Santa Clara County (Calif.) -- History, Local
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The Edgar R. Levin Collection, circa 1934-1965 (bulk 1939-1959), chronicles the adult life of Edgar Ross Levin, a teacher, lecturer and later supervisor in Santa Clara County who worked as Father Bernard R. Hubbard’s assistant on his journeys to Alaska. The collection consists of materials detailing Levin's Alaskan adventures, his methods of teaching, and the topics he discussed during his lectures. The collection also supplies further information about Father Hubbard from his assistant’s...
Dates: 1934-1965 (bulk 1939-1959)
Collection — Santa Clara Valley Local History Collection
Identifier: R.G. 102
Overview The Santa Clara Valley Local History Collection, 1847-2006 (bulk 1890-1960) documents the history of the Santa Clara Valley after the arrival of European and overland settlers. The records consist of Chamber of Commerce publications promoting the Santa Clara Valley as an idyllic place to live, work and visit; writings, reminiscences, photographs and ephemera documenting the prominent pioneer and Californio families of the Santa Clara Valley; and printed...
Dates: 1847-2006 (bulk 1890-1960)