Documents; Exclusion orders; Internment of Japanese Americans, 1942-1945; Japanese Americans; People; Posters; San Jose (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; United States--Army; World War II;
Poster issued by the Western Defense Command and Fourth Army Wartime Civil Control Administration on May 23, 1942, ordering all persons of Japanese ancestry living in designate portions of Santa Clara County to report to the Civil Control Station...
African Americans; Buildings; Civil rights; College students; Diversity; Education; People; Photographs; San Jose (Calif.); San Jose State College; San Jose State University; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Student life; Women;
Black-and-white photograph of students and faculty gathering at San Jose State University for a civil rights rally on February 28, 1964.
Reid, Bernard J. (Bernard Joseph), 1823-1904; People; Letters; Campbell, James; United States, Civil War, 1861-1865
A Circular published by the Executive Committee of the Clarion County Committee of Safety. (Of which Bernard J. Reid was a member.) It encourages men to volunteer to fight in the Civil War, and raise funds for family members of these men.
Reid, Bernard J. (Bernard Joseph), 1823-1904; United States, Civil War, 1861-1865; Danks, John; Letters;
A letter from John Danks to Bernard J. Reid. Danks is applying for a pension from the government due to injury during the Civil War. Danks needs to find a person who witnessed his wounding during battle, and hopes Reid can help in that matter.
African Americans; Civil rights demonstrations; College students; Diversity; Education; People; Photographs; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Student life; University of Santa Clara; Women
Black-and-white photograph of a non-violent student sit-in in the Dean of Students' Office. On May 7th, 1969, about seventy students staged Santa Clara's first sit-in in Jerry McGrath's office (Dean of Students) to protest the firing of two student...
Reid, Bernard J. (Bernard Joseph), 1823-1904; Cooper, John; Letters; People; United States, Civil War, 1861-1865;
A letter from John Cooper to Bernard J. Reid. Cooper outlines the creation of new committees during the last meeting of the 63rd Regiment Volunteers of Pennsylvania. Reid was elected to one of these committees.