Photographs; Santa Clara (Calif.); Authors; College of Notre Dame (Calif.)
"Light in the Valley" is a book about the history of the College of Notre Dame from its beginnings in San Jose in 1851 until its move to Belmont in San Mateo County in 1923. In the photo, left to right, unidentified man, Edward Hart of...
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...
Reid, Bernard J. (Bernard Joseph), 1823-1904; People; Reid, Letitia M. F.; Reid, Ambrose B.; Reid, Anna J.; Reid, Mary Agnes; Group portraits; Men; Women; Children; Santa Clara College (Calif.)
A portrait of Bernard J. Reid with his wife, Letitia M. F. Reid, and his first three children, Ambrose B., Anna J. and Mary Agnes Reid. Bernard served as a professor at Santa Clara College from 1851 to 1852.
Agricultural machinery; Agriculture; People; Photographs; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Technology;
Black-and-white photograph of a group of people pumping water. Written on back of photograph, "Mrs. Frank A. (Lydia Ortley) Hunter, Mrs. Augustus (Mary Jane) Hunter, (Hand on fender?), Mr. Frank A. Hunter, front -- Clifford B. Hunter."
Athletics; College students; Football; People; Photographs; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara College (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Student life;
Black-and-white photograph of the Santa Clara College Football Team of 1896. On verso of photo: "On December 12, 1896 the Santa Clara College Football team beat St. Mary's College by the score of 46 to 4, at Central Park in San Francisco."
Athletics; Automobiles; Baseball; College buildings; College students; People; Photographs; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Student life; University of Santa Clara;
Black-and-white photograph of the Santa Clara-St. Mary's baseball game, played on March 17th, 1912. About 2500 people were in attendance. The baseball diamond was located in front of St. Joseph's Hall.
Captain J. H. Adams was born in Edwardsville, Illinois, on June 13, 1820. and was a Captain in the Mexican American War. He arrived in Hangtown for gold on August 1, 1849. He then arrived in Santa Clara County in August 1853 and became sheriff in...
Arguello, Concepcion, 1791-1857; Combs; Mantilla; Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich, 1764-1807; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Shawls;
Concepcion Arguello was 15 in 1806 when she met the Russian Count Nicolai Rezanov, Chamberlain to the Czar while he was in San Francisco. After a three week courtship, they became engaged. An official of the royal court, he had to return to...
People; Portraits; Presidio of San Francisco (Calif.); Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich, 1764-1807; San Francisco (Calif.); San Francisco County (Calif.)--History
Portrait of Count Nikolai Rezanov, circa 1806. Maria de la Concepcion Marcela Arguello was born in the Presidio of San Francisco on February 19, 1791. She was the daughter of Don Jose Arguello, who was then serving as the Commandante of the...