A view of the ocean front amusement area known as the Pike in Long Beach, California. In the center is the two-story Bath House with grand portico. The five storey building with the red roof seen on the left side of the image is the Hotel Virginia.
The first crossing of the California-Nevada state line by a train of the Carson and Colorado Railroad Company (23 January 1883). Passengers and crew by boundary marker and the front of the locomotive. The location of the crossing is between the...
Loyola Alumnus magazine, November 1936, first page of the article, "The menace of the authoritarian state" by Leon R. Yankwich, J.D., LL.D., United States District Judge and former member of Loyola Law School faculty.
Ground breaking ceremonies; College campuses--California--Los Angeles
Left to right: Charles R. Gagan, S.J., Vice President of University Relations, Margaret Baird, Director of Special Projects, Dr. Sandra Glass, Program Director of W.M. Keck Foundation, and James N. Loughran, Pesident of Loyola Marymount University.
Exterior view of the La Grande Station on the Santa Fe Railroad line. A crowd of passengers waits outside the station, and a row of horse-drawn carriages waits by the side of the road. Power lines overhead.
College presidents--California--Los Angeles; Educational benefactors
Caption on image:"Speakers Table. Rear row: John A. Van Kuik, Wm. W. Bearman, Fritz B. Burns, Frank M. Flynn, Edw. C. Purpus, Frank Muller, Harry Langdon, James J. Donahue. Center row: Rev. Father W. E. Corr, Winfield Sheehan, Joseph Scott,...