University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library
0.1 linear feet three folders
This collection is comprised of three original handwritten receipts for the purchase of slaves.
University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library
1.25 linear feet 3 boxes
This collection contains correspondence (bulk), minutes, reports and journals by Henry K. W. Perkins, C. Pitman, George Gary, Jason Lee, William Roberts, and others.
University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library
36.0 linear feet 36 boxes
Materials from two archaeological excavations and surveys in which Professor Douglas Edwards of the University of Puget Sound (Tacoma, Washington) served as director or consultant. Most of the material is related the Khirbet Qana (also known as Khirbet Kana or Cana) archaeological project in Israel, on the site of a historical village of Roman Galilee, eight miles northwest of Nazareth, on the north side of an important trade route, the Bet Netofa Valley. Other material is from the Chersonesos archaeological project (Black Sea Project), on a site in present-day Sebastopol, Ukraine.
University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library
49.0 linear feet
This collection contains records of the Board of Trustees of the University of Puget Sound, in Tacoma, Washington.
University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library
5.0 linear feet 5 boxes
Albert Weimer Bash of Port Townsend, Washington, was involved in the development of a scheme to extend U.S. railway lines across the Pacific Ocean and on through mainland China between 1895 and 1912 and was associated with the American China Development Company and the China Investment and Construction Company. The collection contains correspondence, photographs, maps, clippings, publications and papers.
University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library
6.5 linear feet 6 boxes, 12 maps
Frank Williston was a specialist in Far Eastern affairs, particularly Japan and China, who taught at the College of Puget Sound (now University of Puget Sound) before World War II. This collection contains materials on the political, historical and economic conditions in China, Japan, Manchuria, Malaya, Burma, Korea, Indonesia, Vietnam and Southeast Asia. It also contains correspondence pertaining to the Nanking Theological Seminary during the Nanjing Massacre in December 1937. The collection contains publications, reprints, pamphlets, reports, correspondence, maps, a transcript and a manuscript.
University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library
0.25 linear feet
This collection contains event programs for the the John B. Magee Lecture Series on Science and Values.
University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library
25.0 linear feet 25 boxes, 7 binders including documents, photographs and artifacts
Abby Williams Hill (1861-1943) was a painter and social activist, who lived in Tacoma, Washington, and is recognized for her paintings of the North Cascades and Yellowstone National Park. Topics of the collection reflect her involvement with early Tacoma and Washington State history, the Great Northern and Northern Pacific Railways, the National Park System, and the Congress of Mothers. The collection includes paintings, works on paper, correspondence, diaries, daybooks, photographs, and Native American artifacts.
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
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).