Grace Stoermer organized the Bank of Italy's Los Angeles women's department in 1923. When the women's departments merged with
general departments in 1930, Stoermer was named an assistant vice-president. The collection consists of correspondence, printed
materials, rosters, and photographs related to Stoermer's involvement with the California Commission, the 1932 Olympic Games,
the Association of Bank Women, the La Fiesta de Los Angeles, and various women's clubs and civic organizations.
Stoermer organized the Bank of Italy's Los Angeles women's department in 1923; when the bank changed its name to Bank of America
in 1930, the women's departments merged with general departments, and Stoermer was named an assistant vice-president.
49 boxes (24.5 linear ft.)
3 oversize boxes
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