Political campaigns--California--Los Angeles; Legislators--United States; Governors--California--Election;
Two carbon copies of a letter from an unidentified sender, possibly Henry Isidore Dockweiler, to J. Paul Getty, requesting a donation that had been discussed at an earlier date, toward John Francis Dockweiler's campaign to become Governor of...
Houses--California--Big Pine; Abandoned buildings--California--Big Pine; Abandoned houses--California--Big Pine; Newspaper editors; Big Pine (Calif.),
Gutted house of A. G. Barmore (1884-1967), editor of the Big Pine Citizen newspaper. HeText on back of photograph in hand of J. D. Black: "WIND TORONADO OR LAISM? <Barmore Home> Big Pine Citizen Editor." Title supplied by...
Front of Central Library from northwest corner with view going east on Sixth Street; Biltmore Hotel is behind library on the right side; lawn, trees, and shrubbery line walking paths; American flag on flag pole.
Gold miners--California--Bodie; Gold mines and mining--California--Bodie; Boring--California--Bodie; Ghost towns--California--Bodie;
Drilling contest at Bodie, California; John Black is recorded as the umpire. Participants with drills at bottom-right, around rock. Mine shaft and houses on opposite slope. A copy made in 1952 of original photograph. Title supplied by cataloger.
An exterior view of the Helms Bakery Building, located between Venice Blvd. and Washington Blvd. at Helms Ave. in Culver City, California. The Helms Olympic Bread logo appears in the upper left corner of the image.
Gold mines and mining--California--Bodie; Mine buildings--California--Bodie--20th century;
Although unidentified on the photograph, the layout of the town indicates that this mining town is Bodie, California. Tailings at left center with the Standard stamp mill in left background (white building with chute). Cluster of buildings in right...
Abandoned office of the Big Pine Citizen, the newspaper for the town of Big Pine, California. A. G. Barmore (1884-1967) was editor of the Big Pine Citizen until 1932, when he sold the newspaper. Text on back of photograph in hand of J. D....
A view along the waterfront, showing a row of boats tied up at the docks. On the right is a covered structure where crowds of onlookers wait for the sailors to disembark. The oil wells on Signal Hill are visible in the distance.
Political campaigns--California--Los Angeles; Legislators--United States;
A small political flyer in support of John F. Dockweiler in his campaign for Democratic Representative in Congress for the 16th district. The front side includes a black-and-white image of Dockweiler, and the back side outlines his credentials.