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A. Family and Personal Papers

Box Box 1

I. Genealogical and Other Family Papers, 1944-1950

 

A. "Records from Two Families," i.e., Goldsmith and Sleigh, including: Gelealogical notes on Goldsmith Family, typewritten copy of John Sleigh's diary describing his voyage aboard the ship "Lavinia" from England to Quebec (1832, May 21-Sep. 13), and selections from writings of Rev. James Tooker Ford (father of John Anson Ford).

 

B. Photostatic and typewritten copies of letters from Goerge Ford and Jeanette Tooker Ford written while missionaries to India (1846-1852) and to the Seneca Indians in New York (1869-1870).

 

C. Typewritten copy of Reminiscences of Juliette T. Holmes about her childhood in Quebec (1824-1840)and pioneering in Wisconsin (1856-1894) written in 1894; also genealogical notes on the Holmes Family and "Reminiscences of my Maternal Grand- parents" (Almon and Juliette T. Holmes) by Una R. Winter, 1951.

 

II. Ford, John Sawtelle. Autograph album containing writing of John Greenleaf Whittier, Daniel Webster and others, followed by the collection of John Anson Ford of letters from Woodrow Wilson, Thomas Mann and others. 1846-1954

 

III. Biographical, 1936-1958 (6 fldrs.)

Box Box 2

IV. Beloit College, 1947-1958(12 fldrs.)

 

V. Biographical Correspondence, 1936-1958 (26 fldrs.)

 

VI. Manuscripts

 

1. "Straight from the Shoulder," 1940-1942 (3 fldrs.)

 

2. "For Us the Living" (with correspondence), 1940-1945 (3 fldrs.)

 

VII. "Trip Around the World" (itinerary, correspondence, etc.), 1954

Box Box 3

VIII. Volume of letters of appreciation addressed to John Anson Ford. 1957

 

IX. Miscellany, including printed "Unpolished Verse" by John Anson Ford

 

B. Los Angeles County Government

Box Box 3

I. Historical Papers

 

1. Los Angeles County History, 1936-1954

 

2. Storage of Historical Records, 1936-1954

 

3. California Mission Trails Association, Ltd., 1940-1958 (12 fldrs.)

 

4. Death Valley Commemoration, 1941-1958

Box Box 4

5. Fort Moore Memorial [1847]-1958

 

a. Historical Background (4 fldrs.)

 

b. Pioneer Memorial Citizens Committee (7 fldrs.)

 

c. Plans, Competitions, ground-breaking, etc. (7 fldrs.)

 

d. Fiscal Papers, etc. (2 fldrs.)

 

e. Correspondence (11 fldrs.)

Box Box 5

6. Los Angeles County Centennial, 1946-1950

 

7. Monuments and Memorials (3 fldrs.)

 

a. Pueblo de Los Angeles, State Historical Monument, 1939-1958

 

b. Will Rogers Memorial, 1939-1957

 

8. Pageant "A Day in Old California," 1937-1939

 

9. Restoration of Old Buildings (5 fldrs.)

 

a. Bell House, 1949

 

b. Court House, 1940

 

c. Lugo Adobe, 1939-1951

 

d. Patriotic Hall, 1949

 

e. Pico House, 1944-1949

 

f. Plaza Square, 1949

 

II. Administration

 

1-6. (Includes: 1) "You're In the County Now" [printed], 1949; 3) Electorate [chart], 1947; 4) Functional [chart], 1934; 5) Charter, 1933-1958; Committees, 1939-1954; Public Administration; Comparison with other governmental units; Board of Supervisors' attendance, committees, work load; Governmental Administra- tive Group, 1939.)(9 fldrs.)

 

7. Consolidation, Reorganization, and Simplification of County Government, 1933-1958 (26 fldrs.)

Box Box 6

8. Administrative Instructions, 1941-1949

 

9. Board of Supervisors' Proceedings, 1934-1956

 

10. Bureau of Administrative Research and Efficiency, 1935-1946 (4 fldrs.)

 

11. County Supervisors' Association of California, 1946-1958

 

a. 1940-1949 (10 fldrs.)

 

b. 1950-1958 (9 fldrs.)

Box Box 7

12. County Employees

 

a. Classification and Numbers, 1936-1952 (2 fldrs.)

 

b. Civil Service, 1931-1958 (23 fldrs.)

 

c. County Employees' Association

 

d. Duties, Efficiency Manual, Workloads, etc., 1940-1953 (2 fldrs.)

 

e. Insurance, 1954

 

f. Recognition of Services (Merit System) and Retirement, 1936-1957 (2 fldrs.)

Box Box 8

g. Salaries, 1933-1958 (19 fldrs.)

 

h. Transportation

 

13. Biographies of County Officials, 1944-1958

 

14. Southern Empire Regional Association of County Supervisors, 1941-1957 (11 fldrs.)

 

15. Miscellaneous and Supplementary Material

Box Box 9

[Loose books and reports]

Box Box 10

III. Services

 

1. Agricultural

 

a. Agriculture Commission er, 1937-1948 (9 fldrs.)

 

b. Los Angeles County and State Arboretum, 1949-1958 (13 fldrs.)

 

c. Conservation of Wild Life, 1937-1956

 

d. Los Angeles County Fair, 1940-1958

 

e. Farm and Food Production, 1935-1947

 

f. Fishing, 1945-1958

 

g. Flood Control (23 fldrs.)

Box Box 11

h. Forestry and Fire Protection, 1936-1957 (24 fldrs.)

 

i. Live Stock, 1937-1956(11 fldrs.)

 

j. Oil (Tidelands and Beaches), 1936-1957

 

k. Perfume Project, 1936-1940 (4 fldrs.)

 

l. Water and Power, Sea Water Conversion, etc., 1936-1957 (20 fldrs.)

 

m. Supplementary

Box Box 12

2. Education, 1933-1958

 

a. Libraries

 

aa. Los Angeles County Library, 1933-1958

 

1) 1933-1939

 

2) 1940-1949

 

3) 1950-1958

 

bb. Los Angeles County Law Library, 1944-1954 (5 fldrs.)

Box Box 13

b. Colleges, Schools, Universities, 1935-1958

 

aa. Blaisdell Institute, Claremont, 1956-1958

 

bb. Claremont College, 1957

 

cc. Hermosa Beach City Schools, 1942

 

dd. Los Angeles Public Schools, 1935-1958

 

ee. Los Angeles State College, 1953

 

ff. Occidental College, 1942-1943

 

gg. Pasadena Public Schools, 1953

 

hh. University of California at Los Angeles, 1937-1958

 

ii. University of Southern California, 1935-1958

 

jj. Private Schools

 

c. Parent-Teachers' Association, 1935-1956 (9 fldrs.)

 

d. Miscellaneous and Supplementary Material (1 fldr.)

Box Box 14

3. Engineering and Planning

 

a. Mechanical Department: Maintenance, Personnel, Reports, etc., 1933-1958 (10 fldrs.)

 

b. Regional Planning Commission, 1938-1958 (5 fldrs.)

 

c. Acquisition and Zoning of County Property, 1930-1958 (26 fldrs.)

Box Box 15

d. Building and Construction

 

aa. Capital Projects, 1944-1958 (1 fldr.)

 

bb. Other than those in Civic Center, 1937-1958 (15 fldrs.)

 

cc. Civic Center

 

1) 1930-1949 (16 fldrs.)

Box Box 16

2) 1950-1959 (11 fldrs.)

 

dd. Civic Planning other than Los Angeles, 1948-1957 (6 fldrs.)

Box Box 17

e. Shoreline Planning and Development, 1940-1946

 

f. Traffic and Transportation

 

aa. Advertising, Billboards, Signals, etc., 1946-1958 (10 fldrs.)

 

bb. Aviation and Airports, 1936-1958 (17 fldrs.)

 

cc. Citizens' Committee on Traffic and Transportation, 1946-1958

Box Box 18

dd. Los Angeles Metropolitan Traffic Association, 1946-1955

 

ee. Parking, 1949-1958(1 fldr.)

 

ff. Rapid Transit, 1945-1958 (10 fldrs.)

 

gg. Roads, Highways, Freeways, 1932-1958 (16 fldrs.)

Box Box 19

hh. Safety, 1938-1958 (17 fldrs.)

 

ii. Streets and Boulevards, 1932-1958

Box Box 20

jj. Miscellaneous and Supplementary (4 fldrs.)

Box Box 21

4. Fiscal Papers, 1930-1958

 

a. Appraisals, Assessments, Assessor's Office, etc., 1934-1958 (19 fldrs.)

 

b. County Auditor, 1930-1953 (21 fldrs.)

 

c. Board of Equalization, 1935-1958 (16 fldrs.)

Box Box 22

d. Budget, 1937-1959 (25 fldrs.)

 

e. Department of Budget and Research, 1937-1958 (1 fldr.)

 

f. Insurance, 1936-1952

 

g. Los Angeles Citizens Budget Committee, 1939-1946

 

h. Property Owners' Association of California, 1940-1952

 

i. Purchasing Department: Correspondence, Reports (Chronologically only) (23 fldrs.)

 

j. Taxes: Bonds, Exemptions, Delinquent, Comparative Rates, Refunds, etc., 1931-1958 (20 fldrs.)

Box Box 24

k. Gasoline Tax, 1934-1956(16 fldrs.)

 

l. Miscellaneous and Supplementary

 

aa. County Assessor, etc.

 

bb. County Auditor, 1938-1951

 

cc. Purchasing

 

dd. Taxes

 

ee. Miscellaneous (1 fldr.)

Box Bound Volumes I-XVII

Annual Reports, 1939-1957

Box Bound Volumes XVIII

Annual Reports (Special Districts), 1956-1957

Box Bound Volumes XIX-XXVII

Bonded Indebtedness, 1944-1958, 1950-1956

Box Bound Volumes XXVIII-XXXIV

Budget, 1952-1957

Box Bound Volumes XXXV-LI

Tax Payers' Guide, 1940-1956

Box Box 25

5. Public Health

 

a. Air Pollution, 1943-1958

 

aa. 1943-1949 (8 fldrs.)

 

bb. Air Pollution Control, 1945-1949 (5 fldrs.)

 

cc. 1950-1953 (6 fldrs.)

 

dd. 1954

 

ee. 1955

Box Box 26

ff. Air Pollution Control, 1950-1953 (4 fldrs.)

 

gg. Air Pollution Control, 1954

 

hh. Air Pollution Control, 1955-1956 (2 fldrs.)

Box Box 27

ii. Southern California Air Pollution Foundation, 1954-1958 (1 fldr.)

 

jj. Supplementary Material

Box Box 28

b. Alcoholism, 1933-1958

 

aa. 1933-1958 (20 fldrs.)

 

bb. Supplementary Material

 

c. California Physicians' Service, 1939-1944 (6 fldrs.)

 

d. Care of Crippled Children, 1934-1947 (8 fldrs.)

 

e. County Coroner, Cemeteries, 1941-1958 (16 fldrs.)

Box Box 29

f. Disease and Mental Health, 1935-1957 (2 fldrs.)

 

g. Employees: Doctors, Nurses, Polio Epidemics, 1935-1958 (3 fldrs.)

 

h. Hispitals, Sanitariums, Ambulance Services, 1934-1957 (11 fldrs.)

 

i. Humane Society and County Pound, 1934-1958 (16 fldrs.)

Box Box 30

j. Sanitation, Food: Garbage, Rubbish and Sewage Disposal, Water Pollution, Sewage, 1938-1955

 

aa. 1938-1955 (24 fldrs.)

 

bb. Supplementary

 

k. Miscellaneous (23 fldrs.)

Box Box 31

6. Industry and Labor

 

a. Development, Growth, Statistics, etc., 1929-1958 (2 fldrs.)

 

b. Employment and Unemployment, 1934-1958 (18 fldrs.)

 

c. Fair Employment Practice Commission, etc., 1945-1958 (7 fldrs.)

 

d. Unemployment Insurance, Workmen's Compensation, etc., 1935-1952 (1 fldr.)

Box Box 32

e. Labor Unions, etc., 1937-1958(20 fldrs.)

 

f. Safety, 1936-1952(1 fldr.)

 

g. Miscellaneous (1 fldr.)

 

h. Supplementary

Box Box 33

7. Law Enforcement

 

a. Crime Control and Prevention, Courts, 1934-1957 (23 fldrs.)

 

b. License Control, 1940-1958 (5 fldrs.)

 

c. Juvenile Delinquency

 

aa. 1932-1939 (6 fldrs.)

Box Box 34

bb. 1940-1949 (10 fldrs.)

 

cc. 1950-1958 (10 fldrs.)

Box Box 35

d. Probation Department, 1935-1958(16 fldrs.)

 

e. Probation Camps, 1937-1958

 

f. Weights and Measures, 1937-1958 [missing 10/5/90]

 

g. Supplementary Material

 

8. Legal Papers

 

a. Public Administrator, 1933-1951 (8 fldrs.)

Volume Vol. LI

Report on Examination for the 1957 Grand Jury, County of Los Angeles

Box Box 36

b. District Attorney, 1944-1956)1 fldr.)

 

c. County Counsel

 

aa. 1936-1949 (14 fldrs.)

 

bb. 1950-1958 (9 fldrs.)

 

d. Public Defender, 1939-1958 (9 fldrs.)

Box Box 37

e. Legislation

 

aa. 1935-1949 (13 fldrs.)

 

bb. 1950-1958 (11 fldrs.)

 

[Minority groups, see IV. i. The Races]

Box Box 38

9. Music and the Arts

 

a. Art Organizations

 

aa. Los Angeles Art Association, 1937-1941 (4 fldrs.)

 

bb. Otis Art Institute (Name changed to Los Angeles County Art Institute, 1946), 1933-1946, 1956(9 fldrs.)

 

cc. Los Angeles County Art Institute (formerly the Otis Art Institute), 1946-1956 (11 fldrs.)

 

dd. Fine Arts Center of Southern California, 1938-1940, 1958 (1 fldr.)

 

b. Correspondence, etc., 1935-1958 (11 fldrs.)

Box Box 39

c. Drama

 

aa. Greek Theater, 1953-1958 (4 fldrs.)

 

bb. Pilgrimage Play: History and Organization, Fiscal Papers (1950), Correspondence (1935-1958)(20 fldrs.)

 

d. Museums

 

aa. Automobile Museum, 1948-1957 (8 fldrs.)

 

bb. Los Angeles County Museum, 1937-1953 (10 fldrs.)

 

cc. Motion Picture Museum, 1955-1957 (3 fldrs.)

 

e. Musical Organizations

 

aa. Guild Opera Co., 1948-1953 ( 6 fldrs.)

 

bb. Hollywood Bowl

 

1) Correspondence, Reports, etc. 1932-1949 (18 fldrs.)

Box Box 40

2) Correspondence, Reports, etc. 1950-1958 (9 fldrs.)

 

3) Hollywood Bowl Association: History, Organization, etc., 1938-1957 (6 fldrs.)

 

4) Clippings, etc. 1925-1951

 

cc. Los Angeles Civic Light Opera Association, 1936-1945

 

dd. Los Angeles County Music Commission, 1943-1954 (10 fldrs.)

 

ee. Music Center, 1950-1958 (1 fldr.)

 

ff. National Folk Festival Association, 1936-1956 (3 fldrs.)

Box Box 41

gg. Southern California Opera Guild, 1940-1958 (2 fldrs.)

 

hh. Southern California Symphony Association (maintaining Philharmonic Orchestra of Los Angeles), 1937-1955 (15 fldrs.)

 

ii. Hollywood Concert Association, 1951-1952

 

jj. Supplementary Material

 

10. Parks and Recreation

 

a. Camps and Playgrounds, 1936-1957 (7 fldrs.)

 

b. Correspondence, 1936-1958 (20 fldrs.)

 

c. Metropolitan Recreation and Youth Services Council, 1949-1956

Box Box 42

d. Parks and Gardens

 

aa. Athens Park, 1939-1958 (5 fldrs.)

 

bb. Barnsdall Park (including last will and testament of Aline Barnsdall), 1944-1955 (3 fldrs.)

 

cc. Bell Gardens, 1955-1956 (2 fldrs.)

 

dd. Bernheimer Oriental Gardens, 1936-1958 (7 fldrs.)

 

ee. Big Pines Park, 1938-1951 (6 fldrs.)

 

ff. City Terrace Park, 1955-1958(4 fldrs.)

 

gg. Descanso Gardens, 1951-1958 (8 fldrs.)

 

hh. East Los Angeles Park, 1956-1958 (1 fldr.)

 

ii. Echo Park, 1950-1955(2 fldrs.)

 

jj. Exposition Park (see also Coliseum), 1924-1950 (1 fldr.)

 

kk. John Anson Ford Park (Bell Gardens Recreational Center), 1955-1958 (4 fldrs.)

 

ll. Gilmore Island, 1932-1945 (8 fldrs.)

 

mm. Glendale Park, 1958 [missing 10/12/90]

 

nn. Griffith Park, 1942-1955 (8 fldrs.)

 

oo. Hancock Park (and Art Center). 1935-1958 (9 fldrs.)

Box Box 43

pp. William S. Hart Park, 1944-1958(10 fldrs.)

 

qq. Laguna Park, 1956-1958 (3 fldrs.)

 

rr. Los Angeles City Park, 1936-1958 [missing 10/12/90]

 

ss. Marine Parks, Beaches, and Shoreline Development, 1929-1958 (19 fldrs.)

 

tt. John Muir-Kings Canyon Park, 1939-1940

 

uu. Nichols Canyon Park, 1936-1941 (6 fldrs.)

 

vv. Plaza Park, 1956 [missing 10/12/90]

 

ww. Plummer Park, 1937-1958 (5 fldrs.)

 

xx. Rosewood Park, 1955-1957 (3 fldrs.)

 

yy. Will Rogers Park, 1953

 

zz. San Dimas County Park, 1939

 

aaa. Santa Anita Park, Arcadia, 1938 (1 fldr.)

 

bbb. San Vicente Park (West Hollywood), 1938-1957 (16 fldrs.)

 

ccc. Two Strike Park, 1958 (1 fldr.)

 

ddd. Greenhorn Mt. Park, 1951

 

e. Sports

 

aa. Baseball and Football, 1956-1958 [missing 10/19/1990]

 

bb. Boating, Boxing, Racing, 1937-1955

Box Box 44

cc. Coliseum, 1924-1957

 

1) 1929-1939 (10 fldrs.)

 

2) 1940-1949 (11 fldrs.)

 

3) 1950-1957 (10 fldrs.)

Box Box 45

dd. Golf, 1936-1958

 

ee. Hiking and Riding Trails (California Mission Trail Association), 1955-1958 (3 fldrs.)

 

f. Swimming Pools, 1956-1957 ( 2 fldrs.)

 

g. Miscellaneous and Supplementary

 

11. Political

 

a. Democratic County Central Committee, 1935-1958 (12 fldrs.)

 

b. Democratic State Central Committee, 1938-1958 (16 fldrs.)

 

c. Democratic National Committee, 1937-1958 (20 fldrs.)

Box Box 46

d. Communism, Fascism, Nazism, 1934-1958 (25 fldrs.)

 

e. Correspondence

 

aa. 1934-1939 (6 fldrs.)

Box Box 47

bb. 1940-1949 (10 fldrs.)

 

cc. 1950-1952 (4 fldrs.)

Box Box 48

dd. 1953-1958 (6 fldrs.)

 

f. Districts (6 vols.)

Box Box 49

g. Elections

 

aa. General, 1932-1958(11 fldrs.)

 

bb. Indices to Districts, 1946-1952

 

cc. General Elections, 1946-1956

 

dd. Primary Elections, 1946-1958

Box Box 50

ee. Record of the First Supervisorial Campaign of John Anson Ford, 1931-1949 (M.A. Thesis of Grace [Featheroff] Marshall, 1968)

 

h. Supplementary, 1935-1958 (1 fldr.)

 

i. Miscellaneous (1 fldr.)

 

12. Publicity

 

a. Correspondence

 

aa. 1934-1939 (9 fldrs.)

 

bb. 1940-1944 (18 fldrs.)

 

cc. 1950-1958 (12 fldrs.)

Box Box 51

b. Addresses, Remarks, Statements, Talks by John Anson Ford

 

aa. 1931-1939 (10 fldrs.)

 

bb. 1940-1944 (5 fldrs.)

 

c c. 1945-1948 (6 fldrs.)

 

dd. 1950-1954 (6 fldrs.)

Box Box 52

ee. 1955-1958 (5 fldrs.)

 

ff. n.d. (1 fldr.)

 

c. Addresses, Remarks, Statements, Talks by Others, 1933-1949 (12 fldrs.)

 

d. Newsletters and Newspapers

 

aa. 1935-1956 (9 fldrs.)

 

bb. Newsletter, 1934

 

cc. Weekly Newsletter, 1935

 

dd. Weekly Newsletter, 1936

 

ee. Weekly Newsletter, 1937

Box Box 53

ff. Weekly Newsletter, 1938

 

gg. Weekly Newsletter, 1939

 

hh. Legislative Records, 1934-1949

 

ii. Weekly Newsletter, 1940

 

jj. Weekly Newsletter, 1941

 

kk. Weekly Newsletter, 1942

 

ll. Weekly Newsletter, 1943

 

mm. Weekly Newsletter, 1944

 

nn. Weekly Newsletter, 1945

Box Box 54

oo. Weekly Newsletter, 1946

 

pp. Weekly Newsletter, 1947

 

qq. Weekly Newsletter, 1948

 

rr. Weekly Newsletter, 1949

 

ss. Weekly Newsletter, 1950

 

tt. Weekly Newsletter, 1951

 

uu. Weekly Newsletter, 1952

 

vv. Weekly Newsletter, 1953

Box Box 55

ww. [Weekly Newsletter, 1954]

 

xx. Weekly Newsletter, 1955

 

yy. Weekly Newsletter, 1956

 

zz. Weekly Newsletter, 1957

 

aaa. Weekly Newsletter, 1958

 

e. Radio and Television Programs, Schedules, etc., 1936-1955

 

f. Radio Broadcasts by John Anson Ford

 

aa. 1935-1936 (20 fldrs.)

Box Box 56

bb. 1937 (35 fldrs.)

 

cc. 1938 (42 fldrs.)

 

dd. 1939 (41 fldrs.)

Box Box 57

ee. 1940 (21 fldrs.)

 

ff. 1941 (9 fldrs.)

 

gg. 1942 (9 fldrs.)

 

hh. 1943

 

ii. 1944 (2 fldrs.)

 

jj. 1945 (4 fldrs.)

 

kk. 1946 (4 fldrs.)

 

ll. 1947 (25 fldrs.)

Box Box 58

mm. 1948 (39 fldrs.)

 

nn. 1949 (45 fldrs.)

 

oo. 1950-1958 (5 fldrs.)

Box Box 59

g. Radio Broadcasts by Others, 1936-1958 (19 fldrs.)

 

h. Roads to Romance (California Promotion), 1941-1958 (13 fldrs.)

 

i. "Thoughts for the Month" by John Anson Ford, 1950-1955

 

j. Supplementary

Box Box 60

13. Recording

 

a. County Clerk, 1935-1953 (14 fldrs.)

 

b. County Recorder, 1933-1956 (14 fldrs.)

 

14. Welfare

 

a. Agencies

 

aa. Citizens Advisory Committee on Public Assistance, 1945

 

bb. Committee on Opportunities and Needs of the Aging (CONA), 1949-1955 (reorganized in 1955 as Los Angeles County Committee on Aging [LACCOA])

 

cc. Committee on Aging (LACCOA), 1955-1958

Box Box 60

dd. Community Chest of Los Angeles Area, 1937-1953

 

ee. Council of Social Agencies of Los Angeles, 1937-1943

 

ff. Los Angeles County Youth Commission, 1939-1956

Box Box 61

gg. Metropolitan Recreation and youth Services Council

 

aaa. 1941-1949 (5 fldrs.)

 

bbb. 1950-1957 (6 fldrs.)

 

hh. National Youth Administration for California, 1938-1942

 

aaa. 1938-1942

 

bbb. Youth Coordinating Councils, 1950-1956

 

ccc. Miscellaneous and Supplementary

 

ii. Senior Citizens' Service Center, 1950-1958

 

jj. Service Clubs, etc., 1944-1954

 

kk. Welfare Commission of Los Angeles County, 1944-1954

Box Box 62

ll. Welfare Council of Metropolitan Los Angeles, 1945-1953

 

mm. Welfare Federation of Los Angeles Area, 1952-1958 (1 fldr.)

 

nn. Welfare Planning Council of Los Angeles Region, 1953-1958

 

b. Department of Public Assistance

 

aa. Case Activities, Costs, Loads, etc., 1936-1955

 

bb. Child Care, Adoptions, Needy Children, etc., 1938-1958 (13 fldr.)

Box Box 63

cc. Correspondence, Reports, etc., 1931-1958 (24 fldrs.)

 

dd. Old Age Assistance, Social Security, etc., 1938-1958

 

c. Department of Charities

 

aa. Laws, Ordinances, Structure, Personnel, etc., 1935-1958 (1 fldr.)

Box Box 64

bb. Correspondence, Reports, etc.

 

aaa. 1933-1939 (7 fldrs.)

 

bbb. 1940-1949 (12 fldrs.)

 

ccc. 1950-1958 (8 fldrs.)

 

cc. Tie Project, 1942-1957 (12 fldrs.)

Box Box 65

dd. Toy Loan Project, 1936-1958(18 fldrs.)

 

d. Housing

 

aa. 1935-1939 (3 fldrs.)

 

bb. 1940-1949 (10 fldrs.)

 

cc. 1950-1959 (7 fldrs.)

Box Box 66

e. Veterans' Affairs, 1939-1958(17 fldrs.)

 

f. Miscellaneous and Supplementary [loose material]

Box Box 67

IV. Relations

 

1. Civic

 

a. All Year Club, 1928-1956 (7 fldrs.)

 

b. Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce

 

aa. 1931-1939 (7 fldrs.)

 

bb. 1940-1949 (10 fldrs.)

 

cc. 1950-1958 (9 fldrs.)

 

c. Chambers of Commerce, Neighboring, 1928-1958 (12 fldrs.)

Box Box 68

d. Los Angeles Civic Committee (Los Angeles Beautiful, etc.), 1939-1957 (2 fldrs.)

 

e. Correspondence between Mayor Bowron and Supervisor John Anson Ford

 

f. Municipal League of Los Angeles, 1931-1958 (6 fldrs.)

 

g. Town Hall, 1949-1951(1 fldr.)

 

h. Miscellaneous (1 fldr.)

 

i. Supplementary

 

2. Community

 

a. Church Federation of Los Angeles County, 1938-1955

 

b. Los Angeles County Conference on Community Relations, 1947-1958 (2 fldrs.)

Box Box 69

c. Los Angeles County Commitee for Church & Community Cooperation, 1938-1954 (18 fldrs.)

 

d. Los Angeles County Federation of Community Coordinating Councils, 1951-1956 (1 fldr.)

 

e. Miscellaneous (2 fldrs.)

 

3. State of California

 

a. Agricultural, 1937-1958 (1 fldr.)

 

b. California Council (Federation) for Civic Unity, 1946-1950 (2 fldrs.)

 

c. Correspondence, 1935-1956 (21 fldrs.)

 

d. Department of Industrial Relations, 1942

 

e. Department of Natural Resources, 1947

Box Box 70

f. Fiscal, 1939-1958

 

g. League of California Cities, 1950-1955 (1 fldr.)

 

h. California League of Unincorporated Communities, 1951 (1 fldr.)

 

i. Legislation, 1943-1957

 

j. California Mission Trails Association, 1952-1953

 

k. Municipal League of Los Angeles, 1936-1939 (1 fldr.)

 

l. Property Owners' Association of California, 1945-1955

 

m. California Recreation Commission, 1957-1958

 

n. California State Chamber of Commerce, 1937-1958 (12 fldrs.)

 

o. Miscellaneous (1 fldr.)

 

p. Supplementary

Box Box 71

4. Federal

 

a. Correspondence, 1934-1958

 

b. Federal Offices in Downtown Los Angeles

 

c. "I am an American," 1939-1943

 

d. Committees, Conferences, Legislation, Reports, etc., 1929-1958

 

e. Works Progress Administration, 1936-1948

 

f. Supplementary

Box Box 72

5. International

 

a. Agencies

 

aa. American Council on Race Relations, 1945-1946

 

bb. Citizens Committee for Latin American Youth, 1943

 

cc. Los Angeles County Committee on Human Relations, 1945-1958

 

dd. Los Angeles County Committee for Interracial Progress, 1942-1949

 

b. Conference on Race Relations, Chicago, March 21-22, 1944

 

c. Education, 1936-1950

 

d. Flag-Raising Ceremony for the American Republics and Canada, 1942-1943

Box Box 73

e. Golden Gate International Exposition, Los Angeles County World's Fair Commission, 1937-1954

 

f. Las Fiestas de las Americas, 1941-1952

 

g. Palos Verdes Statue to Democracy, 1943-1958

 

h. Peace Organizations

 

aa. League of Nations, 1942-1945

 

bb. Moral Rearmament, 1938-1955

 

cc. United Nations, 1942-1957

 

dd. United States Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), 1948-1953

Box Box 74

ee. Miscellaneous Peace Organizations [missing 12/13/90]

 

i. The Races

 

aa. Chinese, 1936-1945

 

bb. Japanese, 1935-1958

 

cc. Jewish, 1934-1958

Box Box 75

dd. Mexican, 1933-1958

 

ee. Negro, 1936-1958

 

j. Racial Interdependence, 1944-1947

 

k. Simon Bolivar Memorial Foundation, 1948-1950

 

l. Southern California Council for Inter-American Affairs, 1933-1945

 

m. Veterans' Organizations, American Legion,Veterans, 1937-1958

Box Box 76

n. World War II

 

aa. Civil Defense, 1942-1954

 

bb. Conscription, Manpower, etc., 1942-1948

 

cc. County Employees, Military Records,Letters, Loyalty Oath, etc., 1941-1948

 

dd. War Relocation Authority (see also Japanese under Races), 1942-1945

 

ee. Miscellaneous, 1936-1953

 

o. Post War Papers: World Trade and Government, etc., 1942-1953

 

p. Miscellaneous