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Chinese

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:

1. "Bolton and the Spanish Borderlands", John Francis Bannon, ed. 1964. (inscribed by editor). 2. "Chile, Peru, and the California Gold Rush of 1849" by Jay Monaghan, 1973 ( inscribed by author). 3. "California March of Industry" by Robert G. Cleland and Osgood Hardy, 1929. 4. "Frontier America, The Story of the Westward Movement", by Thomas D. Clark, 2nd ed., 1969. 5. "Western America", by LeRoy Hafen, Eugene Hollen, Carl Coke Rister, 3rd ed., 1970. 6. "The Westward Movement: A short Story", by Kent Ladd Steckmesser, 1969. 7. "The Unwelcome Immigrant, The American Image of the Chinese 1785-1882", by Stuart Creighton Miller, 1969. 8. "Eminent Women of the West" by Elinor Richey, 1975. 9. "Sal Si Puedes: Cesar Chavez and the New American Revolution", by Peter Matthiessen, 1969. 10. "Los Angeles" by Harry Carr, 1935. 11."Colonial Hispanic America: A History" by Charles Edward Chapman, 1933. 12. "Flowering Shrubs of California and Their Value to the Gardener" by Lester Rowntree, 1947. 13. "The Indians of Southern California in 1852" by John Walton Caughey, 1952. Seven Softcover Books as follows: 14. "The Chicanos: A History of Mexican Americans" by Matt S. Meier and Feliciano Rivera, 1972. 15. "la Raza: The Mexican Americans" by Stan Steiner, 1970. 16. "The Log of a Cowboy, A Narrative of the Old Trail Days" by Andy Adams, 1903 (reprint). 17. "Minorities in California History" George Frakes and Curtis Solberg, eds. 1971. (Inscribed by Frakes) 18. "Racism in California: A Reader in the History of Oppression" Roger Daniels and Spencer C, Olin, Jr., eds, 1972. 19. "The Lost Death Valley '49er Journal of Louis Nusbaumer" by George Koenig, 1974. 20. "California Heritage, An Anthology of History and Literature" by John and Laree Caughey, 1971.

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 2001-021
Found in: Gledhill Library

1. Copy of the March 1927 issue of "The Mentor" in which is an article entitled "Fans of Bygone Days" by David Belasco 2. Various newspaper and magazine articles, etc., on fans. 3. Copy of information on Chinese fans from Chinese Fantastics by Thomas Steep. 4. Group of eight index cards each listing a book on fans. 5. Mounted purple fan with bird in tree painted in gold (without frame) 6. Cream colored paper fan, hand painted with a number of long legged and long necked birds and trees (without frame) 7. Small carved tortoise shell fan. Painted on one side with bird, butterflies, and flowers. Other side, two women, flowers ( E-10). 8. Fan - Bark frame with Oriental scene - two women, two men. 9. Fan - Ivory frame, paper, palace scene with military figures. 10. Fan - Carved ivory frame, paper, different Oriental scene on each side, many figures and bright colors (one rib broken). Blue and purple tassel. 11. Fan - Carved ivory frame (several ribs broken), paper, painted with many figures and bright colors. 12. Fan - Bamboo frame, blue paper with scene painted on gold, 2 sail boats. 13. Small carved ivory frame, three floral insets. 14. Fan, ivory frame, bark ribs, silk with floral painted design, green, white and blue, silver edge, two white tassels. 15. Fan, bark frame, upper part of fan grey silk, flower baskets. Colonial scene painted on central part of ribs. 16. Carved tortoise shell fan with navy blue, gold, and figures. 17. Black lacquer fan decorated, scene music on the terrace (E-10). 18. Carved brown fan, garden scene with figures (E-10). 19. Carved gilded fan with pictures of Watteau's Embarcation 7 (E-10). 20. Carved wood fan with purple and gold background, figures on terrace. 21. Red lacquer fan with Chinese figures and flowers. 22. Black lacquer fan decorated, scene, playing Blind Man's Bluff. 23. Black wood fan with floral decoration on one side only, Fabric top. 24. Fan- wood frame with bark ribs, black and gold. Oriental lake scene on one side, other side, scene with gold background. Fabric covered case with two blue tassels. 25. Black lacquer fan decorated, group in boat; other side, group on terrace. (Torn). 26. Wood frame, one side of frame Mother of Pearl. Outdoor group scene (one side only). S/04. 27. Fan, ivory frame, group of three women and a cupid. On other side, three women and a man (E-10). 28. Carved sandalwood and blue fan. Chinese in courtyards. 29. Fan with tortoise shell ribs, gold and green lake scene with building (possibly temple). Oriental writing on black back. 30. Colonial figures, navy blue and gold background. 31. Black lacquer, decorated fan. Figures at Court and Indian maiden. Black lacquer and roses frame (E-10). 32. List of old Spanish Fans. 33. Colin Campbell Cooper list of fans and shawls.

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 1976-023
Found in: Gledhill Library

1. Letter explaining symbolic meaning of Chinese altar (Chinese)

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 1965-218
Found in: Gledhill Library

1. One 2 1/2" x 3 1/2" b/w photo of Fiesta parade in front of Speyer's Shoe Store on State St. Twenty Two 3 1/4" x 4 1/2" b/w photos as follows: 2. SB Harbor looking toward breakwater, 2/1948 3.SB harbor taken from breakwater looking inland, 2/1948 4. Fiesta Parade in front of Southern Pacific office on State St. 5. Fiesta Parade in front of Acme Furniture on State St. 6. Fiesta Parade in front of E.F. Hutton & Co. on State St. 7. Fiesta Parade in front of stamp shop on State St. 8. Fiesta Parade in front of the Blue Onion on State St. 9. Fiesta Parade in front of Kong's on State St. 10. Chinese Tea Garden float in Fiesta parade. 11. Fiesta parade in front of Wendel's on State St. 12. Aerial view of Santa Barbara looking west. 13. Aerial view of Goleta Beach and pier looking east. 14. Goleta slough looking northeast toward bluffs. 15. Goleta beach with pier in background looking east. 16. Goleta slough looking south toward ocean 17. Goleta slough looking south toward bluffs w/ road 18. Goleta beach looking south toward end of pier 19. Goleta beach looking south toward pier 20. Basking shark at Goleta beach, 1/1948 21. 4-H exhibit of cows. 22. Roping steer, billboards in background 23. 1947 Fiesta rodeo at Pershing Park (?) Eight 3 1/2"x5" b/w photographs as follows: 24. SB Harbor looking east toward Stearn's Wharf 25. Fiesta parade in front of Russell's Fountain on State St 26. Fiesta carriage in front of Harwin's on State St. 27. Fiesta parade in front of El Paseo entrance on State St. 28. Rider w/ flag in front of Security Pacific Bank on State St. 29. Two riders on horses in front of Roberson's on State St. 30. Fiesta parade in front of El Paseo Gift Shop and Holiday 31. Hardware on State St

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 1990-046
Found in: Gledhill Library