Citrus fruit industry -- California.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Overview This subseries contains the notes and drafts related to the writing of Charles C. Chapman's autobiography, Chares C. Chapman: The Career of a Creative California 1853-1944, which was edited by Donald H. Pflueger, published by Anderson, Ritchie, and Simon, Los Angeles, 1976. Divisions pertain to the thematic chapters of his book.
Scope and Contents One book length biography of Frank Marion Chapman by his daughter, Grace Chapman McCarn. Also, 2 biographical essays: one mimeographed typed essay was written by Charles C. Chapman, Frank's brother, and the other handwritten essays was written by Joyce Marion Chapman, Frank's granddaughter. Grace Chapman McCarn had a daughter, Mary McCarn Campbell, Mary McCarn Campbell died in 1983 in Seal Beach. Wayne Campbell, son of Mary McCarn Campbell, married Aileen and they had a daughter, Annika...
Series — Document-box 1, Folder: 4
Scope and Contents This folder contains a collection of unused fruit can labels from the 1940s and 50s for products sold or grown in California, many associated with farms and canneries from the Central Valley. This is comprised of 30 can labels, purchased from The Book Shop. 1 label, "A-Okay California Fruits", Los Angeles1 label, "Briardale Boysenberries", San Francisco1 label, "Trupak Boysenberries", San Francisco1 label, "Trupak Unpeeled Nectarine Halves", San...
California's orange dream: a unique collection of orange souvenirs, citriculture, and industry marketing material
Unprocessed — Multiple Containers
Series — Box 1
Overview The papers of Charles C. Chapman include files he personally kept and organized and a few items such as his academic robe, some photographs and some citrus fruit labels that his family deposited at a later date. Charles C. Chapman's papers include his files pertaining to his long association with Chapman College, speeches he gave on over 400 occasions, copius notes by topic for his autobiography, pamphlets and news articles of interest to him, and personal and business papers.
Collection — Document-box 1
Overview A collection of ephemera related to tourism, farming, and the citrus industry in early 20th century California.
Series — Box 1
Scope and Contents The Frank Marion Chapman Papers consists of mostly business records relating to his real estate interests in Covina and Los Angeles, California. In addition, they include papers related to his political activities, and his personal files which contain various business cards, correspondence, the Bennett Medical College class schedule, and biographies and a family history written by his daughter, Grace Chapman McCarn and biographical sketches by his brother, Charles.
Unprocessed — Folder 1
Sub-Series — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This sub-series contains the deed of purchase for Palmetto Grove, purchased by Frank M. and Wilhelmina Chapman, and the title search by Title Insurance and Trust Company, Los Angeles, CA. There is one folder of citrus fruit labels--Etna Green Golden Eagle brand (M. Baldridge, Covina)--one original and one copy, and one original label of Chapman's Golden Eagle Brand California Oranges, Grown and packed by Frank M. Chapman, Covina, California.It also contains two copies of citrus...
Overview These files consist mostly of ephemera belonging to Charles C. Chapman with the exception of some biographical notes and the newspaper obituaries deposited by family. This small collection contains Mr. Chapman's business cards and calling cards, a small amount of business ephemera from Chapman Brothers publishing in Chicago and his citrus business in California. Biographical and genealogical information is reprinted from various sources.
Sub-Series — Multiple Containers
Overview Photographs of the Charles Clarke Chapman family and formal portraits of Charles Chapman.
Overview Personal scrapbooks of Charles C. Chapman of mostly newspaper clippings on topics of interest to him--politics, religion, family, Chapman College and the citrus industry and cover Southern California cities such as Los Angeles and Fullerton where he resided. The 10th and final scrapbook was assembled following his death on April 6, 1944 and consists of obituaries and condolences.
Overview Speeches of Charles C. Chapman given at various events and reflecting his interests in religion, Chapman College, politics, and the citrus industry, to name a few.
Series — Document-box 1, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents An advertisting poster listing the benefits of oranges and the vitamins they provide, distributed by the Education Department, California Fruit Growers Exchange. Printed by Rand McNally & Company, Publishers (Chicago, Illinois).