Auditoriums--California--Los Angeles; Parks--California--Los Angeles; Hotels--California--Los Angeles; Buildings--California--Los Angeles
Aerial view of Central Park (later Pershing Square) looking east toward Fifth Street and Hill Street. Auditorium Hotel (later San Carlos Hotel), Philharmonic Auditorium, and California Club on Fifth Street are seen on the left.
Post offices--California--Los Angeles; Banks--California--Los Angeles; Business districts--California--Los Angeles; Streets--California--Los Angeles; Automobiles; Sidewalks
View of the intersection between Temple, Spring and Main streets. The Federal Building and Post Office is seen on the right next to the International Savings and Exchange Bank building at the corner of Temple and Spring streets.
Dockweiler, Frederick C. (Frederick Charles), 1909-2000; Portraits
Frederick Charles Dockweiler (1909-2000) was the son of Isidore B. Dockweiler and Gertrude Reeve Dockweiler. He was a lawyer active in Los Angeles and California political issues, notable for his stands on various state and local ballot...
Margaretha Sugg Dockweiler (1827-1924) and Henry Dockweiler (1824-1887) had four sons, three of whom survived infancy, including John Henry (1864-1941), Joseph Aloysius (d. 1918), and Isidore Bernard Dockweiler (1867-1947). John Henry and his...
E. T. (Edward Thomas) Wright was county surveyor three times in Los Angeles County, his first term beginning in 1884 and his last ending in 1898. He also served as county surveyor for San Bernadino County. Partnering with W. B. Nicholson, he formed...
Ranches--California; Mountains--California; Surveying--California--Los Angeles County--19th century; Surveying--California--History; California--Maps
Henry Hancock was a prominent Los Angeles lawyer and surveyor. He worked as Los Angeles City Surveyor and United States Deputy Surveyor in the 1850s. Hancock surveyed most of the large ranches between Monterey and San Diego in California.