampling of print material generated by the campaign.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 97

Title
[George M. Healy]
Creator
George M. Healy
Contents
News clippings
Date range
c. 1923-1926
Notes
Clippings relate to individual crimes and crime waves; youth crime; laws and law enforcement; the death penalty; auto deaths; the San Francisco Police Department. Many clips are taken from out-of-town/out-of-state newspapers.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 98

Title
[George M. Healy]
Creator
George M. Healy
Contents
News clippings; manuscript
Date range
c. 1941-1946
Notes
Clippings (which are indexed) relate to crime and law enforcement in the San Francisco, Oakland and Los Angeles area. Several stories deal with wartime black-outs and other emergency measures. Healy’s long-hand notes taken from the vehicle code follow.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 99

Title
Beniamino B. Bufano
Creator
Jean T. Gregory
Contents
Photographs; news clippings; photocopies; ephemera; correspondence; realia
Date range
1959-1982
Notes
Gift to SFPL from the San Jose Museum of Art. Includes local and national press coverage, and information regarding “Benny” Bufano sculptures throughout the state of California; black and white and color snapshot photographs of sculptures; Gregory correspondence. Photos appear to be taken by Gregory.
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair. Cover and some pages detached; acidic paper.

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Scrapbook 100 OVERSIZE

Title
[California Entertainment, post-WWII]
Creator
Mrs. Richmond A. (Josephine) Day
Contents
Newspaper clippings; postcards; menus; ticket stubs; programs; some government-issued items
Date range
1945-1946
Notes
Donated by Richmond A. Day, LCDR (SC) US Navy (retired). During World War II, Day was stationed in San Francisco with the Navy Oversea Freight Terminal. After the bomb brought an end to the war with Japan, Day was “frozen” to decommission the Fleet Freight section and transfer it to NSD Oakland. Day’s wife kept the scrapbooks of their 18 months in the City, recording their activities here and in California. Included are items from a trip west from their home in Cranston, Rhode Island, and of the drive back to RI using a southern route following Day’s release from active duty.
Volumes
2
Condition
Fair-to-poor. Deteriorating acidic paper. Loose items.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 101

Title
Press Clippings, San Francisco Disaster: New York Times, Vol. I
Creator
Mrs. William H. Crocker
Date range
April 19-26, 1906
Contents
Newspaper clippings; excerpts from periodicals.
Notes
Cover stamped: MRS. WILLIAM H. CROCKER
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair; staining.

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Scrapbook 102

Title
Press Clippings, San Francisco Disaster: New York Times, Vol. II
Creator
Mrs. William H. Crocker
Date range
April 27 - May 5, 1906
Contents
Newspaper clippings; excerpts from periodicals, incl. Collier’s.
Notes
Cover stamped: MRS. WILLIAM H. CROCKER
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair; staining.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 103

Title
Press Clippings, San Francisco Disaster: New York Sun, Vol. I
Creator
Mrs. William H. Crocker
Date range
April 19-23, 1906
Contents
Newspaper clippings; excerpts from periodicals.
Notes
Cover stamped: MRS. WILLIAM H. CROCKER
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair; staining; spine detaching.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 104

Title
Press Clippings, San Francisco Disaster: New York Sun, Vol. II
Creator
Mrs. William H. Crocker
Date range
April 24 – June 20, 1906
Contents
Newspaper clippings; excerpts from periodicals.
Notes
Cover stamped: MRS. WILLIAM H. CROCKER
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair; staining.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 105

Title
[Grand Army of the Republic calling cards]
Creator
unknown
Date range
c. 1887
Contents
Calling cards, chiefly from California members of G.A.R., but including other fraternal organizations (and women’s auxiliaries); volume includes trade cards for San Francisco businesses.
Notes
Volumes
1
Condition
Poor; pages staining and detached from binding; paper extremely fragile; cards pasted onto pages.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 106

Title
Memory Book [Frances Elizabeth Mathieu]
Creator
Frances Elizabeth Mathieu
Date range
c. 1914-1918
Contents
Photographs, correspondence, news clippings, ephemera, realia
Notes
As a teenager, Mathieu lived in Pacific Heights and attended Miss Burke’s School. She also apparently spent some time at Adler Sanatorium. The scrapbook includes invitations to weddings, graduation ceremonies, other social gatherings in Pacific Heights, calling cards.
Volumes
1
Condition
Good; most items pasted onto pages; some loose items.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 107

Title
Ninety-First Division Reunions, 1919 to 1933
Creator
James C. Tormey
Date range
1919-1933
Contents
news clippings, correspondence, ephemera, realia
Notes
Veterans of the WWI battle of the Argonne, the 91st (“Wild West”) Division, and members of “San Francisco’s Own,” the 363rd Infantry, met for reunions in San Francisco and other West Coast venues following the end of the war. Book includes paper hats from several reunions and a button from the fourth meeting. Tormey was secretary of the 91st Division Association, East Bay Unit, in 1933.
Volumes
1
Condition
Good; spiral bound; most items pasted onto pages; some loose items.

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Scrapbook 108 OVERSIZE

Title
[San Francisco Parking and Parking Garages]
Creator
[San Francisco Department of Parking and Traffic?]
Date range
Oct. 8, 1949 – June 13, 1951
Contents
newspaper clippings
Volumes
1
Condition
Fair; multiple clippings taped in over others; some loose clips and pages.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 109

Title
[Toshiko Kataoka Scrapbook]
Creator
Toshiko Kataoka
Date range
1930-1935
Contents
ephemera
Volumes
1
Condition
good; some loose items

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 110

Title
[Peter Paul Vlautin Scrapbook]
Creator
Peter Paul Vlautin
Contents
Newspaper clippings, postcards, ephemera, photographs.
Date range
c.1913-1945
Notes
Born in San Francisco, Vlautin worked in the Assessor-Recorder’s Office. A passionate Democrat, he loved baseball and boxing. Of note: postcard, Christmas eve concert, 1911, Lotta’s Fountain, R. J. Waters; postcards, old Hall of Records; election ephemera, Joseph L. Taafe for Police Judge. Relocated: periodical, The Grapevine, Mare Island, December 11, 1942; ephemera: Dedication of Washington Irving School; St. Agnes Church, December 26, 1915; Federal Theater, Alcazar, WPA at GGIE.
Volumes
1
Condition
Spine detached; fragile clippings.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 111

Title
Golden Book of Golden Wedding Club No. 1 of California
Creator
Clara Strohmeier?
Contents
Manuscript / typescript letters; news clippings, ephemera, photograph.
Date range
c.1929-1963
Notes
The Club was founded by Frank Weck and incorporated 1929. The Book is a compilation of stories of couples married for 50 years or more – how they met, events of their married lives, and family history. Accounts describe: 1906 earthquake; 19th c. San Francisco; trips across the Plains; Sierra snowstorms.
Volumes
1
Condition
Pages detached and crumbling.

Subject Headings


Scrapbook 112

Title
First Mothers Club of San Francisco Memory Book
Creator
First Mothers Club of San Francisco
Contents
Newspaper clippings, photographs, ephemera.
Date range
1894-1928
Notes
The Mothers Club of the San Francisco Boys Club was organized in 1894 and later renamed the First Mothers Club when it split from the Boys Club. As the kindergarten movement gained momentum in the early 20th century, women formed independent Mothers Clubs to collectively address the problems their children faced in the home and in society. These clubs were the genesis of today’s PTA.
See also SFH 21, San Francisco PTA Records.
See also SFH 12, Mrs. Joseph E. Morcombe SF PTA Records.
Provenance
Scrapbook was given by club members to Mrs. Esther I. Cammerer, a PTA President (Marshall School PTA), who passed it on to her daughter, Mrs. Irene Vermillion.
Volumes
1
Condition
good; some loose items.

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Scrapbook 113

Title
[Neita and Fred A. Zweifel Scrapbook]
Creator
Neita and Fred A. Zweifel
Contents
Newspaper clippings, ephemera
Date range
bulk 1928-1932
Notes
Scrapbook includes San Francisco theater programs, Commandery Chapter, Order of DeMolay dance cards and ephemera, and Christmas cards issued by the Zweifels. Fred Zweifel formerly had managed a theater for Charles Hoyt in New York, and worked as a draftsman for the Southern Pacific Company.
Provenance
Gift of Dick Steyer. The donor’s wife was a niece of Neita Zweifel.
Volumes
1
Condition
good; some loose items.

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