Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
Wilhelm Loeb's German passport that indicates that he went to the German consulate in San Francisco to register the additional name "Israel"; collection of correspondence between Ernest Marcus and Alfred Neumann.
The collection spans from 1938 to 1997 and consists of items related to the redevelopment of Bunker Hill: legal documents, reports, studies, brochures, proposals, serials, books, photographs, design proposals, and Community Redevelopment Agency studies.
The Robert Ignatius Burns papers contain three boxes of Burns' personal papers, four boxes of his collected manuscripts, and 21 boxes of his collected pamphlets. The manuscripts date between 1212 and 1608. The majority of the manuscripts originate from Spain and are written in Latin or Catalan, but one manuscript is from Rome. Robert Ignatius Burns (1921-2008) was a scholar of medieval history who taught at the University of San Francisco and the University of California Los Angeles.
Collection consists of 550 items of sheet music dating from 1924; screenplays and miscellaneous material including budgets, correspondence, contracts and advertising brochures related to films that composer Mack David (1912-1993) had worked on.