City Halls--California--Los Angeles; Public buildings--California--Los Angeles;
Front view of third and current City Hall building which towers over the rest of the city; automobiles parked on both sides of Spring Street; building to left with sign reading:"Bank of Italy, International Branch."
A man stands next to a large searchlight on a platform on top of Echo Mountain in Los Angeles, California. A reflection of the Echo Mountain House is visible in the lens of the searchlight. The landscape below is largely undeveloped farmland.
A nighttime view looking down Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. A variety of businesses line the street, including Sheela's Gift Shop, Shanghai Importers, Myer Siegel and Company, C. H. Baker, Hong Kong Chop Suey, Desmond's and others.
Parks--California--Los Angeles; Rose gardens--California--Los Angeles; Museums--California--Los Angeles;
A view of Exposition Park, looking through the rose garden, toward the Museum of Natural History. The rose garden contains two white arbors. In the foreground is a large, circular lily pond, with benches placed it.
A view of the Roosevelt Highway looking north towards Will Rogers' estate and lighthouse and the Santa Monica mountains. Automobiles drive along the six-lane highway while many others are parked along the beach and the cliffs; tourists line the...
Charitable organizations--California; Catholic Action--California; Social justice--Religious aspects--Catholic Church--California; Social welfare organizations--California; Religious groups--California;
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...
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.
Governors--California--Election; Political campaigns--California;
An informal letter from Edward V. Dockweiler to his brother Henry I. Dockweiler (called "Enrique" in this letter), dated September 20, 1938. In it, Edward suggests "taking a poll," presumably with regard to their brother John...