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    • Guide to the Charles Lummis Photographs

    • Librarians--California--Los Angeles--Archival resources.; Historians--California--Los Angeles--Archival resources.; Editors--California--Los Angeles--Archival resources.; Civic leaders--California--Los Angeles--Archival resources.
    • The bulk of the Charles Lummis Photographs are of Peru, Native Americans in New Mexico, central Mexico, the San Fernando Mission in California, and portraits of friends and acquaintances of Lummis.
    • Guide to the Congregational Church papers

    • Congregational Church --Church History --California
    • The Congregational Church Papers brings together records from a number of Southern California Congregational Church organizations. The earliest records include those of the Congregational Ministerial Union of Los Angeles and vicinity, 1908-1934;...
    • Guide to the Marion Parks Papers

    • Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Description and travel; Los Angeles (Calif.) -- History; Santa Barbara (Calif.) -- History; California -- History
    • The papers of Marion Parks, a talented and resourceful personality in Los Angeles during the early 1900s, relate to the history of Southern California. Parks described herself as "a California historian." Her principal contributions in this...
    • Guide to the May Sarton Collection

    • May Sarton, 1912-1995, was a writer best known for her published personal journals, including Journal of a Solitude; she also published several acclaimed novels and volumes of poetry. This collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, articles,...
    • May Sarton, 1912-1995, was a writer best known for her published personal journals, including Journal of a Solitude; she also published several acclaimed novels and volumes of poetry. This collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, articles,...
    • Guide to the Hartley Burr Alexander Papers

    • Alexander, Hartley Burr, 1873-1939 – Archives; Scripps College (Claremont, Calif.)--Archival resources.; Scripps College – Faculty – Archives; Nebraska State Capitol (Lincoln, Neb.); Los Angeles Public Library; Rockefeller...
    • The Hartley Burr Alexander Papers contain correspondence, financial material, newspaper clippings, manuscripts, music manuscripts, and blueprints documenting Hartley Burr Alexander’s many educational and cultural activities. The collection...
    • Guide to the Brian Stonehill Papers

    • Stonehill, Brian--Archives.; Media programs (Education)--Archival resources.; Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.)--Archival resources.
    • The Brian Stonehill Papers contain correspondence, reports, notes, newspaper and magazine clippings, photographs, graduate school materials, and teaching materials. Documents relating to Brian Stonehill's establishment of the Media Studies Program...
    • Guide to the Joaquin Miller Collection

    • Miller, Joaquin, 1837-1913; Morse, Willard S. (Willard Samuel), 1856-1935; Frontier and pioneer life -- West (U.S.)
    • The Joaquin Miller (1837-1913) Collection of manuscripts and printed books was assembled by Willard Samuel Morse and purchased by the library in 1938. Morse's correspondence and typewritten notebooks concerning the collection are included. Printed...
    • Guide to the Scripps College Press Collection

    • Scripps College Press--Archives.; Scripps College (Claremont, Calif.)--Archival resources.
    • The Scripps College Press Collection contains academic records, administrative records, correspondence, financial material, and publications and printings created since the press’ inception. The collection covers the years 1941 to 2004 with...
    • Guide to the Mary Patterson Routt Papers

    • Scripps College; Routt, Mary Patterson; Women Journalists--United States; Journalists--United States
    • Mary Patterson Routt was one of the original signers of the founding articles for Scripps College and served on the college's first board of trustees from 1926 to 1965. She was also one of the first female Washington correspondents and had a...

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