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Research manuscript series on the cultural and natural history of Santa Clara

 Record Group
Identifier: 20MS-AR

Scope and Content of the Collection

Includes nos. 1-13 of the series: Grasslands, the forgotten resource, by Joanna M. Blume, no. 1; Blessed with orchards, cheered with vine, by Virginia C. Czosek, no. 2; A river ran through it, by Erin M. Reilly, no. 3; The Ohlone and the oak woodlands, by Grant William Schick, no. 4; The roots of healing, by Nader R. Yasin, no. 5; Curing our tunnel vision, by Amy C. Raimundo, no. 6; The Eberhard privy, by Samantha Harris, no. 7; Santa Clara: from mission to municipality, by Lorie Garcia, no. 8; A year in the life of a Spanish Colonial pueblo, by Diane Lambert, no. 9; The Legacy of the 'Glacier Priest', by Caprice Murray Scarborough, no. 10; Reconstructing early historical landscapes in the Northern Santa Clara Valley, by Alan K. Brown, Ph.D., no. 11; Discovering Santa Clara University's prehistoric past, by Russell K. Skowronek, no. 12; Musical life at Mission Santa Clara, by Margaret L. Cayward, no. 13; Revealing Santa Clara University's Prehistoric Past by Russell K. Skowronek, no. 15


  • 1994 to 2006



The collection is open for research. There are no restrictions.

Publication Rights

Materials in Archives & Special Collections may be subject to copyright. All requests for permission to publish from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Permission for publication is given on behalf of Archives & Special Collections as the owner of the physical materials, and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained. Copyright restrictions also apply to digital reproductions of the original materials.

Biographical History

Series publishes selected senior theses of SCU anthropology majors and works by other historians.


0.8 linear feet (2 boxes)

Language of Materials



Contains the individual issues of the series: Box 1, nos. 1-11; Box 2, nos. 12-13, 15.

Physical Location

This collection is located in Santa Clara University Library's Archives & Special Collections.

Processing Information

Collection processed prior to 2020. Legacy collection data migrated from existing MARC records by Nadia Nasr in 2021.

Research manuscript series on the cultural and natural history of Santa Clara
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Nadia Nasr
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Repository Details

Part of the Archives & Special Collections, Santa Clara University Library Repository

Santa Clara University Library
500 El Camino Real
Santa Clara California 95053-0500 USA US