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Abstract The Elizabeth Paull Bunje Papers include correspondence, notes, schedules, maps, photographs, course catalogs, financial records, newspaper clippings, poetry, class reunion memorabilia, a diploma, and other materials documenting Bunje's experience during and after her time at Scripps College from 1927-1931.
Found in: 02 - Ella Strong Denison Library
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.
Abstract The Hawkins Family Collection of Pomoniana includes an assortment of Pomona College and high school materials belonging to Pomona College alumni Vera Hawkins ('09), Georgia Hawkins ('12), Joseph Hawkins (x’19), and JoAnn (Hawkins) Hayward (’42).
Abstract The Kenneth Morgan Slide Collection features an assortment of 35mm slides related to the Pomona College Class of 1919 and its reunion activities, as well as images of campus buildings, student activities, and the early City of Claremont.
Collection — MixedMaterials: 006
Abstract This collection contains the correspondence and financial records of various clubs, associations, organizations, and publications of Pomona College. Organizations include the Associated Students of Pomona College (ASPC), Glee Club, and The Student Life newspaper. The majority of the materials date from the early 20th century.
Dates: 1896-1967 and undated; Majority of material found within 1920-1939
Dates: 1981 October - 1983 April
Abstract Published weekly by the Associated Students of Pomona College, The Student Life is the oldest college newspaper in Southern California. The paper is student-managed and written for the Claremont McKenna, Harvey Mudd, Pitzer, Pomona, and Scripps colleges.
- Subject: Student newspapers and periodicals X