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...
Workman, Mary Julia, 1871-1964; State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.);
A letter, typewritten on letterhead from the State Normal School in Los Angeles, CA, and embossed with the school's crest. The letter confirms that Mary Workman has completed the Kindergarten Course in the State Normal School at Los Angeles.
Catholic Interracial Council (Los Angeles, Calif.); Jesuits--California;
An invitation to a luncheon hosted by the Women's Fair Employment Practices Committee of the Catholic Interracial Council to promote awareness of Proposition 11, the Fair Employment Practices Act. The invitation has been folded into thirds.
Workman, Mary Julia, 1871-1964; Brownson House (Los Angeles, Calif.);
A handwritten letter from Mary A. Henderson to Mary Julia Workman, dated October 3, 1917. The letter discusses plans for activities and night school classes to be taught at the Brownson Settlement House and other schools around Los Angeles, with...
Bradley, Tom, 1917-1998; Burns, Gladys; Manning, Timothy, Dockweiler Sooy, Mary; Ferraro, John; Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul; Catholic Church--Charities;
Black and white photograph taken at a charity event sponsored by the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, held at City Hall in Los Angeles. The individuals in the photo are identified on the reverse as, from right to left, Mayor Tom...
A typewritten memo extolling the work of Brownson Settlement House by summarizing the collective, positive feelings of past residents shared through letters and stories. Also iterates Brownson House's widespread reputation as a friendly support for...
Celebrations; Universities and colleges--Faculty; College administrators--California--Los Angeles; Jesuits
Alfred Kilp, S.J. (center), Richard Egan (right), and three other unidentified guests in formal dress stand in front of a curtain, socializing at the opening of Foley Communication Arts Center in 1964.
Antiphonaries--Illustrations; Music--Manuscripts; Manuscripts, Medieval; Illumination of books and manuscripts, Flemish; Illumination of books and manuscripts, French; Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern)
A view of Avalon Bay, with steamships arriving in the harbor, Sugar Loaf Rock on the far right, and the Holly Hill House with its large red-roofed turret is in the foreground on the right. The Incline Railway is visible in the lower right corner.