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American Occupation of Japan, Voices of the Key Participants

The Pacific Basin Institute produced a 10-part documentary series The Pacific Century, in 1993. This collection contains digitized video from Part 5, "Reinventing Japan," which focuses on post-World War II Japan. Key figures of the American occupation government were interviewed about their contributions and views.

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Published by : The Pacific Basin Institute

Topics: history political science 

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Types: moving image 

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Antiquities of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity

The artifacts in this collection represent part of the antiquities of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity. The items are mostly eastern Mediterranean in provenance, originating from ancient Greece, Cyprus, Anatolia, Syria, Palestine, Egypt, and neighboring regions. A fair proportion of the collection dates to the Bronze Age, but every period thereafter is represented up to the fourth century of the current era. Although the majority is earthenware, other artifacts include objects of glass, ceramic, stone, metal and Cypriote.

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Published by : Claremont Graduate University. Institute for Antiquity and Christianity

Topics: religion history anthropology social science 

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Types: image still image 

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Aztec Regalia by Javier Galvez

The objects in the Aztec Regalia Collection were entirely handcrafted by Javier Galvez, a lecturer in the Chicano Latino Studies department at Pomona College. In addition to lecturing at Pomona College, Mr. Galvez has led the Aztec dance group Danzantes del Sol.

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Published by : Pomona College

Topics: geography. anthropology. recreation. 

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Types: image still image 

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Bessie Bartlett Frankel Collection of Travel and Early Los Angeles Music

Housed in the Ella Strong Denison Library at Scripps College, the Bessie Bartlett Frankel collection features a lifetime of work involving international travel, civic engagement and philanthropic support for the arts in general, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Los Angeles, and the Historical Society of Southern California.

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Published by : Ella Strong Denison Library

Topics: history 

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Types: image still image 

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Boynton Collection of Early Claremont

Morrill G. Boynton, Pomona College 1904, was an amateur photographer. His collection of glass plate negatives, housed in Honnold/Mudd Special Collections, candidly and personally capture aspects of life in Southern California, especially Los Angeles, Claremont, and Pomona College. Most of these images in the Boynton Collection were shot between about 1900 and 1905.

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Published by : Honnold Mudd Library. Special Collections

Topics: history 

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Types: image 

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Bulletin of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity

The Institute for Antiquity and Christianity is a center for basic research on the origins and meaning of the cultural heritage of Western civilization. The Bulletin of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity is published periodically under the auspices of the Society for Antiquity and Christianity for the general information of persons interested in the research programs of the Institute.

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Published by : Claremont Graduate University. Institute for Antiquity and Christianity

Topics: history religion 

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Types: text 

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CODEE Learning Assets Library

The Consortium for Ordinary Differential Equations Experiments (CODEE) seeks to disseminate, promote and evaluate information on the use of computer experiments and software related to ordinary differential equations (ODEs).

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Published by : Harvey Mudd College. Mathematics Department

Topics: sciences 

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Types: text 

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California Water Documents

The bulletins of the California Department of Water Resources and its predecessor agencies present findings from hundreds of investigations conducted throughout the years from one end of the State to the other.  The collection also contains materials pertaining to the creation and operation of the Central Valley Project, the California State Water Project, and their component units.

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Published by : Honnold Mudd Library. Special Collections

Topics: history 

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Types: image text 

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Campi Phlegraei, Observations on the Volcanoes of the Two Sicilies

The two volumes of the Campi Phlegraei (1776) and the Supplement to the Campi Phlegraei (1779) provide a firsthand report from Sir William Hamilton which documents the late eighteenth century eruptions of Mount Vesuvius and are important to the science of volcanology due to the precise descriptions of the changes in the appearance of the volcano, the lava flows and other volcanic activity. Displayed here in their entirety, these books contain text in both English and French and 59 hand-colored plates with accompanying explanations.

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Published by : Honnold Mudd Library. Special Collections

Topics: social science history geography 

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Types: image text 

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Ceramics Highlights from the Williamson Gallery

An international collection of contemporary ceramics, including American, British, Japanese, Korean, and Mexican works. The collection's core is focused on West Coast ceramics, especially the work of the "Otis Group," who challenged the traditional direction of the field of ceramics in the mid-1950s.

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Published by : Scripps College. Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery

Topics: fine arts 

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Chikanobu and Yoshitoshi Woodblock Prints

Examples of late 17th century to early 20th century Japanese woodblock prints from the Scripps College Collection of Japanese Prints by the artists Chikanobu (1838-1912) and Yoshitoshi (1839-1892).

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Published by : Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery. Scripps College

Topics: fine arts history 

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Types: image 

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City of Claremont History Collection

The City of Claremont History Collection documents the development of Claremont from its boom years at the end of the nineteenth century to the present day. Composed of photographs over a one hundred year span, the collection provides a glimpse of Claremonts past through photographs of its buildings, neighborhoods, local landscape, and daily life. This project is a work in progress, so please check back for updates.

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Published by : Honnold Mudd Library. Special Collections

Topics: history 

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Types: image 

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Claremont Colleges Photo Archive

Historical photographs from the five undergraduate colleges and two graduate universities of The Claremont Colleges are housed in the Libraries' Special Collections. As part of an ongoing digitization project, photographs depicting aspects of college life, buildings, and landscapes are digitized to provide online access to The Colleges' archival photographs for teaching and research.

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Published by : Honnold Mudd Library. Special Collections

Topics: history 

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Types: image 

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Claremont Colleges Sustainability Archive

The archive contains materials related to the efforts at The Claremont Colleges to create a more sustainable campus, one that minimizes the colleges’ impacts on resources and the environment. Teams of faculty, staff, and students applied for funding as part of a three-year pilot-program to implement projects that assess the colleges’ environmental impacts, recommend and implement measures to limit adverse environmental impacts, and evaluate the success of those measures.

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Published by : Claremont Colleges

Topics: social science 

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Types: text image dataset moving image 

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Claremont Coptic Encyclopedia

The Claremont Coptic Encyclopedia (CCE) will initially include approximately 2800 articles published in The Coptic Encyclopedia (Aziz S. Atiya, ed. NY: Macmillan, 1991). The CCE will continuously add updates and new topics from the growing body of scholarship in Coptic studies at institutions worldwide. The scope of articles includes Coptic language and literature; Copto-Arabic literature; Coptic art, architecture, archaeology, history, music, liturgy, theology, spirituality, monasticism; and biblical, apocryphal, social, and legal texts.

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Published by : Claremont Colleges Library

Topics: religion 

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Types: text 

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Claremont Discourse Lectures

The Claremont Discourse Lecture Series was established in spring 1998. Its main function is as a forum for faculty at The Claremont Colleges to present current research, publications, and creative projects.

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Published by : Libraries of the Claremont Colleges

Topics: general works 

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Types: moving image 

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Claremont Mormon Studies

The Claremont Mormon Studies collection contains videos and related materials selected from courses, lectures and conferences of the Mormon Studies program at Claremont Graduate University's School of Religion.  Currently, the collection consists of video presentations, papers and other records from the Mormonism Through the Eyes of Women:  Envisioning New Spaces for Theology and Practice conference which was held in March 2009.

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Published by : Claremont Graduate University. School of Religion

Topics: religion 

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Types: image text moving image 

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Connie Martinson Talks Books

Connie Martinson taped more than 2,500 interviews with prominent authors of fiction and nonfiction for her television show that spanned over 30 years. Included in the collection are interviews with Maya Angelou, Ray Bradbury, Al Gore, Rosa Parks, Gore Vidal, Barack Obama, Studs Terkel and Joyce Carol Oates.

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Published by : The Drucker Institute

Topics: general works language and literature 

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Types: moving image 

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Conservation at the Williamson Gallery

To showcase conservation projects at the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, images documenting the work prior to conservation, select stages of the treatment process, and the work after conservation accompany each object record of this collection. Fourteen Asian scroll paintings are currently available with more conservation documentation to be added as completed.

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Published by : Scripps College. Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery

Topics: sciences fine arts 

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Dr. Walter Lindley Scrapbooks

The Lindley Scrapbooks were assembled by Dr. Walter Lindley (1852-1922), early resident of Los Angeles and prominent physician. Covering the period from 1861 to 1921, the scrapbooks are a testament to the impact Lindley had on the development of the city of Los Angeles. Included are letters from noteworthy members of Los Angeles society, clippings from regional newspapers, photographs, pamphlets, leaflets, and booklets.

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Published by : Honnold Mudd Library. Special Collections

Topics: history 

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Types: image text 

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Drucker Archives

Peter F. Drucker, a social ecologist, writer, consultant, and retired professor, was highly influential in the practice of management. Drucker worked with some of the world's largest businesses, small and entrepreneurial companies, nonprofit organizations, consulted for government agencies in U.S., Canada, Japan, and published 41 books, numerous articles and papers.

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Published by : Claremont Graduate University. Drucker Institute

Topics: social science 

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Types: moving image text  

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Edward Ellerker Williams Notebook

This manuscript notebook created by Edward Ellerker Williams (1793-1822) dating from about 1819-1820 was the notebook on which Williams was working just prior to his unfortunate fatal sailing accident with Percy Bysshe Shelley in 1821.  In his notebooks Williams recorded his travels during his stint in the Navy then afterward on the Continent with his friends and family, and are an important source for study of Shelley's last days.  This notebook contains many sketches, botanical specimens, fragments of poems, and one particular pencil portrait that might be of Shelley.

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Published by : Honnold Mudd Library. Special Collections

Topics: history fine arts language and literature 

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Types: image text 

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Edward Vischer Drawings, Photographs and Other Material

A German born artist who immigrated first to Mexico and then to California, Edward Vischer (1809-1878), sketched and photographed California missions, trees, mountains, rural scenes, and mining operations in the second half of the 19th century. Honnold/Mudd Library Special Collections houses one of the largest collections of Vischer drawings, lithographs, albumen prints, and bound volumes.

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Published by : Honnold Mudd Library. Special Collections

Topics: history fine arts 

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Types: image 

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Ernestine Schumann-Heink, a Contralto’s Legacy

Ernestine Schumann-Heink (1861-1936), renowned Austrian, naturalized American, contralto/mezzo soprano, was courted by the major composers of her day, including Gustav Mahler, Richard Strauss, and Johannes Brahms to perform their works. Thus, it is not surprising to find that over her long career she had collected more than 1,125 music manuscripts representing the work of 640 professional and amateur composers.

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Published by : Honnold Mudd Library. Special Collections

Topics: fine arts history music 

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Types: image text 

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Fashion Plate Collection, 19th Century

The collection is comprised of over 700 images of nineteenth-century fashion plates in the Macpherson Collection of the Ella Strong Denison Library at Scripps College. The full-color fashion plates were gathered from a variety of women's periodicals and other mass-circulating publications from 1789 to 1914. The images are primarily from France, Britain, America, and Spain, and depict scenes of nineteenth-century middle and upper-class life with an emphasis on the leisure practices of bourgeois women, men, and children.

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Published by : Ella Strong Denison Library

Topics: fine arts social science 

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Types: image 

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Francisco Goya Prints

Francisco de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828) was one of history's most masterful printmakers and social satirists. Pomona College Museum of Art is proud to own first editions sets of all four of his etching series, a total of 211 prints.

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Published by : Pomona College. Museum of Art

Topics: fine arts 

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Types: image 

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Gradual from Maundy Thursday to the Vigil of Pentecost

This illuminated Renaissance manuscript, officially named "Denison Library, Perkins 4. Gradual. s. XVI," is a choir book that contains Latin text and plainsong music sung by cantors and choir at the Roman Catholic Church mass. The book was created in northern France, probably Rouen, in the early 16th century.

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Published by : Ella Strong Denison Library

Topics: music religion illumination of books and manuscripts 

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Types: image text 

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Growing a Digital Library

In 2003, the Libraries of the Claremont Colleges began growing a digital library by creating strategic plans, operating plans, background research, requests for proposals, user surveys, task forces and work groups. The collection continues to develop as the documents that are created in the process of running and expanding the Claremont Colleges Digital Library (CCDL) are revised, digitized and added to the collection.

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Published by : Claremont Colleges Digital Library

Topics: library science 

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Types: text 

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Guides to Manuscript Collections

Guides to Manuscript Collections at the Libraries of The Claremont Colleges provide access to detailed descriptions of various personal papers and manuscript collections held in Honnold/Mudd Library Special Collections and Ella Strong Denison Library. Special collections at the Libraries hold several hundred separate collections of literary and historical manuscripts, college records, and personal papers. They include a wide variety of materials, such as letters, diaries, photographs, literary manuscripts, and ephemera.

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Published by : Honnold Mudd Library. Special Collections. Ella Strong Denison Library

Topics: history 

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Types: text 

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Handbook of the Indians of California

Originally published in 1925, this monograph is a representative work of Alfred L. Kroeber’s (1876-1960) contributions to American Indian ethnology. Kroeber’s handbook provides a comprehensive look at the Indians of California and offers a foundation for the ethnographical study of California’s Native American cultures.

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Published by : United States. Government Printing Office. Honnold Mudd Library

Topics: history geography. anthropology. recreation. 

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Honnold Library Record

The Honnold Library Record was published by the Honnold Library Society between 1958 and 1975. The Record gives a glimpse at the collections and history of the Libraries of The Claremont Colleges.

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Published by : Honnold Mudd Library. Special Collections

Topics: history library science 

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Types: text 

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Interface Journal Archive

First published in 1973, Interface is a multidisciplinary journal dedicated to the promotion and dissemination of student research at Harvey Mudd College. In keeping with the college's broad educational objective, Interface recognizes outstanding student achievement in science, engineering, mathematics, the humanities and social sciences, and especially the intersections of these domains.

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Published by : Harvey Mudd College

Topics: sciences social science general works 

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Types: text 

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Italian Renaissance Manuscript Collection

On view in this digital collection are eleven autograph, signed letters written between members of the Medici family of Florence and others in their social and political circles, including Angelo Poliziano, the Sforza family, Palla Strozzi, and Francesco Guicciardini. Written between 1426 and 1522, the letters touch on a number of issues urgent to the House of Medici including military campaigns, political associations, and the trials of family life.

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Published by : Honnold Mudd Library. Special Collections

Topics: history 

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Types: text image 

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Ken Gonzales-Day Collection

Records of the creative output of artist and Scripps College professor, Ken Gonzales-Day. Included in the collection is his curriculum vitae, images used to compile art and publications, notebooks documenting research, and photographs and documentation of art installations.

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Published by : Scripps College

Topics: fine arts 

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Types: image text 

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Kenneth Hopper Papers on Management

Donated by Kenneth and Claire Hopper to the Drucker Institute at Claremont Graduate University, the Kenneth Hopper Papers on Management include original correspondence, manuals, memoirs and other documents related to the Civil Communications Section (CCS) under General MacArthur's command in Tokyo after World War II. These papers tell the story of how the Americans shared their industrial management know-how with some very able Japanese, eventually giving rise to the so-called Asian Economic Miracle.

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Published by : Claremont Colleges Library

Topics: social science 

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Types: image still image 

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Larry Oglesby Collection

The Larry Oglesby Collection consists of 35 mm color slides of flora and fauna taken by Professor Larry Oglesby, Professor Emeritus of Biology at Pomona College. Taken in the field, the slides depict plants such as Sky Lupine or Field Mustard and animals such as the Pacific Pond Turtle and Killdeer. The photographs were taken primarily in California and Oregon but photographs of the Shenandoah National Park in Virginia and other locations may also be found. Each item within the collection displays the color slide and Oglesby's notations on the slide mount.

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Published by : Honnold Mudd Library. Special Collections

Topics: sciences 

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Types: image 

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Lectures on Applied Psychology and Evaluation Science

Collected from symposia and colloquia hosted by the School of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences at Claremont Graduate University, these videos document addresses and debates held on campus in Claremont. Talks focus on key questions facing applied psychology, research, and evaluation science.

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Published by : Claremont Graduate University. School of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences

Topics: psychology 

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Types: moving image 

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Library Research, Publications and Events at The Claremont Colleges

Library Research, Publications and Events at The Claremont Colleges contains a variety of videos, and related materials, about the different activities that occur at the Libraries. Videos that depict the history of The Claremont Colleges and the libraries are also included in the collection. While many different activities occur at the libraries, two of the ongoing series include GIS Day and National Library Week.

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Published by : Claremont Colleges Library

Topics: library science general works 

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Types: moving image text 

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Mathematical Methods, Models and Applications

The purpose of this work is to give the college upper class (or graduate) student a glimpse into some important areas of applicable mathematics along with some experience in traditional and contemporary applications.

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Published by : Harvey Mudd College. Mathematics Department

Topics: sciences 

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Types: text 

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Matrimonial Investigation Records of the San Gabriel Mission

The matrimonial investigation records, or diligencias matrimoniales, are part of a collection of California materials gathered by William F. McPherson, an Orange County rancher, scholar and collector. Predominantly though not exclusively the records of Mission San Gabriel (other California missions are also represented), these investigations of the period 1788-1861 consist of notarized interviews with couples requesting marriage in the Roman Catholic Church. There are 165 investigations in all, with 173 men and 170 women being interviewed.

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Published by : Honnold Mudd Library. Special Collections

Topics: history anthropology 

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Types: text 

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Murals at Pitzer College

Murals are an integral part of the Pitzer College campus landscape with murals from Yandos Rios to Paul Botello to students who continue to create new murals.

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Published by : Pitzer College

Topics: fine arts 

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Types: image 

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Murals of Northern Ireland

Images of murals from Northern Ireland, principally West Belfast, Republican and Loyalist, painted during the recent period of Troubles. The images are records which include historical representation, political standpoints, community concerns, forms of ideological address.

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Published by : Claremont Colleges Library

Topics: fine arts history social science 

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Types: image 

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N.A. Chandler Gold Rush Era Letters

The N. A. Chandler Gold Rush Era Letters collection consists of fifty-six handwritten letters from 1855 to 1872. Newton Amos Chandler (1818?-1880) wrote these letters from San Francisco and California mining camps, and Nevada silver and gold rush locations. These letters offer insights on life in San Francisco, Virginia City, Civil War opinions in California and Nevada, and the opportunities and discouragements of a prospector. In addition, Chandler's letters provide some information on the settling of Nevada, Native American interactions, and the mining history of Northern California and Nevada.

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Published by : Ella Strong Denison Library

Topics: history 

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Types: text 

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Nag Hammadi Archive

The Nag Hammadi codices, thirteen ancient manuscripts containing over fifty religious and philosophical texts written in Coptic and hidden in an earthenware jar for 1,600 years, were accidentally discovered in upper Egypt in the year 1945. This immensely important discovery included a large number of primary Gnostic scriptures. These texts were once thought to have been entirely destroyed during the early Christian struggle to define "orthodoxy," scriptures such as the Gospel of Thomas, the Gospel of Philip, and the Gospel of Truth. The images in this collection were taken during the excavations and translation project of the 1970’s and record the environments surrounding excavations, visiting dignitaries, and the scholars working on the codices. The project has provided momentum to a major reassessment of early Christian history and the nature of Gnosticism.

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Published by : Claremont Graduate University. Institute for Antiquity and Christianity

Topics: history religion 

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Types: image 

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Paintings from the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery

Collection of paintings donated to Scripps College by General and Mrs. Edward Clinton Young in 1946. The majority of the works are in the Impressionist style and were painted by well-renowned American and European masters.

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Published by : Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery. Scripps College

Topics: fine arts 

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Types: image 

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Perkins Autograph Letter Collection

This portion of the John I. Perkins Collection provides access to original letters and documents written by such personages as American presidents and politicians, European statesmen, noted authors and artists. Printed ephemera such as contracts, certificates, and cards with original autographs and/or associations are found here as well.

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Published by : Ella Strong Denison Library

Topics: social science sciences history political science language and literature 

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Types: image text still image 

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Philbrick Library Collection of Theater Letters

Geraldine Womack and Norman D. Philbrick Library of Dramatic Arts and Theatre History is a major research collection on the history of English and American drama of the late seventeenth through the early nineteenth centuries. The digital collection includes the correspondence and printed ephemera by some of the greatest names in English theater, including David Garrick, Edmund Kean, Sarah Siddons, the several members of the Kemble family, Henry Irving, and Ellen Terry.

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Published by : Honnold Mudd Library. Special Collections

Topics: history 

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Types: image 

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Photography from the Scripps College Collection

19th- and 20th-century photographs selected to enhance students' understanding of the history of photography. Among these are photographs by Diane Arbus, Anne Brigman, Julia Margaret Cameron, Gregory Crewdson, Jack Delano, Roger Fenton, Francis Frith, Arthur Kales, David Octavius Hill and Roger Adamson, Russell Lee, Margrethe Mather, John Jabez Mayall, Emily Pitchford, and Edward Weston.

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Published by : Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College

Topics: fine arts 

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Pitzer College Art Galleries

Pitzer College’s permanent art collection is dedicated to established and emerging artists and comprises an eclectic group of works— paintings, sculpture, ceramics and photographs—assembled over the forty-five years since Pitzer College first opened its doors in 1963. The art galleries are committed to expanding their presence on the campus and within the art community at large providing exceptional examples of historic and contemporary works that reflect Pitzer College's commitment to its core values of social responsibility and intercultural learning.

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Published by : Pitzer Colleges

Topics: fine arts 

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Pueblo and Plains Indian Watercolors

The artworks in this collection were produced by artists from the Pueblo and Plains American Indian cultures in the early twentieth century. The works demonstrate a number of very fine examples of the broad aesthetic of American Indian Modern painting: they are representational, depicting flat figures with clear outlines and unadorned backgrounds. While primarily produced for outside audiences, the works are distinctly 'Native' in terms of their function as historical records of Indian life in the early twentieth century.

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Published by : Ella Strong Denison Library

Topics: social science history fine arts anthropology 

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Types: image 

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Remembering The Claremont Colleges

The interviews of Remembering The Claremont Colleges were conducted as part of the final project for an oral history class at Scripps College. More interviews, featuring memories from all of The Claremont Colleges, will be added to this collection in the future.

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Published by : Scripps College

Topics: history 

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Rose Institute's California Political History Archive and Database

The Rose Institute's California Political History Archive and Database chronicles California's election, redistricting and political history together with biographical information on state legislators and constitutional office holders since 1849.

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Published by : Rose Institute of State and Local Government

Topics: history political science 

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Sacred Text Conference Archives

The First Annual Conference of Religions is a conversation and exploration of passages addressing relationships with insiders and outsiders, and points of inclusivity and exclusivity, within the Sacred Texts of six groups: Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Zoroastrianism, LDS/Mormonism, and Hinduism.

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Published by : Claremont Graduate University. School of Religion

Topics: religion 

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Types: moving image 

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Samella Lewis Contemporary Art Collection

The collection focuses on contemporary artists, with a special emphasis on art by women and African American artists. Featured are mixed-media works by Stas Orlovski and Susan Rankaitis; drawings by Elizabeth Turk; prints by John Biggers, Elizabeth Catlett, Sue Coe, Floyd Coleman, Samella Lewis, Nancy Macko, Adrian Piper, Faith Ringgold, Alison Saar; and photographs by William Anderson, Joyce Campbell, Anton Hardt, and Carrie Mae Weems.

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Published by : Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College

Topics: fine arts 

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Scripps College Architectural Drawings

The architectural drawings, plans, renderings, and blueprints used in the construction of the Scripps College in Claremont, California reveal the conception of one of America’s most beautiful college campuses. The collection includes plans for major campus buildings such as academic units, campus support facilities, and student housing as well as plans for campus layout and infrastructure, including landscaping, and utility systems.

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Published by : Ella Strong Denison Library

Topics: fine arts history 

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Types: image 

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The Window

The bi-monthly newsletter of the Drucker Institute stimulates ethical leadership and effective management by advancing the legacy of Peter F. Drucker, the father of modern management. The Window is written by Drucker Institute staff and focuses on issues related to the institute’s recent work, news from the global network of Drucker Societies, and highlighted items from the Drucker Archives.

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Published by : Drucker Institute

Topics: social science 

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Twentieth Century Posters

Special Collections has amassed an excellent collection of 20th century political posters which document a variety of causes and movements worldwide. Nations have used posters as a means of communicating political ideology to their own populace; at times of war posters have been used to procure recruits, money, and resources to sustain the military campaigns. The posters held by Special Collections are focused in these areas: the U.S. during World War I and World War II, the Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945), the Cultural Revolution in China (1966-1976), and post-WWII Soviet Union.

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Published by : Honnold Mudd Library. Special Collections

Topics: social science history fine arts general works political science 

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Wayne Steinmetz Chemistry Education Resources

The Wayne Steinmetz Chemistry Education Resources Collection provides a thorough and introspective look at the vast body of work produced by Dr. Wayne Steinmetz in the course of his commitment to chemistry education at Pomona College.

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Published by : Pomona College

Topics: sciences 

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Wheeler Scrapbook Collection

The Wheeler Scrapbooks were a gift of Frank Wheeler, a real estate businessman, to The Claremont Colleges, and they chronicle life at Pomona College and in the city of Claremont from 1884 to 1938. The Scrapbooks were assembled with the assistance of Pomona College faculty member Edwin Charles Norton, as well as various other members of the community who provided items.

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Published by : Honnold Mudd Library. Special Collections

Topics: religion social science history geography political science 

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Women's Employment, United States and Great Britain in the Early 20th Century

Women's Employment, United States and Great Britain in the Early 20th Century is held in the Macpherson Collection by and about Women at the Ella Strong Denison Library, Scripps College. Contents include magazine articles, flyers, song lyrics, pamphlets, studies, and clippings, published by labor unions, women's groups, consumers' leagues, and government bureaus.

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Published by : Ella Strong Denison Library

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Women's Suffrage and Equal Rights

Held in the Macpherson Collection by and about Women at the Ella Strong Denison Library at Scripps College, the Women's Suffrage and Equal Rights Collection traces the development of the American women's suffrage movement with a significant focus on California's history.

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