A view of the inscription on the west side of Harper Hall. The writing reads: "This building is a symbol of a house not made with hands wherein shall dwell the spirit of truth, justice and compradeship. - Ellen Browning Scripps"
Academic libraries; Books; Bookcases; Books and reading
Professor Charles Burton Fahs, a professor of oriental studies who held a joint appointment at Pomona College and the Claremont Colleges, sits at a desk and looks at an atlas. The plaque on the wall behind him reads: "John Treanor - 1883-1935 -...
Original landscaping plans on tissue paper, designed and signed by influential Southern California landscape architect Ralph D. Cornell. The edges of the tissue paper are protected with clear tape and there is a tear near the bottom right corner of...
Harvey Mudd College; Norman F. Sprague Memorial Library; Pitzer College; Scripps College; Claremont Graduate University
Aerial view of Harvey Mudd College campus looking west, 1971. Also includes Scripps College campus, Claremont School of Theology, parts of Pitzer College and what is now called Claremont Graduate University.
Professor and Mrs. Charles C. Stearns at their home on Tenth Street, the location where Harper Hall was eventually built. Charles Stearns was professor of biblical history and literature at Pomona College from 1906 to 1924.