Subject Source: TGM II, Genre and physical characteristic terms
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Dates: 1935 and undated
Item — Box 3, Item: 3
Abstract The collection contain correspondence, diaries, writings, photographs, reports, article clippings, and booklets that document the experiences of American missionaries and educators in China. This collection was assembled through the China Missionaries Oral History Project at Claremont Graduate School from 1969-1971. The collection covers the years 1889-1972 with the bulk of the material ranging from 1910-1950.
Dates: 1889-1972 1915-1945; Majority of material found within 1915 - 1945
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,...
Item — Box 3, Item: 1
Overview Black-and-white and tinted postcards dating from 1906 to 1969 (bulk 1920 to 1939). The bulk of the collection is arranged geographically. The materials for Europe are particularly extensive, in particular for England, France, Italy, and Spain; there are also postcards for North Africa and the Middle East. The number of postcards for the United States is small, and relates primarily to national parks. A relatively small number of postcards is organized by person (primarily artists) or subject....
Dates: 1889-1969.; Majority of material found within 1906 - 1969
Abstract This is a collection of the personal papers of Arthur Mayers, and it includes papers from the Unity Club of the Los Angeles Fellowship, items from the Lost Angeles Police Department's civilian defense program, personal photographs, and travel memorabilia from Concord, Massachusetts.
Dates: 1906 - 1943
Abstract The Padua Hills Theatre was built in 1930 by an investment syndicate under the direction of Herman Garner as part of the Padua Hills real estate development in the foothills above Claremont, California. Envisioned as a colony for local artists, the development included an arts and crafts shop, performing arts center, and 300-seat theatre facility that also housed a dining room, a kitchen, and an exhibition room where craft items could be displayed and sold. The theatre presented productions...