The Dockweiler family of Los Angeles held a distinguished place in nineteenth and twentieth-century Los Angeles. Family members influenced city, state, and national politics, and were personages of Los Angeles society. The career of Isidore B. Dockweiler (1867-1947), the patriarch of the family, in law and national politics best exemplifies this influence. These images from the Dockweiler Family Papers document the significance of the Dockweilers’ public life, as well as providing insight into their private lives.
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