St. Josephs Cathedral (San Jose, Calif.); San Jose (Calif.); San Francisco Earthquake and Fire, Calif. 1906; Earthquake damage; Urban life; People;
Looking southwest on First Street, San Jose, CA following the 1906 earthquake. Onlookers in foreground and background view the damage. St. Joseph's Church is visible in background. Note on reverse of print: "Augustus Bennett, DDS."
African Americans; College students; Ephemera; Fliers (Printed matter); People; San Jose (Calif.); San Jose State College; San Jose State University; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Student life; Women; People;
"Festival of truth" flier, July 10, 1971, San Jose State College, at the San Jose State Girls Athletic Field.
College students; Drawings; Education; People; Pipestage; Posters; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Student life; University of Santa Clara
The student poster collection consists of originals posters made by the student printing service, "The Mint," to advertise student activities. The Pipestage was a coffee house and concert venue for professional and amateur artists...
College buildings; College students; Education; Mission Santa Clara; People; Photographs; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Student life; Student newspapers and periodicals; Transparencies; University of Santa Clara; Women;
Transparency of student newspaper, The Santa Clara, announcing coeducation on March 22, 1961.
Reid, Bernard J. (Bernard Joseph), 1823-1904; Letters; People; Reid, Kate; Santa Clara College (Calif.); Nobili, John;
A letter written at Santa Clara College from Bernard J. Reid to his sister Kate Reid. Bernard describes life in Santa Clara, Father Nobili, and the friends he has encountered. He is also nervous to give his first lecture at Santa Clara College.
Reid, Bernard J. (Bernard Joseph), 1823-1904; Letters; People; Reid, Mary;
A letter written in Santa Clara from Bernard J. Reid to his sister Mary Reid. He describes life in Santa Clara, the mission, the Alameda, the churches in Santa Clara and San Jose, the Spanish people, the Indians, and Father Nobili. He also...