Fullerton (Calif.) -- Biography
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 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.
Dates: 1853 - 1944
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.
Dates: 1844 - 1967
Overview 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.
Overview A collection of various pamphlets collected by Charles C. Chapman and arranged by him in subject files.
Dates: 1881 - 1940
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.
Dates: 1876 - 1956
Sub-Series — Multiple Containers
Overview Photographs of the Charles Clarke Chapman family and formal portraits of Charles Chapman.
Dates: 1884 - 1967
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.
Dates: 1905 - 1944
Sub-Series — Flat-box 2
Identifier: RG. 16.1
Overview The Bruce Brown scrapbook contains primarilty newspapers articles that include histories of First Christian Church of Fullerton, South Park Christian Church, Los Angeles, Charles C. Chapman, Freemasonry, Ku Klux Klan in Los Angeles, women's rights, etc. There is a little primary material, in the form of a letter, a Spokane Base Ball Club season pass, and church event flyers and notices. There is also some commentary on post-its by previous owners of the scrapbook, remarking on the content of...
Dates: 1899 - 1950