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Guide to the San Francisco News-Call Bulletin Newspaper Photograph Archive, ca. 1915-1965
BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG  
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First Fleet arrival for Pacific Festival (ships) [09-09-60, ca. 20 negatives]

 

Fashion for opera and San Francisco woman

 

"Filthy book" corporate managers (Matt Meehan, Les Aday, and Dr. Wallace De Ortega Maxey) and copies of book covers (pornography, censorship)

 

Balloon derby

 

Richard M. Nixon at Hunters Point [09-12-60, 6 negatives]

 

Rally For Richard M. Nixon -- Hunters Point(September 12, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 166, [09-12-60.04]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Officers salute. Richard Nixon and his wife Pat Nixon arrive. Nixon inspects troops.
 

Dr. Paul F. Fung and Dr. Frederick Hong holding painting of Budda that was presented to Buddhist Temple

 

"Sex for sale" and "filthy book" issue (Attorney Molly Minudri, one of the leaders against sex books, and other women looking at News-Call Bulletin sex issue) (pornography, censorship)

 

Judge Clarence Morris and Mayor George Christopher discuss "dirty books" (pornography, censorship)

 

Richard M. Nixon election rally on Union Square (speaking, greating crowds, with wife in cable car, actor James Stewart, and politician William Mailliard) [09-12-60, 16 negatives]

 

Rally For Richard M. Nixon -- Union Square(September 12, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 166, [09-12-60.09]

Physical Description: 16 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Richard Nixon speaks in front of a podium before a large crowd; James Stewart and William Mailliard are also seated on the stage. Nixon shakes hands with a woman supporter. Nixon and his wife Pat Nixon seated in a cable car filled with supporters and greet fans in park. View of orchestra and large crowd gathered at rally, includes large sign "Voices For Nixon".
 

Grace Cathedral Committee drive

 

Sex book printers and distributors (290 Harrison Street and 220 Nineth Street) (pornography, censorship)

 

Republican election campaign (Nelson Rockefeller, Louis Francis, Senator John McCarthy of Marin, and Assembly aspirant Al Hicks)

 

Richard M. Nixon at San Francisco airport and at Hunters Point (ceremony for hospital ship Hope) [09-13-60, 8 negatives]

 

Launching Ceremony -- Richard M. Nixon -- Hunters Point(September 13, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 166, [09-13-60.10]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Richard Nixon and his wife Pat Nixon attend ceremony for Hope (hospital ship). He stands among the officers on the pier and speaks at a podium on a stage. He inspects officers and shakes hands with a supporter and a cadet. He also poses with a group of women. Mr. and Mrs. Nixon exit a car at the airport.
 

Senator Eugene McCarthy of Minnesota fundraising in Chinatown [09-15-60, 3 negatives]

 

Opera opening [various dates, ca. 30 negatives]

 

Navy minesweepers with First Fleet (ships)

 

Marina Adult School (classroom activities) (education) [09-14-60, 6 negatives]

 

Sutro Library's books and its librarian Richard Dillon

 

Dr. Carl G. Rowie on his return from Israel

 

Cops raid bookstore and distributor (pornography, censorship) [09-16-60, 5 negatives]

 

Police Raid Bookstore and Distributor(September 16, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 166, [09-16-60.03]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Inspector Charles Young and Harold Moore take books and magazines from the store (Third Street). Robert Bernard, who works for Alameda County District Attorney's Office, confiscates books from LS Distributors (Harrison Street) in the neighborhood. Inspector David Toschi sits in a police car filled with confiscated books from the distributor; he holds some books titled "Joy Killer".
 

Dr. Arthur E. Schlessinger (Professor at Harvard University and advisor to John F. Kennedy)

 

Palazzo home furnishings

 

Spring opera at Union Square (singers Margot Blum and James Standard)

 

Grand Jury for indictments on dirty books story (Alameda County courthouse) (pornography, censorship) [various dates, ca. 15 negatives]

 

Luncheon in honor of Mrs. Adolph Spreckels (80 years old)

 

Ex Minister of Interior Oskar Helmer of Austria at A.P. Giannini School

 

Red and White Ball at Polish Community Service Center

 

Crown Prince Akihito of Japan [09-24-60, 12 negatives]

 

Arrival of Prince Akihito of Japan -- San Francisco International Airport(September 24, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 167, [09-24-60.01]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Crowd waits arrival of Prince Akihito of Japan. After Prince Akihito and his wife (Princess Michiko) disembark from the airplane, they are greeted by Mayor and Mrs. George Christopher and other officials. Mayor Christopher speaks in front of a microphone before the crowd. People paint and move furniture in preparation for Prince Akihito's stay.
 

Crown Prince Akihito of Japan visits M.H. De Young Memorial Museum [09-24-60, 2 negatives]

 

Crown Prince of Japan Visits Japanese Art Exhibit -- M.H. De Young Memorial Museum(September 24, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 167, [09-24-60.02]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

"Crown Prince Michiko" [sic: actually Prince Akihito?] of Japan looks at Japanese art. Dr. Walter Heil and Mrs. George Cameron are among the people observing art with Prince Akihito.
 

Adlai Stevenson campaigns for election of John F. Kennedy [09-26-60 - 09-27-60, 6 negatives and 09-28-60, 19 strip* negatives]

 

Press Conference With Adlai Stevenson -- Fairmont Hotel(September 26, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 167, [09-26-60.09]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Stevenson speaks in front of a microphone to reporters, photographers, and cameramen. Close-ups of Stevenson speaking.
 

Adlai Steveson Speaks at Fox Theatre(September 27, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 167, [09-27-60.03]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Adlai Stevenson walks onto the stage followed by "Kennedy Girls" (women dressed with hats and sashes saying "Kennedy"). He waves to the audience. View of crowd and supporters listening to him.
 

Adlai Stevenson Campaigns -- Greek Theater, UC Berkeley(September 28, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 167, [09-28-60.08]

Physical Description: 19 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Adlai Stevenson addresses massive crowd at the Greek Theater. Views of Stevenson speaking at a podium to the crowded stadium. Views of audience, includes some individuals holding signs in support of Stevenson and Kennedy.
 

Cast from "Once Upon A Mattress" (actors Dodie Goodman and Buster Keaton, and dancer Harold Lang) [09-26-60, 2 negatives]

 

Movie Cast from "Once Upon A Mattress" -- Clift Hotel(September 26, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 167, [09-26-60.13]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

The cast from "Once Upon A Mattress": actress Dodie Goodman, actor Buster Keaton, and dancer Harold Lang pose for the camera at a press conference.
 

New large cargo ship President Lincoln launched

 

KQED television station debate on "filthy books" (includes Attorney Caspar W. Weinberger) (pornography, censorship) [09-29-60, 2 negatives]

 

"Filthy Books" Debate -- KQED Television Station(September 29, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 167, [09-29-60.03]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Attorney Robert L. Brock, Attorney Caspar W. Weinberger, and Alameda County District Attorney J. Frank Coakley debate "Filthy Book" (pornography, censorship) issue.
 

Vallejo Street between Stockton and Powell Streets (future site of Central Police Station) (neighborhood)

 

* Strip negatives (35 mm) too long for standard sleeves are filed sideways at the side of the box containing the relevant date range.

 

October 1960 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 167, [100060-103160]

Physical Description: 125 negatives (estimate)
 

[Many of the negatives for this month were missing during procesing, 1997-1999.]

 

Freeway signs [10-00-60, ca. 20 negatives]

 

Ike (Dwight D. Eisenhower) San Francisco visit to boost Richard M. Nixon (crowds in front of Palace Hotel) [10-00-60, 2 negatives]

 

Dwight D. Eisenhower Visits San Francisco to Boost Richard M. Nixon -- Palace Hotel(October 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 167, [10-00-60.04]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Large crowd lining the streets to watch President Eisenhower's motorcade.
 

Garden sculpture at Locke's Gallery

 

Monkey and chihuahua pals (animal friendship)

 

Automation of waterfront ship loading (Alameda and San Francisco Waterfront) [10-26-60, 9 negatives]

 

Automation of Waterfront Ship Loading -- Alameda and San Francisco Waterfront(October 26, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 167, [10-26-60.01]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of a Hawiian Rancher (ship) as boxes are loaded by mechanized machinery. View of union official watching as the ship is loaded. View of a small lifter picking up a barrel.
 

Peace demonstration at Union Square (atomic age, social protests) [10-29-60, 2 negatives]

 

Peace Demonstration -- Union Square(October 29, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 167, [10-29-60.01]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Crowd holding various signs ("American Initiative for Disarmament", "End the Arms Race...", "No more Hiroshima", etc.) calling for peace and disarmament.
 

Football team plane crash in San Louis Obispo [10-30-60, ca. 20 negatives]

 

Beaux Arts Ball

 

November 1960 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 168, [110060-113060]

Physical Description: 625 negatives (estimate)
 

Dr. J.C. Geiger's seventy-fifth birthday party

 

John F. Kennedy mobbed at arrival [11-00-60, 9 negatives]

 

John F. Kennedy Greeted by Crowd -- Palace Hotel(November 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 168, [11-00-60.02]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

John F. Kennedy is mobbed by large crowd of fans on his arrival at the Palace Hotel.
 

Governor Edmund G. Brown and wife voting [11-00-60, 6 negatives]

 

Governer Edmund G. Brown and Wife Voting(November 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 168, [11-00-60.09]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Governor Edmund G. Brown and his wife at the polling center preparing to vote. Governer Brown wearing a large "Guess who?" button.
 

World Affairs Council speaches (Herman Phleger and Senator James Fulbright)

 

Film Festival Award ball

 

Arrival of Marines on General William Mitchell (ship) from Okinawa, Japan

 

Millbrae sex deviate bailed out (and trial of Jaime Sandoval) [11-01-60 - 11-16-60, 8 negatives]

 

Salinas onions destined for Fidel Castro's Cuba

 

United Crusade new home care treatment (health)

 

Stanford library book thief [11-03-60 - 11-10-60, ca. 10 negatives]

 

Adlai Stevenson gives awards

 

1960 Nobel Prize winner in physics Donald A. Glaser [11-03-60, 7 negatives]

 

Nobel Prize Winner Donald A. Glasser -- Home in Berkeley(November 03, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 168, [11-03-60.11]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Nobel Prize winner in physics Donald A. Glaser in his Home at 560 Dwight Place in Berkeley.
 

Royal Ballet opening night

 

Radiological Defense Laboratory (Hunters Point) [11-04-60, 8 negatives]

 

Radiological Defense Laboratory -- Hunters Point(November 04, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 168, [11-04-60.05]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Family gets ready for shelter test at Camp Parks being done by the Radiological Defense Laboratory, and on the bus (civil defense, atomic age).
 

Richard M. Nixon in Oakland City Hall [05-11-60, ca. 31 negatives]

 

Richard M. Nixon -- Oakland City Hall(November 05, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 168, [11-05-60.02]

Physical Description: 31 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Huge crowd holding banners gathers in street outside the Oakland City Hall. Nixon gives speech and shakes hands with the crowd. Nixon and his wife are showered with confetti as they walk off the stage.
 

Events related to election of President John F. Kennedy [11-07-60 - 11-14-60, 41 negatives]

 

Kennedy Phone Drive -- Church Street(November 07, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 168, [11-07-60.06]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Josephine Whelan waiting to receive a phone call from President Kennedy from Lewinston, Maine.
 

Election Shots -- Call Bulletin Office(November 08, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 168, [11-08-60.01]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Polls shown on poster and group gets ready to make special election report on television inside Call Bulletin office.
 

Crowds Shouting for Kennedy -- Kennedy Headquarters(November 08, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 168, [11-08-60.02]

Physical Description: 21 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Large crowd cheers for Kennedy after reading newspaper. Kennedy girls lead cheers for Kennedy. Rita Ramley takes off shoes to relax after selling $1,800 worth of Kennedy buttons.
 

Election Bet Pay Off -- Devisadeiro(November 14, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 168, [11-14-60.10]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Marty Wefalce wins the election bet, Betting on Kennedy, and is wheeled around the block four times in a wheelbarrow by the loser Ed Antoine. Marty Welface carries a John F. Kennedy banner as he is wheeled down the street. Art young, Pat Short, Ken Huyck and others help Ed Antoine dump him out after the four block ride.
 

Making movie "Pleasure of His Company" (actor Fred Astaire, producer William Perlberg, director George Seaton, and others) (11-08-60, 4 negatives)

 

Making Movie "Pleasure of His Company" -- San Francsico Airport(November 08, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 168, [11-08-60.06]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Actor Fred Astaire and Japanese Airlines hostess Kathy Assano in scene with Astaire arriving in San Francisco. Producer William Perlberg, Astaire, Director George Seaton, and Charlie Ruggles engaged in conversation.
 

H. Liebes Bridal Salon (fashion)

 

The town turns out to have "a day for negro resident" in Healdsburg (Afro-Americans)

 

Russian pianist Sviatoslav Richter and his wife Nina

 

Mrs. America Rosemary Murphy

 

Art smuggling ring

 

Groundbraking for garage near Portsmouth Square

 

Miss Sun Break

 

101 year old Frank I. Turner with photo of Palace of Fine Arts (he was instrumental in saving it after exposition)

 

Artist Beniamino Bufano [11-15-60 - 11-23-60, ca. 40 negatives]

 

UC Berkeley vs. Stanford Big Game decorations of fraternity and sorority houses (Berkeley, Piedmont Street)

 

Scottish students Jay and John Robert Johnstons ordered to leave US for picketing Committee on Un-American Activity Commission (HUAC, communism) [11-16-60, 2 negatives]

 

Scottish Students Ordered to Leave the US for Picketing HUAC -- Berkeley(November 26, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 168, [11-16-60.03]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Scottish students Jay and John Robert Johnston ordered to leave the country after they picketed HUAC (Committee on Un-American Activities). Jay Johnston is holding eight week year old Gordon Johnston and John Robert Johnston is holding two year old Collin Johnston (communism, cold war).
 

Director of Israel Philharmonic Orchestra Carlo Maria Guilini

 

National Eye Foundation meeting (includes "Miss National Contact Lens")

 

Pony tail cartoonist Lee Holley

 

Testimonial luncheon for Assistant White House Press Secretary Andrew Hatcher

 

Fact Finding Commission on Labor and Welfare

 

Spinsters Dessert Meeting Society

 

Dog leash law being debated before San Francisco Board of Supervisors (head shots of eight dogs)

 

Andy Curtin interviews Joyce Johnson ("beef gal artist thrown in can")

 

Diamond Heights (only three houses left in new redevelopment project) (neighborhood, housing) [11-22-60, 2 negatives]

 

Diamond Heights Development(November 22, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 168, [11-22-60.08]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Only three houses left in the new Diamond Heights redevelopment project. Land movers in the foreground finishing up the landscape for the redevelopment (neighborhood, housing).
 

Diamond Heights Views of Development(November 26, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 168, [11-26-60.01]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of the long rows of track housing and apartments that line the flattened hillside.
 

Religious leader of Bhai faith Colin Featherstone

 

Portsmouth Square monuments

 

Radiation experiment or testing on Beagle Hound dogs at UC Davis? (atomic age, health) [11-29-60, 24 negatives]

 

Radiation Experiment on Beagle Hound Dogs -- UC Davis?(November 29, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 168, [11-29-60.10]

Physical Description: 24 negatives

Scope and Content Note

450 dogs in long rows of pens waiting for radiation tests. Scientists weighting and checking dogs for abnormalities. Dogs in pens and puppies suckling on mother (atomic age, health, animal testing).
 

Dr. Bernard M. Kramer, Dwight K. Tripp, and Dan Knapp (Hope (ship) physician assignment)

 

Aerial views of City of Millbrae [11-30-60, 4 negatives]

 

Aerial Views -- City of Millbrae(November 30, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 168, [11-30-60.10]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views showing housing tracts and development with rolling hills in background.
 

American Legion Convention

 

New voting machine

 

December 1960 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 169-170, [120060-123160]

Physical Description: 750 negatives (estimate)
 

Cotillion ball [12-00-60, ca. 20 negatives]

 

Panorama of downtown from Potrero Hill (cityscapes) [12-00-60, 7 negatives]

 

Panorama of downtown -- Potrero Hill(December 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 169, [12-00-60.02]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of San Francisco downtown taken from Potrero Hill (cityscapes).
 

New furnishings at Ernie's restaurant

 

Kids and Christmas toys at Macy's and Weinsteins

 

United Nationalities Day

 

Paul Elder bookstore window

 

New chapel for Dominican Sisters at 1212 Guerrero Street

 

Teenage fashion at I. Magnin

 

State Fair in Sacramento

 

Governor Edmund G. Brown presents plaque to Allen Bottorff

 

Attorney Jake Ehrlich (Jacob W. Ehrlich)

 

President Grayson Kirk of Columbia University

 

New "M" store at Twenty-first and Mission Streets

 

Press conference with Managing Director of (UN) United Nations Special Funds Paul Hoffman

 

March for Peace (Bradford Lyttle, Scott Herrick, Sue and Al Hoffman, and others march to Moscow) [12-01-60, 15 negatives]

 

March for Peace -- Union Square(December 01, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 169, [12-01-60.14]

Physical Description: 15 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Standing on stage are Scott Herrick, Bradford Lyttle, Julius Jacobs, Sue and Al Hoffman, Regina Fisher, David Rich, Gerald Lehman, Joe Glynn, and Robert Pickus. Long views of stage and crowd surrunding it. Various views of participant marching with signs "San Francisco to Moscow Walk for Peace."
 

Cappuchino Hi [girls] Band

 

Institute of International Education convention

 

General Board of National Council of Churches conveens in San Francisco (Billy Graham and others) [12-04-60 - 12-08-60, ca. 40 negatives]

 

Monument moved from Portsmouth Square to Golden Gate Park

 

Senator Tom Kuchel

 

President of UC Forum on Cuba Richard Currier

 

Lawn war in suburbia [12-12-60, 12-14-60 and 12-19-60]

 

Jane O'Grady "Coro Girl" who lost her scholarship after City Hall riots [12-12-60, 10 negatives]

 

Jane O'Grady "Coro Girl" -- Berkeley(December 12, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 169, [12-12-60.03]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of Jane O'Grady who lost her scholarship after City Hall riots.
 

Marin City burning

 

Driving safety signs [12-13-60 and 12-15-60]

 

Old gun bunker Fort Funston

 

Atomic convention (Dr. Paul Aebersold)

 

Hunters Point houseboats (city to clean them out) (housing) [12-13-60, 11 negatives]

 

Houseboats -- Hunters Point(December 13, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 169, [12-13-60.11]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Bill Engel and Victor Cademarti standing on a hill and talking. View of some houseboats and water. Various views of Mrs. Ann Andrakin and her children sitting on the porch of their houseboat.
 

Virginia Warren

 

New Japanese Center model

 

Johnny Unitas

 

Model of reactor on Nuclear Submarine Savannah (ship)

 

1917 hearse donated to Pioneer Society

 

Cal students picket in protest of ROTC training (general views, ROTC units marching, picket lines, etc.) [12-15-60, 18 negatives]

 

Cal Students Picket in Protest of ROTC Training -- Berkeley(December 15, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 169, [12-15-60.11]

Physical Description: 18 negatives

Scope and Content Note

General views of picketers on the sidewalk and street. ROTC units marching. Two protesters holding up a large sign reading "1960 [does not equal] 1984."
 

Aftermath of City Hall riots (what happened to Committee on Un-American Activity witnesses, Tillman?) (HUAC, communism) [12-15-60, 5 negatives]

 

Aftermath of City Hall Riots -- Campbell(December 15, 1960) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 169, [12-15-60.12]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified man (Tillman?) standing in room. Tillman? sitting in chair.
 

Book hearing at Redwood high school

 

Events related to TV personality John Daly and Virginia Warren's wedding (Earl Warren's daughter) (various dates)

 

Chinese movie actress Nancy Kwan

 

Santa Claus in city prison

 

School for cons at San Quentin State Prison

 

Nathaniel B. Guyol

 

Mayor George Christopher goes Christmas shopping

 

Poet Takeshi Koga winner of Emperor Hirohito's poetry contest

 

Head of Atomic Energy Commission John A. McCone

 

Re-elected President of Commonwealth Club Lloyd E. Graybiel

 

Events relating to Christmas (various dates)

 

January 1961 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 171, [010061-011761]

Physical Description: 375 negatives (estimate)
 

Grand Jury on pornography

 

Trish Papke wears plastic space suit (space age, fashion?)

 

Berkeley Tennis Club [01-00-61, ca. 20 negatives]

 

Paul Speegle hats for men (fashion)

 

Author Lee Ann Meriwether

 

Presentation of ten-year pins to employees at Sears, Roebuck and Company

 

Actors Bert Lahr and Margaret Phillips star in "Midsummer Night's Dream" (backstage of Curran Theatre)

 

Wartime copper penny

 

Progress on the new Hall of Justice

 

New priest of Greek Church of Annunciation Reverend John Granios

 

Buses in the fog

 

New Consul General Tuure Mantula of Finland

 

Women's Spring fashion

 

Police guard Cuban Consul's (Rodrigo Parajon?) home (communism) [01-04-61, 2 negatives]

 

Police Guard Cuban Consul's Home -- Taraval Street(January 04, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 171, [01-04-61.11]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Patrolman Donald Lando of Taraval Station standing in front of the consul's home (communism).
 

Judge Lenore Underwood

 

Thomas Hotel fire and aftermath [01-06-61- 01-13-61, ca. 30 negatives]

 

"Family survival kit" (disaster preparedness, civil defense) [01-06-61, 2 negatives]

 

Family Survival Kit(January 06, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 171, [01-06-61.06]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Mr. Maurice Leckteig standing next to "Family survival service" display (disaster preparedness, civil defense).
 

Woman abortionist captured in Belvedere

 

New radar at San Francisco airport

 

Communist Archie Brown in interview with Wes Willoughby regarding Committee on Un-american Activities hearing in San Francisco last year (HUAC, communism) [01-10-61, 5 negatives]

 

Communist Archie Brown(January 10, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 171, [01-10-61.12]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Communist Archie Brown sitting at a table (HUAC, communism).
 

Consul Rodrigo Parajon of Cuba defects (communism) (01-11-61, 15 negatives]

 

Consul Rodrigo Parajon of Cuba defects -- World Trade Center(January 11, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 171, [01-11-61.04-05]

Physical Description: 15 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of Consul Rodrigo Parajon of Cuba standing behind a table and talking into a microphone (some views include reporters). Parajon's replacement Alberto Bosch (communism) .
 

Army bomb disposal unit at Fort Scott

 

Minister of First Presbyterian Church Reverend E.W. Ramley

 

Slum clearance (South of Market, Third and Fourth Streets) (housing, social conditions) [01-11-61, 01-16-61 and 01-18-61, 26 negatives]

 

Slum Clearance -- Venice and Carlenton Hotels, Third and Fourth Streets(January 11, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 171, [01-11-61.18]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

View of an entry, hallway, and illegal gas stove in Venice Hotel. Twenty inch fire stairway and wine bottles in room of Carlenton Hotel. Crummy exterior of building at Harrison and Rich? Street (housing, social conditions).
 

Slum Clearance(January 16, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 171, [01-16-61.07]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Bad wires and locked fire door at the Comfort Hotel (interior). View of a broken vent (interior). View of a stove used to heat the apartment (interior). View of the bathroom and toilet (interior). View of a kitchen stove (interior). Slew on a roof dripping with grease. View of a lightwell. View of an inside garbage chute.
 

Slum Inspection(January 18, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 171, [01-18-61.07]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Long view of a slum hotel. Unidentified man sitting on a bed in a room (interior).
 

Friendly witness of City Hall riot Paul Prussion (social protests)

 

Former Ambassador Luis A. Baralt Jr. of Cuba and President A.J. Rockwell of World Affairs Council

 

Page girls for Mardi Gras

 

New director of M.H. De Young Memorial Museum H.B. Malone

 

Marin community protest meeting over supervisors

 

Ambassador Braj Kumar Nehru of India(?) [01-13-61, 3 negatives]

 

Ambassador Braj Kumar Nehru of India(?) -- Sheraton Palace Hotel(January 13, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 171, [01-13-61.12]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Ambassador Braj Kumar Nehru sitting on a chair.
 

San Quentin State Prison's oldest prisoner Tony Di Tardo (cake for his 86th birthday)

 

Governor Edmund G. Brown and family leave for John F. Kennedy's presidential inauguration

 

California Dairy Princess Miss Dawn Loewen

 

Israeli lecturer Ruth Gruber

 

Mission District (cityscapes, neighborhood) [01-16-61, 11 negatives]

 

Mission District(January 16, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 171, [01-16-61.15]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of Mission Dolores. Theater sign outside a Mexican theater. People on the street. Homes with palm trees along the side of the road (cityscapes, neighborhood).
 

"Closed chest" resuscitation technique (health, first aid)

 

Miss America (Lorena Ohrenberger)

 

Tunnel and rock workers picket labor board [01-18-61, 2 negatives]

 

Tunnel and Rock Workers Picket Labor Board -- Market Street(January 18, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 171, [01-18-61.09]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Picketers handing out leaflets to passers by (labor).
 

Students honor John F. Kennedy inauguration

 

Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath

 

Poet Carl Sandburg

 

General Lo Lieh of China

 

Mickey Lima (communism) [01-23-61, 8 negatives]

 

Mickey Lima -- Airport(January 23, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 171, [01-23-61.09]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Communist leader Mickey Lima entering terminal. Lima talking with an unidentified man (communism).
 

Actor Jonathan Winters

 

Disabled musician Emmanuel Leplin

 

Fog over San Francisco (from the Golden Gate Bridge) (cityscapes)

 

Jose Luis Coronado (President of Guatemalan Congress)

 

Highway Commission inspects new Embarcadero Freeway [01-26-61, 2 negatives]

 

Highway Commission Inspects New Embarcadero Freeway(January 26, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 171, [01-26-61.06]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

J.P. Sinclair (assistant highway engineer), George Duckel, Mayor George Christopher, and Robert P. Bradford walking along the freeway parking.
 

Mayor George Christopher starting new project (Fred Clinchard, George Geramoni, and Ralph Issacs)

 

Ford Foundation grant given to John Swett School (education) [01-27-61, 2 negatives]

 

Isela G. Solis (Cuban counter-revolutionary)

 

New Aragon High School opens

 

Automobile Industry Convention (L.L. Colbert, Lee A. Iacocca, and others) [01-30-61 - 01-31-61]

 

Lennon sisters (Kathy, Janet, and Peggy Lennon)

 

Students picket German consulate over NATO's appointment of General Heusinger (social protests) [01-31-61, 4 negatives]

 

Students Picket German Consulate -- Market Street(January 31, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 171, [01-31-61.02]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Students protesting NATO's appointment of General Heusinger in front of consulate carry signs "Will NATO equal Nazi?" "Heusinger planned Nazi invasion of Belgium," Stop re-nazification of Germany," "We protest Nazi running NATO," etc.
 

New skin divers' submarine

 

February 1961 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 172, [020061-022861]

Physical Description: 575 negatives (estimate)
 

National Physical Fitness program (education) [02-00-61, 12 negatives]

 

National Physical Fitness Program -- Everett Junior High School(February 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 172, [02-00-61.03]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of boys climbing ropes while other participants look on. Views of unidentified boy on a 'hand-ladder'? Unidentified boy climbing a rope. Unidentified boys doing pull-ups.
 

Jacqueline Kennedy hairdo (fashion)

 

Four alarm fire at the Labor Temple [02-00-61, ca. 20 negatives]

 

New fire alarm system at St. Patrick's School

 

Computer weather forecaster (technology)

 

First woman in San Francisco Fire Department (Eileen Woodhouse) [02-01-61, 3 negatives]

 

First Woman in San Francisco Fire Department -- City Hall(February 01, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 172, [02-01-61.13]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Miss Eileen Woodhouse, stenographer, sitting at a desk and receiving work from inspectors Walter Sanford, Vincent O'Rourke Tom Engler and Chief William P. Lindecker.
 

Gorillas to break ground for new house at San Francisco Zoo

 

Senator Barry Goldwater [02-02-61, 6 negatives]

 

Senator Barry M. Goldwater -- Oakland(February 02, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 172, [02-02-61.03]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Senator Barry Goldwater standing. Goldwater standing with Joseph R. Knowland. Goldwater shaking hands with Marjorie Benedict. Goldwater walking with William F. Knowland.
 

Woman who won equal pay at Bank of America (Marjorie Beach Freeman) (labor) (02-02-61, 02-06-61, 8 negatives]

 

Woman Wins Equal Pay at Bank of America -- Jones Street(February 02, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 172, [02-02-61.04]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Marjorie Beech Freeman, seated.
 

Woman Wins Equal Pay at Bank of America -- Jones Street(February 06, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 172, [02-06-61.01]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Marjorie Beech Freeman sitting on a trunk reading some papers. Beech looking up from the papers. Beech looking up from the papers with her hand to her head.
 

Farm labor hearing [02-03-61, 8 negatives]

 

Rare law books at Boalt Hall Law Library (Mrs. Lloyd Robbins)

 

Boy Scout Week [02-04-61, 12 negatives]

 

Girl Scouts modelling clothes

 

Oriana (ship) arrives

 

Murder on Mount Tamalpais [02-06-61, 16 negatives]

 

Development in Diamond Heights (from O'Shaunessy and Portola streets on the left, to Glen Park on the right) (neighborhood, housing, cityscapes)

 

Oriana (ship) leaves

 

Mohammad Taki Mehdi [02-07-61, 5 negatives]

 

Eagle Scout banquet [02-08-61, 4 negatives]

 

Japanese newspapermen tour News-Call Bulletin newspaper operation (interiors, showing presses, equipment, and machinery)

 

Senator Tomas H. Kuchel [02-09-61, 2 negatives]

 

King Carnevale effigy (Mardi Gras, Carnival?)

 

Chinese opera singer Mrs. Warren

 

Shark expert Eugenie Clark

 

President's Day at City Hall (Mayor George Christopher) [02-10-61, 6 negatives]

 

Narcotics overdose victim

 

Lincoln High School graduates reunion

 

Mrs. Pierre Monteux

 

Theodore Roosevelt (ship) (nuclear submarine carrying Polaris missile) being commissioned at Mare Island (atomic age) [02-13-61, 23 negatives]

 

Theodore Roosevelt (ship) Commissioned -- Mare Island Naval Shipyard(February 13, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 172, [02-13-61.05]

Physical Description: 23 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of the Theodore Roosevelt (ship), nuclear submarine, coming into drydock for commissioning ceremonies. Unidentified navy personnel walking on and around the submarine. Views of a Polaris missle standing next to the submarine.
 

Parents arrested for filthy house (child welfare)

 

Allen Funt and Dorothy Collins from "Candid Camera" television show

 

Short skirts taboo at Roosevelt Junior High School (education) (fashion) [02-14-61, 7 negatives]

 

Short Skirts Taboo -- Roosevelt Junior High School(February 14, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 172, [02-14-61.12]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

June Weiller, Marcia Bernstein and Katy Perlman (wearing a short skirt) standing together. Perlman, Bernstein, Weiler, Karen Matson, and Lily Shing walking together (education) (fashion, dress codes?).
 

Pickets at Curran Theatre against Africains Ballet (censorship, social protests) [02-14-61 and 02-20-61, 27 negatives]

 

Pickets against Africains Ballet -- Curran Theatre(February 14, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 172, [02-14-61.14]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of four women picketing outside the Curran Theatre. View of two unidentified women standing with picket signs that read "Culture Yes! Bare Bossoms No!" (censorship, social protests).
 

Africains Ballet -- Curran Theater(February 20, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 172, [02-20-61.03]

Physical Description: 21 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of African dancers performing on opening night.
 

Heads of naval submarine arms (Vice Admiral Elton W. Grinfell and Rear Admiral Roy S. Benson)

 

Dr. Ralph J. Bunche speaking

 

Western States Meat Packers Association meeting (Douglas Allan and E. Floyd Forbes)

 

"Trunk" murder (suspect Herbert Savage)

 

Larry Aldridge (artist / painter?)

 

"Man in the Street" interviews

 

Society for Crippled Children (child welfare, disabled persons)

 

Mannequin of Jacqueline Kennedy [02-16-61, 4 negatives]

 

Mannequin of Jacqueline Kennedy -- Emporium(?)(February 16, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 172, [02-16-61.01]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Two women standing in front of a mannequin of Jacqueline Kennedy. Unidentified woman looking at the mannequin.
 

Day in Golden Gate Park

 

Twentieth anniversary of USO (United Service Organizations)

 

Jet airplane engine moved through lobby of Hotel St. Francis for "TWA road show" (technology)

 

Artist Helen Peck

 

Houseboats at Greenbrae boardwalk involved in health department conflict (neighborhood) [02-17-61, 7 negatives]

 

Variety club affair (Paul Speegle, Pat Boone, and Irving Levin)

 

Board of Education book warehouse

 

Prime Minister Kampmann of Denmark and Jimmy Hoffa (labor) [02-17-61, 12 negatives]

 

Prime Minister Viggo Kampmann of Denmark and Jimmy Hoffa -- Airport(February 17, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 172, [02-17-61.07]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Prime Minister Kampmann of Denmark stepping out of the terminal. James R. Hoffa standing and talking to unidentified man. Hoffa sitting and talking to unidentified man. View of Viggo Kampman standing. Kampman and Hoffa in a press conference. Kampman standing with unidentified man.
 

Airline flight engineers strike (labor) [02-18-61, and 02-20-61- 02-24-61, ca. 55 negatives]

 

Airline Flight Engineers Strike -- Airport(February 18, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 172, [02-18-61.07]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of three fight engineers standing with picket signs. View of flight engineer H.C. Meyr standing with a picket sign (labor).
 

Airline Flight Engineers Strike -- City Hall and Airport(February 20, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 172, [02-20-61.04-05]

Physical Description: 29 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of airline flight engineer picketers inside City Hall talking with Mayor George Christopher. Picketers outside City Hall marching. Picketers standing outside City Hall with signs (labor). Views of overall crowds waiting to check in at the airport counter. Views of various individuals waiting because of cancellations: soldier, woman and child, man and woman, woman sleeping.
 

Airline Flight Engineers Strike -- Airport(February 21, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 172, [02-21-61.09]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

View of a board showing cancelled flights. Various of views of airplanes grounded by the strike (labor).
 

Airline Flight Engineers Strike -- Airport(February 23, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 156, [02-23-60.08]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of pilots in a cockpit. Views of people sitting in terminals waiting for planes. View of people lined up at the ticket counter (labor).
 

Airline Flight Engineers Strike -- Union Square(February 24, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 172, [02-24-61.01]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Pan American display window with the words, "Strike Ended--Book Now!" written on it. View of a woman looking at the display window (labor).
 

African students picket Belgian consulate (social protests) [02-18-61, 2 negatives]

 

African Students Picket Belgian Consulate -- California Street (February 18, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 172, [02-18-61.08]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

General view of people out on the street picketing (social protests).
 

View from Twin Peaks (cityscapes) [02-19-61, 2 negatives]

 

View from Twin Peaks(February 19, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 172, [02-19-61.01]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Long view of Diamond Heights. Long view of Market Street (cityscapes).
 

Author Ann Braden

 

Recession series (labor)

 

Police union organizer Ray White (labor) [02-20-61, 4 negatives]

 

Frederico Willoughby from Chile

 

Horticulture class at San Quentin State Prison

 

Consul General Robert Luc of France

 

President Klarice Kline of National Education Association

 

Chinese beauty queens ride cable car (Miss Chinatown USA Irene Tsu)

 

Telegraph Hill views (neighborhood) [02-21-61, 8 negatives]

 

Telegraph Hill Views(February 21, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 172, [02-21-61.12-13]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of Union Street, Coit Tower and Garfield School. Views of the southern slope of Telegraph Hill (neighborhood).
 

Jack Dempsey and Joey Benjamin meet the Vienna Boys Choir [02-21-61, 5 negatives]

 

Blind pianist Lev Shorr (disabled persons)

 

Ear surgery restores teacher's hearing (health)

 

Longshoremens Union health tests (health, labor) [02-23-61, 3 negatives]

 

Miss Chinatown USA Irene Tsu crowned

 

Model schoolroom (education)

 

Water in City Hall fountain

 

New twenty-four story apartment building at Green and Taylor (neighborhoods, buildings)

 

Counterfeit money

 

Vienna Boys' Choir

 

American Association of School Administrators meeting (education) [02-24-61 - 02-28-61, 5 negatives]

 

100 year old woman (Catherine Washington)

 

Indian exhibit (junior museum)

 

Author Cleveland Amory

 

Victor Borge

 

March 1961 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [030061-033161]

Physical Description: 675 negatives (estimate)
 

Old Master art collection (William Meier)

 

Actress Ingrid Bergman and daughter

 

Canon Byfield

 

Views of Land's End area and dump fill [03-01-61, 03-10-61, 20 negatives]

 

Views of Area -- Land's End(March 01, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-01-61.09]

Physical Description: 16 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Flat area, hills and vegetation. An American flag on top of hill. Dumptrucks and trash on ground. People looking towards the coast. Golden Gate Bridge in background (environment).
 

Fill for New Road -- Land's End(March 02, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-02-61.08]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Trash on the ground at Land's End (who is dumping building materials?).
 

Rubbish -- Land's End(March 10, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-10-61.17]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Sand covering the debris and building materials (comparison shot from last week).
 

Children celebrating Jewish holiday (Passover?)

 

Judge Walter L. Pope of Federal Court retiring

 

J.D. Zellerbach

 

Views of Point Reyes area (possible National Wilderness Park) [03-02-61, 23 negatives]

 

National Wilderness Park? -- Point Reyes and Vicinity(March 02, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-02-61.02]

Physical Description: 23 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of Point Reyes area development. Work for tract near Drake's Bay. Construction equipment at Point Reyes, a drain pipe being installed, landscape views (environment).
 

"Plant a Tree Week" (Mayor George Christopher) (environment) [03-02-61 - 03-06-61, 7 negatives]

 

Animal farm at children's playground in Golden Gate Park

 

View of waterfront (cityscapes) from President Wilson (ship) [03-02-61, 1 negative]

 

Waterfront(March 02, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-02-61.11]

Physical Description: 1 negative

Scope and Content Note

View from the President Wilson (ship) looking toward the waterfront, Ferry Building, and downtown skyline.
 

President Wilson (ship) (arrival of Hindu students)

 

Artist Beniamino Bufano with sculptures in storage at North Point sewage treatment plant

 

Professor Merton L. Ferson

 

Adult education school

 

Postmaster General J. Edward Day with San Francisco Postmaster John Fipa

 

Abortion story

 

Women of Russia visit Mayor George Christopher (Shishkova, Zakharova, Turganova, and editor of "Soviet Women" Olga Oshkova)

 

Vandalism at Japanese Tea Garden

 

Duke and Duchess of Bedford arrive at airport

 

Housing at Beale Air Force base

 

Marines at Treasure Island

 

Pianist George Shearing

 

Abortionist story

 

Anti-Fidel Castro movie (former Castro pilot Santiago Perez with pictures of friends now dead) (communism) [03-08-61, 4 negatives]

 

Union workers demonstrating ways to load coffee on Pier Thirty-seven (labor) [03-08-61, 8 negatives]

 

Loading Coffee -- Union Haggle Pier Thirty Seven(March 08, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-08-61.09]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Men moving bags of coffee with a hand truck from the warehouse (labor).
 

Sports writer Walt Daley

 

Ambassador Tsur of Israel [03-08-61, 3 negatives]

 

Pioneer scenes on Market Street lamps

 

Teamsters (and/or International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union?) strike (labor) [03-09-61 - 03-20-61, 74 negatives]

 

Teamsters Close the Waterfront -- Embarcadero(March 09, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-09-61.06]

Physical Description: 33 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Picketers, men standing around, loading bags of coffee(?), Pier Twenty Six, officials, dock areas, stopped trucks (labor).
 

Teamster's Strike -- Pier Thirty Seven(March 10, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-10-61.10]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Company guard Marcel Marchand with Teamster Bob Johansen picketing at Pier Thirty-seven. Teamster Jim Wik pickets at Pier Thirty-nine with a tied up ship. Empty waterfront scenes (labor).
 

Captain Henrick Carlsen -- Idle Ship(March 11, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-11-61.01]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Captain Carlsen on board idle ship and talking with ham radio operators around the world (labor).
 

Longshormen Go Back to Work -- Pier Forty Eight(March 13, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-13-61.05]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Longshormen working cargo after teamster picket lines were removed. At Pier Forty-Eight with the Flying Enterprise II (ship). At Pier Forty-one with Thorsisle (ship) (labor).
 

Teamster Strike -- Airport(March 20, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-20-61.07]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Picketers shown at loading docks in cargo areas of the airport. Also business agents and owner(?) (labor).
 

Flowers Being Unloaded During Teamster Strike -- Airport(March 21, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-21-61.02]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Don Hewitt unloads a truckload of flowers at the American Airlines freight terminal. Boxed flowers inside the terminal handled by Art Willis of American Airlines. Garnett Houghton helps grower Sam Mitzu unload carnations, irises and roses at the United Airlines freight terminal (labor).
 

Actor Sir Alec Guiness [03-09-61, 6 negatives]

 

Anniversary of Columbia Park Boys' Club [03-09-61, 2 negatives]

 

Science fair luncheon with home made particle accelerator (education, atomic age, technology)

 

Meals on Wheels

 

Short skirt lengths at Lincoln High School (fashion) [03-09-61, 10 negatives]

 

Short Skirts -- Lincoln High School(March 09, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-09-61.15]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Girls showing proper skirt length and boys showing their "peg pants" (fashion).
 

Justice Phil S. Gibson and Governor Edmund G. Brown at lawyer's luncheon

 

1961 American Dairy Princess Bonnie Sue Houghtaling

 

Sand removal at Ocean Beach

 

Ballerina Patricia Prager

 

New numbers on Muni buses (transportation)

 

Aid to handicapped (disabled persons)

 

Castro Valley High School students collect books for Asian student (education) [03-10-61, 4 negatives]

 

Baptist theological students picket meeting concerning abolition of riot films [03-11-61, 5 negatives]

 

Baptist Theological Student Protest -- Marina Junior High(March 11, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-11-61.02]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Student pickets in front of Marina Auditorium where meeting regarding abolition of riot films is being held. Students hold signs "Thank God for the HCUA" (HUAC? -- House Un-American Activities Committee), "ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union?), Does Russia have an RCLU?", "Why Use Public Schools For Subversive Activity?", "Enter Front Door Then Go Far Left", and others (social protests, communism).
 

Educators from Russia

 

Hearing clinic for children (health)

 

Opera singer Nan Merriman

 

David Rusk

 

Fire on Pier Fifty

 

Peace Corps applicants

 

Palace of Fine Arts before reconstruction (buildings) [03-14-61, 16 negatives]

 

Art objects auctioned off for tax lien including a painting by Paul Gauguin

 

Muslims in court

 

Artist Beniamino Bufano's statue being moved

 

Medic-alert bracelets (health)

 

New automobile shipping technique (freight car)

 

Dope raid (narcotics) [03-17-61, 13 negatives]

 

Drivers education

 

Beatnik raid [03-18-61, 12 negatives]

 

Beatniks Row with Cops(March 18, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-18-61.02]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Peter-Olivia Martin being interviewed by Officers Pat Buckman and Bruce Mehrmann. Martin relaxing at kitchen table with a phonograph, and at sink.
 

Beatnik Party Raid(March 18, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-18-61.03]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Peter Edler being interviewed. Valerie Hunter, age twenty-one, shown in city prison.
 

Muslims celebrate Eidul-fitr

 

Supervisor Peter Tamaras with Mayor George Christopher [03-20-61, 2 negatives]

 

Law Day proclamation

 

Theft of painting from Jack Tar Hotel

 

Health Department orders vegetables removed from sidewalk storefronts (North Beach)

 

Protest parade, by cars to Sacramento (social protests) [03-21-61, 5 negatives]

 

Protest Parade -- City Hall(March 21, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-21-61.03]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Dr. Curtice Nims and John Gustafson of San Jose State showing protest stickers on cars. Congressional Medal Award Winner Technical Sergeant Robert Kennemorem from Oakland, Reverend Weniger, and Dr. Curtice Nims say a few words and prayer before leaving.
 

Kathleen Norris (granddaughter of Kathleen Norris) marries [03-21-61, 7 negatives]

 

Kathleen Norris Marries(March 21, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-21-61.04]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Superior Judge Levine with Kathleen Norris Roberts and Andrew Romanoff.
 

Muslims charged with disturbing peace

 

"Aid Retarded Children" press conference (Dr. Leo Cain of San Francisco State College) (developmentally disabled or mentally handicapped?)

 

Point Reyes land hearing

 

New supervisor Joseph E. Tinney and new Board of Education member James E. Stratten with Mayor George Christopher [03-22-61, 9 negatives]

 

Radio Free Europe press conference (Jozsef Kovago and W.B. Murphy) (communism)

 

Reconstruction of Steinhart Aquarium

 

Funeral of Supervisor Sullivan (Supervisors A.J. Zirpoli, John J. Ferdon, Charles A. Ertola, and Mayor George Christopher) [03-22-61, 8 negatives]

 

Mutual fund companies merge (George Putnam and Mutual Fund Associates]

 

Wilkinson of UC Berkeley accused of communism [03-22-61, 14 negatives]

 

Wilkinson Speaks -- Wheeler Hall -- UC Berkeley(March 22, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-22-61.11]

Physical Description: 14 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Large crowds gathered to hear Wilkinson speak. Wilkinson at the podium, people in the audience. (Speaker accused of communism).
 

City attorney candidate J. Joseph Sullivan (Roger Lapham Jr. and Walter Haas) [03-23-61, ca. 10 negatives]

 

Sisters of Saint Francis Convent construction

 

Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. (Afro-Americans, civil rights) [03-23-61, 4 negatives]

 

The Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. Arrives (March 23, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-23-61.06]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Reverend King exiting plane with the Reverend Edward Stovall of Berkeley (Chairman of the California Christian Leadership Conference), and th Reverend Booker Anderson of Richmond. King with cup of coffee (Afro-Americans, civil rights).
 

General and Mrs. Douglas MacArthur [03-24-61, 6 negatives]

 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas MacArthur -- President Cleveland (ship)(March 24, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-24-61.09]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

The MacArthurs return from Japan aboard the President Cleveland (ship).
 

May Day Queen Deborah Marie Laber with Park Commissioner Mary Margaret Casey

 

Nurse/teacher at San Quentin State Prison

 

Interview with Alexander Robillard of San Quentin State Prison

 

Aid for retarded children (developmentally disabled or mentally handicapped?, child welfare)

 

Fine arts school

 

Abortionist captured

 

Junior Grand National stock sale (Petrini and Littleman markets)

 

Theater Association awards

 

Steeplejack at work on top of Sir Francis Drake Hotel (buildings)

 

Easter paintings at church

 

Weather baloon launching in Berkeley

 

Enlargement of National Cemetery in Presidio (aerial views) [03-30-61, 12 negatives]

 

Aerial Views of National Cemetery -- Presidio(March 30, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-30-61.04]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Aerial views of the Presidio which focus on the cemetery.
 

Peace marchers (social protests) [03-30-61, 10 negatives]

 

Peace Marchers from San Bruno(March 30, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 173, [03-30-61.05]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Marchers with signs that read "Peace or the world in pieces", "We want to live", "Quakers say no to all war", and "Peace is in your hands." Rebecca Hipolito, Sanno Keeler, and Donna Drinnon having feet fixed with adhesive tape by Dorothy Flannagan. Nancy Walbridge, peace marcher from St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in San Bruno, soaking her feet after the march with sign saying "More weapons mean less security" (social protests).
 

Japanese trade mission

 

Boy Scout who sold most tickets to Scout-o-Rama [03-30-61, 3 negatives]

 

Easter parade at San Francisco Zoo (animals)

 

Good Friday services

 

April 1961 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174-175, [040061-043061]

Physical Description: 713 negatives (estimate)
 

Benicia Arsenal (military) [04-00-61, 19 negatives]

 

Benicia Arsenal(April 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-00-61.05]

Physical Description: 19 negatives

Scope and Content Note

View of California National Guard building. Views of jeeps lined up. Views of tanks lined up. Unidentified man examining large guns. View of unidentified military man walking among the tanks. Long view of the base with tanks in front. View of unidentified army(?) man sitting at a desk. View of three children walking past a missle (military).
 

Alemany Boulevard (neighborhood)

 

Cosmetics businesswoman Elizabeth Arden (fashion)

 

Peace marchers (social protests) [04-01-61, 8 negatives]

 

Peace Marchers -- Golden Gate Park(April 01, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-01-61.02]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of peace marchers eating lunch in the park. View of Jeannie Welch playing a guitar while singing a song to the protesters (social protests).
 

Easter service on Mount Davidson

 

New Grand Jury

 

Models for Hunters Point redevelopment [04-03-61, 14 negatives]

 

Models for Hunters Point Redevelopment(April 03, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-03-61.05]

Physical Description: 14 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of Hunters Point. Various views of miniature models of Hunters Point redevelopment. Drawings of Hunters Point redevelopment (housing).
 

Supervisor Peter Tamaras and Commissioner George Gillen (Mayor George Christopher) [04-03-61, 3 negatives]

 

Anti-litter campaign (environment)

 

Children's science fair

 

Candlestick Park control tower

 

Along proposed freeway routes [04-05-61, 9 negatives]

 

Along Proposed Freeway Routes(April 05, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-05-61.04]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified man standing next to railroad tracks. Unidentified man looking down on some buildings. Views of a street. Views of buildings. Views of some homes. Views of a hillside (neighborhood?). [Views apparently in a semi-industrial area, probably to the south of downtown, perhaps around Potrero Hill].
 

Beniamino Bufano's statue of peace

 

Prime Minister Tage Erlander of Sweden [04-06-61, 9 negatives]

 

Prime Minister Tage Erlander of Sweden -- Airport(April 06, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-06-61.05]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Prime Minister Tage Erlander of Sweden stepping off an airplane. Erlander and wife accepting flowers from Mrs. William Bleher. Erlander shaking hands with unidentified man. Erlander standing and surrounded by reporters.
 

Antarctic scientist Gilbert Dewart

 

Richard M. Nixon (at airport, cancer society luncheon, and giving speech) [04-06-61 - 04-07-61, 26 negatives]

 

Richard M. Nixon -- Airport(April 06, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-06-61.11]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Richard Nixon stepping off an airplane and waving. Nixon shaking hands with unidentified man. Nixon walking through people gathered to meet him at the airport. Nixon being interviewed. Nixon standing and talking with an unidentified man.
 

Richard M. Nixon -- Fairmont Hotel(April 06, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-06-61.23]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Richard Nixon standing with unidentified man. Nixon standing with Mayor George Christopher and unidentified man. Nixon standing with arms around unidentified man and Christopher. Nixon shaking hands with unidentified man. Nixon greeting unidentified woman. Nixon standing at a banquet table.
 

Richard M. Nixon -- Republican Headquarters(April 07, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-07-61.12-13]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

View of a crowd listening to Richard Nixon speak. Various views of Nixon standing on a table and speaking. Nixon shaking hands with people in the crowd. Nixon placing a large key into a large lock held by an unidentified woman.
 

Electrical industry show

 

Aerial views of proposed Point Reyes National Seashore

 

Tree planting

 

Machinists' strike (labor) [04-07-61, 11 negatives]

 

Machinists' Strike -- Schlage Lock(April 07, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-07-61.08-09]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of four picketers standing outside Schlage Lock Company. Views of two picketers walking around Schlage Lock Company. Various views of a large group of picketers standing outside of Schlage Lock Company.
 

Opera singer Leontyne Price [04-10-61, 2 negatives]

 

Opera Singer Leontyne Price -- Palace Hotel(April 10, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-10-61.04]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Portrait of opera singer Leontyne Price.
 

"Negro home fired upon" (bullet holes in basement and garage door) (Afro-Americans, race relations) [04-11-61, 6 negatives]

 

Youth concerts

 

Industrial conference meeting (Lester Rogers, Weldon B. Gibsey, and Mrs. Wilson Meyer)

 

Robert Lovejoy of San Francisco Youth Association

 

Artificial heart and valve (health) [04-12-61, 5 negatives]

 

Artificial Heart and Valve -- UC Hospital(April 12, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-12-61.03]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Donald R. Butts standing with the artificial heart. Close-up view of a valve for the artificial heart (health).
 

1906 earthquake fire chief Rudy Sherbert

 

The public asked their opinion on the "Soviet space man" (shots of random people questioned) (space age)

 

Views of the mess hall at the Berkeley Nike missile site (military)

 

Freeway hearing in City Hall

 

Heart operation patient Louisa Garron (health)

 

Officials Menotti del Picchia and Raymund Padilha of Brazil

 

Scientists from Russia (Valentin Alekseevich Kargin, Nikolai Nikolaevich Bogoliubov, Aleksander Vasilevich Topchiev and Kenneth S. Pitzer)

 

Boy mayor (Mayor George Christopher and Raleigh Redus) [04-17-61, 6 negatives]

 

Pickets at City Hall over freeways (social protests) [04-17-61, 6 negatives]

 

Pickets Over Freeways -- City Hall(April 17, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-17-61.10]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Picketers from Potrero Hill neighborhood protest with signs in front of City Hall (social protests).
 

Robert Meisenbach City Hall student HUAC riot trial (social protests) [04-18-61 - 04-21-61, 04-24-61 - 04-28-61, 80 negatives]

 

Robert Meisenbach -- Hall of Justice(April 18, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-18-61.01]

Physical Description: 13 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Robert Meisenbach sitting. Meisenbach, Ralph Bertsche, and Harold Lipset standing around a model of City Hall. Meisenbach and attorneys Charles Garry and Jack Berman sitting at a table looking over papers. Overall views of the courtroom. Various views of a crowd gathered outside the courtroom. View of the City Hall model being brought into the courtroom (social protests).
 

Robert Meisenbach Trial -- Hall of Justice(April 19, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-19-61.12]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Robert Meisenbach's attorney Jack Berman showing the jury pictures of the HUAC (House Committee on Un-American Activities) riot. Berman talking to the jury. Overall view of people in the courtroom. Meisenbach and Berman looking at a model of City Hall. Group of unidentified people standing and talking outside the courtroom.
 

Robert Meisenbach Trial -- Hall of Justice(April 20, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-20-61.05]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of prosecution witness John Stansfrild(?) testifying. View of two unidentified men (attorneys?) consulting.
 

Robert Meisenbach Trial -- Hall of Justice(April 21, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-21-61.08]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of Albert Morris, witness, on the stand.
 

Robert Meisenbach Trial -- Hall of Justice(April 24, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-24-61.11]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

View of Joseph F. Lewis. View of Jane O'Grady. Joe Lanthier with a book on the stand. Lewis on the stand. Attorney Jack Berman and Charles Garry standing next to City Hall model.
 

Robert Meisenbach Trial -- Hall of Justice(April 25, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-25-61.06]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Elwood Murray, John Binke, Richard Albert, Susan Helenius, Dr. Mervyn L. Cadwallader, and Kelvin(?) McDaughey(?) standing in hall of the Hall of Justice. Portrait of Murray. Portrait of Binke. Portrait of Albert. Portrait of Helenius. Portrait of Cadwallader. Portrait of McDaughey (social protests).
 

Robert Meisenbach Trial -- Hall of Justice(April 26, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-26-61.05]

Physical Description: 17 negatives

Scope and Content Note

View of Attorney Jack Berman on the floor demonstrating how an officer was hit during the HUAC student riots. Views of witness Gerald Gray on the stand. Gray and attorney looking at the model of city hall (social protests).
 

Robert Meisenbach Trial -- City Hall(April 27, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-27-61.02]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Robert Meisenbach trial jury members walking through the scene of the HUAC student riot at city hall. View of Meisenbach standing. View of Meisenbach (pointing down) and Rena Edwards from the third floor balcony. Jurors looking down from the third floor balcony (social protests).
 

Robert Meisenbach Trial -- Hall of Justice(April 28, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-28-61.03]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Robert Meisenbach on the stand. Meisenbach questioned by an attorney. Meisenbach standing with Garry(?) next to the model of City Hall. View of Meisenbach standing next to the model of City Hall while an attorney bends over it.
 

Persian market festival

 

Spelling bee

 

Oakland Garden Show

 

Lotta's Fountain (1906 earthquake memorial) [04-18-61, 6 negatives]

 

Pro-America speaker General Albert C. Wedemeyer (communsim?)

 

Anti- and pro-Fidel Castro rally (communism) [04-19-61, 24 negatives]

 

Anti- and Pro-Fidel Castro Rally -- Union Square and Federal Building(April 19, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-19-61.03-04]

Physical Description: 24 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Overall view of the protesters outside of the Federal Building. Various views of the protesters from among the crowd. Pro-Castro protesters putting signs away after the march (communism).
 

Nevada industrial development (Governor Grant Sawer and President R. Julian Moors)

 

PUC (Public Utilities Commission) hearing on buses (transportation)

 

Pro-Fidel Castro speaker Bernardo Garcia (communism) [04-19-61, 12 negatives]

 

Pro-Fidel Castro Speaker Bernardo Garcia -- San Francisco State College(April 19, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-19-61.11]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Bernardo Garcia standing outside and speaking to a gathering. Various views of students listening to Garcia (communism).
 

Scrapping of Southern Pacific locomotive

 

Teddy the koala bear

 

Spelling bee at Marina Junior High School (education) [04-20-61, 2 negatives]

 

Bookie raid (gambling)

 

Grant School PTA festival (education) [04-21-61, 3 negatives]

 

Child carseat and swing (child welfare)

 

Old Presentation Grammar School to be torn down (buildings, education) [04-21-61, 4 negatives]

 

Old Presentation Grammar School to be Torn Down(April 21, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-21-61.06]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

View of the old Presentation Grammar School. Views of a drawing for a proposed model of a new building. Sister Mary Ambrose pointing to the drawing.
 

Interview with space expert Dr. George R. Arthur (space age)

 

Miss Hawaii (Gabriella Heleakala)

 

San Francisco Art Institute's Beaux-Arts Ball [costume party later to get a reputation as a drag/cross-dressing event] [04-23-61, ca. 17 negatives]

 

Sections of western freeway (cityscapes) [04-23-61, 9 negatives]

 

Sections of Western Freeway(April 23, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-23-61.02]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified man standing on the sidewalk with paper in hand. Long views of a road and the surrounding area (cityscapes). Views of unidentified neighborhood streets.
 

Lost ocelot

 

New Hall of Justice construction (buildings)

 

International Club festival

 

Robillard's family on last visit to San Quentin State Prison (death penalty?)

 

Streetcar accident

 

Clothing drive at Mission High School (education) [04-26-61, 2 negatives]

 

Replica of Golden Gate Bridge

 

New Consul General Pierre Pasdevant of France

 

Clowns Zixk and Zac clean up Union Square

 

San Francisco Beauty Queen finalists

 

ROTC competition (education, military) [04-27-61, 6 negatives]

 

Student rally on Cuba (communism) [04-27-61, 2 negatives]

 

Student Rally on Cuba -- Union Square(April 27, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 174, [04-27-61.05]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Overall views of the crowd gathered at Union Square to hear speakers at the Cuba rally (communism).
 

"Save the Waterfront" hearing

 

National Footbal League owners

 

Opening of new fire station on Oak Street (buildings)

 

Annual festival at Holy Names School (education) [04-27-61, 2 negatives]

 

Miraloma School PTA fashion show (education) [04-27-61, 2 negatives]

 

Clothing models on bay

 

Lone Mountain College for Women rally upset and injuries from overturned Elephant train of circus

 

Blooming opium plants (narcotics?)

 

Philatelists meeting

 

Opening of trout fishing season [04-28-61, 22 negatives]

 

Old fire fighting equipment

 

Body of man removed from underneath streetcar [not identified, but later known to be teacher William P. Hall, who was assualted by teenagers who suspected he was a homosexual (trial in August 1961)] (gays and lesbians) [04-29-61, 7 negatives]

 

Views of bay on opening of yacht season [04-30-61, ca. 50 negatives]

 

May 1961 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 175, [050061-053161]

Physical Description: 525 negatives (estimate)
 

Convent of Sacred Heart (Mother Reynolds and children)

 

New vice president of Bethlehem Steel Company Stewart S. Cort

 

Robert Meisenbach's trial for participation in City Hall riots (student Bekey Jenkins arrested for riots, Beniamino Bufano, and others) (social protests) [05-01-61, 05-03-61, 31 negatives]

 

Meisenbach Trial -- Hall of Justice(May 01, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 175, [05-01-61.03]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Man sits in front of paper pad (during trial related to actions during protests of HUAC hearings at City Hall) Pharris points at diagram. Long-shot of person sitting on the stand, being questioned by lawyers. Persons photographed may include assistant inspector Cecil Pharris, and officers Fred Thayer and James Allen (social protests, House Committee on Un-American Activities, communism).
 

Robert Meisenbach Verdict(May 03, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 175, [05-03-61.03-04]

Physical Description: 19 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Robert Meisenbach (tried for actions during protests of HUAC hearings at City Hall) smiles in doorway of Hall of Justice. Meisenbach stands with father and mother, stands with mother, who is sometimes crying and laughing, kissing her son and putting her hand on his chest. Meisenbach stands with his attorneys, stands with Bekey Jenkins who was also arrested during the riot. Meisenbach stands amidst crowd in courtroom, in front of television camera, sits during trial, stands with others. "Meisenbach makes a toast with Benny Bufano and defense council Jack Berman during victory party in the Old Spaghetti Factory [they are sitting underneath newspaper headlines announcing the not-guilty verdict] (social protests, House Committee on Un-American Activities, communism).
 

Dr. Harold Fletcher jumping hedge

 

Ambassador Dr. J.H. Van Roijen of the Netherlands

 

Dedication of new plaza at Market and California Streets

 

President of Joint Commission on Mental Illness and Health, Dr. Kenneth Appel

 

Leader of South African Trade Mission, Dr. H.J. Van Eck

 

Kids (teenagers) confess to assualting teacher killed under streetcar (gays and lesbians) [05-04-61 - 05-05-61, 4 negatives]

 

Streetcar Murder Case -- Teenagers Confess(May 04, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 175, [05-04-61.09]

Physical Description: 1 negative

Scope and Content Note

Inspector Robert McLennan with two "kids who helped gang teacher" (assault). William Castillo and Michael Kilkenny handcuffed together and shielding faces. [Note: story on trial printed August 28, 1961 reports that they were looking for "a homosexual to harass" (gays and lesbians) when they approached twenty-seven year old teacher William P. Hall, of Liberty Street. He was beaten and then killed by the J Church Muni streetcar by Dolores Park].
 

Streetcar Murder Case -- Teenagers In Custody(May 05, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 175, [05-05-61.08]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Robert Alexander Hall, William Castillo, Michael Kilkenny, and Larry Magee (ages 16 and 17). [Note: see News-Call Bulletin story on trial printed August 28, 1961 (gays and lesbians).]
 

President Manuel Prado and wife of Peru

 

Narcotics raids (USF graduate student Al Perez and others)

 

Pet cemetery

 

New Army food plan for combat troops (demonstration of test packages) (military) [05-05-61, 8 negatives]

 

New Army Food Plan For Combat Troops -- Presidio(May 05, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 175, [05-05-61.04]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Colonial Clifford H. Reynolds stands at outdoor table demonstrating new food system labeled, "Meal quick serve". Cook LeRoy Bernard adds water to food while troops look on. Sergeant first class Ralph Hammond sits and leans up against a tree eating from an Army issued meal kit
 

Exterior of new Hall of Justice [05-08-61, 4 negatives]

 

New Hall of Justice(May 08, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 175, [05-08-61.01]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Corner views of new Hall of Justice.
 

Peace Corps talks to UC students (Assistant Chief Information Officer Tom Mathews)

 

Spanish War Veteran Enoch Jones

 

Ousted University of Illinois Professor Leo Koch

 

Miss San Francisco Lana Green

 

Polio shot at bargain rates at Franklin Hospital (health)

 

Shoes for fashion layout

 

Fight to keep homes which Housing Commission wants to condemn (Potrero District, housing) [05-09-61, 5 negatives]

 

Residents Fight Housing Commision -- Portrero District(May 09, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 175, [05-09-61.02]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Thomas Roache and wife look out widows onto view of hill from their home. Katherine Klinger sits on couch underneath painting in her home holding cane. Mr. and Mrs. W. Zimmerman stand in front of their home at Twenty-first and Hampshire Streets (housing) (neighborhood).
 

Space scientist Dr. Joseph Kaplan (space age)

 

Auction held for Diamond Heights real estate lots (view of auction room)

 

San Francisco Youth Association plants Japanese cherry tree in honor of Osaka City

 

Pinkerton Detective Agency

 

Getting people to go for polio shots (health)

 

Kids in first grade learn algebra at Sunshine Garden School (education)

 

Fashions

 

Brokerage houses (stock market, business) [05-10-61, ca. 25 negatives]

 

Troops for Korea (military) [05-11-61, 11 negatives]

 

St. John's Lutheran School condemned (view of exterior and open stairway of present school and Reverend James Sudhrock with model of new school)

 

San Francisco landmark Maison Paul restaurant closing (owner Peter Boudoures tacking up closing sign after thirty-seven years)

 

Annual swimming show at Mills College

 

Radioactive study on battleships (Navy Laboratory in Camp Parks, hot cell, fresh air suit) [05-12-61, 8 negatives]

 

Radioactive Study on Battleships -- Camp Parks Navy Lab(May 12, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 175, [05-12-61.03]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Charles Bennett operates hot cell. Captain E. Roth and project leader Burt Lane sit and discuss. Head of technical development, P.D. La Riviere, sits at table behind equipment. Chemical engineer Bob Anderson peers at box (atomic age).
 

Russian news editors visiting (various dates)

 

Smoking cancer film for students at Hill School (health, education) [05-15-61, 12 negatives]

 

Anti-Smoking Film -- Hill School(May 15, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 175, [05-15-61.02]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Two boys on bicycles light cigarettes in film about the dangers of smoking and cancer. Eighth grade students of Hill School in Novato sit at desks in classroom watching film (health) (education).
 

Trial of Enrico Banducci (owner of the "Hungry i" nightclub in North Beach) [05-15-61 - 05-16-51, ca. 23 negatives]

 

Exterior and interior views of old Hall of Justice on Kearny Street [05-18-61, 8 negatives]

 

Exterior and Interior Views -- Old Hall of Justice(May 18, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 175, [05-18-61.01]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Elevated corner views of Old Hall of Justice on Kearny Street shows cars and pedestrians (cityscape) (neighborhood). Interior views of double staircase on upper floor, empty and with two men talking. View of first floor with directory and pillars (buildings).
 

Singer Stan Wilson support case

 

Del Webb Towne House

 

Clown Cymbal Pathetique

 

Memorial Day at Golden Gate National Cemetery

 

Celebration of thirteenth anniversary of Israel

 

National Conference of Christians and Jews

 

Archie Brown and wife Esther (with Attorney Richard Gladstein, signing papers, and with bail bond broker S.A. Donaldson) (communism) [05-24-61, 8 negatives]

 

Archie Brown -- Post Office Building(May 24, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 175, [05-24-61.01]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Archie Brown sits alone, sits with wife Esther, stands in courtroom with hat in hand, stands with his Attorney Richard Gladstein [signs papers with bail bondsman S.A. Don Donaldson?].
 

More polio shots (health)

 

Knit wedding dresses from Schneiders Knit (fashion)

 

Demolition of old buildings at edge of Golden Gateway (Embarcadero at Jackson Street) [05-25-61, 2 negatives]

 

Demolition of Buildings -- Embarcadero(May 25, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 175, [05-25-61.02]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

View from inside demolished Wholesale Grocery Co. warehouse of debris [at the Embarcadero and Jackson Street at edge of Golden Gateway] (cityscapes).
 

Vanishing "choo-choo" (train)

 

Geary Street under construction for rapid transit (Western Addition) [05-25-61, 12 negatives]

 

Geary Street Under Construction for Rapid Transit -- Western Addition(May 25, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 175, [05-25-61.01]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Nurse stands next to wheelchair while patient lies on bed under 'Blood Bank' sign. Worker and truck move about amongst debris at construction site. Elevated view looking east on Geary at the Filmore Street overpass (cityscapes). Workers dig. View of rail under construction. Bulldozer rides up hill of dirt (transportation).
 

Teachers' strike at School at Woodside (Portola Valley) (labor, education) [05-26-61, 9 negatives]

 

Teachers' Strike -- Portola Valley(May 26, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 175, [05-26-61.02]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

School Secretary Rita Zimmerman talks on telephone [trying to line up substitute teachers when many regular teachers plead illness and did not show up today]. Man stands with piece of paper in hand. Parents Richard Spencer, Cherie Millward and Frank Arnold stand in opposition to Superintendent Rose. School board member Dr. Milton Flocks explains his position to a woman in front of the school. Students stand in front of school next to lowered US flag (education, labor).
 

American Jewish Congress Vice President Shan Polier

 

Tests for Peace Corps volunteers

 

Legion Memorial services at Lotta's Fountain

 

Group around model home on Christopher Drive (Forest Knolls home "sit-in by negroes") (race relations, Afro-Americans) [05-31-60, 6 negatives]

 

Sit-in -- Forest Knolls (May 30, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 175, [05-30-61.01]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

People stand in front of model home on Christopher Drive. Reverend B.T. Anderson, Jr., his wife Irma and child Ahmad knock on door of model home (in protest of housing discrimination?) (race relations, Afro-Americans).
 

Interview on planned parenthood (health)

 

Dedication of plaque for State Historical Landmark for Laurel Hill Cemetery

 

June 1961 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 176, [060061-063061]

Physical Description: 650 negatives (estimate)
 

St. Boniface church madonnas

 

UC Berkeley graduation of Class of 1961 (President Clark Kerr, Edmund G. Brown, and Senator Jerry Brown)

 

Jazz musicians Roger Torrey and Costance Carras

 

Delegation of Council for Civic Unity (Afro-Americans, race relations)

 

Editor from India D.R. Mankekar

 

KQED auction (public broadcasting)

 

Escape attempt from San Quentin State Prison (dummy made of prison clothing)

 

Reverend Maurice Queguiner

 

Lots for sale shown from Twin Peaks (neighborhood, housing) [06-02-61, 8 negatives]

 

Old Reservoir Lots for Sale -- Twin Peaks(June 02, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 176, [06-02-61.06]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

View from Twin Peaks showing the area of the old reservoir. View of where the old reservoir was cemented over (neighborhood, housing).
 

Chinatown parade and participation

 

Napa State Hospital ("persons there are ill, but not mentally")

 

Lecturer Sue Sadow with miniatures of Taj Mahal

 

Pickets in front of Forest Knolls house (Afro-Americans, race relations) [06-05-61, 3 negatives]

 

Pickets in Front of Knolls House -- Standard Building Company at Nineteenth Avenue (June 05, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 176, [06-05-61.04]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Picketers Nyla Marchese, Terry Francois, Cathy Averill, John Pellette, and Chase Turner in front of the Knolls House of Standard Building Company. Signs read "Is the customer always white?" and "Jim Crow's Nest," amoung others (Afro-Americans, race relations).
 

Ex-captain of Exodus (ship) Ike Aronowicz

 

Chiropractor runs ad in paper under "electropsychiatric specialist" (health)

 

Author Marsh Maslin

 

Mellon art exhibit (arrival of paintings at M.H. De Young Memorial Museum)

 

General view of Opera House stage during cleaning operations

 

President Wilson (ship)

 

Botanist Gladys Smith

 

Grand opening of Littleman Store

 

Ordination services at St. Mary's Church

 

New Frank Lloyd Wright Civic Center in Marin County [06-12-61, 22 negatives]

 

Senior citizen music student Elsie Skinner

 

UN (United Nations) Undersecretary Ralph Bunche speaks at Mills College

 

Freedom Riders (social protests, civil rights) [06-14-61 - 06-22-61, 10 negatives]

 

Freedom Riders Press Conference -- 437 Market Street(June 14, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 176, [06-14-61.07]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Members Triss, Thorne, McConnell, Martinson, and Waggoner pose for the picture (social protests, civil rights).
 

Freedom Riders -- San Francisco Train Station(June 21, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 176, [06-21-61.01]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Freedom Rider Ray Ashby looks for three no-shows as he boards the train leaving for Jackson Mississippi (social protests, civil rights).
 

Freedon Riders Press Conference -- Berkeley(June 22, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 176, [06-22-61.11]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Freedom Riders talk to press about the Freedom Riders' deal (social protests, civil rights).
 

View of downtown engulfed in smog (environment) [06-14-61, 10 negatives]

 

Mrs. Jesse Lasky, Jr. (co-author of "Naked in a cactus garden")

 

Oldest driver to pass driving test (95 year old Herman Welcome)

 

King Louis H. Narcisse

 

Plans submittted for Diamond Heights development (housing)

 

Graduation dresses (fashion)

 

Summer jobs for kids (State Employment Office)

 

View of place where Fontana Apartments are going to be built (housing, cityscapes)

 

Construction Site for the Fontana Apartments -- Chestnut and Larkin Street(June 16, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 176, [06-16-61.07]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of the location at Chestnut and Larkin where the new Fontana Apartments are going to be built taken from an adjacent house. View from the window of Claude Milton Teem showing how it will affect the view (housing, cityscapes).
 

Secretary of the Army William Staark Jr.

 

Waterfront strike at Pier Thirty-five and Thirty-nine (Luckenbach Steamship Line, engineers, and radio operators) (labor) [06-17-61 and 06-20-61, 15 negatives]

 

Picketers of Luckenbach Steamship Line -- Pier Thirty-nine(June 17, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 176, [06-17-61.04]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Picketers converse while holding signs at the Luckenbach Steamship Line at Pier Thirty-nine (labor).
 

Picketers in Front of Matson Navigation Company -- Pier Thirty-five(June 20, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 176, [06-20-61.01]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Marine Engineers Beneficial Association and American Radio Association picket in front of the Matson Navigation Company on Pier Thirty-five (labor).
 

Stranded Passengers -- Matson Navigation Office at Union Square(June 20, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 176, [06-20-61.13]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Passengers Elsa Ely, Slfred Linde, Robert Wilhelm, and his family are waiting at the Matson Navigation office delayed by the strike (labor).
 

Best Foods warehouse strike (labor) [06-19-61, 13 negatives]

 

Best Foods Warehouse Strike -- Labor Temple(June 19, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 176, [06-19-61.01]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

ILWU (International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union) secretary Louis Goldblatt and Treasurer Joseph Dillon (labor).
 

Warehouse Picketers -- Best Foods warehouse(June 19, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 176, [06-19-61.02]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Workers and picketers outside the Best Foods warehouse at Eighteenth and Bryant Streets. Picketers carrying signs saying "ILWU local chapter 8 on stike" (labor).
 

Jack Goldberg and Jimmy Hoffa Leaving Stike Meeting -- ILWU Hall(June 19, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 176, [06-19-61.11]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Jack Goldberg and Jimmy Hoffa (James R. Hoffa) leave the ILWU (International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union) hall happy with the reached settlement (labor).
 

"Miss Bronze" contest

 

Chinese Catholic conference

 

Father of Peace Corps Milton Shapp

 

Great granddaughter of General Vallejo (Francisca Noal McGettigan)

 

Almaden Winery Society

 

Airport transportation strike (labor) [06-23-61, 13 negatives]

 

Stranded Passengers -- San Francisco International Airport(June 23, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 176, [06-23-61.02]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Stranded airport passengers have to use the San Fancisco-Oakland helicopter service due to the strike (labor).
 

Airport Transportation Strike -- San Francisco International Airport(June 23, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 176, [06-23-61.03]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Local 235 Chapter member Paul Alex stands with a picket sign outside of the terminal building with 55 Berrett cabs in the background. Portion of 28 buses used daily shown idle due to chauffeurs strike (labor).
 

Stranded Passengers Using Greyhound Buses -- San Francisco International Airport(June 23, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 176, [06-23-61.04]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Passengers wait in a long line to board Greyhound buses (labor).
 

Baby shoes (fashion)

 

Committee on Racial Equality picketing Governor Patterson of Alabama (race relations, social protests) [06-24-61, 1 negative]

 

Picketing Govenor Patterson of Alabama -- Jack Tar Hotel(June 24, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 176, [06-24-61.06]

Physical Description: 1 negative

Scope and Content Note

Committee on Racial Equality (Congress of Racial Equality?) pickets Govenor Patterson of Alabama outside of the Jack Tar Hotel (race relations, social protests, civil rights).
 

"Commie chief" Gus Hall (communism) [06-25-61, 6 negatives]

 

"Commie Chief" Gus Hall at Press Conference -- Market Street(June 25, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 176, [06-25-61.01]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Secretary of communist party Gus Hall answers questions at a press conference (communism).
 

Burglary at "Lobby for Peace" headquarters

 

Fire of St. Boniface Church

 

Truck of tomorrow (Airmobile) (technology) [06-28-61, 8 negatives]

 

Architect Jan Lubicz Nycz

 

July 1961 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 177, [070061-073161]

Physical Description: 475 negatives (estimate)
 

Officers at the Bureau of Communications sitting at a communications board

 

Ambassador Yoo Yang Soo of Korea [07-04-61, 3 negatives]

 

San Francisco Boys' Club boys go to summer camp (child welfare) [07-05-61, 5 negatives]

 

Artist Beniamino Bufano files lawsuit (copper hand in foundry at 51 Tehama Street)

 

Oliffe murder

 

Issue of saving redwood trees in Larkspur, Marin County, that are growing in the street [07-05-61, 10 negatives]

 

Marina Green after fireworks

 

Miss California (Pamela Ray Stettler)

 

Longshoremen back to work after strike (Taft-Hartley injunction) (labor) [07-05-61, 12 negatives]

 

Longshoremen Back to Work after Strike -- Waterfront(July 05, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 177, [07-05-61.12]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of Longshoremen working. Unidentified men standing outside the Longshoremen's Union.
 

Seventh Day Adventists [07-06-61, ca. 40 negatives]

 

Reconstruction at Maiden Lane

 

Picket at Consulate of Iran [07-10-61, 6 negatives]

 

Student Pickets -- Iranian Consulate(July 10, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 177, [07-10-61.01]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of picketers with signs marching in front of the Iranian Consulate.
 

Band leader Arthur Fiedler

 

Beauty queens arrive on the Himalaya (ship)

 

Baseball all-star players Mickey Mantle and Whitey Ford play golf with Roger Williams

 

Princess Barbara Kochybay of Russia(?) becomes US citizen

 

All-star baseball [07-10-61 - 07-00-61, ca. 40 negatives]

 

Margarite(?) Mays sues Willie Mays for divorce [07-12-61, 07-17-61]

 

Movie stars arrive (Carol Lynley, Cesare Romero, Fabian, Van Heflin, Dana Andrews, and others) [07-12-61, 6 negatives]

 

Movie Stars Arrive -- Airport(July 12, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 177, [07-12-61.08]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Palto A. Skouras, Cyril Magnin, Bradford Dillman, Carol Lynley, Caesar Romero, Fabian, Van Heflin, Dana Andrews, and Steve Forrest standing in a group after deplaning. View of Andrews, Dillman and Romero standing together.
 

Gordon Dean(?) (anti-semitism case)

 

Reverend Grant Muse (freedom rider?) arrives (civil rights?)

 

Candidate Warren Hinckle [07-13-61, 4 negatives]

 

Sunset terrorism gang in court

 

Junior safety school (education) [07-13-61, 9 negatives]

 

Jewish Community Center day camp

 

New furniture and home decor at Merchandise Mart

 

Chinatown sidewalk vendor dispute (merchandise on sidewalks)

 

Southern Pacific/Western railroad hearing [07-17-61, 22 negatives]

 

Rancho Del Mar (Napa County) property problems

 

British liner Canberra (ship) arrives [07-18-61 - 07-20-61, ca. 75 negatives]

 

Japanese stock exchange officials (S. Hayase and K. Kasia)

 

Former President Herbert Hoover (J. Wallace Stealing, David Packard, Clark Kerr, and others) [07-20-61, 10 negatives]

 

Former President Herbert Hoover -- Mark Hopkins Hotel(July 20, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 177, [07-20-61.04]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

J. Wallace Stealing, former President Herber Hoover, and Clark Kerr sitting together. Hoover, Thomas Pike, and David Packard sitting together. Hoover, Pike and Packard sitting and looking at folder entitled "The Case for Stanford." Hoover, Pike, and Packard standing.
 

Cave-in on Lincoln Avenue

 

Gorilla "Pogo" for San Francisco Zoo [07-21-61 - 07-24-61, ca. 70 negatives]

 

Fifty trees for Grant Avenue

 

Views of new Hall of Justice

 

Student interviews on whether 15 year olds should date

 

Composer Elizabeth Warren

 

Prize fighter Jack Dempsey belts Joe Benjamin

 

Governors of Venezuela (Pablo Herrera Campins, Eligio Anzola, Luciano Valero, Rafael Solorzano Bruce, and Eloy Parraga Villamarin)

 

Antioch fire (cityscapes)

 

Iranian student hunger strike on steps of Consulate of Iran [07-24-61 - 07-25-61, 33 negatives]

 

Iranian Student Hunger Strike -- Consulate of Iran(July 24, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 177, [07-24-61.17]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of students with signs "Stop violating of our academic freedoms," "We want our constiturional rights," "We are on hunger strike," etc. wrapped in blankets and seated on steps of the consulate.
 

Iranian Student Hunger Strike -- Consulate of Iran(July 25, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 177, [07-25-61.01]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Students with signs "Refusal to extend student's passports is illegal...," "Stop threats," "Tear up the black list," etc. Allah Farman, spokesman for the Iranian students, announcing a twenty-day "truce" outside the consulate.
 

Iranian Student Hunger Strike -- Consulate of Iran(July 25, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 177, [07-25-61.05-06]

Physical Description: 21 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of picketers with signs marching outside the consulate. Group of men sitting in room and talking. Two unidentified men standing and talking. Students wrapped in blankets on steps of the consulate. Student who fainted from hunger (Khalil Karimabadi) surrounded by others. Picket leader standing and talking. Picketers marching with sign that reads "Terrorizing our leaders will not silence us." Views of marchers.
 

Crystal Springs (water shortage at dam)

 

General C.G. Barrett (ship) arrives

 

Former President Herbert Hoover at cornerstone laying ceremony for new Boys' Club of America (Orange Memorial Drive) [07-26-61, 12 negatives]

 

State Theatre building to be torn down

 

Secretary of Commerce Luther H. Hodges

 

"Kids" reporting in for military duty

 

New federal building proposed site (cityscapes)

 

Delinquents [07-28-61, 3 negatives]

 

Elephant at San Francisco Zoo [07-29-61, ca. 20 negatives]

 

George Balanchine of the New York Ballet with dancer Arthur Mitchell [07-31-61, 4 negatives]

 

George Balanchine of the New York Ballet with Dancer Arthur Mitchell -- Whitcomb Hotel(July 31, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 177, [07-31-61.01]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Portait views of George Balanchine and Arthur Mitchell.
 

Ambassador Chandra Prakash Jha of India [07-31-61, 4 negatives]

 

Military infantry training at Fort Ord [07-31-61, ca. 25 negatives]

 

Major General Chester E. McCarty

 

August 1961 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 177-178, [080061-083161]

Physical Description: 400 negatives (estimate)
 

American Astronautical Society meeting (Lockheed biomedical capsule) [08-01-61, 12 negatives]

 

American Astronautical Sociaty Meeting -- Palace Hotel(August 01, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 177, [08-01-61.02]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of Ziggi, a chimpanzee, climbing on and around Lockheed's biomedical capsule. Ziggi and two unidentified men standing next to the biomedical capsule (space age?).
 

Views of the Presidio (may become surplus) (cityscapes) [08-01-61, 32 negatives]

 

Views of the Presidio(August 01, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 177, [08-01-61.03]

Physical Description: 32 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of army aircraft on an airfield. Views of a road winding through trees. Views of rows of houses (neighborhood). Views from a porch of cars in a parking lot. View of a school bus and buildings in the background. Views of women golfing on a golf course. Views of railroad tracks. Unidentified man standing in front of some houses. View of a cannon. View of a tree with houses in the background. Long view of some buildings with the city in the background.
 

Mayor George Christopher meeting Hakoah soccer team [08-01-61, 5 negatives]

 

Mayor George Christopher meeting with fencing instructor [08-02-61, 2 negatives]

 

Ballerina Gail Visentin

 

Marin County School Board acquiring land for school (education, environment, neighborhoods) [08-02-61, 10 negatives]

 

Building of Hilton Hotel

 

Consul General Salah Hassam of United Arab Republic [08-03-61, 3 negatives]

 

Phone company strike (labor) [08-04-61, 5 negatives]

 

Phone Company Strike -- Bush and Grant Streets(August 04, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 177, [08-04-61.01]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of employees standing in a small crowd outside the phone company (labor).
 

Commemoration of Hiroshima at Japanese Tea Garden [08-05-61, 3 negatives]

 

Nationalist Vice President Cheng Chen of China with Mayor George Christopher [08-08-61 - 08-09-61, 26 negatives]

 

New Home for the blind in San Jose (disabled persons)

 

New phone company building (Hawthorne and Folsom Streets)

 

Back to school feature (education) [08-08-61, 18 negatives]

 

One-eyed kinkajou found on docks

 

Planning Commision freeway meeting

 

Floyd "Bucky" Walters of NBC sports

 

Hamilton Field activities

 

Gang fight victims in Bayshore City (juvenile delinquency)

 

Checkers tournament

 

Female giraffes arrive at San Francisco Zoo

 

Gypsy princess Lavanya Petulengro

 

Dead-end freeways (cityscapes) [08-12-61, 12 negatives]

 

Dead-End Freeways(August 12, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 177, [08-12-61.02]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Uncompleted freeways that end abruptly in various parts of the city. Views of the freeway at Howard Street and the Embarcadero. Views of the freeway at Broadway and the Embarcadero. Views of the freeway at Bayshore and Silver Avenues. Views of the freeway at Alemaney and Bayshore. Views of the freeway at Haight and Octavia Streets. Views of the freeway at Fell and Octavia Streets. Views of the freeway at Franklin and McAllister Streets (cityscapes, neighborhoods).
 

Freeway hearings

 

Boys' Club of America medallion presentation [08-14-61, 3 negatives]

 

Commissioner Mortimer Caplin of the IRS (Internal Revenue Service)

 

Convent teachers' institute with Friar Stanley Bezuszka (education) [08-14-61, 5 negatives]

 

Oakland estuary "arks" to be destroyed [08-14-61, 6 negatives]

 

Oakland Estuary 'Arks'(August 14, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 177, [08-14-61.08]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified men tearing down old houses (shacks) at the Oakland estuary (housing). View of a factory at the estuary.
 

Adlai Stevenson speech [08-15-61, 6 negatives]

 

Adlai Stevenson Speeach -- UC Berkeley(August 15, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 177, [08-15-61.01]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various overall views of Adlai E. Stevenson addressing a large crowd. View of Stevenson standing at a podium and speaking.
 

Chess tournament (Erik Osbun vs. Dr. Isaac Spector)

 

Marijuana suspects (narcotics) [08-16-61, 6 negatives]

 

Low water (drought) at Crystal Springs Lake

 

Ethel Merman

 

Mission Dollar Day crowds

 

Hunters Point Shipyards (cityscapes) [08-17-61, 11 negatives]

 

Hunters Point Shipyards(August 17, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [08-17-61.06]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Two unidentified men standing behind a desk and looking at an aerial view of Hunters Point(?) (interior). Views of a workman tying cables to a crane. View of a ship. Views of two unidentified men looking over a piece of paper (the shipyard in the background). Overall view of the shipyard from a distance.
 

Mayor George Christopher with shoeshine boys [08-17-61, 4 negatives]

 

Inventor (founder?) of Magnavox Edwin S. Pridham with transistor radio

 

Astronomical convention at UC Berkeley (Soviet-Armenian atronomer Viktor Amazaspovich Ambartsumian)

 

Cable car being rebuilt

 

Cystic fibrosis children (health)

 

Governor Edmund G. Brown with police and fire officials [08-21-61, 2 copy negatives]

 

Teenagers' murder trial for beating up man who fell under streetcar [not noted, but apparently an attack on a homosexual man on April 29, 1961] [08-21-61, 3 negatives]

 

Murder Trial -- Assault by Teenagers(August 21, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [08-21-61.09]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Lawrence McGee (Magee?) (age 16), Michael Kilkenny (17), Alexander Hall (17), and William Castillo (17) in court at opening of their trial for assaulting a man (teacher William Hall, age 27) who died under a "J Church" line streetcar. [This case is purported to be anti-homosexual assault case of April 29, 1961, although this is not noted on the negative sleeves. See News-Call Bulletin story of August 28, 1961, pg. 2, and other trial stories before and after this date]. (Gays and lesbians).
 

State agriculture dinner (Director Charles Paul

 

Benjamin Harrison Swig and Governor Edmund G. Brown [08-22-61, 1 negative]

 

Miss Universe Marlene Schmidt

 

Wescon electronics convention (technology) [08-22-61-08-23-61, 18 negatives]

 

Wescon Electronics Convention -- Cow Palace(August 22, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [08-22-61.01]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Dr. A.E. Lilley and Ronald Segel standing behind a table. Douglas Bingham sitting and working on his home-made digital computer.
 

Wescon Electronics Convention -- Cow Palace(August 23, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [08-23-61.09]

Physical Description: 14 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of the overall crowd wondering through the exhibits.
 

California Historical [Society?] dinner (Brady and De Guigne)

 

Redwood City town meeting on rapid transit (Merritt R. Hosmer, Richard Shephard, James Himmel, and others)

 

African American gang held as shooting suspects (Afro-Americans)

 

Reaction to Russian spacecraft that passed over San Francisco (space age)

 

Map of proposed housing at Presidio [08-24-61 - 08-25-61, 8 negatives]

 

Bomb shelter on Masonic Avenue (civil defense) [08-25-61, 3 negatives]

 

Bomb Shelter -- Masonic Avenue(August 25, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [08-25-61.02]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of a pre-cast bomb shelter for private purchase and use. View of a sign next to the bomb shelter reading, "Designed for Easy Installation in Your Yard" (civil defense).
 

Chess tournament

 

Summer camp for handicapped (disabled persons) [08-26-61, 3 negatives]

 

Jehovah's Witnesses convention [08-27-61 - 08-31-61, 57 negatives]

 

Entertainer Phyllis Diller [08-28-61, 10 negatives]

 

Entertainer Phyliss Diller -- Hyde Street(August 28, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [08-28-61.03]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of Phyliss Diller in various poses and facial expressions as she watches herself in a movie.
 

Back to school activities

 

Cystic fibrosis mothers' meeting (health)

 

[Louis?] Petri home sold (neighborhood)

 

Circus elephants arrive

 

September 1961 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178-179, [090061-093061]

Physical Description: 525 negatives (estimate)
 

Aviator Igor Ivan Sikorsky

 

Meals on Wheels program

 

Central and South American beauty queens

 

Picket of Iran consulate [09-05-61, 3 negatives]

 

Picketing -- Iranian Consulate(September 05, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [09-05-61.05]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Captain Chas Barca of the San Francisco Police Department and Sargent Robert McCuster informing the picketers of the rules. Dozen picketers outside the Iran consulate with signs protesting Iran's government. Picketer Mostafa Chanran on picket line (foreign relations, social protests).
 

First day of school (education) [09-05-61, 9 negatives]

 

View from Twin Peaks (cityscapes) [09-05-61, 9 negatives]

 

Views of San Francisco -- Twin Peaks(September 05, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [09-05-61.14]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of San Francsico looking down Market Street and of the fog rolling in through the Golden Gate taken from the Twin Peaks (cityscapes). Jenny Crothers takes movies of the fog rolling in.
 

Teachers institute (Harold Spears) (education) [09-05-61, 8 negatives]

 

Sniper attack and suspects [09-06-61, 09-16-61, 22 negatives]

 

Television instruction (education) [09-06-61, 3 negatives]

 

Television Instruction -- Andrew Jackson School -- Grove Street(September 06, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [09-06-61.05]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Teacher Lily Cheu and sixth grade students at Andrew Jackson School at 2049 Grove Street attentively watch the television lesson set up at the front of the class (technology, education).
 

Author Robert Allen ("Patton movie")

 

Dedication of new Hall of Justice (Paul Bissinger, Thomas Mellon, Mayor George Christopher, Harold McKinnon, Chief Thomas Cahill, and Sherman Duckel) [09-06-61, 6 negatives]

 

Society of California Pioneers commemoration (Cleve Shaffer, Geneve Shaffer, and Robert Fowler)

 

Air brake invention

 

Unwed mothers

 

Teenagers' "J Church streetcar" murder trial and conviction (gays and lesbians) [09-08-61, 17 negatives]

 

Teenagers Tried and Convicted -- Streetcar Murder Case(September 08, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [09-08-61.01-02]

Physical Description: 17 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Suspects Larry Magee, Robert Alexander Hall, William Castillo, and Michael Kilkenny, attorneys, and onlookers in courtroom. Emotional reactions of defendants (and family members?) at conviction shown. [See News-Call Bulletin articles on trial run frequently from August 22, 1961. Report of August 28, 1961, pg. 2 indicates that the four assaulted victim William P. Hall believing he was a homosexual] (gays and lesbians).
 

Safety Commission meeting

 

Hunters Point riot trial (Afro-Americans, race relations?) [09-08-61, 10 negatives]

 

Hunters Point Riot Trial -- Hall of Justice (September 08, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [09-08-61.06]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Two Judges sit on the bench as the case participants are sworn in. Defendants sit in a row as trial commences (possibly gang related?) (race-relations, Afro-Americans).
 

Municipal judges file for reelection (William A. O'Brien, Lenore D. Underwood, Albert A. Axelrod, and Andrew J. Eyman) [09-08-61, 2 negatives]

 

Girl froshes (freshmen) (education) [09-09-61, 7 negatives]

 

Latin America festival

 

Pony rides at zoo

 

Peace drive [09-11-61, 3 negatives]

 

Letter Writing for Peace Drive -- Union Square(September 11, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [09-11-61.02]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Large trailer with inscriptions asking for total world disarmament by 1968 (atomic age, anti-nuclear arms). Once trailer reaches capacity (approximately 25,000 letters) the trailer is sent to the United Nations. Roy Jacobsen requests letters from passers by. Peace drive to leave San Francisco September sixteenth (social protests).
 

Graduates join Army Nurse Corps

 

International Business Convention

 

Freedom Foundation winner Martin Armenta

 

Pickets at Oakland Chevrolet plant (labor) [09-11-61, 4 negatives]

 

Pickets -- Oakland Chevrolet Plant(September 11, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [09-11-61.07]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Large group of United Auto Workers (UAW) Local 1031 picketers outside the Oakland Chevrolet automobile plant (labor). (Extra sleeve present at 09-11-61, but negatives missing).
 

Supervisors file for election (Peter Tamaras, Joseph E. Tinney, George Johns, and Al Maillioux) [09-11-61, 09-18-61 - 09-19-61, 8 negatives]

 

International Industrial Conference ladies

 

Yerba Buena housing (interior view)

 

Model of proposed Oakland stadium

 

Assistant US Attorney Peter R. Goldschmidt

 

Immigration welcome receptionist at San Francisco airport (welcoming out of country flights)

 

Irving Street area homes to be torn down (neighborhood) [09-13-61, 10 neatives]

 

Homes to be Torn Down -- Irving Street Area(September 13, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [09-13-61.05]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Section of Irving Street area to be torn down for parking lots (neighborhoods, housing). Views of homes along the street to be torn down, and the residents reactions. View of already demolished section fenced off for a parking lot.
 

Back stage opera rehearsal [09-13-61, ca. 25 negatives]

 

Candidates for supervisor (Charles Rogers, Benjamin Boas, Roger Boas, Alan Nichols, and others) [09-13-61, 5 negatives]

 

Firefighting demonstration

 

Opera singer Zofia Jedrzykiewicz

 

John F. Kennedy school project sign (education) [09-14-61, 4 negatives]

 

Sign for New John F. Kennedy School Project -- Cupertino District(September 14, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [09-14-61.03]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Four year old Tommy Jackson and two year old brother Harlen Jackson look at the project development sign for the new John F. Kennedy school in the Cupertino district (education).
 

Judge Ben Duniway

 

Candidates filing for office (J. Joseph Sullivan and William Blake) [09-14-61, 6 negatives]

 

Minister Zentaro Kosaka of Japan greeted by Consul Tadamasa Tani [09-14-61, 4 negatives]

 

Opera opening [09-15-61, 30 negatives]

 

Replacing wire and glass on Campanile (Sather Tower) at UC Berkeley (cityscapes)

 

Chinese Moon Festival

 

College football queens

 

Salvador Dali necklace and jewels

 

Africa Week celebration in Union Square

 

Groundbreaking ceremony for new Chevrolet plant in Newark (Mayor John L. Stevenson, Harold Miller, and others)

 

View of Mission Street and Alemany detour (neighborhood) [09-20-61, 5 negatives]

 

Mission Street And Alemany Detour(September 20, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [09-20-61.02]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of the construction of the new detour at Mission Street and Alemany (neighborhood).
 

Modern art (mostly sculpture) exhibit near Civic Center

 

Consul General Hossein Eshraghi of Iran [09-20-61, 3 negatives]

 

Fallout shelters (civil defense, atomic age ) (09-20-61, 09-27-61, 11 negatives)

 

Fallout Shelters -- Hamilton Field(September 20, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [09-20-61.05]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Senior Master Sargent Audbret Weldon and wife Ruth showing views of the interior and exterior of the bomb shelters (civil defense).
 

Private Bomb Shelter -- Granada Avenue(September 27, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [09-27-61.02]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Murla Lucas showing provisions of the bomb shelter (civil defense, atomic age).
 

Avery Brundage collection of Asian art at the M.H. De Young Memorial Museum

 

Eichler home law suit (sinking sidewalk and walls)

 

New judges being sworn in (Byrl R. Salsman, James R. Agae, Preston Devine, and Murray Draper) [09-22-61, 4 negatives]

 

Masters, mates and pilots picket Cleveland (ship) during strike (labor) [09-22-61, 09-29-61, 6 negatives]

 

Masters, Mates and Pilots Strike(September 22, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [09-22-61.07]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Captain Robert Durkin at his desk (labor, shipping strike related).
 

Masters, Mates and Pilots Picket -- Cleveland (ship) -- Pier Fifty(September 29, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 179, [09-29-61.01]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Picketers Bob Pelouze, Bradley L. Peterson, and Michael Amber hold up signs asking for contracts in front of the Cleveland (ship) (labor).
 

3000 pound tiger shark caught off Stinson Beach

 

Hetch Hetchy annual inspection (views) [09-22-61, 47 negatives]

 

Annual Inspection -- Hetch Hetchy Dam(September 22, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [09-22-61.11]

Physical Description: 47 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Chief Engineer Oval Moore inspects the dam and power plant at Hetch Hetchy. Interior and exterior views of the dam's valves and water rushing through. Views of the reservoir and the surrounding area (scenic views).
 

Strike and picket at Seven Up and Coca-Cola plants (labor) [09-25-61- 09-27-61, 30 negatives]

 

Pickets at Seven Up Plant(September 25, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [09-25-61.01]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Teamsters pickets gather in front of the Seven Up plant (labor). Bottler for Seven Up Luis DeLeito is a lone picketer by the truck entrance and holds up a placard as trucks drive out. (Sleeve at 09-22-61 exists but does not contain any negatives).
 

Pickets at Coca-Cola Plant -- Van Ness South of Mission(September 25, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [09-25-61.07]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

A Coca-Cola Truck driven by non-union labor pulls out of the plant at Van Ness (south of Mission), past picket line without incident. San Francisco patrolmen at plant watching the picketers.
 

Families of Workers on Picket Line -- Coca Cola Plant -- Eleventh and Mission(September 27, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [09-27-61.01]

Physical Description: 16 negatives

Scope and Content Note

The wives and children of the striking workers holding picket signs and marching with their husbands and fathers with the strike (labor). They hold home made signs relating to protection of the children family security.
 

Attorney Harriet Pilpel of Planned Parenthood

 

Views of smog (cityscapes) [09-26-61, 4 negatives]

 

Views of Smog -- Twentieth and Wisconsin Streets(September 26, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 178, [09-26-61.02]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of smog in downtown from Twentieth and Wisconsin Streets. It is so smogy that downtown is barely visible (environment, neighborhood).
 

Police Chief Nello Givolami

 

Return of Midway (ship) to Alameda [09-28-61, 12 negatives]

 

Guide dogs for the blind (disabled persons)

 

Opera singer Brouenstijn of the Netherlands

 

Artist Thomas Hart Benton with George Mardikian [09-29-61, 5 negatives]

 

Artist Thomas Hart Benton -- George Mardikian's Office -- Powell Street(September 29, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 179, [09-29-61.13]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Thomas Hart Benton and George Mardikian stand in front of some of Benton's works in Mardikian's office.
 

Queen Nina Giammona

 

October 1961 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 179-180, [100061-103161]

Physical Description: 650 negatives (estimate)
 

Forest fire in Russian River area

 

Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson visits Ames Lab to review supersonic jet airplane [10-03-61, 18 negatives]

 

Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson Reviewing Supersonic Jet -- Ames Lab -- Moffett Field(October 03, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 179, [10-03-61.04]

Physical Description: 18 negatives

Scope and Content Note

An audience looks at a man in a supersonic jet uniform. Vice President Johnson on runway doing a "meet and greet". Vice President Johnson looks on as a man gives a lecture on the supersonic jet; also shown in cockpit at the controls. Interior of military installation(?).
 

Chinatown playground (Sacramento between Grant and Stockton streets) (neighborhood) [10-03-61, 2 negatives]

 

His Beatitude Benedictos (Greek church?) [10-04-61, 2 negatives]

 

Loyola Guild San Francisco day at Fisherman's Wharf

 

Aerial views of waterfront and Hunters Point (cityscapes) [10-04-61, 7 negatives]

 

Aerial Views -- Hunters Point and Waterfront(October 04, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 179, [10-04-61.07]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Ships at Hunters Point shipyard and a view of the San Franisco waterfront featuring the Bay Bridge (cityscapes).
 

Harry Lutgens

 

Vladimir Babkin (Intourist Chief from Soviet Union)

 

US Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy with US Attorney Cecil Poole [10-05-61, 10 negatives]

 

Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy with Attorney Cecil Poole(October 05, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 179, [10-05-61.07]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

US Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy giving a news conference in the Post Office building. Also with US Attorney Cecil Poole.
 

Lyle L. Jones (US Regional Chief Justice Department US Anti-Trust Division)

 

Vandalism by school kids on Muni (municipal transportation)

 

Family Rosary Rally [10-07-61, 30 negatives] (religion)

 

Oldest couple to join the Peace Corps

 

Oroville Dam (Feather River Project) [10-9-61, 45 negatives]

 

Oroville Dam -- Feather River Project(October 09, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 179, [10-09-61.06]

Physical Description: 45 negatives

Scope and Content Note

From above looking down the river corridor. Men at work and also with rock breaking(?) equipment. An ironwork bridge crossing the Feather River. A surveyor looking down the river. A train passing by on the side of a hill. A crane seen from a medium distance. Men with sticks of dynamite. [Some attractive landscape shots].
 

Hairstyle show (fashion)

 

Berkeley Heliport inaugurates commuter service (transportation)

 

Family Services Agency crusade

 

Fiftieth anniversary of Republic of China (Consul General Patrick Pichi Sun of China) [10-09-61, 3 negatives]

 

World Health Organization press conference (Director General M.G. Canbau)

 

California Public Utilities fiftieth anniversary (President Everett C. McKeage)

 

Mobilization of local reserve unit at Presidio (military)

 

Mural by artist Louis Macouillard for new American President Line (ship?)

 

Bomb shelter ventilator (airmeter) (civil defense) [10-11-61, 7 negatives]

 

Bomb Shelter Ventilator(October 11, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 179, [10-11-61.05]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

William F. O'Keefe, the "Fan Man" uses an airmeter to prove that air moves through the ventilator; uses a pump inside a shelter used to bring in fresh uncontaminated air; with filtration system(?) (civil defense).
 

Federal probe into gasoline price fixing

 

New x-ray (health) [10-11-61, 3 negatives]

 

New X-ray -- St. Francis Hospital(October 11, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 179, [10-11-61.07]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

A.J. Williams, a radiologist, operating x-ray machine with Roswita Long, x-ray technician, on the table (health).
 

Last of the San Francisco windmills [10-11-61, 6 negatives]

 

Last of the San Francisco Windmills(October 11, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 179, [10-11-61.00]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

The last windmill shown among trees.
 

Consul General Mariano Sanzb[ri?] of Spain

 

Outstanding athletes at Columbia Park Boys' Club [10-12-61, 4 negatives]

 

West Portal costume parade

 

High school students [10-12-61, 4 negatives]

 

Retiring police horses

 

White House (department store?) hats

 

Girlfriend of underworld figure Micheal "Mickey" Cohen boarding boat for Alcatraz prison

 

Fort Funston park bond issue (views) [10-13-61, 23 negatives]

 

Fort Funston Park Bond Issue(October 13, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 179, [10-13-61.09]

Physical Description: 23 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Looking down Battery Davis corridor, Joseph Paul, campaign coordinator for Proposition B, exploring corridor within artillery battery, also behind bars in abandoned underground room. General views of Fort Funston acreage looking north, also overlooking Lake Merced. Joseph Paul examining former fire control room by lamplight.
 

Visitors' day crowd lined up at TWA jet (airplane)

 

New bra model walks through Union Square (fashion)

 

Jessie Coleman being sworn in by Judge John B. Molinari [10-14-61, 4 negatives]

 

Beaux Arts Ball at Fairmont Hotel

 

Funeral of Archibishop John Joseph Mitty [10-16-61, 10-18-61, 10-20-61, ca. 55 negatives]

 

Shrine Hospital for crippled children (health) (disabled persons)

 

Moore shipyard auction of property

 

Boy of the Year (San Francsico Boys' Club) [10-16-61, 4 negatives]

 

United nationalities celebration (native costume of Nicaragua and Mexico)

 

Methodists picket consulate of Portugal over Angola policy (social protests) [10-16-61, 7 negatives]

 

Art treasure of Thailand

 

"Pretty girl mathematicians" at Shell Development Company

 

Underworld figure Micheal "Mickey" Cohen released from Alcatraz prison

 

Guardsmen awards

 

Hetch Hetchy Dam inspection trip members (James H. Turner, David E. Jamison, Mrs. Harrison M. Coppin, Mary Pasciucco, Thomas F. Richards, Philip G. Kemp, Warren P. Hauschild, and William Fedrick Schroll)

 

Mock airplane crash at Travis Airforce Base [10-18-61, ca. 40 negatives]

 

New federal housing in Chinatown [10-19-61, 12 negatives]

 

New Federal Housing -- Chinatown(October 19, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 179, [10-19-61.03]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

View of new building from ground floor, looking down from top floor, also looking towards financial district. A dragon with brass eyes, part of a mural. A man and his wife(?) holding a baby in front of new building (housing).
 

Muni official (Frank J. Scheifler, Victor C. Peterson, Wesley R. Mason, and others) (municipal railway)

 

Interior views of the Line-up Bar near Hall of Justice

 

Tahiti dance group (Polynesian dance)

 

Industrial development conference

 

National Association of Broadcasters

 

Occupational therapy

 

Fallout shelter fashions (atomic age) (civil defense) [10-21-61, 9 negatives]

 

Fallout Shelter Fashions(October 21, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 179, [10-21-61.04]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

A woman with child preparing dinner in shelter(?), man reading to child, two children sitting on a cot (civil defense).
 

Porterville centennial parade

 

Mountain water in bottles (bottled water)

 

New justice Judge Raymond Sullivan

 

Olson vs. Rodrigues fight (boxing) [10-23-61, ca. 30 negatives]

 

Autumn in Golden Gate Park

 

Adlai E. Stevenson [10-24-61, 10-25-61, 26 negatives]

 

Army war room at Presidio [10-24-61, 6 negatives]

 

Judge George Harris swearing in Judge Alfonso J. Zeropoli [10-25-61, 4 negatives]

 

Hall of Flowers in Golden Gate Park

 

Schoolchildren attend opera (eduction) [10-25-61, 2 negatives]

 

Candidate for supervisor John L. Sullivan [10-25-61, 9 negatives]

 

Supervisors' committee [10-25-61, 5 negatives]

 

Excavation for fallout shelter (civil defense) [10-26-61, 10 negatives]

 

Excavation for New Fallout Shelter(October 26, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 179, [10-26-61.01]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

A press conference shown at a distance taking place inside excavated hole, sight of a new apartment building fallout shelter, also a close up of three men involved in press conference (civil defense).
 

General David M. Shoup [10-26-61, 12 negatives]

 

President Urho Kekkonen of Finland [10-26-61, 7 negatives]

 

Dedication of Havens Fountain Plaza

 

Grand National Rodeo Queen Anne Matson

 

Artist Beniamino Bufano

 

Ship collision

 

Arthur Murray dance studios teach the Twist [10-27-61, 12 negatives]

 

Teaching the Twist -- Arthur Murray Dance Studios(October 27, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 179, [10-27-61.10]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Couple on the dance floor in various dance positions (fashion).
 

Gorilla party at Zoo

 

Testing city water for bacteria

 

Fallout shelter (civil defense) [10-30-61, 13 negatives]

 

Fallout Shelter -- Presidio(October 30, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 180, [10-30-61.04]

Physical Description: 13 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Sergeant First Class Leo Higginbotham, radiological plotter, shows a mock graph of fallout danger areas. Lieutenantt Colonel Jason S. Dearth, deputy chemical officer, Colonel Joseph C. Prentice, 6th Army chemical officer and Captain Rice T. Trolan, 6th Army nuclear effects engineer with a larger map of Pacific coast with fallout from atomic blasts plotted from each large city. Close up of that map. Sp5(?) Bill Wood, weather forecaster, gets immediate reports from teletype machine (civil defense).
 

Golden Gate Bridge expert Dr. Sivel

 

UC Berkeley students protest nuclear tests (social protests) [10-31-61, 10 negatives].

 

UC Berkeley Students Protest Nuclear Testing(October 31, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 180, [10-31-61.12]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Protesters with sign saying "For humanity's sake stop all nuclear testing." Large crowd of people gathered, close up of woman feeding baby, crowd with university buildings including Sather Tower (Campanile) (social protests).
 

November 1961 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 180, [110061-113061]

Physical Description: 500 negatives (estimate)
 

Candidates in election for supervisor (Harry Johns, Edwin Greenough, Peter Tamaras, Joseph Tinney, L. Patrick O'Brien, Robert Vanderbilt, Al J. Quinn, Charles D. Walker, and Dina Franchi Zickel) [11-01-61 - 11-06-61, 16 negatives]

 

Grand National Livestock Exposition

 

Demolition of State Theatre at Market and Fourth Street

 

Women's anti-bomb march (social protests, atomic age) [11-01-61, 4 negatives]

 

Women's Anti-Bomb March -- Unitarian Church(November 01, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 180, [11-01-61.13]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

The infant Saul Robbins crawls around on the floor while his mother is briefed for the anti-bomb march. Women gather in front of the church in preparation to leave for the Federal Building in an anti-bomb march (social protests, atomic age).
 

UC Berkeley twentieth reunion (Mrs. Ralph Giannini)

 

Brain surgery conference (health)

 

Dope raid (narcotics)

 

Camel promoting proposition A water bonds

 

Korean Orphans Choir

 

Cable car barn (transportation) [11-02-61, 3 negatives]

 

Aged Japanese applies for citizenship

 

Diabetic pediatrics clinic (Dr. S.E. Shular) (health)

 

New school Linda Mar (San Mateo County) (education)

 

Sloat Holiday Festival

 

Judge Raymond J. O'Connor being sworn in by Judge Schoemaker

 

Freedom Riders visit Mayor George Christopher (social protests, civil rights) [11-06-61, 4 negatives]

 

Freedom Riders Visit Mayor George Christopher(November 06, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 180, [11-06-61.08]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Freedom Riders Rabbi Joseph Gumbiner, Peggy Kerr, Reverend John Washington, Duncan McConnell, R. Alan Williams, Reverend Grant Muse, and Reverend Frances Geddes visit Mayor Christopher. Mayor is presented with Louis Fischer's book "The Life Mahatma Gandhi."
 

Intergroupers convention

 

New police recruits

 

Former New York police commissioner Stephen P. Kennedy

 

Supervisor Roger Boas and family [11-08-61, 5 negatives]

 

Pepsi Cola press conference (actress Joan Crawford)

 

Dyna-frog fogger for gnats at Lake Merced (pesticide)

 

"Tropic of Cancer" by Henry Miller read by Head of San Francisco Police Juvenile Bureau William Hanrahan (censorship) [11-09-61, 4 negatives]

 

Judge James R. Browning

 

Women teachers in Africa

 

Youth Appreciation Week

 

Former Vice President Richard M. Nixon and Patricia Nixon [11-12-61 - 11-14-61, 32 negatives]

 

Bishop James A. Pike and W.W. Crocker at Grace Cathedral

 

CARE (Cooperative for American Relief Everywhere) relief for Philippines (Cyril Magnin, and Consul General Sofronio V. Abrera and Mayor Luis Ramos of the Philippines)

 

Warehouse fires

 

Vending machine convention

 

Old windmill in Golden Gate Park

 

Baby ostriches (Ozzie and Harriet with Director Carey Baldwin) at San Francisco Zoo

 

Oakland bomb shelters (civil defense) [11-14-61, 5 negatives]

 

Bomb Shelter -- Oakland(November 14, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 180, [11-14-61.09]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Interior and exterior views of bomb shelter. Mrs. Harry Cadwalader sits in bomb shelter constructed for six people. She and Michael O'Brien stand at the entrance. Group converses outside shelter.
 

Columbia Park Boys' Club of San Francisco director Jim Conley [11-15-61, 5 negatives]

 

Girl Scouts youth guidance [11-15-61, 3 negatives]

 

Press Secretary Pierre Salinger [11-15-61, 4 negatives]

 

Press Conference With Pierre Salinger -- Mark Hopkins Hotel(November 15, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 180, [11-15-61.11]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Close-ups of John F. Kennedy's Press Secretary Pierre Salinger at a press conference during breakfast.
 

New skylift at the Fairmont Hotel

 

Chinatown Bank of Trade opening

 

Golden West YMCA youth and government meeting [11-16-61, 6 negatives]

 

Police women get training at Police Academy

 

Butterfield auctioneer

 

Municipal judges Andrew Eyman and Bernard Glickfeld

 

Opening of crab season [11-18-61 and 11-21-61, 12 negatives]

 

Closed Committee Meeting Regarding Crab -- Fisherman's Wharf(November 18, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 180, [11-18-61.02]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Meeting of committee members including Secretary Emile Barbara, President Al Spadaro, Dominic D'Angelo, Mario Balestreri, Ignacius Balestreri, Rich Burtleson, Sebastian Alioti, Sam Andragna, and Henry Passanisi.
 

Arrival of Crab -- Fisherman's Wharf(November 21, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 180, [11-21-61.09]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Crabs are thrown into crates aboard a boat. Crates and containers filled with crab are hauled onto the dock. Men cook and sell crab.
 

Floods

 

General Chung Hee of Korea [11-20-61, 1 negative]

 

Vice Admiral Charles D. Griffin (ex-commander Seventh Fleet)

 

Conductor Enrique Jorda and Mayor George Christopher [11-22-61, 4 negatives]

 

Attorneys Vincent Hallinan and Jake Ehrlich

 

Possible Amelia Earhart gravesite

 

UC Berkeley vs. Stanford Big Game (football)

 

PT&T (Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company) strike (labor) [11-25-61, 11-27-61, 17 negatives]

 

Picketers and Employees -- PT&T Employment Office(November 25, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 180, [11-25-61.06]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Norman Rollins and Helen Venneman picket employment office holding signs "PT&T unfair to CWA (Communications Workers of America?)." Picketer Mrs. Edna Hanson and employees who arrived are unsure of strike status. Hanson talks to Assistant Traffic Superintendent Art Kiekland (labor).
 

Picketers Hold Signs(November 27, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 180, [11-27-61.03]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Picketers (Edna Hanson, Maxine Ball, Hattie Schoener, and Lynnie Totters) sit on steps and are covered with blanket to keep warm. Other picketers walk by with signs "PT&T unfair to CWA (Communications Workers of America?)" (labor).
 

Officials And Staff Operate Switchboards During Strike(November 27, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 180, [11-27-61.04]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of officials and office staff operating switchboards in the absence of regular switchboard employees (labor).
 

Mountain Spring Water Company freeway dispute (Senator Eugene McAteer)

 

Eleanor Roosevelt with Governor Edmund G. Brown [11-27-61, 12 negatives]

 

Eleanor Roosevelt Presents Award to Governor Edmund G. Brown -- Fairmont Hotel(November 27, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 180, [11-27-61.05]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Eleanor Roosevelt presents award to Governor Edmund G. Brown during Israel Bond Sales Dinner. Chairman of Israel Bond Committee Robert Lauter joins Eleanor Roosevelt and the governor.
 

Press Conference With Eleanor Roosevelt -- Fairmont Hotel(November 27, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 180, [11-27-61.06]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Close-ups of Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt seated at a table in front of a microphone. She is surrounded by reporters.
 

Rapid transit meeting (transportation)

 

Fallout meeting (Governors Edmund G. Brown, Paul Fannin, George D. Clyde, Paul S. Visher and Lt. Governor Rex Ball) (civil defense) [11-27-61, 3 negatives]

 

Meeting of Governors Regarding Potential Fallout From Nuclear War -- Fairmont Hotel(November 27, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 180, [11-27-61.10]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Governors of several states meet in regards to civil defense and nuclear war: Lieutenant Governor of Nevada Rex Bell, Governor of California Edmund G. Brown, Governor of Arizona Paul Fannin, Governor of Utah George D. Clyde, and Paul S. Visher (civil defense).
 

San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge bump [11-27-61, 12 negatives]

 

San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge bump -- San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge(November 27, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 180, [11-27-61.11]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of large bump on the road near the east entrance to the tunnel of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
 

Picture story on Afro-American workers [11-28-61, 32 negatives]

 

African-American Workers (November 28, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 180, [11-28-61.01]

Physical Description: 32 negatives

Scope and Content Note

People sitting in empty lot surrounded by debris; man writing a list of real estate (office) listings on a chalkboard; man standing near a file cabinet and shelves; man showing students a small machine; students raise their hands in class; children in empty lot filled with debris; and dentist working on a patient.
 

Heart valve patient Dr. Laurence Rivkin (health)

 

Opening of Geary Street Expressway [11-20-61 and 11-29-61, 10 negatives]

 

CAB (Civil Aeronautics Board?) hearings (airlines)

 

Construction at Lone Mountain College for Women

 

Fiftieth anniversary of San Francisco Symphony [11-30-61, 4 negatives]

 

Fiftieth Anniversary of San Francisco Symphony -- Plaza of Crown Zellerbach Building(November 30, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 180, [11-30-61.08]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Conductor Enrique Jorda leads the San Francisco Symphony in a noon day open air concert in the plaza.
 

December 1961 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 181, [120061-123161]

Physical Description: 500 negatives (estimate)
 

Brigadier General William T. Fairbourn

 

Frederick R. Kappe (AT&T)

 

Educators meeting (Theron McCuen) (education) [12-04-61, 4 negatives]

 

Poet Carl Sandberg and Mayor George Christopher [12-04-61, 6 negatives]

 

Assemblyman Thomas Rees

 

Heads of Catholic Church's Society Gregory Peter XV Cardinal Agagianian and Bishops Joseph Kiwanuka, Fulton J. Sheen, John K. Amissah, Eugene D'souza, Paul Ro, Thomas Quinlan, Paul Yosigoro Taguchi, and Harold W. Henry

 

Fog over Forest Knolls/Twin Peaks area (neighborhood)

 

Bowman family terrorists in court

 

New York émigrés in Chico [12-05-61, ca. 30 negatives]

 

Lowell High School district controversy (education) [12-05-61, 5 negatives]

 

Views of Ferry Building [12-05-61, 2 negatives]

 

Views of Ferry Building(December 05, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 181, [12-05-61.01]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Street-level view and elevated view of Ferry Building taken from the freeway.
 

Max Rafferty (candidate for California superintendent of education) [12-05-61, 4 negatives]

 

New International Building in financial district (neighborhood)

 

Peace mail box (social protests) [12-05-61, 3 negatives]

 

Peace Mail Box on Wheels(December 05, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 181, [12-05-61.04]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Roy Jacobsen stands in front of the mobile mail box containing over eight-thousand letters after round trip to east coast (social protests). [The box reads "Flood Khrushchev with mail urging Russia to stop testing and begin 1% world-wide disarmament with inspection"].
 

"Tropic of Cancer" book trial (by author Henry Miller) (censorship) [12-05-61, 12-11-61 - 12-13-61, 39 negatives]

 

"Tropic of Cancer" Book Trial -- Frank Pershinsa -- Marin County Court House(December 05, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 181, [12-05-61.05]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Defendant Frank Pershinsa sits at table in courtroom, attorneys Charles Pierce and Lawrence Goldberg stand nearby. Close-up of Pershinsa (censorship).
 

"Tropic of Cancer" Book Trial -- Marin County Court House(December 11, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 181, [12-11-61.01]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of courtroom with judge, witness, attorney, and stenographer. View from side of jurors. Portraits of witness librarian John Gallas, attorney W.O. Wessich, and founder of the 3 R's school James W. Kirchauski (censorship). [Also included are three seemingly unrelated negatives of a woman sitting on Santa's lap in front of decorative wall and a child].
 

"Tropic of Cancer" Book Trial -- San Rafael Court House(December 12, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 181, [12-12-61.01]

Physical Description: 18 negatives

Scope and Content Note

View of the trial [Dr. Arnold Warz]. Jury members Geering, Winters, Brice, Castle, Schorer and others in the jury box. Various views of people on the witness stand, attorneys talking, judge and defendant. Outside view of book shop (censorship).
 

"Tropic of Cancer" Book Trial -- San Rafael Court House(December 13, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 181, [12-13-61.08]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Professor Allan Wendt of Mills College in Alameda and Professor Eugene Burdick of UC sitting in witness box. Book reviewer Marsh Maslin of Call-Bulletin in witness box (censorship).
 

Art competition for Golden Gateway of Honor (Thomas C. Howe, Mortimer Fleishhacker Jr., George Culler, and Gurden Woods)

 

New president of school administrators James W. Dent

 

Press conference on anti-communism (Dr. Drummond J. McCunn) [12-06-61, 3 negatives]

 

C.Y. Lee on President Wilson (ship) [12-06-61, ca. 20 negatives]

 

Hearing on proposed San Mateo/Hayward Bridge (Governor Edmund G. Brown, A.J. Paddock, and Robert B. Bradford) [12-06-61, 11 negatives]

 

Luncheon for Catholic pastors (Bishop Merlin Joseph Guilfoyle, Monsignor Collins, Mayor George Christopher, and Governor Edmund G. Brown) [12-06-61, 4 negatives]

 

Dance on Coral Sea (ship)

 

CAB hearings (Congressman John Rousselot)

 

United Crusade (Mayor George Christopher and children) [12-07-61, 12-14-61, 7 negatives]

 

Counselor Yuri V. Filippo of USSR [12-07-61, 2 negatives]

 

Launch of Plunger (ship)

 

Mayor George Christopher's birthday

 

Female WAVE aboard ship (Lieutenant Charlene Suneson)

 

USF parade on Market and Powell streets (neighborhood)

 

Professional basketball game (San Francisco vs. Hawaii)

 

Civil service examinations for police

 

Kids rehearse with Limelighters

 

New adoption group

 

Senator Jacob K. Javits [12-12-61, 2 negatives]

 

Consul Zadik Shai of Israel [12-12-61, 3 negatives]

 

San Francisco Boys' Chorus

 

102 year old man

 

Food for the needy

 

Actress Shirley Temple Black judges tree contest at San Francisco Museum of Art

 

San Francisco Boys' Club band concert [12-13-61, 2 negatives]

 

SPCA animals for Christmas

 

Rhodes Scholarship candidates Richard Hallin and William Zeltonoga

 

Dolls and money orders for orphans [12-13-61, 3 negatives]

 

Tourists from Russia (USSR) visit Mayor George Christopher [12-13-61, 3 negatives]

 

Russian Tourists Visit Mayor George Christopher(December 13, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 181, [12-13-61.06]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Mayor Christopher stands with a tourist from Russia. Christopher stands with six tourists from Russia who are holding keys to city.
 

Student Red China rally (social protests, communism) [12-13-61, 5 negatives]

 

Student Red China Rally -- Union Square(December 13, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 181, [12-13-61.07]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Lawrence J. Fournier speaks from top of stairs to small crowd (social protests, communism). [View of Walter Driver?]
 

Japan society party

 

Shoeshine boy (age seventy-seven) and Mayor George Christopher [12-13-61, 4 negatives]

 

Airline queens

 

Rapid transit committee, commission hearings [12-14-61, 3 negatives]

 

Students learn percussion instruments (education) [12-14-61, 10 negatives]

 

Mock trial to "Save the old Hall of Justice" (with Jake Ehrlich, Judge Thomas Fitzpatrick, and police chiefs Mike Riordan and Charles Dullea)

 

Northern California Sports Council members wrap presents for Canon Kip Community Center [12-16-61, 2 negatives]

 

New Marin Civic Center (by architect Frank Loyd Wright) [12-18-61, 17 negatives]

 

New Marin County Civic Center by Architect Frank Lloyd Wright(December 18, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 181, [12-18-61.01]

Physical Description: 17 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Long-shots of the new New Marin County Civic Center. Views of Center's roof. C.J. Finney leaning on a tree looking at the roof. Finney stands on ladder looking at new plastic dome roof. Overall interior views taken from second floor and hallways.
 

Anti-communism school speaker Dr. Fred C.K. Schwarz [12-18-61, 6 negatives]

 

Kids look through Macy's window at toys

 

ILWU (International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union) picket (labor) [12-18-61, 2 negatives]

 

Picketing -- International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union(December 18, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 181, [12-18-61.04]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Fired workers Alicia Williams and Marilyn Harris picket outside of Local 10 (labor) [Rapley story].
 

"Space Age" fashion show [12-19-61, 3 negatives]

 

Fashion Show for "Space Age"(December 19, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 181, [12-19-61.02]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Mrs. Joan Merrill and Mrs. Dudley Fournier sit on floor at 472 Euclid Street with Dudley, Jr. who is wearing space helmet and holding space rocket (space age).
 

Earl Warren [12-19-61, 8 negatives]

 

Views of downtown bomb shelter signs (cityscapes, neighborhoods) [12-20-61, 10 negatives]

 

Air Raid Shelter Signs -- Downtown(December 20, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 181, [12-20-61.01]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of "Air raid shelter" signs include the locations of California Street near Grant Street, Pine Street, beneath the Chamber of Commerce Building, and near City Hall by Brooks Hall (neighborhood, cityscapes, civil defense).
 

Snow geese released in Palace of Fine Arts pond

 

Views of downtown from Twin Peaks (cityscapes) [12-21-61, 7 negatives]

 

Views -- Twin Peaks(December 21, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 181, [12-21-61.02]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

View of downtown from Twin Peaks (cityscapes).
 

Santa visits Storyland at zoo

 

Actor Bing Crosby leaves hospital [12-22-61, 18 negatives]

 

Bay Bridge hump (an upraised portion of road causing a large bump) and inspection

 

Commemoration of new four-cent nursing stamp

 

Aliens to register (Postmaster John Fixa and Director Ralph H. Holton of Immigraton and Naturalization)

 

Air pollution testing instruments

 

Demolition of State Theater (buildings) [12-27-61, 12-29-61, ca. 25 negatives]

 

Governor Albert D. Roselli of Washington with state fair queens

 

Consul General Mohammad Ahmad of Pakistan [12-27-61, 4 negatives]

 

March of Dimes poster girl Debbie Sue Brown

 

Student leadership and achievement awards (education) [12-28-61, 4 negatives]

 

Aircraft carrier Kitty Hawk (ship) in dry dock [12-28-61, 26 negatives]

 

Aircraft Carrier Kitty Hawk (ship) in Dry Dock -- Hunters Point(December 28, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 181, [12-28-61.03]

Physical Description: 26 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Dick Lentz holds ropes to the ship in dry dock. Roy Peterson works on the ship's keel while another man stands in the foreground. Workers use a blowtorch to heat up an area of the carrier. Two sailors stand underneath the carrier. Sailor stands with camera on tripod near the ship. Charles Lee stands near railing, close to the propeller. Worker wearing hardhat stands with foot on bench.
 

San Francisco Boys' Club boxing [12-28-61, 8 negatives]

 

New Years celebrations

 

Governor Edmund G. Brown signs water bill (environment) [12-30-61, 5 negatives]

 

Signing of Water Bill -- Governor Edmund G. Brown -- State Building(December 30, 1961) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 181, [12-30-61.01]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Regional Director Hugh P. Dugan of the Bureau of Reclamation and Director of Water Resources William E. Warne stand next to Governor Edmund G. Brown who is signing the Water Bill (environment).
 

January 1962 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [010062-013162]

Physical Description: 725 negatives (estimate)
 

PTA (Parents' and Teachers' Association) feature (education) [01-00-62, 2 negatives]

 

New Year's Eve celebrations

 

Yelberton Abraham Tittle

 

"Negro Series" (Director Kenneth Smith of the Urban League) (Afro-Americans) [01-00-62, 3 negatives]

 

"Negro Series" -- Director Of Urban League Kenneth Smith(January 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [01-00-62.21]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

The Director of the Urban League Kenneth Smith talks to the reporter (Afro-Americans). Taken at 2015 Steiner Street.
 

International Film Festival party

 

Justin Herman of the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency [01-01-62, 8 negatives]

 

Justin Herman -- San Francisco Redevelopment Agency -- Geary Street(January 01, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [01-01-62.02]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Head of the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency Justin Herman stands in front of the "slums" that he holds a miniature redevelopment model for in his hands. He points to the new luxury apartments in the miniature model he holds with the slums in his background (neighborhoods, housing).
 

Blue baby (health)

 

Missing and found koala

 

New school of dentistry

 

Hale Hotel fire [01-03-62, ca. 70 negatives]

 

Citizens' radio

 

March of Dimes drive

 

Replacing grass at San Francisco Public Library (to discourage idlers, loiterers)

 

New group residence for aged Jewish people (senior citizens)

 

Artist Betty Guy

 

New city prison in Hall of Justice (inspection) [01-04-62, 7 negatives]

 

Inspection -- New City Prison in Hall of Justice(January 04, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [01-04-62.08]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Officer Ford Long of research and planning with Chief Tom Cahill inspecting the kitchen, interview rooms, new cells and elevator of the new city prison in the Hall of Justice.
 

Booklets on fallout protection (atomic age, civil defense) [01-04-62, 4 negatives]

 

Booklets on Fallout Protection -- Post Office Building(January 04, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [01-04-62.10]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Postmaster John F. Fixa holds fallout protection booklets that the post office will distribute (atomic age, civil defense).
 

Dion Holm retires

 

Miss Australia 1961 (Tania Verstak) with koala

 

Ground breaking for new building at Pacific and Buchanan Streets

 

SCAN (US Army project?, data processing unit) [01-05-62, 4 negatives]

 

Chinese New Year celebrations

 

Auditions for the Ernie Ford television show

 

Non-skiers weekend at Squaw Valley (Lake Tahoe)

 

Urban renewal/slum clearance survey team (housing, social conditions) [01-07-62, 2 negatives]

 

Miss Sun-Break

 

New San Mateo County Boys' Ranch [01-08-62, 10 negatives]

 

Warm weather

 

Hadassah members

 

New San Francisco supervisors [01-08-62, 6 negatives]

 

New San Francsco Supervisors -- Supervisors' Room(January 08, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [01-08-62.08]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Swearing in of the new San Fracisco supervisors Jack Morrison, Roger Boas, William C. Blake, Peter Tamaras, and Joseph E. Tinney in the supervisors room.
 

Swearing in of new city attorney Tom O'Connor (Dion Holm and Superior Judge Timothy I. Fitzpatrick) [01-08-62, 10 negatives]

 

Big Basin forest fire

 

New cultural center plans by architect Piero Petri [01-09-62, 2 negatives]

 

Presentation of certificates to foreign teachers (education) [01-09-62, 4 negatives]

 

Coast Guard cutter rescue

 

Launching China Bear (ship) from Berkeley Iron Works shipyard [01-09-62, 16 negatives]

 

Launching of the New China Bear (ship) -- Berkeley Shipyard(January 09, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [01-09-62.07]

Physical Description: 16 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of the ship being moved into position for the launch with workers moving the large wooden props holding up the hull to let it down upon the track leading into the water. The launching lever is pulled and the ship slides out into the bay. Overall views of the hull of the ship and the large propeller.
 

San Quentin State Prison feature (Warden Fred Richard Dickson, Warden Dale Frady, Dr. Herman A. Gross, Elmer L. Howell, Louis S. Nelson, Irving Ritter, and W.D. Achuff) [01-09-62, 20 negatives]

 

California Pioneers function (women in stagecoach) [01-06-62, 4 negatives]

 

Demolition of Armour plant in South San Francisco

 

Construction of new Federal Building [01-10-62, 12 negatives]

 

Geese in Golden Gate Park

 

Student debate at Jefferson High School [01-10-62, 10 negatives]

 

Pre-1906 earthquake tableware being shipped

 

Ministers' press conference (Clifford Crunny, Ben C. Bobbitt, Sidney Akselrod, Robert D. Buckley, Darby Betts, and Curtis Nims)

 

Jake Ehrlich stabbing (Isabel Ehrlich stabbed husband over "other woman") [01-11-62, 01-12-62, 01-15-62, 01-16-62, 29 negatives]

 

Police Inspectors Question Isabel Ehrlich -- Old Hall of Justice(January 11, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [01-11-62.05]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Police inspectors Gino Marionetti and Jack Webb question Isabel Ehrlich at the old Hall of Justice prison about the stabbing of her husband J.W. Ehrlich. She is cloaked in a large fur coat.
 

Isabel Ehrlich in City Prison -- San Francsico City Prison(January 12, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [01-12-62.04-05]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Isabel Ehrlich sits in the San Francisco city prison wrapped in her full length mink coat. Views of her behind bars and an outside view of the prison.
 

The "Other Woman" in Ehrlich Stabbing Case -- Hall of Justice(January 15, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [01-15-62.01]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Carol Alying with Attorney Harry Wainwright at the Hall of Justice.
 

Checking Isabel Ehrlich's Story -- Hall of Justice(January 16, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [01-16-62.01]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Investigators question Isabel Ehrlich at the Hall of Justice about the stabbing of her husband, J.W. Ehrlich. One officer holds a microphone while another holds a video camera.
 

Douglas Stone

 

New Grand Jury (Judge John B. Molinari)

 

Engineers study Golden Gate Bridge

 

Outstanding man of the year (Stanley Gordon Sturges)

 

Doris Shamleffer of Women's International League for Peace and Freedom

 

Junk mail

 

Bananas from South America at Pier Sixty

 

Save old Hall of Justice

 

Prisoners move from old to new Hall of Justice (several throughout month)

 

Actor Yves Montand

 

George Christopher to run for Lieutenant Governor

 

Transit hearing

 

Maestro Enrique Jorda

 

Christening of Halsey (ship)

 

Frost in city streets

 

Spelling bee (education) [01-16-62, 3 negatives]

 

"Red hearing" (communism) [01-16-98, 10 negatives]

 

"Red Hearing" -- The State Building(January 16, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [01-16-62.11]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Witnesses Virginia Brink, Director of Education Copley Newspaper Paul Terry, and Chairman of the Communist Party Dorothy Ray Healy being questioned by a committee at the State Building in a "Red hearing" (communism).
 

Twin Peaks house tour (cityscapes) [01-17-62, 8 negatives]

 

House Tour -- Twin Peaks(January 17, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [01-17-62.03]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of the interior and exterior of a three story house in Twin Peaks (buildings). Windows over look San Francisco (cityscapes, housing).
 

Planning for Montgomery and Columbus Streets (neighborhood) [01-17-62, 3 negatives]

 

Neighborhood Planning -- Montgomery and Columbus Streets(January 17, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [01-17-62.07]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views looking down Columbus Street from the top of a building with Montgomery Street off to the left (neighborhood).
 

Mardi Gras princesses

 

Musician Edmund Hall

 

Criminal Tony DiTardo turns 87 at San Quentin State Prison

 

"Bums" sleeping (social conditions, homelessness) [01-17-62, 4 negatives]

 

"Bums Sleeping" -- San Francisco Library(January 17, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [01-17-62.12]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of homeless people sleeping on the steps of the San Francisco Library (housing).
 

President John C. Satterfield of American Bar Association

 

Various SPUR meetings (John Woodbridge and George Rockrise) (possibly on urban renewal and redevelopment?)

 

Plans for Marine World

 

City College hotel management classes (education) [01-18-62, 8 negatives]

 

Candidate Wallace W. Hall for Superintendant of Public Instruction and Director of Education [01-18-62, 3 negatives]

 

Teenagers discuss modern art (education) [01-18-62, 4 negatives]

 

Youth concerts

 

Teenager ward at Presbyterian Medical Center (health)

 

Mayor George Christopher tours city [01-19-62, 6 negatives]

 

Russian group visits San Francisco (Stanislav Pshennikov, Kirill Nikanorovich Plotnikov, Vitalii Goriaev, Sergei Baruzdin, Valentin Nikolaevich Pluchek, and Michael Domrachev) [01-20-62, 01-22-62, 10-23-62, 20 negatives]

 

Cold weather and snow pictures

 

New Wells Fargo building (464 California Street)

 

Counterfeit money

 

Soviet American trade relations [01-22-62, 2 negatives]

 

Communist Party head Gus Hall (communism) [01-23-62, 01-25-62, 12 negatives]

 

Gus Hall -- Communist Party -- Press Conference(January 23, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [01-23-62.02]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Communist Party head Gus Hall answers questions at a press conference at 942 Market Street (communism). Head shots of Gus Hall.
 

Gus Hall Speaks -- Communist Party -- UC Berkeley Stiles Hall(January 25, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [01-25-62.08]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Communist Party head Gus Hall speaks to a large audience filling Stiles Hall at UC Berkeley (communism). Students unable to get into hall climbed onto the roof to get in.
 

New branch library (Sixteenth Street: Castro branch?)

 

Candlestick Park law suit (Melvin Belli and Thomas Thorner)

 

Don Rose

 

Edmund G. Brown dinner (Brown, Ida Brown, Senator Claire Engel, and Tom Lynch) [01-24-62, 24 negatives]

 

Edmund G. Brown Dinner -- Fairmont Hotel(January 24, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [01-24-62.02]

Physical Description: 24 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Governor Edmund G. Brown's inaugural dinner at the Fairmont Hotel. Roger Kent congratulates the governor with Ida Brown to the side. Senator Clair Engel shakes hands with Mrs. Edmund G. Brown as Tom Lynch and the governor look on.
 

Women prisoners at new Hall of Justice jail

 

Ships for Ethiopia

 

Lopez-Gray prize fight (boxing)

 

Narcotics smuggling case

 

New Mater Dolores Church (buildings)

 

Australia Day

 

Seminar on "Man and the Mind" at UC Hospital

 

Harlem Globe Trotters visit school

 

Housewife strikes for peace (social protests)

 

Chinese New Year parade

 

Entertainer Chubby Checker [01-27-98, 6 negatives]

 

Entertainer Chubby Checker -- San Francisco Airport(January 27, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [01-27-62.03]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Entertainer Chubby Checker arrives at the San Francisco Airport and signs autographs for teenagers. He does the "Twist" dance for the teenagers (pop culture).
 

Psychiatric meeting

 

Closing of Hall of Justice

 

Food for peace (Eddie Albert and George Killion)

 

Pasha of Kenitra visits

 

Mardi Gras queens

 

Space Age exposition (nuclear portable generator and Edmund G. Brown)(atomic age) [01-29-62, 3 negatives]

 

Space Age Exposition -- Fairmont Hotel(January 29, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [01-29-62.10]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Governor Edmund G. Brown, Executive Vice President of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce G.L. Fox, and President of Royal Research John R. Johnson look at the new portable nuclear generator at the Space Age Exposition (technology, atomic age).
 

School of anti-communism [01-29-98, 11 negatives]

 

Shool of Anti-Communism -- Oakland Civic Auditorium(January 29, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 182, [01-29-62.13]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Speakers for the school of anti-communism talk to a half empty room at the Oakland Civic Auditorium (communism). Those identified are: Fred Schwarz, Wilma Sibbert, Verne Pessner, Mrs. George Fuhrig, Walter D. Pardee, and sailor Kenneth A. Macomber
 

American Dairy Princess Louise Knolls

 

Orca (ship) transferred to Ethiopia

 

UC Berkeley Professor Harold Stump

 

National president of United Cerebral Palsy (Wendell J. Brown)

 

Audubon Society president Carl W. Buchheister

 

February 1962 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 183, [020062-022862]

Physical Description: 550 negatives (estimate)
 

Students protest atom bomb at San Francisco State College (social protests, atomic age) [02-00-62, 4 negatives]

 

Students Protest Atom Bomb -- San Francisco State College(February 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 183, [02-00-62.02]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Students standing and sitting outside in a group (social protests, atomic age).
 

Coast Guard cutter ship crash

 

Women for Peace [02-01-62 and 02-06-62, negatives]

 

Women for Peace -- San Rafael Post Office(February 01, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 183, [02-01-62.03]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Women and children gathered outside the San Rafael Post Office holding signs for peace (social protests).
 

Women for Peace -- Greyhound Bus Depot(February 06, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 183, [02-06-62.07]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified woman and child standing next to a bus. A group of women standing next to a bus and holding a banner for peace.
 

Art collector Herlart(?) Jaffee with Eskimo prints

 

San Francisco garbage dump

 

School for deaf children at First Unitarian Church in San Francisco (education) (disabled persons)

 

Chinese New Year [various dates], World Affairs Council interview of Ambassador Arthur H. Dean

 

Artist Beniamino Bufano and lawyer Vincent Hallinan taking preview of "Torso"

 

"Colored gentleman" candidate for 18th assembly district Willie L. Brown (Afro-Americans) [02-01-62, 5 negatives]

 

Candidate for Eighteenth Assembly District Willie L. Brown -- Zellerbach Building(February 01, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 183, [02-01-62.19]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Portrait of candidate Willie L. Brown. Views of Brown and his family.
 

Press conference on "Impact of the Radical Right"

 

Dixon Gayer of Webster Quimmley Society

 

Junior Achievement exhibits

 

Prisoners don't like their food at new county jail

 

Doll festival

 

Opera Guild election officers

 

Women for Peace ride to Sacramento (social protests)

 

San Quentin State Prison dope smuggling case (narcotics)

 

Chinatown views (neighborhood)

 

West Berlin exhibit (includes president of West Berlin Parliament Otto Bach)

 

Men who wait all night to be first in line for jobs (employment)

 

"Farewell" party to old morgue thrown by owners of Blue Fox restaurant

 

US Fleet arrival (ships Dennis, Cowell, Benner, Larsen, and Topek) (military)

 

Restorer of art Dr. Rusk

 

San Francisco Marionettes take a swim in new tank of aquarium

 

Moving cadavers to new morgue

 

UC Berkeley students wait in front of library for loan of prints

 

Chinese fashions at Chinatown

 

Chinese millionaire Sam Wong in his grocery store

 

Hula versus twist dance demonstration at Sheraton Palace Garden Court

 

Physical fitness at Olympic Club

 

Press conference with Enrique Jorda

 

British liner Andes (ship) from London

 

Ardath Borba and two foot high hair styling "Space needle hairdo" (fashion, space age)

 

New eye examination technique at UC Berkeley (optometry, health)

 

Floods (Marin County, Russian River, Monte Rio, and Guerneville) [various dates]

 

Children Garden Adoption Agency

 

Jazz piano player Mary Lou Williams

 

Columnist Guy Wright in various San Francisco spots

 

Press conference about automatic tabulator "Casper" (computers) [02-14-62, 5 negatives]

 

Press Conference about Automatic Tabulator "Casper" -- Market Street(February 14, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 183, [02-14-62.14]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Thomas Bagshaw, Robert Hollenback and Owen Smith standing around "Casper," the automatic tabulator. Robert Hollenback standing next to "Casper" (computers).
 

Economist Lester Greene

 

Miss China (Grace Lee)

 

Alberta-California gas pipeline dedication

 

Adlai E. Stevenson arrives

 

Convent of the Good Shepherd

 

Camp Fire Girls rally

 

San Francisco Youth Association Seminars

 

London editor/journalist Arthur Christiansen plays himself in movie called "The Day the World Ended"

 

Richard M. Nixon (with Charlotte Myers addresses Lincoln-Jefferson dinner) [02-23-62, 14 negatives]

 

Richard M. Nixon -- Masonic Memorial Temple(February 23, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 183, [02-23-62.09]

Physical Description: 14 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Nixon greeting and standing with unidentified women. Various views of Nixon standing and talking into a microphone. Various overall views of Nixon speaking to the gathering.
 

Commander in Chief John McMahon of Volunteers of America

 

Ballerina Patricia Carleton uses Lou Nova's "Yogi Nova"

 

Judge Michael A. Musmanno

 

Catholic Social Service

 

St. Bartholomew's benefit

 

Kids watching orbit flight on TV (space age)

 

Pathfinder (ship)

 

Yo-yo string shortage

 

Space scientists convention (space age)

 

People tuning into astronaut John Glenn's orbit around the Earth [02-20-62, negatives] (space program)

 

People Tuning into John Glenn's Orbit Around the Earth(February 20, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 183, [02-20-62.09]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Ann George, Nelson Y. Yu, Tony Benveniste and A.N. Stromberg listening to astronaut John Glenn's progress on a car radio. Unidentified man and bartender watching reports about John Glenn on television (space age).
 

Children Praying for John Glenn -- Notre Dame des Victoires(February 20, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 183, [02-20-62.11]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Children standing and kneeling in prayer in front of a statue of the Virgin Mary with a nun standing behind.
 

Reverend Ralph D. Abernathy

 

Attorney Harriet Ross running for Congress

 

King Simo Kamdem Narcisse of Cameroon

 

T. Jack Foster and construction of Foster City, Calif. [02-24-62, 10 negatives]

 

T. Jack Foster -- Foster City Construction Site(February 24, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 183, [02-24-62.01]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

T. Jack Foster standing with a conceptual drawing of Foster City. Various views of Foster sitting on the hood of a car and talking. Foster standing and pointing while holding the drawing of Foster City (development).
 

Plans for a wind break at Candlestick Park

 

Navajo dolls

 

Fire aboard the Victoria (ship)

 

Blues singer Jackie "Moms" Mabley

 

Views underground where Golden Gate Bridge cables are anchored

 

March 1962 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 183-184, [030062-033162]

Physical Description: 625 negatives (estimate)
 

Physicist Dr. Edward Teller instructs classes at UC Berkeley

 

Chinese opera opening

 

House of Charm (lecture on dress, charm, etiquette, and new eye make-up) (fashion)

 

Rice Mill fire in South San Francisco

 

Black Virgin of Kazan painting (art)

 

J.D. Zellerbach with family at reception

 

Republican meeting (Richard M. Nixon, Joseph C. Shell, and Sidney Laughlin) [03-01-62, 11 negatives]

 

Republican Meeting -- Claremont Hotel(March 01, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 183, [03-01-62.04]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Assembly Minority Leader Joseph C. Shell, who is running for the Republican Party nomination for governor, sits during four day meeting. Richard M. Nixon shakes hands with Sub-Committee Governor Sidney Laughlin. Laughlin and Shell shake hands.
 

Mercury International Youth Club

 

Comedian Lenny Bruce in courtroom (censorship) [03-05-62 - 03-08-62, 23 negatives]

 

Lenny Bruce Trial -- Hall of Justice(March 05, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 183, [03-05-62.02]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Comedian Lenny Bruce sits and makes notes in Judge Clayton Horn's courtroom (censorship).
 

Lenny Bruce Trial -- Hall of Justice(March 06, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 183, [03-06-62.04]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Lenny Bruce talking to unidentified person (his lawyer?) in Judge Clayton Horn's courtroom. Bruce getting something out of his briefcase (censorship).
 

Lenny Bruce Trial -- Hall of Justice(March 07, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 183, [03-07-62.04]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Lenny Bruce on the witness stand. Bruce takes oath with jury in the background. Bruce sits at table in courtroom with his attorney Albert Bendich. Close-up of Bendich (censorship).
 

Lenny Bruce Acquitted -- Hall of Justice(March 08, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 184, [03-08-62.03]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Attorney Albert Bendich embraces Lenny Bruce after jury announces acquittal. Juror June Roberts talks to Bruce (censorship).
 

Gravediggers strike at Holy Cross Cemetery (labor)

 

(Plans for) new wholesale produce district in South San Francisco

 

Sliding homes in Oakland hills (erosion)

 

Produce merchants fight eviction (also rebel flags hang from produce markets)

 

Army's new airplane AO-1 Mohawk

 

Homecoming of carrier Ranger (ship)

 

Russian violinist Igor Oistrakh

 

Former priest Walter A. Ryan

 

New police Pipe and Bag Band (bagpipes)

 

Liquor advertisement for Gilbey's scotch

 

National Science Convention

 

Dr. Rene J. Dubos

 

Rehearsal for "Picture Book Story" in Temple Emanu-El

 

Yacht Viaje (ship) and crew

 

Henri Matisse art exhibit preview at Veterans Building (Mr. and Mrs. Walter Haas, and others)

 

Joe Shell for governor campaign headquarters

 

Science teacher Hubert N. Alyea demonstrates scientific experiments

 

Consul General Miguel Tejada of the Dominican Republic

 

President Richard Wagner of the US Chamber of Commerce

 

Doctors William J. Oswald and Clarence Golueke

 

Van-Etta Motors

 

Zoo director Carey Baldwin

 

Operation on "Flippy" the turtle at Steinhart Aquarium

 

Executive director of Child Welfare League (child welfare) Joseph H. Reid

 

Mrs. Nelson Rockefeller leaving plane on arm of her son Steven Rockefeller

 

St. Patrick's Day

 

Japanese sand paintings (Mrs. Kako and her paintings)

 

Sailors' Union on strike (Pier Thirty-five) (labor) [03-17-62 - 03-28-62, 24 negatives]

 

Sailors' Union on Strike -- Pier Thirty-five(March 17, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 184, [03-17-62.01-02]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Three picketers stand with signs in front of docked ship. Picketers stand in front of Pier Thirty-five building. Donna Pike and Sharon Volic inspect injunction against picketing. (Their Girl Scouts of America troop were prevented from touring the Monterey (ship) because of the strike) (labor).
 

Picketers In Front Of Dock -- Oriana (ship) -- Pier Thirty-two(March 21, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 184, [03-21-62.02]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

The liner Oriana (ship) ties up at Pier Thirty-two. Visitors argue with Sailors' Union pickets who are not letting visitors on pier to see passengers. Long-shots of pickets and commotion (labor).
 

Sailors' Union Strike -- Aboard Oriana (ship)(March 22, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 184, [03-22-62.01]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Mrs. Paul Teagarden (who was a passenger aboard the ship and punched a picket in front of Oriana) sits on couch making fists and holds child. Child stands behind lifesaver (labor).
 

Vice Admiral J.S. Thach at conference on anti-submarine warfare

 

Hoover Commission appoints Professor Eugene C. Lee

 

"Visit Greece Week" events

 

Baron and Baroness Bettino Ricasoli of Siena (Italy)

 

Ziggy the chimp

 

UN (United Nations) correspondent R.H. Shackford

 

President John F. Kennedy arrives at UC Berkeley (03-23-62, 54 negatives]

 

President John F. Kennedy Arrives -- UC Berkeley(March 23, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 184, [03-23-62.01-03]

Physical Description: 54 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Procession in the Greek Theatre showing filled seating. Woman sits with baby on lap. Alumni march with class banners. President John F. Kennedy walks in cap and gown, stands and sits with others on field. Views of numerous American flags mounted in flag stand. Kennedy shakes hands with the other men on stage. Kennedy at the podium. Elevated views of Kennedy passing in car with police escort at Broadway and Telegraph Avenue in Oakland while people line the street amidst confetti and wave. Soldiers salute president at Alameda Naval Station. Kennedy rides in convertible.
 

Bird's-eye views of Diamond Heights (03-24-62, 7 negatives)

 

Views of Diamond Heights(March 27, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 184, [03-24-62.01]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Bird's-eye views of Diamond Heights neighborhood. Views of Eichler home being built (cityscapes, development).
 

Cemetery workers on strike at Cypress Lawn (labor) (03-26-62, 28 negatives)

 

Cemetery Workers on Strike -- Cypress Lawn and Holy Cross(March 26, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 184, [03-26-62.01]

Physical Description: 28 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Picket sits on grave at Cypress Lawn. Christopher Michaels kneels by pile of dead flowers. Bob Lehman works inside with stone cutting machine. Two pickets stand amidst flowers and wreath. Person stands by tree which has fallen to ground. Wheelbarrow is parked at Holy Cross. Garbage can turned over in the Italian cemetery. Monument knocked down at Holy Cross. Two women and boy stand in ash storage room. Man kneels by head stones (labor).
 

British colonial administrator Sir James Robertson

 

UNICEF (United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund) press conference (child welfare)

 

"Peace women" to go to Geneva, Switzerland

 

Baron Edmond de Rothschild

 

Trial of Archie Brown (communism) [03-29-62, 3 negatives]

 

Archie Brown Trial -- Judge Wollenberg's Court(March 29, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 184, [03-29-62.01]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Mrs. William Davies, who testified against Archie Brown, stands in the courtroom alone and with others (communism).
 

Youth Guidance Center [03-29-62, ca. 45 negatives]

 

Governor William Quinn of Hawaii

 

New speed-up in loading cargo planes

 

Arrival of Miss Osaka (Japan)

 

April 1962 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 184-185, [040062-043162]

Physical Description: 750 negatives (estimate)
 

Waterfront strike (labor) [04-00-62, 04-02-62, 24 negatives]

 

Waterfront Strike -- Pier Fifty-two(April 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 184, [04-00-62.06]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of the President Wilson (ship) docked (labor).
 

Waterfront Strike(April 02, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 184, [04-02-62.01]

Physical Description: 19 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of rows of parked cars (awaiting shipping?). Unidentified man standing next to crates ready for shipment. Unidentified man standing next to a car and boats. View of a forklift. Unidentified man walking along a dock. View of a forklift loaded with packages. View of a docked ship (labor).
 

Archbishop Joseph T. McGucken [various dates]

 

Pianist Lauretta McAuliffe

 

Visit of Miss Osaka [various dates]

 

San Quentin State Prison break

 

Actress Barbara Hutton and her escort Lloyd Franklin

 

Cardinal McIntyre

 

Consul Hank Van Ravenstein of the Netherlands

 

Attorney General Stanley Mosk

 

Calvary Cross Church

 

Dr. W.B. Sanborn with dinosaur bone

 

Richard M. Nixon signs books [04-04-62, 12 negatives]

 

Richard M. Nixon -- The Emporium(April 04, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 184, [04-04-62.10]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Overall views of crowds waiting to get a signed copy of Richard M. Nixon's book from Nixon. Various views of Nixon signing books. Views of unidentified woman standing at a microphone behind Nixon and reading from a book.
 

Three-man space rocket "Apollo" (space age) [04-05-62, 5 negatives]

 

Three-Man Space Rocket "Apollo" -- Moffet Field(April 05, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 184, [04-05-62.01]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Gordon Hardy and Mike Orozo standing in front of "Apollo". Various views of Hardy and Orozo inside the capsule. View of an airplane.
 

Kong Chow Temple (China)

 

New Bishop of Santa Rosa Leo Thomas Maher

 

Easter layout

 

George Christopher opens campaign headquarters

 

Sheldon Pollack of American Democrats for Action

 

Eskimo boy has heart surgery (health)

 

Press interview with Francis H.C. Crick

 

Two submarines (ships) arrive in San Francisco Bay

 

Unsuccessful aspirant Sally Stanford at her election headquarters [04-10-62, 6 negatives]

 

Unsuccessful Aspirant Sally Stanford -- Election Headquarters(April 10, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 184, [04-10-62.02]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Sally Stanford sitting on a chair and surrounded by supporters. Stanford seated shaking an unidentified woman's hand. Stanford stepping into a car. Stanford seated with letters in hand.
 

Edmund G. Brown "kickoff" breakfast" (election campaign?)

 

Interview with Eric Johnson

 

Taft Hartley injunction (photographs of documents: Labor Management Relations Act)

 

William R. Grace

 

Miss Maritime Day contestants

 

Bay Area for Peace [04-11-62, 2 negatives]

 

Bay Area for Peace -- Eighth Avenue(April 10, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185, [04-11-62.15]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Mrs. June Brumer and Dr. Sadua Goldsmith sitting together on a sofa.
 

Senator Thomas H. Kuchel

 

Photo of Father Junipero Serra for a stamp

 

A-Bomb protest voyage to Christmas Island (Carl May of Great Issues Foundation and Albert Bigelow of Committee for Non-violent Action and building sailboat "Everyman") (social protests, atomic age) [04-12-62, 04-21-62, 7 negatives]

 

Atomic Bomb Protest Voyage to Christmas Island -- Divisedero Street(April 12, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185, [04-12-62.10]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Carl May and Alber Bigelow sitting at a table (social protests, atomic age).
 

Atomic Bomb Protest Voyage to Christmas Island -- Sausalito(April 21, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185, [04-21-62.01]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Workers fitting pontoon on to the sailboat "Everyman." Workers standing next to the boat. Workers carrying the pontoon (social protests, atomic age).
 

Mariposa (ship) getting started on loading

 

San Francisco Negro American Council pickets Matson dock (labor, Afro-Americans) [04-14-62, 6 negatives]

 

San Francisco Negro American Council Pickets -- Matson Dock (April 14, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185, [04-14-62.02]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

San Francisco Negro American Council standing in a group with signs. Vincent B. Lynch, Julia Commer, Aaron Chapman, James Herndon holding signs and walking. Views of the council holding sings and marching on Matson dock (labor, Afro-Americans). (Includes a "flyer" describing the council's reasons for picketing the Sailor's Union of the Pacific).
 

Visiting Senator Long

 

Admiral I.J. Galantin and Dan J. Haughton

 

Piero Patri

 

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

 

Shots of penthouse office of Natomas Company

 

Politician James Farley [04-17-62, 6 negatives]

 

Politician James Farley -- Hotel St. Francis(April 17, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185, [04-17-62.11]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various portrait views of politician James Farley.
 

Judge Cronin swears in Japanese Yori Wada to State Board of California (Japanese Americans) [04-17-62, 4 negatives]

 

Judge Cronin Swears in Yori Wada to State Board of California -- Youth Guidance Center(April 17, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185, [04-17-62.13]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of Judge Cronin swearing in Yori Wada (Japanese Americans).
 

Centennial fashion show at Sutro Museum

 

Mother's Milk Bank

 

Beach gang killing ("Untouchables") [04-18-62 and 04-23-62, ca. 30 negatives]

 

President of World Council of Churches Pastor Martin Niemoeller

 

Emporium House of Charm fashions

 

56th anniversary of San Francisco earthquake

 

Nineteenth annual Rhododendrons Week

 

Abandoned babies

 

Zoo animals wearing Easter bonnets

 

Dutch Week

 

Easter sunrise service [04-22-62, ca. 20 negatives]

 

Pictures of cross on Good Friday

 

Archbishops Egidio Vagnozzi and William McGucken

 

40th anniversary(?) (Mayor George Christopher, Potentate George P. Thomas, and Dr. E.R. Schottstaedt)

 

Man sleeping and cooking in car (social conditions, housing) [04-23-62, 4 negatives]

 

Man Sleeping and Cooking in Car -- Gough and Geary Streets(April 23, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185, [04-23-62.12]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Lewis Lacey standing next to his car with the hood up (social conditions, housing).
 

Major General Chester A. Allen

 

Space show at Cow Palace (space age) [04-24-62, 12 negatives]

 

Space Show -- Cow Palace(April 24, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185, [04-24-62.07]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Rosemary Rilla standing next to an exihibit entitled "Communications Needs of a Nation." Penny Lovelock leaning over a model of the Saturn Complex. Men setting up an inflatable model of a Polaris submarine (technology).
 

Cancer drive (health)

 

Funny hats (fashion)

 

Children's Home Society decorator show

 

Art students of Stanford painting murals on fence around Fontana Apartments

 

Demonstration against nuclear testing in City Hall (social protests, atomic age) [04-26-62, 11 negatives]

 

Nuclear Testing Demonstration -- City Hall(April 26, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185, [04-26-62.05]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Protesters gathered around a pile of picket signs. View of Mrs. Vincent Hallinan standing and speaking into a megaphone. Views of protesters holding signs and marching. Unidentified man standing and leaning on a sign. Views of Vince and Butch Hallinan standing in a crowd.
 

Richard M. Nixon in his headquarters [04-26-62, 2 negatives]

 

Richard M. Nixon -- Headquarters(April 26, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185, [04-26-62.09]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Richard M. Nixon adjusting volunteer Lucia Quigg's hat.
 

Mayor Neal Blaisdell of Honolulu, Hawaii

 

Black and White Ball

 

Philatelic Society meeting

 

Gals in General Pershing's "Locomobile"

 

Shah of Iran Mohammed Reza Pahlavi and Queen (includes view of pickets outside hotel) [04-27-62, 12 negatives]

 

Shah of Iran Mohammed Reza Pahlavi and Queen -- Mark Hopkins Hotel(April 27, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185, [04-27-62.09]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Protesters with signs marching outside the Mark Hopkins Hotel. The Shah of Iran, Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, and the Queen greeting Mayor George Christopher. Various views of the Shah and Queen greeting unidentified people.
 

Wells Fargo Bank Historic Museum opens in main headquarters on Montgomery Street

 

Jet boat demonstration

 

Tabacconists Alfred and Mary Dunhill

 

Republic of China (Formosa) art exhibit (Taiwan)

 

May 1962 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185-186, [050062-053162]

Physical Description: 750 negatives (estimate)
 

President John F. Kennedy's arrival at Alameda Naval Air Station [05-00-62, 4 negatives]

 

President John F. Kennedy Arrives at Alameda Naval Hall(May 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185, [05-00-62.02]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

President John F. Kennedy's plane on the runway at the Alameda Naval Base. An entourage walking along the runway.
 

City [of?] Paris wine cellar (gals in wine room)

 

Los Altos Golf Club (golfers and dog caddie)

 

Women silently picket Federal Office Building in protest against atom bomb test (demonstration against Committee on Un-American Activities meeting, HUAC, held in Los Angeles) (social protests, atomic age, communism) [05-00-62, 12 negatives]

 

Women Picketing Federal Office Building(May 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185, [05-00-62.10]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Carol Blumenfeld, of Berkeley, and her son are among the demonstrators at City Hall plaza, with City Hall in background, against the House Un-American Activities Committee meetings being held in Los Angeles. Demonstrators in front of the Federal Office Building demostrate against atom bomb tests (social protests, atomic age).
 

Former Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida of Japan and Consul General Toshio Yamanaka

 

Construction strike (new Federal Buildings and Hilton Hotel, laborers still working) (labor) [05-01-62 - 05-03-62, 20 negatives]

 

Construction Workers Still Working During Strike(May 01, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185, [05-01-62.08]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Construction workers working on new federal building, also on Hilton Hotel during a strike (labor).
 

Construction Strike at the Airport(May 02, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185, [05-02-62.05]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

A lone picketer stands in front of construction work at the airport (labor).
 

Labor Picketing in Front of New Federal Building(May 03, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185, [05-03-62.07]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Some picketers in front of the Federal Building on Golden Gate Avenue seen from across the street (labor).
 

Chinese art treasures at the M.H. De Young Memorial Museum

 

"Everyman" protests against the atomic bomb (social protests, atomic age) [05-02-62 - 05-31-62, 89 negatives]

 

Everyman Protest Sends Crew Sailing to Christmas Island to Prostest the Atomic Bomb(May 02, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185, [05-02-62.01]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

The crew is shown with and without the boat. E.D. Yoes, Hal Stallings and Ed Lazar (social protests, atomic age).
 

The Everyman (ship) -- Sausalito(May 12, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 186, [05-12-62.01]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

The Everyman (ship) at dock in Sausalito (social protests, atomic age).
 

Departure of the Everyman -- Sausalito(May 26, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 186, [05-26-62.06]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Crew on the deck of the Everyman (ship). Harold Stallings, Edward Lazar, and Dedrick Yoes. The Everyman heading for Golden Gate with bridge in background. Nuclear test protesters by Marina Green, bidding farewell to Everyman as it heads for test site social protests, atomic age).
 

The Everyman Twenty-five Miles Out to Sea(May 26, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 186, [05-26-62.07]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

The Everyman (ship) out in the ocean, with a plane behind, The Coast Guard taking on the crew of the Everyman, handing them a restraining order (social protest, atomic age).
 

Everyman Crew Contempt Hearing -- Federal Courtroom(May 28, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 186, [05-28-62.08]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

George Willoughby, the secretary of the Committee for Non-Violent Action. Also, Jane Stallings, Hal Stallings, attorney George Bruson(?) and attorney Carl May (social protests, atomic age).
 

Crew Members of the Everyman -- Ouside Federal Court(May 28, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 186, [05-28-62.09]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Evan D. Yoes, a crewmember of the Everyman, and Ed Lazar in wheelchair, a crewmember from the Everyman (social protests, atomic age).
 

Everyman Hearing -- Post Office Building(May 30, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 186, [05-30-62.02]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Outside the courtroom at the Everyman hearing (social protests, atomic age).
 

Lastman Picket at the Post Office Building(May 31, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 186, [05-31-62.04]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Jefferson Boland, on stretcher being carried away after protesting against nuclear weapons outside the Post Office Building (social protests, atomic age).
 

Everyman Pickets at the Post Office Building(May 31, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 186, [05-31-62.05]

Physical Description: 18 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Men outside the Marshal's office hallway protesting, a man in a wheelchair in the hallway being interviewed, the inside of a courtroom, man with protest signs calling for release of Everyman crew (social protests, atomic age).
 

Everyman Pickets at the Post Office Building(May 31, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 186, [05-31-62.06]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

People picketing on the street against testing of the atomic bomb (social protests, atomic age).
 

Last Man Boat Launching -- Sausalito(May 31, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185, [05-08-62.11]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Pearl Mindell, head of Women for Peace, breaks champagne bottle on bow of Last Man (ship). Crew looking on is Hal Stallings, captain, Ed Lazar, crewman, and Deck Yoes, navagator and radioman. Carl May helps the girl break the bottle (social protests, atomic age).
 

Senator Eugene McAteer and students from Roosevelt Junior High School [05-02-62, 7 negatives]

 

KQED Television station auction sale

 

"Colored" gal and kids from South at Sixteenth Street station in Oakland (Afro-Americans)

 

Labor pickets New Federal Building [05-03-62, 6 negatives]

 

New Electra gadget for parking meters that prevent pilfering

 

New type apartment with swimming pool in living room

 

Commissioning APL President Roosevelt (ship)

 

Richard M. Nixon and students at Dwinelle Plaza of UC Berkeley [05-04-62, ca. 11 negatives]

 

Richard M. Nixon with Students -- Dwinelle Plaza, UC Berkeley(May 04, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185, [05-04-62.10]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Richard M. Nixon speaks to a large crowd at UC Berkeley. Nixon in crowd signing autographs.
 

North Beach SPUR (San Francisco Planning and Urban Renewal Association?) meeting

 

Playing ancient Chinese instruments (Mrs. Quock, Nancy Isaac, and Anne Wheeler)

 

Southern Baptist convention

 

Council for Blind convention (disabled persons)

 

Poet and artist Raymond Duncan (Isadora Duncan's brother)

 

Open Boat season on San Francisco Bay [05-06-62, ca. 30 negatives]

 

Russian astronaut Titov in San Francisco and at UC Berkeley (Titov's wife and Cyril Magnin) [05-07-62 and 05-08-62, ca. 30 negatives]

 

Monsignor John Tracy Ellis

 

PTA convention (education) [various dates]

 

Female Barbershop Quartet

 

Old cable car to go to parade in Sonora

 

Strike at Burgie Brewery (labor) [05-08-62, 5 negatives]

 

Strike at Burgie Brewery(May 08, 1962) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 185, [05-08-62.04]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

A few picketers outside the Burgie Brewery at Tenth Street and Bryant Street (labor).
 

Spring opera

 

Evangelist Dr. Bebe Patton

 

Aboard Hope (ship) (Captain E.H. Hope greets first "colored" man Melvin Garrison as Chief Steward) (Afro-Americans)

 

Dr. Han Van Blankenstein and H.E. Van Ravenstein at Netherlands' Consulate

 

Man and children picket PMA

 

New editor of Foghorn Bruce Diaso

 

Oral polio immunization (health)

 

Books for Nairobi

 

Submarine Permit (ship) runs over Matson freighter (ship)

 

Baby elephant "Dumbo" from India

 

Maestro Enrique Jorda

 

Hats (fashion)

 

Bachelor's Ball

 

Prince (German Shepherd dog)

 

Photographer Ruth Bernhard with photos [05-13-62, 2 negatives]

 

Three women admitted to Bar (law)

 

Planned Parenthood meeting

 

Guy Wright on diving tank

 

Morris Halperin

 

Dr. Daniel Lieberman

 

Siamese twins

 

Watermelon eating contest

 

Tip-toppers beauty contestants

 

Jewish actor and singer Theodore Bikel

 

Vagadu Varda rescued from San Francisco Bay (daughter of artist)

 

KQED auction (public broadcasting)

 

Two African baby elephants

 

Columbus Circus

 

Welthy H. Fisher with autobiography

 

Howard Young

 

Richard M. Nixon at South San Francisco High School [05-24-62, 10 negatives]

 

Richard M