The collection consists of correspondence and speeches relating to the positions Dill held with the San Francisco Public Utilities
Commission, San Francisco Housing Authority, San Francisco Grand Jury (Foreman), San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, and the
Alien Enemy Hearing Board of the Northern District of California. The collection reflects Dill's involvement in the civic
affairs of the city in the 1920s through the 1940s. The bulk of the collection centers on his position and a ctivities with
the Golden Gate International Exposition, of which Dill was appointed president in 1940. Business correspondence from his
firm Dill-Crosett, Inc., an import-export company is also included.
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