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The Dorothy W. Baruch Collection includes typed and handwritten manuscripts, articles, editing notes, diplomas, correspondence, a calendar, and other materials documenting Baruch's life as a teacher, child psychologist, and author of books for parents and children.
Two scrapbooks, mainly Pomona College events, 1932-1936, photos, clippings, and programs. Muriel Beadle McClure wrote These Ruins are Inhabited about OxforD She was married to George Beadle, Nobel Prize winner and president of the University of Chicago. Pomona College 1936
Mostly government publications and conference proceedings on the Colorado River, clippings, and correspondence.
Scrapbook/photo album dealing with Berlin between 1951-1954. Includes James B. Conant, U.S. Ambassador to Germany.
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.