Found in 147 Collections and/or Records:
The collection includes correspondence, awards, travel accounts, opera and recital programs, clippings, photographs, diaries, postcards, reviews, scrapbooks, photo albums, tape and phono recordings. Much of the collection is in Czech, and is separated into personal and professional categories.
This is a small collection of correspondence of Arthur Cable primarily to his mother and father, describing his military and work experiences and requesting help in regards to his failing marriage and subsequent divorce. The letters also touch on the mental stability of Cable's brother, John.
The collection consists of materials regarding the Proposition 20 campaign from 1972, most of which are from organizations which worked to defeat the measure.
The Chastain Family Papers consists of postcards and greeting cards addressed to the Chastain Family between 1923 and 1951, mostly from their daughter Hazel, who lived in Portland, Oregon after 1944 with her husband William Mathews.
This "Account in Detail of the Chinese Relief Expedition of 1900," appears to be a personal narrative. Dated from July 15, 1900 to November 15, 1900, it relates one military unit's involvement in the Allied effort to stop the Boxer Rebellion of 1899-1901. It includes day to day accounts of number killed, wounded, captured, camp sites, allies, and general activities.