Guide to the Hollis P. Allen Collection of Japanese-Philippine materials

Finding created by Russell Michalak
Special Collections, Honnold/Mudd Library, Claremont University Consortium 2008
Libraries of The Claremont Colleges
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Descriptive Summary

Title: Allen P. Hollis Collection of Japanese-Philippine materials
creator: Allen, Hollis P.
Dates: 1946
Abstract: Hollis P. Allen, Professor of Education at the Claremont Graduate University (1929-1960) served in the Philippines in World War II. Allen realized the historical importance of the Japanese propaganda being produced during the occupation, and the destruction of Philippine documents and books. The collection has newspapers, speeches, correspondence, posters and other publications, 1942-1945.
Extent: 1 foot (2 boxes)
Repository: Claremont Colleges. Honnold/Mudd Library.
800 N. Dartmouth Avenue
Special Collections, Honnold/Mudd Library
Claremont University Consortium
Claremont, California 91711
Collection Number: H1960.1
Languages: Languages represented in the collection: English
Physical Location: Special Collections, Honnold/Mudd Library. Claremont University Consortium.

Information for Researchers

Restrictions on Access

This collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

For permissions to reproduce or to publish, please contact Special Collections Library staff.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Hollis P. Allen Collection of Japanese-Philippine Materials, Special Collections, Honnold Mudd Library, Claremont University Consortium.

Acquisition Information

Donated by Hollis P. Allen in 1960.

Processing Information

Arranged and Processed by Special Collection Staff

Accruals

No additions to the collection is anticipated.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

Hollis P. Allen, Professor of Education at the Claremont Graduate University (1929-1960) served in the Philippines in World War II. Allen realized the historical importance of the Japanese propaganda being produced during the occupation, and the destruction of Philippine documents and books. The collection has newspapers, speeches, correspondence, posters and other publications, 1942-1945.

Series Arrangement

Series 1 Correspondence
Series 2 Photographs
Series 3 Poster
Series 4 Publication

Subject Headings

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection
Aguinaldo, Emilio, 1869-1964
Allen, Hollis P.
Philippines -- History -- 1898-1946


Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series 1 Correspondence, 1940 - 1949

box 1, envelope 1

Letter to E. Aguinaldo to Comite de Territorios Y Auntos Insualares del Senado Americano, 1942

box 1, envelope 1

Letter from E. Aguinaldo to Tomas Confesor, 1942

box 1, envelope 1

Un Respiro para la Prensa por el General E. Aguinaldo, 1945

box 1, envelope 1

Letter from Aguinaldo to Premier General Hideki Tozyo, 1943

box 1, envelope 1

Letter from Aguinaldo to Governor Marcelo Aduro, 1942

box 1, envelope 1

Letter from Aguinaldo to Filipino, 1942

box 1, envelope 3

Food Series # 2,

box 2, envelope 9

Letter from Osmenas to Filippino Woman,

 

Series 2 Photographs, 1940-1949

box 1, envelope 1

Photographs, 1942

box 1, envelope 1

Map of World War, 1940-1949

box 1, envelope 5

Pictoral Album,

 

Series 3 Poster, 1940-1949

box 1, envelope 1

Poster "Asia is Combined", 1942

box 1, envelope 1

Poster "To Deal the Foe the Fatal Blow",

box 1, envelope 1

Poster "U.S. Girls Minus Stockings Go Shopping with 'Food Money'",

box 1, envelope 2

Poster "First Anniversary of the Greater Last Asian War" and "Food Money",

box 1, envelope 3

Poster: "45 Years Ago",

box 1, envelope 3

Warning Poster,

box 1, envelope 3

Calendar, 1942

box 1, envelope 3

Poster: "Ever Victorious Nippon Paratroopers",

box 2, envelope 9

Campaign Posters and Propaganda,

box 2, envelope 10

Photographs,

 

Series 4 Publications, 1940-1949

box 1, envelope 1

Speech delivered by the Commissioner of the interior, Benigno S Aquino, 1942

box 1, envelope 1

A General Statement for the Press by General Aguinaldo, 1945

box 1, envelope 1

General Statement to the Press by Emilio Aguinaldo, 1945

box 1, envelope 1

Declaration of Independence by Jose Laurel, 1943

box 1, envelope 3

Practical Suggestions for Gardening and Rural Improvement,

box 1, envelope 3

Japanese Song Book One,

box 1, envelope 3

Address to the Filipino People,

box 1, envelope 3

Independence Proclamation, 1942

box 1, envelope 3

Speech by Sergio Osmena, President of the Philippines,

box 1, envelope 4

Speech by Sergio Osmena, President of the Philippines,

box 1, envelope 4

Discurso del Sergio Osmena, President of the Philippines,

box 1, envelope 4

Speech by Sergio Osmena, President of the Philippines,

box 1, envelope 4

New Philippine Ideology by Sergio Osmena, President of the Philippines,

box 1, envelope 4

Memorandum of the Policies of the Commonwealth Government Regarding the Collaborators of the Japanese,

box 1, envelope 4

Philippine Independence and Post War Security,

box 1, envelope 4

Discurso Inaugural del Hon. Jose C. Zulueta,

box 1, envelope 4

Manuel L. Quezon in Memoriam,

box 1, envelope 4

Speech delivered by Tomas Confesor,

box 1, envelope 3

Ideals of the New Philippines,

box 2, envelope 7

Tuberculosis: the Chief Problem in the Philippines,

box 2, envelope 7

Defend the Constitution,

box 2, envelope 8

N. T. C. Polestar,

box 2, envelope 8

Filipino Art and Culture in Pre-Spanish Times,

box 2, envelope 8

Youth's Opportunities under the New Regime,

box 2, envelope 8

Subpoena to Fred A. Hendricks,

box 2, envelope 8

Three Notices to the Guests of the Manila Hotel,

box 2, envelope 8

Philippine Trade,

box 2, envelope 8

Keynote Speech of Congressman Jose E. Romero,

box 2, envelope 8

My Stand by Jose C. Zulueta,

box 2, envelope 8

A Plea for Decency by Isabelo Binamira,

box 2, envelope 8

The Dominion Status Plan,

box 2, envelope 8

Manila Hotel - An Address of Prestige,

box 2, envelope 8

Letter from Aguinaldo to Jose P. Laurel,

box 2, envelope 8

Statement of President Osmena,

box 2, envelope 8

Inaugural Address of Manuel Roxas,

box 2, envelope 8

"Roxas Can't be Replaced",

box 2, envelope 8

"Osmenas or Roxas",

box 2, envelope 8

President Sergio Osmena,

box 2, envelope 9

Invitations, tickets and medal of F. A. Hendricks,

box 2, envelope 9

Ten Months of President Osmenas Administration,

box 2, envelope 9

Political Pamphlet against Roxas,

box 2, envelope 9

Roxas and Osmena campaign Buttons,

box 2, envelope 9

Official Program of Inauguration of Roxas,

box 2, envelope 9

Inaugural Invitation,

box 2, envelope 9

Letter to the Sovereign People from the Liberal Wing of the Nationalist Party,

box 2, envelope 10

A Report on the Individual Services of Members of the College and Agriculture Faculty, 1925

box 2, envelope 10

Japanese Philippine Occupation Money,