United States. Air Force ROTC; Balls (Parties); Universities and colleges--Faculty
Colonel Roy D. Russell presenting the Honorary Colonel sash to Maureen Kent from Marymount College in the 16th Annual Loyola Air Force ROTC Military Ball hosted by the Arnold Air Society. Standing in the back is Lieutenant Colonel Donald P....
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.
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.
Political campaigns--California--Los Angeles; Legislators--United States; Governors--California--Election; Labor--Political aspects--California; Youth--Political activity--California;
Three brochures for John F. Dockweiler's campaign for Governor. Each brochure is three sided, four pages. The brochures are titled: An Information Introduction to John F. Dockweiler, A Statement of Labor by John F. Dockweiler, and Youth and the...
Social settlements--California--Los Angeles; Settlement houses--Social aspects--California--Los Angeles; Youth organizations--California--Los Angeles;
A carbon copy of a three page letter to Fr. Thomas Conaty from the Executive and Nursery Committees of the Brownson House Association. The letter discusses the finances of Brownson House, its unsuccessful fundraising efforts, and the need to...
A letter from Fr. John J. Cantwell to Mary J. Workman typed on the letterhead of the Diocese of Monterey and Los Angeles, regarding Mary Workman's resignation as President of the Brownson House and thanking her for her service.
A letter dated June 29, 1916 to Mary J. Workman from Isabel Spiueras-- typed on letterhead of "Office of Municipal Charities Commission of Los Angeles" with City of Los Angeles crest on upper left of page.