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Ray Yoshida papers, circa 1895-2010, bulk 1950-2005

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Series 12: Scrapbooks , circa 1895-circa 2005
1 Linear foot
Boxes 8-10, 13

There are eight scrapbooks in this series. Three of the scrapbooks containing source images, clippings, and comics, appear to have been created by Yoshida. Five additional scrapbooks were created by others that were collected by Yoshida: a child's scrapbook containing many clippings about the Dionne quintuplets, a scrapbook from the early 1900s containing clippings and ephemera, a scrapbook with clippings about juvenile delinquency that appears to have been created by a student for a class, a scrapbook full of assorted cards, and a detailed travel scrapbook created by Edward and Edna Hillier.
The scrapbooks by Ray Yoshida are grouped together at the beginning of the series, followed by scrapbooks created by others.
The scrapbooks by Ray Yoshida have been digitized. The scrapbooks by others have not been digitized.
Description Container Select
Ray Yoshida Scrapbook of Sewing Instructions and Other Clippings, circa 1960-circa 1969
8
31
Ray Yoshida Scrapbook of Comics, circa 1960-circa 2005
Oversized material housed in Box 13, Folder 5.
8
32
Ray Yoshida Scrapbook of Advertisement Clippings, circa 1971
9
1
Child's Scrapbook by Unidentified Creator, 1936-1937
9
2
Edward and Edna Hillier Scrapbook, 1940
9
3
Steven Weil Political Science Scrapbook, 1956
10
1
Unidentified Person's Scrapbook of Idioms and Puns, circa 1895-circa 1905
10
2
Unidentified Person's Scrapbook of Card Collection, circa 1960-circa 1990
Scrapbook might have been created by Ray Yoshida
10
3
Oversized Ray Yoshida Comics Scrapbook digitized with Box 8, Folder 32, circa 1960-circa 2005
13
5

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