Scope and Content
Title: Charles H. Aspinwall diaries
Identifier/Call Number: ARC Mss 88
UC Santa Barbara Library, Department of Special Research Collections
Language of Material:
1.17 linear feet
(1 flat box)
Aspinwall, Charles H., 1862-1947
Date (inclusive): 1890-1937
Abstract: 16 diaries written by Charles H. Aspinwall, a founder of the New Thought Church in Southern California in the 1920s.
Special Research Collections, UC Santa Barbara Library
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[Identification of Item], Charles H. Aspinwall diaries, ARC Mss 88. Department of Special Research Collections, UC Santa Barbara
Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.
Library purchase, 2018.
Scope and Content
16 diaries written by Connecticut native Charles H. Aspinwall (1862-1947). Aspinwall moved to Southern California in the 1920s
and was one of the founders of the New Thought Movement in Pasadena.
Aspinwall (1862-1947) was born in Berlin, Connecticut, where he farmed, married his wife Julia Edwards Aspinwall (1864-1949),
and raised five children. In the 1920s, the couple moved to El Monte Township in Southern California.
Aspinwall's diaries contain writing as early as 1890 and as late 1937. They include notes about his travels, his work, his
philosophical thoughts, and the people and ideas that influenced him.
Subjects and Indexing Terms
Aspinwall, Charles H., 1862-1947 -- Diaries