The Jensen Family Papers document the family39;s immigration to the United States from Germany and years in the Hayward area of California through correspondence, sketches, and extensive secondary source materials collected by family members.
Carlos Bee served as California State Assemblyman for the 13th District from 1954, when he was first elected to the office, until 1974, when he died at the age of 57. Collection consists of legislation files and memorabilia.
The University Advancement collection contains records which were used to promote CSUEB both among the students and faculty as well as alumni and other persons involved with the University. The collection contains publications, photographs, and assorted papers used for promotional purposes.
With physical library buildings on the Hayward Hills and Concord campuses as well as a robust online presence, the University Libraries support the teaching and research missions of the University’s students, faculty, and staff. The collection contains records of the beginnings of the library in 1957 with the founding of the university, construction of the library buildings, exhibits, library publications, reports, and committee minutes.
The collection consists of 3 Series: Photographic Materials, which contains prints and negatives, postcards, stereographs, and colored glass slides, arranged by subject and alphabetically; Papers, which contains lectures, publications, publicity, and personal papers, arranged by subject and chronologically; Objects, which are arranged by subject and chronologically where applicable.
The Instructional Media Center Collection forms a visual record of the development of the CSUEB Campuses and staff. The collection contains catalogs, films, photographs, and slides used for educational and promotional purposes.
The Division of Administration and Finance is comprised of many departments including Athletics, Facilities Development and Operations, Finance, Foundation and Enterprise Operations, Human Resources, Risk Management and Internal Control, Student Health and Counseling Services, University Parking Services, and University Police Department. The records in this collection document the site selection and construction during the early years of the campus in the Hayward Hills through oral histories, committee minutes, reports, master plans, and budget reports. This collection contains textual, photographic, and audio-visual materials.
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