Welcome to the latest series on our blog: Travel Tuesday. Each Tuesday we’ll post images featuring Northern California hotels, motels, inns, and lodges from our Eastman Originals Collection. Today’s post highlights hotels in Alturas, California.
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This week’s feature in our Theater Thursday series takes us to Yuba City, California. The image below, from our Eastman Originals Collection, was taken in 1957. Did you ever attend a movie at the Sutter Theater? If so, please share your memories with us.
Today’s post marks the end of our Theater Thursday series. We hope that you’ve enjoyed seeing a number of the theaters in Northern California. Stay tuned as we launch a new series next week.
May 8, 2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the Smith-Lever Act, the legislation that formally established the Cooperative Extension Service as the outreach arm of land-grant universities. Visit the University of California Cooperative Extension website for more information about their history.
Below is an image from our University Archives Photograph Collection.
In celebration of May is Bike Month, here is an image from the University Archives Photograph Collection.
Here is a recap of previous posts that we have done on some of our collections that focus on bicycles and bicycling.
The William Clauson Cycling Collection contains bicycling books, journals, trade publications and directories, racing programs, rule books, posters, comics and other materials relating to bicycling.
The Matthew Sarna-Wojcicki Collection contains periodicals that focus on bicycles and cycling. Titles include: Velo-News, Winning, Berkeley Bike Club Newsletter/Pneusletter, Cycle, Cycling USA, NCNCA (Northern California/Nevada Cycling Association) Newsletter, and NORBA News: official publication of the National Off-Road Bicycle Association.
Dale Lott (1933-2004), Professor of Psychology and Wildlife and Fisheries Biology, worked on the design of bicycle paths in Davis. His Papers contain some materials related to the usage, design, and evaluation of bicycle lanes, as well as 35mm slides of bicycle lanes.
Our University Archives Photographs contain images of bicycles and bicyclists on campus.