Brownson House (Los Angeles, Calif.); National Catholic War Council (U.S.);
A copy of a statement typed on plain paper regarding agreements about the operations at the Brownson House. There are twelve statements; two discuss the National Catholic War Council and its association with the Brownson House.
A daytime view looking south along Main Street in Culver City, California. On the right is the Pacific Building & Loan Association building, and other businesses along the street include a hardware store and real estate office. Streetcar tracks...
Workman, Mary J. (Mary Julia), 1871-1964--Correspondence; Corr, William E.--Correspondence; Labory, Mattie J.--Correspondence; Brownson House (Los Angeles, Calif.);
A handwritten copies of three letters written by Mattie J. Labory to Fr. Corr, the first two letters written on Brownson House stationery. The first letter, written by Mary J. Workman and dated July 31, 1919 requests an appointment to meet with...
Workman, Mary J. (Mary Julia), 1871-1964--Correspondence; Glass, Joseph S.--Correspondence; Cantwell, John Joseph, 1874-1947;
A letter dated October 10, 1917 from Joseph Glass to Mary J. Workman typed on letterhead with the green crest of the Charity Organization Society of Salt Lake City, Utah, about Fr. Cantwell's appointment and Father's and Mother's golden Jubilee.
Corr, William E.--Correspondence; Labory, Mattie--Correspondence; California Home Finding Society;
A letter from Fr. Corr typed on the letterhead of the Bureau of Catholic Charities to Miss Labory of the Brownson House, dated Sept. 11, 1919, regarding a misunderstanding about the California Home Finding Society Catholic children for placement.
Workman, Mary J. (Mary Julia), 1871-1964--Correspondence; Corr, W.E.--Correspondence; Brownson House (Los Angeles, Calif.); National Catholic War Council (U.S.);
A letter from Mary J. Workman to Father William E. Corr typed on the letterhead of the Brownson House. The letter is in regard to statement made in the Tidings, a local Catholic newspaper, about the National Catholic War Council financing the...
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...
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...
A view along the waterfront, showing a row of boats tied up at the docks. On the right is a covered structure where crowds of onlookers wait for the sailors to disembark. The oil wells on Signal Hill are visible in the distance.
An exterior view of the Helms Bakery Building, located between Venice Blvd. and Washington Blvd. at Helms Ave. in Culver City, California. The Helms Olympic Bread logo appears in the upper left corner of the image.
An interior view of Frank Sebastian's New Cotton Club located in Culver City, California. Tables and chairs are arranged around a central dance floor, with a bandstand at the end of the room, and the ceiling is draped with colorful striped fabric.
Programs; Football teams; Football players; College sports--California--Los Angeles
Athletic News reported by Loyola University Department of Public Information about Loyola vs. San Francisco football game on Sunday, November 25, 1951 at 2 pm at the Pasadena Rose Bowl, listing names of the line-ups and squad for both teams.