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Found in 230 Collections and/or Records:

Alfred Wesson papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 5035
Overview Alfred "Al" Wesson is best known as the composer, while a student at USC, of "All Hail"-- USC's current alma mater song-- for a student fundraiser called "Campus Frolics of 1923". The other song he wrote for the opening of Frolics was "Cardinal and Gold" which also became a perennial favorite, played at Trojan football games and countless other university events. In addition to Wesson's musical ability, he served as the University's first full-time...
Dates: 1924-1974

George Harrison Whitney collection on Winston Churchill and Los Angeles

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 7026
Overview George Harrison Whitney's research and correspondence regarding a visit made by Winston Churchill to Los Angeles in 1929. The collection includes newspaper clippings, mostly from the Los Angeles Times, that range from the 1920s to the 1980s. Winston Churchill spent three weeks in California in September of 1929, his only visit to the American West. He arrived in Los Angeles on September 17th, spending nine nights in the Los Angeles area. The purpose of the trip, which started in Seattle and...
Dates: 1920s-1980s

George Harrison Whitney papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 7005
Overview This collection cosists primarily of information on the Van Nuys and Lankershim families, pioneers in Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley, and the development of the Valley. George Harrison Whitney was President of the Van Nuys Foundation.
Dates: 1897-1963, undated

Henry Lane Wilson papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 0002
Abstract Correspondence, clippings, publications, photographs from the career of diplomat Henry Lane Wilson (1859-1932), with particular reference to U.S. relations with Mexico, including the "El Chamizal" border dispute.
Dates: 1910 - 1940

Wisconsin clippings scrapbook

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 6102
Overview Scrapbook of newspaper clippings. Subjects include political and social events in Wisconsin and the United States, obituaries, statistics, and cartoons.
Dates: circa 1930s

Women At Work records

 Collection
Identifier: 0417
Overview The Women at Work records, 1978-2014, document the founding, and programmatic and fundraising activities of this social service non-profit agency. Women at Work was founded in 1979 as the Women's Public Policy Research Center (WPRCC) to study issues surrounding women in the labor force. In 1980, the name was changed to "Women at Work". The founding members, Barbara Burke, Marge Leighton, and Betty Ann Jansson, served as co-executive directors of the organization, which is headquartered in...
Dates: 1978-2014

J.E. Woodhead collection of Roycroft Press and Elbert Hubbard materials

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 0162
Abstract This small collection contains letters, essays, broadsides, clippings, and photographs, created by and for Elbert Hubbard, an American writer, publisher, and philosopher, and founder of the Arts and Crafts community of Roycroft. The materials were collected by J.E. Woodhead in the course of his book collecting activities. In addition to publications produced by Hubbard's Arts and Crafts community, Roycroft, and by the Roycrofters, it also contains letters from the Hubbards to the J.E. Woodhead...
Dates: 1896 - 1915

Zeta Phi Eta records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 5054
Abstract The professional speech fraternity known as Zeta Phi Eta was founded in 1893 at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. The USC chapter was founded by Irene Phillips Kuhl in 1921. (The fraternity was officially named the National Professional Speech Arts and Speech Sciences Fraternity for Women; now it is known as the National Professional Fraternity in Communication Arts and Sciences, the oldest national group of its kind. The seven boxes in this collection contain the...
Dates: 1894-1993

Ailing Zhang papers

 Collection
Identifier: 3032
Abstract Zhang Ailing (Chang Ailing, Eileen Chang) was a Chinese author whose well-known literary texts include The Rogue of the North, The Golden Cangue, and The Rice Sprout Song. Her works, considered to be among the best Chinese literature of the 1940s, examined the themes of marriage, family, love, and relationships in the social context of 1930s and 1940s Shanghai. Zhang’s writing depicted paradoxical human natures, powerlessness, and sorrowful truths in everyday life without the political subtext...
Dates: 1943-2004

Zobelein family collection

 Collection
Identifier: 7009
Overview The Zobelein family collection consists of photographs, maps, clippings, ephemera, and realia that documents the history of the Zobelein family and the brewing industry in Los Angeles in the late 19th and 20th centuries. The collection includes images of the Zobelein family house and descriptions of the real estate tracts owned by the Zobeleins; publications, photographs and ephemera documenting the Zobelein family business, the Los Angeles Brewing Company; and recollections and reports about...
Dates: 1856-2006