The collection consists of correspondence, contracts,
reports, and articles primarily concerning the mining and petroleum industries in
California in the years preceding and including World War II.
Sloan Flack was a lawyer and investor in Los Angeles, California. The 1941 Los
Angeles city directory lists his office location as 411 W. 7th Street, and he lived
on Genesee Avenue with his wife, Louise.
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This collection is open for research.