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Overview The Ballet Folklorico Mexicapan Papers contain the history of the Ballet Folkorico Mexicapan company, which existed for ten years from 1973 to 1983. Led by Benjamin Hernandez and Patricia Barrigan, the company aimed to preserve and display the rich traditions of Mexican folklore through dance, leading workshops and events. The collection contains flyers and programs for these events from throughout these years, as well as photographs of the dancers and company paperwork.
Dates: 1972 January 21 - 1995 April 22
Abstract This collection contains materials related to orange and citrus cultivation in California in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Items include advertisements, vendor guides, labor documents, photographs, artifacts relating to production and packing, and a sizable collection of souvenirs and products offered to tourists and consumers. Developed by author, researcher, and avid collector David Boulé, this collection contains many valuable resources relating to the California citrus industry,...
Overview This collection contains materials related to student activism and political protests at the Claremont Colleges, as well as the responses to current events and student actions made by campus administration. Beginning with protests sparked by events at Claremont McKenna College in November 2015, it contains news articles, emails; blog posts, flyers, and other print and web materials regarding student activism at the Claremont Colleges. Additions have been made through 2016 and 2017, containing...
Dates: 2015 - 2017
Abstract This is an artificial collection created by Special Collections staff to contain the various visual materials purchased or donated that do not fit into other collections. Currently, the collection contains photographs, artist screenprints and photos, posters, and historical broadsides. This is a growing collection and new materials will be added as they are acquired.
Dates: 1870-2017 and undated
Abstract This collection consists of propaganda posters from both World War I and World War II from the perspective of the Allied powers. While the majority of the posters in this collection are products of the United States government, this collection includes some posters from other countries, Britain and France, and from nongovernmental organizations such as the American Library Association, the Red Cross, the YMCA/YWCA, and private businesses.