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1Title:  Photographs of the 16th century alchemical scroll, approximately 1975   
 Creator:   
 Notes:  These photographs are of HM 30313: Ripley (?), Alchemical Scroll; for more detailed information about HM 30313 please see Guide to Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Huntington Library, Vol. II, p. 688-689. 
 Extent:  5 36 x 28 cm. 
 Subjects:  Photographs United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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2Title:  Christopher Isherwood photograph, 1972   
 Creator:  Orphanos, Stathis, 1940-2018 | Orphanos, Stathis, 1940-2018 
 Notes:  A B&W photograph of Christopher Isherwood; signed on verso by Orphanos. 
 Extent:  1 19 x 23 cm. 
 Subjects:  Isherwood, Christopher, -- 1904-1986 | Photographs United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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3Title:  John Burroughs signed photograph, approximately 1909   
 Creator:  Burroughs, John, 1837-1921 | Harbach, Dennis 
 Notes:  This is a signed photograph of John Burroughs in front of "Slabsides," his cabin in New York's Marlboro Mountains. It is undated. 
 Extent:  1 18 cm., glued on board. 
 Subjects:  Burroughs, John, -- 1837-1921 | Photographs United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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4Title:  Leigh Wiener photograph of Christopher Isherwood, 1984, April   
 Creator:  Wiener, Leigh. 
 Notes:  A signed and dated photograph of Christopher Isherwood taken in his Santa Monica home. 
 Extent:  1 28 x 36 cm. 
 Subjects:  Isherwood, Christopher, -- 1904-1986 | Wiener, Leigh | Photographs United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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5Title:  Papers, 1962-1984   
 Creator:  MacIver, Joyce. | Scott, Georgette. 
 Notes:  Manuscripts and printed material. The collection consists of four series: writings, personal, printed material, and photographs. The majority of the collection is writings, and the bulk of the writings are copies of, drafts, and notes for an unpublished memoir entitled HOW TO LIVE IN HELL which includes episodes describing her difficult childhood in Baltimore; her early newspaper work including interactions with H.L. Mencken at The Baltimore Sun; moving to New York City; her work as a newspaper and magazine writer including interactions with Wendall Wilkie and Judge Gary; and her battle with depression, ideas about gender and sex, involvement with psychiatry, and discovery of yoga. 
 Extent:  3.75 
 Subjects:  MacIver, Joyce -- Archives | Scott, Georgette -- Archives | American literature -- Women authors | Photographs United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Johns Hopkins University Library 
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6Title:  Charles Emerson Beecher article and photographs relating to the snake dance at Oraibi Pueblo, [1900]   
 Creator:  Beecher, Charles Emerson, 1856-1904 
 Notes:  Typescript article, with minor manuscript corrections, written by Charles Emerson Beecher, and 25 photographs taken by him, relating to his visit to Oraibi Pueblo while travelling in Arizona Territory in August, 1900. The article is titled "A Journey to the Snake Dance at Oraibi," with an alternative title, "Across the Desert to the Snake Dance at Oraibi," written in manuscript. The article describes Beecher's observations of natural features and experiences camping in Arizona while travelling from Winslow to Oraibi Pueblo; the culture of Hopis living at Oraibi; and a snake dance ceremony performed on August 19. Beecher also discusses his opinions on the effects of the United States government on Hopi culture. The photographs show scenes of Oraibi Pueblo and surrounding areas, scenes of the snake dance ceremony, and Hopi artifacts. The photographs are captioned in manuscript and are accompanied by a manuscript list. Each typescript page is stamped: C.E. Beecher, Yale University Museum, New Haven, Conn. 
 Extent:  0.20 
 Subjects:  Beecher, Charles Emerson, -- 1856-1904 | Snake dance -- Arizona -- Oraibi | Oraibi (Ariz.) | Hopi Indians -- Arizona -- Oraibi | Arizona -- Description and travel | Photographs United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Yale University 
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7Title:  Philip K. Dick papers, 1967-1977   
 Creator:  Dick, Philip K. | Le Guin, Ursula K., 1929-2018 | Lem, Stanis±aw. | Zackel, Fred. | Zelazny, Roger. | Doubleday & Company, Inc 
 Notes:  The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence from Dick to his publisher, Doubleday & Company, Inc. There are also a few letters by others, as well as outlines for two Dick novels: Flow my tears, the policeman said and Deus irae (xerox copy). There is one photograph of Dick in the collection. Correspondents represented in the collection include: Ursula K. LeGuin, Stanislaw Lem, Fred Zackel, and Roger Zelazny. 
 Extent:  66 
 Subjects:  Dick, Philip K | Science fiction, American | Letters (correspondence) United States 20th century | Manuscripts for publication United States 20th century | Photographs United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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8Title:  [Portraits of James M. Osborn]   
 Creator:  McVey, William Mozart, 1905-1995 | Bachrach, Bradford, 1910-1992 
 Notes:  Two versions of an undated bas-relief portait of James Marshall Osborn by William Mozart McVey, one a plaster maquette and the other the finished bronze. Both works are signed at the lower right with the artist's monogram "WM." The bronze portrait is mounted on a wood panel; mounted below is a blank bronze plaque meant for an engraved inscription. Accompanied by a framed black-and-white portrait photograph of James M. Osborn by Bradford Bachrach, likely used as a source by the sculptor. Title devised by cataloger. Stored in two boxes and 1 framed photograph. Box 1 contains a plaster portrait. Box 2 contains a bronze portrait. Box 3 is the framed photograph. 
 Extent:  1 sculpture : plaster, bas-relief ; 28 x 18 x 2 cm 
 Subjects:  Bachrach, Bradford, -- 1910-1992 | McVey, William Mozart, -- 1905-1995 | Osborn, James M. -- (James Marshall), -- 1906-1976 -- Portraits | Bas-reliefs (sculpture) United States 20th century | Photographs United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Yale University 
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9Title:  Saul Steinberg papers, 1731-2000   
 Creator:  Steinberg, Saul. 
 Notes:  Correspondence, writings, personal papers, printed material, posters, photographs, slides, artwork, videocassetes, and objects, by or relating to Saul Steinberg. 
 Extent:  182 
 Subjects:  Steinberg, Saul | Artists, American -- Archives | Cartoonists -- United States | Drawings (visual works) United States 20th century | Photographs United States 20th century | Video recordings United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Yale University 
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10Title:  Alice Harrison Bonnell papers, 1493-2005 (bulk circa 1890-2005)   
 Creator:  Bonnell, Alice Harrison, 1907-2005 | Schedel, Hartmann, 1440-1514 
 Notes:  The papers consist of family photographs, personal papers, correspondence, and printed material that relate to the family of Alice Harrison Bonnell. Personal papers include vital documents and material relating to the death of Alice Bonnell's brother Bayard Harrison Bonnell. Writings consist chiefly of drafts of work by Carol DeBoer-Langworthy relating to the author Neith Boyce, Alice Bonnell's aunt. Printed material includes leaves CLII-CLIII from a copy of Hartmann Schedel, Liber chronicarum, possibly 1493. In Box 1: Series I. Photographs. In Box 2: Series II. Family Papers and Personal Papers. In Box 3: Series III. Writings; Series IV. Correspondence; Series V. Printed Material. In Box 4 (Oversize): Columbia University Bachelor of Science diploma, 1940 (from Series II); leaves CLII-CLIII from a copy of Hartmann Schedel, Liber chronicarum, possibly 1493, (from Series V). 
 Extent:  1.25 
 Subjects:  Bonnell, Alice Harrison, -- 1907-2005 | Bonnell, Bayard Harrison, -- 1927-2001 | Boyce, Neith, -- 1872-1951 | DeBoer-Langworthy, Carol, -- 1942- | Photographs United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Yale University 
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11Title:  Jack Kerouac collection, 1991-1993   
 Creator:  Kerouac, Jack, 1922-1969 
 Notes:  This collection consists of four items relating to Jack Kerouac: A poster announcing a play about Kerouac; a bibliographic checklist of Kerouac's work; a publication announcement for Visions of America; and a photograph of a watercolor of Kerouac. 
 Extent:  4 
 Subjects:  Kerouac, Jack, -- 1922-1969 -- Drama | Kerouac, Jack, -- 1922-1969 -- Pictorial works | Kerouac, Jack, -- 1922-1969. -- Visions of America | Kerouac, Jack, -- 1922-1969 -- Bibliography | Posters United States 20th century | Photographs United States 20th century | Bibliographies -- United States -- 20th century

 
Collection:  Johns Hopkins University Library 
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12Title:  Thomas Beer collection, 1919-1947   
 Creator:  Beer, Thomas, 1889-1940 | Fuller, Arthur D. (Arthur Davenport), 1889-1966 | Ward, E. F. (Edmund Franklin), 1892-1990 
 Notes:  The Thomas Beer Collection contains correspondence between Beer and his publisher Alfred Knopf and printed versions of Beer's writings. Also present are reviews of Beer's writings, articles about Beer, illustrations by Arthur D. Fuller and E. F. Ward used in Beer's publications, and a photograph of Beer. 
 Extent:  2.20 
 Subjects:  Beer, Thomas, -- 1889-1940 | Fuller, Arthur D. -- (Arthur Davenport), -- 1889-1966 | Knopf, Alfred A., -- 1892-1984 | Ward, E. F. -- (Edmund Franklin), -- 1892-1990 | Authors, American -- 20th century -- Archives | Drawings (visual works) United States 20th century | Paintings (visual works) United States 20th century | Photographs United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Yale University 
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13Title:  Clifford L. Barrett papers, 1923-1967   
 Creator:  Barrett, Clifford L. (Clifford Leslie), 1894-1971 | Blanchard, Brand. | Bowman, Archibald Allan, 1883-1936 | Calkins, Mary Whiton, 1863-1930 | Dewey, John, 1859-1952 | Dreiser, Theodore, 1871-1945 | Hocking, William Ernest, 1873-1966 | Hoernlâe, Reinhold Friedrich Alfred, 1880-1943 | Lovejoy, Arthur O. (Arthur Oncken), 1873-1962 | Schiller, F. C. S. (Ferdinand Canning Scott), 1864-1937 | Tsanoff, Radoslav Andrea, 1887- 
 Notes:  The collection is comprised of letters, manuscripts, and photographs pertaining to Clifford Leslie Barrett and his field of interest. The majority of the letters are addressed to Barrett (he is only the author of three) and were written by fellow philosophers and academics. Issues addressed within the collection include the life and work of Clifford Leslie Barrett and 20th century American and British philosophy. Correspondents include Brand Blanchard, Archibald Allan Bowman, Mary Whiton Calkins, John Dewey, Theodore Dreiser, William Ernest Hocking, Reinhold Freidrich Alfred Hoernlâe, Arthur Oncken Lovejoy, Ferdinand Canning Scott Schiller, and Radoslav Andrea Tsanoff. 
 Extent:  236 
 Subjects:  Barrett, Clifford L. -- (Clifford Leslie), -- 1894-1971 | College teachers -- United States -- Correspondence | Philosophers -- United States -- Correspondence | Philosophy, American -- 20th century | Philosophy, British -- 20th century | Letters (correspondence) United States 20th century | Manuscripts United States 20th century | Photographs United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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14Title:  Don Blanding papers, 1948-1958 (bulk 1948-1953)   
 Creator:  Blanding, Don, 1894-1957 | Babcock, Arthur J. | Dodd, Mead & Company 
 Notes:  The collection contains correspondence to, from, and about Don Blanding. The majority of the correspondence is by Arthur J. Babcock, Don Blanding's literary representative with Dodd, Mead and Company. Arthur J. Babcock wrote to Don Blanding, Dodd, Mead and Company, and several bookshops in California. The majority of the correspondence deals with scheduling autograph book tours for Don Blanding in 1948 for the book Mostly California and in 1953 for the book Joy is an inside job. The collection also has 11 photographs and ephemera. 
 Extent:  201 
 Subjects:  Babcock, Arthur J | Blanding, Don, -- 1894-1957 | Authors, American -- 20th century -- Archives | Illustrators -- United States | Letters (correspondence) United States 20th century | Photographs United States 20th century | Ephemera United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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15Title:  Notes on twisted ovarian cysts, after 1915   
 Creator:  Los Angeles County Medical Association 
 Notes:  In this small group of notes, there are manuscripts, summary of cases, symptoms, prognosis, and treatment related to ovarian torsion (OT), which refers to the rotation of the ovary to such a degree as to occlude the ovarian artery and/or vein. There are also 9 negatives and 3 photographs. The author is unknown. 
 Extent:  18 
 Subjects:  Edgerly, Haines H | Sanes, K.I | Medical statistics | Medicine -- History -- 20th century -- Sources | Ovaries -- Abnormalities | Ovaries -- Cysts | Ovaries -- Diseases | Ovaries -- Surgery | Torsion | Black-and-white negatives United States 20th century | Manuscripts United States 20th century | Photographs United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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16Title:  Langston Hughes papers, 1910-1976, (bulk 1932-1934)   
 Creator:  Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967 | Lieber, Maxim, 1897-1993 | Miller, Loren. 
 Notes:  This collection is arranged in three parts. The first part consists of a pocket diary, manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and ephemera to, by, and about Langston Hughes. The second part of the collection consists of photographs and another Hughes pocket notebook. The third part consists of letters, ephemera and photographs primarily by Loren Miller and related to the 1932 Soviet Union trip. Langston Hughes was a close friend of Loren and Juanita Miller. Hughes and Miller traveled to the Soviet Union in 1932 with 19 other African-Americans onboard the ship Europa for a film project that never materialized. The bulk of the material dates between 1932 and 1934, the years that Langston Hughes traveled to and from the Soviet Union and Mexico. There are two photographs from onboard the Europa including a group photograph of 20 of the 22 who traveled to the Soviet Union. There are also two books autographed by Langston Hughes to Loren and Juanita Miller that were transferred to Rare Books in August 2002. These books are One-Way Ticket (RB 606889) and Simple Speaks His Mind (RB 606888). Correspondence consists of: 5 letters from Langston Hughes to Loren Miller; 1 letter to Juanita Miller; 2 letters from Si-lan Chen Leyda to Langston Hughes; 5 letters from Maxim Lieber to Langston Hughes about selling some of Hughes' short stories; and 4 letters to Langston Hughes from Josephine De Witt, L.B. (Lidiái'a Borisovna) Filatova, Jozsef Rem'enyi, and Agnes Smedley. There are 3 letters to Loren Miller from Bill Jordan; Helen O.; and Kenneth P. O'Donnell inviting Miller to a civil rights meeting with President Kennedy in 1963. There is also 1 letter to Maxim Lieber from Elsie Weil about a Hughes' short story. Correspondence in part III is primarily from Loren Miller to Juanita Miller and Nora Miller, with a few letters to and from other friends and family. The Manuscripts are: Mother and Child [one-act play]; The Need for Heroes [essay]; "Once again..."; Oyster's Son [short story]; Pocket Diary while in China and Japan; Professor [short story]; Reno Possess Only Negro Weather Man [essay]; The Sailor and the Steward [short story]; and Wise Men [poem]. In November 2002, photographs of the Miller family were loaned to the Huntington Library by Halvor Miller, Jr. to be copied and returned. In November 2003, a second notebook kept by Hughes while in the Soviet Union was purchased from the Millers. The second notebook and the Miller family photographs were cataloged separately and are stored in a second box. 
 Extent:  124 
 Subjects:  Hughes, Langston, -- 1902-1967 -- Archives | Lieber, Maxim, -- 1897-1993 -- Correspondence | Miller, Loren -- Correspondence | African American authors -- Archives | Manuscripts for publication United States 20th century | Letters (correspondence) United States 20th century | Photographs United States 20th century | Ephemera United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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17Title:  Photographs of Walter L. Pforzheimer   
 Creator:  Nesheim, Roberta. 
 Notes:  42 color photographs made by Roberta Nesheim of Walter L. Pforzheimer and others at a celebration in recognition of Pforzheimer's 80th birthday and his career in United States intelligence (in box 1). Photographs include images of interiors of Pforzheimer's home and library. Enlarged and mounted duplicates (in box 2) are identified by captions on the mounts. Accompanied by clippings of obituaries for Pforzheimer, 2003 (in box 1). Stored in 2 boxes. 
 Extent:  42 photographic prints : color ; 12.5 x 17.5 cm. and smaller. 
 Subjects:  Nesheim, Roberta | Pforzheimer, Walter L. -- (Walter Lionel), -- 1914-2003 -- Pictorial works | Book collectors -- United States -- Pictorial works | Intelligence officers -- United States -- Pictorial works | Manuscripts -- Collectors and collecting -- United States | Photographs United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Yale University 
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18Title:  Peter Gizzi papers, 1960-2009   
 Creator:  Gizzi, Peter. 
 Notes:  The collection consists of material created and accumulated by Peter Gizzi in the course of his literary activities as a poet, editor, and teacher, and documents the creation of his published books of poetry, the publication of the literary journal O·blēk, and his personal and professional relationships with other writers, poets, and publishers. Material includes correspondence with various literary figures; drafts, notes, and proofs relating to Gizzi's published and unpublished work; manuscripts of work published in O·blēk (Issues 1-12) and related correspondence and general business files; manuscripts and related material for limited editions published by O·blēk Editions; typescripts of works by other writers submitted to Gizzi for his review; lecture notes and teaching material; and other material, including audiocassettes, photographs, and electronic files, relating to various aspects of Gizzi's personal and professional life. 
 Extent:  36.8 
 Subjects:  Gizzi, Peter | O·blēk | American poetry -- 20th century | American literature -- 20th century | Literature, Modern -- 20th century | Poetry, Modern -- 20th century | Poets, American -- 20th century -- Archives | Born digital United States 20th century | Audiovisual materials United States 20th century | Photographs United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Yale University 
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19Title:  Joseph Hansen Papers, 1880s-2004 (bulk 1940s-2004)   
 Creator:  Hansen, Joseph, 1923-2004 | Bainbridge, Beryl, 1932-2010 | Bancroft, Jane, -1994 | Bennett, Richard Rodney | Brown, Arch | Davis, Dorothy Salisbury | FrancEyE, 1922- | FrancEyE, 1922- | Gambone, Philip | Gioia, Dana | Glover, William, 1932- | Harding, William Harry | Ingersoll, Ross | Mackenzie, Armine D. | Mohr, Bill | Teachout, Terry | Willeford, Charles Ray, 1919-1988 
 Notes:  This collection contains the papers of Los Angeles author and gay activist Joseph Hansen and includes drafts of published and unpublished work; correspondence; manuscripts of works by some of Hansen's friends, family, and students; professional papers primarily related to publishing; and personal and family papers. The bulk of the material dates from the 1940s through the early 2000s. The collection includes works by Joseph Hansen, which consists of chiefly typescript drafts for most of Hansen's novels (including those published under the pseudonyms Rose Brock and James Colton), poetry, essays and articles, and television and play scripts. While there are some handwritten edits and corrections among the drafts and proofs, the majority do not have annotations. There are also two boxes with copies of various publications, primarily literary magazines and newspapers, containing Hansen's published work. There are two boxes with various manuscripts of work by friends and family of Hansen including poems by FrancEyE, and drafts of novels: In Search of Truth by Chris Gugas and People Talking to Themselves by Armine D. Mackenzie. There is also a ledger and manuscript by Belle Race from the early 1900s, who presumably was a relative of Hansen's wife Jane Bancroft Hansen. The correspondence in the collection includes both personal and professional letters sent and received by Hansen. There is a sizable amount of correspondence between Hansen and his publishers and agents including Collier Associates, Countryman Press; Holt, Rinehart & Winston; Harper & Row; the John Johnson Agency; Joan Kahn; and Penguin Books. In addition, there are also five folders of rejection letters sent to Hansen. Within Hansen's personal correspondence, notable correspondents include: British author Beryl Bainbridge, who befriended Hansen in the 1970s while Hansen was living in London; English composer and musician Richard Rodney Bennett; the publisher Brandon House, who put out Hansen's Colton books; gay filmmaker Arch Brown, who collaborated with Hansen on a playscript of Hansen's novel Backtrack, which was not produced; American crime fiction writer Dorothy Salisbury Davis, with whom Hansen corresponded regularly; poet, and girlfriend of Charles Bukowski, FrancEyE (aka Frances Dean Smith); American author Philip Gambone who published a profile of Hansen in Something Inside: Conversations with Gay Fiction Writers; poet and literary critic Diana Gioia; gay activist William "Billy" Glover, who worked at One magazine and after helped form the Homosexual Information Center in 1968; poet and literary critic William Harry Harding; gay activist Ross Ingersoll; poet Bill Mohr; critic Terry Teachout, who reviewed some of Hansen's novels; and crime writer Charles Ray Willeford. There are also insignificant pieces of correspondence from well-known individuals: James Blish, James Broughton, Sue Grafton, Tony Hillerman, George Plimpton, Julian Symons, and Andrew Vachss. Professional and personal materials include a variety of materials related to many different parts of Hansen's life, including business, publishing, and financial documents; miscellaneous ephemera, research materials; family papers, with writings and papers by Jane Bancroft Hansen as well as the Hansen's only child Barbara Hansen; press features on Hansen and reviews of his publications; materials related to Hansen's KFI radio program "Stranger from the Sea"; documents related to Hansen's teaching, chiefly at the UCLA extension school; miscellaneous materials related to Hansen's involvement with the gay community such as the Gay Community Services Center and the homosexual Information Center; and some materials related to his work on a 1970 issue of the literary magazine Beyond Baroque. The collection contains one box of photographs with images of Hansen throughout his life, as well as family members including Jane Bancroft Hansen and Barbara Hansen, and some friends and residences. The collection also contains approximately 70 drawings on paper presumably by Jane Hansen from the 1960s, of which many may have been created as part of art class. 
 Extent:  92 1 
 Subjects:  Hansen, Joseph, -- 1923-2004 -- Archives | Bancroft, Jane, -- -1994 -- Archives | Authors, American -- Archives | Gay authors -- United States -- Archives | Gays -- United States -- 20th century | Detective and mystery fiction | Letters (correspondence) United States 20th century | Personal papers United States 20th century | Photographs United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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20Title:  Toulmin Estate papers, 1826-1965   
 Creator:  Toulmin Estate | Holladay, Margaret Broad. | Toulmin, Alice Larkin. | O'Melveny & Myers 
 Notes:  The Toulmin Estate papers are organized into two series: 1) Correspondence, manuscripts, and ephemera; 2) Diaries (oversize). The bulk of the first series consists of correspondence and documents concerning the planning and distribution of Alice Larkin Toulmin's Estate by executor Margaret Holladay, the law firm O'Melveny & Myers, and the Larkin House Advisory Committee. Other correspondence includes a small number of early correspondence by Alice Larkin Toulmin, Henry W. Toulmin, Alfred O. Larkin, and Mary Ball Larkin Chappell. In addition, photos of the Larkin, Toulmin, Molera, and Childs families are also included. The second series contains diaries of Alice Larkin Toulmin from 1900 to 1962. There are a total of 66 bound diaries. 
 Extent:  2 ,992 
 Subjects:  Toulmin Estate Archives | Executors and administrators -- United States | Trusts and trustees -- California | Women -- California | California -- History -- 20th century -- Sources | Los Angeles (Calif.) | Monterey (Calif.) | Letters (correspondence) United States | Photographs United States 19th century | Photographs United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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