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    • Catholic Welfare Bureau of Los Angeles and San Diego

    • Catholic Welfare Bureau of Los Angeles and San Diego;
    • An organizational chart for the Catholic Welfare Bureau of Los Angeles and San Diego, including offices in Los Angeles, San Diego, Long Beach, Pasadena, Riverside, Santa Barbara, Santa Monica, and Ventura, and detailing the organizational structure...
    • Council of Catholic Women

    • National Council of Catholic Women (Los Angeles, Calif.); Diocesan Council of Catholic Women (Los Angeles, Calif.); National Catholic Welfare Conference; Catholic Church--California--Los Angeles--Charities;
    • A 44-page notebook containing typed, numbered lists of notes on the National Council of Catholic Women. These lists include the reasons for establishing the Council, a timeline of the Council's development, the social issues important to the...
    • Mary Dockweiler as a baby, triptych, circa 1895

    • Sooy, Mary Dockweiler Young, 1894-1988; Portraits
    • Mary Gertrude Dockweiler (1894-1988) was the daughter of Isidore B. Dockweiler and Gertrude Reeve Dockweiler. She was a prominent Los Angeles socialite, also very active in such charitable causes as the Los Angeles Orphanage Guild. Mary Dockweiler...
    • Mary Dockweiler as a baby, circa 1895

    • Sooy, Mary Dockweiler Young, 1894-1988; Portraits
    • Mary Gertrude Dockweiler (1894-1988) was the daughter of Isidore B. Dockweiler and Gertrude Reeve Dockweiler. She was a prominent Los Angeles socialite, also very active in such charitable causes as the Los Angeles Orphanage Guild. Mary Dockweiler...
    • Mary Dockweiler as a young girl, circa 1900

    • Sooy, Mary Dockweiler Young, 1894-1988; Portraits
    • Mary Gertrude Dockweiler (1894-1988) was the daughter of Isidore B. Dockweiler and Gertrude Reeve Dockweiler. She was a prominent Los Angeles socialite, also very active in such charitable causes as the Los Angeles Orphanage Guild. Mary Dockweiler...
    • Silhouette of Mary Dockweiler, circa 1918

    • Sooy, Mary Dockweiler Young, 1894-1988; Portraits; Silhouettes
    • Mary Gertrude Dockweiler (1894-1988) was the daughter of Isidore B. Dockweiler and Gertrude Reeve Dockweiler. She was a prominent Los Angeles socialite, also very active in such charitable causes as the Los Angeles Orphanage Guild. Mary Dockweiler...
    • Mary Dockweiler, circa 1940s

    • Sooy, Mary Dockweiler Young, 1894-1988; Portraits
    • Mary Gertrude Dockweiler (1894-1988) was the daughter of Isidore B. Dockweiler and Gertrude Reeve Dockweiler. She was a prominent Los Angeles socialite, also very active in such charitable causes as the Los Angeles Orphanage Guild. Mary Dockweiler...
    • Mary Dockweiler, circa 1940s

    • Sooy, Mary Dockweiler Young, 1894-1988; Portraits
    • Mary Gertrude Dockweiler (1894-1988) was the daughter of Isidore B. Dockweiler and Gertrude Reeve Dockweiler. She was a prominent Los Angeles socialite, also very active in such charitable causes as the Los Angeles Orphanage Guild. Mary Dockweiler...
    • Mary Dockweiler probably at Club Zarape, 1948

    • Sooy, Mary Dockweiler Young, 1894-1988; Group portraits
    • Mary Gertrude Dockweiler (1894-1988) was the daughter of Isidore B. Dockweiler and Gertrude Reeve Dockweiler. She was a prominent Los Angeles socialite, also very active in such charitable causes as the Los Angeles Orphanage Guild. Mary Dockweiler...
    • Memories - word pictures

    • Dockweiler Sooy, Mary; Dockweiler, Isidore B. (Isidore Bernard), 1867-1947; Dockweiler Family;
    • A typescript copy of Mary Dockweiler Sooy's notes for her talk at the 1972 First Century Families luncheon. It is a string of reminiscences about her family and childhood, including how her parents first met, her earliest reminiscences of home...
    • First Century Families

    • First Century Families of California (Los Angeles, Calif.)--History; Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul;
    • A typewritten essay that describes the establishment and history of the First Century Families of California and the group's annual luncheon. The essay additionally emphasizes the importance of preserving the stories exchanged at these annual...
    • [Bishop John J. Cantwell letter to Mary Julia Workman, 1918 March 11]

    • Brownson House (Los Angeles, Calif.); Workman, Mary Julia, 1871-1964; Cantwell, John Joseph, 1874-1947; Sisters of the Holy Family (San Francisco, Calif.);
    • 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]

    • Brownson House (Los Angeles, Calif.)--Records and correspondence; Brownson House (Los Angeles, Calif.)--Finance;
    • "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...

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