Guide to the Meyer Lissner Papers, 1903-1923 (inclusive), 1910-1920 (bulk)

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Guide to the Meyer Lissner Papers , 1903-1923 (inclusive), 1910-1920 (bulk)

Collection number: M0070

Department of Special Collections and University Archives

Stanford University Libraries

Stanford, California

Contact Information

  • Department of Special Collections
  • Green Library
  • Stanford University Libraries
  • Stanford, CA 94305-6004
  • Phone: (650) 725-1022
  • Email: speccoll@sulmail.stanford.edu
  • URL: http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/spc/
Processed by:
Patricia J. Palmer
Date Completed:
1964 Aug.
© 1999 The Board of Trustees of Stanford University. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Meyer Lissner Papers ,
Date (inclusive): 1903-1923 (inclusive), 1910-1920 (bulk)
Creator: Lissner, Meyer, 1871-1930.
Collection number: Special Collections M0070
Extent: 30 linear ft.
Repository: Stanford University. Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives.
Abstract: Correspondence, legal and financial papers, photographs, clippings and miscellaneous printed material including circulars, new releases, speeches, and political hand bills. The papers are predominantly political with particular emphasis on the non-partisan reform movement in Los Angeles beginning about 1906, the organization of the Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican League (1907), and the Progressive movement especially in California through Hiram Johnson's presidential campaign (1920).
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

None.

Publication Rights

Property rights reside with the repository. Literary rights reside with the creators of the documents or their heirs. To obtain permission to publish or reproduce, please contact the Public Services Librarian of the Dept. of Special Collections.

Acquisition Information

Gift of the Lissner family, 1934, 1963.

Preferred Citation:

[Identification of item] Meyer Lissner Papers , M0070, Dept. of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

Scope and Content Note

The Meyer Lissner Papers consist of approximately 40,000 items from 1903 to 1923. Most of the material falls between 1910 and 1920 and is primarily in the form of correspondence. There are also legal and financial papers, pamphlets, clippings, miscellaneous printed matter (form letters, news releases, political hand bills, etc.) and photographs.
The subject matter is almost entirely political. It shows the growth and decline of the Progressive movement, particularly in California; the formation of the Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican League; and the Los Angeles non-partisan reform movement, to name only a few. The correspondence between notable political figures either in the lime-light or behind-the-scenes is very open and frank. Goals, ideals and disappointments are discussed at length, revealing as much about personalities as the times. The letters between Lissner, Hiram Johnson and Chester Rowell are excellent examples. Campaign policies on local, state and national levels is another interesting subject. This material shows the inner workings of a political organization, the tactical maneuvering and the interplay and manipulation of the various participants.
A few items may be found of a business or personal nature, relating to the law firm, real estate interests and family. These form a very small percentage and give only a hint of Lissner's private life. Even these usually discuss public issues as well as private affairs.
The reference and printed materials cover a variety of subjects in which Lissner was interested. Among these are topics related to the various boards or commissions on which he served, such as the Los Angeles Public Utilities Board and the California Industrial Accident Commission. As editor of the California Outlook, organ of the Progressives in that state, he collected typescripts of articles, news releases and clippings and corresponded with many subscribers, advertisers, trustees and contributors. Other materials show interest in the various clubs, political and social, in which he held membership. But here too the emphasis is political and includes information on public figures, political parties and clubs, the Los Angeles charter revision, the conflict with various newspapers on political matters and the Southern Pacific machine.
The correspondents are many and varied, making a complete listing, even of the more important ones, almost impossible. The most important single correspondent for both bulk of material and content is Hiram W. Johnson. Lissner was one of a number of men who pushed Johnson to political prominence and one of the few Progressives who remained loyal after the death of that movement and Johnson's apparent dessertion of its ideals. Related to Johnson's correspondence and important in its own right is the material pertaining to his gubernatorial and senatorial campaigns and particularly his 1920 presidential campaign. A few other important names are: Chester Rowell, Edgar A. Luce, John M. Eshleman, -dwin T. Earl, Francis J. Heney, William D. Stephens, C.C. Young, William Allen White, Theodore Roosevelt, Robert M. LaFollette, Harold L. Ickes and George W. Perkins. The list includes politicians on every level of government, newspapermen and publishers, business and professional men and women, civil servants and civic leaders. Most of these are of particular importance in California, but there are many of national interest and prominence.

Biographical Note

1871, June 16 born in San Francisco; son of Louis and Mathilda (Block) Lissner.
  education: public grammar and high school in Oakland.
c. 1886 began successful jewelry and pawnshop business.
1896, August 12 married Ermine Greenhood of Okland; three children: Louis Meyer, Jay Greenhood and Aline Mathilda.
1898-1899 Los Angeles Law School.
1899 practiced law in Los Angeles, first 6 years as partner of Edgar W. Camp, later Joseph L. Lewinsohn.
1906 organizer and secretary of Non-Partisan City Central Committee (of Los Angeles).
1906-1910 member of the executive committee of the Municipal League of Los Angeles. (2nd vice president in 1909.)
1907 an organizer of the Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican League in California. (chairman of Los Angeles County Executive Committee 1908, vice president, 1910.)
1907 secretary and organizer of Owens River Campaign Committee.
1907 organizer of City Club of Los Angeles. (member of the Board of Governers, vice president, 1908 and president, 1911.)
1909 president of the Good Government Organization.
1909-1911 organizer and secretary of the Good Government Fund.
1909-1911 member of the executive committee of the Direct Legislation League of California.
1909-1911 president of the Board of Public Utilities, City of Los Angeles.
1909-1916 member of executive committee of National Municipal League, 1909-1916.
1917 vice president of National Municipal League
1910-1916 chairman of California Republican State Central Committee.
1912-1916 member of National Executive Committee, Progressive Party (or Progressive National Com.)
1914-1917 editor of California Outlook
1915-1919 and 1928 member of California Industrial Accident Commission.
1921-1925 member of U.S. Shipping Board (resigned 1925.)
1930, July 28 died.

Access Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Anderson, George B.
Bancroft, Philip, 1881-
Baumgartner, J. P.
Chenoweth, L. E. (Lawrence E.)
Dickson, E. A.
Heney, Francis J., 1859-1937.
Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964.
Hughes, Charles Evans, 1862-1948.
Ickes, Harold L. (Harold LeClair), 1874-1952.
Johnson, Hiram Warren, 1866-1945.
Kent, William, 1864-1928.
Krehbiel, Henry Edward, 1854-1923.
La Follette, Robert M. (Robert Marion), 1855-1925.
Lewinsohn, Joseph L.
Lissner, Meyer, 1871-1930.
Luce, Edgar A., 1881-
Mc Cabe, Alexander.
Nelles, Fred C.
Neylan, John Francis, 1885-1960.
Older, Fremont, 1856-1935.
Otis, Harrison Gray, 1837-1917.
Perkins, George W., 1862-1920.
Pinchot, Gifford, 1865-1946.
Pope, Arthur Upham, 1881-1969.
Robinson, Leo S.
Rolph, James.
Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919.
Rowell, Chester Harvey, 1867-1948.
Russell, Charles Edward, 1860-1941.
Shoup, Paul, 1874-1946.
Spreckels, Rudolph.
Stephens, William D. 1859-1944.
Stone, George W.
Taft, William h. (William Howard), 1857-1930.
Thompson, Newton Wayland, 1882-
White, William Allen, 1868-1944.
Willard, C. D.
Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924.
Woodruff, Clinton Rogers, 1868-?.
Young, Clement Calhoun, 1869-1947.
California Railroad Commission.
Hetch Hetchy Reservior (Calif.)
League of Nations.
Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican League.
Los Angeles.
Progressive Party.
Sierra Club.
Southern Pacific Company.
Title Insurance and Trust Co. (Los Angeles)
Ballot.
Democratic Party--California.
Eight-hour movement.
Election law.
Elections, nonpartisan.
Employer's liability--California.
Initiative, Right of.
Insurance, unemployment.
Prohibition--California.
Primaries.
Proportional representation.
Recall--California.
Republican Party--California.
Single tax.
Socialism.
Women--Suffrage.

Additional Information

REPORT ON THE LISSNER COLLECTION

This report on the Lissner Collection includes a summary of the work done on the collection between September 1, 1936, and June 6, 1937, and in addition an estimate of work which should be done to render the collection usable. A statement on the collection as a whole is included.
The report prepared by Mr. Harry N. M. Winton on August 13, 1936, provided the basis for such rearrangement of the files as was undertaken. Mr. Winton had rearranged the folders within the various files, with the result that in September, 1936, they were in general alphabetical order within the chronological subdivisions. Extensive refiling was indicated and all letters were arranged alphabetically within the letter folders. The correspondence of Meyer Lissner occupies seven filing drawers, labeled as follows: 1903-1909, 1910-1911, 1912, 1913, 1914-1915-1916, and two drawers 1917-1921. In addition, two drawers are devoted, respectively, to California Outlook correspondence and the Johnson-for-President Campaign of 1920; neither of these files have been touched by the writer. A small amount of 1914 correspondence is filed with the 1915-1916 correspondence, though the bulk is, presumably, in the California Outlook file. All used folders in the files through 1916 have been replaced by new, clearly labeled folders.
Calendar cards have been made for each of the letters in the five cases running from 1903 to 1916. The cards are filed in chronological order and are located in the following places: File 1 -- Drawers 5, 6; File 2 -- Drawers 1, 2; File 3 -- Drawers 1, 2; File 4 (cardboard box); File 5 (cardboard box). Additional files for 3 x 5 cards are needed.
These cards, whose preparation consumed the bulk of time during the year, contain all essential information about each letter, including the date of writing, names of writer and addressee, and a synopsis of the contents. The cards are filed under the name of the person with whom Lissner corresponded and are filed in chronological order. Combined use of the alphabetical letter files and chronological calendar cards should provide an effective index to the correspondence.
Calendar cards must be made for the two drawers of 1917-1921 correspondence, and the California Outlook - and Johnson-for-President materials. The indexing and reorganization of the remaining correspondence, and of the reference files will probably require nine or ten months of fulltime work.
In addition to indexing the correspondence, the Lissner reference materials have been filed in Cabinet 3 in Room 404 of the Library and may be located on the Shelf List. The Lissner clipping scrapbooks were placed on top of Cabinet 3 as they were too large to be placed inside. The seven drawers of Reference Materials have not been opened. Drawer 8 of the Reference Materials contains mounted clippings from the first crate of clippings. These have been pasted on bond paper, the size of this page, and filed in chronological order to correspond with the calender card files. There are four unopened crates of clippings which should be mounted if possible.
It is difficult to evaluate the materials that compose the Lissner Collection, materials ranging from letters to pamphlets, and bearing on California politics from 1903 to 1921, with emphasis on the period from 1907 to 1917. The period of Meyer Lissner's influence in state politics ended with his appointment, in June, 1921, to the United States Shipping Board.
Meyer Lissner seems less important as an actor in California politics, than as a motivator. If ever a man was a power behind the scenes of state governor, that man was Meyer Lissner. He was ridiculed and criticized by the newspapers of his time, accused of all political misdemeanors; today his name is a memory only to those few people who knew him intimately. His name is not mentioned in accounts of state politics written since his death, yet his influence was far-reaching. The campaigns with which he was connected were those which made California of great political importance some twenty years ago.
Certain policies interested Meyer Lissner throughout his life. They were first, activities aiming at the improvement of municipal government -- such as the Good Government Organization of Los Angeles, the National Municipal League, and the Municipal Conference of 1913. From 1906 until 1920 Lissner participated in uncounted campaigns for nonpartisanship in local and state government; during the same period he was in the vanguard of partisan campaigns in national politics.
Lissner's second group of activities were directed at progressive government. A Republican in his early years, he was instrumental in founding the Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican League. In 1912 a member of the Progressive National Committee, by 1920 a Regular Republican, his course was typical of his era. Lissner's associates were contemporaries, young men thirty years ago. Unfortunately Lissner died at an early age but his companions are still leaders in California and the nation. A casual list of friends supports this contention: Hiram Johnson, former Governor, owed much to Lissner, even the Senatorship which he has held these twenty years. Chester Rowell worked with Lissner in the Lincoln-Roosevelt League, campaigned with him for their then close, mutual friend Johnson, progressed during Lissner's active years in the state from the Fresno Republican to the San Francisco Chronicle, from editorial reputation only, to political leadership.
E. A. Dickson, third member, with Lissner and Rowell, of the spearhead of Lincoln-Roosevelt League organization, in 1907 an impecunious college graduate and newspaperman, is today a civic leader in Los Angeles, a Regent of the University of California. Others with whom Lissner engaged in politics were Friend Richardson, State Printer and later Governor of California; U. S. Webb, then nd now State Attorney General; John Francis Neylan, then member of the State Board of Control, now active in the Hearst enterprises; Max Thelen, former president of the State Railroad Commission; Philip Bancroft, Franklin Hichborn; Dr. John Randolph Haynes; and many others.
Many of Lissner's fellow-workers in the progressive movements are now deceased. Among the leaders were John Eshleman, brilliant attorney and onetime Lieutenant-Governor; Harris Weinstock of Sacramento; C. D. Willard, writer, secretary of the L. A. Municipal League, publisher of the old Pacific Outlook; A. J. Pillbury, Industrial Accident Commissioner, publisher of the California Weekly; Lincoln Steffens; Fremont Older, crusading editor of the San Francisco Bulletin; E. T. Earl, Los Angeles publisher; and scores of others.
Lissner's contacts with national figures were as important as those with California leaders, and there are extensive files of correspondence with Clinton Rogers Woodruff, longtime secretary of the National Municipal League; with Theodore Roosevelt (originals of which are in Los Angeles in possession of the Lissner family); Sen. Robert M. La Follette of Wisconsin; Medill McCormick of Illinois; Senator Joseph M. Dixon; Joseph Fels; and others.
The Lissner correspondence is rich with material bearing on California politics -- there is basic material for a history of the Lincoln-Roosevelt League, earliest Progressive group to attain statewide power. There is material for a study of Los Angeles politics from 1907 to 1913 in detail, and considerable information bearing on civic organizations throughout the state, and pressure groups such as the Direct Legislation League of California. There is adequate data for the life of Meyer Lissner which should some day be written, and material for an annotated list of California politicians of the present century, a list that should be prepared and which would be of reference value to all students in the period.
Of primary interest are the stories of the Hiram Johnson gubernatorial and senatorial campaigns, and the material bearing on the 1916 presidential election and Hughes' visit to California. There is much data on the organization of various state departments, and a plenitude of material demonstrating the manner in which appointments were made in the Johnson administration, including the workings of the unofficial advisory board of Lissner, E. A. Dickson, E. T. Earl, and others whom Johnson consulted.
But the Lissner collection alone is inadequate. Renewed effort should be made to secure the papers of Chester Rowell and E. A. Dickson. Because of the nature of the Lincoln-Roosevelt League Organization these three collections complement each other -- without them the full picture cannot be drawn. The Hichborn and Haynes papers would be invaluable. Other persons whose correspondence would be desirable include A. J. Pillsbury, George Perkins, George Pardee, Daniel A. Ryan, Edgar A. Luce (for the San Diego records), Harris Weinstock, and lastly the papers of Alexander McCabe, Martin Madsen, and Mrs. Harriet Odgers French, secretaries to Governor Hiram Johnson. Most valuable of all would be the Hiram Johnson papers. Some are in possession of the Borel Collection, a great many are in possession of the Lissner family in Los Angeles. In the event of Johnson's death, these could probably be secured, but an effort should be made to secure the papers which Johnson has, and his general correspondence.
It is Utopian to dream of securing all of these collections, but it would seem well worth while to have a research assistant, some time in the near future, devote considerable time to systematically contacting all surviving members of the political groups of ten, twenty and thirty years ago, and the heirs of those who are deceased. To this end continuation of attempts to publicize the Borel Collection is essential. Press releases are inadequate as there is no guarantee of publication. The campaign, for it must be that if the collection is to be increased, should consist of interviews, personal letters, and the publication of a brochure explaining the purpose of the collection. The fact should be emphasized at all times that a study of recent state politics belongs outside of a state university and can be properly and fairly dealt with in such a private university as Stanford.
In the opinion of the writer the future program for the Lissner Collection should include: completion of the calendar; indexing of all reference materials; attempts to increase the collection; and opening of the collection to graduate students and faculty from Stanford and other universities. The Lissner Collection can properly become the corner stone of a superb collection of California political materials.
June 6, 1937
-- Elinor Kahn

REPORT ON THE LISSNER PAPERS, BOREL COLLECTION, ROOM 317 LIBRARY AUGUST 13, 1936

The Lissner Papers were brought to the library packed in two three drawer filing cabinet, in one six-drawer filing cabinet, and in three packing cases. The Lissner correspondence---- most of which was contained in the packing cases and in one cabinet----was rearranged in the six-drawer filing cabinet, only one small lot remaining over. The correspondence had been bound into bundles and indentified by slips of paper. These bundles were untied and placed in the filing cabinet, each category being separately filed.
  • Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican League 1907-1909;with scattered Lissner Correspondence 1903-1906, 1 drawer
  • Lissner Correspondence 1910-1911, 1 drawer
  • Lissner Correspondence 1912, 1 drawer
  • Lissner Correspondence 1913, 1 drawer
  • California Outlook , Correspondence; with scattered Pacific Outlook correspondence 1910, 1 drawer
  • Lissner Correspondence 1915-1916, 1 drawer
  • Lissner Correspondence 1917-1921, 2 drawers
  • Johnson for President Executive Committee (Los Angeles Organization) 1920, 1 drawer
  • Lissner & Lewinsohn 1919-1920, overflow
  • Lissner, Lewinsohn & Barnhill 1920-1921, overflow
  • Lewinsohn & Barnhill (scattered) 1921-1922, overflow
The Lissner correspondence, after being unpacked and placed in the cabinet, was examined drawer by drawer, the folders checked for orderly filing and completeness and replaced when too badly damaged for further use. The folder contents were straightened out and cleaned when necessary. Some files were in bad shape because of exposure to moisture and mice, although, fortunately, but few documents were damaged seriously. Many letters were, however, badly rumpled and discolored.
Only two of the files (Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican League 1907-1909, and California Outlook Correspondence 1911-1914) were examined and rearranged beyond the gross alphabetization of folders. These two files were carefully gone over and extensive refiling done, so that order, chronological, alphabetical and logical prevails----according to the examiner's lights. This process will be required for the remaining files, since there is a great deal of inconsistent filing.
For these remaining files cleaning, checking and ordering as far as gross alphabetization of the folders were the principal tasks. In the last respect there was little to be done, since nearly all file folders were already arranged in orderly succession.
Within each folder, however,----except for the two files mentioned above----further ordering is necessary. This was too extensive a job for the present undertaking, since it can properly be carriedout only with an understanding of the desired final arrangement of the whole collection according to definite plan, complementary to which will be the indexing of the contents.
The correspondence, as now filed, is contained in lettered folders as originally filed or as now supplied. One bundle had been supplied with alphabetical dividers only, the letters resting between theseupon the bottom of the drawer; folders were here provided. On the other hand, all dividers were removed, to reduce bulk, while the marked folder-tabs serve as convenient guides. In some instances several folders were combined when the slimness of their contents warranted.
In the subsequent description of the gross contents of the correspondence these two terms will be used in the following sense:
(1) MISSING----papers not contained in the files, but which ought, apparently, to be there, a presumption based on the file label, the gaps in the sequence of letter folders, or the inclusion of empty labeled folders. In the latter instance it is reasonable to suppose that most such file-folders were empty because there was no correspondence to be filed therein in certain alphabetical categories (under Q, for instance).
(2) LACKING----papers not contained in the files which are apparently not embraced in the descriptive file labels, but which may be supposed to have been preserved by Lissner and are yet to be acquired, unless they have been lost or destroyed.

LINCOLN-ROOSEVELT REPUBLICAN LEAGUE, 1907-1909 (and----not on original label---Lissner correspondence, 1903-1906 MISSING (no folders found)

  • Bro
  • By
  • Ca-Ce
  • Em-Er
  • Fi-Fl (1 correspondent, Fleming)
  • Fu-Fy
  • Ge-Gh (1 correspondent, Gerberding)
  • Gi-Gl
  • Je-Ji
  • La-Lo (1 correspondent, L. A. Storage)
  • Me (1 correspondent. Merriam)
  • Moa-Mon (1 correspondent, Monrovia News)
  • My
  • Na-Ne
  • O
  • Pa
  • Sc (1 correspondent, Schaller)
  • Se
  • Sm-So
  • Su-Sz
  • Te-Ti
  • U-V
  • Wim-Viz (2 correspondents, Wing, Wininger)
  • Wu-Wy

Note

Note: This was one file thoroughly rearranged; in consequence the excepted letters above, usually 1 apiece, were transferred from other folders, but were not found in folders marked as above. Some of these letter-combinations were undoubtedly represented by correspondence at some time.

LISSNER CORRESPONDENCE, 1910-1911 MISSING (no folders found)

  • Fu-Fy
  • Gy
  • Haa-Haf
  • Schu-Schy
  • Ti
  • Wem-Wez

LISSNER CORRESPONDENCE, 1910-1911 MISSING (folders empty)

  • Daa-Dam
  • Dim-Diz
  • Gi
  • Goa-Gol
  • My
  • Q
  • Schi-Schm

LISSNER CORRESPONDENCE, 1912 MISSING (no folders found)

  • Cop-Cor
  • Dw-Dy
  • Schi-Schm

LISSNER CORRESPONDENCE, 1913 MISSING (no folders found)

  • Daa-Dam, Fu-Fy, Haa-Haf
  • Hes-Hez
  • Lea-Lem, Mea-Mem
  • Raa-Ral, Roc-Ron
  • Ps-Pz
  • Sci-Scy
  • Sk-Sl
  • Ti (but a folder for Title Insur. & Trust Co.)
  • Z

LISSNER CORRESPONDENCE, 1913 MISSING (folders empty)

  • Bua-Buc
  • Ge-Gh
  • Goa-Gol
  • Je-Ji
  • Sca-Sce
  • Wea-Wel

CALIFORNIA OUTLOOK CORRESPONDENCE, 1911-1914

  • Apparently nothing missing in bulk (as a folder-file)

LISSNER CORRESPONDENCE, 1915-1916 MISSING (folders empty)

  • Cas-Caz
  • Has-Hau
  • Mea-Mem
  • Q
  • Schn-Schr

LISSNER CORRESPONDENCE, 1917-1921 MISSING (no folders found)

  • Dim-Diz
  • Pa

LISSNER CORRESPONDENCE, 1917-1921 MISSING (folders empty)

  • Bes-Bez (1 correspondent only, Beveridge; but this a rearrangement)
  • By
  • Cas-Caz
  • Fu-Fy
  • Q
  • Raa-Ral
  • Pu-Py
JOHNSON FOR PRESIDENT EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE... 1920

Note

Had no folders, only alphabetic 1 dividers; no missing categories

LISSNER & LEWINSOHN... 1919-1922 MISSING (no folders found)

  • Ta
  • Wr-Wy

LISSNER & LEWINSOHN... 1919-1922 MISSING (folders empty)

  • Bru-Bry
  • By
  • Ce
  • De
  • Fu-Fy
  • Haa-Haf
  • Hav-Haz
  • Lu-Ly
  • Ni
  • Pe
  • Q
  • S(ain)t
  • Sma-Sme
  • Te
  • Wim-Wir
  • Wis-Wiz

Note

Note: This file, an overflow, is almost entirely legal correspondence; political correspondence of Bissner is presumably to be found in the file for 1917-1921. A few references to politics may be found in certain letters to political correspondents announcing the formation of the lawfirm, and on other occasions.

Note

FILES LACKING IN THIS COLLECTION
  1. Lissner Correspondence (political) prior to 1907. The scattered letters of this period (back to 1903) in the Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican League file are non-political in character, almost all relating to the Lissner Building or to personal matters. Are there files of political correspondence for this period?
  2. Lissner Correspondence for February-December 1909. The special folders in the Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican League Correspondence 1907-1909 contain letters of the following terminal dates: Dickson (Feb. 6, 1909), Heney (March 10, 1909), Rowell (Dec. 4, 1908), Weinstock (Feb. 17, 1908). This fact suggests that somewhere should be a file of Lissner correspondence for 1909, apparently after the Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican League had wound up its work. Unless Lissner went away during this period, one should not expect the Lissner files to be broken here.
  3. Lissner Correspondence for 1914. This, however, is probably all here contained within the Californi Outlook file, since Lissner took over the management apparently. I mention this as a lack merely for appearance sake since Lissner files run from 1910-1921 as such.
  4. Lissner Correspondence 1921-1930. This is the U. S. Shipping Board period (1921-1925) till death. Where is this correspondence? Surely he did not refrain from all correspondence, although in Washington and later inactive politically.
Of course, it cannot be said now, after so brief an examination, that every letter is present when the folders appear to be intact in their contents. When one considers the vagaries of filing clerks, the handing over of a letter to X for his perusal, and the requests for a return of certain documents to the writer, one can expect certain gaps. After an examination of the reference materials in the Lissner Papers, it became evident that a great many letters are to be found scattered through all the subject-indexed folders of these materials. This fact will have to be considered when indexing the letters.
It may also be observed that certain letters were reproduced for political purposes, or certain others were open letters, both kinds present at times in considerable numbers in various forms (printed, mimeographed letters; cards; pamphlets, leaflets). This type of literature was widely reproduced in newspapers. It may be assumed, therefore, that here, at least, is one connection between the Newspaper Clippings and the Lissner Correspondence, although this direct tie is less important than the relationship between the Correspondence and the Reference Materials.
The examiner does not presume to offer any suggestions in respect to the ultimate form of filing and indexing----except to express the pious hope that the intention be kept in mind to take this great opportunity which the ordering of the Lissner Papers presents to lay a firm foundation for a definitive system which shall hold good for all the other political materials yet to be collected. Already, in the Lissner Papers, is to be seen a direct connection with the Irish and work Papers (correspondence and speeches of these gentlemen) now in the Borel Collection. If further papers are added it is of paramount importance that the same methods of cataloguing be followed. To this end the examiner will make one suggestion after all: let a dictionary catalog be now begun of the persons and organizations (publications, associations, organized political groups) involved in the Lissner Correspondence, based for the time being simply upon the information in the papers. Each correspondent ought to be listed (after his signature or letterhead), with his official status. Each organization ought to be listed by full title and appropriate cross-references if necessary, its card bearing the principal officers and backers as listed on its stationary (the ones involved in correspondence could be marked with see-reference). Each publication should be indexedunder its name and location, its editor and publisher listed, togetherwith such other information as Ayer's Guide for the period might furnish which would be useful, and with such other employees as are involvedin the correspondence. This index would be the means of locating correspondence and identifying political figures. Political office-holders may also be so identifiedif indexed under their positions. The file should embrace all the materials in the Borel Collection which are related, and should be both brief and accurate, more detailed information being sought in the index to each group of papers or in the papers themselves. Fiat Index!
REFERENCE MATERIALS
The same sort of examination was made of these materials. Here, however, the examiner removed a considerable portion of their contents to the shelves. The materials removed were books and pamphlets, alphabetically filed on the shelves, and in nearly every case of removal a slip was put into the folder listing the pamphlet briefly by author and title. By such means a great deal of room was found, so that all the Lissner Reference materials now are contained in the two four-drawer cabinets. A good deal of cleaning was necessary. Much overlapping was eliminated, but very likely some other method of arrangement may be felt desirable. As stated above, there is considerable correspondence in these files. Likewise, there are many newspaper clippings. All three principal types of materials are thus interconnected. Many folders contain but one clipping, a card, or a photograph; others are exceedingly bulky. It is probalbe that these materials formed sortof morgue for the California Outlook. The pamphlets are arranged alphabetically by author (or title if no author), but should be catalogued with reference to Library of Congress entries or indentifications. It may be well also to check these pamphlets with the Stanford University Library and the Union Listof Serials.
In this connection, it may be remarked that if the Lissner Papers and their present and future neighbor papers are to be housed and used as a small reference library for specific purposes, that a file of the California Outlook ought to be placed in the room, along with the California Weekly and the Pacific Outlook. Copies of the California Blue Book for these years would also be very useful.
There are many articles cut, torn or clipped from papers and periodicals among these reference materials. They should be properly bound in folders. It would also be wiseto bind manuscript speeches.
NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS
Allen's Bureau furnished Lissner for many years with hundreds of clippings relating to him and various topics and persons in whom he was interested. These clippings are filedin folders arranged chronologically and now contained in four wood-and-fiber boxes and a fiber transfer case. There was no time to examine them beyond identifying the contents sufficiently for labeling.
Scores of newspaper clippings are contained in the Reference Materials and the Correspondence, both from Allen's and from personal snipping and tearing. The examiner will leave the problem of what to do about this to his successors.
One suggestion may be made: it would be wise (perhaps) to mount the clippings on sheets of regular paper (mimeograph paper would do). This would form a better-looking file, easier to handle, making possible the proper use and preservation of the clippings. At present they are bunched and even wadded together; irregular clippings are in constant danger of being torn or mangled. Long and wide clippings (or pages) stick out of folders only to be frayed and torn. The folders are hard to handle since they are designed for flat contents, but great wads of small narrow clippings in the bottom of each folder distort its shape, take up too much room in the drawer and make spilling too likely. Imagine filing sausages in correspondence folders! After mounting it would be farless easy to lose a small clipping in the shuffle, while the paper could be marked for filing under subject if necessary.
Clippings and tear-sheets from other sources than Allen's should also be trimmed and mounted. At present they are scattered through the Correspondence and Reference Materials.
Harry N.M. Winton
August 13, 1936

Additional Notes: Lissner Collection

Note

Johnson Letters:
Calender cards have been made for the Hiram Johnson correspondence in possession of the family of Meyer Lissner in Los Angeles. The cards are marked with a double red pencil line across the upper right hand corner, diagonally. If the letters are ever acquired, there will be no need to make new cards. A sample card with the red lines and explanation thereof appears at the first of each `year' of cards.

Note

Roosevelt Letters:
Copies of Roosevelt letters are found in Shelf B, Case III, though the cards are filed in the regular card index.
There are no rods in the last four cases of Lissner calendar cards and care should be taken in handling to prevent the cards from being spilled. Additionl 3 ¥ 5 files which are purchased should be, prefereably new, equipped with rods.

Note

NOTE!!
Use of index card files:
The Lissner correspondence is filed in manila folders according to the name appearing first on the card, unless otherwise stated. The cards are filed chronologically. - cards row in boxes 60-68 m chronological order.
Use of Lissner correspondence files:
Letters are filed chronologically under each name in the respective files. In using the Lissner files of letters for the period 1907-1909, it must be noted that carbon copies of letters included were signed by Charles W. Bell, Sidney A. Butler, William Justus Rice, Frank G. Henderson, members of the Lissner office staff, as well as Meyer Lissner. Care must be exercised to detect this as no certain identification mark is used. The following information may be of some help.
  • Sidney A. Butler was chairman of the Los Angeles County Central Committee of the Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican League
  • Frank G. Henderson was secretary of this Co. Central Committee of the League
  • Meyer Lissner was chairman of Executive Committee
  • Justus W. Rice was secretary of this Executive Committee
  • Charles W. Bell was assistant secretary of the state organization and is referred to in one letter by Lissner as secretary for Southern California
  • Meyer Lissner is mentioned by Dickson and Rowell as having been appointed chairman for Southern California
signed: Alice Rose

Collection Contents

 

Series 1. Correspondence Out, 1909-1923

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically overall and alphabetically within each date.

Scope and Content Note

The majority of this material is carbon copies, usually not signed and often not even initialed. Some of these were probably not by Lissner. According to Alice Rose it must be noted that carbon copies of letters included (1907-1909) were signed by Charles W. Bell, Sidney A. Butler, William Justus Rice, Frank G. Henderson and members of the Lissner office staff as well as Meyer Lissner. In some cases letters by Louis M. Lissner and Joseph L. Lewinsohn have been included where they are acting as agents of the law firm.
Box 1, Folder 1

1903-1904

Box 1, Folder 2

1905

Box 1, Folder 3

1906

Box 1, Folder 4

January-June 1907

Box 1, Folder 5

July-September 1907

Box 1, Folder 6

October 1-15 1907

Box 1, Folder 7

October 15-31 1907

Box 1, Folder 8

November 1907

Box 1, Folder 9

December 1907

Box 1, Folder 10

January 1908

Box 1, Folder 11

February 1908

Box 1, Folder 12

March 1908

Box 1, Folder 13

April 1-14 1908

Box 1, Folder 14

April 16-30 1908

Box 1, Folder 15

May 1908

Box 1, Folder 16

June 1908

Box 1, Folder 17

July 1908

Box 1, Folder 18

August-September 1908

Box 1, Folder 19

October-November 1908

Box 1, Folder 20

December 1908

Box 2, Folder 21

1909

Box 2, Folder 22

February-October 1910

Box 2, Folder 23

November 1-23 1910

Box 2, Folder 24

November 25-30 1910

Box 2, Folder 25

December 1-12 1910

Box 2, Folder 26

December 13-30 1910

Box 2, Folder 27

January 1-10 1911

Box 2, Folder 28

January 18-23 1911

Box 2, Folder 29

January 24-30 1911

Box 2, Folder 30

January 31 1911

Box 2, Folder 31

February 1-7 1911

Box 2, Folder 32

February 8-10 1911

Box 2, Folder 33

February 11-13 1911

Box 2, Folder 34

February 14-16 1911

Box 2, Folder 35

February 17-24 1911

Box 2, Folder 36

March 1-10 1911

Box 2, Folder 37

March 11-20 1911

Box 2, Folder 38

March 21-31 1911

Box 2, Folder 39

April 1911

Box 2, Folder 40

May 1911

Box 3, Folder 41

June 1-16 1911

Box 3, Folder 42

June 17-30 1911

Box 3, Folder 43

July 1911

Box 3, Folder 44

August-September 1911

Box 3, Folder 45

October 1911

Box 3, Folder 46

November 1-15 1911

Box 3, Folder 47

November 16-30 1911

Box 3, Folder 48

December 1-15 1911

Box 3, Folder 49

December 16-30 1911

Box 3, Folder 50

January 1-12 1912

Box 3, Folder 51

January 13-17 1912

Box 3, Folder 52

January 18-31 1912

Box 3, Folder 53

February 1-12 1912

Box 3, Folder 54

February 13-27 1912

Box 3, Folder 55

March 1-13 1912

Box 3, Folder 56

March 14-20 1912

Box 3, Folder 57

March 21-30 1912

Box 4, Folder 58

April 1-6 1912

Box 4, Folder 59

April 8-15 1912

Box 4, Folder 60

April 16-20 1912

Box 4, Folder 61

April 21-25 1912

Box 4, Folder 62

April 26-30 1912

Box 4, Folder 63

May 1-10 1912

Box 4, Folder 64

May 11-20 1912

Box 4, Folder 65

May 21-27 1912

Box 4, Folder 66

May 28-31 1912

Box 4, Folder 67

June 1-5 1912

Box 4, Folder 68

June 6-8 1912

Box 4, Folder 69

June 10-29 1912

Box 4, Folder 70

July 1-17 1912

Box 4, Folder 71

July 19-24 1912

Box 4, Folder 72

July 25-31 1912

Box 4, Folder 73

August 2-22 1912

Box 4, Folder 74

August 23-26 1912

Box 4, Folder 75

August 27-30 1912

Box 4, Folder 76

September 2-20 1912

Box 5, Folder 77

September 21-23 1912

Box 5, Folder 78

September 24-30 1912

Box 5, Folder 79

October 1-9 1912

Box 5, Folder 80

October 10-14 1912

Box 5, Folder 81

October 15-21 1912

Box 5, Folder 82

October 22-31 1912

Box 5, Folder 83

November 1-9 1912

Box 5, Folder 84

November 11-19 1912

Box 5, Folder 85

November 20-30 1912

Box 5, Folder 86

December 2-7 1912

Box 5, Folder 87

December 9-17 1912

Box 5, Folder 88

December 18-31 1912

Box 5, Folder 89

January 2-10 1913

Box 5, Folder 90

January 11-20 1913

Box 5, Folder 91

January 21-31 1913

Box 5, Folder 92

February 1-14 1913

Box 5, Folder 93

February 18-28 1913

Box 5, Folder 94

March 1-10 1913

Box 5, Folder 95

March 11-18 1913

Box 5, Folder 96

March 19-31 1913

Box 6, Folder 97

April 3-9 1913

Box 6, Folder 98

April 11-21 1913

Box 6, Folder 99

April 22-29 1913

Box 6, Folder 100

May 1913

Box 6, Folder 101

June 3-10 1913

Box 6, Folder 102

June 11-21 1913

Box 6, Folder 103

June 23-30 1913

Box 6, Folder 104

July-October 1913

Box 6, Folder 105

November 3-13 1913

Box 6, Folder 106

November 14-20 1913

Box 6, Folder 107

November 21-29 1913

Box 6, Folder 108

December 1-10 1913

Box 6, Folder 109

December 11-17 1913

Box 6, Folder 110

December 18-31 1913

Box 6, Folder 111

January-February 1914

Box 6, Folder 112

March-June 1914

Box 6, Folder 113

August-December 1914

Box 6, Folder 114

January 2-11 1915

Box 6, Folder 115

January 12-30 1915

Box 7, Folder 116

February 2-11 1915

Box 7, Folder 117

February 13-20 1915

Box 7, Folder 118

February 23-26 1915

Box 7, Folder 119

March 2-9 1915

Box 7, Folder 120

March 10-19 1915

Box 7, Folder 121

March 20-31 1915

Box 7, Folder 122

April 1-15 1915

Box 7, Folder 123

April 20-30 1915

Box 7, Folder 124

May 1-13 1915

Box 7, Folder 125

May 14-19 1915

Box 7, Folder 126

May 20-31 1915

Box 7, Folder 127

June 1-17 1915

Box 7, Folder 128

June 18-30 1915

Box 7, Folder 129

July 1-13 1915

Box 7, Folder 130

July 16-31 1915

Box 7, Folder 131

August 2-5 1915

Box 7, Folder 132

August 6-11 1915

Box 7, Folder 133

August 12-19 1915

Box 7, Folder 134

August 20-31 1915

Box 7, Folder 135

September 1-21 1915

Box 7, Folder 136

September 22-30 1915

Box 7, Folder 137

October 1-14 1915

Box 7, Folder 138

October 16-30 1915

Box 7, Folder 139

November 1-10 1915

Box 7, Folder 140

November 11-18 1915

Box 7, Folder 141

November 22-30 1915

Box 8, Folder 142

December 1915

Box 8, Folder 143

January 3-13 1916

Box 8, Folder 144

January 14-29 1916

Box 8, Folder 145

February 1-12 1916

Box 8, Folder 146

February 14-29 1916

Box 8, Folder 147

March 1916

Box 8, Folder 148

April 5-10 1916

Box 8, Folder 149

April 12-30 1916

Box 8, Folder 150

May 1-15 1916

Box 8, Folder 151

May 16-28 1916

Box 8, Folder 152

June 1916

Box 8, Folder 153

July 3-15 1916

Box 8, Folder 154

July 18-31 1916

Box 8, Folder 155

August 1-8 1916

Box 8, Folder 156

August 9-14 1916

Box 8, Folder 157

August 15-18 1916

Box 8, Folder 158

August 19-30 1916

Box 8, Folder 159

September 1-12 1916

Box 8, Folder 160

September 15-29 1916

Box 8, Folder 161

October 2-12 1916

Box 8, Folder 162

October 13-30 1916

Box 8, Folder 163

November 2-14 1916

Box 8, Folder 164

November 15-29 1916

Box 8, Folder 165

December 1-30 1916

Box 9, Folder 166

January 2-31 1917

Box 9, Folder 167

February 1-10 1917

Box 9, Folder 168

February 14-19 1917

Box 9, Folder 169

February 20-28 1917

Box 9, Folder 170

March 1-9 1917

Box 9, Folder 171

March 12-22 1917

Box 9, Folder 172

March 23-31 1917

Box 9, Folder 173

April 2-13 1917

Box 9, Folder 174

April 14-30 1917

Box 9, Folder 175

May 1-14 1917

Box 9, Folder 176

May 17-23 1917

Box 9, Folder 177

May 24-31 1917

Box 9, Folder 178

June 1-28 1917

Box 9, Folder 179

July 1917

Box 9, Folder 180

August 1917

Box 9, Folder 181

September 1917

Box 9, Folder 182

October 1917

Box 9, Folder 183

November 1917

Box 9, Folder 184

December 1917

Box 9, Folder 185

January 1918

Box 9, Folder 186

February-March 1918

Box 9, Folder 187

April 1918

Box 9, Folder 188

May 2-20 1918

Box 10, Folder 189

May 21-31 1918

Box 10, Folder 190

June 1-12 1918

Box 10, Folder 191

June 13-29 1918

Box 10, Folder 192

July 1-5 1918

Box 10, Folder 193

July 6-30 1918

Box 10, Folder 194

August 1918

Box 10, Folder 195

September 1918

Box 10, Folder 196

October 1918

Box 10, Folder 197

November 1-19 1918

Box 10, Folder 198

November 20-29 1918

Box 10, Folder 199

December 1918

Box 10, Folder 200

[1918]

Box 10, Folder 201

January-February 1919

Box 10, Folder 202

March 1919

Box 10, Folder 203

April 1919

Box 10, Folder 204

May 1-13 1919

Box 10, Folder 205

May 14-31 1919

Box 10, Folder 206

June-July 1919

Box 10, Folder 207

August 1919

Box 10, Folder 208

September 1919

Box 10, Folder 209

October 4-10 1919

Box 10, Folder 210

October 11-21 1919

Box 10, Folder 211

October 22 1919

Box 10, Folder 212

October 23-29 1919

Box 11, Folder 212

November 1-11 1919

Box 11, Folder 213

November 12-28 1919

Box 11, Folder 214

December 1-10 1919

Box 11, Folder 215

December 11-29 1919

Box 11, Folder 216

January 2-16 1920

Box 11, Folder 217

January 17-31 1920

Box 11, Folder 218

February 1-11 1920

Box 11, Folder 219

February 12-28 1920

Box 11, Folder 220

March 1-15 1920

Box 11, Folder 221

March 16-25 1920

Box 11, Folder 222

March 27-31 1920, April 1920

Box 11, Folder 223

May 1-15 1920

Box 11, Folder 224

May 17-31 1920

Box 11, Folder 225

June 1-30 1920

Box 11, Folder 226

July 1-19 1920

Box 11, Folder 227

July 20-31 1920

Box 11, Folder 228

August 2-9 1920

Box 11, Folder 229

August 10-16 1920

Box 11, Folder 230

August 17-31 1920

Box 11, Folder 231

September 1-15 1920

Box 11, Folder 232

September 16-30 1920

Box 12, Folder 233

October 1-13 1920

Box 12, Folder 234

October 14-30 1920

Box 12, Folder 235

November 1-10 1920

Box 12, Folder 236

November 11-18 1920

Box 12, Folder 237

November 20-30 1920

Box 12, Folder 238

December 1-10 1920

Box 12, Folder 239

December 13-31 1920

Box 12, Folder 240

January 3-31 1921

Box 12, Folder 241

January 14-31 1921

Box 12, Folder 242

February 1921

Box 12, Folder 243

March 1-14 1921

Box 12, Folder 244

March 15-30 1921

Box 12, Folder 245

April 1921

Box 12, Folder 246

May 2-10 1921

Box 12, Folder 247

May 11-31 1921

Box 12, Folder 248

June 1-9 1921

Box 12, Folder 249

June 10 1921

Box 12, Folder 250

June 11-28 1921

Box 12, Folder 251

July-September 1921 [1921], November-December 1922, January 1923

 

Series 2. Correspondence In, 1903-1923.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically overall and chronologically for each individual correspondent.

Scope and Content Note

This is a general correspondence file and includes many letters written to persons other than Lissner. There are corporate as well as individual entries in this file so when looking for correspondence by a person, one should also refer to the organization and/or companies with which he was connected. This may also be used in the opposite way, i.e. when interested in a particular organization to look under the names of the various organization officers as well. Government organizations on state and local levels in most cases may be found under the name of the state, county or city, then alphabetically by key word. For the Lincoln-Roosevelt League, Republican and Progressive party material etc., particularly on the county level, refer also to the location. Businesses, clubs etc. generally are found under their own names if in Los Angeles and under location names (first word of national organization) if not in Los Angeles: i.e. City Club of Los Angeles, but New York City Club; Municipal League of Los Angeles, but National Municipal League.
Box 12, Folder 252

Ab-Al

Box 12, Folder 253

Am-Ar

Box 12, Folder 254

As-Av

Box 12, Folder 255

Avery, Russ

Box 13, Folder 256

Bancroft, Philip #11910-April 1912

Box 13, Folder 257

Bancroft, Philip #2May-September 1912

Box 13, Folder 258

Bancroft, Philip #3October-December 1912

Box 13, Folder 259

Bancroft, Philip #41913, 1915, 1917

Box 13, Folder 260

Bab-Bard

Box 13, Folder 261

Barh-Bau

Box 13, Folder 262

Baumgartner, J.P.1910-1921

Box 13, Folder 263

Bea-Beh

Box 13, Folder 264

Beasly, W.A.--Sterritt Case1917-1921

Box 13, Folder 265

Beatty, J.A.1907-1912

Box 13, Folder 266

Bel

Box 13, Folder 267

Bem-Bev

Box 13, Folder 268

Bi-Bla

Box 13, Folder 269

Ble-Bly

Box 13, Folder 270

Bir-Bos

Box 13, Folder 271

Bou-Boy

Box 13, Folder 272

Bra-Bro

Box 13, Folder 273

Bru-Burd

Box 13, Folder 274

Burk-By

Box 14, Folder 275

Cab-Cau

Box 14, Folder 276

California A

Box 14, Folder 277

California B-F

Box 14, Folder 278

California H-I

Box 14, Folder 279

California #1 Industrial Accident Commission1913, 1916, 1917

Box 14, Folder 280

California #2 Industrial Accident Commission1918-1921

Scope and Content Note

Department of Safety 1917, 1919
Box 14, Folder 281

California L-T

Box 14, Folder 282

California Railroad Commission

Box 14, Folder 283

Camp, E.W.

Box 14, Folder 284

Carnahan, H.L.

Box 14, Folder 285

Ce-Chan

Box 14, Folder 286

Chamberlain, S.

Box 14, Folder 287

Chap-Chu

Box 14, Folder 288

Ci

Box 14, Folder 289

City Club of Los Angeles

Box 14, Folder 290

Cla-Clark

Box 14, Folder 291

Clarke-Clo

Box 14, Folder 292

Coo-Coc

Box 14, Folder 293

Cod-Col

Box 14, Folder 294

Colby, W.E.

Box 15, Folder 295

Com-Cool

Box 15, Folder 296

Commonwealth Club of San Francisco

Box 15, Folder 297

Coom-Cox

Box 15, Folder 298

Cra-Cri

Box 15, Folder 299

Cro-Cu

Box 15, Folder 300

Dag-Dau

Box 15, Folder 301

Davis A-N

Box 15, Folder 302

Davis, J.B.F. & Son

Box 15, Folder 303

Davis 0-Day

Box 15, Folder 304

De

Box 15, Folder 305

Detrick, C.R.

Box 15, Folder 306

Devlin, F.R.

Box 15, Folder 307

Di

Box 15, Folder 308

Dickson, E.A. #1 1907-1909

Box 15, Folder 309

Dickson, E.A. #2 1910-1913, 1916, 1917

Box 15, Folder 310

Dixon, J.M.

Box 15, Folder 311

Do-Dy

Box 15, Folder 312

Drew, A.M.

Box 15, Folder 313

Ea-Eg

Box 15, Folder 314

Earl, E.T.

Box 15, Folder 315

Edson, K.P.

Box 16, Folder 316

Ei-El

Box 16, Folder 317

Em-Ey

Box 16, Folder 318

Eshleman, J.M.

Box 16, Folder 319

Fa

Box 16, Folder 320

Fe

Box 16, Folder 321

Fels, J.

Box 16, Folder 322

Fi

Box 16, Folder 323

Fischer, W.H.

Box 16, Folder 324

Fl

Box 16, Folder 325

Fleishhacker, R.

Box 16, Folder 326

Fo-Franc

Box 16, Folder 327

Frank-Fras

Box 16, Folder 328

Fre-Fu

Box 16, Folder 329

French, W.J.

Box 16, Folder 330

Ga

Box 16, Folder 331

Ge-Gi

Box 16, Folder 332

Gl-Gra

Box 16, Folder 333

Good Government Organization and Fund

Box 16, Folder 334

Gre

Box 16, Folder 335

Gri-Gu

Box 17, Folder 336

Ha-Harr

Box 17, Folder 337

Hamilton, J.J.

Box 17, Folder 338

Hart-Hav

Box 17, Folder 339

Haw-Hec

Box 17, Folder 340

Haynes, J.R.

Box 17, Folder 341

Hays, W.H.

Box 17, Folder 342

Hef-Her

Box 17, Folder 343

Heney, F.J. #11907-1908

Box 17, Folder 344

Heney, F.J. #21909-1914

Box 17, Folder 345

Hew-Hi

Box 17, Folder 346

Hichborn, F.

Box 17, Folder 347

Hoa-Hom

Box 17, Folder 348

Hoo-Hou

Box 17, Folder 349

How

Box 17, Folder 350

Hub-Hum

Box 17, Folder 351

Hun

Box 17, Folder 352

Hur-Hut

Box 17, Folder 353

I

Box 17, Folder 354

Ickes, H. L.

Box 17, Folder 355

Ja

Box 18, Folder 356

Je

Box 18, Folder 357

Joe-Jones, G. W.

Box 18, Folder 358

Johnson, G. H.

Box 18, Folder 359

Johnson, H. #11910-June 1911

Box 18, Folder 360

Johnson, H. #2July-December 1911

Box 18, Folder 361

Johnson, H. #3January-April 1912

Box 18, Folder 362

Johnson, H. #4May-October 1912

Box 18, Folder 363

Johnson, H. #5November-December 1912

Box 18, Folder 364

Johnson, H. #6January-July 1913

Box 18, Folder 365

Johnson, H. #7November-December 1913

Box 18, Folder 366

Johnson, H. #8January 1914

Box 18, Folder 367

Johnson, H. #9February-June 1914

Box 18, Folder 368

Johnson, H. #10July-December 1914

Box 18, Folder 369

Johnson, H. #11January-May 1915

Box 18, Folder 370

Johnson, H. #12June-August 1915

Box 18, Folder 371

Johnson, H. #13September-December 1915

Box 18, Folder 372

Johnson, H. #14January-February 1916

Box 18, Folder 373

Johnson, H. #15March-August 1916

Box 19, Folder 374

Johnson, H. #16September-December 1916

Box 19, Folder 375

Johnson, H. #17January-February 1917

Box 19, Folder 376

Johnson, H. #18March-april 1917, 1918, July-September 1920

Box 19, Folder 377

Johnson, H. #19October 1920-February 1921

Box 19, Folder 378

Johnson, H. Jr.

Box 19, Folder 379

Johnson for Senator Club1916-1918, 1922

Box 19, Folder 380

Johnston, J.

Box 19, Folder 381

Johnstone, W.A.

Box 19, Folder 382

Jones, S.-Jor

Box 19, Folder 383

Jos-Ju

Box 19, Folder 384

Ka-Kei

Box 19, Folder 385

Kel-Kent

Box 19, Folder 386

Kent, W.

Box 19, Folder 387

Kenz-Ki

Box 19, Folder 388

Ke

Box 19, Folder 389

Kn-Ku

Box 19, Folder 390

La

Box 19, Folder 391

LaFollette

Box 19, Folder 392

Lea-Le

Box 19, Folder 393

Lel-Lez

Box 19, Folder 394

Lewinsohn, J.L. #11951-January 1919

Box 19, Folder 395

Lewinsohn, J.L. #2February 1919-1921

Box 19, Folder 396

Lic-Liv

Box 20, Folder 397

Lissner A-W

Box 20, Folder 398

Lissner, H.H.

Box 20, Folder 399

Loc-Low

Box 20, Folder 400

Los Angeles #1 A-C

Box 20, Folder 401

Los Angeles #2 D-I

Box 20, Folder 402

Los Angeles #3 L-Pol

Box 20, Folder 403

Los Angeles #4 Pow-Pu

Box 20, Folder 404

Los Angeles #5 R-Y

Box 20, Folder 405

Los Angeles County

Box 20, Folder 406

Lu-Ly

Box 20, Folder 407

Luce, E.A. #11907-1909

Box 20, Folder 408

Luce, E.A. #21910-May 1912

Box 20, Folder 409

Luce, E.A. #3June 1912-1915

Box 20, Folder 410

Luce, E.A. #41916-1921

Box 20, Folder 411

Lyons, D.B.

Box 20, Folder 412

Mc & Mac, McA-McC

Box 20, Folder 413

McCabe, A. #11910-June 1915

Box 20, Folder 414

McCabe, A. #2August 1915-1920

Box 20, Folder 415

McClatchy, C.K.

Box 20, Folder 416

McCormick, M.1912-1915, 1919

Box 20, Folder 417

Mc & Mac, McD-McI

Box 20, Folder 418

McK-McL

Box 21, Folder 419

Mc & Mac, McM-McV

Box 21, Folder 420

Mab-Man

Box 21, Folder 421

Madsen, M.C.

Box 21, Folder 422

Mar

Box 21, Folder 423

Mas-May

Box 21, Folder 424

Med-Mer

Box 21, Folder 425

Met-Mil

Box 21, Folder 426

Min-Moo

Box 21, Folder 427

Mor-Mos

Box 21, Folder 428

Mot-Mul

Box 21, Folder 429

Mun-My

Box 21, Folder 430

Municipal Conference of 1913

Box 21, Folder 431

Municipal League of Los Angeles

Box 21, Folder 432

Myers, L. W.

Box 21, Folder 433

Naf-Nat'l E.

Box 21, Folder 434

Nat'l G.-Nau

Box 21, Folder 435

National Municipal League

Box 21, Folder 436

Nea-New J.

Box 22, Folder 437

Nelles, F.C. #11911-1915

Box 22, Folder 438

Nelles, F.C. #21916-1920

Box 22, Folder 439

Newm-Ny

Box 22, Folder 440

Neylan, J.F. #11912-1915

Box 22, Folder 441

Neylan, J.F. #21916-1917

Box 22, Folder 442

Neylan, J.F. #31918-1920

Box 22, Folder 443

Ni-Non

Box 22, Folder 444

Noo-Ny

Box 22, Folder 445

Oa-Oh

Box 22, Folder 446

Oi-O'N

Box 22, Folder 447

Op-Os

Box 22, Folder 448

Ot-Oy

Box 22, Folder 449

Pa

Box 22, Folder 450

Pea-Per

Box 22, Folder 451

Perkins, G.W. #11911-1913

Box 22, Folder 452

Perkins, G.W. #21914-1915

Box 22, Folder 453

Perkins, G.W. #31916-1918

Box 22, Folder 454

Pet-Ph

Box 22, Folder 455

Pi-Pl

Box 22, Folder 456

Pinchot, G.

Box 23, Folder 457

Po

Box 23, Folder 458

Pope, A. U.

Box 23, Folder 459

Pr-Pu

Box 23, Folder 460

Ra-Rei

Box 23, Folder 461

Rem-Rey

Box 23, Folder 462

Rh-Rie

Box 23, Folder 463

Republican California Campaign #1September 30-October 11 1910

Box 23, Folder 464

Republican California Campaign #2October 12-21 1910

Box 23, Folder 465

Republican California Campaign #3October 22-31 1910

Box 23, Folder 466

Republican California Campaign #4November 1-6 1910

Box 23, Folder 467

Ril-Robe

Box 23, Folder 468

Robi-Roosevelt, T. Dr.

Box 23, Folder 469

Robinson, L.S. #11910-1911

Box 23, Folder 470

Robinson, L.S. #21912, 1913, 1917

Box 23, Folder 471

Roosevelt, T. #11910-1914

Box 23, Folder 472

Roosevelt, T. #21915-1919

Box 23, Folder 473

Roosevelt (Corp.)-Rot

Box 23, Folder 474

Row-Ry

Box 23, Folder 475

Rowan, R. R. and Co.

Box 24, Folder 476

Rowell, C.H. #11907-1911

Box 24, Folder 477

Rowell, C.H. #21912

Box 24, Folder 478

Rowell, C.H. #31913

Box 24, Folder 479

Rowell, C.H. #41914

Box 24, Folder 480

Rowell, C.H. #51915

Box 24, Folder 481

Rowell, C.H. #61916

Box 24, Folder 482

Rowell, C.H. #71917

Box 24, Folder 483

Rowell, C.H. #81918

Box 24, Folder 484

Rowell, C.H. #91919

Box 24, Folder 485

Rowell, C.H. #101920

Box 24, Folder 486

Rowell, C.H. #111921

Box 24, Folder 487

Sac-San J.

Box 24, Folder 488

San L.-Sav

Box 24, Folder 489

Sc

Box 24, Folder 490

Se

Box 24, Folder 491

Sha-Shi

Box 24, Folder 492

Sho-Shu

Box 24, Folder 493

Sib-Simo

Box 24, Folder 494

Simp-Sis

Box 24, Folder 495

Sl-Sn

Box 24, Folder 496

So

Box 25, Folder 497

Sp-Sta

Box 25, Folder 498

State Compensation Ins. Fund

Box 25, Folder 499

Ste

Box 25, Folder 500

Stephens, W.D. #11911-1916

Box 25, Folder 501

Stephens, W.D. #21917-1919

Box 25, Folder 502

Stetson, J.W.

Box 25, Folder 503

Sti-Sto

Box 25, Folder 504

Str-Sun

Box 25, Folder 505

Sur-Sy

Box 25, Folder 506

Ta

Box 25, Folder 507

Te-Thi

Box 25, Folder 508

Tho-Ti

Box 25, Folder 509

Title Insurance and Trust Co.

Box 25, Folder 510

To

Box 25, Folder 511

Tr-Ty

Box 25, Folder 512

U

Box 25, Folder 513

Uhl, Adolph

Box 25, Folder 514

Unknown (Unidentified and Fragments)

Box 25, Folder 515

U'Ren, M.T.

Box 25, Folder 516

V

Box 25, Folder 517

Wad-Was

Box 26, Folder 518

Wallace, A.J.

Box 26, Folder 519

Wat-Web

Box 26, Folder 520

Wei-Wer

Box 26, Folder 521

Weinstock, H.

Box 26, Folder 522

Wes-Wey

Box 26, Folder 523

Whe

Box 26, Folder 524

Whif-White

Box 26, Folder 525

White-Wile

Box 26, Folder 526

White, W.A.

Box 26, Folder 527

Wilk-Will, A.P.

Box 26, Folder 528

Willard, C.D. #1[1907-1911]

Box 26, Folder 529

Willard, C.D. #2[1912-1913]

Box 26, Folder 530

Willard, M.-Williams, W.E.

Box 26, Folder 531

Williams, W.R.-Wilt

Box 26, Folder 532

Win-Woodi

Box 26, Folder 533

Woodley, F.E.-Workin

Box 26, Folder 534

Woodruff, C.R. #11908-1911

Box 26, Folder 535

Woodruff, C.R. #2January-April 1912

Box 26, Folder 536

Woodruff, C.R. #3May-July 1912

Box 26, Folder 537

Woodruff, C.R. #4September 1912-1914

Box 26, Folder 538

Woodruff, C.R. #51915-1916

Box 27, Folder 539

Woodruff, C.R. #61917-1920

Box 27, Folder 540

Works, J.D.

Box 27, Folder 541

Works, L.R.-Wy

Box 27, Folder 542

Ya-Z

Box 27, Folder 543

Young, C.C. #11910-1912

Box 27, Folder 544

Young, C.C. #21913-1915

Box 27, Folder 545

Young, C.C. #31916-1920

 

Series 3. California Outlook, 1911-1914.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically, both incoming and outgoing correspondence together, and chronologically under each individual entry.

Scope and Content Note

The neadings used are generally the same as those of the 1936 arrangement and series B of the present arrangement. The outgoing correspondence is largely by will H. Fischer, but A.E. Norris, F.O. Thorn, Lissner, E.C. Rensberger etc. are also represented. The recipients of these letters and authors of the incoming correspondence are, with very few exceptions, represented in series B. There are also three folders of legal agreements, financial papers, reports and lists of advertisers, subscribers etc. following the correspondence.
Box 27, Folder 546

Ab-American City

Box 27, Folder 547

American Civic-Ande

Box 27, Folder 548

Andr-Ay

Box 27, Folder 549

Bak-Ban

Box 27, Folder 550

Bar-Be

Box 27, Folder 551

Bi-Bl

Box 27, Folder 552

Bo

Box 27, Folder 553

Br

Box 27, Folder 554

Bu-By

Box 27, Folder 555

C-Cal

Box 27, Folder 556

California State Institutions A-H

Box 27, Folder 557

California State Institutions I-U

Box 28, Folder 558

Cam-Ce

Box 28, Folder 559

Cha-Che

Box 28, Folder 560

Chi-Cl

Box 28, Folder 561

Cob-Coo

Box 28, Folder 562

Commonwealth Club

Box 28, Folder 563

Cor-Cu

Box 28, Folder 564

Da

Box 28, Folder 565

De

Box 28, Folder 566

Di-Do

Box 28, Folder 567

Dr-Ed

Box 28, Folder 568

Eg-Ew

Box 28, Folder 569

Fa-Fl

Box 28, Folder 570

Fo-Fu

Box 28, Folder 571

Ga-Gl

Box 28, Folder 572

Go-Gw

Box 28, Folder 573

Graupner, A.E.

Box 28, Folder 574

Ha

Box 28, Folder 575

He-Hi

Box 28, Folder 576

Ho

Box 28, Folder 577

Hu-I

Box 29, Folder 578

J

Box 29, Folder 579

K

Box 29, Folder 580

La

Box 29, Folder 581

Le-Lissner

Box 29, Folder 582

Lit-Los Angeles (city)

Box 29, Folder 583

Los Angeles (county)-Ly

Box 29, Folder 584

Mc and Mac

Box 29, Folder 585

Ma

Box 29, Folder 586

Me-Mi

Box 29, Folder 587

Mof-Mos

Box 29, Folder 588

Mot-Nat'l M.

Box 29, Folder 589

Nat'l R.

Box 29, Folder 590

Oa-Old

Box 29, Folder 591

Oli-Ow

Box 29, Folder 592

Pac-Panama

Box 29, Folder 593

Pan American-Pay

Box 29, Folder 594

Pe-Ph

Box 29, Folder 595

Pi-Po

Box 29, Folder 596

Pr-Pu

Box 29, Folder 597

Progressive Party Organization (county, state, national)

Box 29, Folder 598

Ra-Re

Box 30, Folder 599

Ri

Box 30, Folder 600

Rob-Rol

Box 30, Folder 601

Roo-Ry

Box 30, Folder 602

Rowell, C.H.

Box 30, Folder 603

Sa

Box 30, Folder 604

Sc-Se

Box 30, Folder 605

Sh-Sj

Box 30, Folder 606

Sl-Sp

Box 30, Folder 607

Sr-Ste

Box 30, Folder 608

Sti-Str

Box 30, Folder 609

Su-Sw

Box 30, Folder 610

Ta-Tho

Box 30, Folder 611

Thu-Ty

Box 30, Folder 612

U

Box 30, Folder 613

V

Box 30, Folder 614

Wa

Box 30, Folder 615

We

Box 30, Folder 616

Wh

Box 30, Folder 617

Wi

Box 30, Folder 618

Wo-Wy

Box 30, Folder 619

Y-Z

Box 31, Folder 620

Original Subscriptions

Box 31, Folder 621

California Outlook Company. Advertisers, quarterly financial report, subscription agreements, lists of subscribers

Box 31, Folder 622

California Outlook Fund Cash Book

 

Series 4. Johnson for President 1920.

Scope and Content Note

The correspondence is arranged in the same manner as series 3 with special headings for newspaper advertising, New York Headquarters and San Francisco Headquarters. Outgoing correspondence generally originates from the Los Angeles Headquarters. Following the correspondence are lists of clubs, committees, supporters and contributors, circular letters, publicity material pro and con and a few financial papers.
Box 31, Folder 623

A

Box 31, Folder 624

Ba-Bi

Box 31, Folder 625

Bl-Bu

Box 31, Folder 626

Ca-Ce

Box 31, Folder 627

Carnahan, H.L.

Box 31, Folder 628

Ch-Cl

Box 31, Folder 629

Co-Cu

Box 31, Folder 630

Cochran, G.I.

Box 31, Folder 631

D

Box 31, Folder 632

E

Box 31, Folder 633

Fa-Fl

Box 31, Folder 634

Fo-Fr

Box 31, Folder 635

G

Box 31, Folder 636

Ha-He

Box 31, Folder 637

Hi-Hu

Box 31, Folder 638

Hoover, H.--Campaign Correspondence

Box 31, Folder 639

I-J

Box 31, Folder 640

K-La

Box 32, Folder 641

Le-Ly

Box 32, Folder 642

Mc-Mac

Box 32, Folder 643

McClatchy, C.K.

Box 32, Folder 644

Ma-Mon

Box 32, Folder 645

Moo-My

Box 32, Folder 646

N

Box 32, Folder 647

Newspaper Advertising A-Lon

Box 32, Folder 648

Newspaper Advertising Los-Z

Box 32, Folder 649

New York Headquarters

Box 32, Folder 650

O-P

Box 32, Folder 651

R

Box 32, Folder 652

Rowell, C.H.

Box 32, Folder 653

Sa-Sh

Box 32, Folder 654

San Diego Club

Box 32, Folder 655

San Francisco Headquarters

Box 32, Folder 656

Si-Sw

Box 32, Folder 657

T-V

Box 32, Folder 658

Wa-Wi

Box 32, Folder 659

Wo-Z

Box 32, Folder 660

Club and Committee Lists

Box 33, Folder 661

Club and Committee Lists

Box 33, Folder 662

Registered Supporters Lists

Box 33, Folder 663

Registered Supporters Lists Contributors

Box 33, Folder 664

Circular Letters (pro Jonnson)

Box 33, Folder 665

Publicity (pro Johnson)

Box 33, Folder 666

Publicity (pro opposition)

Box 33, Folder 667

Financial

 

Series 5. Miscellaneous

Scope and Content Note

The six folders contain a few clippings, printed calling cards and invitations, formal appointments, membership cards, personal notes, a few legal and financial items etc. filed according to form.
Box 33, Folder 668

Miscellaneous Clippings

Box 33, Folder 669

Memberships and Calling Cards

Box 33, Folder 670

Personal Notes

Box 33, Folder 671

Lissner Appointments

Box 33, Folder 672

Pamphlets and Lists

Box 34, Folder 673

Legal, Financial, Personal Papers

Flat Box 70, Folder 4

Tarbell, Ida. Announcement of series of articles, 1914

 

Series 6. Printed Reference Material

Scope and Content Note

This series consists primarily of newspaper clippings, some news releases, manuscript speeches, form letters and a few legal documents filed alphabetically by subject. Duplicate materials, pamphlets and photographs were removed. The general arrangement remains unchanged. This material is thought to have formed a newspaper morgue for the California Outlook.
Box 34, Folder 674

Adams-Americanization

Box 34, Folder 675

Anderson-Avery

Box 34, Folder 676

Banking-Berkeley

Box 34, Folder 677

Better American Federation of California-Beveridge

Box 34, Folder 678

Birth Control-Brandeis

Box 34, Folder 679

Breed-Bryan

Box 34, Folder 680

Bryant-California Delegation to Republican National Convention

Box 34, Folder 681

California Division of State-Legislation Proposed

Box 35, Folder 682

California Maps-Charter Revision

Box 35, Folder 683

Charters of Cities-City Home Rule

Box 35, Folder 684

City Manager Plan

Box 35, Folder 685

Civic Betterment-Civil Service Problems

Box 35, Folder 686

Cogswell-Commission Plan

Box 36, Folder 687

Commissions-Constitution and State

Box 36, Folder 688

Constitution (U.S.)-Dickson

Box 36, Folder 689

Direct Legislation-Earl

Box 36, Folder 690

Edson-Election Laws

Box 36, Folder 691

Efficiency and Economy

Box 36, Folder 692

Efficiency and Economy

Box 36, Folder 693

Election Laws Nominating Petitions

Box 36, Folder 694

Election Laws Sample Ballots

Box 37, Folder 695

Election Laws Convention System, Referential Voting

Box 37, Folder 696

Election Laws Second Class Voting, Presidential Primary

Box 37, Folder 697

Election Laws Primary Election, Direct Primary

Box 37, Folder 698

Election Laws Direct Primary Laws, Regulation of Public Utilities, Sample Ballot, Short Ballot

Box 37, Folder 699

Election Laws Statistics, U.S. Senators, Voting Compulsary, Voting Machines, Ward System

Box 37, Folder 700

Eshleman-European War

Box 37, Folder 701

Fe-Fo

Box 37, Folder 702

Francis-Frank

Box 37, Folder 703

Fredericks

Box 37, Folder 704

Free-Gibson

Box 37, Folder 705

Gillett-Greenhood

Box 38, Folder 706

Good Government Reports

Box 38, Folder 707

Hamilton-Hays

Box 38, Folder 708

Hearst-Heney

Box 38, Folder 709

Hetch-Hughes

Box 38, Folder 710

Immigration-Indiana

Box 38, Folder 711

Insurance-Johnson, G.

Box 39, Folder 712

Johnson, H.

Box 39, Folder 713

Johnson, H.

Box 39, Folder 714

Johnson, H.

Box 39, Folder 715

Jordan-Knowland

Box 39, Folder 716

Labor-LaBrea

Box 40, Folder 717

LaFollette

Box 40, Folder 718

League of Nations

Box 40, Folder 719

League fro Preservation of American Independence-Lindsey

Box 40, Folder 720

Lincoln-Roosevelt League

Scope and Content Note

Includes: Documents of Records of State Emigration, Documents and Records of L.A. County Organization, News Clippings, Campaign Literature -- Forms
Box 40, Folder 721

Lissner Speeches

Box 40, Folder 722

Lissner Speeches

Box 40, Folder 723

Lissner Documents, Clippings, Articles

Box 41, Folder 724

Lloyd George-Lodge

Box 41, Folder 725

Los Angeles Aquaduct

Box 41, Folder 726

Los Angeles Bar Association-Charter Amendment

Box 41, Folder 727

Los Angeles Charter Amendment and Conference

Box 41, Folder 728

Los Angeles Charter Information

Box 41, Folder 729

Los Angeles Charter Committees

Box 41, Folder 730

Los Angeles Charter Reform-City [Arnold] Plan

Box 42, Folder 731

Los Angeles City [Robinson] Plan-City Planning

Box 42, Folder 732

Los Angeles City Statistics-Consolidation

Box 42, Folder 733

Los Angeles Efficiency Bureau-Franchises

Box 42, Folder 734

Los Angeles Freeholders Board of

Box 42, Folder 735

Los Angeles Freeholders Board of

Box 42, Folder 736

Los Angeles Fire Departments-Harbor

Box 42, Folder 737

Los Angeles Liquor Ordinance-Maps

Box 43, Folder 738

Los Angeles Mercantile Place-Municipal Newspaper Ordinance

Box 43, Folder 739

Los Angeles Parcel Post-Public Library

Box 43, Folder 740

Los Angeles Schools-Union Depot

Box 43, Folder 741

Los Angeles County Civil Service Board-Superior Court

Box 43, Folder 742

Lowden-Moore

Box 43, Folder 743

McNamara Case

Box 43, Folder 744

Mothers' Pension-Mulholland

Box 44, Folder 745

Municipal Conference

Box 44, Folder 746

Municipal Conference

Box 44, Folder 747

Municipal Research-Neylen/Stephen Controversy

Box 44, Folder 748

Non Partisan Bill-Non Partisan Legislature

Box 44, Folder 749

Non Partisanship

Box 44, Folder 750

Norton-Otis

Box 44, Folder 751

Panama Canal

Box 45, Folder 752

Pasadena-Pinchot

Box 45, Folder 753

Platform

Box 45, Folder 754

Platform-Political Boss

Box 45, Folder 755

Political Campaigns Republican Convention of 1908-Recall of 1909

Box 45, Folder 756

Political Campaigns Municipal of 1911-Republican of 1912

Box 45, Folder 757

Political Campaigns Non Partisan Campaign of 1915

Box 45, Folder 758

Political Campaigns Non Partisan Campaign of 1915

Box 46, Folder 759

Political Campaigns Presidential Primary of 1912

Box 46, Folder 760

Political Campaigns Presidential Primary of 1912

Box 46, Folder 761

Political Campaigns Court Contest of 1912-Municipal Election of 1915

Box 46, Folder 762

Political Campaigns Presidential Campaign of 1916-Presidential Primary of 1920

Box 46, Folder 763

Political Campaigns Republican Election of 1920-Primary of 1922

Box 46, Folder 764

Poll Tax-Progressive Party

Box 46, Folder 765

Progressive Party (National)-Progressive and Republican Compromise of 1916

Box 47, Folder 766

Progressive Republican League of California-Prohibition

Box 47, Folder 767

Proportional Representation

Box 47, Folder 768

Proportional Representation

Box 47, Folder 769

Public Ownership-Reappointment

Box 47, Folder 770

Recall of Judiciary-Republican State Central Committee

Box 47, Folder 771

Richardson-Rominger

Box 47, Folder 772

Roosevelt

Box 47, Folder 773

Roosevelt

Box 48, Folder 774

Roosevelt

Box 48, Folder 775

Roosevelt-Roosevelt Memorial

Box 48, Folder 776

Root-Rural Credits

Box 48, Folder 777

San Diego-San Francisco Waterfront

Box 48, Folder 778

San Pedro Harbor-Sierra Club

Box 48, Folder 779

Single Tax

Box 49, Folder 780

Sloane-Spalding

Box 49, Folder 781

Spellacy-Statute Law

Box 49, Folder 782

Stephens-Survey Associates

Box 49, Folder 783

Taft-Tariff Commission

Box 49, Folder 784

Taxation-Torrens Land Act

Box 49, Folder 785

Tree Planting

Box 49, Folder 786

Trusts and Monopolies-U.S. Shipping Board

Box 49, Folder 787

U.S. Shipping Board

Box 50, Folder 788

Underwood-Usury Bill

Box 50, Folder 789

Vaccination-Watt

Box 50, Folder 790

Weinstock-Wilson

Box 50, Folder 791

Wilson

Box 50, Folder 792

Woman Suffrage

Box 50, Folder 793

Woodley-Works

Box 50, Folder 794

YMCA-Young

 

Series 7. Lissner Clippings, 1907-1916.

Scope and Content Note

These mounted clippings are arranged chronologically and relate to Lissner and various topics and persons in whom he was interested. Some of these he collected, but most were supplied by Allen's Bureau.
Box 50, Folder 795

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, January 4 1907-March 5 1909

Box 51, Folder 796

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, March 20-June 30 1909

Box 51, Folder 797

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, July 22 1909-February 22 1910

Box 51, Folder 798

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, March 5-April 22 1910

Box 51, Folder 799

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, May 1-31 1910

Box 51, Folder 800

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, June 1-30 1910

Box 51, Folder 801

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, July 1-31 1910

Box 52, Folder 802

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, August 1-31 1910

Box 52, Folder 803

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, September 1910

Box 52, Folder 804

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, September 1910

Box 52, Folder 805

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, September 7-October 6 1910

Box 52, Folder 806

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, October 7-October 14 1910

Box 52, Folder 807

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, October 14-15 1910

Box 53, Folder 808

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, October 15-20 1910

Box 53, Folder 809

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, October 21-25 1910

Box 53, Folder 810

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, October 25-29 1910

Box 53, Folder 811

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, October 29-November 5 1910

Box 53, Folder 812

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, November 5-11 1910

Box 53, Folder 813

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, November 13-17 1910

Box 53, Folder 814

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, November 17-18 1910

Box 54, Folder 815

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, November 18-20 1910

Box 54, Folder 816

Clippings re: Meyer Lissner, November 21 1910-February 14 1916

 

Series 8. Pamphlets

Scope and Content Note

This series includes all the pamphlets removed from series F except national, state and local government publications which were sent to the Government Documents Division of the Library. The remaining material is filed alphabetcially by subject, either person, organization or topic.
Box 54, Folder 817

Alexander, G.

Box 54, Folder 818

Blue Sky Laws

Box 54, Folder 819

Bohnett, L.D.

Box 54, Folder 820

Booth, W.H.

Box 54, Folder 821

California Politics

Box 54, Folder 822

California Vote

Box 54, Folder 823

Committee of 48

Box 54, Folder 824

Coolidge, C.

Box 54, Folder 825

City Consolidation

Box 54, Folder 826

Day Book

Box 54, Folder 827

Democratic Party

Box 54, Folder 828

Direct Primary

Box 55, Folder 829

Direct Primary

Box 55, Folder 830

Eight Hour Law

Box 55, Folder 831

Election Laws

Box 55, Folder 832

Employers' Liability

Box 55, Folder 833

Flowers, Montaville

Box 55, Folder 834

Fredericks, J.D.

Box 55, Folder 835

Good Government Organization

Box 55, Folder 836

Hamilton, J.J.

Box 55, Folder 837

Harding, W.C.

Box 55, Folder 838

Heney, F.J.

Box 55, Folder 839

Hetch Hetchy

Box 55, Folder 840

Hoover, H.

Box 55, Folder 841

Hughes, U.

Box 55, Folder 842

Hutton, F.S.

Box 55, Folder 843

Initiative Measure

Box 55, Folder 844

Japanese

Box 55, Folder 845

Johnson, H.

Box 56, Folder 846

Kent, W.

Box 56, Folder 847

Labor

Box 56, Folder 848

LaFollette, R.

Box 56, Folder 849

(The) Landslide

Box 56, Folder 850

Lawler, O.

Box 56, Folder 851

League Bulletin

Box 56, Folder 852

League of Nations

Box 56, Folder 853

Lincoln Roosevelt League

Box 56, Folder 854

Lissner, M.

Box 56, Folder 855

Lummis, C.

Box 56, Folder 856

MacKrille, W.

Box 56, Folder 857

McKinley, W.

Box 56, Folder 858

Mooney Case

Box 56, Folder 859

Morrison, W.

Box 56, Folder 860

Municipal Conference

Box 56, Folder 861

Municipal League

Box 56, Folder 862

Mushet, W.

Box 56, Folder 863

National Party

Box 56, Folder 864

Otis, R.G.

Box 56, Folder 865

Pardee, G.

Box 56, Folder 866

Pridham, W.

Box 56, Folder 867

Primary Election

Box 56, Folder 868

Prohibition

Box 56, Folder 869

Progressive Party

Box 57, Folder 870

Progressive Party

Box 57, Folder 871

Proportional Representation

Box 57, Folder 872

Proportional Representation

Box 57, Folder 873

Recall Election

Box 57, Folder 874

Randall, C.R.

Box 57, Folder 875

Republican Party

Box 57, Folder 876

Republican Party

Box 57, Folder 877

Rose, H.H.

Box 58, Folder 878

Roosevelt, T.

Box 58, Folder 879

Rowell, C.R.

Box 58, Folder 880

San Francisco

Box 58, Folder 881

Short Ballot

Box 58, Folder 882

Shortridge, S.

Box 58, Folder 883

Single Tax

Box 58, Folder 884

Single Tax

Box 58, Folder 885

Snyder, M.P.

Box 58, Folder 886

Socialism-Socialist Party

Box 58, Folder 887

Stanton, P.A.

Box 58, Folder 888

State Government

Box 59, Folder 889

State Non Partisan Bill

Box 59, Folder 890

Stephens, W.D.

Box 59, Folder 891

Taft, W.H.

Box 59, Folder 892

Unemployment Insurance

Box 59, Folder 893

Venereal Disease

Box 59, Folder 894

Wallace, A.J.

Box 59, Folder 895

Warner, A.D.

Box 59, Folder 896

Whiffen, F.J.

Box 59, Folder 897

Wilbur, C.D.

Box 59, Folder 898

Willard, C.

Box 59, Folder 899

Wilson, W.

Box 59, Folder 900

Woman Suffrage

Box 59, Folder 901

Young, C.C.

 

Series 9. Photographs

 

Subseries 1. General

Box 69, Folder 1

Brundige

Box 69, Folder 2

Crosby1910 Sept. 14

Box 69, Folder 3

East Lake Boathouse

Box 69, Folder 4

Johnson, Hiram

Box 69, Folder 5

Keith, William L.

Box 69, Folder 6

Lissner, Meyer

Box 69, Folder 7

Mulholland

Box 69, Folder 8

Perkins

Box 69, Folder 9

Polling places

Box 69, Folder 10

Riddle, Julia, Dr.

Box 69, Folder 11

San Francisco Water Front

 

Subseries 2. Progressive Party

Box 69, Folder 12

Darlington

Box 69, Folder 13

Fleishhacker

Box 69, Folder 14

Johnson, Hiram. Campaign photographs

Box 69, Folder 15

Kent

Box 69, Folder 16

La Follette

Box 69, Folder 17

Lane

Box 69, Folder 18

Lissner, Meyer

Box 69, Folder 19

Military Committee. U.S. Senate Military Affairs Committee

Box 69, Folder 20

Mt. Whitney

Box 69, Folder 21

Presidential Campaign1912

Box 69, Folder 22

Rowell, F.

Box 69, Folder 23

Stephens, William D.

Box 69, Folder 24

White, W.A.

Box 69, Folder 25

Wilson, Woodrow

Box 69, Folder 26

Young, C.C.

Flat Box 70, Folder 1

Hughes, Charles F.

Flat Box 70, Folder 2

Owens River Campaign Committee

Flat Box 70, Folder 3

California Delegates; or Progressive Convention1912

 

Series 10. Progressive Party materials

 

Rosters of Chester Rowell, and the State Progressive Party,1913-1914

Volume 1

Republican Convention1912

Scope and Content Note

Book 1 Scrapbook of Clippings
Volume 2

Republican Convention Progressive Party1912

Scope and Content Note

Book 2 Scrapbook of Clippings
 

Series 11. File Cards

Arrangement

arranged chronologically; refer to correspondence from 1911-[UNK]
Box 60

Letters, 1911

Box 61

Letters, 1911 -

Box 62

Letters from [UNK], 1890-1892 also 1893, [UNK]

Box 63

Letters to [UNK] [UNK] [UNK], [UNK] - March 16, 1887Subseries [UNK] from [UNK]

Scope and Content Note

1885- march, 1887
Box 64

Letters From [UNK][UNK] 1885- March 11, 1887

Box 64

Letters from [UNK] [UNK]

Box 65

Letters[UNK]

Box 66

Letters[UNK]

Box 67

Letters,1913-1915

Box 68

Letters,[UNK]

Correspondents listed Alphabetically

 

AB - AL

 

Abbott, James W. - L.A. mining engr. 1915City Club politics

 

Abrams, Hatty H. - S.F. jewelry rep. 1908, 11City Club politics

 

Abrahamson, Hugo - L.A. 1911real est.

 

Academy of Political Science - N.Y. 1912s. Henry Raymond Mussey Sec.

 

Addams, Franklin P. - S.F. Mar. 9,?a New Yorker pers.

 

Adams, J. Q. - N.Y. 1908asst. sec. Ant Commission of The City of New York - re: City Club

 

Adams, James H. - L.A. 1911public util, etc.

 

Adams, Sane - Chicago 1914Hall House to Rowell re Heney typed copy not signed

 

Adler, Dr. & Bertha - S.F. 1921congrats Shipping Bd. apptmt

 

Advertising Club of L.A. 1915s. J.F. Wadley, sec, s. Clifford A. Williams (Member's Tick)

 

Aeronautical Society of Calif, L. A. s. A. H. Rose, sec., Earle Remington;? Water

 

Aetna Life Ins. Co. - Hartford, Conn. 1907s. Morgan G. Bulkeley, pres. loan

 

Alameda Co-Clerk - Oakland 1912John P. Cook, clk., s A.E. Johnstone, chf dep. clk

 

Alaska Pacific Steamship Co. L.A. 1910s. E.J. Edwards, genl agt - H.F. Alexander, pr

 

Aldao, Campos & Del Valle - Buenos Aires, Argentina 1920Wall Sf. N.Y. office

 

Alderson, Harry E. - S.F. M.D. 1916re: Commonwealth Club & pers.

 

Alexander, George - L.A. 1911mayer.

 

Alexander, H.F. - Tacoma, Wn. 1921tel. pres. Alaska Pacific S.S.Co. pers.

Physical Description: (1)
 

Alexander, J. - Saeramente Nov. 9, 10,?tel.

 

Alexander, J. L. B. - Phoenix, Asiz. 1912tel

 

Alexander, Jewel - S.F. Lawyer 1919pers.

Physical Description: (1)
 

Alexandria, Hotel - L.A. 1912, 13,?s. U.F. Newlin, rm clk; s. Joseph Reichl, asst mgr

 

Allen, Carroll L.A. Lawyer 1915, 17bus. polit?

 

Allen, Crombie - Ontame Cal. ed. The Daily Record - Calif. Assb. 1912, 17

 

Allen, Edward O. - S.F. 1916, 18,?19

 

Allen, Robert S. Para. 1918

 

Allen, W.S. L.A. 1912

 

Allen, William H. - N.Y. 1907, 11, 12 Bureau of Municipal Research Sec. & dit.

 

Allison, Ralph T. - Chicago 1919pers. indus examno Illinois State Indus. Cmmn.

 

Altland Fruit Co. - L.A. 1907bus.

 

AM - AR

 

Amador Co. Republican Central Com. - Sutter Creek ,1912 C.E. Richards sec.

 

American Academy of Political and Social Science - Philadelphia 1911s. N. J. Smith - Fisher s. Carl Kelsey, sec., s. L.S. Rowe, pres.

 

American Assoc. For Labor Legislation - N.Y. 1912, 15, 16, 17s. John B. Andrews, sec., Irving Fisker, pres.

 

American City - N.Y. 1911Arthur H. Grant, pres. & ed., American City Publishing Co

 

American City Bureau - N.Y. 1914s. Ralph G. Stoddarel see., dept. of exhibits

 

American Civic Assoc. Washington, D.C. 1911, 16, 18s. * Richard B. Watrous, sec.

 

American Defense Soc., Inc. N.Y. 1915s. J.F. Hubbard, charmn com. on org.

 

American Express Co. Paris 1913

 

American Guaranty and Trust Co. - Wilmington, Del. 1921s. J.M. Frere, pres.

 

American Jewish Relief Com. - L.A. 1920s. * W.L. Newton, campaign dit.

 

American Independence League - L.A. 1919s. * Frank S. Hutton

 

American Institute of Current History - Berkeley 1915

 

American Magazine - N.Y. 1912s.?

 

American Ribbon - Carbon Co - L.A. 1917s. W. E. Sibertsen per M.E. Graham pres.

 

American Steamship & Custom House Brokers, Inc. - L.A. 1916s. Charles S. Brown, pres.

 

American Window Cleaning Co. - L.A. 1917s. L. Joseph, mgr.

 

Amerige, E.R. - Fullerton, Cal. 1912res. agt Girard Fire & Marine Ins. Co.

 

Anderson, George B. - Sacramento, 1909, 11, 12 - Direct Legis League, Peoples Legis B, sec. L.A. Good Govt. Org., Progressive Publicity Bureau

 

Anderson, James A. - L.A. lawyer 1910, 1911, 13, 15, 18

 

Anderson, John N - Calif. Senator Santa Ana 1915, 16 Norwalk State Hospital Bd.

 

Andreani, F.M. - Wn., DC 1919, 1920

 

Angeles Mesa Land Co L.A. 1916s. Fred W. Forrester, sec. & gen. mgr.

 

Angellotti, F.M. - chief justice Supr. Ct. Calif. S.F. 1918

Physical Description: copy not signed
 

Annis, Sylvia M. - S.F. 1908

 

Arbitration, Lake Mohonk (N.Y.) Conf. on Internat'l - Mohonk Lake, N.Y. 1911 H.C. Phillip see.

 

Arlett, Arthur - S.F. building construction 1912, 13, 15, 16, 17, Panama - Pal. Internat'l Expos. Cmmn.

 

Arlett, Catherine M. - S.F. 1918Mrs. Arthur

 

Armer, Evelyn D. - S.F. 1911

 

Armstrong, Abel - L.A. 1912

 

Armstrong, E.H. - Grass Valley, Cal. 1911princ. C V. Bus College

 

Arndt, M.S. - Stockton 1912tel? same as below or father of

 

Arndt, Stanley M. - Stockton lawyer 1921

 

Arney, C.E. - Spokane, Wash. 1912western immigr. & indus agt. Northern Pal. Ry. Co

 

Arnold, Bion J. - L.A. 1911offices in Chicago & N.Y.

 

Arnold, G.S. - S.F. 1911tel.

 

Aronson, S. - L.A. 1916vp Aronson - Gale Co

 

Aronson-Gale Co L.A. 1916s. Geo. Newbergh

 

Arper George W. - Oakland 1911

 

Arroyo Seco Chamber of Commerce - L.A. 1911s. H.M. Chapman, pres.

 

AS - AV

 

Associated Advertising Clubs of the World. N.Y. 1917s. Lewellyn B. Pratt Nat'l Program Com.

 

Associated Charities - L.A. 1906s. T.J. Stuart, see.

 

Associated Charities L.A. 1911st Spencer K. Sewell, see.

 

Associated Oil Company - S.F. 1920s. F.B. Henderson chairman finance com.

 

Association for Betterment of Public Service - L.A. 1919s. A.C. Denman, Jr. asst. to

 

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Ry Co. (Coast Luices). L.A. 1907, 11, 12, 15, 18s. W.H. Brewer gen. mgr st. John S. Bytne L.A. asst. Poss. Traffic mgr. M.W. Reed, asst. atty

 

Auditorium Hotel - Chicago, Ill. 1912s. J.J. Calvey asst. mgr. F.B. Tyson comptroller

 

Augastine, S.M. - San Rafael, Cal. 1912

 

Austin, Lloyo B. - Pasadena 1912, 13prep. Camp Losadena at Switzer's Falls & see L.A. Y.M.C.A.

 

Automobile Acceptance Corp. - L.A. 1921s. Eugene F. Kline v.p. s. M. Pickarts mgr. inter-U.S. exch

 

Automobile Club of So Calif. - L.A. 1911, 12, 17 &st. S.C. Geary, sec.; Guy Van Alstyne Ralph Reynolds, mgr. ius. dept.

 

Avery, Robert C. - Redlands, Cal. 1908

 

Avey, John L. - Redlands physician 1910, 11, 12, 13Calif. Senate Calif. Assb.

 

Avey, W. A. - Riverside, Cal. 1912, 15pres. Roosevelt Repub. Club of Riverside Co.

 

Avery, Russ - L.A. 1908, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17 Repub. Cent. Com. of L.A. Co. chairman, lawyer

 

Alexander, F. B. - Wn. D.C. 1913see. to u.s. Rep. Wm. Kent

 

American Assoc. for Internat'l Conciliation - N.Y. 1911, 13s. Frederick P. Keppel, sec.

 

American Red Cross - Seattle, Wn 1918s. E.J. Saunders, com. on personnel

Physical Description: (1)
 

Annals - Philadelphia 1912mag. of Am. Acad. of Polit. & Soc. Science s. Clyde S. King assoc. editor

 

Anonymous - L.A. 1911re: Women's sufferage s. Veritas Vincit

 

Bacley, H. K. - L.A. 1920sec. to Dan Murphy

 

Babcock, Kendric C. - Tucson, Ariz. 1908pres. U. of Ariz.

 

Bade, W. F. - Berkeley 1913pres. Calif. Assoc. Sec. Conserv. Wild Life

 

Baer, John Willis - L.A. 1911, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18pres. Ocadental College

 

Bailey, Arthur H. - L.A. 1916real est.

 

Bailey, J.D. - L.A. 1908

 

Bailey, R.W. - L.A. 1908pres. Bailey Ornamental Iron Co.

 

Bailey Ornamental Iron Works - L.A. 1907s. R.W. Bailey, pres

 

Baird, J.G. - Hermon Cal. 1908princ. L.A. Seminary

 

Baker, Clara D. - n.d.,n.p. Children's Agent

 

Baker, Veorhis & Co - N.Y. 1921initialed L. K. Strcose, pres.

 

Ball, C.D. - Santa Ana, 1920

 

Ball Oil Burner Mfg Co. - L.A. 1918, n.d.s. M. Brussard, mgr.

 

Ballard, Charles D. - S.F. 1911

 

Baltz, J.H. - L.A. 1912dist. mgr. 65th Assb.

 

Balzer, George - Soldiers Home Cal. 1908

 

Bamberger, Julius - S.F. 1913

 

Bancroft, Nina Eldred - S.F. n.d. (ca. 1912)

 

Bancroft-Whitney Co. - S.F. 1920,21,publishers

 

Banning, Hancock - L.A. 19112nd v.p. Banning Co.

 

Bard, Thomas R. - Hueneme, Ventura Co. 1907, 09, 11, 12 Repub. St. Cent. Com.

 

Bardill, John - L.A. 1910

 

Barham, W. W. - Yreka 1911tel. chairman. Siskiyou Co. Repub. Cent. Com.

 

Barkworth, Thomas E. - Jackson, Mich. 1905lawyer

 

Barnard, Charles N. - Whittier, Cal Dec.19?lawyer

 

Barnard, W.C. - S.F. (? Oakland) 1911 Pab Serv. Cl. of Alameda Co.

 

Barnes, Celia L. 1912St. Pauls Paresh (Rev.

 

Barnet, Rose W. - L.A. 1911

 

Barnhill, William A. - L.A. 1915 1920, 21 -Lissnet's partner see also Comesp. Out

 

Barnum, Mary G. (Mrs. O. Sheparel) - Alhambra 1914, 15 n.d. Calif. St. Bd. of Ed. v.p.

 

Barr, M.E. - S.F. 1919tel.

 

Barrows, Chase Clifford. N.Y. 1908physician

 

Barrows, David P. - Berkeley 1915 U.C. Dean of the Faculties

 

Barry, James D. - San Diego 1912atty

 

Barry, John F. - S.F. 1919 -?jr. partner of Lissner tel.

 

Bartels, B. W. - L.A. 1911

 

Bartlett, Alfred L. - Sacramento 1921tel.

 

Bartlett, Dana W. - L.A. 1905, 11, 12, 13, 15, 17supl. of Bethlehem, Hull House of L.A. Calif. Immigration Commission, L.A. Chantangua Assoc., chairman - L.A. Dept. Health But of Hsg

 

Bartlett, F.H. - Alameda 1917mayor

 

Bary, Helen V. - [1912]? So. Calif. Civic League

 

Batcheller, Charles L. - L.A. 1913, 19lawyer

 

Batturs, F.E. - L.A. 1911 -gen. pass. agt. So. Pac. Pacific System

 

Batty, George S. - L.A. 1911of Consolidated Realty Co.

 

Baumgartner, J.P. - Santa Ana 1910, 11, 12, 16, 20, 21ed. & mgr. Register Publishing Co, Inc. (Santa Ana Daily Register); pres. National Editorial Ass'n.

 

Bancroft, Philip - S.F. 1910-13, 17atty, sec. Roosevelt Progressive Repub. Lg. Calif., sec. Calif. Deleg Nat'l Republican Conv., Chicago 1912

 

Beach, S.G. - Placerville 1911, 12s. Oliver E. Bailey, sec.

 

Beach, W.W. - L.A. 1914

 

Beard, C.E. - Salt Lake, S.F., Montanu 1917, 1918

 

Beard, Charles A. - Wn., D.C. Nov. 1?

 

Beard, M.R. - Sacramento 1907mayor

 

Beatty, Willard W. - San Francisco 14, 1915Calif. Outlook

 

Beaver, H.S. (& C.E. Dresser) - L.A. 1906, 07

 

Beck, S. - L.A. 1918

 

Beck, Duplicator Co. - N.Y. 1907st. Ernest L. Beck, pres

 

Becker, Tracy Chatfield - L.A. 1911, 12, 16, 17, 18lawyer, dep Dist. Atty. L.A. Co.

 

Behr, William - L.A. 1919 - West Publishing Co.

 

Behrendt, Sam, Co. - L.A. 1908,s. H.T. Paddack off. mgr.

 

Behrendt - Levy Co., Inc. - L.A. 1916-18st. H. T. Paddack, gen. agts for Royal Indemnity

 

Behymer, L.E. - L.A. 1911, 12mgr. of distinguished artists

 

Belford, Samuel W. - Reno, Nev. 1919atty

 

Bell, Charles W. - Sacramento 1907, 08, 09, 11, 12, 13Calif. Senate & U.S. Hse. of Reps.

 

Bell, Wm. J. - S.F. 1911sec. Building Trades Republican Cl.

 

Bellows, E.C. - L.A. 1908

 

Belshaw, Charles M. - Autioch Cal. 1907, 08, 11state legislater 1909proposed to run for Gov.

 

Bemis, Edward W. - New Brighton, N.Y. 1911

 

Bender-Chaquette Co. - S.F. 1904, 06& F.B. Moss, sec.; C.A. Chaquette, pres.

 

Bender - Moss Co. - S.F. 1919s. H. S. Richardson

 

Benedict, H. Stanley - Sacramento 1911, 13, 15Calif. Assb. coms.: Corporations, Elections, Judiciary, Mun. Corps., Universities

 

Benjamin

 

Bennett, James S. - L.A. 1916

 

Bennett, John R. - N.Y. 1914lawyer

 

Bentley, C.H. - S.F. 1907, 11, 12, 19, 20pres. S.F. Chamber of Commerce, Calif. Fruit Canners Assoc.

 

Bergstrom, Edwin - L.A. 1920architect

 

Bernstein, Fred - Chicago 1921 -cousin of Lewinsohn, master in Chancery, Superior Cook Cty.

 

Berry, F.P. - L.A. 1911

 

Bertram, G.H. - see Stanislans Co Repub. Cent. Com.

 

Bertsche, C.P. -S.F. 1917

 

Beveridge, Albert J. - Indianapolis, Ind. 1910, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20, 21U.S. Senator from Indiana, author of biography (? John) Marshall

 

Beasly, W. A. - San Jose 15, 1917, 18, 19, 20, 21judge supercat of S.A. Roosevelt Repub

 

Beatty John A. - Santa Ana 1907, 08, 10, 11, 12by goods, finance com.

 

Biby, John E - L.A. 1912atty

 

Bichowsky, E.C. - Pomona, 1908pres. bd. dir. Pomona Valley Hospital Assoc. pres. Pomona Implement Co.

 

Bidwell, George F. - L.A. 1917chairman City Club Com. on Pub. Util.

 

Bill, John T. & Co. - L.A. 1916s. S.T. Bill

 

Bine, René - S.F. 16, 1917physician

 

Binkard, Robert S. - N.Y. 19131 tel. sec. City Club of New York

 

Birdsall, E.S. - E. Auburn, Cal. 1913, 15Calif Senate chairman. Com. on Roads & Highways

 

Birkel, George S. - L.A. 1916

 

Birkel, Geo S., Co. - L.A. 1913

 

Bishoff, Henry S. - San Diegg - 1920atty

 

Bishop, Richard M. - L.A. 1915real est.

 

Bishop, Sam - L.A. 1917

 

Bishop & Co. - L.A. 1911

 

Bixby, Fred H. - Long Beach, Cal. 1912

 

Benjamin, Raymond - S.F. 16 1918-21chf dep. atty gen. (Calif 1918)chairman. Repub. State (Calif.) Central Com. chairman exec. com.

 

Blair, Isidot D. - L.A. 1913lawget

 

Blaney, Charles D. - Saratoga, Cal. 1915, 16, 17real est. pers. (Saratoga)

 

Blaney, Isabella W. - (Mrs. C.D.) - Chicago 1912, 13pers. Natl Committeeman Progressive Progressive Nat'l Com.

 

Bonfield, Anne - Emporia, Kas. 1921see. to W.A. White

 

Lankenhorn David Co - Pasadena 1912s. Colin Stewart, Colin Steward, Jr.

 

Blight, Reynold E. - L.A. 1910-13, 15, 17mgr. Lester Herrick & Herrick C.P.A.

 

Bliven, Bruce Orms by - L.A. 1915, 16advertising, U.C.L.A. prof. journalism

 

Block, Israel - Oakland 1911, 13, 15, 16?uncle of Mrs. Lissner

 

Bloom, Eve -?. N. Y. n.d.cousin

 

Bloomfield, Meyer - Boston 1915 n.d.dir. Vocation Bureau

 

Blackmar, Charles A. - L.A. 1911 - Dept. of Oil Inspection L.A. inspector

 

Blackstock, Charles F. - Oxnard, Cal. 1912, 16, [18]atty

 

Blalock, Ugene U. - 1920

 

Blanchard, F.W. - L.A. 1911pres. Municipal Art Commission

 

B'nal B'rith, Independent Order Of - L.A. 1921Lodge 487 Anti-Defamation Com. s. M. Silverberg pres. Rabbi Edgar F. Magnin

 

Bohan, E.R. - L.A. 1921 League for World Freedom

 

Boke, George H. - S.F. 1909, 12 Citizens' League of Justice, U.C. Dept of Jurisprudence

 

Bolton , Bonaparte

 

Booth, W. H. - L.A. 1913, 16v.p. Security Trust & Savings Bank Senatorial 1916

 

Boothby

 

Borglum, Elizabeth Venice 1919

 

Borree

 

Boston City Club - Boston, Mass. 1908s. William S. Youngmen, see.; Addison L. Winship, civic sec.

 

Bosshard, R.E. - Alameda 1917City Clerk

 

Bourne, Jonathan Jr. - Wn. D.C. 1911U.S. Senator (Oregon)

 

Boynton, Albert E. - Oroville 1910-13, 19, 20, 21atty, pres. pro-tem Calif. Senate, St. Bd. of Presen Directors of Calif., sec. Johnson for Pres. Nat'l Cmpgn Com. 1920

 

Boynton, Mary L. (Mrs. H. R.) L.A. - 1911, 12, 13

 

Beethby, B. O. - Sacramento 16 1919chief clerk Calif. Senate

 

Borree, J.J. - Sacramento 1917brig. gen. Cal. Nat'l Cd., Adjutant Gen.

 

Bolton Printing Co., Inc. - L.A. 1916s. Mrs. William paris Bolton

 

Burr, B.A. Wn. D.C. 1919see. to U.S. Rep. (Calif.) Julius Kahn

 

Bradley, Christopher M. - S.F. 16 1917, 18, 19, 20 & n.d.atty Indus. Acc. Comn. Counsel

 

Braun, F.W. - L.A. 1912,present gen'l mgr. F.W.Braun Co., treas. Munic. Conf. of 1913

 

Braun, F.W. Co. - L.A. 1907s. L.N. Brunswig 1st v.p.

 

Breed, Arthur H. - Oakland 1912, 15, 17, 18pres. Breed & Bancroft real est. - Calif. Senate - chairman. Co. Gov't. Com., Pres. Pro Tem

 

Brown, Walter F. - N.Y. 1913 Progressive Nat'l Com. chairman Organ. Com.

Physical Description: (1)
 

Brown, William E.- Sacramento 1913, 15, 17Calif. Senate chairman Prisons & Reformatories Com.

 

Brundige, H.W. - L.A. 11 1912 L.A.Express

 

Brunswig, L.N. - L.A. 1911, 15, 16, 17 Brunswig Drug Co., v.p. F.W.Braun Co.

 

Bryant, Carrie Parsons - L.A. 11 1912, 13pres. Womens Progressive Lg. of Calif. exec. bd

 

Bryson, Frank - L.A. 1910 -Pub. Administrator L.A. Co. Owners. Co. L.A. 1912 -Whiteomb Co. agts. s. Geo. R. Whiteomb pres.

 

Building Owners & Mgrs Assoc. - L.A. 1916, 17s. J.M. Best, Sec. Shirley C. Ward - Ins. Com. s. Wm. v. Minsteer [sp?], sec.

 

Building Trades Council - S.F. 1918s. A.G. Gilson, acting sec.

 

Bullock's - L.A. 1915, 16s. J.G. Bullock s. J.C. Hogan

 

Burke, James M. - Visalia 1912 Tulare Co. Repub. Co. Cent. Com. chairman L.A. Effie

 

Burks, Jesse D. - Philadelphia 1912 16dir. Bureau of Munic. Research.

 

Burnham, Geo. J. - see Nat'l Munic. Lg. treas.

 

Burnham, R.W. - L.A. 1910, 11, 12

 

Burns, William J. - S.F. 1969N.Y. 1913Spec. agt. for S.F. D.A., pres. Wm. J. Burns Nat'l Detective Agency

 

Burns, Wm. J. Nat'l DETECTIVE AGY - S.F. 1911s. Charles E. Stanley, mgr.

 

Business Men's Assoc. of L.A. - 1920s. Clarence H. Matson, sec.

 

Business Property Owners & Mgrs. Assoc. of L.A. - 19?s. Benj. F. McLouth, sec.

 

Butler, E.M. Sacramente 1911, 13, 15Calif. Assb. & Senate

 

Butler, John - L.A. 1917Chief of L.A. Police

 

Butler, Sidney A. - L.A. 1908, 11, 12 15 n.d. -pres. Good Roads Assoc, supervisor 3rd Supervisoreal Dist. L.A. Co.

 

Butte Co. Republican Co Cent. Com. - Oroville 1912s. B.L.McCoy, sec.

 

Bonaparte, Charles J. Baltunete 1912, 15(i. & tel.) U.S. Atty Gen. (T. Roosevelt)

 

Beth Israel, Congregation - L.A. 1904s. [ D.L. Levith], sec.

 

Berry-Goodman, [Mrs. Miradora] - S.F. 1919

 

Callomon, B - Pitisburgh, Pa. 1910-suprt. Rodeph Shalom Congregation

 

Cantwell, John J. - L.A. 1917Bishop of Monterey & L.A.

Physical Description: (1)
 

Carr, William J. - Pasadena 1912, 13, 15chairman. Commission on Municipal Govt. Calif Senate

 

Carter, Ray Frederick - Hollywood 1915paster Hollywood Congteg. Church

 

Cartwright, G. W. - Fresno 1910 - 11atty., Calif Senate

 

Carruthers, Roy - N.Y. 1919mgr. Hotel Pennsylvania

 

Casey, Thomas I. - 1912 Alameda Co. Tax Assoc.

 

Cass, A. B. - L.A. 1907pres. Home Tel & Tel Co.

 

Cathcart, A.M. - Stanford 1920acting dean S.U. Lam school

 

Calif, U. of - Berkeley 1916s. Ralph P. Merritt, comptroller

 

Calif, U. of, Alumni Assoc. - Berkeley 1911s. Milton T. Farmer, alumni sec.

 

Calif. Associated Socs For Conservation of Wild Life - Berkeley 12 1913, 14, 15J. Griunell, exec. com.; s. Walter P. Taylor, sec.; s. William Frederick Badé pres

 

Calif. Atty. Gen Office - S.F. 1912 &report (sl pp. names placed on ballot) s. Robert W. Harrison, deputy

 

Calif. Bar Assoc. - 1920s. Bradner W. Lee (L.A.), pres.; T. W. Robinson (L.A.) se

 

Calif Banring Dept. - S.F. 1919s. Charles F. Stern, superintendent of Banks

 

Calif. Civic League - S. F. 1915s. Mary Roberts Coolidge (Mrs. Dane) pres.

 

Calif. City Planning, Conf. on - (S.F.) 1915, 16, 17 -s. Charles H. Cheney, sec. Percy V. Long, 1917pres.; F.C. Wheeler, 1917pres. s. H.R. Weile asst. supt. accts. C.L. Seavey

 

Calif. - Control, St. Bd. of - Sacramento 1918, 19 Marshall DeMotte, chairman John S. Chambers Grove J Fink, acting sec.

 

Calif. Controller, Off. of - Sacramento 1918s. D.A. Moulton deputy

 

Calif. - Corporation Dept. - S.F. 16 1918 E.C. Bellows, cmmr, s. A.G. Fickeisen, chf. 1915 H.L. Carnahan, cmmr.

 

Calif. Exterminating Co. - L.A. 1912init. I.V. McGarvin, mgr.

 

Calif. Fiestas Assoc. - L.A. 1919s. Henry S. McKee, chairman fin. com.

 

Calif. Fruit Growers Exchange - L.A. 1917s. G. Harold Powell, gen. mgr.

 

Calif. Industrial Accident Bd. or Commission - S.F. & L.A. 1913, 16-21s. A.J.Pillsbury, cmmr. ? Willis I. Morrison Co., c.1913Ira B. Cross, 1913sec., Harris Wein[stein?] 1913s. H. L. White, 1916sec.; s. F.B. Lord, mgr compens. dept.; s. F Will J. French, 1916cmmr. Chris. M.Bradley, 1917Counsel; Mary F. Ward?; s. John R. Brownell, 1917, 19supt. Safety Dept. s. A.E. Graupner, 1919Counsel; A.H. Naftzger, cmmr.; s. E.C. Wood 1917chf. elevator inspec. s. T.W. Osgood, 1919constr. engr.

 

Calif. - Health, St. Bd. of - S.F. 1918s. George E. Ebright, pres.; W. H. Kellogg C.G. Gillespie, div. sanitary engr. but,; s. Frank L. Kelly, acting dir. bur. communicable diseases

 

Calif. Highway Commission - (Dept. of Engrs.) - L.A. 1912N.D. Darlington commr.

 

Calif. - Immigration - Housing, St. Commn of - S.F. 1918s. Simon S. Lubin, pres.

 

Calif. Indus. Welfare Commission - S.F. 1918Frank J. Murasky, chairman.

 

Calif. Inspection Rating Bureau - S.F. 1920, 21s. R.A. Whitaker, sec.

 

Calif. - Insurance, Dept. of - S.F. 1919, 20, 21s. John F. Barry s. Alexander McCabe, Ins. Cmmr.

 

Calif. - Labor Statistics, Bureau of - S.F. 1918s. John P. McLaughlin, Cmmr.

 

Calif. Law Review - Berkeley 1920s. P.S. Mathews, bus. mgr.

 

Calif. League - L.A. 1920s. W.A. Jackson, sec - treasurer

 

Calif. Motor Vehicle Dept. - Sacramento 1917, n.d.H.A. French, supt.; st. PJ. Tehaney acting supervisor

 

Calif. Optical Co. - S.F. 1921?W.C. Gorden

 

Calif. Optometry, St. Bd. of. - 1921s. James M. Crawford (Fresno) sec.

 

Calif. Pharmaceutical Assoc. - L.A. 1916s. Edward G. Bine, pres.; E.A. Henderson

 

Calif. Printing, Dept. of - Sacramento 1921 n.d.st. J.M. Cremin, supt.

 

Calif. Prosperity League - L.A. 1916s. M. Wark Baker, fin. sec.

 

Calif. Protective Prop. League - L.A. 1920st. W.C. Mushet, dir. mgr.

 

Calif. Real Est. & Bldg. Co. - L.A. 1913, 15s. Raymond D. Frisbie (Frisbie-Justema Co.) s. Charles O. Bradley, v.p.

 

Calif. Rural Credits Campaign Com. - S.F. 1915st. Frank H. Gould, chairman

 

Calif. - San Quentin Prison - 1911, 16s. W. D. Sturtevant, clk.; J.A. Johnstone, warden, J. M. Cremin, statesman

 

Calif. - State Dept. - Sacramento n.d.st. Frank C. Jordan, sec of St.

 

Calif. Supreme Court - S.F. 1904, 16s. G.H.S. Dryden, dep. dk., B. Grant Taylor, clk.

 

Calif. Tax Cmm. - Sacramento 1917

 

Calif. Taxpayers League - L.A. 1915s. J.F. Paulding, sec.

 

Calif. Railroad Commission - S.F. 1911, 1916, 1921s. Charles R. Defrick, sec. W.R. Williams? Jeanette Converse L.A.O.

 

Calif. Horticulture Commission -? Sacramento 1918 s G.H. Hecke commr.

 

Calif. Civil Service Cmm. - Sacramento 1916s. J.M. Hunter, cmmr

 

Calif. Defense, Council, (OF) - S.F. 1918, 19s. Charles C. Moore, dir, s. Charles Lapworth, war infe bd.

 

Camp, E. W. - L. A. 1911-13, 15-20solicitor Atchison, Topelca & Santa Fe (Coast Lines), ? one time partner of Lissner

 

Carnahan, H. L. - Riverside 1911-12, 15-17, [18] 20lawyer, State Corp. Dept, Cmmr. Johnson for Pres. 1920 Nat'l Campaign Com., Western mgr.

 

Central Labor Council - L. A. 1915s. C.L.Myers Sec. L.A, Gen. Labor Day Com.

 

Chambers, John S. - Sacramento 1914-15, 18-19 Calif. Comptroller's Dept. cptr

 

Chandler, W. F. Fresno 11 1912Calif Assb. ex-trustee of Calif Outlook

 

Chase, Anna E. - S.F. 1912Corresp. Sec. W.C.T.U. of Calif.

 

Cheney, Charles H. - S. F. 1914architect Portland, Ore. 1919 -City Planning Cmm.

 

Chenoweth, L. E. - Bakers field 10, 1912, 13, 19Sec. Kern Co Repub. Cent. Com. The Morning Echo, Echo Publ. Co., Inc.

 

Chicago, Burlington - Quincy RR Co. (Colorado - Southern Lines) - L.A. 1912s. W. W. Elliott, gen. agt.

 

Chicago City Club - Chicago, Ill. 1912S. George E. Hooker civic sec.

 

Childers, Charles L. - E1 Centre 1919?partner of P. D. Swing

 

Childs, Richard S. - N.Y. 1912sec.-treas. Short Ballot Organization

 

Churchill, Winston - Santa Barbara 1912, 13Am. author

 

Chaffey, J.B. - Whittier, Cal, 1911Bd of Trustees (City)

 

Chamberlain, Selah - S. F. 1911, 12trustee Calif Outlock treas.

 

Chase, Harvey S. - Boston 1910, 11

 

Children's Home Soc, of Calif. - L.A. n.d.s. Francis B. Kellogg, v-p.

 

Citizens Common Council of the U.S.A. - L.A. 1921s. Eunice McMullin, nat'l orgr Charles N. Lathrop, exec.com.

 

Citizens League of Justice - S.F. 1911s. Leo S. Robinson for exec.com.

 

Citizens Nat'l Bank - L.A. 1919, 20s. H. D. Ivey, cashier s. L. Kysela, Liberty Loan Dept.

 

Citizens Trust & Savings Bank - L.A. 1920s. Orra E. Monnette, pres.

 

Citizens Two Platoon Com. - L.A. 1915s. D. Joseph Coyne, chairman 1908, 11, 12, 13, 16, 21

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City Club of L.A. - L.A. 19?s. H. H. Harris, sec., st. L.R. Wharton, 1908sec. s. Frank G. Henderson, 1912sec.; Walter P. Stevenson, 1916sec. s. Roy Malcom 1921civic sec.

 

City Club of L.A. Charter Amendment Com.

 

City Planning Assoc. of L.A. - L.A. 1914-17, n.d.st. G. Gorden Whitnall, sec. s. Charles M. [Conrad], pres., s. Otto Johann Zahn, treas.; Mrs. Merna A. Coble

 

Clarendon, Alvan Elmar - Omaha, Web. 1912author Sharkles Cast

 

Clark, O.P. - L.A. 1908v.p. Title Ins. & Trust Co.

 

Clark, William C. - Oakland 1913atty Calif Assb. chairman Constitutional Amendments Com.

 

Clarke, E.P. - Riverside 1907, 08, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20 Riverside Daily Press; State Bd. of Educ. chairman. Com. on exams, pres.

 

Clarke, Louise Harvey (? Mrs. E.P.) - Riverside 1919M.D.

 

Clarke, Robert M. - Sta. Barbara & Ventura Co. 1912, 15, 19, [18], 21judge Superier Ct off of Calif. Atty Gen.? lawyer L.A.

 

Cleveland, Frederick A. - Wn., D.C. (White House) 1911, 12 Presidents Cmm.on Econ. & Effic., chairman.

 

Cleveland Ohio Civic League - Cleveland, O. 1914, 15, 17, 26s. Mayo Fesler, sec.; C.A. Dykstra, sec.

 

Cochems, E.B. - N.Y. 1912, 13 Progressive Nat'l Com. N.Y., Progr. Service - Nat'l Progr. HQ sec., Speakers' Bureau

 

Cochems, Henry F. - Chicago 1912 Progr. Nat'l Com. Chicago HQ chairman Spkrs

 

Cochran, George I. - L.A. 1910-13, 15, 16, 18, 20pres. Pacific Mutual Life Ins. Co. of Calif

 

Cocolax Co - St. Louis, Mo. 1915 -s. Chas. [R. Bacchers] pres.

 

Coe, Henry Waldo - Portland, Ore. 1912 Progr. Phy Oregon HQ - Nat'l Committeeman

 

Coffee, Rudolph I. - S.F. 1916pers.

 

Coffin, Lillian Harris - S.F. 1911chairman Publicity Dept. Club Women's Franchise of Calif.

 

Coffin, Elizabeth Murray - L.A. 1912, 13co-editor Grafton Publishing Co. West Coast Magazine

 

Gogswell, Prescott F. - El Monte, Cal. 1907, 08, 11, 15Calif. Assb & Senate

 

Cole, Louis M. - L.A. 1917, 18, 21 Royal Parking Co. polit.

 

Columbia Graphophone Co. - L.A. 1920s. H. B. [Busing] mgr. collections & credits

 

Columbia Trust Co. - L.A. 1908s. Pearl Adams Spaulding mgr. Women's Dept.

 

Colusa Co. (Calif.) Repub. Cent. Com. - Colusa 1912 -H.F. Osgood, sec.

 

Colby, William E. - S.F. 1911, 12, 14, 15, 17, 19sec., Sierra Club chairman & mgr. Outing Com.

 

Committee of 48 - Chicago 1920 -Melinda Alexander, asst. sec.

 

Conart, George W. - L.A. 1910, 11asst. sgt. at arms Calif. Senate

 

Concordia Club - L.A. 1918, 19, n.ds. [ A.V.? I.O. Levy]

 

Conger, W. S. - San Bernardino 1912pres. & mgr. Evening Index

 

Connell, M.J. - L.A. 11 1916 Calif. Fish & Game Cmm.

 

Conrey, N.P. - L.A. 1910, 13 -judge Superior Ct. LA. Co.

 

Contra Costa Co. Repub Cent. Com. - 1912s. Warren H. McBryde chairman

 

Converse, Jeanette - L.A. 1910, 11, 12sec. Women's Progr. Lg of So. Cal. head of L.A. Office Calif. RR Comm in 1921

 

Conwell, J.S. - L.A. 1913, 14, 15pres. L.A. Efficiency Cmm. L.A. City Councilman chairman Supply & Effie.

 

Cook, A.J. - Clarement, Cal. 1911, 13, 15Pomona Col. Bio. Dept. Calif. Harticulture Cmm. cmmr.

 

Cooley, Belle Hayes - L.A. 12 1913, 16(Walla Walla, Washington) *n.d.

 

Commonwealth Club of Calif. - S.F. 1908, 10-12, 13 15, 16, 18, 19, 20s. Beverly L. Hodghead, 1908v.p. sec.; s. * E.A. Walcott, 1910exec. sec.; Alexander Russell [luncheon?] chairman s. Grant H. Smith, chairman.?; st. Clarence M. Smith, 1916sec.; C.E. Grunsky, 1913sec.

 

Coombs, W.B. - San Bernardino 1912, 13sec. S. Bernardino Co Repub. Cent. Com.

 

[Cotten], Joseph J. - Wn. D.C. 1918 -pvt. sec. to Sec. of Int. Franklin Knight Lane

 

Corporation Co. - L.A. 1920s. H.E. Higginson, acting sec.

 

Cousins, George W. - Eureka 1910 cty clk Humboldt Co.

 

Cox, L.D. - L.A. 1913 -landscape arch. L.A. Park Dept.

 

Craig, Gavin W. - L.A. 1911 -judge superior ct.

 

Crail, Joe S. - L.A. 1916, 18, 19, 20lawyer campaign mgr. Johnson for Sen. Stephens for Gov. Cl. 18chairman. Rep. St. Cent. Com. So. Div., fin. com. chairman for Roosevelt Memorial

 

Cranston, William - Palo Alto 1915University Realty Co.

 

Cravens, John S. - L.A. 1919Roosevelt Memorial Nat'l Exec. Com.

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Cremin, J.C. - Sacramento 1916Calif State Dept., stat.; Calif. Printing Off, supt.

 

Criswell, Ralph L. - L.A. 1918 City Council chairman.. public service Pittsburg, Cal.

 

Crosby, Sumner - Sacramento 1911, 12Calif. Assb. Com. Mil. Affrs

 

Cross, Ira B. - Berkeley 1915, 16U.C. Dept. of Econ.

 

Crow, S.E. - Sta Barbara 1907, 08, 19judge super. ct.

 

Crumbly, F.H. L.A. 1908 -sec. Colored Mens Club

 

Crump, Guy Richards - Winter Ldg. Catalina Island, 1908sec. treas. Pasadena L-R Repub. Cl.

 

Culbertson, William S.- Wn. D.C. 1918cmmr. U.S. Tariff Cmm.

 

Curry, C.F. - Sacramento 1910Calif Sec. of State

 

Cutten, Charles P. - Sacrament 1909,10,11Calif. Senate

 

Cleveland, O. Chamber of Commerce - Cleveland, Ohio 1914s. Munson Havens sec.

 

Cleveland, O. Municipal Assoc. - Cleveland, O. 1912 s. Mayo Fesler, sec. see also Cleveland Civic Lg.

 

Costello, John D. - Wn. D.C. 1917,18sec. to J.D. Phelan

 

Daggett, Frank S. - L.A. 1916dir. Museum of Hist., Science & Art

 

Daley, J. H. - Martiner 1912,20

 

Damon, George A. - L.A., Pasadena 1912,14dean of engrg. Throop College of Tech.

 

Danziger, A. L. - Martiner 1921a cousin Rhoda Greenhood = Mrs.D.

 

Danziger, J. M. - L.A. 1921v.p. Pan Am. Petroleum & Transport Co. & atty

 

Darby Hotel - L.A. 1921s. F.B. Pierce, mgr.

 

Darlington, Newell D. - L.A. 1912,16,17,21cmmr. Cal. Highway Cmm. Mrs. B. H.

 

Daughters of Israel Relief Soc. - Oakland 1917s. Sophie L. Haas, cor. sec.

 

Davis, A. J. L.A. 1912anti negro

 

Davis, Howard E. - San Bernardino 1912,13,15editor Evening Index sec. San Bernardino Co. Progr. Cent. Com. - L.A. Publicity Expert

 

Davis, John F. - S.F. 1910,12atty

 

Davis, Oscat K. - (N.Y.) 1912,13,14sec. exec. com Progr. Nat'l Com. N.Y. & Wn. D.C

 

Davis, Robert H., Sr. - Oakland 1910,11

 

Davis, J.B.F. & Son - S.F. & Seattle, Wn. 1916 - 20ins. brokers s. H.M. Hansen; William Romaine S.F. off. mgr.;

 

Davis, William R. - Oakland 1908 - 1912atty for Oakland

 

Dawson, Clinton Ellsworth - Hollywood 1920, 21Bridgeport, Conn. L.A.

 

Day, William Horace - L.A. 1913,19 minister First Congregational Church moderator Nat'l Council of Congr. Chs. of U.S.

 

De Ligne, A.A. - S.F. 1912, 13, (13 n.d.), 15, 16atty

 

Del Monte, Hotel - Del Monte, Cal. 1915, 18s. Carl S. Stanley, mgr.

 

Deming, Horace E. - N.Y. 1912,L.A. 1920, 19, 21

 

Democratic Nonpartisan League - L.A. 1915s. Minor Moore, sec. St. Paul, Minn.

 

De Motte, Marshall - (Corning, Cal.) 1912

 

Denison, A. A. - Oakland 1912sec. Chamber of Commerce

 

Denver Civic & Commercial Assoc. - Denver, Colo. 1917s. R.E. Wright exec. sec

 

De Pew, Pierre - Nyack, N.Y. 1912

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Dewar, R.A. - Atlanta, Ga. 1912Progr. Headqtrs chairman Campaign Com.

 

de Young, M.H. - S.F. 1920 - San Francisco Chronicle

 

Detrick, Charles R. - S.F. 1910-13, 15sec. Repub. St. Cent. Com sec. Calif. RR Cmm., sec. State Progressive H.Q.

 

Devlin, Frank R. - Vallejo, Fairfield, Cal. 1907-09, 11, 12, 15, 21atty pres. L-R. Repub. League of Calif. 09pres. & cmmr. Cal. RR Cmm.

 

Diamond Motor Co. - L.A. 1906s. John W. Shaw, mgr.

 

Diamond Oil Co. - L.A. 1907, 15-17s. E.A. Miller, mgr.

 

Dictaphone, The - L.A. 1920s. William O. Ryle. sales mgr.

 

Dieges & Clust - N.Y. 1912s. W.E. Bush, sales mgr. jewelers

 

Dimmick, F.M. - L.A. 1915mgr. Hotel Clark

 

Dingle & Duni - L.A. 1917s. Robert Daniels

 

Direct Legislation League of Calif. - S.F. 1908, 10, 13, 15s. Milton T. [U'ren?], sec.

 

Dickson, Edward A. - Sacramento 1907-09, 10-11, 12, 13, 16, 17 Good Govt. Lg. of S.F. exec. com. (So Hq.) Repub. St. Cent. Com. Progressive Publicity Bureau with Sen. John D. Works; assoc. ed. L.A. Express; founder of Non-Partisan Com. of One Hundred, Good Government, City Club Lincoln-Republicans & Lincoln-Roosevelt Repub.; pres. Taxpayers League

 

Dixon, Joseph M. - Wn. D.C. 1912chairman Nat'l Roosevelt Com U.S. Senator Montana, Nat'l Progressive H.Q. chairman Nat'l Progr. Com

 

Dodson, H.P. - Anderson, Cal. 1911exec. com. Shasta Co. Repub. Cent. Com.

 

Doheny - Pacific Petroleum Co. - L.A. 1917s. J.C. Anderson, vp & genl mgr.

 

Dohrmann, A.B.C. - S.F. 1907, 18

 

Donahue, William H. - Oakland 1910D.A. Alameda Co.

 

Donovan, Augusta Lamb - Mineral Wells, Tex. 1920(Mrs. James

 

Donovan, James - Eastland, Tex. 1920atty politics

 

Drake, Earl F. - Phoenix, Ariz. 1918-20

 

Dreicer & Co. - N.Y. 1913s. J.A.Hull

 

Dromgold, R.W. - L.A. 1907 L.A.City Council (Bridges & Blvds)

 

Dunn, Al. M. - L.A. 1911, 15bus.mgr. Pacific Outlook

 

Dusenberry, Samuel - S.F. 1911, 16, 17, 20

 

Drew, A.M. - Fresno 1907, 09, 11atty Calif. Assb.

 

Dole, J. Albert - Pomona 1918, 19pres. & genl mgr. Dole Land Co.

 

Eager & Eager - L. A. 1913s. A. Wesley Eager architects

 

Earl, Guy C. - S. F. 1910, 12, 16atty

 

Earley, Thomas - Pasadena 1907may of [New Age Publg. Co.]

 

Easton, William E. - L. A. 1912, 15pres. Roosevelt All-American League asst. sgt-at-arms Calif. Assb.

 

Ebell of L.A. - L.A. 1915 -s. Bess F. Osborn, fin. sec

 

Edgerton, Edwin O. - L. A. 1911, 12, 15sec. Municipal Lg of L.A. Calif. RR Cmm. cmmr

 

Edison Electric Co. - L. A. 1907s. F. B. Lewis, Engr Underground Dept.

 

Edson, Charles Farwell - L. A. 1911-13 Peoples Orchestra mgr. Music Teachers Assoc. of S.C.

 

Edwards & Morton - Phoenix, Ariz 1905res. agt. Trans Continental Trust Co. & Tribune

 

Earl, Edwin T. - L.A. 1905, 08, 10-13, 15 L. A. Express? owner

 

Edson, Katherine, Philips (Mrs. Charles Farwell?) - 1911-13, 15-20 Calif. Indus. Welfare Cmm. exec. offr. Republican Nat'l Com.

 

Eichler, L.A.P. - L.A. 1920L.A. rep. Sacramento Bee

 

Electric Lighting Supply Co. - L.A. 1918s. E.G. Tritz

 

Elks, Benev. & Protec, Ord. of - L.A. 1915s. A.F. Frankenstein, chairman Parade C s. Motley H. Flint, dir. genl

 

Elliott, Harry William - L.A. 1921atty s. Marion E.M. Swan, s

 

Elliott, John B. - L.A. 1920, 21collector of customs

 

Ellis, Wilson R. - Sacramento S.F. 1910, 12, 16sec. Calif. Highway Cmm., Dept. of Engring

 

Elmendorf, C.H. - L.A. 1912, 13, 16

 

Elsasser, C. J. - L. A. 1916, 18, 19?Industrial Accident Cmm.

 

Elston, J.A. - Berkeley 1910, 11, 19atty. U.S.Representative (Cal.)

 

Emanuel, Clara - S.F. 1915

 

Emmons, Elijah A. - Sacramento 1913Calif. Assb.

 

Engel, Francis, Film Co. - L.A. 1920s. M J Coleen, mging dir.

 

Engineering News - N.Y. 1913, 15s. M.N. Baker, editor

 

English, J. Frank - S.F. 1915, 19asst. City Atty

 

Epstein, Harry - L.A. 1917spec. agd. Cal. Bureau Labor Statitics

 

Equitable Life Assurance Soc. - L.A. 1911, 12, 16, 19, 20s. George A. Rathbun, mgr., s. William McClelland, agency cashier s. E.O.Kepler, agy cashier - s. Arthur P. Chipron, S.F. agy supt.

 

Estudillo, Mignel - Riverside, Cal. 1907-09Calif. Senate

 

Eshleman, John M. - El Centro 1908, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15partner of P.D.Swing District Atty Imperial Co., Calif. Railroad Cmm. pres. Lt. Gov. of Calif. & pres. of the Senate

 

Evening Vanguard - Sun - Venice, Calif. 1916 -s. W. W. Rennie

 

Fairmont Hotel - S.F. 1916s. Antoine E. Harder, asst. mgr.

 

Fall, Lucius M. - L.A. 1913, 15atty

 

Faris, W.A. - L.A. 1920 Faris - Walker store

 

Faris-Walker - L.A. 1921s. C.N. Reynolds

 

Farnell - Bond, Genevieve - Minneapolis, Minn. 1915composer & Newspaper woman

 

Farmers - Merchants Natl Bank - L.A. 1917s. V.H. Rossetti, cashier

 

Farrand, George E. - Ventura - L.A. 1916, 18, 19, 21atty sec. Mrs. B. Hiatt

 

Farwell, Lgman - L.A. 1908, 11, 13, 14, 16architect, Calif. Assb.

 

Federated Improvement Assoc. - L.A. 1910s. Garner Carran, pres.

 

Fairlie, John A. - Urbana, Ill. 1912 -U. of Ill.. assoc. ed. Nat'l Municipal Review

 

Ferguson, Carl A. - Visalia 1914, 16mgr. Visalia Daily Times

 

Ferguson, Milton J. - Sacramento 1920 -Calif. St. Librarian

 

Fellows, F.W. - L.A. 1915-18 & n.d.?sec. or? associate (law) of Lissner

 

Fellows, K.I. - L.A. 1920-see to Lissner & bookkeeper

 

Fennessy, T.D. - L.A. 1908, 14 Internat'l Typographical Union rep. ; ? s. also J. E. Timmons

 

Fernald, Reginald G. - Santa Barbara 1912, 13, [18], 15, 16, 21publisher Morning Pre. & London England

 

Fels, Joseph - Philadelphia & London, England 1901-13 Fels-Naptha Soap Joseph Fels Fund of America Socialist sec. J. Gorman

 

Fidelity & Casualty Co of N.Y. - N.Y. 1911, 13s. Robt. J. Hillas pres. ; st. Charles J. Bosworth (S.F.) res. mgr. s. Channing B. Cornell asst. res. mgr.

 

Finkenstein, Maurice J. - L.A. 1905gen'l claim agt. L.A. - Pacific RR Co. I.O.B.B. (B'nai B'rith)

 

Finley, Steele - Santa Ana 1912chairman. Orange Co. Pregressive League Republican

 

Finn, Thomas F. - Sacramento 1915Calif. Senate

 

First Natl Bank of L.A. - L.A. 1917, 20, 21s. W.H. Latz, auditor s. Austin O. Martin, v.p.

 

Fish, Howard J. - Sacramento 1913Calif. Assb.

 

Fisher, L.P., Advertising Agency - S.F. 1915s. H. W. Lutz, mgr.

 

Fitzgerald, John T. - L.A. 1920 - Friends of Iresh Freedom

 

Fitzgerald, W.A. - Fresno 1918 Fresno Republican Publishing Co

 

Fitzherbert-West, William - L.A. 1911, 15

 

Fischer, Will H. - L.A. Eureka S.F. 1911-13, 16, 18, 19, 20 & n.d.ed. Hamboldt. Time Calif. Outlook managing editor Municipal Conf. of 1913 Dir. of Publicity Tax Payers' Assoc of Calif asst. to dir & exec. offr. & dir.

 

Flaherty, T. F.- Riverside 1916, [18]

 

Flanigan, P.L. - Reno, Nevada 1912 Progr. Nat'l Committeeman Nevada Progr. State Central Com.

 

Fleishhacker, [H.] S.F. 1921 Angle & London Paris Nat'l Bank

 

Fleishman, M.H. Fellows Cottonwood, Cal. 1917-18parolee

 

Fleming, A.P. - L.A. 1908,11 -sec. Bd. of Harbor Commrs.

 

Fletcher, Ed. - San Diego 1914, 15, 17, 19, 20

 

Flinn, William - Pittsburgh, Pa. 1915, 21

 

Flint, Frank P. - L.A. 1915, 18 19, 20

 

Flint, Motley H. - L.A. 1911-12 L.A. Trust & Savings Bank, v.p.; chairman exec. com. Pacific Land & Products Exposition; pres. Convention League

 

Flintham, Stuart J. - L.A. 1913, 14 L.A.Co. Forester

 

Flowers, Montaville - N.Y. 1913dir. Lyceum Service & Spkrs Bur. Progressive Nat'l Lyceum Service

 

Fleishhacker, Richard - Scotia, Cal. 1917-22Chicago a parolee Pacific Lumber Co re: Louis Meyer & his (F's) citizenship etc.

 

Foltz, Clara Shortridge - L.A. 1916, 21atty

 

Forbes, E[dgar] A[llen] - Marysville & S.F. 1908, 11 & 17Calif Commission Market, sec.

 

Forward, John F. - San Diego, Calif. 1907mayor

 

Foulke, William D. - M.D. Salt Lake, Utah 1912(tel.)

 

France, C.J. - Seattle, Wn. 1915, 17, 19atty & counsel to Port of Sea

 

Frances, J.H. - L.A. 1911supt. L.A.City Schools

 

Franke, C.F. - Parkersburg, Iowa 1911 -chairman Iowa Repub St. Cent. Com.

 

Frankel, J.A. - L.A. 1911, 16, 17, 19 L.A. Bd. of Pub. Utilities, atty

 

Frantz, F.E. - Whittier, Cal. 1912, 20pres. Whittier Implement Co.

 

Fraser, L.C., Jr. - S.F. 1916

 

Fredericks, J.D. - L.A. 1968, 18L.A.Co. D.A. s. Hartley Shaw clif.

 

French, Harriet Odgers - Sacramento 1917?sec. to Johnson

 

French & Early - L.A. 1920 -st. C.J. Elsasser supt. Comp. & Occ. Therapy Dept. st. J. Rollin French, M.D.

 

Fresno Co. Republican Cent. Com. - Fresno. 1912 -D.A. Cashin D.A. Cashin chairman & Ray W.B. sec.

 

Friday Morning Club - L.A. 1912s. Mrs. D.C. McCan pres.

 

Friel, Legrand - L.A. 1915, 16Civil & hydraulic engr.

 

Fries, Amos A. - L.A. 1909, 18, 21capt., corps engrs.; brig. gen. Chf of Chemical Warfare Service

 

Frisbie, Raymond D. - L.A. 1911, 16

 

Fuller, Robert H. - Albany, N.Y. 1907sec. to Gov.

 

French, Will J. - S.F. 1915-18,26cmmr Calif. Indus. Acc. Comm pres. Internat'l Assoc. of Indus. Acc. Bds. & Cmms. 7th annual mtg

 

Gabel, Thomas R. - L.A. 1911pres. Security Oil Syndicate

 

Gabbert, J. R. - Oxnard 1911 -ed. & prepr. Daily Oxnard Courier

 

Galloway, J.D. - S.F. 1912civil engr.

 

Gamut Club - L.A.? s. F.W. Blanchard, pres.; st. L.E. Behymer, v.p.; st. G.M. Derby, sec.

 

Garbutt, Frank A. - L.A. 1920, 21

 

Garfield, James R. - Cleveland, Ohio 1919atty? son of Jas. A.

 

Garland, W.M. & Co. - L.A.? 1912, 17s. H.A. Helmy s. E.F. Cresby, s. Wm. M. Garland

 

Gates, Egbert J. - L.A. 1913, 17Calif. Assb.

 

Gates, George A. - Clarement 1907, 08pres. Pomona College

 

Gates, Lee C. - San Jose 1910, 12law dept. Tufle Ins. & Trust Co

 

Gayetti, A. (Miss) - S.F. 1911 Calif Outlook

 

Geissler, E. A. - L.A. 1915 Geo. J. Burkel Co. v.p.

 

Gelder, George - Oakland 1918Calif. Assb. (Hollywood)

 

Gerberding, E.O. - Hueneme, Cal. 1907, 18sec to Thomas R. Bard res. agt. Conn. Fire Ins. Co.

 

Gerecht, E. F. - L.A. 1912atty, *Hebrew Club

 

German Savings & Loan Soc. - S.F. 1916 *s. Geo. Tourny v.p. & mgr.

 

Gibbon, T.E. - L.A. 1911-13,19 L.A. Herald? atty

 

Gibson, Hugh S - Dublin 1916, 1917, 18, 19, 20Dept. of State? Hoover & Food Cmm. American Minister to Poland

 

Gibson, Mary S. (Mrs. Frank A.) - L.A. 1912, 13, 16, 18, 19 & n.d.mother of Hugh Calif. Cmm. of Immigration & Housing cmmr.

 

Gilbert, E. J. - San Bernardino 1915 -cty. assessor

 

Gilbertson, H.S. - N.Y. 1915exec. sec. Nat'l Short Ballot Org.

 

Gillis, J. L. - Sacramento 1915State Librarian

 

Glenn Cty. Repub. Cent. Com. - Willows 1912s. John A. Apperson sec s. W. H. Sale county clerk

 

Globe Indemnity Co. - L.A. 1916s. Wm. R. Hellganz claim adjuster s. R.G. Hillman mgr. surety dept.

 

Goetz, E. P. - Indianapolis, Ind. 1910sec. to Senator A J Beveridge

 

Goldsmith, Arthur A. - Stanford U. 1916, 17L.A. 1918?atty, Vancouver, Wn. 1918

 

Goodman, Frank J. - N.Y. 1912Columbia U. faculty of polit sci

 

Goodwin, Willard L. - L.A. 1905sec. City Council Coms

 

Graham, S.C. - L.A. 1910, 11, 12chairman Good Govt. Org.

 

Grand Army of the Republic - L.A. (46th Nat'l Encampment) 1912st. Sidney A. Butler chairman

 

Grand Pacific Hotel - Chicago 1912s. E.A. Whipple, mgr.

 

Grant, F.F. - San Diego 1916 -atty. chairman Co. Progressive Party

 

Graupner, A.E. - S.F. 1919counsel Calif. Indus. Acc. Cmm.

 

Graves, M.O. - L. A. 1916atty candidate for Calif. Assb.

 

Good Government - L.A. 1909-11 & n.d.n.s. S.C. Graham chairman. Fund 1909 Mar. pres. Mar. 1909, Oct. 1910, 11st. Lucian J. Clarke. sec. Jul. 1909n.s Meyer Lissner, pres. Nov. 1909n.s. Marshall Stimson, pres. Dec. 1909st. Charles E. Bent, sec. Apr. 1910s. & st. Geo. B. Anderson, sec. Oct. 1910 - Nov. 1911

 

Good Govt. League - Stacy, Calif 1913s. C.R. Caudle, sec.

 

Great Northern Pacific Steamship Co. - L.A. 1916s. G.N. Koeppel agt.

 

Greenebaum Alfred - S.F. 11 1916, 17 Calif. Non-Partisan League treas. ; pres. Alaska Codfish Co.

 

Greene, B. D. Marx - Berkeley 1919atty

 

Greenhood, Ed. - Oakland 1908, 11-13, 15-17, 19, 20cousin of Lissners

 

Gregson, F.P. - L.A. 1910, 21 Assoc. Jobbers of L.A. traffic mgr. & sec.

 

Grey, Elmer - L.A. 1913architect

Physical Description: (1)
 

Griffin, Franklin A. - Sacramento 1911, 12exec. sec.

 

Griffin, Maurice - Riverside 1908

 

Haggard, R.E. - S.F. 1919 Calif Indus. Acc. Cmm.

 

Halfhill & Converse - L.A. 1915Henry S. Noyes

 

Hannan, John J. - Madison, Wisc. 1910 - 11, 12sec. to R. LaFolletle

 

Hamilton, John J. - L. A. 1912 - 13, 15, 19sec. L.A. Charter Revision Com. sec. L.A. Bd. of Freeholders, pres. Calif. Acreage Investment Co ; Greater L.A. Realty Co., L.A. Co. Bd. of Supervisors supv. & chairman

 

Handley, Loren A. - L.A. 1911, 12City Clerk, prof. of philosophy Ocadental College

 

Hamilton & Goodman - L.A. 1915s. Harry B. Goodman

 

Hanford, [A.I.] - San Bernardino 1907?mayor

 

Hansen, A.C. - L.A. 1912Inspector of Public Works

 

[Hapgood], Norman - N.Y. 1908-10 Collier's editorial staff

 

Hardy, Campbell - 1906, 10, 16contracts for publishing houses

 

Hargrove, Robert L, - Madera 1912chairman. Madera Co. Repub Cent. Com.

 

Harper, A.C. - L.A. 1908mayor chairman pro-tem Permanent Org. of Municipal Waterways Assoc.

 

Harriman, T.E. - L.A. 1917

Physical Description: (1)
 

*Harris, H. H. - L.A. 1912, 15, 17, 18, 19sec. City Charter Conf. sec. City Club of L.A.,? A.F.C. Amer. Exped. Forces

 

Hart, Alfred Bashneil - Cambridge, Mass. 1911, 12prof. of govt. Harvard

 

Hart, Edwin G. L.A. 1915

 

Hart, John W. - L.A. 1919atty personal

Physical Description: (1)
 

Haskell, Sidney M. - L.A. 1908, 13mgr. L.D. Powell Co. chairman Campaign Com. L-R. Repub Lg.

 

Hatton, A.R. - Cleveland, Ohio 1912Western Reserve Univ. Poli Sci Dept

 

Havenner, Franck R. - 1914, 15, 20, 21Calif legis. reporter for Calif. ; sec. ? to Hiram Johnson

 

Hawley, J O. - L.A. 1908, 10, 11pension atty, sec. H.PKP - Impot. Lge? (Highland Pk Protective & Improvement League) & Good Govt. to Hawley verse Jul. 7, 1911

 

Hayes, E.A. - Wn. D.C. 1907(1)? U.S. Hse of Representatives

Physical Description: (1)
 

Hayes, J.O. - S.F. 1918

 

Hayward, W. A. - Des Moines, Iowa 1912Iowa Sec. of St.

 

Hayward, William - Chicago 1912 -sec. Repub. Nat'l. Com.

 

Haynard Hotel - L.A. 1915, 20s. H.C. Fryman, prep.? B. F. Klein

 

Hebrew Benevolent Soc. - L.A. 1915 -sec. s. Henry L. Klein

 

Heard, Dwight B. - Phoenix, Ariz. 1912, 13, 16pres. Arizona Republican

 

Hebrew Club -? L.A. 1912resolution re: Abe Ruef s. M. Stutz, pres. s. John I. Mess, sec.

 

Hecht, S. - L.A. 1910rabbi of Congregation B'Nai B'rith

 

Hays, Will H. - N.Y. Indianapolis, Ind. 1918-21chairman Repub. Nat'l Com. U.S. Postmaster General

 

Haynes, John Randolph - L.A. 1908, 09, 11, 14, 16, 17-20, 21 Direct Legislation Lg.

 

Henderson, Frank G. - L.A. 1910-12, 17sec. City Club of L.A. affl. reporter Hau of Records

 

Henderson, Thomas L. - (Nevada) 1904civil & mining engr.

 

Heney, Ben - Tucson, Ariz. 190810, 12 -? recorder, Pima County, pres. & mgr. Ben Heney

 

Heney for Governor League - S.F. 1918s. Frank V. Cornish, sec.

 

Herald News Co. - El paso, Tex. 1908

 

Herriott, Paul - Sacramento 1917? Calif. St. Bd. of Control sec. to Sen. H.W. Johnson partner

 

Heney, Francis J. - S.F. 1907-08, 09, 10 11-14atty Charles W. Cobb Lincoln-Roosevelt Repub. Lg.

 

Hewitt, Leslie R. - L.A. 1908, 10-13spec. counsel Bur. Harbor Cmmrs Bd. Pub Util., City Atty

 

Hill, A. J. - L.A. 1915County Counsel

 

Hillcrest Country Club - L.A. 1920, 21

 

Hilles, Charles D. - N.Y. 1912chairman. Rep. Nat'l Com.

 

Hinshaw, W.E. - Long Beach, Cal. 1908-11, 16Sec. Wilmington Dock Co sec. Joint Senatorial & Assb. Delegation, Calif. Assb., sec L.A. Co. Deleg, L. A. Co. Bd. of Supervisors

 

Hichborn, Franklin - Santa Clara 1910-11, 15newspaperman, corres. sec. Calif Non-Partisan League

 

Hoak, E. K. - L.A. 1915mgr. Pacific Coast Dept. Doubleday Page & Co.

 

Hocking, T. C. - Modesto, Cal. 1912pres. Herald Publishing Co.

 

Hodghead, Beverly L. - S. F. 1907, 11atty, Berkeley mayor ; pres. League of Calif. Municipalities

 

Hodgin, E. Stanton - L.A. 1915, 19minister First unitarian Church

 

Holder, Charles F. - Pasadena Avalon, Cal. 1912, 13

 

Holland, Henry - Portland, Me. 1916, 17, 19 -mgr. Maine branch Nat'l Workmen's Compensation Service Bureau, dist. mgr. Federal Mut. Liab. Ins. Co.

 

Home Ins. Co. - N.Y. L.A. 1911s. Charles Quitzow, spec. agt.; s. Emanuel H.A. Corred v.p.

 

Home Life Ins. Co. - N.Y. 1907s. George E. Ide, pres.

 

Home Rule in Taxation (So. Calif. League for) - L.A. 1912s. Bernard Hartley sec. st. Clarence E. Todd (S.F.) sec. & campaign mgr

 

Home Security Loan Soc - Caleland 1906s. C.P. Hoag, sec.

 

Hooker, E.H. - N.Y. 1912treas. Progressive Nat'l Com.

 

Hooker, George E. - Chicago 1911, 12civic sec. City Cl. of Chicago

 

Hooker, Katherine - S. F. 1911-13, 15

 

Hopkins, Edward W. - L.A. 1907, 12County Assessor

 

House & Garden - Philadelphia 1907s. E.L.D. Reach Circulation

 

Houser, Frederick W. - Sacramento 1905, 09, 10Calif Assb., L.A. Superior Ct

 

Houser, F.W., Campaign Com. - L.A. 1912s. Robert Mitchell, chairman.

 

Houser, Walter L. - Wn. D.C. 1911chairman Progressive Repub. Campaign

 

Howard, Clifford - L.A. 1912sec. L. A. Soc. of Social Hygiene

 

Howard, Ray - L.A. 1908, 10, 11, 15, 16, 18-20 & n.d.atty

 

Howat, Marshall, Macmillan & Crow - Salt Lake City 1921s. Ben Stewart Crew

 

Howe, Edgar F. - El Centro 1912, 17ed. & mgr. Imperial Valley Press ; The Zanjero (Supervisor of Canals) editor

 

Hoxie, George L. - N.Y. 1911electrical engr.

 

Habbard, Carson B - L.A. 1920atty for Nat'l Adjusting Assoc.

 

Hubbell Publishing Co. - N.Y. 1919s. George Heller, sec.

 

Hull, Morton Demsen - Chicago 1908atty

 

Hull, Warren - Seattle, Wn. 1920, 21

 

Humboldt County Repub. Cent. Com. - Eureka 1912s. George W. Cousins, co. clerk; s. Fred M. Kay, sec.

 

Humphreys, John H. - London, England 1912sec. Proportional Representation Soc.

 

Hunsaker, William J. - L.A. 1907, 08, 11, 12, 20atty

 

Hunt, Myron - L.A. 1912, 19architect A.C. Arnoldy

 

Hunt & Burns - L.A. 1912, 13architects s. Summer Hunt

 

Hunter, J.M. - L.A. 1911, 12mgr. Provident Mat Bldg. & Loan Assn

 

Huntington, H.E. - L.A. L.Y. 1911(2)

 

Hurlbut, J.L. - Sanata Barbara 1912 -chairman. Sta. Barb. Repub. Cent. Com. pres. Sta. Barb. Paring & Grading Co.

 

Hutchins, D. S. - S. F. Crescent City 1910, 20

 

Hutton, Frank S. - L.A. 1910, 12, 17-20atty, sec. Roosevelt Pregr. Repub. League, chairman Memorial Com. L.A. Bar Assoc.? Calif. Adj. Gen. Office, Santa Monica

 

Hutton, George H. - L.A. 1911, 16atty judge Superior Ct.

 

Imperial Co Repub. Cent. Com. - El Centro 1912s. Phil D. Swing chairman

 

Industrial Relations, Com. on - N.Y. 1912Edward T. Devine chairman exec. com.

 

Ingersoll, Luther A. - L.A.?

 

Internal Rev. Serv. - Indianapolis, S.F. 1919Ind. 1917s. Peter J. Kruger, collector ; L.A. 1920s. C. Dewitt, deputy collector

 

Inyo Co. Repub. Cent. Com. - Independence, Cal. 1912s. George R. Shuey [Scituate?], Mass

 

Irwin, Will - N.Y. 1912, 19?Progressive Nat'l Com.

 

Ickes, Harold L. - Chicago 1915, 16, 17, 19, 20 Progressive Natl Com. man fr. Ill.; chairman Progressive atty Pty of Ill.; Progr. Repub. Prelim Mtg, temp. sec.

 

Idaho Dept. of State - Boise, Idaho 1913s. W.L. Gifford, Sec. of St.

 

Jackman, S. J. - Santa Ana 1915-16chairman Orange Co. Repub. Cent. Com., (1912)

 

Jackson, J.E. - L.A. 1913see. to Elmer Grey

 

Jacobs, Isidor - S.F. 1909-12pres. Calif Canneries Co., S.F. Good Govt. chairman campaign

 

James & Ryan - Gooding, Idaho 1919s. M.F. Ryan atty

 

James, William P. - L.A. 1917 -Justice Dist. Court of Appeal (2nd dist.)

 

Jeffries, W.P., Co. - L.A. 1919, 20engravers *s. W.P. Jeffries, pres.; s. F.J. Wooley, Jr., v.p.

 

Jeffrey, J.W. - Sacramento 1911. St. (Cal.) Cmmr. of Horticulture

 

Jess, Stoddard - L.A. 1910-12, 15, 16, 18pres. & v.p. 1st Nat'l Bank of L.A. pres. L.A. Clearing House Assn. Municipal Conf. of 1913, pres.

 

Jewish Charities of L.A. (Com. on Fed. of) - L.A, 1911, 12s. Ben R. Meyer, D.W. Edelman, Henry W. Laing, Louis M. Cole, L. Beluenolt, John Kahn, Louis S. Nordlinger; s. Esther Shu, asst. sec.

 

Jewish Charities of L.A. (Fed. of) - L.A. 1915, 16, 19 n.d.same as above s. George Mosbacher, pres., s. Henry L. Klein, sec., Josephine Rosenberg, s. of L.A.

 

Jewish Colonial Trust & Nat'l Fund Com. - L.A. 1906s. H. Fram, sec.

 

Jewish Community Com. of L.A. - L.A. 1919s. Louis S. Nordlinger, sec. pre tem.

 

Johnson, Wm Templeton - San Diego 1915architect

 

Johnstone, Herbert W. - Highland, Cal. 1908, 11, 12pres. 1st Nat'l Bank of Highland ; deputy State Treasurer

 

Jones, B.R. - L.A. 1911

 

Jones, C. Colcock - L.A. 1914consulting mining engr. re: Panama Canal

 

Johnson, George H. - San Bernardino 1916-20atty Calif. Assb.,? Indus. Acc. Cmm., U.S. Army 2nd Lt.

 

Johnson, Hiram W. - S.F. Visalia, Cal. 1910 - 1918, 1920, 21atty, Gov. 1911-17U. S. Senator 1917-see also Alex. McCabe, Martin Madsen ; H.W. Jr.

Physical Description: (19 folders)
 

Johnson, Hiram W., Jr. - S.F. 1910 - 21atty sometimes s. Jack

 

Johnson for Senator Club - L.A. 1916 - 18, 22s. Mary E. Smith, sec.

 

Johnston, James A. - Sacramento 1912-14, 17, 21, n.d.chairman. Cal. St. Bd. of Control warden St. Prison at Folsom warden, San Quentin Prison

 

Johnstone, W. A. - San Dumas 1907, 08, 11, 12, 15, 16-20Pres. Bank of San Dumas First Nat'l Bk of S. Dumas memb exec. com. L. A. Co. Cent. Com. L-R Repub. Lg., Pres. State Water Cmm

 

Jones, S. P. - Minneapolis, Minn. 1911, 12Sec. Voters League

 

* Jones, William Carey - Berkeley 1908, 12, 15, 19, 20 U.C.-Dept. of Jurisprudence chairman. Admin. Bd. U.C.

 

* Jordan, David Starr - Stanford 1907, 11, 12Pres. Stanford U. chief director, World Peace Foundation

 

* Jordan, Frank C. - Sacramento 1911, 12, 19 Cal. Sec. of State J.M. Cremin, statistician

 

Juillard, Louis W. - Santa Rosa 1910, 11Calif. Assb.

 

Justice, O. M. - L.A. 1910M.D.

Physical Description: (1)
 

* Jewish Agricultural Experiment Station (at Haifa, Palestine) - N.Y. 19s. Louis Marshall, Julian W. Mack, [J W.] Magnes

 

* Johnson, Mrs. Hiram W. - Wn., D. C. 1917

Physical Description: (1)
 

Kahn, Julius - Wn. D.C. 1910U.S. Congressman (Cal.)

 

Kawakaml, K.K. - S.F. 1915, 20mgr. Pacific Press author

 

Keating, J. Edward - San Diego 1919, 20atty, justice of the peace

 

Keesling, Francis V. - S.F. 1911, 19atty ltrs. not important

Physical Description: (2)
 

Kellogg, D.D. - Pasadena 1911, 12 Pasadena City Auditor s. J.W.Prinz, deputy

 

Kellogg, Francis B. - L.A. 1908, 10-14, 19M.D.

 

Kellogg, Paul U. - N. Y. 13, 1915, 19, 20editor, The Survey

 

Kellor, Frances A. - N. Y. 1913Chf. of Service - Progressive Service Bd., Progr. Nat'l Committee

 

Kendall, B.O. Co. - Pasadena, 1915s. W. E. Olivet

 

Kennedy, Arthur W. - L.A. 1920, 21grand regent, Grand Council of the Boya Arcanum

 

Kennedy, Herbert D. - L.A. 1907Mayor's clerk & sec. to Mayor A.C. Harper

 

Kent for Senator - S.F. 1920st. Preston L. Higgins

 

Keppel, Hark - L.A. 1911, 12 Supt. of Schools, L.A. County

 

Kern, W.B. - Norwalk, Cal. 1914, 17Med. Supt. Norwalk State Hospital

 

Kern Co. Repub. Cent. Com. - Bakers field 1912Barclay McCowan, chrmn

 

Keyes, C.G. - L.A. 1908L.A. County Clerk

 

Kiefer, Daniel - Cincinnati, O. 1911not signed. Cmm. Joseph Fels Fund of Am

 

* King, Lyman M. - Redlands 1910, 11chrmn San Bernardino Co. Repub. Co. Central C. editor Redlands Daily Facts

 

King, Grace B. - Long Beach 1915pres. Women's City Club of Long Beach

 

Kings Co. Repub Cent. Com. - Hanford, Cal, s. E.R. Houston, sec.

 

Kingsbury, W.S. - Sacramento 1911 California Surveyor Gen.

 

Kingsley, Bruce Gorden - L.A. 1911? Music Travelognes musician

 

Kinney, H.H. - Pomena 1910-13pres. Pomona Times Publishing

 

* Kent, William - Kentfield, Marin Co. 1908, 10-13U.S. House of Re John E. Webb, see.

 

Klauber Wangenheim Co. - L.A. 1915s. E.E. Klauber

 

Klenert, Abram - Paterson, N. J. 1919atty

 

Kline, Eugene F. L.A. 1915, 17s. Gene former partner of Lewinsohn

 

Kline, Sheda (Mrs. E.F.) - L.A. 1921

 

Klink, Bean Co. - L.A. 1912s. C.S. Black

 

Klokke, Carl C. - L.A. 1915, 16, 19, 20res. agt. German Alliance Ins. Ass & American Alliance

 

Klokke Investment Co. - L.A. 1916, 21s. Ernst A. Klekke, treas., Korl C. Klekke,

 

Knight, George A. - S.F. 1911 Repub. Natl Com.

 

Knowles, Willes B. - San Quentin 1918, 1919prisoner

 

?Knox, Frank - Mieh. & Camp Dix, N.S. (Manehester, N.H.) 1912, 17pres. & ed. Union-Leader Publishing Co

 

* Koebig, A.H. - L.A. 1917engineer

Physical Description: (1)
 

Koenig, Samuel S. - N.Y. 1920pres. Repub. Co. Com.

 

Koepfll, S.O. - L.A. 1908, 10, 13, 14, 19 Bishop & Co.

 

Koiner, C. Wellington - Pasadena 1910, 11engineer, mgr., Pasadena Municipal Lighting Dept.

 

Krehbiel, Edward - Stanford 1916, 18-20Dept. of Head., Stanford University ; Pacific Gast rep. of Survey

 

Kuhl, Max - S.F. 1911, 18atty

 

Kunze, C.E. - Bishop, Cal. 1911ed. Owens Valley Heralal

 

Kihm, M. - N.Y. 1913sec. to [G.W.] Perkins

 

Kilner, W.H. - L.A. 1913sec. to Arthur Letts

 

Labor, U.S. Dept. of (Bureau of Labor Statistics) - Wn. D.C. 1919st. Royal Meeker, cmmt.

 

Lake Co. Repub. Cent. Com. - Lakeport 1912s. Fred A. Greene, sec.

 

Lakes - to-the-Gulf Deep Waterway Assoc. - St. Louis (Mo.?) 1912s. William K. Karanaugh, pres.

 

Lamb, W.A. - ? Sacramento 1911Calif. Assb. chrmn. com. on Retrenchment Reform

 

Lane, Franklin K. - Wn. D.C. 1913, 17, 18Sec. of Interor

 

Lang, Ellen F. - L.A. 1913

 

Lawler, Oscar - L.A. 1921atty

 

League of Justice - L.A. 1911s. A. lan I. Warren, sec.

 

Langdon, William H. - Modesto, 1911,S.F. 1919 -justice dist. ct. of appeals

 

Langley, John W. - Louisville, Ky. 1911chairman. Kentacky Repub. St. Campaign Com.

 

Langmuir, Charles H. - L.A. 1913, 15, 17, 18, 19 N.Y. Life Ins. Co. L.A. agd campaign dit. Natl Food - Pledge Campaign of the U.S. Food Admin pres. L.A. Municipal League

 

Lapp, John A. - Indianapolis, Ind. 1912 -legis. ref. lib. Indiana St. Lib

 

Lassen Co. Clerk (Repub. Co. Cent. Com.) - Susanville 1912s. George E. Bassett, co. clk.

 

Lathrop, Dorothy M. - (Mrs. John) Berkeley 1917

 

Lathrop, John E. N.Y. 1915, 17

 

American City Bureau, dit. Dept. of Exhibits

 

Laukota, Garriott Co., Inc. - L.A. 1915s. Fred A. Brown, sec. Lawyer

 

Lawlor, William P. - S.F. 1920assoc. justice Supreme Ct. of Calif.

 

Lawyers Co-op Publishing Co. - Rochester, N.Y. 1920s. Metle G. Drale

 

La Follette, Robert M. - Wn. D.C. 1909, 10, 11U.S. Senator, Wisconsin ; John J. Hauman = sec. (or Hannan)

 

League for Preservation of Amer. Independence - Wn. D.C. 1919s. James E. Clark, mgr. natl HQ; s. Fred C. Spaulding, mgr, Frank S. Hutton L.A. temp. se.

 

League to Protect the Initiative - L.A. 1920s. Bertha L. Cable, sec. lawyer

 

Lee, Bradner W. - L.A. 1913

 

Levinson & Hoffman - Chicago 1920s. Harry C. Levinson and Lea W. Hoff

 

Lewis, E. David - Cedar Rapids, Iowa 1911Cousin ofLessner

 

Lincoln Memorial University - Cumberland Gap, Tenn. 1911s. W.S. Gilbert.

 

Lincoln - Roosevelt Repub LG. - L.A. Co. Cent. Com. 1908,10s. Kemper B. Camp bell, sec.

 

Lippincott, J.B. - L.A. 1911, 12,13 15, 18asst. chief engr. L.A. Aqueduct consulting hydraulic engr.

 

Lippincott, Josephine (Mrs. J. B.) - n.d.,n.p.

 

Locomobile Co. of America, - L.A. 1913,16s. J. Murray Page res. mgr. s. H. M. Cart, branch supt.

 

Loewenthal, Max - L.A. 1919atty

Physical Description: (1)
 

Long, Percy V. - S.F. 1915city atty.

 

Long Beach, Cal. Daily Telegram - Long Beach 1913s. Geo. W. MacDonnell ad mgr.

 

Long Beach, Women's City Club of - Long Beach 1915s. Grace, B. King, pres

 

League of Calif. Municipalities - S.F. 1911s. W. J. Looke asst. sec

 

League of Justice - L.A. 1911s. A. I. Warren, sec.

 

League to Enforce Peace - N.Y. 1918, 19st. Wm. H. Taft et al, pres. st. Chas. C. Moore et al, chairman. dist. Com. Calif. Nev. Ariz. Benj. Ide Wheeler, Calif St. chairman;

 

Lee, E. M. - Jeffersonville, Indianapolis, Ind. 1914, 15, 16?Indiana Reformed Indiana Progr. State Com.?

 

Leeds, Walter R. - Sacramento 1907, 08Calif. Assb. L.A. atty

 

Leightop, E.E. - L.A. 1912, 1907, [08?]sec. Peoples Charter Conf.

 

Lelande, Harry J. - L.A. 1921sec. Meorpark Oil Co.

 

Lemon, Will F. - San Bernardino 1910chairman & st. rep. - St. Legis. Bd. Order of Railway Conductors

 

Letts, Arthur - (N.Y.) L.A. 1910, 11, 13, 19sec. W. H. B. Kilner

 

Levy, S. Leonard - Pittsburgh, Pa. 1910, 12, 13, 15, 16relig, polit, pers. rabbi Rodeph Shalons Congregation? House of the Seven Gables

 

Lewy, Raphael - N.Y. 1918M.D. chf med. examiner N.Y. Labor Dept.

 

Lewinsohn, Joseph L. - L.A. 1915, 17 - 21 see also Corresp. Out

 

Lickley, Ernest J. - L.A. 1911sap lawyer, partner of Lissner, anti. Lg of Nations. Compulsory Ed. & Evening Schools Sch. D L.A.C

 

Lincoln, Robert T. - Chicago 1909son of Abraham

Physical Description: (1)
 

Lincoln - Roosevelt Colored Repub. Lg. of So. Cal. - L.A. 1910s. Isider D. Blair, chairman

 

Lind, H.B. - Reno, Nev. 1912chairman. Nevada Progr. St. Cent. Com.

 

Lindley, Curtis H. - S.F. 1912lawyer

 

Lindsey, Ben B. - Denver, Colo 1912judge Juvenile Court

 

Linnard, D.M. - Pasadena 1911, 18mgr. Maryland Hotel California Chain - Fairmont (S.F.), pro. So. Cal. Publicity Bd.

 

Lissner, Aline 1919daughter b. [? 1912, Apr.]

 

Lissner, Bert or Bertheld - 1912, 17, 18, 24, n.d.brother

 

Lissner, Elsa (Mrs. Bert) - S.F. 1920, 21

 

[Lissner], Elsie n.d.n.p. -? same as above, signs, Sister Elsie to Doody

 

Lissner, Ermine - Greenhood (Mrs. Meyer) - 1913, 16, 18, 19, 21, n.d.

 

Lissner, Jay - Menle Pk. 1919son

 

Lissner, Louis M. - 1913, 15-17, 18, 19 21, n.d.son & jr. law partner see also Corresp. Out

 

Lissner, William - S.F. 1911cousin

 

Lissner, Henry H. - L.A. 1910, 13, 16, 17, 18, 20brother M.D.

 

Lockwood, [N. or M.] W. - Riverside 1915 17?National League for the Protection of the Family

 

Locomobile Co of America - L.A. 1913, 16s. S. Murray Page res. mgr. s. H.M. Cain branch supt.

 

Loeb, Albert I. - S.F. 1910, 12, 13, 16, 20atty

 

Loeb, Joseph P. - L.A. 1919, 20atty Loeb, Walker & Loeb

 

Loewenthal, Max - L.A. 1910, 13, 15, 19,* 20, 21atty & distrib successful American Products

 

Long, Percy V. - S.F. 1915 City Atty pres. Calif. Conf. on City Planning 1915, 16

 

Long Beach Daily Telegram - Long Beach 1913s. Geo. W. Mac Donnell ad. mg

 

Long Beach Women's City Club - Long Beach 1915s. Grace B. King, pres.

 

Loose, C.E. - Provo, Utah [1911]chrmn, Utah State Republican

Physical Description: (1 tel.)
 

Louis, E.J. - L.A. 1910, 11, 17Cmdr. U.S.N., Naval attaché to Calif. Gov. ; agt. - Fidelity & Casualty Co. of N.Y. s. Monnie, mgr. Louis Underwriters Agency

 

Loveland, Harrey D. - S.F. 1910, 11cmmr Calif. R R Cmm.

 

Lowell, A. Lawrence - Cambridge, Mass. 1919?Harvard U. pres. off.

 

Los Angeles Architectural Club - L.A. 1912s Norman D. Bishop exhib. mgr

 

L.A. Chamber of Commerce - L.A. 1908, 11-12, 13, 15, 16, 18, 20, 21s. & st. Frank Wiggins, sec.; st. H.B. Gurley, asst. sec.; s. James Slanson, pres. ; s. T.G. Williams for Clarence H. Matson, mgr. Trade Extension Cmm

 

L.A. Charter Revision Cmm. - L.A. 1912s. John J. Hamilton

 

L.A. City Assessor - L.A. 1916ptd. Walter Mallard

 

L.A. City Atty - L.A. 1910s.* John W. Shenk

 

L.A. City Clerk - 1917St. Charles L. Wilde

 

L.A. City Teachers' Club - 1919s. Burney Porter, cor. sec.

 

L.A. City Council - L.A. 1915s. W.C. Lewis, sec.

 

L.A. Dept., College of Medicine, U. of C. - 1910s. George H. Kiess, sec. of fac.

 

L.A. Education Bo. - 1915s. Wm. A. Sheldon, see.

 

L.A. Examiner - 1908, 11, 18, 20s. W. P. Anderson, mg. editor F.W. Braun mg. ed, s. [ M. F. Hansen] genl. mgr., s. W. H. Price mgr Credits & Collections

 

L.A. Freeholders Bd:- 1912s. John J. Hamilton, sec.

 

L.A. Freeholders Franchise Com. 1912, n.d.ptd. F. W. Braun minority Lewis R. Works chrmn

 

L.A. Freeholders Law Com. 1912ptd. Charles Wellborn, chrmn

 

L.A. Harbor Cmmrs - 1913, 17s. [ F. D. Woodman] pres. t. Clarence H. Matson 1917see. & traffic mgr.; s. Christopher M. Gordon pres. 1917Lissner a member

 

L.A. Health Dept., Bur of Housing Cmm, - 1915, 26s. John E. Kienle exec. sec. ; s. Dana W. Bartlett, chrmn. spec. com. on indus. housing s. F.D. [Swiger], exec. sec.

 

L.A. Herald - 1911s. H. S. Sharpless, bus mgr.

 

L.A. Highschool - 1911s. C.E. Goyette, student body pres.

 

L.A. Ice & Cold Storage Co. - 1911s. J. G. McKinney, mgr.

 

L.A. Municipal League. 1914, 16, 18, 19, n.d. &Elbert Wing, pres.; & H.S. Ryerson, sec.; s. Seward C. Simons, sec.;

 

Municipal League of s. Charles H. Langmuir, pres.; s. Authony Pratt (by E. Witbey) sec.

 

L.A. Municipal League - Recall Campaign Com. n.d.? &S.C. Graham, chrmn, & E.O. Edgerton, sec.

 

L. A. Mystic Shrine - L.A. 1912s.* Motley H. Flunt, chrmn exec. com.

 

L.A. Park Dept. - 1912, 14, 15s. C.T. Herbert, see., Bd. Pk. Cmmrs. s.* . B. Lippincott, Park Cmmt; s. F. Shearet, supt.

 

L.A. Playground Dept. - 1912, 13& Bd. of Playground Commis. ; Bessie D. Stafford, Pres. ; s. Charles S. Lamb, Sec.

 

L.A. Police Dept. - 1912, 17st. s. C.E. Sebastian, chief; s. McClain & Denman; offrs., st. C.E. McKeag, sec. Bd. Police Commrs. ; st. J.L. Butler, chief

 

L.A. Polytechnic H. S. Commerce Club 1915

 

L.A. Power Bond Com. - 1914

 

L.A. Public Utilities Bd. - 1911, 12, 14, 15, n.d.s. Theo. B. Comsteck engr. & sec (Lissner = pres.) t. ? Charles E. Warner, t. Thomas Foulkes, pres.

 

L.A. Public Works Bd. - 1906, 12, 13, n.d.s. Horace B. Ferris, s s. M.M. Humphreys, cmmr.

 

L.A. Shipbuilding & Dey Dock Co. - 1919

 

s. F.G. Phillipps, comptroller; F.P. Duncklee, asst. sec.

 

s. P.H. Barratt, sec to L.V. Hedrick Comptroller; Etle M. Leaf, v. pres.

 

s. Harry C. Todd, sec to E.M. Leaf;

 

L.A. Sec. of Social Hygiene - 1912s. Mrs. Bertholt Baruch, fin. sec.

 

L.A. Tax & License Collector - 1912t. Clarence M. Taggert

 

L.A. Y.M.C.A. - 1907, 11, 12, 13, 18, 20s. D.E. Luther, gen. sec. asst. sec. exten fund sec.

 

s. George Ballmann, exten. sec.; C.F. Quillian, asst. gen. sec.

 

s. R.E. Blewett, fin. sec.

 

L.A. (City) Civil Service - 1911s. W.A. Spalding

 

L.A. Convention League - L.A. 1911s. Frank Wiggins, sec.

 

Los Angeles County Assessor - 1911s. L.O. Weed, chf. deputy to Ed. W. Hepk

 

L.A. Co. Civil Service Cmm. - 1913, 15-17, 20st. & s. F.E. Doty, sec.

 

L.A. Co. District Atty. - 1920(Thomas Lee Woolwine) s. Tracy C. Becker

 

L.A. Co. Registrar of Voters - 1917ptd. D.B. Lyons

 

L.A. Co. Republican Central Com. - 1908, 12, 20, 21s. Bradner W. Lee, chrmm Fred Frank

 

s. Dell A. Schweitzer, Sec.; Russ Avery, chairman.; Claire Woolwine spkos B

 

st. Louis M. Dole, chairman State Com.; Alfred L. Bartlett chairman. Co. Com

 

Lubin, Simon J. - Sacramento 1915, 18cmmr & pres. Calif Immigration & Housing Cmm. of Wenstock, Lubun & Co.

 

Lucas, William Palmer - S.F. 1915prof. Pediatrics U.C. Med. Schi

 

Lundeen, K. & Co. - L.A. 1916s. Wm. Penn Henley

 

Luther, D.E. - 29A, 1908, 11gen. Sec. L.A. Y.M.C.A.

 

Lyman, E.D. - L.A. 1917atty

 

Lyon, Henry, H. L.A., Sacramento 1913, 16, 17 Calif. Senate Com. Labert Capital

 

Lyon Fireproof Storage Co. - W.A. 1918s. Frank L. Allen, Sec

 

Luce, Edgar A. - San Diego 1907, 08-13, 15-18, 20, 21atty sec. San Diego Co. L-R Repub. Club, candidate for D.A., member campanger com. Roosevelt Progressive Repub Cl. of San Diego Calif. Senate, 2nd Lt. A.S.S.C. at U. of Cincinnate, superior Cf. Judge

 

Lyons, D.B. - L.A. 1908, 11, 13, 16, 18, 20, 21 Lyons Dividends Co., pres. & mgr. Public School Com. of One Hundred, chomn., L.A. Co. Registrar of Voters

 

Lyons, Harry - Sacremento 1917Calif Assb.

 

McAleer, Thomas - L.A. 1915L.A. Co. Registrar of Voters

 

MacArthur, Walter - S.F. 1918U.S. Shipping Cmmrs off. - Navig. Service Dept. Commerce

 

McAtee, Sylvester S. - S.F. 1914,14sec. Johnson-Eshleman Non-Partisan Club, sec. Repub. St. Central Cem.

 

McBean, J. T. - L.A. 1912,13sec. Calif Assn. of Investment Corporations

 

MacBeth, Hugh E. - L.A. 1918, 26atty ? Colored Johnson for Pres. Club

 

? McBride, J. H. - Pasaslena 1915,17,18M.D., Calif Immigration & Housing Comm.

 

McBryde, Warren H. - Pinole 1912, S.F. 1919chrmn Contra Costa Co Repub. Cent. Com.

 

McCallum, John H. - S. F. 1920pres. Calif. St. Harbor Commrs.

Physical Description: (1)
 

McCan, Mrs. David C. - L.A. 1910,13 Political Equality League pres. Friday Morning Club

 

McClure, W. F. - Sacramento 1915,16,17 California Engineering Dep State engr.

 

McConnell, W. L. - L.A. 1913 Indus. Acc. Bd. Ins. Mgr. L.A. Dist.

 

McCormick, Mrs. Medill - Chicago 1912

 

McCormick, Paul J. - L.A. 1912,18judge Superior Ct.

 

McCowan, Barclay - Bakersfield, Cal. 1912mgr. owner edison Rand

 

McCabe, Alexander - Sacramento 1911 - 1920pvt. see to Gov. Johnson, Calif. Ins. Cmm.

 

McClatchy, Charles K. - Sacramento 1910, 1919, 20editor, Sacramento Bee

 

McCormick, Medill - Wa. D.C., Chicago 1912-15,17,19U.S. Rep from Ill. Ill. House of Reps. National Roosevelt Committee

 

McDonald, C.C. - Austin, Tex. 1912Texas. See of St.

 

McDonald, Hewey M. - L.A. 1908pres. L. A. Bond & Mortgage Co.

 

McDuffie, Duncan - Berkeley 1913pres. Berkeley City Planning Com.

 

McFarland, John C. - Sacramento 1917exec. sec. to Gov. Step

 

McFarlane, Peter Clark - N.Y. 1912author

 

McIlhenny, John A. - Washington, D.C. n.d.form letter pres U.S. Civ. Setv. Cmm.

 

McKeen, B.W. - Kingsburg, Cal. 1915ed. & prep. Kingsburg Recorder

 

MacKeigan, Alexander - L.A. 1913-15 Joint Bur. of Appraisal

 

McKenzie, Charles, - L.A. 1910,11,13 L.A. City Council

 

McKinney, J. G. - L.A. 1906,07,11,12mgr. L.A. Ice & Cold Storage Co.

 

McKnight, James S. - L.A. 1916

 

McLachlan, James - Washington, D.C. 1909,11U.S. Rep.

 

McLeod, George E. - S.F. 1916spl. agt. Calif Water Cmm.

 

McLucas, Victor R. - Santa Monica 1921City Atty.

 

McMillan, J. - L.A. 1921 Calif & Mex. SS Co., Swayne & Hoyt, Inc

 

McMurray, Orrin K. - Berkeley 1919U.C. School of Jurisprudence

 

McNab, James - S.F. 1910 -chrmn Calif Leges. Com. Panama-Pacific Internal

 

McQuillin, Eugene - St. Louis, Missouri 1914Missouri Circuit Ct. judge

 

McVay, W.E. - L.A. 1910-13v.p. German Amer. Savings Bank

 

McVicar, John - Des Moines, Iowa 1916,11supt. Dept. of Sts. & Pub. Imp.

 

Mabury, P.R. - L.A. 1908,11

 

Mackrille, William R. - S.F. 1910,11chief dep. clerk Calif Supreme Ct.

 

Magnes, I.D. - N.Y. 1917,18,&19res buyer

 

Mallory, L.B. - S.F. 1918? Indus Acc. Com.

 

Maltbie, Mike R. - N.Y. 1912Ommr. N.Y. Pub Service Comm.

 

Manchester, May W. - Santa Barbara 1912asst. see Sta. B. Co. Rep. Prog. Co. Central Com.

 

Manning, C. D. - L.A. 1910 L.A. Co. Bd. of Supervisors

 

Madsen, Martin C. - S.F., Sacramento 1912, 15-20? Roosevelt Progressive Repub. Lg., pvt. sec., to W. D. Stephens

 

Marcheank, George - Madera 1912Madera Co. Herticultural Cmmt.

 

Marin Co. Repub. Cent. Com. - San Raphael 1912s. S. M. Augustine exec. comm. ; s. Robert E. Graham - Marin C. Clerk

 

Marshall, George H. - Long Beach 1912 -pres. Roosevelt Club.

 

Marshall, R. B. - Wn. D.C. 1911 Interior Dept., U.S. Geol. Survey, chf. geograp

 

Marston, George W. - San Diego 1907

 

Martin, Irving - Stockton 1907, 08, 15, 18, 19 Record Publishing Co. see Lg. of L-R Repub. Cls. of Calif., Stockton Record, pres. Calif. Water Comm.

 

Martin, Norman R. - L.A. 1916, 17supt. L.A. Co. Dept. of Charities

 

Maryland Hotel Co. - Pasadena 1909, 13, 14s. D.M. Linnard, mgr. (Maryland H., Pasadena ; Virginia H., Long Beach Huntington, Pasaolena

 

Mass, Highway Cmm. - Beston 1912s. Frank I. Bieler, see.

 

Mass, Savings Ins. League - Boston, 1914s. Alice H. Grady, fin. sec.

 

Mather, Stephen T. - Chicago 1911, 12

 

Mathews, H. D. - San Jose, Cal. 1907mayor

 

Mathews, W. B. - L.A. 1918atty.

 

Matthews, J. L. - Covina 1910editor, Covina Argus

 

Matthewson, Walter G. - San Jose 1918 Calif. Indus. Welfare Comm.

 

Maxwell, George H. - Washington, D.C. 1920exec. dir. Nat'l Reclamation Assoc.

 

Mayer, Ernest - Chicago 1920

 

Medaris, Wm. R. - Chicago 1912acting see. Progr. Natl Com.

 

Mehagian, Avak S. - Pasadena 1920Jewish campaign work Palestine, Syria

 

Meeker, Royal - Wn., D.C. 1917Cmmt. Labor Statistics: Labor Dep.

 

Melbourne, J. A. - N. Y. 1912s Nat'l Republican Alliance

 

Mendenhall, W. C. - Wn. D.C., 1911Dept. of Interior, U.S. Geol Survey, chief Land Classification Bd.

 

Mendocino Co. Repub. Cent. Com. - 1910, 12s. H.F. Milliken, chrmn ; Ft. Breg s. W.O. White, sec. Ukiah - owner & ed., Ukiah Republican Press

 

Merced Co. Repub. Cent. Com. - Stevinson 1911, 12t. W. H. Joy, see. s. W. E. Morton, , chrmn., L. R. Johnson, Co. Auditor

 

Merchants & Manufacturers Assn. - S. F. 1914t Seneca C. Beach, sec., mgr. ; s. H. H. Hastings (Oakland)

 

Merriam, C. E. - Chicago 1908, 09, 12, 13u. of Chicago, Poli Sci Dept.

 

Meyer, B. H. - (Chicago Wn. D.C.) 1911fr. Wisconsin

 

Meyer, H. A. - Wn. D. C. 1911confidential sec. to Sec. of Interior

 

*Meyer, Martin A. - S. F. 1911, 13rabbi, Temple Emanu-el Visalia

 

Middlecoff, W. W. - L. A. 1915, 19atty

 

Midway Gas Company - L. A. 1912s. H. M. Daugherty, supt.

 

Miles, H. E. - Wn., D. C. 1913v.p. Chief Commerce of U. S., chrmn. Com. on Coms.

 

Miller, John B. - L. A. 1911pres. So. Cal. Edison Co.

 

Milliron, Clark J. - L. A. 1921atty

Physical Description: (1)
 

Mills, James Riverside 1908, 11, 12supt. Arlington Hts. Fruit Co.

 

Millsiaugh, Jesse F. - L. A. 1911pres. State Normal School

 

?Mitchell, E. F. - Sacramento 1910? Calif. Exec. Off.

 

Mosbacher, George L.A. 1919pres. Fed of Jewish Charities of L.A.

 

Modoc Co. Republican Cent. Com. - Alturas 1912s. J.T.Negley, sec. s. E.C. Bonner, chrmn.

 

Mono Co. [Repub. Cent. Com.] (Roosevelt or Progressive). Bridgeport 1912s George Delury, Co clerk

 

Monroe, Charles - L.A. 1910, 14, 15Judge Superior Ct,

 

Monterey Co. [Repub. Cent.] Com. - Salinas. 1912T.P. Joy, Co. Clerk

 

Moore, E.C. - L.A. 1907, 11, 12 Supt. L.A. City Schs. head, Dept. of Educ., Yale University

 

Morgan, George F.C. - S.F. 1912M.D., minister etc.

 

Morris, Isadot - L.A. 1910, 15atty

 

Morrison, M.D. - Halifax, Nova Scotia 1918dif. med. offt. Nova Scotia Workmens Compensation Bd.

 

Morrison, Willis I. - L.A. 1910-13, 1918atty ; L.A. County Repub. Centl. Com., Industrial Acc. Bd., judge Superior Repub. St. Cent. Com.

 

Mosbachel, George - L.A. 1919Pres. Fed. of Jewish Charities

 

Moseley, Alfred - Del Monte 1912Coronado

 

Moss, Leon F. - L.A. 1919atty

 

Mott, Frank K. - Oaklaud 1907, 08, 11, 12Mayor

 

Moulton, D A. - Sacramento 1911deputy controller

 

Mouser, Frank H. - Sacramento 1913, 15, 17Calif Assb.

 

Moyer, Allen - S.F. 1917-20real estate

 

Mueller, Oscar C. - L.A. 1908, 17, 18atty Pres L.A. Chamber of Commerce

 

Mulholland, William - L.A. 1911, 12, 13chf. eng. L.A. Bur. of Water Water Works and Supply

 

Mundell, M. - L.A. 1912re: Jewish vote position at Whittier

 

Munroe, W. B. - Cambridge, Mass. 1915, 16, 19 Harvard, Dept. of Govt. Woodruff Testimonial Com. - Nat'l Municipal Lg.

 

Murdock, Victor - Wn., D.C. 1915, 16U.S. Hse of Reps. Cem. Ways & Means Pregressive Nat'l Com.

 

Murphy, [W.?] - Pasadena 1915, 16

 

Mutual Life Ins. of N.Y. - L.A. 1911, 13s. H.E.Maxson, Mgr.

 

Mushet, W.C. - L.A. 1909candidate for Mayor

 

Myers, John S. - L.A. 1913, 15, 21City Auditer

 

Municipal Conference of 1913 - L.A. Apr.-Jun., 1913 - n.d.st. Vincent G.Gelcich, asst. sec.; Meyer Lissner, chrmn., Campaign Com ; t. Dell A. Schweitzer, sec.; s. F.W. Braun, treas. ; s. Stoddard Jess, chrmn.; Charles G. Andrews, chrmn. fin. com. ; s. C. Ziegler; & Louis W. Myers, chrmn. exec. Com. s. W.N. Snowden

 

Municipal League of L.A. - 1909-14, 16-19 n.d.s. J.O. Koepfli pres., C.D. Willard, sec.; st. R.W. Burnham J.A. Anderson, L. Lichtenberger, fin. com.; Edwin O. Eitgertain, sec.; s. H.S. Ryerson, asst. sec.; t. Elbert Wing, pre s. Seward C. Simons, sec.; & minutes Dec 1916, 17 Jans. Charles H. Langmuir, pres.; Anthony Pratt, sec.

 

*Myers, Louis W. - L.A. 1912, 13, 16-18, 20, 21atty. Judge Super. chairman. exec. com. Mun. Conf. 1913

 

Mun. Lg. of L.A. - s. R.E. Crandall, acting see.

 

Naftzger, A. H. - L. A. 1912, 16, 17, 20, 21chrmn. St. Coun. of Defense for Calif exec. com. & vice-chairman, Indus. Acc. Cmm.

 

Nagle, Francis G. - 1913

 

* Napapht Co. Repub Cent. Com (& Progressive Comm) - Napa 1912s, Perey S. King

 

Napthaly, S. L. - Wm., D.C. 1921

 

Nash, Joseph H. - Redwood City 1916 San Matee Co. Clk.

 

Nat'l Adjusting Assoc. - L.A. 1913st. H. Ross Douglass, mgr.

 

Nat'l City Planning Conf. (Boston) 12 1914, 15, 17s. Flarel Shurtleff, sec.

 

Nat'l Civil Serv. Reform League - N.Y. 1911s. Elliot H. Goodwin, see

 

Nat'l Economic League - Boston 1913, 16, 18, 21s. J.W. Beastson, sec

 

Nat'l Geographic Soc. - Wn, D.C. 1912s.G.P. Austin, sec.

 

Nat'l. Jewish Consumptive ReliefAssoc. of So. Cal. - L. A. 1913s. Dr. H.M. Silverberg, ticket chrmn

 

Nat'l Municipal Review - Phila. N.Y. 1914, 15, 20 *s. Clinton Rogers Woodruff ed. pub. by Natl Muni Lg. ; s*. Richard S. Chilols editor

 

Nat'l Progressive Repub. LG. - Wn., D.C. 1911s. Frederic C. Howe, sec.

 

Nat'l Repub. Alliance - N. Y. 1911s. George A. Melbourne, pres.

 

Nat'l Roosevelt Com. - Wn., D.C. 1912s. G.R. Manchester

 

Nat'l Short Ballot Org. - N.Y. 1915, 16, 18s. H.S. Gilbertson, exec

 

Nat'l. Tax Assoc. - Columbus, Ohio 1908s. Allen Ripley Foote, pres.

 

Nat'l. Young Hens Taft Cl. - Chicago 1912s. Harry Swam, sec.

 

Nauhann, Aug. - L.A. 1916, 17

 

Nat'l Municipal LG, - Philadelphia 1908, 10-12, 14-19, 21H.W. Dodds, sec * Clinton Regers Woodruff see. List. Calif. members s. Charles J. Bonaparte chrmn ; s. E. D. Chappell William Dudley Foulke, pres. Geo. Burnham, Jr. treas.

 

Negley/ James T. - Alturas, Calif. 1910, 12, 13see Modoc Co. Repub. Cent. Comm postmaster Alturas

 

Nelson, Howard Franklin - Gardena, Cal. 1916 author, inventor, etc.

 

Neumiller, C.L. - Stockton 1911, 12, 20atty Neumiller & Ditz

 

Neumiller & Ditz - Stockton 1920s. David B. Lyman C. L. Neumiller

 

Nevada Co. Repub. Cent. Com. - Grass Valley 1912s, E. H. Armstrong pres. Grass Valley Repub. Club

 

Newby, Nathan - L.A. 1911, 13atty, chairman. Civic Righteousness Com, Church Federation of L.A.

 

New Jersey State Dept. - Trenton, N.j. 1912s. [Ths. F. Main ?]

 

Newman, Harry C. - L.A. 1911 & n.d.(& Madeline) dentist

 

Newman, Lester I. - S.F. 1919med. dir. State Compensation Ins. Fund.

 

Nelles, Fred C. - L.A. 1911-13,15-20 The Nelles Co. treas., Good Govt. Org; pres & mgr Gas Power Machinery Co. supt. Whittier State School

 

Newmark, Henry M. - L.A. 1911, 12

 

Newmark, M.A.- L.A. 1909, 11, 13, 15importer

 

Newmark, M.A. & Co. - L.A. 1911, 15

 

Newmire, Earl - L.A. 1912partner of Isader Morris

 

Newspaper Enterprise Assoc. - Wm. D.C. 1911s, Gilson Garden Wn. correspondence

 

New Republic - N.Y. 1918s. Berkeley G. Tohey, circ. mgr.

 

Ng Poon Chew - S. F. 1912Reg. ed, Chung Sai Yat Po

 

Neylan, John Francis - Sacramento 1912, 13,14,15chrmn., Calif. State Board of Control, S.F. atty. publisher S. F. Call

 

Nielsen, Neil - S.F. 1915Trade Cmmr. to Am. for N.S.W. Australia

 

Nolan, George N. - L.A. 1908, 21see L.A. Charter Revision Cmm.

 

Non Partisan City Cent. Com. - L.A. 1906ptd. James A. Foshay chairman

 

Non Partisan Org. of So. Calif. - L.A. 1915 & n.d.s. Charles S. Crail, sec.

 

North American Civic LG for Immigrants - N.Y. 1914s. Frances A. Relles my.

 

Nourse, J. R. - L.A. 1916, Washington, D.C. 1920 L.A. Examiner, Universal Service, Inc. Washington Bureau

 

Nye, A.B. - Sacramento 1907, 10, 11 Calif Controller

 

Oakland, Cal., 1st Hebrew Congr. of - Oakland 1921t. Frederick Kahn, chrmn. cemetery com.; t. M. Wahrhartig, sec.

 

O'Brien, Florence J. - 1915,Chico 1919 Panama - Pacific International Exposition Cmm. of Cal. ed., Chico Enterprise

 

O'Brien, Frederick - Riverside 1912for Riverside Enterprise

 

O'Brien, P.P. - L.A. 1921pres. L.A. Board of Public Works

 

Odgers, Harriet B. - Sacramento 1912, 13, 15, 16Calif. exec. off.

 

Off, Edward T. - Mojave 1913,S.F. 1917, 1918, 1919 Cal. St. Bd. of Pharmacy res. mgr. Fairment Hotel

 

Ogden, T.A. - Redlands, 1916, 1917, [1918?], 1919, 1921asst cashier Union Savings Bank

 

Ohio Constitutional Conv. - Columbus, O. 1912s. C.B. Galbreath sec.

 

Ohio Industrial Cmm. - Columbus, O. 1916st. Emile E. Watson actuary

 

Oil Industry Assoc. - S.F. 1915

 

Older, Fremont - S.F. 1911, 12, 13, 17 The Bulletin 7 & 1 tel.

 

Oliver, James M. - S.F. 1914, 19, 20atty

 

Olmstead, Frederick Law L.A. 1911, 12Brookline, Mass. landscape architect

 

Olney, Warren, Jr. - S.F. 1920cand. for assoc. justice Calif. Supreme Ct.

 

Oneil, Phila L. - L.A. 1913, 14Chamber of Commerce

 

O'Neill, Edward - L.A. 1917Clune's Broadway Theatre

 

Orange Co Repub. Cent. Com. - Santo Ana 1912s. A. J. Jackman, chrmn.

 

Ormsey, A.S. - Martinez 1912Contra Costa Co. dep. D.A.

 

Orpheum Theatre & Realty Co., Inc. - S.F. 1919, 20s. M. Meyerfeld, Jr.

 

Osborne, H.Z. - L.A. 1911-13, 15-17, 19 Ch of C. - chrmn. G.A.R. Co. exec. dir. G.A.R. 46th Nat'l Encampment, G.A.R. St. r. cmdr-in-chief L.A. Bd. of Pub. Works, U.S. Rep. for Calif.

 

Oster, Charles - Paris, France 1911, 12author? on L-R Lg?

 

Otis, Frank - S.F. 1917atty

 

Otis Elevator Co. - L.A. 1915s. W.G.[Kennary], Keanan Dare Lever, supt. ; [Helbren,] Local service agt.; J.D. Heyt, acct; C. Leatham, service agt.; W. Lewis, G.S. Gilbert

 

Outlook - N.Y. 1911

 

Outlook Assoc - L.A. 1915s. Mrs. James F. Scherfee, pres.; Mrs. David Chambers McCan, chrmn.

 

Outlook Co. - N.Y. 1915

 

Overell, J. M., Furniture Co. - L.A. 1912s. A.G.Overell, v.p. & mgr.

 

Owen, E.H. - L.A. 1911clerk, U.S. Dist. Court

 

Owen, F.V. - L.A. 1912see Good Govt Org

 

Owen, Frank H. - Colton 1910 [Repub.] St. Committeeman ed., Colton Chronicle

 

Owens, Madison T. - Whittier 1910, 12atty

 

Owl Drug Co. - L.A. 1915, 17s. A.R. Speckt, So. Cal. District mgr. ; s. W. M. Berg, sec.; G. F. Pfaffenberger, op. mgr.

 

Oyama, Ujiro - L.A. 1919Japanese consul

 

Pacific Electric Railway Co. - L.A. 1908s J McMillan, traffic mgr.

 

Pacific Municipalities - S.F. 1911s. mg. ed. W.J. Locke, offl. publ. of League of Calif Municipalities

 

Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Cal. - L.A. 1916s. D. M. Berkeley, cahsier ; s. George I. Cochran, pres.

 

Page, Benjamin E. - L.A N.Y. 1911, 13atty

 

Palestine Relief Com. - L.A. 1915s. M.R. Newmark, chrmn. ; s. Harry A. Goldman, sec.

 

Panama - Pacific Internat'l Exposition - S.F. 1911,s. James Rolph, Jr. acting pres., Rudolph Taussig, sec.

 

Pardee, George C. - Oakland 1911, 12

Physical Description: 1 ltr, 3 tels.
 

Parsons, Edwin T. - Stockton 1915, 16

 

Pasadena, Nat'l Bank Of - pasadena 1915, 16, 17s. J.B. Coulton pres. s. Leen V. Shaw, cashier, Herbert C. Holt, asst. cashier

 

Pasadena City Assessor - Pasadena 1916s. C.S. Nelson, dep.

 

Pathe Exchange, Inc. - L.A. 1915s. [B.E. Lopen]

 

Pathe Freres - Jersey City, N.J. 1915s. Eric E. Mayell, Pathe News

 

Patton, George S. - L.A. 1915

 

Payne, George Henry - N.Y. 1912Roosevelt Com.

 

Peard, Frank F. - Buffalo, N.Y. 1916, 19

 

Pearson, B.F. - L.A. 1911, 13trustee, Whittier State School

 

Peck, Elbert E. - L.A. 1912, 15, 16, 17atty, chairman. Peoples Campaign Com

 

Pendleton, Elliott Hunt - Cincinnati, Ohio 1908

 

Pennsylvania St. Railroad Commission - Harrisburg, Penn. 1912s. Archibald B. Millar, sec.

 

Perkins, George C. - Wn. D.C. 1911u.s. Senator

 

Peoples Campaign Com. - L.A. 1913s. E.E. Leighton chrmn. compaign com

 

Peoples Charter Conf - L.A. 1912s. Edward E. Leighton, sec.

 

Peoples Lobby - Wn., D.C. 1907s. & of Henry Beach Needhaus, see.

 

Peoples Power Bond Com. - L.A. 1914, 17st. & ptd. L.H. Valentine. chrmn. ; st. M. Lissner, chrmn., Election Day Com, st Walter R. Stevenson exec. sec. ; st. V.G. Geleich, org. mgr.

 

Pepperdine, George - San Diego, 1916

 

Perkins, Dorothy - N.Y. n.d. Dec. 8

 

Perry, Everett R. - L.A. 1912, 15, 17librarian, L.A. Public Library ; ? clerk Library Bd., see. Library Bd.

 

Perkins, George W. - L.A. N.Y. 1911-13, 14-18 Progressive Party chrmn. exec. com. Progressive Nat'l Com.

 

Petterson, A.S. - Santa Barbara 1908, 15, n.d.editor Independen

 

Pew, Marlen E. - N.Y. 1915genl. mgr. Gotham Book Society

 

Peyton, David C. - Jeffersonville, Ind. 1915genl supt. Indiana Reformate

 

Phelan, James D. - S.F. 1905,?10, 11, 14, 15-17, 19U.S. Senate

 

Philadelphia, Pa. City Parks Assoc - Phila, 1914s. Andrew Wright Crawford, s

 

Phillips, [J.] - N.Y. 1913 American Magazine

 

Phillips, Ida J. - Van Nuys, 1920

 

Pillsbury, Arthur J. - S.F. 1901, 11, 12treas. & mgr. Calif. Weekly Industrial Accident Cmm, (Calif.)

 

Pinchot, Amos R.E. - N.Y. 1912, 14atty.

 

Placer Co. Repub. Cent. Com, - Auburn 1912s. _____ Lowell, Co. clerk

 

Plehn Carl C. - Berkeley 1907, 08sec. Calif. St. Commission on Revenue & Taxation

 

Plumas Co. Repub. Cent. - Com. - [Quincy, 1912][ H.P. McBeth, Co. clerk]

 

Pinchot, Gifford - Wm D.C. 1912, 16-20Forester. U. S Forest Service (Harry L. Hill = sec.)

 

Poindexter, Miles - Up. 1915, 19U.S. Senate chrmn. Com. on expend. in War Dept., chrmn., Com. on Indian Depreciations

 

Political Equality Lg. - L.A. 1910 - h.d.s. Bess Munn, see S. Grace C. (Mrs. Seward A.) Sciences, pres

 

Pond, Allen B. - Chicago 1915, 20architect

 

Pope, Bertha Mrs. A.U. Stephens for Gov.

 

Porter, Florence Collins - So. Pasadena [1913, 14], 15, 14, 16chrmn. Com. mtg. , So. Calif. Bldg. Panama-California Exposition ; Johnson for Senator

 

Porter, Melvin P. - Buffalo, N.Y. 1914sec. treas. Municipal Lg. of Buffalo

 

Portugese Republican Club, - Sacramento 1910s. John B. Martin pres

 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. L.A., SF. 1907, 17, 20 G. W. Hoet, mgr. F.S. Fell, mgr. L.A., H.C. Shaw, supt. 1st dist. Pacific Div.

 

Power, Harold T. - East Auburn, Cal. 1910-12 Placer Co. Repub.

 

Powers, L.M. - L.A. 1911M.D. L.A. Health, Dept. Health Commt.

 

Pope, Arthur Upham - Berkeley 1914Prof. U. of C. dept of Philosophy American Neutral Conference Committee, exec. sec. pro-tem

 

Pridham, R.W. - L.A. 1912, 13L.A. Co. Supervisor, chrmn. Bd. of Supervisors

 

Progress - N.Y. 1912s. George Howe, editor

 

Progress - Club - L.A. 1908s. Victor E. Hecht, , Sec.

 

Progressive Co. Cent. Com. - L.A. Co. - L.A. 1915, 1916, & n.d.s. S.C. Graham, chrmn. ; s. Mary E. Smith, acting Sec.

 

Progressive National Com. - N.Y. 1912, 18s. E.H. Hooker natl. treas. w/ Mary Garland reply H.E. Hides Com of mfrs. s. Roy C. Durstine, press bureau - H.F.W. ? Progressive Bulletin s. Frances A. Kellor , chief of Service

 

Progressive Nat'l Service - N.Y. 1913s. Edith L.M. Tate, sec. dept. of Service Org.

 

Progressive Nat'l Conv. Com. - Chicago, 1916s. F.P. Corrick, s. George F. Porter, chrmn.

 

Progressive State Cent. Com. - Calif, - S.F. 1915, 16s. Charles R. Detrick, see, s. Percy V. Long, chrmn.

 

Provident Mutual Bldg Loan Assn. - L.A 1909, 11, 13s. J. H. Hunter, sec., v-p

 

Prudential Ins Co. of Am. - L.A. 1911, 19, 20, 22s. H.B. Nelles mgr. So. Cal

 

Public School Committe of One Hunderd - L.A. 1915s. Fred E. Golding, sec.

 

Public Service Regulation - Chicago 1912s. F.H. Reed

 

Putnam, Osgood - S.F. 1912atty

 

Radcliff, George G. (tel) - Sacramento 1911 mem. Repub. St. Exee. Comi.

 

* Randall, Charles H. - Highland Park Calif. 1907, 11publisher Highland Park Herald, Calif. Assb.

 

Recorder Ptg. & Publg. Co. - S.F. 1919, 20

 

Recorder Publg. Co. - Olympia, Wn. 1911

 

Red Cross - L.A. 1919st. Bea Lawler (Mrs. Oscar), chrmn. mail sale xmas seals

 

Redlands Daily Review - Redlands 1905s. W.E.Grigsby bus. mgr.

 

Red-Light Abatement Act - S.F. 1914Mr. Calif. Campaign Com. for s. Franklin Hichborn, cor. sec.

 

Reed, Charles Wesley - S.F. 1915cmmr. & pres. State Civil Service Cmm.

 

Reed, Franklin H. - Chicago 1911ed. Telephony (Am. Telephone Sournal)

 

[Reed, Thomas H.] - San Jose 1918City Mgr. s. by see,

 

Reese, David J. - Ventura 1908, 16-19, 21ed. & prop. Ventura Free Press cmmr. & pres. State Civil Service Com.

 

Regensburg, Oscar H. Hollywood 1911see Nat'l Assoc. of the Deaf

 

* Reid, Whitelaw - Millbrae, Cal. 1908 -N.Y. Tribune min. to France, etc.

Physical Description: (1)
 

Reily, Schn A. - Patton, Cal. - 1916, 17meel. supt. So. Cal. St. Hospita

 

Remington Typewriter Co. - L.A. 1903, 04

 

Rensberger, E.C. - L.A. 1912bus. mgr. California Outlook

 

- Reppy, Roy V. - L.A. 1919genl. counsel So. Calif. Edison Co.

 

Republican Nat'l Com. - N.Y. 1912, 16, 20 James R. Reynolds sec, s. William R. Wilcox, chairman.; Raymond Benjamin, asst. to chairman.

 

Republican State Cent. Com. - Calif. - L.A. 1910, 11, 16, 17 M. Lissner, chairman., st. Charles R. Defrick, sec.; st. Raymond Benjamin asst. to chrmn. ; s. A. H. Naftzger, v-chairman.; Joe S. Crail, chairman, campaign cam.; members, Marshall Stunsen, A Russ Avery; A.J. Wallace;

 

Republican St. Cent. Com.- Calif., So. Div. - L.A. 1918, 20s. Mary E. Smith, sec.; John T. Cooper, vice-chrmn., Joe S. Crail, chairman.

 

Republican State Convention - Calif. - Sacramento 1916 s. Lee Gephant, sec.

 

Republican Ways & Means Com. of So. Cal. - L.A. 1920s. Roy C. Seeley, chairman. L.A. Com.;? mems: Harry Chandler, E.P. Clark - chairman. Advisory Com. of Nat'l Ways & Means Com. for L.A.

 

Reynolds, James Bronson - Glendale 1920,North Haven, Conn. 1921

 

Reynolds & Van Nuys Co. - Pasadena 1916, 17s. I. J. Reynolds, pres.

 

Republican State Campaign 1910 -material (news releases) from the Press Bureau, some with covering letters, in order of mailing date

 

Rhoades, Nelson O. - L.A Mexico City 1917, 20partner of James R. Garfield - Mexican counselor

 

* Rice, Phillip Hallowell - Santa Barbara 1913, 16chrmn. Santa B. Co. Repub. Progr. Co Cent. Com., real est.

 

* Richardson, Friend William - Berkeley 1911 - 1913ed. & mgr. Berkeley Daily Gazet supt. Calif. Dept. of State Printing