The history of the "hopelessly inadequate" pre-Rains Center athletic facility and natural critter residence.
The Archives have recently put together the Women's Union Collection, which contains documents, photographs, publication copies, and other program ephemera dating from 1982 to 2014.
The Archives Book Catalog, organized into two lists, one by title [pdf] and the other by author [pdf], is designed to provide users access to the Archives' print materials. We...
The George W. Marston Correspondence Collection is the latest finding aid published by the Archives.
Three programs for musical evenings from the late 1880s-early 1890s offer a glimpse of one aspect of the College’s life in its first years and a sense of the broader community of which it was a part.
Were you a member of one of Pomona's fraternities or sororities? Are you a current KD, Nappie, or Sig Tau? Do you have memorabilia relating to one of Pomona's past fraternities or sororities?
Although no longer familiar items today, hatpins were a must-have fashion accessory for women from the late 1880s through the 1920s. Well-known actresses and film stars of the time, such...
We are pleased to receive a gift from Robin Brisco who gave us some photographs of the Pomona College Orchestra. The photographs belonged to Charles Chester Brisco who was a member of the class of 1919.
Please join us on Alumni Weekend for an exhibition of materials from the Pomona College Archives' collection of historic scrapbooks and photograph albums, as well as examples of current student blogs.
This image, which maintains no identifying information, was recently found by Archivist Jamie Weber among alumni records in the basement of Seaver House. Can anyone help us identify the wedding party or the date?