Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection contains documents created by Alice Baldwin, Pomona College Class of 1913. An author, artist, and extensive traveller, Baldwin produced many diaries, drawings, stories, and other works during her life. This collection contains materials produced during and shortly before her time at Pomona College, as well as later correspondence to her daughter, Ruth McCuaig. Noteable materials include travel diaries, Baldwin's artwork and writings, and correspondence regarding Claremont...
Dates: 1906-1988 and undated; Majority of material found within 1906-1913
Abstract 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.
Collection — Multiple Containers
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
Abstract Arthur Macdonald Dole graduated from Pomona College in 1896. Throughout his life he was invested in the college as well as numerous other community organizations. This collection includes his family, civic, and business papers. There is correspondence relating to the history of Pomona College, a Civil War era diary by William B. Dole, and artwork by Arthur's wife, Fanny. There are also records and correspondence relating to the financial interests of the Dole family, including a furniture...
Abstract Professor Fred Felsch (1932-1998) taught history at Mt. San Antonio Community College during the school year and traveled for 22 summers with his family to Yellowstone National Park where he was a seasonal park ranger. An outdoorsman who cherished the United States National Parks, this collection focuses on Felsch's appreciation for the United States National Parks and Western Americana ephemera. A majority of the collection consists of books, brochures, pamphlets, periodicals and other...
Dates: 1857-1997 and undated; Majority of material found within 1950 - 1989
Abstract This collection contains materials relating to Arthur Henry Thomas Millier, Los Angeles Times art critic, and his family. Highly active in the early twentieth century Los Angeles art scene, Millier was responsible for helping to establish the reputations of California artists such as Emil Kosa and Millard Sheets, among others. This archive contains correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, diaries, and other personal materials from the Millier family. Items of note include original etchings by...
Dates: 1921 - 1975
Abstract The collection includes college advertisements, event and exhibition posters, student proclamations and broadsides, campus signage, College awards and certificates, student diplomas, and artwork primarily originating from Pomona College and its students from 1888-2020.
Abstract Collection consists of paperwork and materials collected over the course of normal business of the Pomona College Rembrandt club. Documents span 123 years of club history and include materials regarding the club’s history and documents on how it conducts its business including, but not limited to, meeting materials, financial documentation, scrapbooks, club history and club activities.
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
File — Box 1, Folder: 3
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The focus of this collection is the acquisition of visual materials that support the curriculum of the Claremont Colleges. Currently materials included materials relating to California history and locations, as well as historical WWII photographs. Growth is anticipated for this collection.