Collection consists of three scrapbooks created by George H. Stewart containing personal social mementos like tickets, souvenir
menus, and acknowledgments and newspaper clippings on political topics.
George H. Stewart was a Los Angeles banker associated with the Bank of America and active with the Los Angeles Chamber of
Commerce. He was the president of the Chamber of Commerce from 1908 to 1909.
2.79 Linear feet
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