Diaries, photographs, and printed material, 1930-1985, of Jay Call of San Luis Obispo, California. Diaries primarily concern Call's work and personal life, including jobs working for an ice producer and working with water pumps. There are also entries about trips that Call and his family take to places such as Charlestown, New Hampshire, as well as entries about the sickness and death of Call's father. Also includes 41 photographs, primarily of Call, his family members, and trips that he took. Finally, there is a copy of Call's drivers license from 1968 and a letter written to Call from his sister in 1985, as well as other printed material.
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Jay Call Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.