Workman, Mary Julia, 1871-1964; State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.);
A letter, typewritten on letterhead from the State Normal School in Los Angeles, CA, and embossed with the school's crest. The letter confirms that Mary Workman has completed the Kindergarten Course in the State Normal School at Los Angeles.
Public libraries--California--Los Angeles; Buildings--California--Los Angeles
Aerial view of the Los Angeles Central Library on the southeast corner of Flower and Fifth streets. The large white building next to the library is the Bible Institute of Los Angeles. The Biltmore Hotel and Pershing Square are in the background.
Student organizations; Student activities; College students; Chapels; College campuses--California--Los Angeles
Students from Loyola Marymount University service organizations, including Belles, Ignations, Crimson Circle, and Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), standing in front of the Sacred Heart Chapel for a group portrait.
Parks--California--Los Angeles; Teachers colleges--California--Los Angeles; College buildings--California--Los Angeles
A view of Central Park in Downtown Los Angeles. Several people can be seen throughout the park, and in the foreground, a boy is selling newspapers. In the distance, the upper part of the State Normal School building can be seen.
Barbecuing; Recreation; Student organizations; College students; Student activities; Children
Black-and-white photograph of the Crimson Circle BBQ in 1962. Features 5 standing Loyola students in uniform--plain black sweaters with the Lion logo on the upper left chest--behind a group of 5 young boys, 2 wearing chef's hats and 3 holding...
Bird's-eye view of Fifth Street; Central Library on the right side of street; on the left, the highest building is the Edison building; parked automobiles; automobiles going west down street; building across the street to the left is Sunkist...
Funeral homes--California--Inglewood; Undertakers and undertaking--California--Inglewood;
A view looking Northwest towards the McCormick Mortuary from Prairie Ave. A sign above the building in the foreground reads: "The Colonial Chapel." A partially obscured sign on the building in the background reads: "Flowers for all occasions."