Found in 169 Collections and/or Records:
This "Account in Detail of the Chinese Relief Expedition of 1900," appears to be a personal narrative. Dated from July 15, 1900 to November 15, 1900, it relates one military unit's involvement in the Allied effort to stop the Boxer Rebellion of 1899-1901. It includes day to day accounts of number killed, wounded, captured, camp sites, allies, and general activities.
The Rabbi Morton J. Cohn Collection consists of materials collected since Cohn's school days until his death, including correspondence, more than 2000 sermons, plays, personal documents, photographs and materials regarding the various congregations he served. There are scrapbooks and newspaper clippings regarding both Cohn and his wife Sally and current events, in addition to index cards, pamphlets, research notes and plaques.
The Lester Earnest papers document the fraternal organization Phi Lamba Xi, of which earnest was a member during his time at San Diego state. Highlights include the fraternity's newsletter, a group photograph, and the spring 1954 handbook of the Delta Xi chapter of Sigma Chi. The collection consists of meeting minutes, newsletters, rosters, a handbook, a photograph and some negatives. It dates from 1925 to 1954, and materials are filed chronologically.