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Maynard A. Amerine (UC Davis professor)
The University of California and the State's Wine Industry. 1971, 142 pp.
Wine Bibliographies and Taste Perception Studies. 1988,
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Margaret Wood Bancroft
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William "Bil" Banks
An Oral History with William "Bil" Banks. 2013, 317 pp.
Willa K. Baum (1926-2006) In Memory of Willa Baum
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Burton Benedict (b. 1923)
A Social Anthropologist in Britain and Berkeley, 2002, 342 pp.
Robert M. Berdahl
Chancellor, University of California at Berkeley, 1997-2004. 2011, 169 pp.
Jessie Bierman (1900-1996)
Maternal and Child Health in Montana, California, the U.S. Children's Bureau, and WHO, 1926-1967. 1987, 246 pp.
A Lady's Life: New England, Berkeley, China, 1978.
Leader in Junior College Education at Bakersfield and the
University of California, 1978.
Bakersfield Remembers Grace V. Bird, 1978.
Raymond Thayer Birge
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A Portrait Photographer's View of the University of California, Berkeley 1947-1981, 1983, 394 pp.
An Interview with David Blackwell. 2003, 161 pp.
Allen C. Blaisdell
Foreign Students and the Berkeley International House, 1928-1961. 1968,
Thomas C. Blaisdell, Jr.
India and China in the World War I Era; New Deal and Marshall
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Fay M. Blake
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Equity for the Public's Health: Contra Costa Health Officer; Professor, UC
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Beverly Hancock Bouwsma
Observer of Campus and Community Culture; Berkeley Department of History Faculty Wife, 1956-2001. 2008. 117 pp.
William J. Bouwsma
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Sixth Chancellor, University of California, Berkeley, 1971-1980;
Statistician, and National Leader in the Policies and Politics
of Higher Education. 1995, 274 pp.
An Oral History with Robert Bragg.
2002, 415 pp.
Scholar and Teacher of Medieval History, University of California, Berkeley, 1952-2002. 2006, 399 pp.
Delmer M. Brown
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Berkeley, 1946-1977. 2000, 410 pp.
Historian of Renaissance Florence, University of California, Berkeley, 1954-1991, 234 pp.
Ralph Works Chaney
Paleobotanist, Conservationist. 1960, 277 pp.
Earl F. Cheit (b. 1926)
Professor, Vice Chancellor, Dean, Vice President, Athletic Director, Advisor,
Trustee. University of California, 1957-2002, 2002, ix, 485 pp.
Yuen-Ren Chao (1892-1982)
Chinese Linguist, Phonologist, Composer and Author. 1977. 242 pp.
Sheldon Cheney (1886-1980)
Conversations with Sheldon Cheney. 1977, 166 pp.
Desmond J. Clark (1916-2002)
Archaeologist An Archaeologist's Work in African Prehistory and Early Human
Studies: Teamwork and Insight, 2002, xvii, 532 pages.
William K. Coblentz (b. 1922)
San Francisco Lawyer, California Higher Education, and Democratic Politics: 1947-1998. 2002, 347 pp.
Elizabeth Colson (b.
Anthropology and a Lifetime of Observation, 2002, xv, 358 pages.
Betty Connors (b.
The Committee for Arts and Lectures, 1945-1980: The Connors Years, 1201,
vi, 265 pp.
Versatile Berkeley Botanist: Plant Taxonomy and University Governance. 1987,
James V. Corley
Serving the University in Sacramento. 1969, 143
Ira Brown Cross
Portrait of an Economics Professor. 1967, 128 pp.
William V. Cruess
A Half Century in Food and Wine Technology. 1967, 122 pp.
Grete W. (Frugé) Cubie (b. 1913)
A Career in Public Libraries and at UC Berkeley's School of Librarianship,
1937-1975, 1200, xi, 198 pp.
J. Periam Danton (b. 1908)
Dean and Professor at UC Berkeley's School of Librarianship, 1946-1976, 158 pp.
Mary Blossom Davidson
The Dean of Women and the Importance of Students. 1967, 79 pp.
Founder of the Institute of Transportation and Traffic Engineering. 1997,
Natalie Zemon Davis
Historian of Early Modern Europe, Professor at Berkeley, 1971-1978. 2010, 79 pp.
A Life in Architecture: Indian Dancing, Migrant Housing,
Telesis, Design for Urban Living, Theater, Teaching. 1992,
William R. Dennes
Philosophy and the University Since 1915. 1970,
The University's Role in Housing Services. 1970,
An Oral History with Troy Duster. 2012, 300 pp.
Carroll "Ky" Ebright
California Varsity and Olympics Crew Coach. 1968, 74 pp.
Landscape Architecture: The Profession in California, 1935-1940,
and Telesis. 1993, 103 pp.
Founding of the International House Movement, 1971, 514 pp.
An Oral History with Harry Edwards. 2010, 161 pp.
Sanford S. Elberg
Graduate Education and Microbiology at the University of California,
Berkeley, 1930-1989. 1990, 269 pp.
William Russell Ellis
An Oral History with William Russ Ellis: In The Golden Sandbox. 2012, 456 pp.
Henry E. Erdman
Agricultural Economics: Teaching, Research, and Writing, University
of California, Berkeley, 1922-1969, 1971, 252 pp.
An Architectural Practice in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1938-1996. 1996,
Clinton W. Evans
California Athlete, Coach, Administrator, Ambassador.
1968, 106 pp.
Paula S. Fass
American Social and Cultural Historian and Historian of Childhood, University of California, Berkeley, 1974-2012. 2012, 126 pp.
On the influence of intellectural community in UC Berkeley Department of History
On divisions in the department over approaches to history
Donald L. Foley
Environmental Design at the University of California at Berkeley. 2005, 130 pp.
George M. Foster (b. 1913)
An Anthropologist's Life in the 20th Century: Theory and Practice at UC Berkeley,
the Smithsonian, in Mexico, and with the World Health Organization, 1200,
xii, 413 pp.
Herbert B. Foster
The Role of the Engineer's Office in the Development of the University of
California Campuses. 1960, 134 pp.
Mary LeCron Foster (b. 1914)
Finding the Themes: Family, Anthropology, Language Origins, Peace and Conflict, 1201,
xv, 337 pp.
August Frugé (b.
A Publisher's Career with the University of California Press, the
Sierra Club, and the California Native Plant Society, 1201, x, 332 pp.
David Pierpont Gardner
A Life in Higher Education: Fifteenth President of the University of
California, 1983-1992, 1997, 810 pp.
Jewelle Taylor Gibbs
An Oral History with Jewelle Taylor Gibbs. 2010, 442 pp.
Ewald T. Grether
Dean of the UC Berkeley Schools of Business Administration,
1943-1961; Leader in Campus Administration, Public Service, and
Marketing Studies; and Forever a Teacher, Volume 1.
Volume 2. 1993, 1069
Ella Barrows Hagar
Continuing Memoirs: Family, Community, University. (Class
of 1919, daughter of University President David P. Barrows.) 1974,
Mediterranean Style in the Berkeley Hills. 1978, 42 pp.
Student Athletics and the Voluntary Discipline. 1967,
Sidney T. Harding
A Life in Western Water Development, Volume 1. 1967, 524 pp.
A Life in Western Water Development, Volume 2.
Robert D. Harlan (b. 1929)
History of the Book: Thirty Years at UC Berkeley's School of Librarianship
and Study of Early American Printers, 1963-1993, 1201, ix, 124 pp.
An Oral History with Henrietta Harris. 2006, 195 pp.
Joseph P. Harris
Professor and Practitioner: Government, Election Reform,
and the Votomatic. 1983, 155 pp.
John C. and Anne Klauber Harsanyi
Nobel Laureate John Harsanyi: From Budapest to Berkeley, 1920-2000. 2000, 182 pp.
William Charles Hays
Order, Taste, and Grace in Architecture. 1968, 241 pp.
Elinor Raas Heller
A Volunteer in Politics, in Higher Education, and on Governing
Boards. Two volumes, 1984, 851 pp.
A. Carl Helmholz
Physics and Faculty Governance at the University of California
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Historian of Spain and France, University of California, Berkeley, 1960-1991. 2009, 270 pp.'
Lawrence C. Hershman
University of California Vice President; Director of the Budget, 1978-2007, 2012, 284 pp.
I. Michael Heyman (1930-2011)
Chancellor, Vice Chancellor, and Professor of Law, UC Berkeley; and Secretary, The Smithsonian Institution. 2004, 248 pp.
Roger W. Heyns
Berkeley Chancellor, 1965-1971: The University in a Turbulent
Society. 1987, 180 pp.
Joel H. Hildebrand
Chemistry, Education, and the University of California. 1962,
Walter E. Hoadley
Business Economist, Federal Reserve System Director, and University of California Regent, 1938-2000. 2000,
F. Clark Howell
Modernizing Physical Anthropology through Fieldwork, Science, and Collaboration. 2012, 112 pp.
Meeting the Leakey Family and Early Prehistory Research in Africa
Video Excerpt: The Piltdown Hoax and the Museum of Natural History, London
Teacher and Founding Curator of the East Asiatic Library:
from Urbana to Berkeley by Way of Peking. 1977, 278
A Career in Consumer Economics and Social Insurance. 1971,
Claude B. Hutchison
The College of Agriculture, University of California, 1922-1952. 1962,
Professor of Political Theory. 2007, 23 pp.
Soil Scientist, Teacher, and Scholar. 1989, 364
Marguerite Kulp Johnston and Joseph R. Mixer
Student Housing, Welfare, and the ASUC. 1970, 157
Harold S. Jones and Mary C. Jones
Partners in Longitudinal Studies. 1983, 154 pp.
An Oral History with Reginald Lanier Jones. 2006, 137 pp.
Winthrop D. Jordan
Historian of Slavery and Race Relations in America, Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, 1963-1982. 2009. 189 pp.
Maynard A. Joslyn
A Technologist Views the California Wine Industry. 1974,
Amandus N. Kasimatis
A Career in California Viticulture. 1988, 54 pp.
(UC Davis professor.)
Herma Hill Kay
Professor, 1960-Present, and Dean, 1992-2000, Boalt Hall School of Law, UC Berkeley, 2005. 180 pp.
David N. Keightley
Historian of Early China, University of California, Berkeley, 1969-1998. 2003, 190 pp.
James B. Kendrick, Jr.
From Plant Pathologist to Vice President for Agricultural
and Natural Resources, University of California, 1947-1986. 1989,
V. Wayne Kennedy
University of California Senior Vice President for Business and Finance, 1993-2000;
UC San Diego Vice Chancellor, Administration, 1985-1993, 2007, 370 pp.
Vice Chancellor of Administration, University of California 1970-1982. 2012, 196 pp.
Harry L. Kingman
Citizenship in a Democracy. (Stiles Hall, University YMCA.) 1973,
Michael J. Koll
The Lair of the Bear and the Alumni Association, 1949- 1993. 1993,
Daniel E. Koshland, Jr.
The Reorganization of Biology at the University of California
Berkeley. Interviews with Daniel Koshland, Roderic Park and Louise
Taylor. 2003, 127 pp.
Daniel E. Koshland, Jr.
Science, Academic Service, Philanthropy. 2011, 345 pp.
Marian E. Koshland (b. 1921-1997)
Restrospectives on a Life in Academic Science, Family, and
Community Activities, Interviews with James P. Allison, Anne
H. Good, Catherine P. Koshland, Daniel E. Koshland, Jr., Doughlas
E. Koshland, James M. Koshland, Hugh O. McDevitt, Gail Koshland
Wachtel. 2003, 228 pp.
Adrian A. Kragen
A Law Professor's Career: Teaching, Private Practice, and
Legislative Representation, 1934 to 1989. 1991, 333
Timeless Woman, Writer and Interpreter of the California Indian
World. 1982, 453 pp.
Ernest S. Kuh
Innovator In Circuit Theory And Computer Aided Design
Professor And Chair, Department Of Electrical Engineering And Computer Sciences
Dean, College Of Engineering, University Of California, Berkeley
Decades Of Service To Academia, Science, Industry, And Development In Asia. 2006, 274 pp.
Watson "Mac" Laetsch
Botanist, UC Berkeley Administrator and Fundraiser, Partner in
International Development. 2012, 331 pp.
The Nursery School of the Institute of Child Welfare of the
University of California, Berkeley. 1983, 51 pp.
Wilfred E. Langelier
Teaching, Research, and Consultation in Water Purification
and Sewage Treatment, University of California at Berkeley, 1916-1955. 1982,
Benjamin H. Lehman
Recollections and Reminiscences of Life in the Bay Area from
1920 Onward. 1969, 367 pp.
Victor F. Lenzen
Physics and Philosophy. 1965, 206 pp.
Hydrology, Geomorphology, and Environmental Policy: U.S. Geological
Survey, 1950-1972, and the UC Berkeley, 1972-1987. 1993,
Ferdinand D. Lessing
Early Years. (Professor of Oriental Languages.)
1963, 70 pp.
Lawrence Levine, United States Cultural History [Transcript In Progress]
Black Culture and Black Consciousness and the Use of Theory Part 1
Black Culture and Black Consciousness and the Use of Theory Part 2
The Genesis of Highbrow/Lowbrow
The Unpredicatable Past
The Opening of the American Mind
On Being Arrested for the Last Time
"The Fireside Chats" and the Great Depression
T. Y. Lin
"The Father of Prestressed Concrete": Teaching
Engineers, Bridging Rivers and Borders, 1931 to 1999, 2001,
The Start of Another Day, by Robert B. Yee
Leon Litwack, United States History, African American History [In Progress]
Percy H. McGauhey
The Sanitary Engineering Research Laboratory: Administration, Research,
and Consultation, 1950-1972. 1974, 259 pp.
Herbarium Scientist, University of California, Davis. 1989,
83 pp. (UC Davis professor)
Careers in Mining Geology and Management, University Governance
and Teaching. 1975, 318 pp.
Martin Edward Malia
Historian of Russian and European Intellectual History, 2005. 239 pp.
Fred Martin: Art Department Alumni at the University of California, Berkeley. 2010, 83 pp.
View Art Department Alumni Video Excerpt
A Life History with Doris Maslach, 2007. 295 pp.
Aeronautical Engineer, Professor, Dean of the College of Engineering, Provost for Professional Schools and Colleges, Vice Chancellor for Research and Academic Affairs University of California at Berkeley 1949-1983, 2000. 614 pp.
Henry F. May
Professor of American Intellectual History, University of California, Berkeley, 1952-1980. 1999, 218 pp.
Ralph P. Merritt
After Me Cometh a Builder, the Recollections of Ralph Palmer
Merritt. 1962, 137 pp. (UC Rice and Raisin Marketing.)
Extension Forester, 1926-1956. 1969, 138 pp.
Karl F. Meyer
Medical Research and Public Health. 1976, 439 pp.
Poetry, Teaching, and Scholarship. 1980, 344 pp.
Lucy Sprague Mitchell
Pioneering in Education. 1962, 174 pp.
Luis Monguió (b. 1908)
Memorias de un Hombre de Accion y Pensamiento (Memoirs of
a man of action and thought). 2003, 124 pp.
Physical Planning and Management: Los Alamos, University of
Utah, University of California, and AID, 1942-1976. 1992,
The Loyalty Oath, The Free Speech Movement, and Education Reforms at the University of California, Berkeley. 2004,
Eugen Neuhaus (1879-1963)
Reminiscences: Bay Area Art and the University of California Art Department, 1961, 48 pp.
UC Berkeley Athletics and a Life in Basketball: Coaching Collegiate
and Olympic Champions; Managing, Teaching, and Consulting in
the NBA, 1935-1995. 1997, 470 pp.
Professor of Law, University of California, Berkeley, 1946-present,
Justice, California Supreme Court, 1977-1983. 1994,
336 pp. (Available through California State Archives.)
John Francis Neylan
Politics, Law, and the University of California. 1962,
Dorothy B. Nyswander
Professor and Activist for Public Health Education in the
Americas and Asia. 1994, 318 pp.
Morrough P. O'Brien
Dean of the College of Engineering, Pioneer in Coastal Engineering,
and Consultant to General Electric. 1989, 313 pp.
Harold P. Olmo
Plant Genetics and New Grape Varieties. 1976, 183
pp. (UC Davis professor.)
Recollections of an Enologist, University of California, Davis,
1950-1990. 1990, 66 pp.
Jack W. Peltason
Political Scientist and Leader in Higher Education, 1947-1995: Sixteenth President of the University of California, Chancellor at UC Irvine and the University of Illinois. 2001,
Suzanne Toll Peltason
Partner and Participant: University of California Chancellor's and President's Wife, 1984-1995. 2002,
Stephen C. Pepper
Art and Philosophy at the University of California, 1919-1962. 1963,
Thomas H. Pigford
Building the Fields of Nuclear Energy and Nuclear Waste Management, 1950-1999. 2001, 456 pp.
Karl S. Pister (b.
University of California, Berkeley, College of Engineering,
Professor and Dean: UCSC Chancellor; Universitywide Chair of
the Academic Council and Vice President - Educational Outreach,
1952-2003. 2003, 637 pp.
Kenneth Sanborn Pitzer (1914-1997)
Chemist and Administrator at UC Berkeley, Rice University, Stanford University,
and the Atomic Energy Commission, 1935-1997, 1999, xiii, 544 pp.
Robert Langley Porter
Physician, Teacher and Guardian of the Public Health. 1960,
102 pp. (UC San Francisco professor.)
Sonya Rapoport: Art Department Alumni at the University of California, Berkeley. 2010, 83 pp.
View Art Department Alumni Video Excerpt
Arbovirologist and Professor, UC Berkeley School of Public
Health. 1993, 686 pp.
Flora Elizabeth Reynolds (b. 1911)
"A Dukedom Large Enough": Forty Years in Northern California's
Public and Academic Libraries, 1936-1976 1200, x, 158 pp.
Roger Revelle (UC
San Diego professor)
Oceanography, Population Resources and the World, Volume 1: Preparation for a Scientific Career, 1988.
Oceanography, Population Resources and the World, Volume 2: Observations on the Office of Naval Research and International Science, 1945-1960, 1988.
Oceanography, Population Resources and the World, Volume 3: Director of Scripps Institution of Oceanography, 1951-1964, 1988.
Oceanography, Population Resources and the World, Volume 4: The International Scientist, 1998.
Nicholas V. Riasanovsky
Professor of Russian and European Intellectual History, University
of California, Berkeley, 1957-1997. 1998, 312 pp.
Leon J. Richardson
Berkeley Culture, University of California Highlights, and
University Extension, 1892-1960. 1962, 248 pp.
Agnes Roddy Robb
Robert Gordon Sproul and the University of California. 1976,
Charles Edwin Rossbach
Artist, Mentor, Professor, Writer. 1987, 157 pp.
UC Berkeley Professor of Molecular Biology:
On the Loyalty Oath Controversy, The Free Speech Movement,
and Freedom in Scientific Research. 2007, 182 pp.
University of California Professor of Molecular Biology: Discussions of His Research Over His Scientific Career From the 1940s Until 2010. 2010, 175 pp.
A Sculptor's Odyssey. 1987, 304 pp.
Carl E. Schorske
Intellectual Life, Civil Libertarian Issues, and the Student
Movement at the University of California, Berkeley, 1960-1969.
2000, 203 pp.
Geraldine Knight Scott
A Woman in Landscape Architecture in California, 1926-1989. 1990,
Philip Selznick (1919-2010)
An Oral History with Philip Selznick, 2010. 178 pp.
Peter J. Shields
Reminiscences of the Father of the Davis Campus. 1954,
Distinguished Sociologist, University Professor and Servant to the Public. 2013, 796 pp.
Mary Perry Smith
An Interview with Mary Perry Smith, Co-founder of MESA. 2004, 105 pp.
A Life in Education and Community Service. 2004, 194 pp.
Ida Wittschen Sproul
The President's Wife. 1981, 347 pp.
Kenneth M. Stampp
Historian of Slavery, the Civil War, and Reconstruction, University
of California, Berkeley, 1946-1983. 1998, 313 pp.
The Learning Society: Continuing Education at NYU, Michigan,
and UC Berkeley, 1946-1991. 1993, 292 pp.
Frank C. Stevens
Forty Years in the Office of the President, University of
California, 1905-1945. 1959, 175 pp.
George R. Stewart
A Little of Myself. (Author and UC Professor of
English) 1972, 319 pp.
Fred S. Stripp, Jr.
University Debate Coach, Berkeley Civic Leader, and Pastor. 1990,
Edward R. Strong (1901-1990)
Philosopher, Professor, and Berkeley Chancellor, 1961-1965. 1992,
Paul Schuster Taylor
Volume I: Education, Field Research, and Family, 1973, 342 pp.
II and Volume III: California Water and Agricultural Labor, 1975,
On the Organization and Philosophy of the National Federation of The Blind. 2012, 44 pp. [Interviews conducted 1955-56]
External Eye Disease and the Proctor Foundation. 1988, 321
pp. (UC San Francisco professor.) (Available through
the Foundation of the American Academy of Ophthalmology.)
Four Decades of Distinguished Service: UC Berkeley Chancellor, 1990-1997, Vice Chancellor for Research, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, and Renowned Expert in Microsale Thermophysical Engineering. 2004, 297 pp.
Katherine A. Towle
Administration and Leadership. 1970, 369 pp.
Charles H. Townes
A Life in Physics: Bell Telephone Laboratories and WWII, Columbia University and the Laser, MIT and Government Service; California and Research in Astrophysics, 1994, 691 pp. Includes interviews with Arthur Schawlow and Frances Townes.
Philosopher, Professor, Educator. 2012, 307 pp.
Robert M. Underhill
University of California: Lands, Finances, and Investments. 1968,
Henry J. Vaux
Forestry in the Public Interest: Education, Economics, State
Policy, 1933-1983. 1987, 337 pp.
Working for Youth and Social Justice: The YMCA, the University
of California, and the Stulsaft Foundation. 1991, 203
Fred Wakeman, Historian of China [In Progress]
Henry C. Waring
Henry C. Waring on University Extension. 1960, 130
Teaching, Research and Administration, University of California,
1925-1968. 1976, 259 pp.
Glenn A. Wessels
Education of an Artist. 1967, 326 pp.
Artist and Professor. 1988, 190 pp. (UC Davis
Researcher and Educator in Electromagnetics, Microwaves,
and Optoelectronics, 1935-1995; Dean of the College of Engineering,
UC Berkeley, 1950-1963. 1996, 273 pp.
Robert L. Wiegel
Coastal Engineering: Research, Consulting, and Teaching, 1946-1997. 1997,
Dean of Students Arleigh Williams: The Free Speech Movement
and the Six Years' War, 1964-1970. 1990, 329 pp.
Arleigh and Betty H. Neely Williams
Disabled Students' Residence Program. 1987, 41 pp.
Garff B. Wilson
The Invisible Man, or, Public Ceremonies Chairman at Berkeley
for Thirty-Five Years. 1981, 442 pp.
Patrick G. Wilson (b. 1927)
Philosopher of Information: An Eclectic Imprint on Berkeley's School of Librarianship,
1965-1991, 1200, xi, 240 pp.
Albert J. Winkler
Viticultural Research at UC Davis, 1921-1971. 1973, 144 pp.
Professor Emeritus in Immunology and Political Activist. 2008, 49 pp.
Leon Wofsy is Professor Emeritus of Molecular and Cell Biology/Immunology. PhD in Chemistry, Yale 1961. He joined the UCB faculty as Associate Professor in 1964; Professor in 1968; Chair of Bacteriology and Imuunology, 1967-1972; Chair of Microbiology and Immunology, 1975-1977. Emeritus, 1984. His primary research activity and publications focused on antibody active sites and lymphocyte membrane receptors. He has also had a lifetime interest in social and political issues and has written numerous articles on such subjects.
Baldwin M. Woods
University of California Extension. 1957, 102 pp.
Michele Woods Jones
An Oral History with Michele Woods Jones. 2005, 121 pp.
William Wilson Wurster
College of Environmental Design, University of California,
Campus Planning, and Architectural Practice. 1964,
Blake Estate Oral History Project. 1988, 582 pp.
Architects landscape architects, gardeners, presidents
document the history of the UC presidential
interviews with Mai Arbegast, Igor Blake,
Ron and Myra Brocchini,
Toichi Domoto, Eliot Evans, Tony Hail, Linda
Hitch, Flo Holmes, Clark and Kay Kerr, Gerry
Scott, George and
Helena Thacher, Walter Vodden, and Norma
Centennial History Project, 1954-1960. 329 pp.
Includes interviews with George P. Adams, Anson Stiles
Walter C. Blasdale, Joel H. Hildebrand,
Samuel J. Holmes, Alfred L.
Kroeber, Ivan M. Linforth, George D. Louderback,
Agnes Fay Morgan,
and William Popper. (Bancroft Library
Thomas D. Church, Landscape Architect, Volume 1. 1978, 803 pp.
Volume I: Includes interviews with Theodore Bernardi,
June Meehan Campbell, Louis De Monte, Walter
Doty, Donn Emmons,
Floyd Gerow, Harriet Henderson, Joseph Howland,
Ruth Jaffe, Burton
Litton, Germano Milano, Miriam Pierce, George
Royston, Geraldine Knight Scott, Roger Sturtevant,
and Harold Watkin.
Volume II: Includes interviews with Maggie Baylis, Elizabeth
Roberts Church, Robert Glasner, Grace Hall,
Proctor Mellquist, Everitt Miller, Harry
Sanders, Lou Schenone,
Jack Stafford, Goodwin Steinberg, and Jack
Interviews with Dentists. (Dental History Project, University of
California, San Francisco.) 1969, 1114 pp. Includes
with Dickson Bell, Reuben L. Blake, Willard
C. Fleming, George A.
Hughes, Leland D. Jones, George F. McGee,
C. E. Rutledge, William
B. Ryder, Jr., Herbert J. Samuels, Joseph
Sciutto, William S.
Smith, Harvey Stallard, George E. Steninger,
and Abraham W. Ward.
(Bancroft Library use only.)
Julia Morgan Architectural History Project. Two volumes, 1976, 621
Volume I: The Work of Walter Steilberg and Julia Morgan,
Department of Architecture, UCB, 1904-1954.
Includes interviews with Walter T. Steilberg, Robert
Evelyn Paine Ratcliff, Norman L. Jensen,
John E. Wagstaff, George
C. Hodges, Edward B. Hussey, and Warren
Julia Morgan Architectural History Project.
Volume II: Julia Morgan, Her Office, and a House.
Includes interviews with Mary Grace Barron, Kirk O.
Willer, Quintilla Williams, Catherine Freeman
Lawrence McNaught, Hettie Belle Marcus,
Bjarne Dahl, Bjarne Dahl,
Jr., Morgan North, Dorothy Wormser Coblentz,
and Flora d'Ille
The Loyalty Oath at the University of California,
1949-1952. 2004, 145 pp.
Mary Tolman Kent; and
Deborah Tolman Whitney.
See also The Bancroft Library's California Loyalty Oath Digital Collection.
The Prytaneans: An Oral History of the Prytanean Society and its
Members. (Order from Prytanean Society)
Volume I: 1901-1920, 1970, 307 pp.
Volume II: 1921-1930, 1977, 313 pp.
Volume III: 1931-1935, 1990, 343 pp.
Six Weeks in Spring, 1985: Managing Student Protest at UC Berkeley.
887 pp. Transcripts of sixteen interviews conducted
August 1985 documenting events on the UC
Berkeley campus in April-
May 1985 and administration response to
protesting university policy on investments
in South Africa.
Interviews with: Ira Michael Heyman, chancellor;
vice chancellor; Roderic Park, vice chancellor;
Ronald Wright, vice
chancellor; Richard Hafner, public affairs
officer; John Cummins
and Michael R. Smith, chancellor's staff;
Patrick Hayashi and B.
Thomas Travers, undergraduate affairs; Mary
Jacobs, Hal Reynolds,
and Michelle Woods, student affairs; Derry
Bowles, William Foley,
Joseph Johnson, and Ellen Stetson, campus
Library use only.)
Robert Gordon Sproul Oral History Project. Two volumes, 1986, 904
Includes interviews with thirty-five persons who knew
Horace M. Albright, Stuart LeRoy Anderson,
Bradley, Franklin M. "Dyke" Brown, Ernest
H. Burness, Natalie
Cohen, Paul A. Dodd, May Dornin, Richard
E. Erickson, Walter S.
Frederick, David P. Gardner, Marion Sproul
Goodin, Vernon L.
Goodin, Louis H. Heilbron, Robert S. Johnson,
Clark Kerr, Adrian A.
Kragen, Mary Blumer Lawrence, Stanley E.
McCaffrey, Dean McHenry,
Donald H. McLaughlin, Kendric Morrish, Marion
Morrish, William Penn
Mott, Jr., Herman Phleger, John B. deC.
M. Saunders, Carl W.
Sharsmith, John A. Sproul, Robert Gordon
Sproul, Jr., Wallace
Sterling, Wakefield Taylor, Robert M. Underhill,
Eleanor L. Van
Horn, Garff B. Wilson, and Pete L. Yzaguirre.
The Women's Faculty Club of the University of California at Berkeley, 1919-1982. 1983, 312 pp.
Includes interviews with Josephine Smith, Margaret Murdock,
Agnes Robb, May Dornin, Josephine Miles, Gudveig
Gordon-Britland, Elizabeth Scott, Marian Diamond, Mary Ann
Johnson, Eleanor Van Horn, and Katherine Van Valer Williams.
Donated Faculty Oral History Collection
Reflections of Early Childhood Education: 1934-1994. 1997,
Harold F. Weaver
Harold F. Weaver, California Astronomer. 1993, 165