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Stella Lilly papers, 1936-1939
- Lilly, Stella
- Stella Lilly papers
- 1936-1939 (inclusive)19361939
- 0.8 cubic feet, (3 boxes)
- Collection Number
- Stella Lilly (1890-1986) was an English teacher at Lincoln High School in Tacoma, Washington, from 1921 until her retirement in 1959. The Stella Lilly papers contain periodicals, maps and pamphlets collected by Lilly during a 1937 trip to the 7th World Education Conference in Tokyo, Japan.
University of Puget Sound, Archives & Special Collections
Collins Memorial Library
1500 N. Warner St.
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This collection is available for research.
- Funding for preparing this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.
Historical NoteReturn to Top
Stella Lilly (1890-1986) was an English teacher at Lincoln High School in Tacoma, Washington, from 1921 until her retirement in 1959. She was a member of the Tacoma Writers' Club, and belonged to the American Association of University Women. A writer and advocate of human rights, she recieved a certificate of recognition from the United States Justice foundation.
Content DescriptionReturn to Top
The Stella Lilly papers contain periodicals, maps and pamphlets collected by Lilly during a 1937 trip to the 7th World Education Conference in Tokyo, Japan. Most of the materials have been heavily annotated, most likely by Stella Lilly.
Use of the CollectionReturn to Top
[Name of document, date.] Stella Lilly Papers, Mss. 013. University of Puget Sound Archives & Special Collections. Tacoma, Washington.
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Administrative InformationReturn to Top
Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top
Photograph and Obituary for Stella Lilly.
|1||2||Maps of Japan||1936|
|1||3||Tour guides, Japan||1937|
|1||4||Tour guide, Japan Tourist Bureau||1937|
|1||5||Tour guides, Philippines||1937|
|1||6||Tour guides, Manchuria||1937|
|1||7||Education Conference, related materials
Pamphlets and papers related to the 7th World Education Conference.
|1||8||Japanese Preparatory Comittee Papers
Pamphlets created by the Japanese Preparatory Comittee for the World Education Conference.
|1||9||Letters from Japanese Educators
Open letters sent from the Japanese Education Association to educators and teachers in the United States.
|1||10||Romanized Japanese Papers
Pamphlets discussing the transliteration of the Japanese language to the Latin alphabet.
Japanese cultural guidebook.
|2||1||Japan Times Weekly
Japanese reporting on recent events, printed in English.
|2||2||The Oriental Economist
English edition of The Oriental Economist. Inclues letter from publishers to attendees of the World Education Conference.
Periodical describing Japanese politics, cuture, and other affairs.
|3||1||Nippon: Education in Japan
Large print periodical describing the Japanese education system. Printed in Engish, German, and French
|3||2||Bridge Between East and West
Large print periodical commemorating 15 years of publication. Printed in English.
Names and SubjectsReturn to Top
- Elementary and secondary education
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