This page contains links to the finding aids created by the Lucretia Hanson Little History Room.
A finding aid is a descriptive guide to an archival collection. It may contain biographical or historical information about the person or organization who collected or created the material. It also contains an inventory of the contents of the collection. Each finding aid can be on the History Room website and on a printable PDF, and the XML (EAD/MARC 21) code is also viewable.
This is only a small selection of the finding aids available. Please contact the History Room for more information.
LHLHR-0001: Nancy M. Skinner Photograph Collection, ca. 1893-1948 and undated (bulk ca. 1922-1938)
A collection of 36 photographs of Warm Springs Beach, the Mountain Theater, Muir Woods National Monument, Tamalpais Conservation Club, two portraits, and views of Mill Valley and Mt. Tamalpais in the late 19th century and early 20th century.
LHLHR-0002: San Francisco Photographers Photograph Collection, ca. 1865-1920 (bulk 1880-1900)
A collection of 7 photographic portraits of the first Town Clerk, the relatives of John Reed, and a view of San Rafael, CA.
LHLHR-0003: Charles “Chuck” Ford Photograph Collection, ca. 1894-1925, 1985 (bulk ca. 1900-1925)
A collection of photographs of Mill Valley in the late 19th century and early 20th century.
LHLHR-0004: Lucretia Hanson Little Papers, ca. 1833-1977 and undated (bulk 1885-1900, 1940-1966)
A collection of photographs, assorted artwork, and notes, correspondence, and other materials regarding the history of California and some of its historical persons compiled by Lucretia Hanson Little, the first town historian for Mill Valley, CA.