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    • You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, 1971

    • Kaufman, Paul; Schulz, Charles M. (Charles Monroe), 1922-2000; Del Rey Players; College theater; Theatrical productions; Advertising; Loyola University of Los Angeles; Marymount College (Los Angeles, Calif.)
    • 1971-1972 Season playbill: The Del Rey Players of Loyola University of Los Angeles present "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" from the Peanuts comic strip by Charles Schulz, directed by Paul Kaufman, in Theatre Spectrum 1971-1972.
    • William K. and Mary Dockweiler Young, circa 1940s

    • Sooy, Mary Dockweiler Young, 1894-1988; Young, William Kenyon, 1900-1962; Group portraits; Family members
    • 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...
    • William K. and Mary Dockweiler Young, circa 1940s

    • Sooy, Mary Dockweiler Young, 1894-1988; Young, William Kenyon, 1900-1962; Group portraits; Family members
    • 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...
    • William K. and Mary Dockweiler Young, circa 1940s

    • Sooy, Mary Dockweiler Young, 1894-1988; Young, William Kenyon, 1900-1962; Group portraits; Family members
    • 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...
    • William K. and Mary Dockweiler Young, circa 1930s

    • Sooy, Mary Dockweiler Young, 1894-1988; Young, William K., 1900-1962; Group portraits; Family members
    • 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...
    • William K. and Mary Dockweiler Young, 1946

    • Sooy, Mary Dockweiler Young, 1894-1988; Young, William K., 1900-1962; Group portraits; Family members
    • 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...
    • William K. and Mary Dockweiler Young on Mexico vacation, 1953

    • Sooy, Mary Dockweiler Young, 1894-1988; Young, William Kenyon, 1900-1962; Group portraits; Family members
    • 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...
    • William K. and Mary Dockweiler Young at Bachelor's Ball, circa 1940s

    • Sooy, Mary Dockweiler Young, 1894-1988; Young, William Kenyon, 1900-1962; Group portraits; Family members; Balls (Parties)
    • 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...
    • Who Ride on White Horses, 1941

    • Work, Martin H.; Schnibbe, Harry; Breen, Richard L.; Del Rey Players; College theater; Theatrical productions; Wilshire Ebell Theatre (Los Angeles, Calif.); Loyola University of Los Angeles
    • 1940-1941 Season playbill: The Del Rey Players present "Who Ride on White Horses" by Harry Schnibbe and Richard Breen, directed by Martin H. Work, at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre on February 14 and 15, 1941, commemorating the 400th Jesuit anniversary.
    • Wedding of Mary Dockweiler and Daniel Sooy, November 6, 1965

    • Sooy, Mary Dockweiler Young, 1894-1988; Sooy, Daniel Warren, 1887-1970; Group portraits; Weddings
    • 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...
    • To Be Announced, 1973

    • Kaufman, Paul; Del Rey Players; College theater; Theatrical productions; Loyola Marymount University
    • Del Rey Players' playbill: The Del Rey Players of Loyola Marymount University present "To Be Announced" an original revue in two acts, directed by Paul Kaufman.
    • Time Limit, circa 1958

    • Blackburn, Paul; Del Rey Players; College theater; Theatrical productions; Loyola University of Los Angeles
    • Del Rey Players' playbill: The Del Rey Players of Loyola University of Los Angeles presents "Time Limit" directed by Paul Blackburn at the Little Theater, from December 8 to 14.
    • Three Men on a Horse, 1985

    • Kaufman, Paul; Abbott, George, 1887-1995; Holm, John Cecil, 1904-1981; Del Rey Players; College theater; Theatrical productions; Loyola Marymount University
    • 1985-1986 Season playbill: The Del Rey Players of Loyola Marymount University present "Three Men on a Horse" by John Cecil Holm and George Abbott, directed by Paul Kaufman, in Theatre Spectrum 1985-1986. Includes a leaflet of additional crews and...
    • The Wise Have Not Spoken, 1966

    • Capbern, A. Martial; Carroll, Paul Vincent, 1900-1968; Del Rey Players; College theater; Theatrical productions; Advertising; Loyola University of Los Angeles
    • 1965-1966 Season playbill: The Del Rey Players of Loyola University at Los Angeles present "The Wise Have Not Spoken" by Paul Vincent Carroll, directed by A. Martial Capbern, in Theatre Spectrum 1965-1966.
    • The Vagabond King, 1954

    • Harris, Vincent; Del Rey Players; College theater; Theatrical productions; Carthay Circle Theatre (Los Angeles, Calif.); Loyola University of Los Angeles
    • 1953-1954 Season playbill: Loyola University of Los Angeles presents the Mixed Chorus, the Del Rey Players, and the Loyola Band in "The Vagabond King" directed by Vincent Harris, at the Carthay Circle Theater, from April 22 to 26, 1954.

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