Governors--California--Election; Political campaigns--California; Education--California; Public schools--California; Public universities and colleges--California;
A trifold brochure supporting John F. Dockweiler's 1938 campaign to become Governor of California. A statement at the bottom of the first page reads, "The statement contained in this folder is in answer to a request addressed to Congressman...
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.
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.
Catholic universities and colleges--California--Los Angeles;
Black and white photograph of two men and five women standing on a set of steps at Mount St. Mary's College. Typewritten on the reverse of the photo is, "Mount St. Mary's College, February 19, 1947. Front Row, Left to Right: Bessie Stoddart,...
Universities and colleges--Faculty; Jesuits--California--Los Angeles
Front row (left to right): Father Felix Rossetti, Father Thomas J. Flaherty, Father Alphonse Quevedo, Father Harry Walsh, Father Henry Welch (Rector), Father Nicholas P. Bell, Father Robert V. Burns, Father Joseph Morton, and Father James Taylor....
College presidents--California--Los Angeles; Universities and colleges--Faculty--19th century
Father Aloysius J. Meyer seated in a chair, with a biretta on his lap. A handwritten annotation along top of picture reads "'The Pres' Fr. Meyer." The photograph is mounted on paper with a scrollwork design embossed on the lower half.
College campuses--California--Los Angeles; Universities and colleges
Drawing of three buildings; each with a caption that states the years the buildings had been St. Vincent's College. Inscription reads, "Past Homes of Saint Vincent's College" and features two crests in the lower two corners.
Universities and colleges; College presidents--California--Los Angeles
Front page of the Loyolan, April 10, 1967, includes articles such as "Loyola-Marymount Affiliation Signed, Each School Will Retain Own Name, Autonomy," "Aptheker Cleared, Communist to Speak," and "Some Progress Made by...