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  • Descriptive Summary
  • Administrative Information
  • Biography
  • Scope and Content
  • Organization and Arrangement
  • Indexing Terms
  • Index to Correspondence
  • Index to Correspondence in Box 13

  • Descriptive Summary

    Title: T. Perceval Gerson Papers,
    Date (inclusive): 1886-1960
    Collection number: 724
    Creator: Gerson, T. Perceval (Theodor Perceval), 1872-1960
    Extent: 13 boxes (6.5 linear ft.) 2 oversize boxes
    Repository: University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Department of Special Collections.
    Los Angeles, California 90095-1575
    Abstract: T. Perceval Gerson (1872-1960) was a member of the Severance Club, a cultural conversation group, serving as president from 1917 until his death. He founded the Hollywood Bowl Association serving as charter board member and leader. Gerson was also a trustee of the Metropolitan University, director of the Southern California branch of the American Civil Liberties Union, physician to the California State Personnel Board as well as a member of the California State Medical Society and the Los Angeles County Medical Association. The collection consists of correspondence, papers, journals, newspaper clippings, photographs, and memorabilia relating to Dr. Gerson's medical practice, his presidency of the Severance Club of Los Angeles, leadership of the Hollywood Bowl Association, and interests in various social and political issues.
    Physical location: Stored off-site at SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.
    Language: English.

    Administrative Information

    Restrictions on Use and Reproduction

    Property rights to the physical object belong to the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections. Literary rights, including copyright, are retained by the creators and their heirs. It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine who holds the copyright and pursue the copyright owner or his or her heir for permission to publish where The UC Regents do not hold the copyright.

    Restrictions on Access

    COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE AT SRLF: Open for research. Advance notice required for access. Contact the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.
    • 1953, Purchase.
    • Gift of T. Perceval Gerson, 1955.
    • Gift of Mrs. T. Perceval Gerson, 1961.
    • Gift of Mrs. Harold H. Story, 1968.

    Preferred Citation

    [Identification of item], T. Perceval Gerson Papers (Collection 724). Department of Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.

    UCLA Catalog Record ID

    UCLA Catalog Record ID: 1470535 

    Biography

    Gerson was born on May 27, 1872 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; awarded MD, University of Pennsylvania, 1895; pursued post-graduate work at Johns Hopkins Medical School for three years; interned in large eastern hospitals, and taught pathology at Johns Hopkins; practiced medicine in Lansdowne, Pennsylvania, 1899-1903; in 1903 moved to Los Angeles, California; member of the Severance Club, a cultural conversation group, serving as president from 1917 until his death; founder, charter board member and leader of Hollywood Bowl Association; trustee of the Metropolitan University; director, the Southern California branch of the American Civil Liberties Union; physician to the California State Personnel Board; also a member of the California State Medical Society and the Los Angeles County Medical Association; died in Glendale, California in 1960.

    Biographical Narrative

    Doctor Theodore Perceval Gerson was long accorded a position of prominence in Hollywood. He was a skilled physician and surgeon. He also played a leading role in various cultural activities and socio-economic and political movements.
    He was born at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on May 27th, 1872, the son of Isidor Isaac and Ella Hemenway (Woodruff) Gerson. His maternal grandfather, Theodore Tuttle Woodruff was the pioneer inventor of the sleeping car for railroads, an elaboration of which later became the Pullman Car. Dr. Gerson died in Glendale, California, on March 3, 1960.
    Doctor Gerson was graduated from Central High School of Philadelphia in 1891, and was awarded the M.D. degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1895. In 1896, he pursued post-graduate studies at the Medical School of Johns Hopkins University at Baltimore, following which he spent three years in internships at large Eastern hospitals, and taught pathology at his Alma Mater. From 1899 to 1903 Dr. Gerson practiced medicine in Lansdowne, Pennsylvania and in the latter year moved to Los Angeles.
    He was married January 7th, 1899 to Harriet Anna Thompson of Chicago. His second wife, the former Vera Madeline Daniels of Ontario, Canada, and later of Saginaw, Michigan, he married in Pasadena, November 3rd, 1923. His children by his first marriage were Lowell Woodruff, Gerald Perceval and Cecil Alice. By his second marriage he had one son, Cedric.
    From boyhood Doctor Gerson had taken an active interest in music, drama, literature, science, and various cultural pursuits. In addition to medical articles, he wrote several articles on music and allied subjects.
    In August 1906, he was elected to membership in the Severance Club, a cultural conversation group in Los Angeles, and after service in minor offices, became its President in 1917. He remained in that position by unchallenged annual elections until his death.
    In 1918 he asked a group of prominent men and women to meet with him to discuss plans for the promotion of greater participation in cultural activities by the citizens of Southern California. This meeting raised almost a thousand dollars, appointed a development committee of ten, made plans for incorporation, and secured a tract of land as site for its activities in the hills of Hollywood. From this meeting the famous Hollywood Bowl plans originated.
    Dr. Gerson, besides being the founder, Charter board member, and for many years the single driving force of the Hollywood Bowl Association, was a Trustee of the Metropolitan University, a Director of the Southern California branch of the American Civil Liberties Union, Physician to the California State Personnel Board, Director and Secretary of the Los Angeles Mothers Clinic Association, Inc. and a member of the Municipal Newspaper Commission. He was also a member of the Advisory Board of Yenching University in Peiping China, the American Medical Association, California State Medical Society, Los Angeles County Medical Association, Chicago Pathological Society and Alpha Mu Pi Omega Medical Fraternity.
    In 1953 the library purchased, with the assistance of contributions by friends of Dr. Gerson, his distinguished autograph collection of Americans prominent in political and social history from 1850 to the present.
    Some of the autographs in Dr. Gerson's collection were collected by William Henry Knight, a member of the research staff of the Pacific coast historian, Hubert Howe Bancroft; others are addressed to Dr. Gerson. Also included were autographed letters addressed to Senator John D. Works and Benjamin Fay Mills. Those addressed to Knight, Mills and Works were removed and cataloged separately. The scope and content of these letters are indicated in the numbered collections catalog under the entries for these individuals. The letters addressed to Dr. Gerson were added to his papers.
    The many photographs, clippings and related ephemeral material as well as the autographs, not falling within either the correspondence of Dr. Gerson or Mills, Knight and Works, were added to the Miscellaneous Manuscripts, Picture and Ephemera Collections. An inventory of the original Gerson Autograph Collection is in the Collections File, Gerson folder.
    In 1961 the department received additional papers of Dr. Gerson as a gift from his wife. Included in these papers were correspondence, photographs, clippings memorabilia and the diaries of Dr. Gerson covering the major part of his career. Of particular interest are the papers relating to the Hollywood Bowl Association and the Severance Club.
    In 1966 the department received additional papers of Dr. Gerson that were contained in the Harold H. Story papers (Collection #995). These papers were added to the Gerson collection in appropriate categories and in Box 13, January 1968. Included in these papers were correspondence, photographs, clippings and memorabilia covering the major part of Dr. Gerson's career. Of particular interest are the papers relating to the Hollywood Bowl Association.

    Scope and Content

    Collection consists of correspondence, papers, journals, newspaper clippings, photographs, and memorabilia relating to Dr. Gerson's medical practice, his presidency of the Severance Club of Los Angeles, leadership of the Hollywood Bowl Association, and interests in various social and political issues. Correspondents include: Jane Addams, William Jennings Bryan, Luther Burbank, Clarence Darrow, Eugene Debs, Theodore Dreiser, John Foster Dulles, Thomas Edison, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Henry Ford, Hamlin Garland, Emma Goldman, Averill Harriman, Charles Evans Hughes, Estes Kefauver, William Gibbs McAdoo, Richard M. Nixon, Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Margaret Sanger, Upton Sinclair, Lincoln Steffens, Adlai Stevenson, Harry S. Truman, and Earl Warren.

    Organization and Arrangement

    Arranged in the following series:
    1. Letters to T.P. Gerson (Boxes 1-3).
    2. Letters from T.P. Gerson (Box 4).
    3. Misc. correspondence and scrapbook (Boxes 4,14).
    4. Hollywood Bowl (Box 5).
    5. Severance Club (Box 6).
    6. Memorabilia (Box 7).
    7. Journals (Boxes 8-13).
    8. Hollywood Bowl Posters, Gerson University class photograph (Box 15).

    Indexing Terms

    The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.

    Subjects

    Gerson, T. Perceval (Theodor Perceval), 1872-1960--Archives.
    Severance Club.
    Hollywood Bowl Association (Los Angeles, Calif.)
    Physicians--California--Los Angeles--Archival resources.
    Civic leaders--California--Los Angeles--Archival resources.

    Genres and Forms of Material

    Journals (accounts).

    Index to Correspondence

    Abell, Theodore Curtis, 1891- . - Box 2, folder 19; - Box 3, folder 1,2.
    Adams, Charles Frederick, 1851- . - Box 1, folder 16 in letter of Blight.
    Addams, Jane, 1860-1935. - Box 1, folder 15; - Box 4, folder 3,6.
    Addams, Jane, 1860-1935. - Box 1, folder 17 in letter of Mary Roget Smith; - Box 2, folder 3 in letter of Emma Goldman.
    Adler, Felix, 1851-1933. - Box 1, folder 15.
    Allaben, J.E. - Box 1, folder 9; - Box 4, folder 11.
    Allen, Bennet Mills, 1877- . - Box 3, folder 5.
    Alliot, Hector, 1862-1919. - Box 1, folder 14.
    Alliot, Mrs. Laurena (Moore). - Box 1, folder 17.
    American Civil Liberties Union. - Box 2, folder 15.
    American Civil Liberties Union. - Box 1, folder 12 in letter of Clinton J. Taft; - Box 4, folder 9 in letter of A.A. Heist; - Box 13, folder 13
    Anarchism and anarchists. - Box 2, folder 3 in letter of Berkman; - Box 2, folder 2 in letter of Goldman.
    Anti-death Penalty League of America--California Branch. - Box 4, folder 6.
    Babcock, David T. - Box 4, folder 8; - Box 3, folder 3.
    Badger, Richard G. - Box 2, folder 2.
    Barak, Yehudah. - Box 2, folder 8.
    Barber, George G. - Box 3, folder 4.
    Barker, J Ellis, 1870- . - Box 1, folder 14.
    Barry, John D. - Box 3, folder 13,11.
    Behymer, Lynden Ellsworth Bee, 1862-1946. - Scrapbook; - Box 2, folder 19; - Box 13, folder 6,12.
    Bell, Theodore Arlington, 1872-1922. - Box 2, folder 6.
    Belt, Elmer, 1893- . - Box 3, folder 20.
    Berkman, Alexander, 1870-1936. - Box 2, folder 4.
    Berkman, Alexander, 1870-1936. - Box 2, folder 2,4-7 in letters of Goldman.
    Bigelow, Poultney, 1855- . - Box 2, folder 8.
    Billings, Warren K 1894- . - Box 3, folder 9 in letter of Tom Mooney.
    Binner, Oscar E. - Box 1, folder 17.
    Blaisdell, James Arnold, 1867- . - Box 1, folder 14,17; - Box 2, folder 1,4; - Box 4, folder 4,6.
    Blanchard, F.M. - Scrapbook; - Box 13, folder 3.
    Blight, Reynold Edward, 1879- . - Box 1, folder 12,14,16,11; - Box 2, folder 11.
    Bliven, Bruce, 1889- . - Box 1, folder 18; - Box 4, folder 9.
    Bondam, Richard Herckenrath,. - Box 2, folder 5,8.
    Booth, Charles Brandon,. - Box 2, folder 8.
    Braisted, William Clarence, 1864- . - Box 1, folder 19.
    Bridge, Norman. - Scrapbook.
    Briggs, Arthur E 1881- . - Box 1, folder 12; - Box 2, folder 14; - Box 3, folder 20; - Box 4, folder 11; - Box 13, folder 13,19.
    Bringham, H. - Box 4, folder 11.
    Brotherhood Players. - Scrapbook.
    Britten, Fred A. 1871- . - Box 4, folder 10.
    Browne, Lewis, 1897- . - Box 3, folder 2,3,5,19.
    Brownell, G. - Box 2, folder 8.
    Bruce, Ethel. - Box 3, folder 17.
    Bryan, Charles Wayland, 1867- . - Box 2, folder 4.
    Bryan, William Jennings, 1860-1925. - Box 2, folder 12; - Box 4, folder 6.
    Bryan, William Jennings, 1860-1825. - Box 2, folder 4 in letter of Charles W. Bryan.
    Bryant, Louise. - Box 2, folder 7.
    Burbank, Luther, 1849-1926. - Box 15.
    Burbank, Luther, 1849-1926. - Box 1, folder 17 in letter of Binner.
    Burdette, Clara (Bradley) 1855- . - Box 1, folder 8,9.
    Burgess, Maude W. - Box 2, folder 12.
    Burroughs, John, 1837-1921. - Box 1, folder 15; - Box 2, folder 8; - Box 4, folder 3.
    Burroughs, John, 1837-1921. - Box 2, folder 3.
    Burton, Richard Eugene, 1861-1940. - Box 2, folder 4.
    Burton, Theodore Elijah, 1851-1929. - Box 2, folder 4.
    Bush, Carl. - Box 2, folder 11.
    Butts, Robert S. - Box 3, folder 17.
    Cadman, Charles Wakefield, 1881-1946. - Box 2, folder 15.
    Caldecott, Ernest. - Box 4, folder 12.
    Calder, William Moir, 1881- . - Box 4, folder 12.
    California Hospital, Los Angeles. - Box 1, folder 8,15 in letters of Walter Lindley.
    California Politics and Government. - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    Carman, William Bliss, 1861-1929. - Box 2, folder 8.
    Carter (Mrs. J.J.). - Box 4, folder 7.
    Cerf, Bennett Alfred, 1898- . - Box 3, folder 10.
    Chaffee, Adna Romanza, 1842-1914. - Box 4, folder 3.
    Chandler, Harry 1864- . - Box 4, folder 8.
    Chang, Hsin-hai, 1898- . - Box 3, folder 14.
    Chapman, Earl W. - Box 3, folder 3.
    Claire, Bonnie. - Box 3, folder 18.
    Clark, (Mr.?). - Box 4, folder 11.
    Clark, Champ (James Beuchamp), 1850-1921. - Box 2, folder 3.
    Clark, William Andrews, 1877-1934. - Scrapbook; - Box 13, folder 6
    Chase, Ray E. - Box 2, folder 19.
    Clymer, John L. - Scrapbook.
    Coate, Lowell Harrison, 1889- . - Box 3, folder 1.
    Cobb, Irvin Shrewsbury, 1876-1955. - Box 3, folder 5.
    Coburn, Foster Dwight, 1846-1924. - Box 1, folder 3.
    Coffee, Rabi Rudolph Issac, 1878- . - Box 2, folder 19.
    Coit, Stanton, 1857- . - Box 1, folder 15; - Box 4, folder 2,3.
    Colden, Charles J. - Box 2, folder 18.
    Collier, John, 1884- . - Box 3, folder 4,5,8,14; - Box 4, folder 8,9.
    Collier, John, 1884- . - Box 3, folder 4.
    Communism. - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    Community Park and Arts Association. Los Angeles, California. - Box 2, folder 9, 11; - Box 13, folder 3-5; Scrapbook.
    Cook, C.V. - Box 2, folder 19.
    Cooke, Edmund Vance. - Box 2, folder 12.
    Corey, Arthur F. - Box 3, folder 16.
    Cornish, Frank V. - Box 2, folder 6.
    Cowell, Henry. - Box 2, folder 14.
    Crain, Hal Davidson, 1891- . - Box 2, folder 14.
    Crane-Gartz, Kate. - Box 1, folder 11; - Box 2, folder 19; - See Gartz, Mrs. Kate (Crane).
    Criswell, Ralph L. - Box 2, folder 14.
    Crocker, Charles M. - Box 2, folder 19.
    Cryer, George E. - Box 2, folder 12.
    Darrow, Clarence Seward, 1857-1938. - Box 1, folder 6,7,17,18,19; - Box 2, folder 1,3,5,9,11,12,17-19; - Box 3, folder 4; - Box 4, folder 6,8.
    Darrow, Clarence Seward, 1857-1938. - Box 2, folder 1,2,7,13,17,19; - Box 3, folder 1,2,3.
    Darrow, Mrs. Ruby. - Box 1, folder 19; - Box 2, folder 11,12,17; - Box 3, folder 1-4,7.
    Dawson, Glen, 1912- . - Box 3, folder 19.
    Debs, Eugene Victor, 1855-1926. - Box 2, folder 14; - Box 4, folder 7.
    Debs, Eugene Victor, 1855-1926. - Box 2, folder 9.
    Debs, Theodore. - Box 2, folder 12,14.
    Democratic Party. - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    Derby, George. - Box 3, folder 8.
    Dhercwander, Swain. - Box 2, folder 19.
    Dixon, Samuel Gibson, 1851-1918. - Box 1, folder 17; - Box 2, folder 4,5.
    Dockweiler, Henry I., 1893- . - Box 3, folder 16.
    Downey, Sheridan, 1884- . - Box 3, folder 9,10.
    Dreiser, Mrs. Helen (Patges). - Box 3, folder 16.
    Dreiser, Theodore, 1871-1945. - Box 3, folder 10.
    Dreiser, Theodore, 1871-1945. - Box 3, folder 16 in letter of Helen Dreiser.
    Durant, William James, 1885- . - Box 3, folder 16,20.
    Dulles, John Foster, 1888-1959. - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    Dyer, Frank, 1875- . - Box 3, folder 19.
    Earl, Edwin T. 1857(?)-1919. - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    Eastman, Max, 1883- . - Box 4, folder 6.
    Eddie, Guy. - Box 3, folder 19.
    Edison, Thomas Alva, 1847-1931. - Box 2, folder 3; - Box 4, folder 5,12.
    Edison, Thomas Alva, 1847-1931. - Box 1, folder 15; - Box 2, folder 3.
    Edlesohn, Rebecca. - Box 2, folder 2 in letter of Goldman.
    Edson, Charles Farwell, 1864- . - Scrapbook.
    Edward William A. - Box 4, folder 12.
    Einstein, Albert, 1879-1955. - Box 3, folder 17.
    Eisenhower, Dwight David, 1890- . - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    Eliot, Charles William, 1834-1926. - Box 1, folder 13,15.
    Fagans, Philip Dunn, 1884- . - Box 2, folder 11.
    Fairbanks, Charles Warren, 1852-1918. - Box 1, folder 15; - Box 4, folder 3.
    Faries, David Reid, 1891- . - Box 4, folder 12,9.
    Farmer, Zack J. -Scrapbook; - Box 13, folder 6
    Fels, Joseph, 1854-1914. - Box 1, folder 14; - Box 4, folder 3.
    Fels, Joseph, 1854-1914. - Box 2, folder 1 in letter of Keifer.
    Ferguson, William Frisbee, 1861-1929. - Box 1, folder 14; - Box 4, folder 2.
    Field, Douglas. - Box 3, folder 16.
    Fink, David. - Box 3, folder 9.
    Finn, William J. - Box 3, folder 6.
    Flint, Frank Putnam, 1862-1929. - Box 1, folder 6-12,14.
    Flores Magòn, Enrique. - Box 2, folder 4.
    Flores Magòn, Mrs. Maria B. - Box 2, folder 4,7.
    Flores Magòn, Ricardo, 1873-1922. - Box 2, folder 4,7.
    Ford Foundation. - Box 4, folder 10.
    Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. - Box 2, folder 3,4; - Box 3, folder 8; - Box 4, folder 6,8; - Box 13, folder 16
    Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. - Box 2, folder 3.
    Ford, John Anson, 1883- . - Box 3, folder 20; - Box 13, folder 14.
    Francis, John Haywood. - Box 1, folder 17; - Box 2, folder 3.
    Frazee, Issac I. - Scrapbook.
    Friends and supporters of the Hollywood Bowl. - Box 4, folder 7.
    Frost, Lowell C. - Box 3, folder 18.
    Furniss, Horace Howard. - Box 1, folder 9, 10
    Gale, Zona, 1874-1938. - Box 2, folder 4,8.
    Garfield, Harry Augustus, 1863-1942. - Box 1, folder 15; - Box 4, folder 3.
    Garland, Hamlin, 1860-1940. - Box 3, folder 5.
    Garland, Hamlin, 1860-1940. - Box 3, folder 5.
    Gartz, Mrs. Kate (Crane). - Box 1, folder 11; - Box 2, folder 19.
    Geddes, Norman Bel, 1893- . - Box 3, folder 16, 17.
    Geddes, Norman Bel, 1893- . - Box 3, folder 10.
    Gibson, Hugh Simons, 1883- . - Box 2, folder 10 in letter of Mary Gibson.
    Gibson, Mrs. Mary G. - Box 2, folder 10.
    Geiger, Hector. - Box 3, folder 16.
    Gerson, (Miss?). - Box 4, folder 12.
    Gerson, Cecil. - Box 4, folder 12.
    Gerson, Clem W. - Box 4, folder 12.
    Gerson, Gerald P. - Box 4, folder 12.
    Gerson, Louis Jay. - Box 4, folder 12.
    Gerson, Lowell W. - Box 3, folder 16,17,18.
    Gerson, Maurice H. - Box 3, folder 18.
    Gerson, Mildred. - Box 3, folder 17.
    T.P. Gerson Friendship Dinner, 1929. - Box 4, folder 13.
    T.P. Gerson Memorial Fund. - Box 4, folder 10,14.
    Godowsky, Leopold. - Scrapbook.
    Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940. - Box 1, folder 17; - Box 2, folder 1-7,19; - Box 3, folder 1-3; - Box 4, folder 5.
    Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940. - Box 2, folder 1,4; - Box 3, folder 5,7,9,10; - Box 4, folder 5.
    Gould, George Milbry, 1848-1922. - Box 1, folder 1-4,10.
    Gossens, Eugene. - Box 3, folder 6.
    Graham, S.C. - Box 2, folder 3.
    Grierson, Francis, 1848-1929. - Box 2, folder 8.
    Griggs, Edward Howard, 1868- . - Box 2, folder 12.
    Grumbine, Le Roy Adam,. - Box 1, folder 19; - Box 3, folder 17,18; - Box 4, folder 12.
    Grumbine, Ruth Colborn. - Box 1, folder 19; - Box 3, folder 16,17,19,20.
    Guggenheim, William, 1869- . - Box 4, folder 12.
    Gumbel, Robert W. - Box 4, folder 8.
    Haefer, Walter. - Box 3, folder 15,16.
    Halsey, William Frederick, 1882- . - Box 1, folder 19.
    Hampden, Walter. - Scrapbook.
    Hampton, Walter. - Scrapbook.
    Hancock, Allan. - Box 3, folder 8,19,20; - Box 4, folder 8-10.
    Hanson, Howard, 1896- . - Box 3, folder 6.
    Hardy, Rex. - Box 3, folder 11.
    Harland, Marion (pseudonym). see Terhune, Mrs. Mary Virginia (Hawes) 1831-1922.
    Harper, Arthur C. - Box 1, folder 8.
    Harriman, William Averell, 1891- . - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    Haris, Thomas L. - Box 3, folder 16; - Box 13, folder 14
    Harrison, Charles Curtis, 1844-1929. - Box 1, folder 1,6-8,11,13-15; - Box 4, folder 2.
    Hartman, Sadakichi, 1869-1944. - Box 2, folder 5, folder 14.
    Hartman, Sadakichi, 1869-1944. - Box 2, folder 5.
    Hartz, Hamilton. - Box 3, folder 5.
    Haskin, Frederick Jennings, 1872-1955. - Box 1, folder 15.
    Harvard, (Mr.). - Box 4, folder 12.
    Hawthorne, Julian, 1846-1934. - Box 1, folder 10,11.
    Haynes, Dorce. - Box 2, folder 11.
    Haynes, John Randolph, 1853-1937. - Box 1, folder 16; - Box 2, folder 3,11,12; - Box 3, folder 4,5,8; Scrapbook; - Box 4, folder 8.
    Heineman, Theodore William, 1836- . - Box 1, folder 8,9,15,16.
    Heist, A.A. - Box 3, folder 18; - Box 4, folder 9.
    Heney, Francis Joseph, 1859-1937. - Box 2, folder 6.
    Henry, John Norman, 1874- . - Box 2, folder 10.
    Hepburn, Katherine, 1909- . - Box 4, folder 9.
    Hershey, Mira. - Scrapbook.
    Hertz, Alfred, 1872- . - Box 2, folder 14; - Box 3, folder 6.
    Higbee, Harriette C. - Scrapbook.
    Hobson, John Atkinson, 1858-1940. - Box 2, folder 8.
    Hornaday, William Temple, 1854-1937. - Box 2, folder 3.
    Hodgins, E Stanton,. - Box 3, folder 16.
    Hoffman, Paul Gray, 1891- . - Box 4, folder 10.
    Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, Calif. - Box 1, folder 8; - Box 2, folder 6,11,14,15,19; - Box 3, folder 5,6,8,11,14,16-20; - Box 4, folder 7-10,12; - Box 13, folder 4-21;
    How, James Eads, 1868- . - Box 2, folder 13.
    Hubbard, Elbert, 1859-1915. - Box 1, folder 8,12,13; - Box 2, folder 3; - Box 4, folder 12.
    Hughes, Charles Evans, 1862-1948. - Box 4, folder 11.
    Hughes, Charles Evans, 1862-1948. - Box 2, folder 4,8.
    Hughes, Rupert, 1872- . - Box 2, folder 9.
    Hull, James S-. - Scrapbook.
    Hull, Thomas-. - Box 4, folder 9.
    Huntington, Henry Edwards, 1850-1927. - Scrapbook.
    Hutt, Henry, 1875- . - Box 4, folder 12.
    Irish, Mrs. Florence Mathiede (Behm) 1889- . - Box 2, folder 19; - Box 4, folder 2.
    Jacobi, Abraham, 1830-1919. - Box 4, folder 6.
    James, George Wharton, 1853-1923. - Box 1, folder 14.
    Johnson, Alvin. - Box 3, folder 8; - Box 4, folder 8.
    Johnson, Hiram Warren, 1866-1929. - Box 3, folder 2,4; - Box 4, folder 8.
    Jones, Mary (Harris) Mother, 1830-1930. - Box 2, folder 13.
    Jordan, David Starr, 1851-1931. - Box 2, folder 5; - Box 4, folder 12.
    Kaiser, Henry J, 1882- . - Box 3, folder 20; - Box 4, folder 10.
    Kefauver Estes, 1903- . - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    Keller, Helen Adams, 1880- . - Box 3, folder 13.
    Kelley, Florence, 1859-1932. - Box 2, folder 8.
    Kellogg, Arthur P. - Box 1, folder 14.
    Kelly, Howard Arwood, 1858-1943. - Box 1, folder 1,2.
    Kent, William, 1851-1918. - Box 2, folder 4.
    Kiefer, Daniel. - Box 1, folder 15,16; - Box 2, folder 1.
    King, Carl V. - Box 1, folder 14.
    Kingsley, W. Harold. - Box 3, folder 19.
    Kinkaid, Mary Holland. - Box 1, folder 19.
    Kinney, Abbot, 1850-1920. - Box 1, folder 12.
    Koehler, Mercedes. - Box 3, folder 17.
    Koussevitsky, Sergei. - Box 3, folder 20; - Box 4, folder 10.
    Krehbiel, Edward Benjamin, 1878- . - Box 2, folder 7,8.
    Kreymborg, Alfred, 1883- . - Box 3, folder 2.
    Krueger, Karl, 1894- . - Box 3, folder 6.
    Kuster, Edward G. - Scrapbook.
    Laing, Mrs. Margaret R. - Box 3, folder 16.
    Laird, Warren Powers. - Box 2, folder 3; - Box 4, folder 5.
    Lamberton, William Alexander, 1848-1910. - Box 1, folder 1.
    La Verne, Leah Moore. - Box 3, folder 15.
    Lea, Mrs. Anna J. - Box 4, folder 2.
    Lea, Arthur Henry, 1859-. - Box 1, folder 13,15.
    Lea, Henry Charles, 1825-1909. - Box 1, folder 13.
    Le Prade, Ruth. - Box 2, folder 5; - Box 3, folder 4,15.
    Le Prade, Ruth. - Box 2, folder 14.
    Leslie, Kenneth. - Box 3, folder 16.
    Liberal Press of America. - Box 7, folder 1.
    Lindley, Walter, 1852- . - Box 1, folder 8,15.
    Lindsey, Benjamin Barr, 1869-1943. - Box 2, folder 18,19; - Box 3, folder 1-4.
    Lindsey, Benjamin Barr, 1869-1943. - Box 3, folder 7.
    Lindsey, Mrs. Henrietta (Brevoort). - Box 2, folder 17; - Box 3, folder 1,7,9,19.
    Lissner, Meyer, 1871-1930. - Box 1, folder 14-16; - Box 4, folder 2,3.
    Lloyd, John Uri, 1849-1936. - Box 1, folder 11.
    Logan, Mrs. Mary Simmerson (Cunningham), 1853-1923. - Box 1, folder 9.
    Los Angeles Board of Civil Service Commissioners. - Box 4, folder 4.
    Los Angeles Municipal Newspaper. - Box 1, folder 4.
    Los Angeles - politics and government. - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    Los Angeles Public Library. - Box 1, folder 10.
    Los Angeles Times. - Box 4, folder 9.
    Louis, Joe, 1914- . - Box 3, folder 11.
    Lummis, Charles Fletcher, 1859-1928. - Box 1, folder 10.
    Lummis, Charles Fletcher, 1859-1928. - Box 2, folder 16.
    McAdoo, William Gibbs, 1863-1941. - Box 3, folder 7; - Box 4, folder 8.
    McAdoo, William Gibbs, 1863-1941. - Box 3, folder 4.
    McCarthy, J Harvey. - Box 2, folder 15.
    McCarthy, Joseph Raymond, 1909- . - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    McDaniel Joseph Milton, 1902- . - Box 3, folder 20; - Box 4, folder 10.
    McFadden, Louis T 1876- . - Box 4, folder 12.
    MacFarlane, John Muirhead, 1855- . - Box 1, folder 4.
    McKeag, C E. - Box 2, folder 2.
    McKenzie, R Tait. - Box 2, folder 7.
    McLachlan, James, 1852-1940. - Box 1, folder 10,11.
    MacMahon, Henry I. - Box 1, folder 10.
    Magón Ricardo Flores. see Flores Magón, Richardo, 1873-1922.
    Manning, William T., 1865-1908. - Box 1, folder 14; 4, folder 2.
    Markham, Edwin, 1852-1940. - Box 3, folder 9.
    Martin, Edward, 1859-1938. - Box 1, folder 15.
    Martin, Everett Dean, 1880-1941. - Box 3, folder 9; - Box 13, folder 17
    Martin, E.N. - Box 2, folder 19; Scrapbook; - Box 13, folder 3,4,5,10
    Mason, Max, 1877- . - Box 4, folder 8,9.
    Merola, Galtano. - Box 3, folder 6.
    Meyer, Kuno, 1858-1919. - Box 2, folder 5.
    Millikan, Robert Andrew, 1868- . - Box 2, folder 12.
    Mills, Benjamin Fay, 1857-1916. - Box 1, folder 6-13,17,18; - Box 4, folder 1,2.
    Mills, Benjamin Fay, 1857-1916. - Box 1, folder 9.
    Mills, Mary (Russell). - Box 1, folder 10-12.
    Mills, Mrs. Esther B. - Box 3, folder 4.
    Mitchell, M.C. - Box 1, folder 1.
    Monnette, George W. -Scrapbook.
    Moody, Charles Amadon, 1863-1910. - Box 1, folder 8.
    Mooney, Thomas J. Zecharich, 1855-1942. - Box 3, folder 5,7,9.
    Mooney-Billings Committee. - Box 1, folder 12; - Box 2, folder 14.
    Moore, John. - Box 3, folder 16.
    Morrow, Irving F. -Scrapbook.
    Moses, Adolph, 1840-1902. - Box 1, folder 1.
    Munro, William Bennett, 1874- . - Box 2, folder 12.
    Mullgardt, Louis Christian. - Box 2, folder 10; Scrapbook; - Box 13, folder 1-5,8,15
    Murphy, John Benjamin, 1857-1916. - Box 1, folder 4.
    Myers, Albert Cook, 1875- . - Box 2, folder 2.
    National Cyclopedia of America. - Box 4, folder 8.
    Nelson, Nason Olsen, 1844-1922. - Box 2, folder 1.
    Neutra, Dione. - Box 3, folder 16.
    Neutra, Richard Joseph, 1892- . - Box 3, folder 3; - Box 13, folder 14
    Nilson (Mr.). - Box 4, folder 11.
    Nixon, Richard Milhous, 1912- . - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    Norman, Lucille. - Box 2, folder 5.
    Northcutt (Mr.). - Box 4, folder 9.
    Noyes, Alfred, 1880- . - Box 2, folder 5.
    Packard, Rose Marie. - Box 2, folder 17.
    Palma, Raul. - Box 2, folder 6.
    Pankhurst, Estelle Sylvia, 1882- . - Box 1, folder 15; - Box 4, folder 3.
    Pease, Major Frank. - Box 2, folder 19.
    Penniman, Joseph Harman, 1868-1941. - Box 1, folder 1.
    Penrose, Bois, 1860-1921. - Box 1, folder 2-5; - Box 4, folder 10.
    Perkins, George Clement, 1839-1923. - Box 1, folder 5,6,10,15.
    Phillips, Lee A. -Scrapbook.
    Pike, Eva Frances. - Box 2, folder 17.
    Platt, Charles D. -Scrapbook; - Box 13, folder 3
    Pole, Reginald. - Box 3, folder 3,20.
    Pomeroy, William C. - Box 3, folder 16.
    Pomeroy, William C. - Box 3, folder 16.
    Post, Alice (Thacher) 1853- . - Box 2, folder 1.
    Post, Louis Freeland, 1849-1928. - Box 4, folder 5.
    Post, Louis Freeland, 1849-1928. - Box 1, folder 15,16; - Box 2, folder 1.
    Pottenger, Frank Marion, 1869- . - Box 3, folder 18,21.
    Poulson, Norris, 1895- . - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    Powell, Lawrence Clark, 1906- . - Box 3, folder 20.
    Powell, Lyman Pierson, 1866-1946. - Box 1, folder 2-5,7,8,19; - Box 2, folder 13,16,19; - Box 3, folder 7.
    Powell, Edward Alexander, 1879- . - Box 1, folder 16.
    Power, Frederick Tyrone, 1869-1931. - Box 2, folder 4; - Box 4, folder 6.
    Prang, Louis, 1824-1919. - Box 1, folder 12.
    Pyle, Howard, 1853-1911. - Box 1, folder 10,11.
    Quay, Matthew Stanley, 1833-1904. - Box 1, folder 4.
    Rall, Pearl. - Box 2, folder 15.
    Rand, Violet. - Box 2, folder 9.
    Randall, Charles Hiram, 1863- . - Box 2, folder 4.
    Ray, Charles. - Box 4, folder 12.
    Redding, W. - Box 2, folder 4.
    Reed, H Ellis. -Scrapbook; - Box 13, folder 2,6,14
    Republican Party. - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    Reynolds, W J. - Box 2, folder 14.
    Richards, Richard, 1916-. - Box 3, folder 20.
    Richards, Richard, 1916- . - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    Riesenfeld, Hugo. - Box 3, folder 6.
    Riis, Jacob August, 1849-1914. - Box 1, folder 5.
    Robins, Raymond, 1873- . - Box 2, folder 5.
    Rockefeller, John Davison, 1874- . - Box 4, folder 8.
    Roman, Frederick W. - Box 3, folder 17.
    Ronnel, Leon. - Box 3, folder 17.
    Roosevelt, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt (Roosevelt), 1884- . see Roosevelt, Mrs. Anna Eleanor Roosevelt (Roosevelt), 1884- . - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, president U.S., 1882-1945. - Box 4, folder 8.
    Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, president U.S., 1882-1945. - Box 3, folder 4; 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    Roosevelt, James, 1907- . - Box 3, folder 16.
    Roosevelt, Theodore, president U.S., 1853-1919. - Box 4, folder 12.
    Roosevelt Hospital. Los Angeles. see Los Angeles. Roosevelt Hospital.
    Roew, L. S. - Box 2, folder 14.
    Rowell, Chester Harvey, 1867-1948. - Box 2, folder 2.
    Rubel, Jacob. - Box 3, folder 17.
    Rubenstein, Arthur, 1889- . - Box 2, folder 2.
    Rudolph, Michael. - Box 2, folder 9.
    Russell, Charles Edward, 1860-1941. - Box 2, folder 1.
    Russia. - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    Rutis, Mrs.. - Box 3, folder 17.
    Sacco, Frances Pole. - Box 3, folder 17.
    St. Denis, Ruth, 1880- . - Box 2, folder 17; Scrapbook; - Box 13, folder 3
    Sanger, Margaret Higgins, 1883- . - Box 2, folder 4,6; - Box 4, folder 6.
    Sanger, Margaret Higgins, 1883- . - Box 3, folder 7.
    Schaeffer, Nathan Crist, 1849-1919. - Box 1, folder 9.
    Schelling, Felix Emmanuel, 1858- . - Box 1, folder 1.
    Scherer, Mrs. Bessie. - Box 1, folder 14.
    Scherer, James Augustus Brown, 1870-1944. - Box 1, folder 15; - Box 2, folder 3; - Box 4, folder 3,6
    Scherer, James Augustus Brown, 1870-1944. - Box 1, folder 14.
    Scott, Joseph, 1867-1958. - Box 3, folder 3.
    Seton, Ernest Thompson, 1860-1946. - Box 2, folder 12.
    Seton, Ernest Thompson, 1860-1946. - Box 3, folder 19.
    Seton, Mrs. Julia. - Box 3, folder 12,19.
    Severence Club. - Box 1, folder 10,14-17; - Box 2, folder 3-5,8-10,12; - Box 3, folder 9,16,18; - Box 4, folder 12; - Box 6.
    Shakespeare Foundation. - Box 1, folder 19.
    Shawn, Ted, 1891- . - Box 2, folder 1.
    Sherwood, G. G. - Box 4, folder 10.
    Shevlin, V. L. - Box 4, folder 8.
    Shippen, Edward, 1826-1911. - Box 1, folder 1.
    Shostedt, Walter E. - Box 2, folder 11.
    Sibley, Robert. - Box 1, folder 18; - Box 4, folder 7.
    Sidis, Boris. - Box 2, folder 11.
    Sidis, William James, 1898- . - Box 2, folder 11,13; - Box 3, folder 9.
    Simon, Louis M. - Box 2, folder 18; - Box 4, folder 11.
    Silvin, Edward. - Box 2, folder 2.
    Sinclair, Mary (Craig). - Box 2, folder 18,19.
    Sinclair, Upton Beall, 1878- . - Box 2, folder 4,6,9,13,14,16,19; - Box 3, folder 2.
    Sinclair, Upton Beall, 1878- . - Box 3, folder 2.
    Skinner, Otis, 1858-1942. - Scrapbook.
    Smith, Curtis A. - Box 4, folder 12.
    Smith Ellis Donald. - Box 1, folder 3; - Box 13, folder 10
    Smith, Edgar Fahs, 1854-1928. - Box 1, folder 8,9,12-18; - Box 4, folder 3.
    Smith, Mary Roget. - Box 1, folder 17.
    Smith, Paul Jordan, 1885- . - Box 2, folder 11,14,15; - Box 3, folder 7,16,19,20.
    Smith, Sarah (Bixby). - Box 2, folder 12,13,17; - Box 13, folder 14.
    Smith, William Alden, 1859-1932. - Box 2, folder 4; - Box 4, folder 6.
    Smyth, Albert Henry, 1863-1907. - Box 1, folder 1,2,19.
    Somerfeld-Ziskind, Mrs. Esther. - Box 3, folder 16.
    Southwest Society, Archaeological Institute of America. - Box 1, folder 10.
    Spalding, William Andrew, 1852-1941. - Box 1, folder 9,10,13,17.
    Spalding, Ernest Wilder, 1899- . - Box 3, folder 10.
    Spitzer, Ceilan M. - Box 2, folder 4.
    Sprading, Charles T. - Box 3, folder 1.
    Starbuck, Edwin Diller, 1886-1947. - Box 3, folder 1,3,6.
    Starbuck, Margaret. - Box 3, folder 16.
    Stearn, Mrs.. - Scrapbook.
    Steffens, Lincoln. - Box 2, folder 16.
    Steffens, Mrs. Lincoln. - Box 2, folder 16.
    Stephens, Raymond W. - Scrapbook.
    Stephens, William Dennison, 1859-1944. - Box 1, folder 17,18; - Box 2, folder 1-4.
    Stevenson, Christine Wetherhill. - Scrapbook; - Box 13, folder 2,3.
    Stevenson, Mrs. Sarah Yorke, 1847-1921. - Box 1, folder 5; Scrapbook; - Box 4, folder 12; - Box 13, folder 1,2,15.
    Stevens, David Harrison, 1884- . - Box 3, folder 8.
    Stevens, William Bertrand, bp., 1884- . - Box 2, folder 14.
    Stevenson, Adali Ewing, 1900- . - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    Stillé, Mrs.. - Box 1, folder 5.
    Stock, Frederick. - Box 3, folder 6.
    Stokowski, Leopold Boleslawowicz Stanislaw, 1887- . - Box 1, folder 18; - Box 3, folder 6,14.
    Straiton, Emma Valentia. - Box 2, folder 14.
    Studholme, J.M. - Box 3, folder 4.
    Sulzabacher, W.F. - Box 2, folder 3.
    Taft, Clinton J. - Box 2, folder 13-15; - Box 3, folder 1.
    Terhune, Mrs. Mary Virginia (Hawes), 1831-1922. - Box 1, folder 4. (Pseudonym) Signed Marion Harland
    Theater Arts Alliance. Los Angeles, California. - Scrapbook; - Box 13, folder 1-5,15,16
    Thorston, Regula. - Box 1, folder 19.
    Thornton, Richard H. - Box 1, folder 16.
    Toberman, Charles Edward, 1880- . - Box 3, folder 17,19; - Box 4, folder 9,12; - Box 13, folder 3,17
    True, Mrs. Carrie Ogle. - Box 3, folder 16.
    True, Ella P. - Box 4, folder 12.
    Truman, Harry S., 1884- . - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    Turner, Robert M. - Box 3, folder 3.
    United Nations. - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    Untermeyer, Samuel, 1858-1940. - Box 2, folder 8.
    U'ren, William. - Box 2, folder 6.
    U.S. - Politics and government. - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    United Technical Directors Association. - Box 4, folder 7.
    Ussher, Bruno David, 1889- . - Box 3, folder 5.
    The Venice Assembly. - Box 1, folder 6
    Venice, Calif. - Box 1, folder 12 in letter of Kinney.
    Viljoen, Benjamin Johannis, 1868-1917. - Box 2, folder 3.
    Villarreal, A.I. - Box 1, folder 14
    Voorhis, Horace Jeremiah (Jerry) 1901- . - Box 3, folder 13.
    Wallace, Henry A. - Box 1, folder 8; - Box 3, folder 6,17,19; - Box 4, folder 9,12.
    Ward, Artemas. - Box 2, folder 1.
    Warne, Clare. - Box 3, folder 18.
    Warren, Earl, 1891- . - Box 3, folder 21 in letters of Pottenger.
    Washington, Booker Taliafero, 1856-1915. - Box 1, folder 12.
    Watchorn, Robert, 1858-1944. - Box 2, folder 10,11.
    Watumull, Ellen. - Box 3, folder 16.
    Wecker, Karl, 1900- . - Box 3, folder 17.
    Weinstein, Israel. - Box 4, folder 12; - Box 3, folder 17.
    Wellinkoff, Helen. - Box 3, folder 17.
    Wendt, Julia (Bracken), 1871- . - Box 2, folder 8.
    Wheat, Lu, 1840-1909. - Box 1, folder 7-12.
    Wheeler, Benjamin Ide, 1854-1929. - Box 1, folder 11; - Box 2, folder 4.
    Whitaker, Julia (Chester) -1908. - Box 4, folder 12.
    White, Roderick W. - Box 3, folder 6; - Box 13, folder 11
    Whitnall, Gordon, 1888- . - Box 2, folder 7, 19.
    Who's Who Historical Society. - Box 1, folder 19.
    Wieczorek, Max, 1863- . - Box 2, folder 7-11,13.
    Wilbur, Ray Lyman, 1875- . - Box 2, folder 4,6; - Box 4, folder 6.
    Williamson, Victoria. - Box 3, folder 17.
    Wilson, Harry Hults, 1892- . - Box 3, folder 2.
    Wilson, Jackson Stitt, 1868- . - Box 4, folder 5.
    Wirin, Abraham Lincoln, 1900- . - Box 4, folder 12.
    Wise, Stephen Samuel, 1872- . - Box 1, folder 17; - Box 2, folder 3; - Box 4, folder 2.
    Witt, Bert. - Box 3, folder 18.
    Woertendyke, James H., 1869- . - Box 1, folder 14.
    Woolman, Lewis. - Box 1, folder 4.
    Works, Alice Louise (Pentecost). - Box 4, folder 5.
    Works, John Downey, 1847-1928. - Box 1, folder 15,16; - Box 2, folder 1-5,11.
    Works, John Downey, 1847-1928. - Box 4, folder 3,5.
    Works, Lewis R. - Box 4, folder 3; - Box 1, folder 16.
    Wright, Willard Huntington, 1888-1939. - Box 2, folder 6.
    Yenching University. Peking. - Box 3, folder 5.
    Young, Ella Flagg, 1845-1918. - Box 2, folder 4; - Box 4, folder 6.
    Young, James Thomas, 1873- . - Box 1, folder 9,10,12,15-17; - Box 4, folder 3.
    Zeitlin, Jacob Israel, 1902- . - Box 4, folder 10.
    Ziegner, Uriburu, J. - Box 1, folder 7.
    Zueblin, Charles, 1866-1924. - Box 4, folder 4; - Box 1, folder 14,15,17,18.

    Index to Correspondence in Box 13

    Angeleson, Andrew C. - Box 13, folder 14.
    Atwater, Gale H. - Box 13, folder 3.
    Balch, Allan Christopher, 1864- . - Box 13, folder 6,9,15.
    Balch, Janet. - Box 13, folder 7.
    Barker, F.E. - Box 13, folder 5.
    Barnsdall, Louise Aline, 1882-1946. - Box 13, folder 4.
    Bent, Arthur S. - Box 13, folder 6.
    Bond, Carrie Jacobs, 1862-1946. - Box 13, folder 15.
    Braye, Goodman J. - Box 13, folder 1.
    Brite, Raymond. - Box 13, folder 7.
    Brockway, A. - Box 13, folder 18.
    Bromfield, Louis. - Box 13, folder 12.
    Bruce, Herbert A. - Box 13, folder 17.
    Bruce, James Deacon. - Box 13, folder 17.
    Bryant, Mrs. Oliver Converse. - Box 13, folder 6.
    Calhoun, Virginia. - Box 13, folder 1,2.
    Carter, Artie Mason, 1879-1956. - Box 13, folder 5,6.
    Carter, W.E. - Box 13, folder 9.
    Chapman, Burdette H. - Box 13, folder 10.
    Coate, Lowell H. - Box 13, folder 13.
    Cooper, C.A. - Box 13, folder 9,15.
    Deano, Albert. - Box 13, folder 16.
    De Mille, Constance. - Box 13, folder 14.
    Detter, Ralph W. - Box 13, folder 11.
    Dickson, Neely. - Box 13, folder 2.
    Dorsey, Susan M. - Box 13, folder 5.
    Fenningston, Barbara. - Box 13, folder 8.
    Fink, David. - Box 13, folder 13.
    Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. - Box 13, folder 16.
    Ford, Thomas. - Box 13, folder 17.
    Fraser, Leon. - Box 13, folder 19.
    Furman, Edwin H. - Box 13, folder 6.
    Gallagher, Leo. - Box 13, folder 11.
    Garfield, John. - Box-13, folder 12.
    Gordon, Dudley C. - Box 13, folder 13.
    Gee, Gist N. - Box 13, folder 11.
    Harty, Hamilton. - Box 13, folder 16.
    Harris, Thomas L. - Box 13, folder 12.
    Hooker, Mrs. Edward N. - Box 13, folder 12.
    Howard, Clifford. - Box 13, folder 5.
    Huson, Willis E. - Box 13, folder 1,3.
    Irish, Florence M. - Box 13, folder 6-8,11.
    Johnson, Alvin S. - Box 13, folder 13,17.
    Jones, Isabella Morse. - Box 13, folder 18.
    Kahn, Otto Hermann 1867- . - Box 13, folder 8.
    Kroeger, Louis J. - Box 13, folder 18.
    Lafollette, Dorothy. - Box 13, folder 18.
    Leonard, Helen. - Box 13, folder 13.
    Mac Donald, Rena. - Box 13, folder 7.
    Macgowan, Kenneth, 1888-1963. - Box 13, folder 11.
    MacNussbaum. - Box 13, folder 14.
    Martin, Willsie. - Box 13, folder 5.
    McNitt, Rollin. - Box 13, folder 14.
    Mowat, Lynn D. - Box 13, folder 6.
    Muick, Nicholas. - Box 13, folder 14.
    Otto, Richard S. - Box 13, folder 11.
    Patterson, Ellis E., 1898- . - Box 13, folder 14.
    Perry, Everett R., 1876-1933. - Box 13, folder 1.
    Petree, Neil. - Box 13, folder 14.
    Pichel, Irving. - Box 13, folder 11.
    Post, Guy Bates. - Box 13, folder 12,13.
    Roosevelt, Eleanor. - Box 13, folder 19.
    Ruddock, Albert Billings, 1886- . - Box 13, folder 10.
    Schulberg, B.P. - Box 13, folder 15.
    Wood, Charles Erskine Scott. - Box 13, folder 17.
    Seiter, William, A. - Box 13, folder 10,15.
    Sloane, Norman H. - Box 13, folder 11,16.
    Smith, Caroline E. - Box 13, folder 4.
    St. Denis, Ruth, 1880- . - Box 13, folder 14,22.
    Stearns, Frederick Kimball. - Box 13, folder 4.
    Stechhan, H. - Box 13, folder 7.
    Stevens, O. - Box 13, folder 7.
    Stuart, Mirian. - Box 13, folder 13,19.
    Tandler, Adolph. - Box 13, folder 7.
    Tindall, Glenn M. - Box 13, folder 9,10.
    True, Ella P. - Box 13, folder 3.
    Wagner, Robert Ferdinand, 1877-1953. - Box 13, folder 17.
    Walden, Michael. - Box 13, folder 14.
    Wheeler, John M. - Box 13, folder 1.
    Wood, Henry J. - Box 13, folder 6,11.
    Wyant, George. - Box 13, folder 10.
    Yarnell, Catherine. - Box 13, folder 7.
    Zimmerer, Frank J. - Box 13, folder 5,14.