This collection consists of the papers of Los Angeles lawyer Marshall Stimson (1876-1951).
Includes materials related to California and national politics (including Hiram Johnson and the Progressive Party "Bull Moose"
Convention of 1912),
Homer Lea, the League of Nations, and World War II. The collection also contains the diaries of Stimson's wife, Mary Gordon
Marshall Stimson (1876-1951), a Los Angeles lawyer, was active in civic affairs and was
instrumental in the development of the Los Angeles Harbor. He was director of the
Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce and active in reform movements in state and local
governments. Stimson was prominent in Republican politics and organized the
Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican League of California (1907) and the Progressive Party
in California (1912). He was also active in supporting the League of Nations and the
Approximately 932 pieces in 11
boxes, 13 volumes, and 1 case.
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