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PRE-ELECTION MATERIAL

Box 1, Folder 1

Political campaign: platform of the Progressive party. First National Convention - Roosevelt and Johnson, 1913.

Box 1, Folder 2a

Correspondence pertaining to the election of Jones to state senate, 2 Jan. 1913.

Box 1, Folder 2b

H.C. Jones' election to state senate: miscellaneous material, 1913.

 

LEGISLATIVE CORRESPONDENCE, 1912-1913.

Arrangement

(Chronological within folders)
Box 1, Folder 3

A

Box 1, Folder 4a

B (Nov. 1912 - March 1913)

Box 1, Folder 4b

B (April 1913 - Dec. 1913)

Box 1, Folder 5

C

Box 1, Folder 6

D

Box 1, Folder 7

E

Box 2, Folder 8

F

Box 2, Folder 9

G

Box 2, Folder 10

H

Box 2, Folder 11

I

Box 2, Folder 12

J

Box 2, Folder 13

K

Box 2, Folder 14

15M (January through March 31, 1913)

Box 2, Folder 16

M (April 1, 1918 to April 11, 1914)

Box 2, Folder 17

N

Box 2, Folder 18

O

Box 3, Folder 19

PQ

Box 3, Folder 20

R

Box 3, Folder 22

T

Box 3, Folder 23

UV

Box 3, Folder 24

W

Box 3, Folder 25

XYZ

 

REFERENCE MATERIAL, 1913.

Box 3, Folder 26

Anti-Alien Land Bill

Box 3, Folder 27

Bids for Building, 1913-1914

Box 3, Folder 28

Billboards, Blue Sky Law, Boiler Inspection

Box 4, Folder 29

Cement Bill

 

Cemetery Removal

 

Civil Service

 

Combinations

 

Conservation

 

County Government Bill

 

Crime

Box 4, Folder 30

Dredges

 

Dry Zone

Box 4, Folder 31

Education

 

Eight Hour law

 

Eugenics

 

Elections

 

Embalmer's Bill

Box 4, Folder 32

Ferries

 

Fish and Game

 

Forestry

 

Fraternities

Box 4, Folder 33

Public Health and Quarantine Committee

Box 4, Folder 34

Injunction

 

Insurance

 

Irrigation

Box 4, Folder 35

Japanese Immigration

 

Judiciary and Legal Reform

Box 4, Folder 36

Labels, Manufacturer's name on

 

Labor

 

Legislative Reference Bureau

 

Liquor

Box 4, Folder 37

Mechanic's Lien Law

Box 4, Folder 38

Medical (see also: Public Health and Quarantine folder)

Box 5, Folder 39

Miscellaneous material, 1913

Box 5, Folder 40

Peace Societies

 

Pension for Teachers

 

Pipe Line Bill

 

Port San Jose

 

Progressives

 

Public Ownership (Government Ownership), 1913-1914

Box 5, Folder 41

Roads and Highways

Box 5, Folder 42

Senate

 

Social Evil

 

Socialism

 

State Fair

 

Sunday Law

Box 5, Folder 43

Taxation

 

Torrens Land Act

 

Tuberculosis

Box 5, Folder 44

Vaccination

 

Vice

 

Viticultural Industry

 

Workmen's Compensation

 

RECREATIONAL ENQUIRY COMMITTEE, 1913-1916

Box 5, Folder 45

Correspondence: A thru Q

Box 5, Folder 46

Correspondence: R

Box 6, Folder 47

Correspondence: S-Z

Box 6, Folder 48

Miscellaneous material

Box 6, Folder 49

H.C. Jones' Political Campaign and Election, 1914:Correspondence, A through B

Box 6, Folder 50

H-R Correspondence, A through B

Box 6, Folder 51

H.L. Jones' Political Campaign and Election, 1914:Correspondence S through Z

Box 6, Folder 52

H.L. Jones' Political Campaign and Election, 1914:Miscellaneous Material

Box 6, Folder 53

Other Political Campaigning, 1914-1916:Correspondence A-Z (for;Political Campaigning, 1914,see also folders no. 1955, 1056, File Drawer no. 17

 

LEGISLATIVE CORRESPONDENCE, 1915,(contains letters pertaining to Leg. Sess. 1915 (- 1917) (1914 -),divided by letter, chrono within by writer, receiver, organiz., or subject. Some grouped regardless to chrono same correspondent

Box 6, Folder 54

A

Box 7, Folder 55

B - January 1914 - March 1915

Box 7, Folder 56

B - April 1915 - 1916

Box 7, Folder 57

C - January 1915 - March 1915

Box 7, Folder 58

C - April 1915 - 1916

Box 7, Folder 59

D

Box 7, Folder 60

E-F

Box 7, Folder 61

G

Box 7, Folder 62

H

Box 7, Folder 63

I

Box 8, Folder 64

J

Box 8, Folder 65

K

Box 8, Folder 66

L

Box 8, Folder 67

M - January 1914 - March 1915

Box 8, Folder 68

April 1915 - 1916

Box 8, Folder 69

N

Box 8, Folder 70

O

Box 8, Folder 71

P

Box 8, Folder 72

Q

Box 8, Folder 73

R

Box 8, Folder 74

S - January 1914 - February 1915

Box 9, Folder 75

March 1915 - 1916

Box 9, Folder 76

T

Box 9, Folder 77

UV

Box 9, Folder 78

W-Z

 

REFERENCE MATERIAL, 1915

Box 9, Folder 79

Acknowledgement (Act to amend the Civil Code)

 

Agnew State Hospital. Director, Leonard Stocking

 

Agriculture, Department of

 

Alien Teachers

 

Apprentices

 

Architects

 

Automobiles

Box 9, Folder 80

Bible in Public Schools

 

Bills introduced by Senator Jones, 1915Session (not passed)

 

Bird and Arbor Conservation

 

Blindness

 

Blue Sky Law

 

Bohnett, Assemblyman, Bills introduced by, 1915Session

Box 9, Folder 81

Capital Punishment

 

Chattel Mortgages

 

Cement Bill

 

Cemetaries

 

Charities and Corrections, State Board of

 

Colleges

 

Compensation Insurance

 

Corporation Bills

 

County Government

Box 9, Folder 82

District Attorneys

 

Education

 

Elections Equalization, State Board of

 

Farmer's News: Direct Legislation

 

Fire Department: Two Platoon Issue

 

Fish and Game

 

Forest fire legislation

 

Fraudulent Representation

Box 9, Folder 83

Gambling

 

Grant, Senator E.E.: Recall Election

 

Imperial Valley Road

 

India Basin (SB 1209)

 

Injunctions

 

Insurance

 

Irrigation Districts

Box 10, Folder 84

Japanese

 

Jitneys Automobile Transportation

 

Judges, appointment of

 

Judiciary Committee: Leases, legal reform, miscellaneous

 

Jury System

 

Juvenile Court

Box 10, Folder 85

Labor

 

Lick Observatory

 

Loan Sharks

 

Liquor

 

Legislature, 1915:Senate Daily Journal

Additional Note

Inaugural Ceremonies Constitutional restrictions on Legislative Power
Box 10, Folder 86

Market Bill

 

Medical

 

Miscellaneous, 1915

 

Municipalities, Bills of interest to

 

Music, Teaching of (AB543)

Box 10, Folder 87

Normal Schools

 

Non-Partisanship, 1914-1915:Newspaper Clippings, letters, etc.

 

Non-Partisanship Bill, Johnson Administration, aimed at political and judicial reform, breaking control of machine and securing government in the hands of the people.

 

Oil

 

One Day of Rest in Seven Law: Sunday Closing Law

Box 10, Folder 88

Park Commission

 

Pension, Widow's Press Association

 

Plumbing

 

Panama - Pacific Exposition

 

Railroads

 

Redwood Park Trip

 

Roads and highways (John Muir Trail)

Box 10, Folder 89

Senate

 

Schools (see: Education, teachers)

 

Sheriffs

 

Short Ballot

 

Socialism

Box 10, Folder 90

Taxation

 

Teachers (see also: Education, Schools)

 

Tuberculosis

Box 10, Folder 91

University of California, Berkeley

 

Usury

 

Vaccination

 

Water Supply

 

Safety W indow Legislation

 

Women's organizations

 

Workmen's Compensation Insurance and Safety Act

Box 10, Folder 92

Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings, 1916

 

LEGISLATIVE CORRESPONDENCE, 1917

Box 10, Folder 93

A

Box 10, Folder 94

B - January 1916 - February 1917

Box 11, Folder 95

B - March 1917 - 1918(Box a)

Box 11, Folder 96

C - January 1916 - March 1917

Box 11, Folder 97

C - April 1917 - 1918

Box 11, Folder 98

DEF

Box 11, Folder 99

G

Box 11, Folder 100

H

Box 11, Folder 101

IJK

Box 11, Folder 102

L

Box 11, Folder 103

M - January 1916 - March 1917

Box 12, Folder 104

M - April 1917 - 1918(Box 12)

Physical Description: (*yellow)
Box 12, Folder 105

NO

Box 12, Folder 106

P

Box 12, Folder 107

QR

Box 12, Folder 108

S

Box 12, Folder 109

TUV

Box 12, Folder 110

W

Box 12, Folder 111

XYZ

 

REFERENCE MATERIAL, 1917

Box 12, Folder 112

Agnews

 

Almshouse

 

Apprentices

 

Arbitration

 

Army

Box 12, Folder 113

Bar Association

 

Big Basin

 

Birds

 

Building and Loan Association

 

Bills introduced by Senator Jones, 1917Legislature

Box 13, Folder 114

Capital

 

Capital Punishment

 

Chamber of Commerce

 

Child Labor

 

Christian Science

 

Churches

 

Community Charters, Community Property

 

County Clerks, County Assessors

 

Cooperatives

Box 13, Folder 115

Death Penalty

 

Deciduous Fruit Experiment Station

 

Drinking Cup Law

 

Dumbarton Bridge

Box 13, Folder 116

Education

 

Eight hour law

 

Employment

 

Expert Testimony

Box 13, Folder 117

Farm labor

 

Farmers' Union

 

Fish and Game law

 

Grand Jury

 

Grape Growing Industry

 

Handbook, Legislative for 1917

 

Happy Valley Irrigation district

 

Health Insurance

Box 13, Folder 118

Identification of criminals

 

Indeterminate Sentence, Association for

 

Indians

 

Injunctions

 

Insurance

Box 13, Folder 119

Jail

 

Jitneys

 

Jury System

 

Justices of the Peace

 

Jones and Benson

 

Johnson, Mira - Outlook magazine

Box 13, Folder 120

Labor

 

Lane Settlement Act

 

Legal Reform

 

Legislation, 1917:Miscellaneous

 

Liquor

Box 13, Folder 121

Market Act

 

Mediation

 

Medical

 

Military Training in Schools

 

Miscellaneous, 1917

 

Morons

 

Mother's pension

Box 13, Folder 122

Military Training, 1917

Box 13, Folder 123

Normal School

 

Newspaper Clippings, 1917

Box 14, Folder 124

Oakland

 

Pamphlets

 

Pensions for Police

 

Physical Training in Schools

 

Political

 

Printing, Office, State

 

Prison

 

Probation

 

Prohibition

 

Public Defenders

 

Real Estate

 

Reclamation

 

Registration for Draft

Box 14, Folder 125

Reclamation: Correspondence. January 1914 - March 1917.

Scope and Content Note

Senator Jones, Chairman of Senate Committee on Drainage, Swamp and Overflow Lands. Reorganization of California State Reclamation Board. Jones sought to replace current Board by Board of three. His committee studied the Reclamation Board Act.
Box 14, Folder 126

April 1917 - June 1917

Box 14, Folder 127

Reclamation: Clippings, Amendments, etc.

Box 14, Folder 128

Reclamation: Reports, Maps, Bills, Speeches, Pamphlets, etc.

Box 14, Folder 129

Reclamation: Reports, Maps, Bills, Speeches, Pamphlets, etc., (continued)

Box 15, Folder 130

Schools

 

Seeds

 

Senate

 

Short Ballot

 

Social Insurance (see: Health Insurance)

 

Sunday Closing Law

 

Sutter Basin

Box 15, Folder 131

Salon Closing Campaign

 

San Pedro Harbor

 

Taxes

 

Teachers' Pension

 

Textbooks

 

Tioga Road

 

Torrens T-Hes

 

Trading Stamps

 

Trappers

 

Trusts

 

Tulare Lake District

Box 15, Folder 132

Usury, Visual Education

 

Vivisection

 

Vocational Education

Box 15, Folder 133

Vivisection (Bill No. 798)

Box 15, Folder 134

Water

 

Women's Bills

 

Workmen's Compensation Act

 

Y.M.C.A.

Box 15, Folder 135

Folders 135 and 136 contain material pertaining to 1918

Box 15, Folder 135

A-K

Box 15, Folder 136

L-Z

Box 15, Folder 136

POLITICAL CAMPAIGNING IN PREPARATION FOR THE COMING ELECTIONS. The bulk of the material is correspondence filed under the first letter of the sendor or receiver and is chronological within the letter divisions. The remainder of the material consists of election-folders, photos, pamphlets, etc., which are filed alphabetically by the subject or candaidate to which they refer.

Box 15, Folder 137

1918Reference Material:

 

Child Labor

 

Dry Amendment/Dry Candidates

 

Health Insurance

 

Gov. Johnson

 

Statutes, compiled

 

War Work Campaign

 

LEGISLATIVE CORRESPONDENCE, 1919

Box 16, Folder 138

A

Box 16, Folder 139

B

Box 16, Folder 140

1918 - March 1919

Box 16, Folder 141

April 1919 - 1920

Box 16, Folder 142

D

Box 16, Folder 143

E

Box 16, Folder 144

F

Box 16, Folder 145

G

Box 16, Folder 146

H

Box 17, Folder 147

I

Box 17, Folder 148

J

Box 17, Folder 149

K

Box 17, Folder 150

L

Box 17, Folder 151

M

Box 17, Folder 152

N

Box 17, Folder 153

O

Box 17, Folder 154

P

Box 17, Folder 155

R

Box 17, Folder 156

1918 - February 1919

Box 17, Folder 157

S: March 1919 - 1920

Box 18, Folder 158

T

Box 18, Folder 159

UV

Box 18, Folder 160

W

Box 18, Folder 161

XYZ

 

REFERENCE MATERIAL, 1919

Box 18, Folder 162

Agriculture Bills

 

American Committee for Armenian and Syrian Relief

 

Americanism

 

Apples, standardization of

 

Automobiles, stealing

 

Appropriation

Box 18, Folder 163

Banks

 

Bar Association

 

Bee Keepers

 

Bennet, Bills supported by

 

Berry Growers

 

Big Basin Project

 

Bills endorsed by teachers

 

Building and Loan

Box 18, Folder 164

Bills introduced by Senator Jones, Legislative Session, 1919.Note on filing of Bills: Bills may be filed several ways--under B of Reference Material for a given legislative year; other copies of Bills may be filled according to the subject or topic about which they are concerned; they may be filed under title of the committee (s) to which they are referred by legislature. Usually, the copies of Bills under B of Reference Material file are those which were introduced into legislature by Senator Jones.

Box 18, Folder 165

Capital Punishment

 

Carnahan, H.B.

 

Cemetery Protection

 

Chamber of Commerce, San Francisco

 

Child aid

 

Child Hygiene Bureau

 

Child Labor Law

 

Clear Lake

 

Coca Cola

 

Commercial Federation

 

Community Property

 

Congressional Record

 

Corporations

 

County Gov't.

Box 18, Folder 166

Dairy Laws

 

Deaf and Blind, School for

 

Delinquent Women, State Home for

Box 18, Folder 167

Education

 

Employment Agencies

 

Experiment Station for Decidious Fruit

 

Expert Testimony

Box 18, Folder 168

Education. Education Committee: Correspondence, February 1919 - April 1919

Box 19, Folder 169

Education. Education Committee: Correspondence Bills, Amendments, etc.

Box 19, Folder 170

Farmers

 

Feed Standards

 

Fees, official

 

Finances

 

Fish and Game

 

Fire Boats

 

Forestry

Box 19, Folder 171

Grand Jury

 

German, teaching of in California Schools

 

Government control of Railroads

 

Harbor, San Francisco (see also under S)

 

Hay

 

Health Insurance

 

Hill, Andrew

 

Historian--Mighels

 

Homesteads

 

Hunter's Point Project

 

Industrial Accident Commission

 

Initiative

 

Injunction

 

Insurance

 

Irrigation

 

I.W.W.

Box 19, Folder 172

Japanese: immigration, land ownership, picture brides

 

Judges' Salaries, volume of business

 

Labor

 

League of Nations

 

Legal Reform

Box 19, Folder 173

Market Act

 

Market Director

 

Meadow Larks

 

Medical Practice Act

 

Military Training in Schools/Militarism

 

Milk Legislation

 

Money Case

 

Motor Vehicles, lights

 

Movies

 

Miscellaneous, 1919

Box 19, Folder 174

Nurses

 

Paint

 

Peace

 

Pension

 

Photographs

 

Pacheco Rancho

 

Presentation

 

Primary Laws

 

Prohibition

 

Probate procedure

 

Psychopathic hospital, state

 

Public Defenders

Box 19, Folder 175

Railroad-postwar readjustment

 

Real Estate

 

Reclamation

 

Reconstruction, postwar

 

Records

 

Red Cross

 

Redwoods League

 

Regulation

 

Reorganization

 

Republicans

 

Roads

Box 19, Folder 176

San Francisco Harbor

 

Santa Clara Boundary

 

Scenic

 

Schools

 

Shearer contest

 

Short Ballot

 

Sloane, W.A., for Judge

 

Social Health Insurance

 

Sunday Closing Law

 

Surety Companies

Box 20, Folder 177

Tidelands

 

Trading Stamps

 

Tuberculosis

 

Universities

 

Venereal Disease

 

Vivisection

Box 20, Folder 178

War Gardens

 

War Risk Insurance

 

Whittier School

 

Wills, inheritance

 

Women's Suffrage

 

Workmen's Compensation

 

Working Reserve, U.S. Boys'

 

EDUCATIONAL INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE, 1919

Box 20, Folder 179

Correspondence, A-B

Box 20, Folder 180

Correspondence, C

Box 20, Folder 181

Correspondence, D-H

Box 20, Folder 182

Correspondence, I-M

Box 20, Folder 183

Correspondence, N-T

Box 20, Folder 184

Correspondence, U-Z

Box 21, Folder 185

Reference Materials

Box 21, Folder 186

Requests for the Committee's Report, January 18, 1921 through November 3, 1921

Box 21, Folder 187

Report of the special committee on Education

 

INTERSESSION, 1920

Box 21, Folder 188

Correspondence. Filed by Subject Matter:

 

Agriculture

 

Committee of 48 for political, economic, and social reform

 

Constitutional Convention

 

Federal Aid

 

Federal Income Tax

 

Health

 

Herbert Hoover, Near East Relief

 

Japanese

 

Members Forum

 

State University

Box 21, Folder 189

Miscellaneous Materials: Leaflets, Commercial advertisements, publicity, letters, etc.

Box 21, Folder 190

Reference Material. Field by Subject Matter:

 

Commercial Arbitration

 

Consolidation of High School Districts

 

Cox, James M. for President

 

Forestry

 

Harding's Liquor Record-California

 

Johnson Campaign for President

 

Maine Centennial

 

Petroleum Products

 

Case of Charlotte Anita Whitney (Michborn)

 

The California Liberator

 

LEGISLATIVE CORRESPONDENCE, 1921,filed by name of correspondent

Box 22, Folder 191

A

Box 22, Folder 192

B, 1920 - February 1921

Box 22, Folder 193

B, March 1921 - December 1921

Box 22, Folder 194

C

Box 22, Folder 195

D

Box 22, Folder 196

E

Box 22, Folder 197

F

Box 22, Folder 198

G

Box 23, Folder 199

H

Box 23, Folder 200

I

Box 23, Folder 201

J

Box 23, Folder 202

K

Box 23, Folder 203

L

Box 23, Folder 204

M

Box 23, Folder 205

N

Box 23, Folder 206

O

Box 23, Folder 207

PQ

Box 23, Folder 208

R

Box 24, Folder 209

1920 - March 1921

Box 24, Folder 210

S, April 1921 - 1922

Box 24, Folder 211

T

Box 24, Folder 212

UV

Box 24, Folder 213

UV

Box 24, Folder 214

W, 1920 - March 1924

Box 24, Folder 215

XYZ, April 1921 - 1922

 

REFERENCE MATERIAL, 1921

Box 24, Folder 216

Advisory Boards

 

Agriculture

 

Arbitration

 

Autos

Box 24, Folder 217

Berry Baskets

 

Better America Federation

 

Big Basin

 

Building and Loan

 

Budget, 1921

Box 25, Folder 218

Capital Punishment

 

Catholics

 

Cattlemen's Association

 

Cemetery Removal

 

Chamber of Commerce

 

Child Labor

 

Chiropractors

 

Collection Agencies

 

Commonwealth Club

 

Community Property

 

Comptroller

 

Counties

 

County Government

 

Coyotes

 

Creditors

 

Crime

 

County Government, 1921(AB 199, Wright Bill) to amend the Political Code in regard to salaries, fees of officers of counties of the fourth class.

Box 25, Folder 219

Dairy Measures

 

Deciduous Fruit

 

Education

 

Eight Hour Law

 

Expert Witnesses

 

Flood Control

 

Foreign Trade

 

Forestry

 

Gasoline

 

Grape Growers' Organization

Box 25, Folder 220

Handbook, Legislature, 1921

 

Harbor, San Francisco

 

Harris Bill

 

Health

 

High Schools

 

Highways

 

Horticulture

 

Hydro-Electricity

Box 25, Folder 221

Indemnity Certificates

 

Indeterminate Sentence

 

Industrial Accident Commission

 

Initiative

 

Insurance

 

Irrigation

 

Japanese

 

Jews

 

Judges

Box 25, Folder 222

Labor

 

Lake County

 

Land Settlement

 

Law

 

Legislature

Box 25, Folder 223

Manufacturers

 

Marketing Price

 

Marshall Plan

 

Medical

 

Military Training

 

Miscellaneous

 

Motion Pictures

 

Motor Vehicles

Box 25, Folder 224

National Guard

 

Normal Schools

 

Normal Schools vs. Board of Control, 1920-1921

 

Nurses

Box 26, Folder 225

Oleomargarine

 

Osteopaths

 

Power Monopoly

 

Practical Psychology

 

Primary, Direct

 

Prison

 

Probate Orders

 

Progressives

 

Prohibition

 

Prostitution

 

Public Administrators

 

Public Ownership

 

Public Utilities

 

Pure Food

Box 26, Folder 226

Railroadmen

 

Real Estate

 

Re-apportionment

 

Redwoods League

 

Rehabilitation, Industrial

 

Reporters, Court

 

Republican, The National

 

Revolver Laws

Box 26, Folder 227

Re-apportionment. Legislature, 1921.

 

Fresno convention on reapportionment, December 17, 1921.

Scope and Content Note

Senator Jones appointed on committee to draft amendment to the State Constitution in re: restriction of representation in the State Senate. Folder includes correspondence (see: C.C. Young's opinion by request from Jones, Dec. 1921, under Reapportionment) and Jones notes written at the Fresno Convention.
Box 26, Folder 228

Reorganization of the State Government of California.

 

Correspondence, filed by correspondent or subject

Box 26, Folder 229

Social Insurance

 

Special Administrators

 

Stephens, Governor. Biennial Message

 

Syndicalism, criminal

 

Statuary, National Hall of

 

Supervisors

 

Sunday Laws

 

Taxes

 

Technology, Institute of

 

Torrens Land Act

 

Township, Santa Clara

Box 26, Folder 230

Taxation, A-M, Correspondence and Reference Material

Box 26, Folder 231

Taxation, N-Z

Box 27, Folder 232

Taxation, Corporate: Correspondence

Box 27, Folder 233

Taxation, Corporate: Reference Material

Box 27, Folder 234

Uniform Conditional Sales Act

 

Vivisection

 

Vaccination

 

Volstead Act and county enforcement ordinance (Prohibition Laws)

 

War Loan Organization

 

Water Development Act

Box 27, Folder 235

Workmen's Compensation: Correspondence

Box 27, Folder 236

Workmen's Compensation: Reference Material

 

INTERCESSION, 1922(filed by Correspondent's name)

Box 27, Folder 237

Correspondence: A-G

Box 27, Folder 238

Correspondence: H-Q

Box 28, Folder 239

Correspondence: R-Z

Box 28, Folder 240

Reference Materials: A-L

Box 28, Folder 241

Reference Materials: M-Z

 

LEGISLATIVE CORRESPONDENCE, 1923(filed by Correspondent's name)

Box 28, Folder 242

A

Box 28, Folder 243

B, January - February 1923

Box 28, Folder 244

March - May 1923

Box 28, Folder 245

C

Box 28, Folder 246

D

Box 28, Folder 247

EF

Box 29, Folder 248

G

Box 29, Folder 249

H

Box 29, Folder 250

J

Box 29, Folder 251

KL

Box 29, Folder 252

M

Box 29, Folder 253

NO

Box 29, Folder 254

PQ

Box 30, Folder 255

R

Box 30, Folder 256

1922 - February 1923

Box 30, Folder 257

S, March 1923 - 1924

Box 30, Folder 258

TUV

Box 30, Folder 259

1922 - February 1923

Box 30, Folder 260

W, March 1923 - 1924

Box 30, Folder 261

XYZ

 

REFERENCE MATERIAL, 1923

Box 30, Folder 262

Aircraft

 

Anonymous

 

Assessors

Box 30, Folder 263

Banking

 

Barbers

 

Bible in Schools

 

Big Basin

 

Boxing

 

Building and Loan

 

Bar Association

 

Bills introduced by Senator Jones, Legislature, 1923

Box 30, Folder 264

Budget, State of California, 1923-1925

 

New Executive State Budget, prepared by Governor Richardson

Box 30, Folder 265

Budget of Railroad Commission. Public Utilities corporations' report to Railroad Commission, 1923

Box 31, Folder 266

Budget, Correspondence and Clippings,

Box 31, Folder 267

Budget, Amendments, etc.

Box 31, Folder 268

Capital Punishment

 

Cemetery Removal

 

Charities and Corrections

 

Chattle Mortgages

 

Child Labor

 

Child Welfare

 

Christian Science

 

Colorado River Project

 

Consolidation

 

County Clerks

 

County Government

 

Courts

 

Clubs

 

Crimes

 

Community Property

 

Corporation Taxes

Box 31, Folder 269

Claims and Bills (expenses) 1923

Box 31, Folder 270

Dairy Council

 

Deaf and Blind

 

Delinquent Women

 

Democracy

 

Dental Mechanics

 

Divorce

 

Domestic Court

 

Dredging

 

Education

 

Employment Agencies

 

Farming

 

Federal Practice Liens

 

Firecracker Prohibition

 

Fish and Game

 

Forests

 

Farming

 

Foot and Mouth Disease

Box 32, Folder 271

Gasoline

 

Governmental Efficiency

 

Handbook, Legislature

 

Hetch Hetchy

 

Highway System

 

History Textbooks

 

Housing Shortage

 

Hichborn, Franklin

 

Illinois Constitution

 

Industrial Welfare Commission Report

 

Initiative Injunction

 

Insurance

 

Irish

 

Irrigation

 

Investigation, Witnesses

Box 32, Folder 272

Japanese

 

Jury

 

Kindergarten Legislation

 

King Tax Bill

 

Klu Klux Klan - 1 clipping re: Clan in Oregon

 

Labor

 

Legislative Procedure

 

Lobbying

 

Loma Prieta Game Refuge

 

Lotteries

Box 32, Folder 273

Masks, safety

 

Maternity

 

Medical

 

Mining

 

Minimum Wage Law

 

Miscellaneous, Legislature, 1923

 

Mother Lode Mine

 

Moving Pictures

Box 32, Folder 274

Motor Vehicles, taxation of, 1923-1924

 

Correspondence, June 15, 1923 - October 29, 1924

Box 32, Folder 275

National Economic League

 

Newspaper Clippings-Miscellaneous

 

Non-Partisan

 

Oil

 

Old Age Pension

Box 32, Folder 276

Pacific Epileptic Colony

 

Partisanship

 

Part-Time Education

 

Pension

 

Picketing

 

Piute Pass Road

 

Pittsburgh Plus (steel)

 

Polytechnic School, California

 

Political Prisoners

 

Probation

 

Prohibition

 

Proportional Representation

 

Public Works

 

Purchasing

 

Popular Government

 

Power Companies-King Tax Bill

Box 32, Folder 277

Railroad Commissioners

 

Real Estate

 

Republican Party

 

Revenue

 

Revolver Law

 

Roads

Box 32, Folder 278

Reapportionment, Legislative Session, 1923

Box 32, Folder 279

Reapportionment. Correspondence June 1923 - July 1924

 

Farm Organizations Consideration of reapportionment

 

Organizations' correspondence with Senator Jones

Box 32, Folder 280

Reapportionment. Correspondence, primarily Boggs and Clearly with Senator Jones, October 1923 - November 1924.

Box 33, Folder 281

Reapportionment. Drafts of amendments to Constitution, notes, clippings, miscellaneous.

Box 33, Folder 282

Sabotage

 

Santa Clara Immigration District

 

Schools

 

Seals

 

Senate

 

Spoils System

 

Subsidized Officials

 

Supervisors, county

 

Surplus, Corporation

Box 33, Folder 283

Taxation

 

Teachers' Agencies, Colleges, Pension

 

Tenure

 

Title Company

 

Tuberculosis

Box 33, Folder 284

Vocational Training

 

Voting

 

Water and Power

 

Women's Relief Corps

 

Workmen's Compensation

Box 33, Folder 285

Investigation Committee File, Legislature, 1923.Correspondence A-Z.

 

INTERCESSION, 1924

Box 33, Folder 286

Better America Federation (Less Government in Business)

 

Johnson, Hiram, Presidential Primary, 1924

Box 33, Folder 287

Big Basin-Santa Cruz Stage Line (railroad)

 

Teapot Dome, newspaper clippings

 

LEGISLATIVE CORRESPONDENCE, 1925(filed according to name of Correspondent)

Box 33, Folder 288

A

Box 33, Folder 289

B

Box 33, Folder 290

C: 1924 - February 1925

Box 34, Folder 291

C: March 1925 - 1926

Box 34, Folder 292

DE

Box 34, Folder 293

F

Box 34, Folder 294

G

Box 34, Folder 295

H

Box 34, Folder 296

IJ

Box 34, Folder 297

K

Box 34, Folder 298

L

Box 34, Folder 299

M

Box 34, Folder 300

NO

Box 34, Folder 301

PQ

Box 34, Folder 302

R

Box 35, Folder 303

S

Box 35, Folder 304

TUV

Box 35, Folder 305

W: 1924 - February 1925

Box 35, Folder 306

W: March 1925 - 1926

Box 35, Folder 307

XYZ

 

LEGISLATIVE CORRESPONDENCE, 1925(continued) - (filed by Subject Matter)

Box 35, Folder 308

Accountants

 

Attaches

Box 35, Folder 309

Bar Association

 

Bayshore Highway

 

Big Basin Road

 

Budget, 1925.For Progressives' fight on Budget of 1921 (1921-25) see file Budget, 1925.

 

Business Colleges, 1925

Box 35, Folder 310

Child Labor

 

County Government

Box 35, Folder 311

Education (SB 538)

 

Exemption, debtors (SB 164)

Box 35, Folder 312

Fish and Game

Box 36, Folder 313

Governorship, C.C. Young. Preliminary Correspondence, 1925-26

 

Governorship. Miscellaneous clippings, 1925-26

Box 36, Folder 314

Humane (AB 1263) Animal Trainer's Bill

 

Industrial Strikes (SB 64, AB 250)

 

Initiative. Assembly Constitutional Amendment no. 22., Senate Constitutional Amendment no. 8

 

Injunction

 

Jury

 

League of Women Voters, includes articles by Franklin Hichborn

Box 36, Folder 315

Maps

 

Mortgage and Loans (SB 134, introduced by Senator Jones)

 

Motor Vehicle Act

Box 36, Folder 316

Oleomargarine

 

Optometry

 

Parks, State

 

Prison labor

Box 36, Folder 317

Reapportionment (SB 82220 introduced by Senators Jones, Boggs et.al.)

 

Reporters, Court

 

Syndicalism, Criminal

 

Torrens Land Title Law (SB 153) Senate Judiciary Committee

Box 36, Folder 318

Workmen's Compensation

 

REFERENCE MATERIAL, 1925

Box 37, Folder 319

A-B

Box 37, Folder 320

C-D

Box 37, Folder 321

E-H

Box 37, Folder 322

I-L

Box 37, Folder 323

M

Box 38, Folder 324

N-Q

Box 38, Folder 325

R-S

Box 38, Folder 326

T

Box 38, Folder 327

U-Z

 

PROGRESSIVE VOTERS' LEAGUE, 1923-1926

Box 38, Folder 328

Correspondence: AB

Scope and Content Note

Letters explaining background and nature of A/1 located at front of first folder (328)
Box 38, Folder 329

Correspondence: C

Scope and Content Note

For explanation of origin, nature and aims of the Progressive Voters' League see: Benson, F.H. from Jones, August 17, 1923; correspondence Spreckles-Jones; L.M. Story to Jones, September 17, and September 23, 1925; invitation to initial meeting, to organize, written by Senator Jones (see: Progressive Voters' League folder August 18, 1925); Also, see: California Conference for Progressive Political Action, Report of meeting and who participated in it, March, 1924. For statement of principles of PVL see: PVL 1923-26, Publicity folder. Progressive Voters' League-organized August 25, 1923, to put into effect in California progressive and humanitarian legislation. Statement of Purpose of PVL, August 29, 1923. Senator Jones, President of PVL of California, 1925.
Box 39, Folder 330

Correspondence: D-G

Box 39, Folder 331

Correspondence: H, 1923

Box 39, Folder 332

Correspondence: H, 1924-26

Box 39, Folder 333

Correspondence: I-L

Box 39, Folder 334

Correspondence: M-R

Box 39, Folder 335

Correspondence: S-Z

Box 39, Folder 336

Finance

Box 39, Folder 337

Publicity

Box 40, Folder 338

Miscellaneous, Elections, etc.

Scope and Content Note

Progressive Voters' League helped elect C.C. Young Governor in 1926. (See: Young, C.C. Governorship.)
 

INTERSESSION, 1926

 

Political Campaign

Box 40, Folder 339

Correspondence

Box 40, Folder 340

Reference Material

Box 40, Folder 341

Newspaper Clippings

Box 40, Folder 342

AB

Box 41, Folder 343

C-F

Box 41, Folder 344

G-J (Hichborn, Franklin. Correspondence, includes booklet: Camouflage Organizations)

Box 41, Folder 345

K-S

Box 41, Folder 346

T-Z (Triple Falls Creek (Cartridge Creek), 1926.in re: U.S. Geographical Board naming Kings River points)

 

LEGISLATIVE SESSION, 1927

Box 41, Folder 347

AB

Box 41, Folder 348

CDEFG

Box 41, Folder 349

HIJ

Box 42, Folder 350

K-Q

Box 42, Folder 351

RS

Box 42, Folder 352

TUVWXYZ

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence pertaining to current legislative business, filed by Subject Matter of the correspondence. Reference Material on a particular topic of legislation is henceforth filed with correspondence pertaining to the same topic; both correspondence and reference material, for example, beginning with A are filed in folders A.
Box 42, Folder 353

A

Scope and Content Note

If there is not a large quantity of material or correspondence on a given topic, for instance a subject like peace, or Democracy, this material will not be placed in a folder by itself, but will be placed in the P or D folder of a given year, the beginning folder of each alphabetical section.
 

Accountants

 

Agriculture

 

Anatomy Bill (SB833)

Box 42, Folder 354

Arbitration (AB 60)

 

Auto Liens (541, 459, 814, 815, 267, 268, 109)

 

Automobiles

 

Aviation (162, 201, 777, AB 1131)

Box 42, Folder 355

B

 

Banks

 

Bar

Box 43, Folder 356

Bills introduced by Senator Jones, Legislature, 1927

Box 43, Folder 357

Budget, State of California 1927(uniform) Budget Law for Counties

Box 43, Folder 358

Building and Loan

Box 43, Folder 359

C, Legislative Correspondence. Subject Matter, 1927

 

Capital Punishment

 

Child Labor/Welfare

Box 43, Folder 360

Community Property

 

Conway, Alden. Pacific Coast and Scenic Highway, Ind. 1927

 

County Government

 

Crime

Box 44, Folder 361

D

 

Deciduous Fruit Station

Box 44, Folder 362

E

 

Education

Box 44, Folder 363

F

 

Feed

 

Firearms

 

Fireman

 

Fish and Game

Box 44, Folder 364

Gas Tax

 

Gilbert, James Roy

 

Grade Crossings

Box 44, Folder 365

H

 

Highways

 

I

 

Indeterminate Franchise

 

Inheritance Tax

 

Insurance

Box 44, Folder 366

Judges

 

Judicial Council

 

Judiciary Committee, Senate

 

Judiciary Committee, Senate. Authors of Bills notified, 1927

 

Junior Colleges

Box 44, Folder 367

Kindergarten

 

Kosher Meat

 

Labor

Box 45, Folder 368

M

 

Maps

 

Mutual Insurance (806)

Box 45, Folder 369

Naturapaths

 

Newspapers (808)

 

Nurses

Box 45, Folder 370

O

 

Palo Alto, Annexation

 

Parks and Park Commission

 

Part Time (568)

 

Prohibition

Box 45, Folder 371

R

 

Redwood Park Commission

 

Religious Education

Box 45, Folder 372

Slot Machines

 

Standardization

 

Statuary

 

Spiritualists

 

Stills, penalty for (SB 814, introduced by Senator Jones)

 

Supreme Court

Box 45, Folder 373

Syndicalism

Box 46, Folder 374

T

 

Taxation

 

Tenure

 

Tents

 

Title Company Recommendations

 

Toll Bridge

Box 46, Folder 375

Ugufy

 

Veterans

 

W

 

Warehouse (523-525)

Box 46, Folder 376

Young, C.C., Governor. Correspondence, 1926-1927

 

INTERSESSION, 1928(Correspondence by name of Correspondent)

Box 46, Folder 377

Notes on session's legislation

 

A-G

Box 46, Folder 378

H

Box 46, Folder 379

I-M

Box 47, Folder 380

N-V

Box 47, Folder 381

W-Z

Box 47, Folder 382

AB, After-Session Correspondence. Subject Matter (SM)

 

Bank of Italy, 1928

 

Bootleg, 1928

 

Building and Loan Material

 

Building and Loan Commission, 1928

Box 47, Folder 383

CD, Aft-Sess Correspondence, SM, 1927-28

 

Cooperative Associations

 

Cooperative Marketing, 1924-28

 

County Unit System of School Administration, 1927-28

Box 47, Folder 384

EF, 1927-28

 

Farmers

 

Farming, 27

 

G, 1928

Box 47, Folder 385

HIJ, 1927-28

 

Hoover, Herbert. Political Campaignk, 1928.

Physical Description: Clippings
Box 47, Folder 386

KIM, 1927-28

Box 47, Folder 387

NOPQ

Box 48, Folder 388

Power Trust. Newspaper Clippings, 1928,and other data.

Box 48, Folder 389

RS, 1928

 

San Francisco Examiner. 1928-29

Physical Description: Clippings,
 

T

 

Taxation. Solvent Credits, 1928

Box 48, Folder 390

Tax Commission, in re: problem of rising cost of State Government, 1928.

 

Tax, Sales, 1927-28

 

VW

Note

Note: Some Main Issues in re: Legislation--past or future--in 1928:

Scope and Content Note

  • Banking Question and Foreclosures
  • Heavy Mortgages
  • Bank of Italy situation (see: Hichborn to Johnson, Hiram, February 3, 1928) in Hichborn folder.
  • Ertrenched in power Transportation Companies, Banks and Utilities Companies
  • Water--Assembly Constitutional Amendment no. 27 Taxation
  • Taxation
 

LEGISLATIVE SESSION, 1929(Legislative Correspondence, filed by name of Correspondent.)

Box 48, Folder 391

ABC

 

A, 1929Legislative Correspondence

 

1929

Box 48, Folder 392

D-J (Hichborn, Franklin). Correspondence, 1929

Box 48, Folder 393

K-Q

Box 48, Folder 394

R-Z

Scope and Content Note

1929 Legislative Session. Legislative Correspondence, filed according to Subject Matter. Correspondence is principally upon topics of legislation. It includes the months of 1928 just before the opening of 1929 Session.
Box 49, Folder 395

A, legislative Correspondence, 1929,Subject Matter

Box 49, Folder 396

B, 1929

Box 49, Folder 397

Banking, 1929.Includes material from 1924, 25, 26, 27, 28, on Banking.

 

Bar, State, 1929

 

Bills, copies of mailed to

 

Bills introduced by Senator Jones, Legislature, 1929

Box 49, Folder 398

Building and Loan

Box 49, Folder 399

Capital Punishment

Scope and Content Note

Explanatory Note for the Senate Cement Committee, 1929: The Material pertinent to the Special Senate Committee Created to Investigate an alleged Cement Trust in California is contained in the Three Manila Folders:
  1. (625) San Francisco Hearings, January 24, 25, 1929
  2. (626) Los Angles Hearing, February 4, 5, 6, 1929
  3. (627) Cement Committee-General Proceedings from origin to conclusion and Sacramento (final) Hearings, February 25, 1929.
And in:
The Grey-Fronted Volumes, I through V, containing the actual proceedings at the three hearings, and the booklets which contain the report of the Committee (see the Bibliography Card File and the Pamphlet Boxes, for 1929). For more information on the progress of the Cement Committee see folder: Sacramento Bee, Newspaper Clippings, 1929, and Newspapers Clippings, 1931. Also, see: letter Hichborn, Franklinn, to Jones, March 6, 1929
Box 49, Folder 400

CC. Vol. I

Box 49, Folder 401

Cement Committee. San Francisco Hearing. Correspondence, 1929

Box 50, Folder 402

Cement Committee. Los Angeles Hearings. Correspondence

Box 50, Folder 403

Cement Committee. Sacramento Hearings (final hearings) and other material, 1929

Box 50, Folder 404

Cement Committee. Correspondence and Supplemental Report, 1929

Scope and Content Note

Cement Committee:
and see letter: Hichborn, Franklin to Jones, March 14, 1929 for Hichborn's personal observations on proceedings of Cement Committee. Also see Hichborn's letters of March 21, 1929 and March 27, 1929 to Jones.
Box 50, Folder 405

Newspaper C lippings, miscellaneous, 1929

Box 50, Folder 406

Newspaper C lippings, miscellaneous, 1929

Box 50, Folder 407

Newspaper C lippings, miscellaneous, 1929

Box 50, Folder 408

Corporations, 1923-29

Box 51, Folder 409

County Unit (AB 459, in re: county elementary school system, 1929)

Box 51, Folder 410

DE

 

Elections (SB 772), 1924-29

Box 51, Folder 411

F,G, Grange, 1925-29

Box 51, Folder 412

H

 

Hardy Impeachment, 1929.State Superior Judge Carlos S. Hardy and Aimee Semple McPherson disappearance case. Trial in Senate.

Box 51, Folder 413

I

 

Income Tax. Newspaper Clippings, 1929

 

J

 

Judges' Tenure, 1929.Senate Constitutional Amendment no. 3

Box 51, Folder 414

Judiciary Committee, Senate, 1929

Box 51, Folder 415

Judiciary Committee, Correspondence. Folder no. 1, 1929

Box 51, Folder 416

Judiciary Committee, Correspondence. Folder no. 2, 1929

Box 51, Folder 417

Judiciary Committee, Requested Hearings, 1929

Box 52, Folder 418

KL, 1929

 

Labor, 1929

 

Libel Laws, Civil Code, 1929

Box 52, Folder 419

M

 

N

 

Narcotics. Newspaper Clippings, 1929.In re: State Aid in cure of dope addiction

 

O

Box 52, Folder 420

PQ, 1929

Box 52, Folder 421

Palo Alto Times, February 19-27, 1929

Physical Description: Clippings,
 

Palo Alto Times, 1929

Physical Description: Clippings,
Box 52, Folder 422

Poet Laureate of California, 1929

 

Power Trusts. Correspondence of Hichborn, Franklin on

 

Power Trusts included. 1929

 

Prison Bill (women's prison, SB 169), 1929

Box 52, Folder 423

Prohibition (see also: A for Anti-Saloon League correspondence for years during the 1920's), 1929.

 

Prohibition. Anti-Dry Sentiment, Volstead Law, etc. Newspaper Clippings, 1929.

 

Public Health (SB 813), 1929

Box 52, Folder 424

RS, 1929

 

Sewage Research (SB 651-652), 1929

 

Sacramento Union. 1929

Physical Description: Clippings,
 

San Francisco Chronicle. 1929

Physical Description: Clippings,
 

San Francisco Examiner. 1929

Physical Description: Clippings,
 

San Jose Mercury Herald. 1929

Physical Description: Clippings,
 

San Jose News. 1929

Physical Description: Clippings,
Box 53, Folder 425

T

 

Taxation

 

Taxation - Nelson Bill

Box 53, Folder 426

Tax Commission, 1929-30

Box 53, Folder 428

Box 53, Folder 429

Joint Legislative Committee on Taxation, 1929-30

Box 53, Folder 430

Joint Legislative Committee on Taxation, 1929-30.Publications sent to H.C. Jones (postmarked January 1930)

Box 54, Folder 431

Joint Legislative Committee on Taxation, 1929-30.Publications mailed to Senator Jones (January, 1930)

Box 54, Folder 432

Taxation, 1926-29

Box 54, Folder 433

Taxation, 1927-30

Box 54, Folder 434

U-Z

 

INTERSESSION 1930(Correspondence filed primarily by correspondent)

Box 54, Folder 435

A-F

Box 54, Folder 436

G-J

Box 55, Folder 437

K-Q

Box 55, Folder 438

R-T

Box 55, Folder 439

U-Z

 

CORRESPONDENCE AND REFERENCE MATERIAL, 1930(Filed according to Subject Matter

Box 55, Folder 440

Briggs, A.H. State Superintendent of California Anti-Saloon League, endorsement of candidates in 1930 Governorship Contest, 1930

Box 55, Folder 441

Chamber of Commerce, 1921-30

 

Congratulations to Senator Jones upon his reelection to State Senate, 1930

 

Clippings, newspaper, 1930

Box 55, Folder 442

Daylight Saving, 1930

Box 56, Folder 443

Political Campaign: Senatorship, 1930.H.C. Jones, 18th Senatorial District. Newspaper Clippings.

Box 56, Folder 444

Political Campaign: Senatorship, 1930.H.C. Jones, 18th Senatorial District. Clippings from County Newspapers.

Box 56, Folder 445

Political Campaign: Senatorship, 1930.H.C. Jones, 18th Senatorial District. Correspondence, etc.

Box 56, Folder 446

Political Campaign: Senatorship, 1930.H.C. Jones. Publicity. Elections on other issues, Correspondence and Clippings.

Box 56, Folder 447

Political Campaign: Senatorship, H.C. Jones and Young, C.C. Governorship, 1930. San Jose Mercury Herald,

Physical Description: Clippings
Box 57, Folder 448

Political Campaign: Young, C.C., Folder no. 1

Box 57, Folder 449

Political Campaign: Governorship, C.C. Young. Folder no. 2

Box 57, Folder 450

Political Campaign: Governorship, Young. Folder no. 2

Box 57, Folder 451

Political Campaign: Governorship, Young. Folder no. 3

 

Political Campaign: Governorship, Young. Folder no. 4

Box 57, Folder 452

Political Campaign: Governorship, Young. Material from Young for Governor Headquarters, 1930.Folder no. 5

Box 57, Folder 453

Political Campaign: State Offices. Governorship, Senatorships, etc., 1930

Box 58, Folder 454

Pre-1931 Legislative Session Correspondence, 1930-31.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, A-Z. Correspondence pertains to the opening of the 1931 Legislative Session.
 

LEGISLATIVE SESSION, 1931(Legislative Correspondence, filed according to name of Correspondent)

Box 58, Folder 455

A, Legislative Correspondence, 1931

 

A-B

 

B, 1931

Box 58, Folder 456

CD, 1931

 

C-L

Box 58, Folder 457

M-S

Box 58, Folder 458

T-Z

 

LEGISLATIVE SESSION, 1931(Legislative Correspondence, filed according to Subject Letter.

Box 58, Folder 459

A, Legislative Correspondence, Subject Matter

 

Adoption Bills, 1931(560-561) Department of Social Welfare, Miss Barry.

 

Adult Education, 1931

 

American-Jugoslav Defense, 1931

Box 59, Folder 460

B, 1931

 

Banking

Box 59, Folder 461

Budget, State of California

Box 59, Folder 462

Building and Loan Act of 1931

Box 59, Folder 463

Building and Loan

Box 59, Folder 464

Building and Loan, Bank Tax Report, 1931,Correspondence

Box 59, Folder 465

C

 

Chain Stores, 1930-31

Box 60, Folder 466

Civil Service, 1931

 

Colleges, Proposed State College at Sacramento, 1931

 

County Government

Box 60, Folder 467

D

 

Dried Fruit (Measure introduced by Senator Jones)

Box 60, Folder 468

E

 

Education, Legislation on, 1931

Box 60, Folder 469

Education, Correspondence, 1931

Box 60, Folder 470

F

 

Fish and Game

Box 60, Folder 471

G

 

Gasoline Tax. Report of Research Department and Recommendations of California Farm Bureau (SB 443, AB 972), 1931

Box 61, Folder 472

HI

Box 61, Folder 473

Industrial Accident Commission. (Bills, Mr. Burke, 552-558)

 

Investment Trusts, 1931

 

Insurance. in re: qualification of Insurance Agents, 1931

Box 61, Folder 474

J

 

Judges, Salaries

 

KL

Box 61, Folder 475

M

 

Majority, Age of (399)

Box 61, Folder 476

Map Act (subdivision) in re: County Planning, 1931

 

Married Women (AB 1630) employment of married women in public schools

Box 61, Folder 477

Medicine (SB175)

 

Milk (bill, 1927)

 

Motor Vehicle License Plate

 

Music Teachers

Box 62, Folder 478

Modern Tendencies in Legislation (Jones Speech), 1922-31

 

Miscellaneous, 1931.Includes miscellaneous notes of Senator Jones

Box 62, Folder 479

NOPQ, 1931

Box 62, Folder 480

Pest Control

 

Poet Laureate of California, 1931.Dr. Henry Meade Bland

 

Senate Resolution of Respect, April, 1931,on death of the poet

 

Political Expenditures (bill 391), 1931

 

Probate Code Bill no. 18

 

Probation

 

Public Utilities, 1931.Midland Counties' Public Service Corporation, Statistics from the California Railroad Commission's Department of Finance

Box 62, Folder 481

R, 1931

 

Railroads, 1931

 

Reapportionment (Bills SB 700, AB 1401) proposed Congressional District on basis of 1930 census.

 

Retail License Tax, 1931

Box 62, Folder 482

S

Box 62, Folder 483

Standardization, Fruit (Bill 446)

 

School Budgets

 

School Code, Amendments

 

School Elections, 1931

Box 63, Folder 484

TUV, 1931

Box 63, Folder 485

Taxation and State Revenue

 

Report of Joint Legislative Committee on T axation, 48th Session, 1931

 

Taxation, 1923-31

 

Taxation and Cost of Government

Box 63, Folder 486

Teachers' Pension, 1931

Box 63, Folder 487

Teachers' Pension. Santa Clara County

Box 63, Folder 488

Teachers' Tenure

 

WXYZ, 1931

 

INTERSESSION, 1932.After-Session Correspondence, 1931-32. Filed by name of Correspondent or by Subject Matter, when matter is evident

Box 64, Folder 489

A-C

Box 64, Folder 490

D-I

Box 64, Folder 491

J-M

Box 64, Folder 492

N-R

Box 64, Folder 493

S-Z

 

1932CORRESPONDENCE AND REFERENCE MATERIALS, filed by Subject Matter

Box 65, Folder 494

A-G

Box 65, Folder 495

H-S

Box 65, Folder 496

Misc.

Box 65, Folder 497

T-Z

 

1933LEGISLATIVE SESSION. Legislative Correspondence, filed by name of Correspondent.

Box 65, Folder 498

A-C

Box 65, Folder 499

D-H

Box 66, Folder 500

I-L

Box 66, Folder 501

M

Box 66, Folder 502

N-S

Box 66, Folder 503

T-Z

 

1933LEGISLATIVE SESSION. Legislative Correspondence, filed by Subject Matter.

Box 66, Folder 504

A, Legislative Correspondence: SM, 1933

 

Adoption, 1933

Box 66, Folder 505

Agriculture

 

Applicants-Sale tax, Liquor Control, etc.

 

Appreciation, letters of to Senator Jones

Box 66, Folder 506

B, Legislative Correspondence, SM, 1933

 

Banks

Box 67, Folder 507

Barber Law

 

Beer

Box 67, Folder 508

Bills of H.C. Jones

Box 67, Folder 509

Bills, copies of, Legislature, 1933

Box 67, Folder 510

Bills, cont'd

Box 67, Folder 511

Bills introduced in 1933Legislative Session, cont'd.

Box 67, Folder 512

Bills, Correspondence in re:

Box 67, Folder 513

Budget, State of California

Box 68, Folder 514

Budget, State of California

Box 68, Folder 515

Budget, Motor Vehicle Department

 

Building and Loan. Correspondence

Box 68, Folder 516

Building and Loan. Bills, Amendments, Clippings, etc.

 

Bureau of Commerce

Box 68, Folder 517

C, 1933

Box 68, Folder 518

Capital Punishment

 

Catholic Church

 

Cemeteries

Box 69, Folder 519

Chain Stores (SB 72, AB 212, 1603, 888)

Box 69, Folder 520

Chamber of Commerce (Bills: 250, 468, 543, 388, 389, 400)

 

Chamber of Commerce, 1933-34

Box 69, Folder 521

Chiropractors. Civil Service.

Physical Description: Clippings
 

Clippings, Newspaper. Miscellaneous. unable to be identified according to Subject Matter.

 

Collection Agencies

Box 69, Folder 522

Consolidation: Mergers

Box 69, Folder 523

(Senate) C onstitutional Amendment no. 30. in re: financing of State Government, taxation of Real Property.

 

Cooperative Stores on Teachers' College Campus. (SB 757, AB 46, 336)

Box 69, Folder 524

County Government

 

County Water Districts

 

County Budget

 

County Charter. Correspondence and Clippings

Box 69, Folder 525

D, Legislative Correspondence, SM, 1933

 

Deaf. Adult Lip reading, exemption from tuition classes.

Scope and Content Note

(see: SB 124, SB 2, in re: abolition of evening classes; AB 489, 480, in re: requirement of a tuition fee for evening schools.
Box 70, Folder 526

E

 

Economic System

Box 70, Folder 527

F

 

Fair Trade

 

Farm, Farm Bureau Federation

 

Federal Legislation and Federal Public Works

Box 70, Folder 528

Filipino

 

Finance

 

Fish and Game

 

Flowers, State

Box 70, Folder 529

G

 

Gambling, Horse Racing

Box 70, Folder 530

Gas Tax, including material from: 1931, 32, 33, 34, 35.Correspondence and clippings.

Box 71, Folder 531

H

Box 71, Folder 532

Haynes Foundation. John Randolph and Dora Haynes. Declaration of Trust, Will, etc.

Box 71, Folder 533

Highway Patrol

 

Historical Association

 

Holding Companies

 

Holidays

Box 71, Folder 534

Humane Pound (SB 674). Folder no. 1

Box 71, Folder 535

Humane Pound. Folder no. 2

Box 71, Folder 536

I

Box 72, Folder 537

Income Tax. Bills, Amendments, etc.

Box 72, Folder 538

Initiative, League to Protect the, 1932-33

 

Haynes, John R. - proceedings in support of the Initiative. Jones' argument for support of the Initiative. 10/24/32.

Box 72, Folder 539

Initiative and Referendum. Folder no. 1. Special Election June 27, 1933.

Box 72, Folder 540

Initiative and Referendum. Folder no. 2. Special Election June 27, 1933.

Box 72, Folder 541

Initiative and Referendum. Folder no. 3

Box 72, Folder 542

Installment Taxes

Box 72, Folder 543

(Senate) I nvestivating Committee. Investigation of Rolph Administration. Folder no. 1

Box 73, Folder 544

Investigating Committee. Rolph Administration. Folder no. 2

Box 73, Folder 545

Investigating Committee. Rolph Administration. Folder no. 3

Box 73, Folder 546

J

 

Judges, Justices

Box 73, Folder 547

KL

Box 73, Folder 548

Labor

Box 73, Folder 549

Labor Commissioner. Correspondence, February-April, 1933

 

Legislative Session, 1933

 

Miscellaneous Notes of Senator Jones, Newspaper Clippings on current Legislation.

Box 74, Folder 550

M

 

Market Divisions. State Division of Markets under Department of Agriculture.

Box 74, Folder 551

Married Women, occupational status of

 

Matton Act Moratorium

 

Mines. Question of discontinuing the Geological Survey Branch of the Division of Mines; for State Economy purposes

Box 74, Folder 552

Moratoriums (see: Emergency Mortgages and Trust Deed Moratorium)

 

Motor Vehicles

 

Motor Vehicle Code

Box 74, Folder 553

N

 

Narcotics Hospital

 

Nautical School

Box 74, Folder 554

D

 

Old Age Pension

Box 74, Folder 555

Office: miscellaneous correspondence, 1933

Box 74, Folder 556

P

Box 75, Folder 557

Parks

 

Poet Laureate of California

 

Port San Jose

 

Primary Elections Law

Box 75, Folder 558

Prohibition. Question of repeal of the 18th Amendment

 

Public Ownership

 

Public Health

 

Public Works, Department of. Employment

Box 75, Folder 559

Public Utilities

 

Power Companies

 

Public Utilities and Transportation Companies' statistics filed with the California State Railroad Commission

Box 75, Folder 560

R

 

Resolutions, Legislative

 

Requests for Notice

Box 75, Folder 561

Research: Education Department (SB 117) in re: abolition of Division of Research and Statistics of State Department of Education

 

Retirement. Bill providing for the withdrawal of State participation in the Teachers' Retirement Fund

Box 76, Folder 562

Riley Tax Bill

Box 76, Folder 563

Roads and Highways

 

Road Signs

 

Road Tax

Box 76, Folder 564

Rolph, Governor James, Jr. Question of Recall. (see: Senate Investigating Committee, 1933

 

Rural Supervisor

Box 76, Folder 565

S

Box 76, Folder 566

Sales Tax. Bills, articles, clippings, amendments, etc.

 

San Francisco News. Clippings on Water Tax, Repeal of Prohibition, etc.

Box 76, Folder 567

San Jose. City Charter and Miscellaneous data

 

Social Welfare

 

State Lands: Highways (SB 568, Senate Concurrent Resolution no. 17)

 

Syndicalism, Criminal

Box 77, Folder 568

T

Box 77, Folder 569

Taxation

Box 77, Folder 570

Telephone calls to Senator Jones, 1933:miscellaneous

 

Trucks

Box 77, Folder 571

Trust Deeds (390, 391, 480)

 

Tuberculosis. in re: the lowering of State subsidy for TB patients, economy measure.

Box 77, Folder 572

U

 

Unemployment, 1933

 

University, State. in re: proposed cut in University of California Budget.

 

Unseen Influences in the Molding of Political and Legislative Action. H.C. Jones, Speech before the Social Science Association of Southern California, luncheon meeting. Also folder contains letter from Franklin Hichborn with enclosures of speeches of US Assemblymen and Senators on: Finance, Foreign Debts, Banks, etc.

Box 78, Folder 573

Utilities, Taxation of (SB 2, AB 307 in re: adjustment of utility tax rates) see: folder on Public Utilities and on Taxation, 1933.

Box 78, Folder 574

V

 

Vandegrift. See: Senate Investigating Committee. Investigation of Rolph Administration

 

Veterans, Department

Scope and Content Note

Exemptions. Senate Finance Committee in re: State support of Education for relatives of deceased or disabled veterans
Box 78, Folder 575

W

 

Water Plan, State. Central Valley Water Project.

Box 78, Folder 576

Folder No. 1: Kennet Dam

 

Assembly Constitutional Amendment no. 18

 

SB 1201

 

Orange County Water District

Box 78, Folder 577

Water Plan. Folder no. 2: Bills, Amendments, etc.

Box 78, Folder 578

Water Plan. Folder no. 3: September 27, 1933,Application to Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works, Washington, D.C., for approval of Central Valley Water Project for California and for grant and loan for its construction under the provisions of the National Industrial Recovery Act of 1933.

Box 79, Folder 579

Water Plan. Folder no. 4. Clippings, Bills, Amendments, etc.

Box 79, Folder 580

Water Plan. Folder no. 5. Central Valley Water Project

Box 79, Folder 581

Water Conservation and Water Districts (SB 567)

 

INTERSESSION 1934.Filed by name of Correspondent and by Subject Matter, when latter is evident.

Box 79, Folder 582

A

Box 79, Folder 583

B

Box 80, Folder 584

CD

Box 80, Folder 585

Civil Service. Correspondence, 1933-34,including material from 1933-37

Box 80, Folder 586

EFG

Box 80, Folder 587

HIJ

Box 80, Folder 588

KIM

Box 80, Folder 589

NOPQ

Box 80, Folder 590

RS

Box 81, Folder 591

TZ

 

EDUCATION

Box 81, Folder 592

Education: Adult Education. Folder no. 1

 

H.C. Jones, Chairman of the Senate Education Committee, 1933

Box 81, Folder 593

Education: Adult Education. Folder no. 2

Box 81, Folder 594

Education: Adult Education. Folder no. 3

Box 81, Folder 595

Education: Adult Education. Folder no. 4

Box 82, Folder 596

Education: Adult Education. Folder no. 5

Box 82, Folder 597

Education: Adult Education. Folder no. 6

 

Education: Bills affecting Education, passed by Legislature, 1933;action taken on bills by Governor

Box 82, Folder 598

Education: Senate Education Committee, Folder no. 1

Box 82, Folder 599

Education: Senate Education Committee, Folder no. 2

Box 82, Folder 600

Education: Clippings, Jones' Speeches, etc.

Box 83, Folder 601

Education: Kindergartens. Folder no. 1: Petitions and Correspondence

Box 83, Folder 602

Education: Kindergartens. Folder no. 2: Petitions and Correspondence

Box 83, Folder 603

Education: Kindergartens. Folder no. 3

Box 83, Folder 604

Education: Kindergartens. Folder no. 4

Box 84, Folder 605

Education: Kindergartens. Folder no. 5

Box 84, Folder 606

Education: Kindergartens. Folder no. 6

Box 84, Folder 607

Education Physical Education (see: SB 432, 448, 515)

Box 84, Folder 608

Education: Private, non-profit Schools. in re: the repeal of property tax on Private Schools

Box 84, Folder 609

Education: Public Schools. Senate Constitutional Amendments no. I and III. Folder no. 1: Correspondence to Jones, Jan. 1-12, 1933

Box 85, Folder 610

Education: Public Schools, SCA I, III. Folder no. 2: Correspondence Jan. 12, 1933

Box 85, Folder 611

Education: Public Schools, SCA I, III. Folder no. 3: Correspondence, Jan. 13, 1933

Box 85, Folder 612

Education: Public Schools, SCA I, III. Folder no. 4: Correspondence, Jan. 13, 1933

Box 85, Folder 613

Education: Public Schools, SCA I, III. Folder no. 5: Correspondence, Jan. 13, 1933

Box 85, Folder 614

Education: Public Schools, SCA I, III. Folder no. 6: Correspondence, Jan. 14, 1933

Box 85, Folder 615

Education: Public Schools, SCA I, III. Folder no. 7: Correspondence, Jan. 14, 1933

Box 86, Folder 616

Education: Public Schools, SCA I, III. Folder no. 8: Correspondence, Januart 15 - April 1933

Box 86, Folder 617

Education: Public Schools, SCA I, III. Folder no. 9: Cards and Telegrams to Senator Jones, January 2-16, 1933

Box 86, Folder 618

Education: Salaries, Sabbatical Leaves

Box 86, Folder 619

Education: San Jose State Teachers' College. Folder no. 1: Bill before Legislature to reduce appropriations for SJSTC

Box 86, Folder 620

Education: San Jose State Teachers' College. Folder no. 2.

Box 86, Folder 621

Education: School Budgets (see: Senate Education Committee material, and SB 213) in re: placement of school budgets under the control of county supervisors

Box 86, Folder 622

Education: Schools, Consolidation of School Districts. (see: AB 897, SB 231)

Box 86, Folder 623

Education: School District Tax (School Code Amendment, SB 85)

Box 87, Folder 624

Education: Schools. Fees, fixed charges, etc.

Box 87, Folder 625

Education: Schools: Printed material, speeches, reports etc. in re: Education

Box 87, Folder 626

Education: The Spitball, publication on Education

Box 87, Folder 627

Education: Teachers' College Budget

Box 87, Folder 628

Education: Teachers' Tenure, Folder no. 1

Box 87, Folder 629

Teachers' Tenure, Folder no. 2

Box 88

1934-54. 1933was Senator Jones' last year in Legislative Session, 1934his last year as member of the State Legislature.

Box 88, Folder 630

ABCD 1934-39.

Arrangement

Material filed alphabetically according to Subject Matter of Correspondence and/or Reference Material; and chronologically within this division. For example: All material beginning with A: for years 1934-40, is filed first under A folder, then arranged chronologically, year after year, within the folder.
Box 88, Folder 631

Anderson, Dewey vs. Crist, Frank L. Political Campaign for Assemblyman, 30th District. Folder includes Anderson-Jones Correspondence for 1934-35.

Box 88, Folder 632

Board of Equalization, 1934-37;Liquor Control.

Box 88, Folder 633

Chamber of Commerce, 1935-36

 

Child Labor, 1934

 

County Government, 1934

Box 88, Folder 634

Clippings, Newspaper. Miscellaneous: Liquor Control, Power Trusts, etc., 1934

Box 88, Folder 635

Consolidation-Mergers, 1927-34

 

Constitutional Convention. 1934

Physical Description: Clippings,
Box 88, Folder 636

E through Z 1934-39.Material filed alphabetically by Subject Matter (E-Z) and chronologically (1934-39)within this division.

Box 89, Folder 637

Education, 1934.Letters, Newspaper Clippings, Leaflets

Box 89, Folder 638

Elections, 1936.Folder no. 1: National and State Officials. State: new Progressive State organization. Question of Senator Borah in Presidential Primaries. Support for his candidacy sought among California progressives.

 

State: Mrs. Glasson, campaign for Assembly, 30th District.

Box 89, Folder 639

Elections, 1936.Folder no. 2. Campaign for Assembly, 30th District: Maude Glasson, supported by Senator Jones.

Box 89, Folder 640

Elections, 1936.Folder no. 3.

Box 89, Folder 641

Farm, Grange, 1934

 

Hetch Hetchy, 1934.Water supply tunnel to San Francisco. San Francisco News,

Physical Description: clippings.
Box 89, Folder 642

Initiative and Referendum, 1934.Folder no. 1

Box 90, Folder 643

Initiative and Referendum, 1934.Folder no. 2

Box 90, Folder 644

Initiative and Referendum, 1938.Garrison Revenue Bond Act no. 3

Box 90, Folder 645

Initiative and Referendum, 1938

Box 90, Folder 646

Legislature-Legislative Problems, 1934-35

Box 90, Folder 647

Legislation, 1935.San Jose and San Francisco Newspapers-clippings on current legislation, 1935Session.

Box 90, Folder 648

Legislature, 1935.Correspondence

Box 90, Folder 649

Political Campaign, 1934.County and State Offices. Correspondence and Clippings.

Box 91, Folder 650

Taxation 1934-35

 

Teachers. California Teachers' Association, 1934

 

Thompson, Carl. 1939(photograph addressed to Franklin Hichborn)

Box 91, Folder 651

1940-54:Miscellaneous Materials, no. 1

Box 91, Folder 652

1940-54:Miscellaneous Materials, no. 2

Box 91, Folder 653

Immigration and Housing, 1941.Material from the Division of Immigration and Housing, State of California, Department of Industrial Relations.

 

POLITICAL CAMPAIGN: GOVERNORSHIP, 1933-34.Herbert C. Jones campaigned for the nomination as Republican candidate for Governor, 1933-34.These folders contain Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings, Campaign Publicity, Speeches, and Jones' Notes - pertinent to the Campaign. Also, there are folders on Other Candidates for Governorship and Candidates for Other State Offices. 1933-34.

Box 91, Folder 654

Alameda County

 

Announcement of Candidacy, H. C. Jones

 

Bartlett, Louis: Correspondence

 

Briggs, C.R. Correspondence: December 1933 - December 1934

Scope and Content Note

Briggs-Legislative Representative of A.T.O.L.A., Affiliated Teachers Organizations of Los Angeles. Correspondence in re: the Organization and its relationship to Jones' Candidacy and in re: Jones' progress in Southern California and elsewhere.
 

Cameron, W. H.

 

Central Valley Water Project

Box 92, Folder 655

Clippings on H.C. Jones' Campaign

Box 92, Folder 656

Correspondence, General in re: Campaign: Folder no. 1

Box 92, Folder 657

Correspondence, General in re: Campaign: Folder no. 2

Box 92, Folder 658

Chamber of Commerce, California State Creel, George

 

Colored People

Box 92, Folder 659

Eberhard, Ray C.

 

Education: clippings

 

Ellis, W.R.

Box 93, Folder 660

Givens, Willard E.

 

Glasson, Maude C.

Box 93, Folder 661

Grange, Farmers

Box 93, Folder 662

Haight, Raymond

 

Haynes, John Randolph

Box 93, Folder 663

Hichborn, Franklin. Correspondence: September 1933 through October 1934.Folder no. 1: September 1933 - January 1934.

Scope and Content Note

Discussion of Candidates for Governor, of Jones' Campaign, his withdrawal from candidacy, The Progressive Cause in the State, etc.
Box 93, Folder 664

Hichborn, Franklin. Correspondence. Folder no. 2: January 1934 - October 1934.

Note

Note on Hichborn Correspondence: Most of Hichborn's correspondence with Senator Jones in re: political campaign of 1933-34 is filed under Hichborn; however for several other letters from Hichborn see other folders in the Political Campaign: Governorship group. Certain letters from Hichborn which refer to another candidate, for instance, Maude Glasson, are filed in the Glasson folder.
Box 93, Folder 665

Johnson, Charles G.

Box 93, Folder 666

Lists

Box 93, Folder 667

Labor

 

Legislative Record: Herbert C. Jones

Box 94, Folder 668

Merriam, Frank

Box 94, Folder 669

New Guard, The. A non-partisan organization of young, progressive voters

 

Newspapers

Box 94, Folder 670

Northern California Campaign, H. C. Jones. Correspondence: September 1933 - January 1934.Folder no. 1

Box 94, Folder 671

Northern California Campaign, H.C. Jones. Correspondence: February - June 1934.Folder no. 2

Box 94, Folder 672

Other Candidates-State: Correspondence, Publicity,

Physical Description: Clippings.
Box 95, Folder 673

Other Candidates-County. Especially Sheriff of Santa Clara County. Folder includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, publicity for one candidate by F. Hichborn.

Box 95, Folder 674

Jones, H.C. Platform and Policies. Clippings, correspondence, etc.

Box 95, Folder 675

Political Straws, publication

 

Progressive Commonwealth Party

Box 95, Folder 676

Publicity, Speeches, etc.-Jones

Box 95, Folder 677

Public Ownership, Jones' position in re.

 

Quinn, John R.

Box 95, Folder 678

Schools, Folder no. 1

Box 96, Folder 679

Schools, Folder no. 2

Box 96, Folder 680

Schools, lists of: Governorship 1933-34

 

Seavy, Clyde L.

 

Sierra Educational News. Education publication. Jones' speech included.

Box 96, Folder 681

Sinclair, Upton's candidacy for Governor. Clippings, Publicity, Articles by Hichborn and others.

Box 96, Folder 682

Sonoma County

 

Social Welfare

 

Stanislaus County

Box 96, Folder 683

Southern California Campaign. Folder no. 1: Correspondence, talks, etc., September 1933 - January 1934.

Box 96, Folder 684

Southern California Campaign. Folder no. 2: Correspondence, etc., February, 1934 - May 1934.

Box 96, Folder 685

Spreckles, Rudolph. Correspondence with Jones.

Box 97, Folder 686

Taxation

 

Tenure

 

Utilities

 

Young, C.C.

 

Young voters

Box 97, Folder 687

1914Political Campaign No. 1

Box 97, Folder 688

1914Political Campaign No. 2

Box 97, Folder 689

1914Political Campaign No. 3

Box 97, Folder 690

1914Political Campaign No. 4

Box 97, Folder 691

Herbert C. Jones: Biographical Information.

Scope and Content Note

Most of the materials in this folder are letters, magazine clippings, and publicity sheets that are duplicates of materials filed in the Correspondence and Reference folders for various years.
 

Addendum

Scope and Content Note

The following papers were brought to Stanford by Herbert C. Jones after the arrangement of the above 1057 folders was completed. In sending his papers to Stanford this material was inadvertently overlooked.
Box 98, Folder 692

Adult Education, 1926-30.

Box 98, Folder 693

Cement Trust, 1929.

Box 98, Folder 694

Clippings (about various Legislatures and Jones' participation).

Box 98, Folder 695

Colorado River. Special Session, 1926.All-American Canal.

Box 98, Folder 696

Bromley Spoils System bill, 1923.

Box 98, Folder 697

California Building and Loan, 1925.

Box 98, Folder 698

Child Labor, 1925.Senate bill #124.

Box 98, Folder 699

Community property. 1920Act.

Box 98, Folder 700

Community property. 1923Act. Senate bill #228.

Box 99, Folder 701

Initiative and Referendum, 1926-7.

Box 99, Folder 702

Jones, Louise C. (Mother) about death of.

Box 99, Folder 703

Judicial Salaries, 1921-22.

Box 99, Folder 704

Judiciary Committee Minutes, 1921 and 1923.

Box 99, Folder 705

Judiciary Committee. Investigation by special committee... of the expenditures of sums of money by persons, firms or corporations interested in propositions voted for at the election held November 7, 1922.Parts 1-5.

Box 99, Folder 706

Parts 6-9

Box 100, Folder 707

Parts 10-13

Box 100, Folder 708

Supporting documents. I

Box 100, Folder 709

Supporting Documents. II

Box 100, Folder 710

Lawyer's Bills Assembly 148 and 1242, Senate 21 and 602, 1921.

Box 100, Folder 711

Mooney Case

Box 100, Folder 712

Motor Carriers, 1923-24.

Box 101, Folder 713

Narcotics, 1927.

Box 101, Folder 714

Cuthbert L. Olson, 1938.

Box 101, Folder 715

Owen's Valley Power and Reclamation, 1924-25.I

Box 101, Folder 716

Owen's Valley Power and Reclamation, 1924-25.II

Box 101, Folder 717

Parks, 1928.

Box 101, Folder 718

Personal and family letters

Box 101, Folder 719

Personal and family photographs

Box 101, Folder 720

Political campaigns, 1920, 1922, 1923.

Box 101, Folder 721

Political campaigns, 1924.

Box 102, Folder 722

Political campaigns, 1924Johnson for President

Box 102, Folder 723

Political campaigns, 1925-26Lineberger, Walter F. for U.S. Senate.

Box 102, Folder 724

Political campaigns, 1926Lt. Governor and Race Track.

Box 102, Folder 725

Political campaigns, 1926Jones election.

Box 102, Folder 726

Political campaigns, 1928Presidential.

Box 102, Folder 727

Progressive Voters League, 1923-26.

Box 102, Folder 728

Prohibition, 1924-27.

Box 103, Folder 729

Prohibition, printed matter.

Box 103, Folder 730

Public Health, 1923.

Box 103, Folder 731

Roosevelt Club, 1922.

Box 103, Folder 732

Rosecrucians, judicial proceedings, 1923-31.

Box 103, Folder 733

Rosecrucians, correspondence 1927-33.

Box 103, Folder 734

Rosecrucians. Amorc College lectures and other Rosecrucian printed matter.

Box 104, Folder 735

Senate special investigating committee, 1933.

Box 104, Folder 736

Report on labor legislation and labor record, members of 1913, 1917, 1919, 1921, 1923, 1925, 1931legislatures.

Box 104, Folder 737

Correspondence. Out, 1919-24.

Box 104, Folder 738

Correspondence. Out, 1925-39

Box 104, Folder 739

Correspondence. Hichborn, F. Letters to and by, 1920-24.

Box 104, Folder 740

Correspondence. Hichborn, F. Letters to and by, 1925.

Box 104, Folder 741

Correspondence. Hichborn, F. Letters to and by, 1926.

Box 105, Folder 742

Correspondence. Hichborn, F. Letters to and by, 1927-46.

Box 105, Folder 743

Hichborn, F. Clippings and miscellany.

Box 105, Folder 744

Correspondence. In, 1913-22.

Box 105, Folder 745

Correspondence. In, 1923.

Box 105, Folder 746

Correspondence. In, 1924.

Box 105, Folder 747

Correspondence. In, 1925.

Box 105, Folder 748

Correspondence. In, 1926.

Box 105, Folder 749

Correspondence. In, 1927-46.

Scope and Content Note

The correspondence pertains to the subjects filed in the previous folders (692-736).