Settlement houses--California--Los Angeles; Social settlements--California--Los Angeles; Public service organizations--California--Los Angeles; Community service--California--Los Angeles; Charitable organizations--California--Los Angeles;
A printed bifold pamphlet explaining and promoting the mission and work of the Brownson Settlement House in Los Angeles.
Community welfare councils--History--California--Los Angeles; Social history--California--Los Angeles;
A 6-page typewritten narrative on the history of the Welfare Planning Council of Metropolitan Los Angeles, later renamed the Welfare Planning Council, Los Angeles Region. The history begins with the first charity founded in Los Angeles in 1854 and...
Settlement houses--California--Los Angeles; Social settlements--California--Los Angeles;
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.
A typewritten memo extolling the work of Brownson Settlement House by summarizing the collective, positive feelings of past residents shared through letters and stories. Also iterates Brownson House's widespread reputation as a friendly support for...
A letter from Mary Young Moore to Mary J. Workman typed on the letterhead of the National Catholic War Council, dated Mar 2, 1920, regarding a Miss Copps and requesting Mary Workman to send in a weekly Americanization report from Brownson House.
A letter from Paul J. McCormick to Mary J. Workman typed on the letterhead of the Superior Court Chambers of Department Fourteen, regarding Mary Workman's resignation from the Brownson House and praising her for her service.
Social settlements--California--Los Angeles; Budget;
A proposed budget for the Brownson House typed on plain paper with a few annotations written by hand in black ink. The first part is regarding salaries of workers; the second is proposed extensions of programs; the third is the cost of maintenance.
A chart written by hand for the Brownson House titled: "Report of Boys' Work, directed by Mr. Lopez, Week Nov. 17-21, 1919." The work were mostly military drills. The chart is drawn with pink ink on plain paper, writing in black ink.
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...