A collection of historical papers, primarily of legal documents, forms, pamphlets, booklets and serial publications relating
to Southern California and the United States. The dates range from ca. 1538-1939, with its bulk dates between 1850-1920.
Sam Behrendt was a successful insurance salesman in Los Angeles in the teens and twenties. As early as 1924 he operated the
Behrendt-Levy Company, which underwrote about 75% of the movie industry's insurance. He was a second-generation Angeleno,
as his father was German-born Los Angeles pioneer of 1852, Caspare Behrendt.
(Boxes: 7 legal; 1 flatbox; 2 ov and 1 ov folder; L.C.)
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