Four New Archival Collections Ready for Research
Tuesday, August 21st, 2012
Posted by Jamie Henricks
Four finding aids from Special Collections and University Archives are now available on the Online Archive of California! The Pepperdine University Archives Individual Files, the Pepperdine University Archives Individual Photograph Files,the Kenneth Hahn collection, and the Zeta Kappa collection (all processed as part of the NHPRC project) are briefly described below.
The Pepperdine University Archives Individual Files is a collection created by Special Collections and University Archives staff and consists of biographical information, article clippings, correspondence, publications, memoranda, and speeches about former faculty, staff, donors, distinguished guests, and other individuals associated with Pepperdine University. Materials are filed alphabetically by individual’s last name. Click here to view the finding aid.
The Pepperdine University Archives Individual Photograph Files is a collection created by Special Collections and University Archives staff and consists of photographs, slides, and negatives of former faculty, staff, donors, distinguished guests, and other individuals associated with Pepperdine University. Materials are filed alphabetically by individual’s last name. Click here to view the finding aid.
Kenneth Hahn was a former Los Angeles County Supervisor and Los Angeles City Councilman who served for over 40 years, making him the longest serving elected official in California’s history. The Kenneth Hahn collection contains materials about Hahn’s life and passing, including photographs, collected obituaries, and items from a public television program on Hahn produced after his death entitled “A Salute to Kenneth Hahn”. Click here to view the finding aid.
The Zeta Kappa collection contains materials related to Zeta Kappa, a local sorority on the Pepperdine campus in existence from 1938 to 1996. Materials in the collection include scrapbooks documenting sorority activities and members; annual member lists and accomplishments of the chapter; photographs and slides of sorority events; and memorabilia related to events and activities of the sorority. Also included are materials from the Zeta Kappa Alumnae Association, including newsletters, photographs, histories, correspondence, and event invitations. Click here to view the finding aid.
For more information about the collections, or to set up an appointment to use the collections, please email email@example.com.
Harry S. Truman shakes hands with Kenneth Hahn. This photo is one of many in the collection taken with United States presidents; most are signed and dedicated to Kenneth Hahn. (Click the image to view it larger.)