Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
Charles S. Frey Memorial Bicycle Collection
The Charles S. Frey collection contains materials related to bicycling and bicycle enthusiasts ranging from pamphlets and periodicals to illustrations and comic books. It was created by Ruth Frey Axe in honor of her nephew, an airman who lost his life during World War II. She began collecting in 1956, and acquired diverse and hard to find items, including some of the earliest 19th century pamphlets on bicycling.
Matt Garcia Papers
Ruth George Collection of T.S. Eliot
John H. Gleason Papers
This collection contains the papers of John Howe Gleason, Pomona College professor of English History. Gleason led a distinguished teaching career and authored texts on English and British history. He travelled extensively in Europe, studied at Oxford University, and earned his Ph.D. from Harvard University. This collection contains book reviews authored by Gleason, reviews by others of his own work, research notes, correspondence, news clippings, navy training manuals, and maps.
Susan Lautmann Hertel Papers
The Susan Lautmann Hertel Collection includes illustrated poems, preliminary sketches, photographs and posters of oil paintings, and other materials by and relating to the artist Susan Lautmann Hertel (1930-1998), Scripps College class of 1952.
Arthur Hitchcock Music Manuscripts
This collection contains over twenty music manuscripts and personal papers of Arthur Hitchcock, pianist and music professor at Pomona College and Portland State University.
Roland Jackson Papers
This collection contains administrative documents, financial papers, promotional material, and photographs relating to the Kohoutek music festival at Pitzer College
Kruska Japanese Internment collection
Dr. Walter Lindley scrapbooks
The Dr. Walter Lindley Scrapbooks document through clippings, correspondence, and ephemeral materials Dr. Lindley’s most notable endeavors, including the formation and management of the California Hospital and nursing program, his candidacy for mayor of Los Angeles, the development of the Whittier State School, time served on the Los Angeles Public Library board and the founding of a tuberculosis sanitarium in Idyllwild.