Howard, Clinton Newton, 1902-
Title: Clinton N. Howard Papers
Date (inclusive): 1939-1950
0.2 linear feet
Abstract: Clinton Newton Howard (1902-1973) served as Professor of History at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). This
small collection contains correspondence related to Eric A. Beecroft (1903-2001) and his position as a Professor of Political
Science at UCLA. Also included are several files related to the University of California loyalty oath in 1949-1950.
Physical location: Researchers should contact Special Collections to request collections, as many are stored offsite.
University of California, Davis. General Library. Dept. of Special Collections.
Davis, California 95616-5292
Collection number: MC261
Language of Material: Collection materials in English.
Clinton Newton Howard (1902-1973) served as Professor of History at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Scope and Content Note
Arrangement of the Collection
The collection is arranged in two series: Correspondence and Loyalty Oath.
The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Howard, Clinton Newton, 1902---Archives.
Beecroft, Eric Armour, 1903---Correspondence
Sproul, Robert Gordon, 1891-1975--Correspondence
University of California, Los Angeles--History
Collection is open for research.
Sara Gunasekara processed this collection with assistance from student employee Michelle Xie.
Gift of Clinton Nelson Howard.
[Identification of item], Clinton N. Howard Papers, MC261, Department of Special Collections, General Library, University
of California, Davis.
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