Academic Senate agenda, minutes and working papers for both the Credit and Non-Credit Divisions. Incomplete from 1970 to the early 2000s. Material in later years is unprocessed, and newer materials will need to be acquired from the Academic Senate Offices.
Shelved in boxes by date. Centers division materials (Non-Credit) prior to district reorganization in 1990-91 are housed in two separate boxes. The collection is shelved from the North-East corner, extending along the East Wall of Rosenberg 335.
Two bound accessions books for the SF Junior College/City College of San Francisco libraries. These reflect book acquisitions from item 00001 through item 51401, 1936-1955, including purchases and gifts. Many early acquisitions were noticed by libarians in Guardsman Newspaper articles, and large gifts, including the initial gift from the University of California are recorded. Some samples of books from the early era have been retained, as they were removed from the general collection, and are shelved in Archives as examples of the relationship between accession enumeration and book processing.
See also: People files for some of the major donors.
Shelved in the cabinet on the East wall of Rosenberg 335.
Accreditation reports 1956- bound volumes shelved. Related papers boxed. Note: Archives holds bound volumes and some incidental reporting from visiting teams. Archives does not hold official correspondence between Chancellors, Presidents, Board Members, the Western Association of Schools and Colleges or the Accrediting Commission for Community & Junior Colleges.
Shelved on the North wall of Rosenberg 335.
For the most recent Self Study, mid-term reports, and associated documents, please see the College Accreditation Site.
Several files and binders on the selection of Administrators circa 1985-2000, including CV and resumes for many administrative personnel.
Shelved on the West wall of Rosenberg 335.
See also: administrators by last name in the People files.
Alice Anspacher Myers provided books for Merchant Ships Libraries during World War II. After the war she donated many of these to the San Francisco Junior College Library (now CCSF). Each book bears an invocation to the reader, handwritten by Mrs Myers, and an address for readers to correspond with her about the books. The variety of titles is of some interest, and the appeal to each reader is thoughtful as well as innovative.
The collection of Alice Myers books are located on top of the cabinet along the South-West corner of R335.
File folders and boxes, containing various documents related to SFJC/CCSF anniversary celebrations and exhibitions. Contents vary.
Located in file folders on Shelves in the SouthWest corner of R335.
Annual reports, financial reports, financial plans, budgets, etc. varied by format and title, 1959- 2009 (incomplete). Includes published "Annual Report to the Public" published in the late 1990s to the early 2000s.
Shelved on the West wall of Rosenberg 335.
One box containing papers, contracts, copyrights and photo reproductions on cd/dvd discs, related to the writing and production of the Arcadia book "City College of San Francisco" by Austin White, Valerie Mathes and Julia Bergman, 2010.
Shelved on the East wall of Rosenberg 335.
See also: A box of pamphlets written by Austin White for the 70th Anniversary celebration, shelved with Anniversary material near the South West corner of Rosenberg 335.
See also: Three photos not created or held by CCSF, used in the Arcadia book.
City College Library Archives are located primarily in Rosenberg 335, phone 415-452-5410, with some materials shelved in Rosenberg 334B; and bound Guardsman newspapers in Rosenberg 517. In addition, the Diego Rivera Collection is housed in Rosenberg 510.
Please note: Prior to 1970 City College was part of the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD). While we hold some materials from this period, many other materials pertinent to City College are held in the SFUSD archives at the San Francisco Public Library. These materials from 1854-2005 (bulk 1874-1978), are held in the San Francisco History Center, Main Library, Collection number SFH 3.
Two boxes of varied materials concerning Articulation and Transfer, circa 200-1010. Located on the West Shelves, top center, in Rosenberg 335.
Agenda and minutes for Associated Student council from 1936-19[xx].
Bound in red and located on shelving along the West wall in R335.