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    • [Bishop John J. Cantwell letter to Mary Julia Workman, 1918 March 11]

    • Settlement houses--California--Los Angeles; Social settlements--California--Los Angeles; Public service organizations--California--Los Angeles; Community service--California--Los Angeles; Charitable organizations--California--Los Angeles;
    • A typewritten letter on letterhead from the Diocese of Monterey and Los Angeles, from Bishop John J. Cantwell to Mary J. Workman, dated March 11, 1918. The Bishop mentions that he will be bringing two Sisters of the Holy Family from San Francisco...
    • [Brownson House appeal for financial assistance]

    • Social settlements--California--Los Angeles; Settlement houses--California--Los Angeles; Public service organizations--California--Los Angeles; Community service--California--Los Angeles; Charitable organizations--California--Los Angeles;
    • "Brownson House needs $5000" letter requesting financial assistance for the support and upkeep of the Brownson House. The letter asks subscribers to renew or to become a new subscriber and includes a form at the bottom that can be filled out with...
    • [Brownson House Brochure]

    • Settlement houses--California--Los Angeles; Social settlements--California--Los Angeles; Public service organizations--California--Los Angeles; Community service--California--Los Angeles; Charitable organizations--California--Los Angeles;
    • A printed bifold pamphlet explaining and promoting the mission and work of the Brownson Settlement House in Los Angeles.
    • [Brownson House proposed annual budget]

    • Social settlements--California--Los Angeles; Budget;
    • A proposed budget for the Brownson House typed on plain paper with a few annotations written by hand in black ink. The first part is regarding salaries of workers; the second is proposed extensions of programs; the third is the cost of maintenance.
    • [Campaign brochures for Dockweiler for Governor]

    • Political campaigns--California--Los Angeles; Legislators--United States; Governors--California--Election; Labor--Political aspects--California; Youth--Political activity--California;
    • Three brochures for John F. Dockweiler's campaign for Governor. Each brochure is three sided, four pages. The brochures are titled: An Information Introduction to John F. Dockweiler, A Statement of Labor by John F. Dockweiler, and Youth and the...
    • [Dockweiler badge]

    • Political campaigns--California--Los Angeles; Legislators--United States;
    • A small metal badge which reads "DOCKWEILER" in dark blue ink on a tan background. Extending from the upper edge of the badge is a rounded tab intended to be folded over a pocket, lapel, or other edge to secure the badge in place. The...
    • [Dockweiler for Congress matchbook]

    • Political campaigns--California--Los Angeles; Legislators--United States;
    • A match book cover promoting John F. Dockweiler's 1932 campaign for Congress. The cover reads "DOCKWEILER For Congress," with a black-and-white portrait of the politician. A subsequent owner has written by hand in ink, "Don't they all look alike?"...
    • [Dockweiler for Governor]

    • Political campaigns--California--Los Angeles; Legislators--United States;
    • A business card advertising John Francis Dockweiler's campaign for the office of Governor of California. The address for the campaign headquarters is printed in the upper left, and the name "Arthur M. Donaher" is printed in the lower right...

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