Myron Hunt Papers: Finding Aid

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Overview of the Collection

Title: Myron Hunt Papers
Dates (inclusive): 1809-1957
Bulk dates: 1915-1932
Collection Number: mssHunt, Myron papers, mssHM 27626, mssHM 27627
Creator: Hunt, Myron, 1868-1952.
Extent: 4,156 pieces in 20 boxes + 15 oversize volumes and 1 oversize photograph.
Repository: The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens. Manuscripts Department
1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, California 91108
Phone: (626) 405-2191
Email: reference@huntington.org
URL: http://www.huntington.org
Abstract: This collection consists of the papers of prominent Southern California architect Myron Hunt (1868-1952) and his wife Virginia Pease Hunt (1871-1957), chiefly related to their involvement with philanthropic and civic organizations in Pasadena, California, from 1917-1946. There are also two sketchbooks by Myron Hunt (1894) and thirteen journals (1893-1913) of his first wife, Harriette Boardman Hunt, written from Europe, Evanston, North Carolina, and Pasadena and Palm Springs, California, from 1893-1913. The collection also contains sub-groups consisting of the papers of Myron Hunt's son, Robert Nichols Hunt, and of the Boardman and Nichols families.
Language: English.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item]. Myron Hunt Papers, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Provenance

Gift of Rear Admiral Charles Boardman Hunt, May 12, 1958.

Biographical Note of Myron Hunt

Prominent Southern California architect Myron Hubbard Hunt (1868-1952) was a native of Massachusetts. He studied at Northwestern University and the school of architecture at the Massachusetts School of Technology. In 1893 he married Harriette Hollond Boardman. They spent two years abroad while Hunt studied architecture in Europe. After the return of the young couple from Europe, Hunt joined the architectural firm of Hartwell & Richardson in Boston, before going to Chicago with Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge. In 1903, the Hunts moved to California hoping the climate would help Harriette's health. Hunt entered a partnership with the leading architect, Elmer Gray, from 1903 to 1908, had his own office from 1908 to 1920, and then joined H. C. Chambers. The important role that Myron Hunt played in the development of Southern California can be seen in the list of a few of the buildings he designed: The Huntington Library, the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, the Rose Bowl, the Pasadena Public Library, the Huntington Hospital, buildings at Occidental College and Pomona College, in addition to many other public buildings and private residences.
After his first wife's death, Myron Hunt married Virginia Pease (1871-1957) in 1915. After their marriage, both Myron and Virginia Hunt were prominent in all types of civic and philanthropic organizations--helping with civilian war work during World War I through the projects of the Army and Navy League, being on the boards of hospitals and schools as well as organizing the Block-Aid Committee to coordinate efforts to find work for the unemployed during the Depression, and in the Pasadena Association working for local political betterment and the recall of the city board of directors in 1931. Both Myron and Virginia Hunt received the Arthur Noble Award from the City of Pasadena for outstanding service to the community--Myron in 1927 "for more than 40 years [being] a forceful leader in the architectural development and civic life of Pasadena and the Southland."

Biographical Note of Harriette Hollond Boardman Hunt

Harriette Hollond Boardman Hunt, (1868-1913), was the granddaughter of Henry Augustus Boardman (1808-1880), a Presbyterian clergyman in Philadelphia, author, and a director of the Princeton Seminary. She married Myron H. Hunt in 1893, and they spent two years abroad in Europe, where Myron studied architecture and Harriette kept journals of their travels. The Hunts moved to Boston and then Chicago. During this latter period Harriette spent long periods in North and South Carolina because of her delicate health. In 1903, the Hunts moved to California hoping her health would improve. In 1913 Harriette Hunt passed away after a long struggle with tuberculosis, her last year spent in a sanatorium in Palm Springs. The Hunts had four children: Rear Admiral Charles Boardman Hunt (donor of the collection); Harriet (Hunt) Bard (who married Philip Bard, son of Senator Thomas R. Bard); Hubbard Hunt (motion picture producer); and Robert Nichols Hunt (Santa Fe poet and editor of a volume of poems by Witter Bynner).

Biographical Note of Virginia Pease Hunt

Virginia Pease (1871-1957) was the founder and principal of the Polytechnic Elementary School in Pasadena, California. She had been born in the town of Winnemucca, Nevada, and was left an orphan at an early age. She and her brother, Lute Pease (an editor of the Pacific Monthly Magazine, author, and Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist) were brought up in the home of their aunt, Mrs. Helen Webster. The children were well educated and Virginia (who originally had been called Caroline Virginia) became a teacher and community leader. Virginia married architect Myron Hunt in 1915. The Hunts were prominent in civic and philanthropic organizations in Southern California, and in 1932, Virginia received the City of Pasadena's Arthur Noble Award "for the woman who conceived of a way to fight the Depression ... was founder and first principal of Pasadena's nationally known Polytechnic Elementary School, member of the board of California Junior Republic, La Vina Sanatorium, and the Huntington Hospital."

Scope and Content

The collection consists of papers dealing chiefly with the work of Myron Hunt and Virginia Pease Hunt with philanthropic and civic organizations in Pasadena, California, from 1917-1946. There are also two sketchbooks by Myron Hunt (1894) and thirteen journals (1893-1913) of his first wife, Harriette Boardman Hunt, written from Europe, Evanston, North Carolina, and Pasadena and Palm Springs, California, from 1893-1913. While some of the materials concern the life and architectural work of Myron Hunt, quantitatively, the collection is weighted toward the story of Pasadena from 1903 to 1946. The collection also contains sub-groups consisting of the papers of Myron Hunt's son, Robert Nichols Hunt, and of the Boardman and Nichols families.
Some of the philanthropic organizations in which Myron and Virginia Pease Hunt were active are represented in the collection. These include: California Junior Republic, Huntington Memorial Hospital, Pasadena Army & Navy League, Pasadena Association, and the Pasadena Block-Aid Committee.
Persons represented in the collection include: Myron Hunt, Virginia Pease Hunt, Henry A. Boardman, Robert Nichols Hunt, Harriette Boardman Hunt, and New Mexico author Paul Horgan (a friend of Robert Nichols Hunt).
Some notable items in the collection include:
  • Boardman, Henry Augustus. Autograph album of Yale College, Class of 1829 (with Catalogue of Graduates in the back). 1829 (Box 1)
  • Boardman, Charles H. Autograph album of Yale College, Class of 1859 (with engravings of faculty and graduates and autograph letters from each). 1859 (Box 3)
  • Horgan, Paul. Hymn and Chorale, The Eels, The Retreat (with dedications to Robert Hunt). 1925-1930? (Boxes 4-5)
  • Hunt, Harriette Hollond (Boardman). Journals and autobiography which show the early life and career of Myron Hunt. 1893-1913 (Box 5)
  • Hunt, Myron. Sketch books of Italian architecture made while in Europe. 1894 (Box 5)
  • Japanese architectural drawings for teachouses (8 plans) (Box 9)
  • Hunt, Myron. Personal letters to Virginia (Pease) Hunt. (15 letters). 1915-1919 (Box 12)
  • Pease, Lute. To Virginia (Pease) Hunt. Letter to his sister re her forthcoming marriage. 1915, Mar. 13 (Volumes 10-11)
  • Scrapbooks re Myron Hunt and his work (2 volumes plus loose addenda). 1903-1929

Related materials in the Huntington Library

Arrangement

This collection has been organized in the following 4 series:
  • I. Boardman-Nichols family papers (Boxes 1-3)
  • II. Robert Nichols Hunt papers (Boxs 3)
  • III. Harriette Hollond Boardman Hunt and Myron Hunt papers (Boxes 4-5)
  • IV. Virginia Pease and Myron Hunt papers (Boxes 6-20)
Although the bulk of the collection is semi-cataloged, the Harriette Boardman Hunt journals have been item-level cataloged and have their own call number (HM 27626) and Myron H. Hunt's sketchbooks have their own call number (HM 27627).

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the Huntington Library's Online Catalog.  

Subjects

Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880.
Horgan, Paul, 1903-1995.
Hunt, Harriette Boardman.
Hunt, Myron, 1868-1952.
Hunt, Robert Nichols, 1907-1964.
Hunt, Virginia Pease.
California Junior Republic.
Huntington Memorial Hospital (Pasadena, Calif.)
Pasadena Army & Navy League (Pasadena, Calif.)
Pasadena Association (Pasadena, Calif.)
Pasadena Block-Aid Committee (Pasadena, Calif.)
Yale College (1718-1887). Class of 1829.
Yale College (1718-1887). Class of 1859.
Architects -- California -- Pasadena -- Archives.
Architects -- Family -- California -- Pasadena.
Architecture -- California, Southern.
Women -- Societies and clubs -- California -- Pasadena.
Pasadena (Calif.) -- History -- 20th century.
Pasadena (Calif.) -- Social life and customs -- 20th century.

Forms/Genres

Commonplace books -- United States.
Family papers -- California -- Pasadena.
Journals -- California -- Pasadena.
Letters (correspondence) -- California -- Pasadena.

Added Entries

Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880.
Horgan, Paul, 1903-1995.
Hunt, Harriette Boardman.
Hunt, Robert Nichols, 1907-1964.
Hunt, Virgina Pease.


Collection Contents

 

I. Boardman-Nichols Family Papers. 1815-1890

Physical Description: 40 pieces

Journals, autograph albums, and correspondence of ancestors and family of Harriette Hollond (Boardman) Hunt.
Box 1

Volumes: Harriet A. (Nichols) Boardman; Charles H. Boardman; Henry Augustus Boardman.

 

Boardman, Harriet Agnes (Nichols). Extract Book (i.e. Commonplace Book). 1859

 

Boardman, Harriet Agnes (Nichols). Extract Book (i.e. Commonplace Book). 1860

 

Boardman, Charles H. Autographs of Class of 1859, Yale College. 1859

Volume of engravings of faculty & graduates with letters from each.
 

Boardman, Henry Augustus. Autograph album of Class of 1829, Yale College. 1829

Includes Catalogue of Yale Class of 1829 at end of volume.
Box 2

Volumes: Harriet A. (Stanton) Nichols and Julia Francis Nichols.

 

Nichols, Harriet A. (Stanton). Extract Book (i.e., Commonplace Book). 1860

 

Nichols, Julia Francis. Selections in Poetry (i.e., Commonplace Book). 1854-57

 

Nichols, Julia Francis. Notebook of poetry. 1863

 

Nichols, Julia Francis. Diary in form of letters to family (from Europe). 1867

 

Nichols, Julia Francis. Diary (written in Sierra Madre, Calif.). 1899

 

Nichols, Julia Francis. Diary (written in Sierra Madre, Calif.). 1900

 

Nichols, Julia Francis. Diary (written in Sierra Madre, Calif.). 1901

Box 3

Volumes of Robert Nichols and Robert Charles Nichols; Boardman-Nichols Family correspondence.

 

Memoir of Robert Nichols (1792-1862). [1862]

 

Nichols, Robert Charles. Diary (written in Bridgeton, N.J.). 1846-47

 

Nichols, Robert Charles. Diary (written in Bridgeton, N.J.). 1854-60

 

Nichols, Robert Charles. Diary (written in Bridgeton, N.J.). 1864-68

 

Correspondence and ephemera of the Boardman and Nichols Families

 

Boardman, Henry Augustus. To Mary I. Boardman. 1855, Dec. 4

 

Horn, James. To Robert Charles Nichols. 1883, Sep. 12

 

Hunt, Harriette Hollond (Boardman). To Julia Francis Nichols. [1890?]

 

Jones, R. Ralston. To Harriet A. (Stanton) Nichols. 1883, Nov. 18

 

McCoy, Maria T. To Harriet A. (Stanton) Nichols. 1850, Jan. 24

 

Nichols, Harriet A. (Stanton). To Harriet Agnes (Nichols) Boardman. 1881-88

Physical Description: 3 pieces
 

Nichols, Harriet A. (Stanton). To Robert Charles Nichols. 1852, June 8

 

Nichols, Julia Francis. To Harriet Agnes (Nichols) Boardman. 1881, Nov. 10

 

Nichols, Julia Francis. To Robert Charles Nichols. 1867, Oct. 6

 

Nichols, Robert. To Robert Charles Nichols. 1851-52

Physical Description: 4 pieces
 

Nichols, Robert Charles. To "Frederick". 1854, July 3

 

Nichols, Robert Charles. To Harriet Agnes (Nichols) Boardman. 1879-1880

Physical Description: 2 pieces
 

Nichols, Robert Charles. To Robert Nichols. 1862, Jan. 26

 

Nichols, Robert Charles. To his children. 1858, Apr. 3

 

Scarborough, John. To Harriet A. (Stanton) Nichols. 1883, Nov. 9

 

Stewart, Ana C. To Robert Nichols. 1815, Oct. 21

 

Torrey, William. To J. W. Kaye. 1883, Nov. 29

 

Walsh, Emily Goodwin (Nichols). To Harriet Agnes (Nichols) Boardman. undated

 

?, Claude. To Robert Charles Nichols. 1867, Aug. 22

 

?, Edgar. To Julia Francis Nichols. 1876, July 24

 

Ephemera

Physical Description: 5 items

Includes an 1865 printed invitation; a pen-and-ink caricature titled "The Greyhound Committee in chase of a Black Badger"; a 1 p. manuscript poem beginning "What can assuage this bitter anguish ..." and "I'm so d-r-u-n-k, I cannot stand," dated October 19, 1809; and two additional later documents with music/verse.
 

II. Hunt (Robert Nichols) Papers

Correspondence and poetry of son of Myron Hunt (with several items by his friend, the New Mexican author, Paul Horgan).
Box 3, Folders 26-33

Robert Nichols Hunt Papers

 

Bard, Mary. To Robert Nichols Hunt. [1929?]

 

Horgan, Paul Hymm and Chorale: [poem with introduction]. 1925, July 16

 

Horgan, Paul. The Eels: [poem]. [c.1930?]

 

Horgan, Paul. The Retreat. A Story. [c.1930?]

 

Hunt, Robert Nichols. Notebook. [c.1929?]

 

Hunt, Robert Nichols. [50 poems, mainly typewritten. c.1930?]

 

Hunt, Robert Nichols. Some Contemporary Aspects of Art and Criticism. [c.1929?]

 

Hunt, Robert Nichols. To Hildegard [Flanner?] (incomplete). 1929, Nov. 2

 

?, Frank. To Robert Nichols Hunt. [1929?]

Related Material

See also oversize photograph of George [Kennedy?] at end of collection.
 

III. Hunt (Harriette Holland Boardman and Myron) Papers.

The major section of material on the early architectural and family life of Myron Hunt, his architectural sketch books (2 volumes made while in Italy in 1894), and 8 Japanese architectural plans for teahouses.
These items have individual call numbers: HM 27626 (1-13)-27627 (1-2).
Box 4

Harriette Hollond Boardman Hunt journals (1893-1907).

 

HM 27626 (1). Hunt, Harriette Hollond (Boardman). Journal (Europe). 1893, June-Aug.

 

HM 27626 (2). Hunt, Harriette Hollond (Boardman). Journal (Europe). 1893, Aug.-Nov.

 

HM 27626 (3). Hunt, Harriette Hollond (Boardman). Journal (Europe). 1893-1894

 

HM 27626 (4). Hunt, Harriette Hollond (Boardman). Journal (Evanston; North Carolina). 1897

 

HM 27626 (5). Hunt, Harriette Hollond (Boardman). Journal (Evanston; North Carolina). 1899-1900

 

HM 27626 (6). Hunt, Harriette Hollond (Boardman). Journal (South Carolina; California). 1901-1904

 

HM 27626 (7). Hunt, Harriette Hollond (Boardman). Journal (Pasadena, California). 1904-1907

Box 5

Harriette Hollond Boardman Hunt journals (1907-1913) and autobiography; Myron Hunt sketchbooks and Japanese architectural plans.

 

HM 27626 (8). Hunt, Harriette Hollond (Boardman). Journal (Pasadena). 1907, May-Oct.

 

HM 27626 (9). Hunt, Harriette Hollond (Boardman). Journal (Pasadena). 1907-1910

 

HM 27626 (10). Hunt, Harriette Hollond (Boardman). Journal (Pasadena). 1910-1911

 

HM 27626 (11). Hunt, Harriette Hollond (Boardman). Journal (Pasadena). 1911-1912

 

HM 27626 (12). Hunt, Harriette Hollond (Boardman). Journal (Pasadena & Palm Springs). 1912-1913

 

HM 27626 (13). Hunt, Harriette Hollond (Boardman). Journal (Palm Springs). 1913

 

Hunt, Harriette Hollond (Boardman). Autobiographical Sketch & Family History. 1900-1902

 

HM 27627 (1 & 2). Hunt Myron. Sketch books of Italian architecture. 1894

Physical Description: 2 volumes
 

[Japanese Architectural Plans for Teahouses]. undated

Physical Description: 8 pieces
 

IV. Hunt (Virginia Pease and Myron) Papers

Correspondence, business papers, account books and scrapbooks relating mainly to civic and philanthropic organizations, such as California Junior Republic, Collis P. & Howard Huntington Memorial Hospital, La Vina Sanatorium, Pasadena Army & Navy League (community war service during World War I), Pasadena Association and Recall Election of 1931, Pasadena Block-Aid Committee (for relief work during the Depression), and 2 scrapbooks on the life and work of Myron Hunt
Box 6

Correspondence of Myron Hunt and Virginia Pease Hunt: A - C. 1915-1935

Physical Description: 205 pieces
Box 7

Correspondence of Myron Hunt and Virginia Pease Hunt: D - Fo. 1915-1938

Physical Description: 315 pieces
Box 8

Correspondence of Myron Hunt and Virginia Pease Hunt: Fo - Hunt, Myron to A - F. 1915-1946

Physical Description: 159 pieces
Box 9

Correspondence of Myron Hunt and Virginia Pease Hunt: Hunt, Myron to G - Z. 1915-1946

Physical Description: 176 pieces
Box 10

Correspondence of Myron Hunt and Virginia Pease Hunt: Hunt, Virginia (Pease). 1917-1938

Physical Description: 613 pieces
Box 11

Correspondence of Myron Hunt and Virginia Pease Hunt: Hunter - N. 1915-1946

Physical Description: 144 pieces
Box 12

Correspondence of Myron Hunt and Virginia Pease Hunt: O - Sp. 1915-1945

Physical Description: 155 pieces
Box 13

Correspondence of Myron Hunt and Virginia Pease Hunt: St - Z. 1915-1957

Physical Description: 188 pieces
Box 14

Business Papers: California Junior Republic; Huntington Memorial Hospital

Folder 1

California Junior Republic. Articles of Incorporation, Trustees, etc. 1927-1946

Physical Description: 10 pieces
Folder 2

California Junior Republic. Contributors. 1926-1928

Physical Description: 19 pieces
Folder 3

California Junior Republic. Financial Statements. 1922-1929

Physical Description: 13 pieces
Folder 4

California Junior Republic. Reports. 1928-1945

Physical Description: 9 pieces
Folder 5

California Junior Republic. Clippings, misc. 1928

Physical Description: 12 pieces
Folder 6

Collis P. & Howard Huntington Memorial Hospital. 1935; 1945-46

Physical Description: 59 pieces
Box 15

Business papers: La Vina Sanatorium; Pasadena Army & Navy League; Pasadena Art Institute.

Folder 1

La Vina Sanatorium. 1937-1946

Physical Description: 35 pieces
Folder 2

Pasadena Army & Navy League. Arcadia War Camp Community Service Clubs. 1918-1919

Physical Description: 22 pieces
Folder 3

Pasadena Army & Navy League. Financial Matters. 1918-1919

Physical Description: 31 pieces
Folder 4

Pasadena Army & Navy League. Officers, Committees, and Workers. 1917-1919

Physical Description: 45 pieces
Folder 5

Pasadena Army & Navy League. Organization & Minutes of Meetings. 1917-1919

Physical Description: 34 pieces
Folder 6

Pasadena Army & Navy League. Pasadena War Camp Community Service. 1918-1919

Physical Description: 14 pieces
Folder 7

Pasadena Army & Navy League. Reports. 1917-1919

Physical Description: 20 pieces
Folder 8

Pasadena Army & Navy League. San Pedro Soldiers & Sailors Canteen. 1918-1919

Physical Description: 27 pieces
Folder 9

Pasadena Army & Navy League. Woman's Section (knitting). 1917-1918

Physical Description: 38 pieces
Folder 10

Pasadena Art Institute. 1943-1946

Physical Description: 31 pieces
Box 16

Business papers: Pasadena Association.

Folder 1

Pasadena Association. Committees. 1932-1933

Physical Description: 13 pieces
Folder 2

Pasadena Association. Directors. 1931-1937

Physical Description: 10 pieces
Folder 3

Pasadena Association. Directors' Meetings. 1931-1938

Physical Description: 175 pieces
Folder 4

Pasadena Association. Inter-Organization Coordinating Committee. 1933-1938

Physical Description: 22 pieces
Folder 5

Pasadena Association. Members' Meetings. 1931-1936

Physical Description: 40 pieces
Folder 6

Pasadena Association. Membership Lists. 1931-1938

Physical Description: 30 pieces
Folder 7

Pasadena Association. Organization and By-laws. 1931-1932

Physical Description: 9 pieces
Folder 8

Pasadena Association. Miscellaneous. 1931-1932

Physical Description: 6 pieces
Box 17

Business papers: Pasadena Association - Recall Election

Folder 1

Pasadena Association. Recall Election. Campaign Directors and Committee. 1931

Physical Description: 6 pieces
Folder 2

Pasadena Association. Recall Election. Campaign Expenses and Financial Statements. 1931-1932

Physical Description: 9 pieces
Folder 3

Pasadena Association. Recall Election. Campaign Meetings. 1931

Physical Description: 17 pieces
Folder 4

Pasadena Association. Recall Election. Candidates. 1931

Physical Description: 5 pieces
Folder 5

Pasadena Association. Recall Election. Petitions. 1931

Physical Description: 9 pieces
Folder 6

Pasadena Association. Recall Election. Platform. 1931

Physical Description: 4 pieces
Folder 7

Pasadena Association. Recall Election. Precinct Workers. 1931

Physical Description: 16 pieces
Folder 8

Pasadena Association. Recall Election. Press releases and speeches. 1931

Physical Description: 16 pieces
Folder 9

Pasadena Association. Recall Election. Report of Harry Calvin. 1931, Dec.28

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 10

Pasadena Association. Clippings. 1931

Box 18

Business papers: Pasadena Block-Aid Committee (History, reports, etc.)

Folder 1

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. History and Organization Plan. 1931-1932

Physical Description: 7 pieces
Folder 2

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Officers, members, committees. 1931-1932

Physical Description: 41 pieces
Folder 3

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Plans and preliminary surveys by organizations. 1932-1934

Physical Description: 93 pieces
Folder 4

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Publicity. 1932

Physical Description: 7 pieces
Folder 5

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Reports. 1932

Physical Description: 55 pieces
Folder 6

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Miscellaneous. 1932-1934

Physical Description: 8 pieces
Box 19

Business papers: Pasadena Block-Aid Committee (Financial papers and requisitions)

Folder 1

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Financial Papers. Subscriptions. 1932

Physical Description: 12 pieces
Folder 2

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Financial Statements. 1932-1933

Physical Description: 36 pieces
Folder 3

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Requisitions (Work Committee Desk Book). 1932-1933

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 4

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Requisitions (A - Cha). 1932-1933

Physical Description: 37 pieces
Folder 5

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Requisitions (Churches). 1932-1933

Physical Description: 176 pieces
Box 20

Business papers: Pasadena Blck-Aid Committee (requisitions, continued)

Folder 1

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Requisitions (Ci-O). 1932-1933

Physical Description: 217 pieces
Folder 2

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Requisitions (Pa-Pasadena Civic). 1932-1933

Physical Description: 103 pieces
Folder 3

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Requisitions (Pasadena Community Playhouse). 1932-1933

Physical Description: 95 pieces
Folder 4

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Requisitions (Pasadena Day Nursery-Pasadena Home for the Aged). 1932-1933

Physical Description: 50 pieces
Folder 5

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Requisitions (Pasadena Hospital). 1932-1933

Physical Description: 84 pieces
Folder 6

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Requisitions (Pasadena Preventorium). 1932-1933

Physical Description: 50 pieces
Folder 7

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Requisitions (Po - V). 1932-1933

Physical Description: 82 pieces
Folder 8

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Requisitions (W - Y). 1932-1933

Physical Description: 93 pieces
 

Account books

Volume 1

Pasadena Army & Navy League. Donations and Guarantee Funds. 1917-1919

Volume 2

Pasadena Army & Navy League. Guarantee Fund. 1917-1919

Volume 3

Pasadena Army & Navy League. Day Book, San Pedro. 1917-1919

Volume 4

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Account Book. 1932-1933

Volume 5

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Cash Receipts Journal No. 1. 1932

Volume 6

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Cash Receipts Journal No. 2. 1932-1933

Volume 7

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Cost reports. 1932-1933

Volume 8

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Treasurer's reports. 1932-1933

Volume 9

Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. Block-Aid Fund. 1932-1933

 

Scrapbooks

Volume 10

Scrapbook re Myron Hunt. 1903-1920

Volume 10a

Addenda to above 1903-1920

Loose material laid in Vol. 10.
Volume 11

Scrapbook re Myron Hunt. 1921-1929

Volume 12

Scrapbook re Pasadena Association and Recall Election. 1931-1932

Volume 13

Scrapbook re Pasadena Association and Recall Election. 1931-1932

Volume 13a

Addenda to above 1931-1933

Loose material laid in Vol. 13.
Volume 14

Scrapbook re Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. 1932

Volume 15

Scrapbook re Pasadena Block-Aid Committee. 1932

Oversize

Photograph of George [Kennedy?]. [c.1930?]