Workman, Mary J. (Mary Julia), 1871-1964--Correspondence; Corr, William E.--Correspondence; Labory, Mattie J.--Correspondence; Brownson House (Los Angeles, Calif.);
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...
Workman, Mary J. (Mary Julia), 1871-1964--Correspondence; Corr, William E.--Correspondence; Brownson House (Los Angeles, Calif.); St. Patrick's Rectory (Fall River, Mass.);
A two page letter dated May 6, 1917 from William Corr to Mary J. Workman on letterhead from St. Patrick's Rectory in Fall River, Massachusetts. The letter mentions that the writer misses California, describes a visit to New York, and mentions the...
Tales, Medieval; Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages--England--Canterbury--Poetry; English literature--Middle English, 1100-1500; Literature, Medieval; Printing--England--History--17th century; Early printed books--Specimens; Printing--Specimens
A view looking east on Wilshire Boulevard near Rodeo Dr. in Los Angeles, California. Businesses along the street include the Brown Derby, W & J Sloane, Rigdan's and the California Bank. The Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel is visible on the right.
Roads--California--Los Angeles; Public buildings--California--Los Angeles; City halls--California--Los Angeles
Looking west to City Hall, Federal Building, and Hall of Justice; immediately beyond driveway and cement wall, the red roof of Union Station is visible and just beyond that, the parking lot; streetlights; palm trees; downtown buildings; billboards.
Rausnitz, Jenny, 1910-1988; Sapiro, Boris; Haas, Ivan Hans; Haas, Henry; Soccer players; Soccer; Sports; Jewish refugees--China--Shanghai; Events--China--Shanghai; Buildings--China--Shanghai; Group portraits
Jenny Rausnitz, Boris Sapiro, and soccer team at a soccer game with members of the European Jewish Artist Society (EJAS), probably held in or near the Jewish ghetto. The child in the center is Henry Haas, and his father Ivan Hans Haas is the second...