Found in 74 Collections and/or Records:
A collection of Pomona College Office of Admissions papers and materials from 1961 to 1993. Items in the collection include reports, meeting minutes, correspondence, faculty files, applicant and admissions statistics, and tuition policy proposals.
The David Alexander Collection contains a wide-range of materials relating to Pomona College’s institutional history, including administrative correspondence, event materials, and building and campus organization files. The bulk of the collection includes materials previously housed in the Pomona College President’s Office and spans over a century in scope, from 1888 to 2001.
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.
The Jean and Arthur Ames Scrapbook Collection contains examples of paintings, enamel panels, tapestry designs, murals and drawings created by Jean and Arthur Ames. The original title of the scrapbooks was “Art in Collaboration - Ceramic Tile Decoration, Enamel, Mosaic, Tapestry, Painting, Drawing.” The collection covers the years 1929-1980 with the bulk of the material ranging from 1934 to 1939 and 1967 to 1974.
The Ballet Folklorico Mexicapan Papers contain the history of the Ballet Folkorico Mexicapan company, which existed for ten years from 1973 to 1983. Led by Benjamin Hernandez and Patricia Barrigan, the company aimed to preserve and display the rich traditions of Mexican folklore through dance, leading workshops and events. The collection contains flyers and programs for these events from throughout these years, as well as photographs of the dancers and company paperwork.
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.