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Asian Newspaper Clippings Collection

 Collection
Identifier: H1997.2
Abstract: This collections contains newspaper articles about foreign relations between Japan, China, India, Korea, Mongolia; Russia, Germany and America, and internal politics in Japan, China, India, Korea, Mongolia.
Dates: 1902-1926

Bernard H. Craven playbill collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: H-Mss-0242
Scope and Contents The largest playbill collection at the Libraries comes from the estate of Bernard H Craven 1905-1992 of Redlands. He amassed a collection of about 3,000 playbills from the United States and Europe. The playbills include drama, dance, music, and film productions from the early 1920s to 1992.
Dates: 1897 - 1992

Robert J. Bernard papers

 Collection
Identifier: H-Mss-0123
Scope and Contents CGS/CUC President
Dates: 2009 - 2009

Kathleen Bernath Papers

 Collection
Identifier: H-Mss-0124
Abstract Kathleen Bernath, the great-granddaughter of Harris Newmark, was the Americana Cataloguer at the Henry E. Huntington Library for 16 years before serving as Director of the Upland Public Library. She and her husband moved into Claremont Manor and she spent years volunteering as Head Librarian of Claremont Manor Library. This collection contains articles, clippings, correspondence, and photographs relating to Kathleen Bernath’s life and career, including family photographs and materials relating...
Dates: 1914-2005

Chan Doo Sung papers,

 Collection
Identifier: H-Mss-1061
Abstract Chan Doo Sung (1898-1971) was born in Canton, China. At age 18, Chan set sail from China on the S.S Shinyo Maru. He was admitted into the U.S. as a student and entered the U.S. at Angel Island in San Francisco in 1916. Chan came to intern with his uncle, who ran Chinese medicine offices in the U.S successfully, so to speak and learn English and take over one of the offices. Chan got married in 1922, and practiced Chinese herbal medicine for more than a decade til he ran out all the herbs he had...
Dates: 1925-1941 and undated

Marion Frances Chevalier papers

 Collection
Identifier: H-Mss-0177
Abstract This is a collection of the personal papers of Marion Frances Chevalier and includes her financial statements, real estate transactions, personal photographs, and travel ephmera.
Dates: 1865 - 1983

Claremont Colleges Chicano Latino Student Affairs Records

 Collection
Identifier: H-Rss-0178
Abstract Includes records of Claremont Colleges Chicano Latino Student Affairs (Chicano Studies Center) beginning with the establishment of the center in 1969. Records have been added consecutively every year and include a range of materials, from publications to financial statements, as well as correspondence and promotional material for social events. Student involvement in campus events and political activism are also reflected in newspaper clippings, flyers and other materials in the collection.
Dates: 1967-2018

Marie Rankin Clarke collection

 Collection
Identifier: H-Mss-0211
Abstract Collection of books, papers, and scrapbooks belonging to Marie Rankin Clarke and Chauncey D. Clark. Items include several reproductions of German religious artwork, a set of the People's Pocket Series books, and a set of travel and tourist guides to Hawaii (1935-1938) and Australia (1938).
Dates: 1842-1965

Colcord (Daniel H.) Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 0224
Scope and Contents Vita, correspondence, Claremont history, women's organizations
Dates: 2009 - 2009

Edith Potter Papers

 Collection
Identifier: D-Mss-2022
Overview Edith Potter (1920-1999) was a Professor of German at Scripps College from 1967 to 1990. The Edith Potter Papers include Potter's manuscripts, typed and handwritten notes, photocopies of academic literature, correspondence, photos, awards, and microfilm. These materials document Potter’s life in Germany before and after World War II as well as her career as a professor and distinguished scholar in the United States. Potter was beloved and honored by the Scripps community for her contribution to...
Dates: Majority of material found in 1949-2000