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    • [Dockweiler badge]

    • Dockweiler, John Francis, 1895-1943;
    • A small metal badge which reads "DOCKWEILER" in dark blue ink on a tan background. Extending from the upper edge of the badge is a rounded tab intended to be folded over a pocket, lapel, or other edge to secure the badge in place. The...
    • [Dockweiler for Congress matchbook]

    • Dockweiler, John Francis, 1895-1943;
    • A match book cover promoting John F. Dockweiler's 1932 campaign for Congress. The cover reads "DOCKWEILER For Congress," with a black-and-white portrait of the politician. A subsequent owner has written by hand in ink, "Don't they all look alike?"...
    • [Dockweiler for Governor]

    • Dockweiler, John Francis, 1895-1943; Donaher, Arthur M.;
    • A business card advertising John Francis Dockweiler's campaign for the office of Governor of California. The address for the campaign headquarters is printed in the upper left, and the name "Arthur M. Donaher" is printed in the lower right...
    • [Letter from Irene to Henry, 1938]

    • Dockweiler, John Francis, 1895-1943; Dockweiler, Henry Isidore; Dockweiler for Governor, Inc.;
    • A handwritten letter in ink, signed "Irene," and addressed to "Henry," possibly Henry Isidore Dockweiler. The letter is written on letterhead which reads, "DOCKWEILER for GOVERNOR, Inc." The letter discusses a check that was sent along with the...
    • [Letter to J. Paul Getty, May 7, 1938]

    • Dockweiler, John Francis, 1895-1943; Dockweiler, Henry Isidore; Getty, J. Paul (Jean Paul), 1892-1976;
    • Two carbon copies of a letter from an unidentified sender, possibly Henry Isidore Dockweiler, to J. Paul Getty, requesting a donation that had been discussed at an earlier date, toward John Francis Dockweiler's campaign to become Governor of...
    • A California Highway

    • Beaches--California--United States Highway 101; Roads--California--United States Highway 101
    • A view looking down the road at a stretch of coastline, with a rock face on the inland (left) side, and sandy beach along the shore. A train travels on tracks running alongside the highway.
    • A winter's day in West Lake Park, Los Angeles, Calif.

    • Parks--California--Los Angeles; Boats and boating--California--Los Angeles; Boathouses--California--Los Angeles;
    • A daytime view of Westlake Park, looking out across the lake. In the foreground, visitors stroll or bicycle along the road, and several small boats are out on the lake. There is a small gazebo on the nearer shore, and a larger boathouse on the...
    • Across the Lagoon, Venice, Calif.

    • Canals--California--Los Angeles; Dwellings--California--Los Angeles; Boats and boating--California--Los Angeles; Footbridges--California--Los Angeles; Hotels--California--Los Angeles
    • A view of Venice, California showing the lagoon and Coral Canal looking towards the northwest. Tourists dressed in early 20th century style clothing ride in canoes and small boats on the lagoon. The Venice Union Church appears on the left side of...
    • Bishop Creek, Bishop, California

    • Bishop Creek (Calif.); Wild flowers; Pines; Streams--California; Mountains--California; Water rights--California--Owens Valley; Water rights--California--Los Angeles
    • View of Bishop Creek with running streams, pine trees, and mountains. Handwritten message and address on back of the postcard with a two-cent stamp and 1953 postmark.
    • Bishop, California. Black's Cash Store

    • Black's Cash Store (Bishop, Calif.); Black, John; Black, J. D. (John David), 1893-1960;
    • Black's Cash Store at the corner of West Line Street and Main Street (Black's Corner") in Bishop, California; view from Main Street. Unidentified man, seated on of running board of car, with doe. Other Bishop residents looking on. Inscription on...
    • Business difficulty in Big Pine

    • Business; Credit ratings; Insurance; Water rights--California--Owens Valley; Water rights--California--Los Angeles
    • To meet the need for water of its growing population, the City of Los Angeles began acquiring water rights in the Owens Valley in 1905. The Los Angeles Aqueduct was completed in 1913 to bring Owens Valley water to the city. During the 1920s, the...


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