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Finding Aid to the Nabor Feliz Netzahualt Papers MS.639
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Folder 1

Hobart, John S. correspondence 1921

Physical Description: 12.0 letters
Folder 2

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Leland and family correspondence 1926-1927

Physical Description: 6.0 letters
Folder 3

Mrs. C. E. Leland correspondence 1928

Physical Description: 12.0 letters
Folder 4

James E. Leland correspondence 1926-1928

Physical Description: 10.0 letters

Scope and Contents note

Includes letters from his mother. Leland also known as Edwin.
Folder 5

Correspondence and documents regarding Nabor Feliz court case 1926

Folder 6

Correspondence and documents concerning land in San Diego owned by Feliz 1925-1928

Physical Description: 5.0 letters

Scope and Contents note

Also includes two tax documents.
Folder 7

Correspondence, general circa 1920s

Physical Description: 5.0 letters

Scope and Contents note

Most of the correspondence in this folder are undated. There are two letters dated 1924 and one 1927. Also includes an undated Christmas card.
Folder 8

Al G. Circus contracts and programs 1927-1928 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Also includes one program "High Bill, Texas Giant: America's Tallest Man."
Folder 9

Theosophical pamphlets and newsletter 1927 and undated

Scope and contents

Pamphlets are undated. Folder also includes one issue of Toronto Theosophical News, 1927 January 1 issue.
Folder 10

Theosophical Society and Young Theosophists of Los Angeles notices 1926

Folder 11

Toronto Theosophical Society and Society of Theosophists in Canada dues and notices 1925-1929

folders 12-13

Newspaper clippings 1924-1927 and undated

Folder 14

Notes and memorabilia 1920-1929, undated

Language: English and Spanish

Scope and contents

This folders includes notes, drawings, and ephemera collected by Feliz. It also includes a Spanish language program and flyer for a performance by Manuel S. Navarro, described on the program as "El Actor de las Simpatias."