University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library
7.0 cubic feet 13 boxes, 9 oversize
Largely comprised of newspaper clippings from English-language newspapers from the People's Republic of China, 1987-1990, which focus on political and economic questions and the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989. Also includes general books and pamphlets on Chinese education, culture, politics, economics, and business, maps, and similar material collected by an American couple living and teaching for four years in China. The most important materials are several fragmented posters with large character recording what happened inside the campus of the Heilongjiang Normal University in Northeast China, regarding what had been happening in the capital Beijing. Among them, the fragment of a poster dated 4 June 1989 at 7:30 is rare evidence of that historical event. Includes complete editions of China Daily from May 16 to June 6, 1989. Also includes articles on education, culture, politics, economics and business. Includes wall maps, tourist maps, books and booklets on Chinese history, ... Read More
University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library
4.0 linear feet
This collection contains recordings and documentation of the Brown and Haley Lecture series.
University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library
1.0 linear feet 1 box
Benjamin Apthorp Gould (1824-1896) was the founder and first editor of the Astronomical Journal. Gould was involved in the establishment and operation of the National Observatory at Córdoba, Argentina. The collection contains Gould's correspondence with M. Thome, reports, meteorological and astronomical information, and lunar photographs taken in 1918.
University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library
7.5 linear feet 15 boxes
Wood was a pioneer surveyor of the Pacific Northwest from 1883 to 1932 who worked at or visited sites including the Puyallup Valley, Auburn, Fort Nisqually, St. Joseph’s Mission near Yakima, Fort Simcoe, the Whitman Mission, Fort Dalles, Steilacoom, and other sites in Washington and Oregon. The collection consists of diaries and a photo album.
University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library
0.25 linear feet 1 album
The album contains photographs of logging operations in Washington state near Hoquiam, the Moclips River, and the Tacoma waterfront.
University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library
4.0 linear feet 9 boxes including booklets, pamphlets and clippings
John M. Canse was pastor for the University Methodist Episcopal Church in Seattle, Washington, during the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition of 1909. This collection contains booklets, pamphlets, and maps on the history and development of cities and counties in Washington, Oregon, and other states. It also includes materials on railroads, highways, bridges, expositions, national parks and forts, and George Washington.
University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library
6.0 linear feet 6 boxes
Includes records of the programs, activities and general operation of the Alumni Office of the College of Puget Sound (now known as University of Puget Sound).
University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library
132.0 linear feet 132 boxes plus three cartons of clippings, two large ledgers, and a pile of loose newspapers in folders
This collection documents Homer T. Bone's political career, his role in the development of public electrical power in the Pacific Northwest, and regional politics. This collection contains documents, clippings, scrapbooks, artifacts, photographs and two large ledgers.
University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library
1.5 linear feet 1 box and 4 scrapbooks
Tacoma resident John Main Coffee (1897-1983) was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives for Washington State, 1937-1946. The collection contains papers, correspondence, speeches, photographs, campaign literature, clippings, press releases and scrapbooks.
University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library
19.0 linear feet 19 boxes
This collection contains the records of R. Franklin Thompson, President of the University of Puget Sound (formerly the College of Puget Sound), in Tacoma, Washington, 1942-1973.