Rizzo, Martin. Dissertation. “No Somos Animales: Indigenous Survival and Perseverance in 19th Century Santa Cruz, California.” Available online through the University of California’s escholarship platform.
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Leon and Jeannette Rowland collection (MS.051). Collected research documents on the history of people and places in Santa Cruz County from pre-statehood California to 1951. Included are scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, articles, writings, notes, notecards, and other research documents created and collected by Leon Rowland and his wife Jeannette. The collection also includes a small amount of original pre-statehood documents concerning land ownership in California.
Postcard Collection (MS 467) This collection contains postcards and postcard packets from the Santa Cruz area, California counties, the United States, and some international locations.
Santa Cruz Ephemera Collection (MS 72). This collection contains ephemeral material arranged by broad topics such as Santa Cruz City, Santa Cruz County, Entertainment, Business, Education, Religion. Boxes 1-9 contain early pre-1950 material.
UCSC Digital Collections Online: Includes the Santa Cruz Historical Photograph Collection. This collection contains hundreds of images of Santa Cruz County from the nineteenth century to the present day.