Antiphonaries--Illustrations; Music--Manuscripts; Manuscripts, Medieval; Illumination of books and manuscripts, Flemish; Illumination of books and manuscripts, French; Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern)
Barnard, George W.; Balderston, John L. (John Lloyd), 1889-1954; Del Rey Players; College theater; Theatrical productions; Loyola University of Los Angeles
1932-1933 Season playbill: The Del Rey Players of Loyola University present "Berkeley Square" by John L. Balderston, directed by George W. Barnard, produced by special arrangement with Samuel French Co., on May 1st and 2nd, 1933.
Photographic portrait of John Black. Text at top border in hand of J. D. Black: "Dad." Text on back of photograph in hand of J. D. Black: "Mr. John Black Big Pine Cal." Based on the photographer and the similar border, this photograph was probably...
Site of first business of John Black in Bishop, California. Figure to left of tree on right may be John Black. Inscription on accompanying grocer's ticket, most likely in hand of his son J. D. Black: "WHERE JOHN BLACK STARTED BUSINESS BLACK'S...
Boltenstern, Werner von, 1904-1978--Travel; Jewish Refugees--China--Shanghai--History
Traveling log book of Werner von Boltenstern containing handwritten statements, official stamps, and permissions to stay from local officials - such as police stations, immigration departments, district and municipal offices - with dates and...
Capbern, A. Martial; Weinstock, Jack; Gilbert, Willie, 1916-1980; Del Rey Players; College theater; Theatrical productions; Advertising; Loyola University of Los Angeles
1967-1968 Season playbill: The Del Rey Players of Loyola University at Los Angeles present "Catch Me If You Can" adapted from the French by Weinstock & Gilbert, directed by A. Martial Capbern, in Theatre Spectrum 1967-1968.
Christmas decorations; Jesus Christ--Nativity; Schools--China--Shanghai
Christmas display of the nativity scene with the infant Jesus surrounded by Mary, Joseph, the Magi in front of a landscape backdrop of mountains, palaces, trees, and sheep. The scene of annunciation to the shepherds is shown on the left.