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Written by Laura Sorvetti one year ago

Recently Digitized: Howard Louis’s Scrapbook, 1927–1933

This post was written by Isabel Brady (ECON, ’20), a student assistant in Special Collections and Archives.  This quarter, Special Collections and Archives digitized Howard Louis’ scrapbook from the Louis Family Papers. Howard, known to his friends and family as

Written by Katie Sheetz four years ago

Sister’s Inn: Re-discovering a San Luis Obispo business

In the fall of 2014, Special Collections and Archives acquired a box full of photos, newspaper clippings, and magazines. As a Special Collections Student Assistant, it is my job to reach back through the years and find the story that

Written by Wendy Myren five years ago

A Jewish family in San Luis Obispo

The Sinsheimer Family, circa 1893 (Sinsheimer Collection, Special Collections and Archives, California Polytechnic State University, 036-8-05-122-05-01)

Wendy Myren is a history graduate student (Spring ‘15) completing an internship in Special Collections and Archives. She is working on a project to organize the correspondence of the Sinsheimer family of San Luis Obispo. This is the final post

Written by Wendy Myren five years ago

Railroad Corporations and World War– Sinsheimer meets with Roosevelt

Wendy Myren is a history graduate student (Spring ‘15) completing an internship in Special Collections and Archives. She is working on a project to organize the correspondence of the Sinsheimer family of San Luis Obispo. This is the fourth in

Written by Wendy Myren five years ago

The hidden history within letters: the Sinsheimer Family Correspondence

Wendy Myren is a history graduate student (Spring ‘15) completing an internship in Special Collections and Archives. She is working on a project to organize the correspondence of a historic family of San Luis Obispo. This is the first in