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Selected photographs from Many Faces, One UCSF, an exhibit created by the UCSF Archives and Special Collections for the UCSF Library in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the University of California, San Francisco.
The exhibit highlights just a few of the many people who have made UCSF a global center for health science innovation, education and patient care. Explore unique images and dive into 150 years of research and service at UCSF.
The Eric L. Berne digital collection features scanned documents and images from six related collections held at UCSF Archives and Special Collections. Materials document the work of Eric Lennard Berne, a practicing psychiatrist, lecturer, and author, best known for his development of the theory of Transactional Analysis (TA). The author of eight major books, including the bestseller Games People Play, Berne was also a consultant in psychiatry at Mt. Zion Hospital and the McAuley Neuropsychiatric Institute (St. Mary’s Hospital) in San Francisco, and an Associate Psychiatrist and Lecturer in Psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center. He founded the International Transactional Analysis Association (ITAA) in 1964.
This collection includes correspondence, reports and academic plans, administrative records, publications, ephemera, audio-visual recordings, photographs, slides, bound volumes, and artifacts documenting the history and activities of the California College of Pharmacy and UCSF School of Pharmacy and its students from 1872 through the late 2000s.
The Reinhard S. Speck Cholera Collection
Reinhard Staniford Speck (1921-1993) was a Professor of Microbiology at UCSF and an avid book collector. Among the rarest items in the collection are 265 pamphlets and reports, presented here digitally.