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    • Queso, Paiute Native American

    • Queso;
    • An impoverished Paiute named Queso in his lean-to; to his right is a woman lying down. To his left is a dog. In the background is another shanty, perhaps a take on the traditional Paiute dwelling, the nobe. Title on lower center: Queso Piaute...
    • Panel - Social Welfare in Los Angeles, 1900-1924

    • Brownson House (Los Angeles, Calif.); Catholic Church--California--Los Angeles--Charities; Mount St. Mary's College (Los Angeles, Calif.); Workman, Mary Julia, 1871-1964; Ryland, Edwin P.; Marshall, Thomas C.; McManus, Elizabeth; Berres, Dora;...
    • A typewritten copy of a meeting agenda, possibly composed by Margaret Workman, including a speech on the history of social settlements, especially Brownson Settlement House, in Los Angeles between 1900-1924. The agenda first introduces three...
    • Paiute Women

    • Three Paiute women with their children in cradleboards. The Anglo-American crowd in the background shows that this is a public event, perhaps the Paiute's annual dance festival, or else some kind of fair. Inscription at lower left of the postcard...
    • Owens Valley, California. Winter

    • View of snow-clad Owens Valley, from either Big Pine, California or else Bishop, California. Unidentified range of mountains in background. Phrase "LA" and image of Los Angeles Coliseum part of frame around photograph. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Owens Valley, California, Central Area

    • This photograph was taken looking to the west. The mountains in the background are the Sierra Nevada. Big Pine, California, home of J. D. Black, is to the upper right of the photograph. The Los Angeles Aqueduct intake, noted in pen in lower left,...
    • Owens Valley, California

    • View of floor of Owens Valley looking west to town of Big Pine and the Sierra Nevada. Inscription on front of photograph: "Looking Across Valley at Big Pine. H. W. M. 1007." Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Brownson House News, Vol. 3, No. 2

    • Brownson House (Los Angeles, Calif.);
    • A copy of a typed, formatted newsletter for the Brownson Settlement House. Newsletter includes a front page, a features page, a club news page, and a sports page. Each page, laid out in 3 columns, contains short news stories on activities, special...
    • [William E. Corr letter to Mary J. Workman, 1917 May 6]

    • 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...
    • [William Deeney letter to Joseph Glass, 1917 Febrary 12]

    • Jesuits--California--Los Angeles; Deeney, William; Glass, Joseph S.; Charity Organization Society of Salt Lake City; Brownson House (Los Angeles, Calif.);
    • A letter dated February 12, 1917 to Fr. Joseph S. Glass from Fr. William J. Deeney typed on letterhead of "The Charity Organization Society of Salt Lake city, Utah" with names of officers and directors printed on either side of letterhead. The...
    • [Rev. Corr letter to Miss Labory, 1919 September 11]

    • Corr, William E.--Correspondence; Labory, Mattie--Correspondence; California Home Finding Society;
    • A letter from Fr. Corr typed on the letterhead of the Bureau of Catholic Charities to Miss Labory of the Brownson House, dated Sept. 11, 1919, regarding a misunderstanding about the California Home Finding Society Catholic children for placement.
    • [Paul J. McCormick letter to Mary J. Workman, Feb 27, 1920]

    • Workman, Mary J. (Mary Julia), 1871-1964--Correspondence; McCormick, Paul J.--Correspondence; Brownson House (Los Angeles, Calif.);
    • 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.


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