Clippings (information artifacts)
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Acorne family letters
This collection contains letters from Melville G. "Curley" Acorne to his wife Beatrice Marian (Bomani) Acorne, 1915-1919; and letters from John B. "Jack" Acorne to his parents Melville G. and Beatrice M. Acorne, 1942-1945. Collection also includes undated letters, postcards, newspaper clippings, funeral notice for Curley Acorne.
Adobe Squares of Petaluma records
This collection contains the Adobe Squares square dance club of Petaluma, California, records, photos and event materials covering the entire span of the club's history.
Byrd Weyler Kellogg papers
This collection contains Santa Rosa, Calif. radio station KSRO transcripts; "We the women" daily column; misc. newspaper clippings; screenplays; short stories; and poems, as well as personal effects such as membership cards, wallets, and a diary.
LumaCon comic convention for youth collection
This collection contains materials associated with the annual LumaCon comic convention for youth, held in Petaluma, Calif. Includes T-shirts with logo; art; posters; fandom wall posters; newspaper clippings; and notes. Additional items are added each year.
Lyndi Brown collection of Petaluma promotional materials
This collection contains newspaper clippings, photographs, brochures, and other marketing materials about the City of Petaluma. Includes video and other material on the 1979 Analy High School video class production on the Petaluma-Santa Rosa Railroad, Our train down Main.
Newspaper clippings of Petaluma fires
Collection consists of a scrapbook of clippings from Petaluma, California newspapers (primarily the Petaluma Argus-courier (Petaluma, Calif. : 1928), on the subject of fires in and around the city between 1933 and 1934.
Petaluma school clippings
This collection contains newspaper clippings concerning Petaluma (Calif.) schools, primarily from the Argus-Courier newspaper.
Sonoma County Reads collection
This collection contains materials used for promoting the Sonoma County Library's Sonoma County Reads program from 2002-2011, undertaken with the financial support of the California State Library.
William F. Heintz papers
The collection contains personal papers and research materials accumulated by author and wine historian William F. Heintz. Includes business records, correspondence, newspaper clippings, personal records, transcripts of audio recordings, photographic material, video recordings, winery history manuscripts, notes and memorabilia.The materials focus on the history of wine and wineries in Sonoma and Napa Counties California, particularly in the areas of Alexander Valley and Sonoma Valley.