Express highways--California--Los Angeles; Public buildings--California--Los Angeles; City halls--California--Los Angeles
Civic Center including old Hall of Records, City Hall, Hall of Justice, and Federal Building; early view of freeways empty of automobiles; some automobiles on side street behind freeways; city buildings; grass; streetlights.
Entrance to mine, with three miners standing at entrance to mine shaft. From left to right they are Johnny Williams, Johnny Utter, and Sandy Lochrie. Miners hold mining equipment--shovel, wheelbarrow, pick. Awning over worksite. boxes in...
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.
Bicycles & tricycles; College students; Recreation; Student activities
Two male students compete in a tricycle race sponsored by the Associated Students of Loyola and Marymount. The breakaway group has left the peloton far behind in this LMU Associated Students Charity race near St. Robert's Hall.
First Century Families of California (Los Angeles, Calif.)--History; Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul;
A typewritten essay that describes the establishment and history of the First Century Families of California and the group's annual luncheon. The essay additionally emphasizes the importance of preserving the stories exchanged at these annual...
Brownson House (Los Angeles, Calif.); Workman, Mary Julia, 1871-1964;
Black and white photograph of eight school children and a dog with Mary Julia Workman and an unidentified man standing outdoors at the beach, taken at the Brownson House picnic at Anaheim Landing in 1919.