College students; Drawings; Education; Mexican Americans; Newspapers; People; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Student life; University of Santa Clara
El Estudiante del Pueblo was published by the newspaper committee of the student organization, El Frente Estudiantil. El Frente, established in 1968, is the Chicano student organization at Santa Clara University.
Newspaper industry; Newspapers; Office workers; Relocation camps; Forced migration; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; Mimeograph; World War II, 1939-1945 -- Japanese Americans
Photograph shows evacuees using a mimeograph machine at the assembly center newspaper office while a young boy reads the "Our Gang" comic strip.
Newspaper editors; Newspaper industry; Newspapers; Office workers; Relocation camps; Forced migration; Fresno Assembly Center (Fresno, Calif.); Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; World War II, 1939-1945 -- Japanese Americans
Photograph shows the editorial offices of the Fresno, California Assembly Center "Grapevine" with male and female evacuees working.
Santa Clara Argus Newspaper, Book and Job Printing Establishment, William A. January, Proprietor, Market Street, San Jose, receipt for payment of printing order of March 17th, 1869 by New Almaden Q.S. Mining Co. Receipt dated April 14.
Reporters and reporting; Men; Group portraits; University of Santa Clara
A group portrait of local newspaper reporters. Standing left to right: H. Bradbury, Postal Telegraph; Louis Ashlock, A.P.; John Chestnut, S.F. Call-Bulletin; John "Sam" Dunn, Postal Telegraph; Fr. H. Donovan, S.J.; Frank Gordon, S.J....
Newspaper vendors; Newspapers; Relocation camps; Forced migration; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; World War II, 1939-1945 -- Japanese Americans; Turlock Assembly Center (Calif.)
Photograph shows evacuees buying San Francisco morning papers at Turlock, California Assembly Center.
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.
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...
Adobes houses; Painting; San Jose (Cailf.); Valencia, Manuel
Manuel Valencia's grandfather came to California with the de Anza Party (1774) and became an administrator of the Presidio in San Francisco. The family was given many land grants. Valencia Street in the Mission district is named for the family....
Checks; Murphy, Martin, 1807-1884; Receipts (acknowledgments); San Jose (Calif.)
A receipt and two checks. The receipt is from "The Monitor and Guardian" newspaper, for a year long subscription made by Martin Murphy. The two checks were written by Murphy in 1877 and 1878. The checks come from the Commercial &...
San Jose State University; Student newspapers and periodicals; Editorial cartoons; Reagan, Ronald
Spartan Daily editorial cartoon about Governor Ronald Reagan's criticism of SJSC Survival Faire. Reagan looks on from Mt. Sacramentus at the Survival Faire on the SJSC campus with a sky completely full of smog overhead. Caption text reads:...