YMCA of the USA.
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
This orphan collection contains one letter signed "Your son Allen" written to his mother shortly after the First World War.
Letters written by both Betty and Walter Boadway while Lt. Walter Boadway, AEF was stationed abroad at the 8th Aviation Instruction Center in Italy, and later in Paris, France during the First World War One.
This collection contains one letter from an unknown American solider during the First World War.
This collection consists of letters written by Sgt. Clyde D. Eoff, AEF, to his mother, sisters, and father, from 1917 to 1942. Also included in this collection are photographs, postcards, and miscellaneous ephemera.
This collection is the papers of Irvin C. "Ernie" Chapman, '33, and contains documents relating to his service as a trustee of Chapman University, and also contains personal documents, such as ephemera relating to his travels to Europe.
This collection contains approximately 50 letters from Ch (1st Lt.) Paul Sheldon Johnson, AEF (YMCA) to his family during the First World War. Also included are narratives, a bound collection of photocopies, and one lunch menu.
A collection of various pamphlets collected by Charles C. Chapman and arranged by him in subject files.
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.
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.