Title: Ephemera Collection
Collection number: 071
Engh, Michael, S.J.
Von Boltenstern, Werner
37 archival document boxes, 2 oversize boxes
Loyola Marymount University. Library. Department of Archives and Special Collections.
Los Angeles, California 90045-2659
Abstract: The majority of Collection 071 consists of leaflets, pamphlets, programs, photographs, brochures, broadsheets, and newspaper
clippings, on a run of topics that ranges from travel and tourism to Roman Catholicism.
Languages represented in the collection:
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[Identification of item], Series number, Box and Folder number, Ephemera Collection, 071, Department of Archives and Special
Collections, William H. Hannon Library, Loyola Marymount University.
Donors have included Werner von Boltenstern and Reverend Michael Engh S.J., but the bulk of the collection consists of gifts
from anonymous donors.
The librarian who processed this collection, and at what date, is unknown. Bri Wong encoded the guide to this collection in
Ephemera are defined as"things lasting only a day" or non-permanent printed items. Items not originally meant to be saved
such as; advertisements, medals, menus, memorabilia and keepsakes can be found in this collection. The majority of Collection
071 consists of leaflets, pamphlets, programs, photographs, brochures, broadsheets, and newspaper clippings. In total the
collection comprises over 900 primary-source items dating from the nineteenth century to present day. Most of the collection
dates from the 1950's and 1960's. Donors have included Werner von Boltenstern and Reverend Michael Engh S.J., but the bulk
of the collection consists of gifts from anonymous donors.
The Ephemera Collection contains a number of documents addressing Catholic and Jesuit interests (Series 3) and a number of
documents related to travel and tourism, both nationally and internationally (Series 1).
The collection is organized into three series (with numerous subseries in each series) based on topic.
- Series 1: Travel and Tourism
- Series 2: Miscellaneous
- Series 3: Religious
The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in
the library's online public access catalog.