The James and Barbara Graves Endowment in Economics, Linguistics & Education

Established by David Graves

This subject endowment was established in honor of David Graves’ parents to provide enriched support for UCSC library collections in economics, linguistics, and education. Endowment income is used to acquire books, journals, reference works, archives and manuscripts, video recordings, electronic databases, and any other materials that will lend depth, character, and distinction to UCSC Library collections in these areas.

The late James Graves graduated in 1936 from UC Berkeley, where he studied economics and rowed on the Varsity Crew, and went on to a successful career in industrial real estate. Barbara Graves graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in Economics in 1938 and served the children of California as a distinguished educator.