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John Muir Journals

Journals written by John Muir between 1867 and 1913, including his “thousand-mile walk,” early years in Yosemite, extensive travels in Alaska, 1903 world tour, and voyage to South America and Africa between 1911 and 1912. Read More

Delia Locke Diaries

Diaries by Delia Locke as part of the Locke-Hammond Family Papers. This collection also includes a broad range of materials on the family and Lockeford, California, the town they founded in the 1850s. Read More

Pacific Historian

This publication, published between 1957 and 1987, promoted an interpretation of life in the Western United States, especially California, through research and study. Articles discussed social, cultural, political, and economical aspects of Western regional history, emphasizing ethnic culture and evaluating Western writers. Read More

Guy and Marguerite Cook Nisei Collection

More than 100 items collected by the Cooks during their employment at Tule Lake. Many of these items focus on education and relocation, including faculty narratives and student autobiographies. Read More

Historic Stockton Photographs

More than 4,700 historic photographs documenting the history of Stockton, California. This collection focuses primarily on the waterfront and downtown areas, including images of buildings, streets, and businesses from the 1860s to the 1960s. Read More