Workman, Mary Julia, 1871-1964; Brownson House (Los Angeles, Calif.);
A handwritten letter from Mary A. Henderson to Mary Julia Workman, dated October 3, 1917. The letter discusses plans for activities and night school classes to be taught at the Brownson Settlement House and other schools around Los Angeles, with...
Department stores--California--Los Angeles; Stores, Retail--California--Los Angeles; Buildings--California--Los Angeles; Streets--California--Los Angeles; Automobiles; Pedestrians; Signs and signboards; Cable cars (Streetcars)
View of Broadway at night with the moon, looking south from near Sixth Street. A sign of the high-end clothing department store Mullen and Bluett Company located in the Walter Perry Story Building is visible on the left. Other nearby store signs...
Restaurants--California--Culver City; Dance halls--California--Culver City
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.
Chinese Restaurants--California--Los Angeles; Decoration and ornament, Architectural--California--Los Angeles; Pagodas--California--Los Angeles;
Night scene of the entrance to the Golden Pagoda restaurant, fully illuminated in neon; trees; illuminated sign above door reads:"Golden Pagoda" sign to left of door reads:"Cocktails" sign to right reads:"Dancing"
Chinese Restaurants--California--Los Angeles; Decoration and ornament, Architectural--California--Los Angeles;
Front entry of Kim Ling Inn restaurant at night; neon signs and illuminated two-tiered pagoda; banners on windows to right and left of open door read: Grand Open Kim Ling Inn; signs above windows read "Chinese Food" and "Family Style" potted plants...
Orchestra; Concerts; College student newspapers and periodicals
Transcript: "Loyola loyalty! It helped make our opening night a success. We will consider it a privilege to make ensuing Loyola visits more than a success. Gratefully yours, Harry Owens and His Orchestra playing at Miller's Cafe Lafayette."