George Taubman

George P. Taubman Digital Archives

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Digital Archives Hope International University

The George P. Taubman Collection comprises materials from George P. Taubman of Long Beach, California. It also includes material from the Long Beach First Christian Church and Pacific Bible Seminary. The collection includes manuscripts (sermons), documents, ephemera, newspaper clippings, and photographs.

Access to the physical collection is available by appointment only. Approval must be obtained from a Librarian of the Darling Library.

For a complete description of the physical collection housed in the Darling Library Archives of Hope International University, see the Finding Aid (MS Word Document).

Click here for a complete list of the items in the Taubman Collection.

Publication Rights

Property rights reside with Hope International University. Literary rights are retained by the creators of the records and their heirs. For permissions to reproduce or publish, please contact the Director of the Darling Library.

Preferred Citation

George P. Taubman Collection. PBS-01. Archives. Hope International University. Fullerton, California.

Acquisition Information

The majority of the collection is a gift of Kevin Kragenbrink, 2002. The bust of Taubman is a gift of Long Beach First Christian Church, most recently in 2003. Acquisition history of other items is unknown.

Digitization History

  • Project managed Robin Hartman, Associate Librarian, 2001-2004.
  • Partial funding for the project provided by a technology grant from the Arroyo Seco Library Network of the State of California.
  • Digitization (tiff and pdf files) by Entrepot Scanning, Inc.
  • File management and coding by Shannen Dang, Bethany Dye, and Robin Hartman.
  • Web site design by Robin Hartman.

Related Collections

  • Ross Collection. Photographs of Pacific Bible Seminary students, 1945-1946.
  • Lampas. Collection of yearbooks for Pacific Bible Seminary, Pacific Christian College, and Hope International Univerisity. The first eight years (1944-1951) for Pacific Bible Seminary are digitized.


This site is maintained by Darling Library - Hope International University - Fullerton, California.
Last updated: March 5, 2004.