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Folder  11

Transportation - Highways 1900 - 1940

Approx. 20 items: selection of LAT, Automobile Club and other sources, with information on planning, construction and operation of highways within California and beyond. Notable item: 10-pp. stapled "pamphlet," "Distribution of California Highway Revenues," 3/21/1938, by J. Allen Davis.
Box  658

Reference Files - General

Folder  1

Transportation - Pacific Electric Interurbans 1935 - 1987

6 items: 1935 brochure with price lists, time schedules and description of the "Mt. Lowe Famous Mile High Mountain Railway trip" ; undated newspaper article clip, "All areas of city served by big red, yellow cars" ; LAT tear sheet, 7/22/1973, "L.A.'s Big Red Cars--they went places" ; clip, Wall St. Journal, 8/14/1974, "In the Good Old Days, U.S. commuters were better off than now" ; LAT clip, 11/11/1975, Art Seidenbaum's column with headline "Fare of yesterday," on the Pacific Electric Railway; ; LAT clip, 10/15/1984, "Our cable car climbed halfway to the stars, too," on the Mt. Lowe spur of Pacific Electric ; letter copy, 3/16/1987, from David M. Callahan of Los Angeles to Evelyn Wolfe of LAT Real Estate section about "Pacific Electric's 1200 mile system..."
Folder  2

Transportation - Railroads 1885 - 1985

Approx. 15 items: collection of LAT clips and copies on the operations of railroads in Southern California, especially the Southern Pacific. Notable items: two "Santa Fe System Bulletins" (3/1928 & 6/1929) ; 10-pp. excerpt from The Big Four, by Oscar Lewis, 1938 ; 16-pp. booklet, Railroads and Railroad Wages - 1938 ; flyer advertising "1984 Railroad Calendars," from Golden West Books.
Folder  3

Transportation - Rapid Transit District 1980 - 1992

Approx. 15 items: LAT clips and flyers, bulletins, brochures, etc., from the transportation agencies involved in mass transport in L.A. County, especially Southern California Rapid Transit District, including 1980s planning and the 1986 groundbreaking for the first Metro Rail line. Notable items: several Los Angeles County Transportation Commission newsletters, 1988 - 1989 ; 10.5 x 14" booklet, Metro Rail - the First Phase...getting to know Metro Rail, from RTD ; brochure, ca.1990, The Metro Blue Line, Long Beach to Los Angeles Rail Service (English / Espanol).
Folder  4

Transportation - Reports and Interviews 1973 - 1974

3 items: 23-pp. (pink sheets) headed "Taping with Neil Petree on (3/20/1973)" ; 12-pp. (green sheets) headed "Tape #3 with Asa V. Call on 4/2/1973, on the development of transportation in Southern California, the Automobile Club, the freeway system, etc. ; spiral-bound booklet, Evaluation--transit systems proposals, Southern California Rapid Transit District & Orange County Transit District (prepared for The California Legislature), 5/31/1974 (binding removed).
Folder  5

Transportation - Southern Pacific Railroad 1933 - 1981

5 items: 105-pp. (clipped but appears incomplete) title - "Historical Outline - Southern Pacific Company" (3/1933, noted on p. 2) ; booklet, Seventy-Five years of Progress, by Erle Heath, 12/1945 ; tear sheet, Sunset, 8/1953, "The Main Line," (SP ad) ; complete issue, Southern Pacific Bulletin, 8/1955 ; brochure for "Railfair Sacramento 1981 - California State Railroad Museum, May 2 to 10, 1981.
Folder  6

Transportation - Streets Railways 1889 - 1988

Approx. 10 items: photocopy of 1889 event -- opening of cable car line to Boyle Heights ; photocopy of 1902 scene -- a horse-drawn trolley in Echo Park, 1902 ; LAT article copy, 6/9/1889, opening of Los Angele Cable Railway ; LAT article copy, 12/16/1911, "Links of Steel to a new city," on Pacific Electric line to Van Nuys ; LAT clips from 1930, 1933 on various aspects of street railway operations ; four 1988 flyers related to the history of rail / streetcar service in Los Angeles, 1880s to 1960s ; article copy, Southern California Quarterly, Fall 1987, "America's electric railway beginnings ... trolleys and daft dummies in Los Angeles."
Folder  7

Transportation - Union Station 1914 - 1989

40+ items: 14-pp. booklet, Joint Passenger Station, etc., etc.... (ca. 1921) ; oversize folded sheet, plans titled "Union Passenger Terminal at the Plaza" (L.A.), 3/1926 ; oversize folded sheet labeled "L.A. Union Depot Plans (9/1933) ; oversize, L.A. Union Passenger Terminal Map" - 9/13/1934 ; booklet, Railroads Build the Nation, 1869 - 1939, Union Station Celebration Committee, 1939.
Folder  8

Unidentified Flying Objects 1947 - 1969

Approx. 10 items: LAT copies, news stories, editorials and report on a (George) Gallup Poll done in 1947 related to reports of unidentified flying objects.
Folder  9

Urban Crises 1975

3 items: LAT clips, op-ed articles, 8/31/1975, "Arbitration could cap those walkouts," and "Police use powerful weapon" ; LAT clip, editorial, 9/4/1975, "The New York lesson" ; article clip, Wall St. Journal, "When cops and teachers strike."
Folder  10

Urban Growth 1950, 1958

Approx. 15 items: LAT column copy, 3/26/1950, "A suburb is nothing if its City withers" ; copies of a multi-part LAT series, "Exploding Metropolis,"which ran in 11/1958, with daily headlines such as "Life changes in America's cities," "Slum problems worse...all big cities affected" and "Subdivision's march blights green areas." Also included is a memo dated 10/20/1958, from Nick B. Williams to Taylor Trumbo of the City Desk related to the series being prepared (see entry above).
Folder  11

Utopian Communities 1992

2 items: two articles clipped from Antelope Valley Press, 7/9/1992, "Authors relate story of colorful Llano history," and "Authors chronicle [socialist] colony's battles." The articles relate the research and writing of a book, Bread and Hyacinths: the Rise and Fall of Utopian Los Angeles, including a desert community called "Llano," which Harrison Gray Otis is accused of trying to crush with his powerful influence.
Folder  12

Venice (California) 1985 (on 1935)

1 item: 10-pp. article tear sheet from Los Angeles (mag), 6/1985, "The Summer of '35." This article discusses Venice beach and other 1930s attractions.
Folder  13

Water - Articles and Pamphlets (1 of 2) 1929 - 1980

Approx. 25 items: a selection of book excerpts, journal articles, brochures, etc., related to the issue of water in Los Angeles and Southern California, from Spanish era into the 20th century. Notable items: 6-pp. of thesis written for Claremont College, 1929, by John Homer Williams, "Los Angeles Times and public opinion" ; article tear sheet, The American West, 3/1968, "Water, land, and people in the Great Valley [California's Central Valley]" by Paul S. Taylor ; two L.A. Dept. of Water & Power brochures, 1971 and 1972 ; 12-pp. booklet (w/ 2 maps), "From Pueblo to Metropolis - water and power in the story of Los Angeles," 1971? ; tear sheets, Southern California Quarterly, Spring 1973, "Shaping California water law, 1781 to 1928." Split into two folders.
Box  659

Reference Files - General

Folder  1

Water - Articles and Pamphlets (2 of 2) 1929 - 1980

Approx. 25 items: a selection of book excerpts, journal articles, brochures, etc., related to the issue of water in Los Angeles and Southern California, from Spanish era into the 20th century. Notable items: 6-pp. of thesis written for Claremont College, 1929, by John Homer Williams, "Los Angeles Times and public opinion" ; article tear sheet, The American West, 3/1968, "Water, land, and people in the Great Valley [California's Central Valley]" by Paul S. Taylor ; two L.A. Dept. of Water & Power brochures, 1971 and 1972 ; 12-pp. booklet (w/ 2 maps), "From Pueblo to Metropolis - water and power in the story of Los Angeles," 1971? ; tear sheets, Southern California Quarterly, Spring 1973, "Shaping California water law, 1781 to 1928." Split into two folders.
Folder  2

Water - Board of Commissioners of Water Department 1903 - 1907, 1925, 1978

Approx. 35 items: selected copies of minutes for meetings of the Board of Water Commissioners, City of Los Angeles for the period 1903 - 1907. Notable items: copies of correspondence involving William Mulholland, Fred Eaton, F.P. Flint, James P. Vroman and others in the same time frame ; 5-pp. copied from "Water Commissioners' Report for the Year ending November 30, 1905," by William Mulholland, et al.
Folder  3

Water - Clippings 1883 - 1987

Approx. 30 items. LAT features, news stories and editorials on water, irrigation, water bonds, etc., from 1880s to 1970s. Notable items: brochure, "Water from the North," prepared by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California," 8/1972 ; 6-pp. article tear sheet, Westways, 7/1974, "Driving down the River," by Jack Smith.
Folder  4

Water - Colorado River 1903 - 1973

35+ items: collection of maps, booklets, brochures, and LAT news stories and editorials, plus some undated material. Notable items: stapled booklet, American Society of Civil Engineers, 1924, "The Colorado River problem" ; original booklet, Colorado River Fact-finding Committee of Utah, 4/20/1928, "Colorado River Development - Economic Necessity vs. Political Expediency" ; 24-pp. booklet, (Central Arizona Project) "The Nation's most fantastic project," 1949 ; booklet, "California's stake in the Colorado River" (Colorado River Board of California) , 1962 ; etc.
Folder  5

Water - Colorado River Aqueduct 1926 - 1969

Approx. 20 items, a large proportion of them produced by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Notable items: booklet, "Facts - Colorado River Aqueduct" (MWDSC),, 8/1931 ; booklet, "Water for Thirteen Cities in the Metropolitan..." (MWDSC), 1935 ; news release from Rep. Norris Poulson, "Arizona scheme threatens reclamation appropriations..." (1949) ; booklet, Colorado River Aqueduct, 10/1950, (MWDSC) ; pp. 81-86 of a transcript labeled "oral history" with a report on Colorado River Water by Clayburn C. Elder, Hydroelectric Engineer, UCLA, 1969 ; booklet, "Water from the Colorado River" (MWDSC), 8/1931 ; etc.
Folder  6

Water - Colorado River Aqueduct 1931 - 1973

8 items, booklets, brochures, and other materials: booklet, "Water from the Colorado River" (MWDSC), 8/1931 ; booklet, "Colorado River Aqueduct" (MWDSC), 3/1935 ; stapled report, Plan for a celebration in Los Angeles to commemorate the Four Hundred Anniversary of the discovery of the Colorado River," prepared by several water agencies, including MWDSC, 3/5/1940 ; article tear sheet, California - magazine of the Pacific, 3/1949, "The fight for Colorado River water" ; booklet, "San Diego's quest for water" (MWDSC), 1947 ; booklet, "California's stake in the Colorado River" prepared by the Colorado River Board of California, 1954 ; complete issue, Byjac News (Borg-Warner Corp., 5/1960, "Colorado River Aqueduct completed."
Folder  7

Water - Fallbrook 1951 - 1961

Approx. 15 items: LAT clips and copies over a ten year period recording the legal battle between the San Diego County town of Fallbrook and the U.S. government over water rights - LAT originally broke the story.
Folder  8

Water - Feather River Project 1955 - 1973

Approx. 25 items: a selection of LAT editorials, a news story and a Westways tear sheet, on the Feather River Project, a plan to bring northern California water to the southern counties of the state. The project lasted from the 1940s into the 1970s.
Folder  9

Water - Hoover Dam 1926 - 1985

30+ items: selection of LAT editorials, news stories, and material from other sources, on Hoover Dam. Notable items: letter copy, 6/1/1926, from Sen. Hiram Johnson to Franklin Hichborn of San Francisco, mentioning Harry Chandler's "assault upon me," and his push for an "entirely different scheme for the control of the Colorado River" ; a reproduction of Boulder Dam bill (H.R. 5773) passed by House of Representative," the booklet is 22-pp. ; several tear sheets. The Bulletin (S. Fran.), month of 6/1928, articles on dam plans, with criticism of Sen. Hiram Johnson ; original preprint, The Magazine of Wall Street, 1/12/1929, "What Boulder Dam really means to the nation" ; undated brochure, "Boulder Canyon Dam," describing "Eighth Wonder of the World," prepared by National Bank of Commerce ; map, Department of the Interior, "Boulder Canyon Reservoir Site," 1930 ; map/informational brochure, "Hoover Dam," 1931, produced by Union Pacific System ; 30+ pp. booklet, "White Gold - the Story of Hoover Dam," 1931, produced by American Steel & Wire Co. ; LAT tear sheet, 9/22/1985, ""50-year-old Hoover Dam fulfills a massive promise."
Box  660

Reference Files - General

Folder  1

Water - Los Angeles Aqueduct - Articles and Pamphlets 1909 - 1988

approx. 20 items: collection of material on above topic including some major articles. Among the significant articles with sources and dates: Sunset, 12/1909, "Water for Millions--building the great aqueduct...to supply Los Angeles" ; personal account of Jack Heyser, 1939, "Los Angeles City Fathers go water hunting...the birth of the Owens River Aqueduct" ; American Heritage, 12/1961, "The Water War" ; Historical Society of Southern California Quarterly, 3/1963, "Myth-making in the Los Angeles Area" ; California Historical Quarterly, "The politics of California water-- Owens Valley and the Los Angeles Aqueduct, 1900-1927" ; California History, 9/1986, "Picnic at Alabama Gates...the Owens Valley Rebellion, 1904-1927" ; Historical Society of Southern California, Fall 1988, "The Los Angeles Aqueduct -- 1913 -1988, A 75th Anniversary Tribute."
Folder  2

Water - Los Angeles Aqueduct - Clippings 1904 - 1992

50+ items: material from across several decades, from LAT, memos, letters and two issues of Heritage (a publication of Southern California Library for Social Studies & Research) from 1991 and 1992, on the aqueduct from the Owens Valley along the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada to Los Angeles/San Fernando Valley. Includes some material on the film Chinatown, starring Jack Nicholson, the plot of which owed a great deal to actual events between 1905 and the 1920s. Some persons in The Times hierarchy stood to profit from the water plan and the newspaper pushed it strongly.
Folder  3

Water - Reports (1 of 2) 1931 - 1972

4 items: 15-pp. bound report, MWDSC - Need for action on the Metropolitan Water District Aqueduct Project, by F.E. Weymouth, 8/1/1931 ; 21-pp. bound report, The proposed Metropolitan Water District Bond Issue, by F.E. Weymouth, 8/3/1931 ; 52-pp. bound report, California Legislature Joint Interim Committee on Water Problems, 1941 - 1942, Data information and itinerary covering inspection of water problems in Southern California, 2/2 - 2/9, 1942, No. IV ; 88-pp. bound booklet, The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California - Official Statement $100,000,000 Series E Waterworks Bonds..., 2/8/1972. Split into two folders.
Folder  4

Water - Reports (2 of 2) 1931 - 1972

4 items: 15-pp. bound report, MWDSC - Need for action on the Metropolitan Water District Aqueduct Project, by F.E. Weymouth, 8/1/1931 ; 21-pp. bound report, The proposed Metropolitan Water District Bond Issue, by F.E. Weymouth, 8/3/1931 ; 52-pp. bound report, California Legislature Joint Interim Committee on Water Problems, 1941 - 1942, Data information and itinerary covering inspection of water problems in Southern California, 2/2 - 2/9, 1942, No. IV ; 88-pp. bound booklet, The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California - Official Statement $100,000,000 Series E Waterworks Bonds..., 2/8/1972. Split into two folders.
Folder  5

Watergate. 1969 - 1974

Approx. 25 items: LAT editorials and news stories, other material from news magazines, etc. Notable items: LAT editorial, 5/10/1974, "The President should be impeached" ; booklet of reprints from LAT, 5/1974, "The White House vs. Television News" ; complete issue of Newsweek (mag), 8/19/1974, "Special Issue" on Nixon resignation and Ford's taking office as President.
Folder  6

Watts Riots 1965 - 1976

25+ items: news stories from August, 1965, when the riots were in progress ; booklet of reprints from LAT, run in 10/1965, "The View from Watts."
Folder  7

Wilmington Drum Barracks 1965

1 item: LAT column, 9/7/1965, "Drum Barracks role recognized."
Folder  8

Women 1893 - 1986

30+ items: LAT articles on "firsts" achieved by Los Angeles and California women ; 1893 LAT editorial, "The Nude in Life," on subject of modesty and morals ; 5-pp. chronological list of LAT stories dealing with women (incl. many poems by Mrs. H.G. Otis ; 11-pp. report (connected possibly to USC) on women's achievements in and around Los Angeles, and the information covers the period up to the 1970s ; article copy, Westways, 1/1974, "Magic in Los Angeles."
Box  661

Reference Files - General

Folder  1

World Affairs 1931, 1975

3 items: LAT editorial, 9/23/1931, "The Sterling Crisis" ; LAT editorial, 5/16/1975, "Pirates take note" ; tear sheet, Time (mag), 8/4/1975, "A star-studded summit spectacular."
Folder  2

World Affairs - League of Nations 1917 - 1975

Approx. 15 items. A selection of editorials and news stories on the League of Nations, including: editorial, 7/17/1917, "A needed League of Peace" ; editorial, 2/5/1933, "Fourteen years later," a summing up of the pros and cons of the League of Nations ; Santa Monica Outlook, 1/23/1975, "Ford signs treaty proposed in 1925 (at the time of Pres. Coolidge and the League of Nations).
Folder  3

World Affairs - United Nations 1945 - 1966

Approx. 20 items: a selection of LAT editorials on the United Nations, from early ones such as "First step to World security" run on 6/27/1945, to those written in the following two decades on issues such as Red Chinese membership, etc.
Folder  4

World Affairs - World Court 1923 - 1932

6 items: editorials on US support for the World Court--LAT generally seemed to support it.
Folder  5

World War I 1917 - 1919, 1976

Approx. 15 items: plastic sleeve containing news stories and editorials on World War I and American participation in that conflict ; 103-pp. copy of a Stanford University thesis, 1953, "The California Press and the World War--March 1, 1917 - May 20, 1917" ; other material on LAT coverage of WW i.
Folder  6

World War II 1933 - 1941

Approx. 45 items: LAT editorials and news stories covering the period from the early 1930s, when German and Japanese aggression against both neighbouring countries and their own citizens came to light, also material on many aspects of the lead-in to World War II for the USA.
Folder  7

World War II 1941 - 1945, 1979

Approx. 20 items: LAT editorials and news stories on various wartime issues, starting with the February 1942 "air raid" on Los Angeles which turned out to be a false alarm, ending with last year of war ; LAT front page, 2/26/1942, "Army says alarm real...Roaring guns mark blackout" ; Los Angeles (mag) story about "1941," a Steven Spielberg film about the previously mentioned air raid - article ran 11/1979.
Folder  8

World War II - Censorship 1942

2 items: LAT announcement on withholding information on President Roosevelt's wartime movements, 10/2/1942 ; LAT editorial, 10/2/1942, "President's tour," related to announcement above.
Folder  9

World War II - Fifth Column 1938 - 1940

Approx. 10 items: reports, memos and letters on the subject of Nazi "fifth columnists," Japanese subversives in the US and those seeking to undermine the US government.
Folder  10

World War II - Japanese Relocation 1942 - 1944

Approx. 75 items: LAT news stories and editorials, letters, memos and other material on the Federal Military Zones created along US coast, Japanese-Americans being sent to internment camps, justifications of these, plus calls for recognition of the civil rights of Japanese-Americans.
Folder  11

World War II - Japanese Relocation - Kyle Palmer Articles 1942

8 items (most from 1942). LAT tear sheets, headlines and ledes ; 3/11/1942, "Hawaii Japs may be moved to mainland" ; 2/18/?, U.S. acts to end Jap peril here" ; 2/20/1942, "President orders Japanese moved" ; etc.
Folder  12

World War II - Japanese Surrender 1945, 1976

4 items: LAT article, 3/3/1945, "Backbone of Japan's air power shattered" ; LAT headlines, 8/15/1945, "PEACE! VICTORY! Japs accept Allied terms..." ; two copies of 3-pp. chrono list of "Stories on formal Japanese surrender, 1945," list prepared 8/23/1976.
 

People 1893-1994

Scope and Content Note

Files on people not directly related to the Times. Date range is 1893-1994.
Box  662

Reference Files - People

Folder  1

Los Angeles Natives 1989

1 item: LAT column, "Only in L.A," 9/28/1989.
Folder  2

Agnew, Spiro 1968

8 items: LAT news stories and editorials, all 1968, the year Agnew was chosen as Nixon's v.p. running-mate. Headlines include: "Agnew picked ...to promote unity," 8/9/1968 ; "Reaction to choice of Agnew," 8/18/1968 ; "No crowds at airport...L.A. silence greets Agnew," 9/20/1968.
Folder  3

Anthony, Susan B. 1906

1 item: LAT news brief on Susan B. Anthony, 4/14/1906, "Why she never married...Anthony did not want to become a either a drudge or a doll."
Folder  4

Apablasa Family 1933 - 1985

8 items: collection of LAT material and other memorabilia related to the Apablasa family, L.A. pioneers. One photocopy showing family home on the current site of Union Station ; LAT obits for John Apablasa, age 75, 11/2/1949, C.J. Apablasa, 83?, 7/11/1960, and Salvador Apablasa, 75, 3/22/1985 ; etc.
Folder  5

Ballin, Hugo 1935 - 1979

Approx. 12 items: 20+ pp. copied from the book, The Murals of Griffith Observatory, which the author dedicated to the memory of muralist Hugo Ballin ; LAT articles and obits on Hugo Ballin and his wife, Mabel Ballin, an actress.
Folder  6

Barnes, Florence (Pancho) Lowe 1929 - 1966

Approx. 20 items, a collection of LAT clip copies, mostly from 1929-1932, 1952-1954 and the 1960s, on "Pancho" Barnes. She is refereed to in stories (ca. 1930) as a "San Marino aviatrix," she later (ca. 1952) brought suit against the Air Force for damaging her business (bar, hotel, etc) in the Mojave Desert near Edwards Air Force Base, and in the 1960s she made peace with the Air Force but also ran into trouble with the Courts on her own.
Folder  7

Beesemyer, Gilbert H 1930

2 items: LAT article copy, 12/13/1930, "Beesemeyer aides seized as fraud quiz widens" ; LAT article copies, 12/13/1930, "How he plundered company and tried to make restitution related by Beesemyer....Dramatic story recited of swindle detection."
Folder  8

Bonelli, William G. 1939 - 1970

Approx. 60 items: William G. Bonelli was a long-time member of State Board of Equalization and rabid LAT and Chandler-hater (see other Bonelli file). This collection includes editorials and news copies from the 1930s until Bonelli's 1970 death. Material is mostly from LAT, with additional items from the L.A. tabloid, The Mirror.
Folder  9

Bonelli, William - Correspondence 1953 - 1989

Approx. 10 items: In 1953, The Mirror exposed William Bonelli's Mafia connections and involvement in racketeering. In 1954, Bonelli, long-time member of the State Board of Equalization, authored a book, Billion Dollar Blackjack - the story of corruption and the Los Angeles Times. As the title suggests, this book was a strong condemnation of LAT and the Chandlers (publishers). Later Bonelli brought a lawsuit against The Mirror, another Chandler-owned newspaper, for "certain false published statements." This collection includes memos, letters, legal documents, press releases, etc. Also included is a complete copy of Los Angeles Underground (1954?), which reprinted the entire aforementioned book because, as the issue says, it was "suppressed in Los Angeles."
Folder  10

Borough, Reuben W. 1967

2 items: 16-pp. manuscript (1967), "Reform in City Hall (1938-1953)" by Reuben W. Borough, which examines the years that Fletcher Bowrron was L.A. mayor ; letter, dated 8/21/1967, from Reuben Borough to "Editors, West, Los Angeles Times..." - offering his writings to LAT for publication.
Folder  11

Bosworth, Mrs Hobart 1970 - 1990

4 items: 2-pp. - "Info. about Mrs. Hobart Bosworth" (1990), apparently typed up by an aide to Editor James Boswell, in which it is noted she was the widow of a pioneer L.A. actor / filmmaker, in L.A. from 1908 on, Hobart Bosworth ; excerpt from Los Angeles - a City Apart, (1981), featuring Bosworth ; excerpt from El Pueblo Grande (1973) on Bosworth ; excerpt from History of the American Film Industry (1970) featuring Bosworth.
Folder  12

Bowron, Fletcher - Clippings 1938 - 1974

50+ items: LAT news stories and editorials on Fletcher Bowron and his service to L.A. as mayor, and later as judge, including everything from feuds with LAT to endorsements of him by LAT and back to feuding. Notable among these items is one letter, 1974, from Albine Bowron, the mayor's widow, to James Bassett, a high-ranking LAT editor, and another, 1974, from Mayor Tom Bradley (L.A.) to retired Chief Justice Earl Warren.
Folder  13

Bowron, Fletcher - Correspondence 1938 - 1956

7 items: letter, 9/7/1938, "Bowron for Mayor" flyer, to "Members of the Police and Fire Departments, City of Los Angeles" ; copy of "Recall Petition" aimed at Bowron (1939), mentioning "his demoralizing influence on all who come in contact with him" - the origin of this recall is not recorded ; booklet, "Mayor's Message (with) 1946 - 47 Proposed Budget, City of Los Angeles, Honorable Fletcher Bowron, Mayor" ; 7-pp. transcript of "Broadcast by Mayor Fletcher Bowron -- Station KFI" - 1/6/1952 ; 7-pp. transcript of "Broadcast (by Bowron)" - 6/15/1952 ; letter, 12/20/1956, from Fletcher Bowron to Kyle Palmer, LAT Political Editor, thanking him for the fact that LAT had given him "fair treatment... as a candidate for election as Judge of the Superior Court," since, but this is not mentioned, LAT had often attacked him in the past ; 6-pp. list of "Signers of the nominating petition for the re-election of...Bowron, filed February 5 (1942, 1944?)," followed by alphabetical list of names.
Folder  14

Bradley, Tom 1963 - 1980

Approx. 25 items: LAT news stories and editorials, internal LAT reports, about the career and life of Tom Bradley, mayor of L.A. from 1973 until 1993. LAT opinion on Bradley seemed to be mixed.
Folder  15

Brant, O. F. 1922

1 item: LAT appreciation / obituary for O.F. Brant, of Title Insurance & Trust Co., written by Harry Chandler.
Folder  16

Bridges, Harry 1986

2 items: LAT clip, 2/6/1986, "Labor chief Bridges will be feted" ; LAT clip, 2/11/1986, "A legend of the sea" (labor pioneer Harry Bridges). Both clips in plastic sleeve.
Folder  17

Brown, Edmund G. (Pat) 1946 - 1962

Approx. 70 items: LAT news stories and editorial commentary on Edmund ("Pat") Brown, governor of California from 1958 to 1966.
Folder  18

Brown, Edmund G. Jr (Jerry) 1969 - 1976

50+ items: news stories and editorials following the political career of the young governor "Jerry" Brown, in the 1970s. LAT's editorial assessment of Jerry Brown's 1976 run for the Democratic presidential nomination was "Too high, Too soon."
Folder  19

Browning, Peaches 1930

1 item: LAT clip copy, 12/28/1930, " 'Peaches' begins divorce action...millionaire to be accused of unfaithfulness," on the marriage and pending divorce of Frances "Peaches" Browning, 19, from real estate magnate Edward W. Browning, 55.
Folder  20

Burdette, Reverend Robert J. 1909 - 1949

3 items: copy of two pages from "Lummis' Out West, 4/1909, Vol. XXX, entry on Robert J. Burdette ; undated clip from unknown newspaper, "Book of Memoirs tells life of service...Cllara B. Burdette writes chapter in Pasadena history" ; article copy, Among Ourselves, 3/1949, "Bob Burdette."
Folder  21

Byrd, Admiral Richard E. 1929

1 item: LAT news story copy, 2/21/1929, "Vast lands claimed for United States by Byrd...flights reveal area never before viewed by Antarctic explorers...two ranges discovered."
Box  663

Reference Files - People

Folder  1

Call, Asa V. 1942 - 1973

Approx. 10 items: LAT clips follow the career and political activism of Asa Call, insurance company executive, one-time president of Automobile Club of Southern California and powerful businessman, from the 1940s into the 1970s. Among these items are transcripts of taped interviews with Mr. Call: 21-pp., 3/22/1973 ; 12-pp., 4/2/1973.
Folder  2

Carter, Jimmy 1976

Approx. 15 items: LAT news stories and editorials from 1976, following the presidential campaign of Jimmy Carter, who won the election of 11/1976. Biographical material on Carter, some analysis pieces on the brief presidency of Gerald Ford.
Folder  3

Chandler, Raymond 1963

1 item: 30-pp. excerpt (Chpt. 3 - "The Novelist") from Down these mean streets a man must go, by Philip Durham, 1963, a book on Raymond Chandler and his writings.
Folder  4

Chaplin, Charles (Charlie) 1920s - 1939

Approx. 70 items: dozens of clips of news briefs and stories on comic actor and filmmaker Charlie Chaplin, most of these from the 1920s and 1930s. Notable items: two oversized sheets from some unknown newsprint publication, including article titled "What Charlie Chaplin's wife told...surprising story of...domestic life with the famous film comedian (and the) recent divorce" ; 11-pp. staple-bound booklet, Short History of Charles Chaplin, dated 8/1/1939.
Folder  5

Churchill, Winston 1946, 1976

1 item: single-sheet, headed "Churchill's 'Cold War' Speech," dated 10/25/1976, describes the circumstances surrounding the speech and the content of the speech itself, delivered in March of 1946.
Folder  6

Clark, David H. 1931

1 item: LAT news article, 8/2/1931, "Clark's dramatic murder trial begins tomorrow."
Folder  7

Clinton, Clifford 1938, 1941

8 items: LAT clips, from 1938, when Clifford Clinton, businessman, grand jury member and all-around activist, was a key player in the recall of Mayor Frank Shaw, and other issues. Included is an excerpt (pp. 299-307) from The American Mercury (mag), 3/1941, headed "A new boss takes Los Angeles," with a summary as follows - "The cafeteria king-maker who captured the city now seems headed for trouble."
Folder  8

Coolidge, Calvin 1924 - 1927

5 items: LAT "news" stories and editorials, on the nomination of Coolidge for president and acts while in office. One 1924 story, exact date not seen, is not so much news as an attack on Hiram Johnson, an opponent of Coolidge. The LAT - Hiram Johnson feud spanned two publishers--Harrison Gray Otis and Harry Chandler.
Folder  9

Cornero, Tony 1939 - 1946

Approx. 10 items: LAT clips on the operation of gambling ships off L.A. County coast by Cornero in 1930s and 1940s. Included is a segment (pp. 76-83) copied from the book Warren, the man, the court, the era, by John D. Weaver, 1968.
Folder  10

Darrow, Clarence 1987

1 item: "Calendar" page of the newsletter of the L.A. County Museum of Natural History, April - May 1987, featuring information about the one-may play, Clarence Darrow, being performed in the Jean Delacour Auditorium.
Folder  11

Davis, Ed 1973 - 1975

Approx. 20 items: news stories, editorials and letters to the editor, LAT and Santa Monica Evening Outlook, on the career of controversial Chief of Police Ed Davis.
Folder  12

Davis, James E. 1926 - 1949

50+ items: collection of LAT news stories and editorials on police career of James E. Davis, Chief of Police for L.A. from 1926 until 1938. Davis retired from the LAPD in 1938. Material includes obituary for Davis, who died of a stroke in Montana in 1949 and a 2-pp. "Davis Index -- from 1926 to 1938," with dates and descriptions of stories on the Police Chief.
Folder  13

De Neve, Don Felipe 1930 - 1934

4 items: photograph of hands holding open an original manuscript, Carta Executoria (1638), "a petition of the De Neves then resident in Spain...." - more information about the family on two typed sheets, one date 1934. On the reverse of the photo is the following - "De Neve coast of arms as seen in old manuscript." Also a booklet, dated 1930, "Don Felipe de Neve," by Orra Eugene Monnette."
Folder  14

De Valera, Edward 1919

4 items: LAT editorials and news stories, 10/29/1919, "No welcome for the disloyal" ; 11/19/1919, "The Sinn Fein Question" ; 11/20/1919, "De Valera meeting called off" ; 11/24/1919, "De Valera is heard by many."
Folder  15

Debs, Eugene V. 1918

1 item: copy of LAT editorial, 9/16/1918, "Debs, the persistent rebel."
Folder  16

Del Valle Grady, Lucretia 1986

1 item: article tear sheet, The Californians," 3/1986, "The last of the senoritas." Del Valle Grady was descended from a rancho family of Ventura County, was an actress and later political activist.
Folder  17

Dentzel, Carl S. 1980

1 item: LAT obit clip on Carl S. Dentzel,, 67, "Museum Director ascribed American culture to Indians," 8/26/1980.
Folder  18

Dietrich, Noah 1962

1 item: transcript copy, STEELE vs. LITTON INDUSTRIES...Deposition of Noah Dietrich, taken Thursday, November 29, 1962," California Superior Court.
Folder  19

Douglas, Donald 1928 - 1975

7 items: photograph, LAT Archives, note on reverse reads, "Lieut. Ross McBride & Donald Douglas ; 3-pp. of reminiscences, delivered in first-person, on Donald Douglas ; single-sheet headed "About Donald Douglas (1972), sounding like an introduction at a dinner or such ; tear sheet, Santa Monica Evening Outlook, 5/17/1975, "Douglas shapes SM, aircraft industry" ; other compilations of facts on Douglas.
Folder  20

Douglas, Helen Gahagan 1940 - 1970

Approx. 12 items. LAT news stories - headlines and dates include: "Actress defends migrants before Congressional hearing," 9/25/1940 ; Mrs. Douglas' view on Reds challenged," 8/30/1950 ; "Nixon gave her pink tint, Mrs. Douglas says," 9/21/1956 ; "Old Nixon foe (Douglas) still works against him," 10/19/1970. Also in the file is the original of a 10/25/1950 letter from Henry Rich of David S. Hillman Advertising, who had Douglas as a client, to the Advertising Dept. of LAT, indicating his appreciation for the "wonderful cooperation...in placing advertising, in spite of the fact that, editorially, LAT opposed her election.
Folder  21

Dymally, Mervyn M. 1975

Approx. 10 items. LAT clips, news stories and editorials, all from 7/1975, in which LAT reveals the findings of a "three-month investigation by The Times" accusing Dymally of extensive wrong-doing ; 5-pp. letter from Dymally, dated 7/21/1975, accusing LAT of "violat(ing) many of the basic rules of fair reporting, specifically in a 7/3 article ; 13-pp. document, "Analysis of Article written by Times Staffers Mike Goodman, David Rosenzweig - about the Urban Affairs Institute and Lieutenant Governor Mervyn M. Dymally's Involvement in that Institute (7/3/1975) ; LAT editorial, 7/28/1975, "The Dymally dispute."
Folder  22

Earl, E. T. 1905 - 1919

5 items. LAT editorials and an obit on E.T. Earl ; "The town bull's bitter dose," 5/20/1905 ; "A venomous insect," 7/26/1913 ; "Caught with the goods," 8/14/1913 ; "Mr. E.T. Earl and his complaints," (obit) "E.T. Earl dies suddenly," 1/3/1919.
Folder  23

Edison, Thomas 1903, 1931

3 items: Kansas City Journal editorial, 1/13/1903, "Edison's view of future" ; tear sheet, unidentified newspaper, "Thomas A. Edison dies peacefully after gallant battle..." ; Los Angeles Examiner, 10/18/1931, "World leaders hail electric wizard as greatest inventor," plus related stories.
Folder  24

Eisenhower, Dwight D. 1947 - 1969, 1976

Approx. 25 items. LAT news stories and many editorials, 1947 - 1969 and obituary, plus 2 legal-size sheets, dated 8/2/1976, comprised of a chronological listing of news stories and editorials about Eisenhower.
Box  664

Reference Files - People

Folder  1

Fitts, Buron 1930 - 1973

Approx. 25 items. LAT news stories and editorials, a partial biography, single-sheet, titled "Buron Fitts - the Man," and other biographical materials. An LAT story, 3/30/1973, gives the details of his apparent suicide - "Former Dist. Atty. Buron Fitts found shot to death at home" in Three Rivers, CA. Also an 8/8/1930 letter from Fitts to the "Fitts-for-Governor" Headquarters, reading in part, "I do not want to end this campaign heavily in debt...I am not financially able to assume the burden."
Folder  2

Fitzgerald, F. Scott 1940 - 1978

2 items: LAT editorial at the time of Fitzgerald's death, 12/24/1940 ; booklet, F. Scott Fitzgerald in Minnesota - his homes and haunts, 1978.
Folder  3

Flanagan, Charles 1961 - 1967

Approx. 40 items. LAT briefs and news stories on Flanagan. Representative headlines: "Yorty names four (incl. Flanagan) to Planning Commission (1961) ; "City planner tells Jury of $1,000 bribe offer" (1962) ; "Planning Commissioner's (Flanagan) votes aid friends" (1967) ; "Flanagan praised by Yorty, called zoning scapegoat" (1967) ; "Times seeks to crush commissions--Yorty" (1967) ; more.
Folder  4

Ford, Gerald R. 1973 - 1975

Approx. 25 items: collection of LAT clips (in plastic sleeve) on Nixon resignation, Ford's presidency and events within that time frame. Also in the file is a tear sheet of Time (mag) article, 11/4/1974, "The Pendulum Problem" on analysis of the "honeymoon" period of Ford's tenure, especially a major Page One article by David Shaw of LAT.
Folder  5

Garland, William May 1933 - 1983

6 items: two copies of transcript headed "Story of the origin of the Xth Olympiad held in Los Angeles, California, in 1932, as written by William May Garland, one is 33 pp., the other ends with pp. 28, ; letter, 6/6/1983, to Lois Markwith, LAT Archivist, from Lee Whitney, Editor of You (mag) ; LAT sports tear sheets for 12/10/1983, and misc. copies of same.
Folder  6

Goldwater, Barry 1964 - 1966

30+ items: LAT clips (and a few other items) following the ups and downs of Barry Goldwater's 1964 primary races, the Republican nomination for president in the summer of that year, and the final campaign and defeat. Notable item: a 5/20/1964 letter from Edwin McDowell of the Arizona Republic, to James Bassett, Director of LAT Editorial Page, expressing "disappoin(ment) that the conservative Times...decided to support Rockefeller in preference to Goldwater."
Folder  7

Gompers, Samuel 1915

1 item: LAT clip copy, editorial, "Exit Gompers," 11/29/1915, critical of Gompers, his visit to Los Angeles and, in passing, critical of Hiram Johnson.
Folder  8

Gottlieb, Robert 1974 - 1978

Approx. 35 items: clips from LAT, University Times (Cal. St.), The Quill, Weekly News, correspondence, flyers, transcripts of conversations and other material related to author Robert Gottlieb, who's "unauthorized" book about LAT, Thinking Big, was highly critical of the newspaper. Gottlieb taught for UCLA extension, weaving his thoughts on LAT into his lectures.
Folder  9

Griffith, D.W. 1930 - 1976

Approx. 20 items. A collection of LAT material on Griffith, including appreciations and other features and the 1948 article at the time of his death.
Folder  10

Griffith, Griffith J. 1903 - 1934

Approx. 12 items: LAT clip copies on Griffith's philanthropy (donated the land for vast Griffith Park), his business dealings, an attempt on his wife's life--which is went to prison for--and his eventual work for penal reform. Also included is a chapter (pp. 119-134) from the book, Take the Witness (1934), focusing on Griffith's personal history.
Folder  11

Harding, Warren G. 1923

5 items: LAT editorials and news stories from July and August of 1923, on his final tour of Alaska and the Pacific coast, his sudden illness and death in San Francisco. The front page headline for 8/3/1923 has been copied - "Harding's death stuns nation...President Coolidge sworn in."
Folder  12

Harlow, Jean 1934

1 item: LAT news photo clip (1930s?) of Jean Harlow in a come-hither pose, with a caption ("Platinum blonde") that indicates she discourages other women from bleaching their hair blonde.
Folder  13

Harris, Emil 1973

1 item: tear sheets of article from Historical Society of Southern California Quarterly, Summer 1973, "Emil Harris - Los Angeles Jewish Police Chief."
Folder  14

Haskell, Arnold D. 1977

1 item: obituary, ca. 1977, "Arnold D. Haskell, pioneer Southland developer, dies."
Folder  15

Haynes, John Randolph 1920 - 1937

7 items: paid advertisement, The Zelzah Tribune, 4/29/1921, critical of appointment of Haynes to the Board of Public Service ; LAT editorial copy, 7/6/1927, "The unfortunate Dr. Haynes" ; Pasadena Star-News, 8/27/1930, "...Haynes secured to speak here on Labor Day" ; 5-pp. "Dr. John Randolph Haynes - Genealogy & Biography" ; obituary, 10/31/1937, "Dr. Haynes loses fight for life."
Folder  16

Hearst, Patricia 1975

2 items: LAT coverage of the Patricia Hearst kidnapping and aftermath. Article tear sheets: LAT, 6/15/1975, "Hunt for Patty...FBI never really close" ; LAT tear sheet, 7/7/1975, "(With Patty) From L.A. to Hong Kong--and beyond" and related story "Hoax...a risk that haunts newspapers." Both sets of tear sheets in plastic sleeve.
Folder  17

Hearst, William Randolph 1901 - 1975

Approx. 30 items: LAT news stories and editorials, many bashing publishing competitor Hearst, in-house material ; 7-pp. transcript copied from LAT, 11/2/1906, on the occasion of a speech by Sec. of State Elihu Root (with the blessing of T. Roosevelt) denouncing Hearst's political ambitions ; segment, pp. 257 - 279, copied from Bring on the Empty Horses, a chapter titled "The Enchanted Hill," a memoir by David Niven involving friendship with Marion Davies and visits to San Simeon, Heart's "castle" on the central California coast.
Folder  18

Hellman, Isaias W. 1956

3-pp. typed biographical information, in alphabetical order, on Isaias W. Hellman (1842 - 1920). Info revised 3/1956.
Folder  19

Hickman, William Edward 1927 - 1928

3 items: LAT editorials, "The end of the trail," 12/23/1927 ; "Make an example," 12/28/1927 ; "Give 'em what they want," 3/4/1928. The Times seemed to have determined guilt. "The sob-sister brigade may be expected to come forward with the usual pleas based on the prisoner's youth...Hickman is neither crazy nor a boy..."
Folder  20

Hoffa, Jimmy 1961 - 1962

2 items: LAT editorial, "Jimmy Hoffa's road to power," 3/2/1961 ; LAT editorial, "A crisis of a free society," 12/27/1962.
Folder  21

Hoover, Herbert 1918 - 1994

Approx. 20 items: LAT news stories and editorials related to Hoover and the 1920s and the years of his presidency, 1929-1933. Also: 16-pp. chronology from 1928 through 1934, of Hoover-related news, compiled sometime after 12/1934, headed "New Deal - Hoover..." ; article copied from Tempo Journal, 5/1994, "When the three musketeers of engineering (Hoover, Honnold and Harvey Mudd) came to Claremont."
Folder  22

Howard, J.L. (Jack) 1936

2 items: clip envelope with typed and written notations - "Howard, J.L. (Jack)...Pasadena murder case...Los Angeles Evening Herald & Express, 6/25/(19)36 - No L.A. Times clips ; Herald & Express, 6/25/1936, "How Cooley murder was solved."
Folder  23

Huntington, Henry E. 1905

3 items: LAT editorial, "Huntington and his work," 5/7/1905 ; LAT photo & caption (ca. 1906), "One historic group," which includes Henry E. Huntington, LAT's Harry Chandler, Rev. Robert Burdette and others ; LAT article copy, "Huntington Library...greatest private book collection in the world...is given to the public by California magnate...fine paintings to follow," 9/16/1919.
Folder  24

Hynes, William 1928 - 1952

Approx. 25 items: several pieces of correspondence and information sheets (on onionskin paper) containing "Confidential" material with a confusing array of claims related to Hynes, that is was a communist, an anti-communist, a loyal American, a subversive, while also serving on the Los Angeles Police Department ; LAT clips of news stories on his activities of the 1930s and 1940s, including the allegation, in Ken (mag), 6/22/1939, that "Hynes, acting Captain of the Los Angeles Police, was supplying confidential information to Italian agents..." Included is LAT obit , "W.F. Hynes, noted foe of Reds, dies" (age 55), 5/18/1952. Also a copy of a letter from Philip Connelly of Los Angeles Industrial Union Council to Mayor Fletcher Bowron on the subject of Hynes' alleged contacts with the Axis Powers, and 3-pp. dossier for Hynes headed "Confidential," no address given and signed simply "J."
Box  665

Reference Files - People

Folder  1

Ickes, Harold L. 1933

1 item: complete original issue, Time (mag), 7/24/1933, cover photo and cover story on Harold Ickes, "Billions for building," in which it is reported that "President Roosevelt made Secretary Ickes Administrator of Public Works, put him in complete command of that phase of the National Recovery Act."
Folder  2

Johnson, Hiram (1 of 2) 1910 - 1976

Approx. 60 items: collection of news stories and editorials on political career of Hiram Johnson, who was involved in a decades-long feud with first H.G. Otis, later Harry Chandler. LAT reports and comments on Johnson were uniformly negative, or LAT ignored him. Notable items: 6 sheets torn from Historical Society of Southern California Quarterly (1950s?), "Hiram Johnson and World War I...a Progressive in transition" ; 3-pp. copied from Current Biography, 1941, entry for Hiram (Warren) Johnson ; LAT obit, 8/7/1945, "The death of Hiram Johnson," is not kind to the deceased but, as LAT put it, "it would be hypocritical to forget or retract..." ; letter copy, 8/19/1940, from LAT's Kyle Palmer to Sen. Hiram Johnson, on Palmer/LAT endorsement of Johnson for Senate, "an editorial which...I never thought [I would] either write or read."
Folder  3

Johnson, Hiram (2 of 2) 1949

1 item: 153-pp. manuscript copy, "Hiram Johnson's campaign for the governorship of California, 1910 - A thesis submitted to the Department of History and the Committee on Graduate Study of Stanford University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts by George Wallace Milias" (8/1949) ;
Folder  4

Jolson, Al 1929 - 1938, 1981

4 items: 1-pp. typed memo to "City Editor" from Frank Howe, dated 1/4/(19)29, which opens, "I suggest you keep an eye on Al Jolson and his bride...Ruby Keeler...for matrimonial difficulties" ; half-sheet typed note, dated 6/1930, to "City Editor," featuring the gossip that "one of our men found a man other than Al Jolson in her compartment on the Chief [passenger train?] last Wednesday night," Keeler offered the explanation that she had a cinder in her eye and the husband of another actress was attempting to remove it....Trib city ed. has information from a good source that divorce is in the offing" ; original Western Union telegram, 9/15/1938, to City Editor LAT, from Al Jolson, reading in part, "In my opinion this (is) not time for a recall...it would be best to keep Mayor Shaw in office until his term expires..." ; a small sheet with a 1981 note about Jolson's File.
Folder  5

Judd, Winnie Ruth 1931

2 items: LAT article copy, Pg. 1, 10/20/1931, "Bodies of two murdered women hid in luggage" ; LAT editorial, 10/28/1931, "The Judd Case."
Folder  6

Julian, C.C. 1923 - 1930

Approx. 35 items: LAT news stories and editorials on the businessman and stock promoter C.C. Julian through the mid and late 1920s, ending with 1930. LAT "news" and editorials can both be described as anti-Julian. Also in the file is a 5-pp. segment from a Claremont College thesis submitted in 1929 by John Homer Williams, titled "Attitude toward C.C. Julian," which opens "The Times, one observes, gives special attention to those whom it dislikes. Care is taken to see that publicity given them is of an unfavorable character. C.C. Julian offers a case in point."
Folder  7

Kaufmann, Gordon 1935 - 1968

Approx. 15 items: LAT news stories on the career of architect Gordon Kaufmann. Notable items: LAT article copy, 9/14/1938, "Medal for Times building design presented [to Kaufmann] at meeting" ; LAT article copy, 1/21/1948, "G.B. Kaufmann elected Boy Scout area chief" ; LAT obit copy, 3/2/1949, "Gordon B. Kaufmann, 61, famous architect, dies." (folder includes LAT obit on widow Elsie Kaufmann, 6/10/1968)
Folder  8

Kegley, Carl S. 1933 - 1968

Approx. 25 items: 2-pp. "KEGLEY INDEX -- from 1933 to date [1968]" - a chrono. summary of collected articles ; LAT news story copy, 9/21/1933, "Fitts [D.A.] clashes on crime drive...denunciation of Minute Men interrupted by Kegley" ; LAT article, 3/22/1968, "City attorney (Kegley) agrees to draft 'unconstitutional' ordinance," for San Clemente.
Folder  9

Kennedy, Robert F. 1968 - 1969

Approx. 15 items: LAT news stories and editorials, most of them from June 1968, and related material from the aftermath of the assassination of Robert Kennedy. Notable items: LAT editorial, 6/6/1968 (while R. Kennedy lay in the hospital on the verge of death), "Robert Kennedy's message" ; 7-pp. typed, addressed to "Jim Bassett," opens "Some thoughts on the Alarcon order..." (fair trial vs. free press) as it related to Sirhan Sirhan trial ; LAT news story tear sheet, 2/14/1969, "Sirhan's motion for mistrial denied as prosecution opens."
Folder  10

Klein, Herb 1972 - 1974

9 items: collection of LAT news stories and other material related to Herbert Klein, Director of Communications for the Nixon administration between 1/1969 and 6/1973. Notable items: 5-pp. copy of "Biography of Herbert George Klein," with 11/6/1972 date stamped on it, and note "Library--pls file for Klein biography" handwritten ; LAT news story copy, 6/6/1973, "Klein quits as press director" ; LAT news story copy, 10/17/1974, "Klein supports Ford's giving Nixon a pardon."
Folder  11

Knight, Goodwin J. 1954 - 1970

4 items: LAT editorial, 8/25/1954 (during K.'s governorship), "The Governor ties his own hands" ; 2-pp. typed, headed "Goodwin J. Knight - a biographical sketch," 5/1/1958 ; LAT politcal column by James Bassett, "7/2/1961, "Could a Knight-Nixon deal win for both?" ; LAT obit copy, 5/23/1970, "Goodwin Knight, state's 31st governor, dies of pneumonia."
Folder  12

Knowland, William 1945 - 1976

Approx. 25 items: LAT articles and other material related to William F. Knowland, U.S. Senator, one-time gubernatorial candidate, later Oakland Tribune publisher. Notable items: LAT editorial copy, 8/15/1945, "The naming of Sen. Knowland" ; article tear sheet, California - the Magazine of the Pacific, 12/1950, "The shifting sands of American foreign policy" by William F. Knowland ; 22-pp. copy of manuscript of speech delivered 10/17/1961, to Freedom Club of Los Angeles, title "1961 - the Year of Decision" (on "China/Russia") ; 20-pp. transcript of "Taping with Senator William F. Knowland on June 12, 1973" ; LAT article 2/24/1974, on "William F. Knowland...ex-Senator," which opens with "William Fife Knowland...killed himself Saturday with a single bullet wound in the temple, authorities said..."
Folder  13

Kuchel, Thomas 1952 - 1977

Approx. 25 items: LAT articles, correspondence, and other material related to the political career of Kuchel. Notable items: LAT editorial copy, 12/23/1952, "An excellent choice for Senator," when Gov. Warren chose Kuchel to replace Richard Nixon as U.S. Senator to replace Richard Nixon, who was elected vice-president ; LAT news analysis, 3/21/1976, "The rise and fall of Thomas H. Kuchel" ; LAT news analysis, 1/10/1977, "Former Sen. Kuchel takes report of demise in stride."
Folder  14

Kynette, Earle 1938

Approx. 25 items: LAT article copies following the indictment and conviction of Earle Kynette, an L.A. Police Department captain for the killing of private detective Harry Raymond by bombing.
Folder  15

La Follete, Robert M. 1924 - 1925

3 items. LAT clippings illustrating the heavy-handed "spin" in stories about politicians who disagreed with the heads of LAT: editorial, 9/18/1924, "Shall we commit national suicide?" (by supporting La Follette) ; news story, 10/19/1924, "La Follette...who he is, what he has done," includes references to La Follette as "traitor," "radical" and "foe of the constitution" ; in his obit, 6/19/1925, LAT's most generous comment was that La Follette "will probably be remembered as a sincere advocate of many false policies."
Folder  16

Lankershim, James 1931

1 item: partial copy (first part) of news story run 10/17/1931, at the time of James Boon Lankershim, "retired capitalist and rancher who inherited from his father vast land holdings in the San Fernando Valley.
Folder  17

Lincoln, Abraham 1909

Various items copied from microfilm for 2/12/1909, the 100th anniversary of Lincoln's birth. Materials include: poem, "Lincoln--man of the people," by Edwin Markham ; "Abraham Lincoln's address at Gettysburg" ; "Lincoln--the man of mercy" ; "Lincoln--story teller," etc.
Folder  18

Lindsay, Ben 1923 - 1943, 1973

8 items: LAT news stories and other items related to the controversial career of Judge Ben Lindsay. Notable items: 5-pp. copied from a 1929 thesis for Claremont Colleges, segment titled "Attitude on marriage," featuring material on Judge Lindsay ; LAT obit, 3/27/1943, "Ben Lindsay, jurist, dies" ; article torn from Southern California Quarterly, Winter 1973, "The story of Judge Ben Lindsay."
Folder  19

Lindsay, Gilbert 1969

3 items: clip of editorial, Los Angeles Sentinel, 6/5/1969, "Lindsay - an expendable luxury" ; original letter, from Herman Hill to "Jim" Bassett, calling attention to the previously mentioned editorial critical of Lindsay ; original letter, from James Bassett, to Herman Hill, replying to the editorial and letter, in part, "...most enlightening...I tend to agree with its points."
Folder  20

Lothrop, Gloria 1988

1 item: complete issue of California Chronicle, newsletter of the Calif. Historical Society. Article on CHS Board Member Gloria Lothrop, historian and author. [Also in this issue is an article on Martin Ridge]
Folder  21

MacArthur, Douglas 1945

Approx. 8 items: LAT clips and tear sheets from the weeks immediately following the Japanese surrender of August, 1945. Articles deal with the activities of Gen. Douglas MacArthur, and one on Gen. Jonathan Wainwright, which mentions MacArthur.
Folder  22

McAfee, Guy 1931 - 1960

Approx. 15 items: LAT news story, 5/28/1931, "M'Afee reveals political pact..." ; LAT news story, 6/1/1939, "Gamblers go to Las Vega...McAfee says he's through in Los Angeles..." ; LAT obit, 2/21/1960, "Guy McAfee, big time gambling figure, dies," ; more, including McAfee tax troubles.
Folder  23

McGroarty, John Steven 1910 - 1974

Approx. 10 items: photocopy, "Holiday greetings -- 1910, from Gen. Harrison Gray Otis...to his friend John S. McGroarty" ; 14-pp. handwritten manuscript for his LAT Sunday Magazine column of 9/8/1935 ; copy of McGroarty's biographical info compiled from Who's Who in America, Congressional Record, etc. ; LAT obit copy, 8/7/1944, "Death takes McGroarty, poet laureate" ; article copy, Among Ourselves, 2/1948, "Men who made The Times - John Steven McGroarty" ; 2-pp. letter copy, to Otis Chandler from Viola Carlson, President, Friends of McGroarty Cultural Arts Center, 4/19/1974.
Box  666

Reference Files - People

Folder  1

McKinley , William 1896, 1901

Approx. 10 items: LAT material from both 1896, when McKinley was initially elected President, and from 1901, covering the assassination attempt, his 8-day hospitalization, and his death on 9/14/1901.
Folder  2

McPherson, Aimee Semple 1926 - 1988

Approx. 20 items: LAT, 5/19/1926, report of evalgelist Aimee Semple McPherson disappearing off Venice Beach, headline "...M'Pherson believed bathing victim," and her later reappearance and evidence that she may have been in a love tryst with an unemployed radio station operator, Kenneth Ormiston. After McPherson resurfaced, 6/23/1926, claiming abduction (a ransom letter had been delivered to Angeles Temple, Aimee's headquarters), she and her mother are subpoenaed to appear before the Grand Jury. In 9/1926. complaints including corruption of public morals, obstruction of justice and conspiracy were brought against McPherson, her alleged paramour, and others. The convoluted case moves through the legal system, but in 1/1927, it is dismissed as it was believed it would be impossible to convict. Also notable: excerpts from a 1959 book, The Vanishing Evangelist, by Robert Steele and Lately Thomas ; complete issue of Journal of the West , 4/1988, incl. "West of Eden...Pioneer media evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson in Los Angeles," pp. 50-59.
Folder  3

McWilliams, Carey 1931 - 1975

6 items: undated note (no year), from Harry Carr to Carey McWilliams on a writings about L.A. ; letter copy, 6/6/1931, from Carr to McWilliams related to Mc writing for LAT ; letter copy, 6/29/1931, same writers, same subject ; letter copy, 10/20/1931, same writers, same subject ; 3-pp. letter, 9/8/1975, from Carey McWilliams to James Bassett of LAT, relating some of M's experiences working for LAT in the 1920s ; LAT brief copy, "Newsmakers...Carey McWilliams has resigned as editor of The Nation (after 20 years)..."
Folder  4

Mason, Biddy 1976, 1989

2 items: clip copy, North Torrance Breeze, 8/11/1976, "Biddy Mason salute slated" ; LAT tear sheet, 11/17/1989, "A lot of history...Parking structure houses memorial to L.A. pioneer."
Folder  5

Mencken, H.L. 1956

1 item: LAT editorial copy, 1/31/1956, "Light as a feather, deadly as an ax," a tribute to Menkin at the time of his death.
Folder  6

Monroe, Marilyn 1962

2 items: 2-pp. press release, 11/12/1962, produced by Eros (mag) announcing "the last nude photographs of Marilyn Monroe to be published in Eros Quarterly ; approx. 16 pp. from Autumn 1962 issue of Eros, none of them nude photos.
Folder  7

Mooney, Tom 1930 - 1932

3 items, LAT editorial copies: 12/3/1930, "The last word on Billings" ; 12/3/1931, "Walker on Mooney" ; 4/22/1932, "The Mooney Decision." All three deal with convicted bomber Tom Mooney.
Folder  8

Morgan, Julia 1985 - 1986

2 items: tear sheet, pp. 60 - 71, Smithsonian, 12/1985, "A tycoon's castle was his petite architect's castle" ; complete issue, California Historian, 3/1986, including article, pp. 29, "Guide to Julia Morgan Collection issued."
Folder  9

Mulholland, William 1914 - 1992

9 items: 1-pp. transcript, letter from Moses H. Sherman to William Mulholland, 2/16/(19)14, related to M. accepting a smaller salary than the one offered ; 8 sheets, copied from Public Service (L.A. City bulletin), 6/1920, "A brief historical sketch of the growth of the Los Angeles City Water Department by Wm. Mulholland" ; 2-pp. report copy, undated, by Mulholland, relating to a electric power bond issue (ca. 1910) ; 6-pp. copy of report signed by Mulholland, addressed to the Public Service Board, 8/1/1924 ; copy, info. sheet headed "Mr. Voter - do you know..." (ca. 1920) ; LAT editorial copy, 2/15/1927, "William Mulholland," in praise of the then 71 year-old Mulholland ; 3-pp. biography of M., dated 11/21/1934 ; original booklet, "William Mulholland - Father of the Los Angeles Municipal Water System (1939) ; LAT brief copy, 11/11/1992, "Holland's design not to blame in dam collapse."
Folder  10

Mussolini, Benito 1926

1 item: LAT editorial copy, "Riding to a fall," regarding Mussolini's dictatorship in 1926.
Folder  11

Negri, Pola 1987

2 items: tear sheet, long LAT obit, 8/3/1987, "Pola Negri, 'Vamp' of silent films, dies" ; LAT tear sheets, 8/9/1987, "Legendary vamp takes a final bow," plus sidebar.
Folder  12

Nixon, Richard M. - Clippings 1929, 1945 - 1950

Approx. 40 items: LAT news stories, columns and editorials about the activities of Richard Nixon in 1945 through 1950. There is also one clip, dated 3/28/1929, "Whittier picks best orators...Richard Nixon wins first in elimination," which opens: "In the local finals of the National Oratorical Contest at Whittier Union High School Richard Nixon, 16 years of age, a junior, won first place in a field of eighteen."
Folder  13

Nixon, Richard M. - Clippings 1951 - 1958

100+ items: columns, news stories and editorials from LAT in the time period 1951 - 1955, plus later articles from periodicals and books on Nixon in the 1951-1955 period. Among the later: article copy, Frontier (mag), 4/1962, "The Crisis Nixon forgot...what the memorist didn't remember about the strings he pulled for Ike while pledged to Warren" ; 4-pp. (pp. 140-143) copied from The Palace Guard, by Dan Rather & Gary Paul Gate; Collection of copies of LAT news stories and editorials from the 1956 - 1958 time frame. Also two similar items from (Los Angeles) Mirror News, 12/4/1958.
Folder  14

Nixon, Richard M. - Clippings 1959 - 1961

Approx. 100+ items: LAT editorials and news stories plus transcripts of broadcast media related to Nixon's activities in 1959. Some look at his chances for the presidency in 1960, others at those situations that might thrust him into the presidency (the death of Eisenhower while in office) ; LAT news stories, editorials, profiles and other material on Nixon during the presidential campaign year of 1960, and a smaller number of in-house memos ; LAT news stories about Nixon as well as copies of the columns he wrote for the newspaper during 1961, commenting on national and international affairs in his capacity as ex-Vice President of the United States. Also included are a smaller number of in-house memos related to columnist Nixon.
Folder  15

Nixon, Richard M. - Clippings 1963 - 1964, 1974

Approx. 75 items: LAT news stories and other material on ex-Vice President Richard Nixon in the 1963 - 1964 time frame. Also in this folder are several LAT editorials and columns on Nixon from 1974 [?] including the editorial published 8/7/1974, "The President should resign," in which LAT wrote: "We ourselves especially feel the betrayal of Mr. Nixon. This newspaper has supported him...through a political career (and) more often cheered than criticized. As recently as 1972 we supported his bid for reelection....(We) must now conclude that he is at the end of the political road." Also tear sheets of article, Historical Society of Southern California (Quarterly), date unknown, " 'Rabbits and radicals' - Richard Nixon's 1946 campaign against Jerry Voorhis" ; LAT news stories about Nixon as well as copies of the columns he wrote for the newspaper during 1961, commenting on national and international affairs in his capacity as ex-Vice President of the United States. Also included are a smaller number of in-house memos related to columnist Nixon.
Folder  16

Northrop, John K. circa 1950

1 item: 1-pp. info sheet (undated - probably after 1945) headed "About Jack Northrop." He was a pioneer in aviation manufacturing and founder of Northrop Corporation in 1939.
Folder  17

Ogden, Lionel Edward 1980

1 item: LAT brief obit clip, "Former owner of Casa Pacifica" - Casa Pacifica was commonly known as "The Western White House" during Nixon's presidency.
Folder  18

Olson, Culbert 1938

2 items: internal LAT note on "Olson Editorials - Nov. 1938" ; pp. 1, 4 and 5 of "Radio Broadcast by Senator Culbert L. Olson," on KOB, San Diego, 10/27/1938.
Folder  19

O'Melveny, Henry 1941

1 item: LAT article copy, 4/15/1941, "O'Melveny's memoirs of own career depict pueblo days of Los Angeles." The article relates some of O'Melveny's memories as far back as the 1880s.
Box  667

Reference Files - People

Folder  1

Pantages, Alexander 1929

1 item: LAT editorial copy, 10/29/1929, "The Pantages verdict."
Folder  2

Parrot, Kent 1925 - 1956

7 items: LAT news stories and editorials about a man The Times refereed to in his obituary as "a political wire-puller." Notable items: 1925 flyer critical of Parrot, Mayor George Cryer and John R. Haynes ; news story copy, 1/27/1929, "Parrot quits Mayor Cryer" ; news copy, "6/23/1936, "Kent Parrot held liquor reins, witness charges" ; obit copy, "Kent Parrot , political power here in '20s, dies."
Folder  3

Pegler, Westbrook 1940 - 1944

Approx. 10 items: ih-house correspondence related to Pegler ; flyers and booklets prepared by National Maritime Union of America, criticizing Pegler's writings ; letter copy, 5/25/1943, from Franklin Roosevelt to Joseph Curran, Pres., National Maritime Union ; Notice run in LAT, 9/7/1944, opens "Westbrook Pegler will cease writing for The Times Sept. 9 ... His departure, however, is NOT the result of any disagreement between him and this newspaper," and closes "The Times wishes Mr. Pegler well (the complete notice runs approx. 400 words of explanation). Pegler's attitudes were considered by some to be right-wing, even to the degree that he sympathized with Nazism.
Folder  4

Petree, Neil 1946, 1950

2 items: original booklet, Traffic - Los Angeles' No. 1 problem and its solution, an address by Neil Petree, Chairman, Metropolitan Traffic and Transit Committee, Chairman, Board of Directors, Downtown Business Mens' Assn., presented at The Los Angeles Chapter of American Institute of Banking, 5/17/1946 ; LAT clip, 10/26/1950, "Petree speaks for committee opposing recall."
Folder  5

Phillips, Clara 1922

1 item: LAT clip copy, Page One portions of two stories on the conviction of Clara Phillips for the murder of another woman, 11/17/1922, "I don't know whether I killed her, but it..." and "Slayer to ask another trial." (jumps are missing)
Folder  6

Pico, Pio 1963 - 1988

5 items: article copy, Journal of the West, 7/1963, pp. 281-304, "Pio Pico Mansion...Fact, fiction and supposition" ; LAT article copy, 5/31/1970, visible headline on the jump "Two Picos generations apart" ; LAT article copy, 8/6/1974, "Pio Pico dies...grandson of last Mexican governor of California" ; tear sheet, (L.A.) Daily News, 1/16/1982, "Be it ever so humble, there's no place like her adobe" (story is specifically about the ANDRES PICO adobe - Pio's brother) ; LAT tear sheet, 10/2/1983, "Pio Pico lives on in California folklore" ; LAT tear sheet, 7/31/1988, "History lesson with putty knife...chipping away at Pico Hacienda."
Folder  7

Poulson, Norris 1952 - 1977

5 items: extended excerpts from Poulson's "memoirs" (looks more polished than typical "oral history" as it is listed on folder), including 60+ pages with some duplication - subjects include "First Mayorality Campaign" and "The Dodgers and Chavez Ravine" ; letter copy, 12/26/1952, from Norman Chandler to Norris Poulson, urging P. to run for mayor of L.A. ; letter copy, 8/29/1963, letter copy, 8/29/1963, from Walter O'Malley to Norris Poulson, friendly letter ; original brief letter, 7/10/1975, from Alan Williams, Dir. of Public Relations, Metropolitan Water district of Southern California, to James Bassett, LAT, opens "Here's the Norrie Poulson transcript...I found his recollections to be...accurate..." ; 2-pp. original letter, 2/21/1977, Norris Poulson to James Bassett, LAT, pointing out and highlighting some elements of the memoirs, esp. pages mentioning Norman Chandler.
Folder  8

Poulson, Norris 1944 - 1973

60+ items: LAT news stories and editorials, following the political career of Norris Poulson from the 1940s to 1960. Notable items: LAT editorial copy, 10/31/1944, "Reps. Poulson and Hinshaw deserve re-election" ; 2-pp. memo to "Mayor Poulson" from George Herbert (an aide?) on "the concession matter" involving a "Mr. Semenenko" and the Airports Commission and a possible investigation by The Examiner or other Hearst newspaper ; LAT article copy, 5/4/1960, "Poulson won't seek re-election" ; LAT tear sheet, 5/28/1973, "Norris Poulson...alive, well..."
Folder  9

Quinn, Joseph 1979

1 item: LAT tear sheet, 1/17/1979, "Reunion at Quinn services...2 generations of politicians attend rites," which read in part, "[the late] Dep. Mayor Joseph M. Quinn...had great influence in his 12 years at City Hall under Mayor Yorty, and as owner of City News Service...Quinn, who suffered from a heart ailment, died Saturday at 66."
Folder  10

Reagan, Ronald 1957 - 1980

Approx. 40 items: ; LAT editorial copy, "California - Man vs. Image," a strongly stated plea to Californians to "understand where reality ends and fantasy begins," asking them to reject the smooth, photogenic Reagan, and to re-elect Edmund Brown as governor, who had, LAT stated, governed the state "honestly, intelligently and compassionately" ; complete original issue, The Nation, 6/22/1974, focus = "The Reagan Years" ; LAT tear sheet, 12/3/1980, "700 attend the Reagan's social appearance in L.A." ; more.
Folder  11

Richardson, James 1954

3 excerpts copied from For the Life of Me: Memoirs of a City Editor by James N. Richardson, 1954. These excerpts total 16 pps. and provide a glimpse behind the scenes of the Los Angeles Herald of the 1920s through the 1940s.
Folder  12

Rochester, George 1926 - 1965

Approx. 12 items: LAT news copy, 5/21/1936, "Rochester to be Fitts opponent...former state senator enters primary race for office of district attorney" ; LAT news copy, 5/18/1938, "Gambling ship raid ruled legal by Webb" ; LAT news copy, 1/4/1965, "Study group suggests ways to speed justice," reads in part, "the blue-ribbon commission of 12 judges and lawyers [is] headed by attorney George W. Rochester..." ; more.
Folder  13

Rodia, Simon 1961

1 item: LAT clip copy, 11/5/1961, "Simon Rodia still shuns L.A." - column by Matt Weinstock tells of the time when the reclusive Rodia agreed to speak to students at UC Berkeley about his creation of the Watts Towers. Rodia was born in Italy in 1879, and died in Martinez, CA, in 1965.
Folder  14

Rogers, Earl 1920 - 1922

2 items: LAT news copy, 4/10/1920, "To keep Earl Rogers jailed...complaint after complaint filed against lawyer" ; LAT obit copy, 2/24/1922, "Plan rites for Earl Rogers...noted criminal lawyer died in uptown hotel.:
Folder  15

Rogers, Will 1936

1 item: LAT editorial copy, 11/4/1936, "Will Rogers," a tribune to the humorist who had been killed in a plane crash in Alaska in 1935.
Folder  16

Roosevelt, Eleanor 1962

1 item: LAT editorial copy, 11/9/1962, "Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt [Eleanor]," reads in part, "it does not follow that (her) influence was wholly good...
Folder  17

Roosevelt, Franklin D. 1932 - 1945

Approx. 25 items: LAT news tear sheet, 3/6/1933, "Roosevelt closes all banks...Congress meets Thursday" ; LAT editorial copy, 9/15/1940, "Are we still a democracy," LAT uses the word "dictatorship" in reference to FDR's seeking of a third term" ; LAT Page One copy, LAT editorial copy, 11/6/1940, "Mr. Roosevelt wins again" ; LAT Page One copy, 4/13/1945, "President Roosevelt dies...Harry S. Truman sworn in..." ; more.
Folder  18

Roosevelt, Theodore 1910 - 1916

Approx. 10 items: LAT news stories, cartoons and editorials (copies), many of them critical of Roosevelt's 3rd party run for president in 1912 (Bull Moose Party). The last item chronologically is an editorial, 6/27/1916, "Roosevelt's return," which states "The Times has no apologies to offer for criticism of Col. Roosevelt it has deemed its duty...to print," but nevertheless welcomes him back into the Republican Party for the 1916 campaign.
Folder  19

Sacco, Nicola and Bartolomeo Vanzetti 1927

4 items. LAT editorials and one news story: 4/15/1927, "The Sacco-Vanzetti Case" ; 8/6/1927, "The Sacco-Vanzetti Decision" ; news story copy, 8/11/1927, "Sacco and Vanzetti given respite of twelve days" ; 8/24/1927, "Nests of vipers."
Folder  20

St. Johns, Adela Rogers 1975 - 1988

3 items: 1-pp. (yellow) info. sheet on "St. Johns, Adela Rogers" ; LAT coversheet, 2/16/1975, "Home Q&A - Adela Rogers St. John" ; LAT tear sheet, 8/11/1988, "Writer Adela Rogers St. Johns dies at 94."
Folder  21

Samish, Artie 1949 - 1971

Approx. 15 items: article copy, Collier's, 8/13/1949, "Artie Samish runs an invincible lobby that dominates the politics of The Golden State" ; article copy, Newsweek, 8/22/1949, "The lobbyist has nine lives" ; article copy, Frontier, 11/15/1949, "What's wrong with Artie" ; selected chapters (approx. 50 pp.) copied from book, The Secret Boss of California by Samish & Thomas, 1971 ; LAT obit (AP) clip, ?/?/1974, "Arthur Samish, once-powerful lobbyist in legislature, dies."
Folder  22

Scott, Joseph 1915, 1958

2 items: LAT news copy, 7/20/1915, "Lawyer gets jury verdict" ; LAT editorial copy, 3/26/1958, "Joseph Scott - pillar of the community."
Folder  23

Shaw, Frank - Clippings 1932 - 1970

100+ items: dozens of news stories and editorials (from LAT perspective), most grouped chronologically, on the political career of Frank Shaw, including his being recalled by voters in 1938 (charged with corruption) during his second term as mayor ; 3-pp. chronology & summary headed "Shaw Index - from 1936 to date" [index runs to 1970] ; lengthy Liberty (mag) article copy, 11/11/1939, "The lid off L.A." ; LAT obit copy, 1/25/1958, "Ex-mayor Frank Shaw dies at 80" ; more.
Folder  24

Shaw, Frank - Correspondence 1937 - 1975

4 items: 4-pp. copied, apparently from longer work (pp. 130-133), headed "Angel City in turmoil," 1937 ; 5-pp. copied, headed (1937 Grand Jury) To the Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles" ; 42-pp. copies of report, (one on white paper, one on yellow sheets), "CONDENSED REPORT ON THE SHAW ADMINISTRATION - How it started, prospered, fell," 9/5/1974.
Folder  25

Shaw, George Bernard 1921

1 item. LAT editorial copy, 7/5/1921, headline is fuzzy, but the message is clear. The entire article is harsh criticism of G.B. Shaw, including the passage, "No other living writer is perhaps so afflicted with malignant egotism."
Box  668

Reference Files - People

Folder  1

Shaw, Joseph E. 1936 - 1965

Approx. 30 items: dozens of copies of news stories and editorials mentioning Joseph E. Shaw, Mayor Frank Shaw's brother and secretary. When his brother was recalled by voters in 1938, Joseph Shaw faced legal problems of his own. Joseph died in 1965 at age 76 (obit in folder).
Folder  2

Shuler, Robert 1920 - 1965

Approx. 25 items. A sampling of headlines from LAT news stories and editorials: 9/19/1929, "Shuler radio gossiping scored by grand jury...charges (made) based on mere hearsay injuring innocent persons" ; 12/28/1930, "Shuler radio battle opens here on January 8...Radio Commission to decide if pastor must get off the air" ; 6/22/1953, "Dr. Bob Shuler Sr. ends pastorate...veteran fundamentalist gives farewell sermon at Trinity Methodist Church" ; 9/12/1965, "Rev. Shuler dies...former prohibitionist."
Folder  3

Sinclair, Upton (1 of 2) 1920 - 1974

Approx. 80 items: dozens of copies of LAT news stories and editorials hostile to Sinclair and his message (especially during Harry Chandler era) ; several extended segments copied from Sinclair's book, I, Candidate for Governor and how I got Licked, 1935 ; segment copied from Rebel at Large, by George Creel, 1947 ; complete original issue, Southern California Quarterly, Winter 1974 - issue devoted to material on Sinclair ; LAT obit copy, 11/26/1968, "Upton Sinclair, 90, noted author, dies." Split into two folders.
Folder  4

Sinclair, Upton (2 of 2) 1920 - 1974

Approx. 80 items: dozens of copies of LAT news stories and editorials hostile to Sinclair and his message (especially during Harry Chandler era) ; several extended segments copied from Sinclair's book, I, Candidate for Governor and how I got Licked, 1935 ; segment copied from Rebel at Large, by George Creel, 1947 ; complete original issue, Southern California Quarterly, Winter 1974 - issue devoted to material on Sinclair ; LAT obit copy, 11/26/1968, "Upton Sinclair, 90, noted author, dies." Split into two folders.
Folder  5

Stanford, Leland 1933

1 item: 81-pp. copy (perfect binding with plastic cover and paper backing) of The Political Career of Leland Stanford, a thesis presented to the Dept. of History, University of Southern California (for M.A. degree) by Margaret Holt Mudgett, 1/9/1933. Stanford (1824-1893) was president of the Central Pacific Railroad and one-time governor of California.
Folder  6

Steinbeck, John 1939 - 1940

2 items: LAT news story copy, 7/9/1939, " 'Grapes of Wrath' author guards self from threats at Moody Gulch...Dust Bowl book brings trouble" ; LAT editorial copy, 4/1/1940, "One for Steinbeck," seeks to undermine one premise of Steinbeck's book, that San Joaguin Valley landowners lured Dust Bowl migrants to obtain a cheap labor pool.
Folder  7

Stimson, Marshall 1966

2 items: LAT oibt copy, 12/28/1951, "Marshall Stimson, lawyer, dies at 75" ; a major portion of Stimson's posthumously published autobiography, Fun, Fights and Fiestas in Old Los Angeles, 1966. The copy of the manuscript begins with pp. 147 (Chapter 13) and runs to the end of the book, pp. 322.
Folder  8

Storke, Thomas M. 1961

1 item: LAT editorial copy, 11/7/1961, "Honor to a true Conservative," reading in part, "The honored conservative is Thomas M. Storke, 84, editor-publisher of the Santa Barbara News-Press. He (has) received the 1961 Lauterbach Award of the Nieman Foundation at Harvard University for his vigorous insistence that 'public issues be discussed with decency and sanity'." LAT described how he stood up against influential Santa Barbara residents who supported the John Birch Society.
Folder  9

Sulzberger, Arthur "Punch" 1974

1 item. Article tear sheet, New York (mag), 5/6/1974, "Punch Sulzberger: the evolution of a pleasant young man." Profile of Arthur O. Sulzberger, publisher of the New York Times.
Folder  10

Taft, Robert 1951 - 1953

Approx. 40 items: collection of LAT news stories and editorial article copies on Sen. Robert A. Taft, his activities and his prospects for the Republican presidential nomination in 1952. Includes a selection of the "By the Way...with Bill Henry" columns.
Folder  11

Taft, William Howard 1911

1 item: LAT editorial copy, 10/11/1911, "Taft and Pinchot," mainly a criticism of Gofford Pinchot, a prominent conservationist of the time.
Folder  12

Trumbo, Dalton 1969

Approx. 12 items: includes correspondence between entertainer and social critic Steve Allen and screenwriter Dalton Trumbo. The letters begin with a controversy over an American Civil Liberties Union fundraising party to be held at the home of Trumbo. Steve Allen, an influential liberal in Hollywood, felt it was an inappropriate choice of location based on issues that are explained in his letters. As the correspondence stretches across May, June, July and into August,many sarcastic and humorous exchanges take place. It is not clear how copies of these letters came into the possession of James Bellows of LAT.
Folder  13

Turner, Lana 1958

1 item: 63-pp. transcript of testimony by Mickey Cohen, Lana Turner and others on the stabbing death of John Stompanato, Jr. in 1958 (the packet has stamped date in April 1958, but this may be incorrect. Some sources give stabbing date as being in June 1958.
Folder  14

Underwood, Agnes 1949 - 1984

Approx. 20 items: copy of review of Underwood's 1949 book, Newspaperwoman - source unknown ; several segments copied from that book ; LAT article copy, 1/20/1961, "Mrs. City Editor, Aggie Underwood" ; LAT, 7/8/1984, Jack Smith's column, a tribute to Underwood, with whom Smith worked for in the early 1950s.
Folder  15

Viereck, George S. 1916

1 item: LAT editorial copy, 4/22/1916, "The treason of Viereck," aimed at a man who, according to LAT, is a "foreign-paid, anti-American propagan(dist)."
Folder  16

Villa, Pancho 1916

Approx. 12 items: 1-pp. (yellow) index, headed "Pancho Villa--Print outs," listing dates (between 3/10/1916 and 6/23/1916) of copies of LAT news stories and editorials on Villa.
Folder  17

Warren, Earl - Clippings 1938 - 1943

100+ items: LAT news stories and editorial copies on the activities and career of Earl Warren. During the 1938 - 1943 time frame, Warren was District Attorney of Alameda County, later Attorney General and Governor of California.
Folder  18

Warren, Earl - Clippings 1943 - 1947

100+ items: LAT news stories and editorial copies on the activities and career of Earl Warren during the 1943 - 1947 time frame, when Warren was governor of California.
Box  669

Reference Files - People

Folder  1

Warren, Earl - Clippings 1948 - 1950

100+ items: LAT news stories and editorial copies on the activities and career of Earl Warren during the 1948 - 1950 time frame, when Warren was governor of California. Also included, lengthy excerpt (pp. 164-200) copied from Warren - the man, the court, the era, by John D. Weaver, 1968.
Folder  2

Warren, Earl - Clippings 1951 - 1956

100+ items: LAT news stories and editorial copies on the activities and career of Earl Warren during the 1951 - 1956 time frame. Warren was governor of California from 1947 until 1953, when he was named to the United States Supreme Court.
Folder  3

Warren, Earl - Clippings 1959 - 1975

Approx. 90 items: LAT news stories and editorial copies on the activities and career of Earl Warren during the 1959 - 1975 time frame. Warren was Chief Justice of the Supreme Court from 1953 until 1969, when he retired. The folder also contains these items: Page One LAT obit copy, 7/10/1974, "Earl Warren, 83, Chief Justice for 16 years, dies" ; clip, 7/16/1974, Santa Monica Outlook [conservative], He seized Golden Chance to become liberal hero," closes with the phrase "here was a great American" ; original 55-pp.booklet, In Memoriam - Honorable Earl Warren, Chief Justice , Supreme Court of the United States, 5/27/1975, text of tributes and testimonials to the memory of Justice Warren.
Folder  4

Werner, Pete and Helen 1933 - 1949

Approx. 20 items: LAT news stories and editorial copies from the 1930s and 1940s on the activities of one-time City Atty. Pete Werner and wife Helen (described as a "political queen of the 1920s" in L.A.), transcripts of hearings, other information. Notable items: LAT obit copy, 5/11/1947, "Helen Werner, political 'queen' of 20s, dies" ; 25-pp. transcript (on onionskin paper), from Dist. Court of Appeal of State of California, 2nd Appellate Dist., Div. Two, "Edwin P. Werner, Plaintiff and Appellant, vs. Southern California Associated Newspapers...Defendant and Respondent," filed 6/2/1949.
Folder  5

West, Nathaniel 1940

1 item: LAT news story copy, 12/23/1940, "Scenario writer and wife killed in auto collision," article provides some details.
Folder  6

White, Stephen M. 1893 - 1943

Approx. 20 items: collection of LAT news stories and editorial copies on the career of U.S. Senator Stephen M. White, born in San Francisco, 1853, died in Los Angeles, 1901. Notable items: excerpt copied from book, Take the Witness, by Alfred Cohn & Joe Chisholm, 1943 ; a selection of tributes to White from 2/1901 ; LAT obit, 2/22/1901, "Senator White's career closed...death claims the distinguished lawyer and statesman--tributes of respect from all sections."
Folder  7

Wilshire, Gaylord 1981

1 item: LAT clip, Jack Smith's column for 3/26/1981, "The boulevard of token dreams." (about Gaylord Wilshire's contributions to the history of Los Angeles)
Folder  8

Wilson, Woodrow 1912 - 1928

Approx. 10 items. Copies of LAT news stories and editorials including: Page One of edition of 11/6/1912, "Wilson and Marshall win on a landslide" ; 2/4/1924, "Woodrow Wilson's life ends..." ; editorial - 2/7/1924, "The Wilson Legend."
Folder  9

Yaw, Ellen Beach 1904 - 1947

8 items: Includes a 2-pp. descriptive index of LAT items between 1896 and 1910. Also: LAT news story, 3/5/1904, "Ellen Beach Yaw is still girlish" ; article copy, Out West (mag) 10/1912, "California's sweetest singer" ; LAT obit, 9/10/1947, "Ellen Beach Yaw, renowned singer of early 1900s, dies (at 78)."
Folder  10

Yorty, Sam (1 of 2) 1938 - 1973

Approx. 100 items: LAT news stories, editorials and other material on Sam Yorty, long-time mayor of Los Angeles and unsuccessful candidate for various other offices. Yorty first appeared in stories in the 1930s as a State Assemblyman, later served in the U.S. House, and in City politics, rising to the Mayorship. Also recorded here are the feuds between LAT (esp. Otis C.) and Yorty, campaigns pitting Yorty against Tom Bradley, etc. Split into two folders.
Folder  11

Yorty, Sam (2 of 2) 1938 - 1973

Approx. 100 items: LAT news stories, editorials and other material on Sam Yorty, long-time mayor of Los Angeles and unsuccessful candidate for various other offices. Yorty first appeared in stories in the 1930s as a State Assemblyman, later served in the U.S. House, and in City politics, rising to the Mayorship. Also recorded here are the feuds between LAT (esp. Otis C.) and Yorty, campaigns pitting Yorty against Tom Bradley, etc. Split into two folders.
 

Oversize 1933-1981

Scope and Content Note

Oversize items, including notebooks, blueprints, and a special copy of Among Ourselves. Date range is 1933-1981.
 

New LA Plat Book 1935

The New Los Angeles Plat Book including restrictions, Realty Map and Service Co., Los Angeles: maps of Los Angeles showing land divisions, complete with street index, 1935.
Box  715

Reference Files - Oversized 1933-1981

4" x 7" 3-ring notebook with title page reading, "Los Angeles Times: Dominating newspaper in America's 4th largest market," 1933; oversize pencil and pen drawing of Editorial page eagle logo; reprints of "Editor and Publisher" article about LAT building, 1935; blueprint copy, "Details Main Lobby Plans & Elevations & Miscellaneous Scale Details," (9/22/1933); blueprint, "Main Lobby Remodeling, Times Mirror Company (4/25/1961); Los Angeles Times - The First 100 Years - A Special Edition of Among Ourselves (2 copies), December 1981.
 

Los Angeles Times History Center 1970-1990

Physical Description: 6 boxes

Administrative files of the History Center and its staff. Includes job descriptions, forms, correspondence, reports, budgets, and other administrative material. Date range is 1899-1997. Bulk is from the 1970s-1990s.
Box  716

Los Angeles Times History Center

Folder  1

Overall Objectives 1969, 1982-1983

Reports and interoffice correspondence from 1982-1983 regarding short and long term goals and objectives for the Archives, primarily from Lois Markwith to Jim Boswell. Also includes Data Processing Department organization papers from 1969.
Folder  2

Objectives - 1990 1981-1991

History Center project schedules and objectives charts, Strategic Long-range Planning booklet from the Society of American Archivists, and an annual report from the Chase Manhattan Archives (most likely used as reference).
Folder  3

Policy 1983-1990

History Center project schedules and objectives charts; overviews of the programs and services offered by the center.
Folder  4

Objectives - Long Range 1988-1992

History Center project schedules and objectives charts.
Folder  5

History Center Goals 1994-1995

History Center 1995 goals and objectives in interoffice correspondence between Dan Lewis and Laura Morgan in various stages of revision; copies of History Center guides and newsletters outlining archival resources (reference materials, publishers' papers, business and editorial departments' records, and special materials), access, and characteristics for archival records.
Folder  6

Operations Manual 1979-1987

Article "Put it in Writing: Developing an effective staff and policy manual" by Charles F. Bryan, Jr.; notes on procedures manual; notes and outlines of access policy; notes and outlines of book processing; notes and outlines of photo processing.
Folder  7

Mission Statement 1983, 1990

Draft and final versions of the History Center Mission Statement, 1990; mission statement, guidelines for evaluating records for retention, and guidelines and goals, 1983.
Folder  8

Mission Statements - samples 1980-1984

Sample mission statements from other companies.
Folder  9

History Center Guidelines 1995-1996

New plans and guidelines for History Center operations (implemented after the reversal of the decision to close the center).
Folder  10

Initial proposal to Otis Chandler 1972-1978

Memos and reports leading up to and including the proposal to establish historian and/or company archivist positions and appropriate related departments (proposal approved by Otis Chandler in 1978).
Folder  11

Department mandate by Otis Chandler 1978

Handwritten statement of purpose; copies of Otis Chandler's Times Mirror management bulletin announcing the appointment of Lois Markwith as Archivist for the Times (and thus the establishment of the Times Archives).
Folder  12

Reporting relationships 1978-1990

Memos and bulletins concerning various instances of reorganization and the reporting relationships affected by them between 1978-1990.
Folder  13

Reports - Jeff Klein 1990

History Center status reports from 1990, including mission statement, projects, budget, and service requests.
Folder  14

Highlights - 1993 1993-1994

History Center report (with drafts) on the highlights of 1993, including editorial and operations/administration updates.
Folder  15

Monthly Reports 1994-1995

Monthly reports from Dan Lewis to Laura Morgan detailing both internal and external requests for information from the History Center, along with comments on the months activities.
Folder  16

Budget - supplies/Eastman Company information 1988

Promotional materials for office supplier Eastman Company along with a list of prices for the Los Angeles Times and an update regarding delivery procedures for supplies.
Folder  17

Budget - programs proposed 1989 1988-1990

Budgetary papers for projects proposed along with costs, including staffing, supplies, and exhibits for the year 1989.
Folder  18

Budget - programs proposed 1990 1989-1990

Budgetary papers for projects proposed along with costs, including staffing, supplies, and exhibits for the year 1990.
Folder  19

Budget Materials 1993-1995

Budget materials, including spreadsheets, schedules, and lists of expenses.
Folder  20

Job descriptions 1978-1990

"Job descriptions for the Los Angeles Times positions of Historian and Archivist. Personnel papers for LA Times archivists Lois Markwith and Craig St. Clair removed 11/19/12 in accordance with personnel privacy policies - CMD. "
Folder  21

Staff Objectives 1984-1988

Notes, staffing proposal for a History Center clerk, memo regarding pay increases, and a rate schedule.
Folder  22

Staffing 1990

Notes and a staffing proposal for a History Center clerk.
Folder  23

Administration 1995

History Center Historian; tongue-in-cheek memo regarding "cereal king taking over" the Times Mirror; letter concerning cooperation between the History Center and The Newseum; Communications department summaries of projects; telephone extension directory, 1995. Performance evaluations for Dan Lewis removed 12/19/12 due to personnel privacy policies - CMD
Box  717

Los Angeles Times History Center

Folder  1

Lunches 1980-1985

Spreadsheets detailing Archives special lunches, dinners, and events (visitors) as well as field trips to other businesses and institutions.
Folder  2

Management conference 1989-1990

2 letters regarding automatic payroll deduction for Los Angeles Times Management Conference membership fee; request for participation in a survey regarding the Management Conference.
Folder  3

Graphic aids undated

4 translucent plastic rulers with various shape and angle guides.
Folder  4

Communications objectives with other departments 1986

List of Archives objectives for communication with other departments.
Folder  5

Inter-office memos 1984-1990

Various interoffice memoranda from the period 1984-1990.
Folder  6

Correspondence regarding requests 1984

Outgoing correspondence regarding archives requests from outside sources in 1984.
Folder  7

Correspondence (external) 1984

Incoming and outgoing correspondence regarding archives requests from outside sources from 1985-1989.
Folder  8

Otis Chandler memos and correspondence 1988-1989

Incoming and outgoing correspondence primarily between Otis Chandler and Carolyn Strickler, mainly regarding the transfer of his files to the archives, and her research into Harry Chandler's association with the controversial Human Betterment Foundation.
Folder  9

Larry Dietz 1988-1989

Miscellaneous papers from the files of Larry Dietz, including notes, correspondence, copies of articles, and a large map facsimile of Los Angeles in 1884.
Folder  10

Exhibit memoranda 1991-1992

Interoffice correspondence and memoranda regarding the Times Globe lobby exhibit, including various drafts of the exhibit letter and a list of tentative exhibit elements.
Folder  11

Correspondence 1991

Incoming and outgoing correspondence primarily to and from Craig St. Clair, Los Angeles Times Company Historian. Most of the letters concern requests for information in the archives. Two copies of a resume and one item of personal correspondence removed 11/191/2 in accordance with personnel privacy policies - CMD.
Folder  12

Laura Morgan memoranda 1991-1994

Miscellaneous papers of Laura Morgan, including article drafts, notes, memoranda, and incoming and outgoing interoffice correspondence.
Folder  13

Memos 1994-1995

Miscellaneous interoffice memos and correspondence relating to the History Center and the Communications department.
Folder  14

Times Mirror memos 1994-1995

Interoffice correspondence regarding Mark Willes' appointment as president and CEO of Times Mirror, 1995; two lists of contacts and phone numbers at Times Mirror, 1994 and 1995.
Folder  15

Correspondence (external) 1994

Incoming and outgoing correspondence of the History Center for the year 1994, primarily deals with research and information requests.
Folder  16

Correspondence (external) 1995

Incoming and outgoing correspondence of the History Center for the year 1995, primarily deals with research and information requests.
Folder  17

History Center closing 1995

Correspondence regarding the closing of the Los Angeles Times History Center, including draft and final versions of the collection description, discussion of the deed of gift and transfer of material to the Huntington Library, and letters from the City of Los Angeles and the Society of California Archivists lamenting the closure of the Center.
Folder  18

Los Angeles Times first edition correspondence 1981-1990

Correspondence to and from Lois Markwith between various parties who thought they were in possession of original copies of the Los Angeles Times first issue.
Box  718

Los Angeles Times History Center

Folder  1

Lobby exhibit timeline extension 1980-1989

Papers relating to the Times lobby exhibit timeline 5 year/10 year extension plan, including logs, memoranda, correspondence, and clippings, and photographs. The file was divided into the following sections: Compressing lobby timeline/reasons not to, Graphics and captions to be replaced, Project logs, Memos, Program description, Proposals, Time schedules, Planning phase I, Design phase II, Design production III, Construction phase IV, Opening day/receptions V, and Costs.
Folder  2

Exhibit project- permanent display 1988

Project log for "LAT Orange County Exhibit Project" along with typed and handwritten notes on ideas.
Folder  3

Exhibit programs - Times South 1983-1984

Project logs, notes, budget breakdowns, and correspondence relating to the Times South Lobby exhibit project.
Folder  4

Exhibit program - traveling exhibits 1987-1989

Papers relating to the Times traveling exhibit program, divided into project logs, memos, exhibit firms, frame companies, and purchase requests/capital expense categories. Also includes color photographs of the exhibits and a sample plate the reads, "Materials compiled from the Los Angeles Times History Center."
Folder  5

Exhibits (internal) objectives 1987-1988

List of in-house exhibits; black and white photocopies of Times exhibit photographs; 3 articles clipped from History News: How to design museum exhibitions that work," The best laid plans of mice and museums," and "Artifacts as historical objects."
Folder  6

Exhibit ideas - 3rd floor corridor 1985

Service request form from the Metro department requesting material for the third floor exhibit.
Folder  7

Exhibit program - type styles, sizes 1987

Large folded graph paper sheet entitled Carolyn's Exhibit Design Kit; paper mock-up of an exhibit plate/label; examples of exhibit label text with various sizes and wordings; photocopied information on planning labels for an exhibit.
Folder  8

Exhibit maintenance 1989

Papers related to exhibit maintenance for the year 1989, including materials and price lists, notes, work orders, and invoices. The papers were divided into the following sections: LAT work orders, Outside work orders, and Blank forms.
Folder  9

Exhibit maintenance 1990

Order confirmation form from Greyhound Exhibitgroup Inc. for the Pulitzer Prize panel addition to the Times exhibit.
Folder  10

Supplier: Color House 1986

Letter and color advertisement flier from Color House thanking patrons for their support and mentioning their selection as the 1986 Professional Color Lab of the Year.
Folder  11

Composing Room Museum 1990

Time schedule and project log for the Composing Room Museum project.
Folder  12

Exhibit firms general information 1985-1989

Notes, brochures, clippings, and advertisements for various exhibit vendors.
Folder  13

Exhibitgroup, Inc. 1986-1987

Brochures, correspondence, product samples, and advertisements from Exhibitgroup, Inc.
Folder  14

Department Histories program 1990

Project log with status and remarks for the department histories program.
Folder  15

Regulations for use objectives undated

Printed copy of an agreement letter template by Carolyn Strickler for use of the History Center archives; blank objectives chart.
Folder  16

Appraisal guidelines 1973-1982

Articles, notes, and booklets regarding archival appraisal and accessioning; letter from Otis Chandler to the Library of Congress expressing his desire to contribute his papers to the Los Angeles Times' own archives.
Folder  17

Examples - appraisal policies 1958, 1976-1987

Articles and examples of appraisal policies from other institutions, as well as appraisal guides and guidelines for retention in the Los Angeles Times' own archives.
Folder  18

Access objectives 1982-1984

Charts comparing Society of American Archivists business archives guidelines with the Los Angeles Times archives; project log for establishing processing procedures for all holdings; project log for surveys of key departments.
Folder  19

Access restricted list 1986-1987

Lists of restricted files in the Los Angeles Times archives.
Folder  20

Appraisal guidelines and fact sheet 1977-1984

Notes and typed draft of History Center guidelines for identifying archival records; examples of corporate procedures from other companies (Coca-Cola and Chase Manhattan Bank).
Folder  21

Processing and preservation objectives 1982-1985

8 x 10" negative with adhesive issues and a torn envelope with a note that reads, "reason why we use archival quality protectors"; copy of article "An Analysis of Processing Procedures: The Adaptable Approach" by Slotkin and Lynch; blank objectives log; notes filed under the heading "card indexing items to enter."
Folder  22

Nitrate negatives duplication project 1986

Copy of "A short guide to nitrate negatives: history, care, and duplication," by Steven Puglia of the Northeast Document Conservation Center.
Folder  23

Processing logs 1982-1986

Conservation self-study questionnaire; Los Angeles Times Archives inventory of processed, semi-processed, and processed holdings as of April 1983; dozens of processing project logs,1982-1986.
Folder  24

Acquisitions objectives 1986-1989

Letter from Dan Strehl of the Los Angeles Public Library to Carolyn Strickler offering deaccessioned issues of the Times for sale to the archives with notes on what was purchased, 1986; sample note of file receipt acknowledgment, 1989; handwritten notes on acquisitions policy clipped to a letter from John Rothman of the new York Times archives to Carolyn concerning the policies of both companies, 1987.
Folder  25

Inventory/ unaccessioned records - Wilcox building basement 1986

Memo to Otis Chandler from Carolyn Strickler regarding accounting records in the Wilcox building basement requesting to accession them into the archives; records survey of the Wilcox basement items.
Box  719

Los Angeles Times History Center

Folder  1

Loans - outgoing 1994-1995

Spreadsheet of outgoing loans to the L.A. Municipal Art Gallery along with loan agreement form and a letter regarding the loans, 1994; correspondence, proof of insurance, loan agreement, and photocopy of the item for the loan of an Ansel Adams letter to The Friends of Photography, 1995.
Folder  2

Loans - incoming 1992

Loan agreement for a Kodak 127mm lens for the display case in the third floor hall, loan period 2 years.
Folder  3

Calendar of events - John Dreyfuss project 1987

Service request form for John Dreyfuss, View writer, for archives materials.
Folder  4

"Now and Then" pieces - Metro section 1987

Archives project log for "Now and Then" pieces in the metro section for Carol Shirley and Russ Devito, mentions a search for photos.
Folder  5

Senior management group presentation 1930s, 1987

Folder of ideas and points to make for a meeting with senior management, including a handwritten note regarding the meeting, two articles regarding archives resource allocation and the study of history, and a packet of photocopies of Horace Ellsworth Downing's 1930s correspondence from the archives.
Folder  6

Slide presentations undated

Notes for a presentation made about the archives to Times staff members.
Folder  7

Slide presentation LAT/ LA history 1981

Notes, a booklet on making a slide show for your historical society, project log for LA History slide show, manuscript "On Turning 100"; printed copy of the slide presentation talk on the history of the Times and the history of the city of Los Angeles.
Folder  8

Special programs - Guided Tours of Times Past 1984-1988

Map and guide for San Francisco Labor and History Tour; service request and article for Times ideas for participation in the Pasadena Children's Museum; project logs for Guided Tours of Times Past; note thanking Carolyn [Strickler] for the walking history tour she gave.
Folder  9

Special project - Los Angeles Historic Trails 1988

Handwritten note with ideas for a self-guided tour of downtown Los Angeles with kiosk displays; a news clipping on "Power of the Place" efforts to commemorate Los Angeles historical sites with meaning to minorities.
Folder  10

Special project - Mrs. Hobart Bosworth 1940, 1957, 1990

Notes, project log, and photocopies of news articles for a project on Mrs. Hobart Bosworth.
Folder  11

Special projects - Hollywood cemetery 1939, 1945, 1983-1988

Papers related to two issues with related to the Hollywood Cemetery: 1. Notice of purported shifting of the Eliza Otis obelisk, with ensuing legal advisement correspondence, 1983; 4 x 6" color photographs of the obelisk, 19. 2. Vandalizing of the bronze eagle on the 1910 bombing victim memorial, including correspondence, lists of contacts, project logs, and photographs (both photocopies and prints, including 2 black and white prints from the archives dated 1945 and 1939 of the intact eagle monument, and Polaroids of the bird after its wings were stolen in 1987), map of the cemetery, news clippings on the decline of the cemetery's upkeep, and information from vendors amassed while researching repair or replacement of the statue.
Folder  12

Educational Services projects 1987

Project log for Educational Services department projects utilizing History Center materials.
Folder  13

Oral History outside services 1983-1985

Brochures advertising transcription and binding services, forms, guidelines, instructions, and a bibliography on oral history from other companies and institutions, including the San Diego Historical Society, California State University Fullerton, Southwest Oral History Association, and University of California Los Angeles.
Folder  14

Southwest Oral History Association survey and guide 1985-1986

Correspondence from the Southwest Oral History Association requesting participation in their guide to oral history collections; notes.
Folder  15

Oral History report 1984-1988

Articles on effective writing, notes, memoranda, budget breakdown, and reports on the requirements and feasibility of starting an oral history program at the Los Angeles Times.
Folder  16

Oral History - video tape 1986-1988

Articles on video oral histories, notes, memoranda, and reports from a committee on the way video could be utilized at the Los Angeles Times and what equipment would be necessary.
Folder  17

Oral history programs 1986-1989

Articles, essays, overviews, notes, news clippings, correspondence, and a project log for reference in researching the feasibility of an oral history program at the Times.
Folder  18

Promotion department request - calendar idea 1899-1906, 1987, 1990

In-house service request from Susan McRae, Director of Promotion for use of original issues of Sunday magazine for calendar to help kick off up-sized Times Sunday magazine, 1990; photocopies of Times Mirror annual reports for background material, 1899-1906; Los Angeles magazine article on the size-up of Los Angeles Times magazine, 1987.
Folder  19

Promotion department request - N.A.B.J. Convention 1990

Project log, notes, and copy of the finished product for the Promotion department's special feature in the Times for the National Association of Black Journalists Convention in Los Angeles, 1990.
Folder  20

Marketing ideas 1983-1988

Project logs, correspondence, notes, advertisements, articles, news clippings, and examples of potential merchandising and marketing ideas, including a 18 x 36" fabric example printed with a page of the Los Angeles Sunday Times fashion page from June 29, 1924.
Folder  21

Orientations of the History Center 1985-1990

Materials for staff orientations of the History Center and its functions and services, including lists of orientations, examples, and memos.
Folder  22

Presentations undated

Blank project log forms for presentations to various groups.
Folder  23

Brochure requests 1987

Internal brochure distribution list; list of outside brochure requests; management bulletin announcing Milo Sutton's appointment to the position of Marketing Manager, Special Projects.
Folder  24

KCET history project 1990

Papers relating to the KCET history project, including an In-house services request for photographic prints, correspondence, notes, and photocopies of the photographs they planned to use from the archive.
Folder  25

Panorama project 1988-1989

Requests for photos made by Tom Peckham for the Remember When feature for the Times retiree publication, Panorama, 1988; notes, 1988; copies of the resulting Panorama articles, 1988-1989.
Box  720

Los Angeles Times History Center

Folder  1

Newsletter about the department 1982-1989

Project logs, notes, drafts for a History Center newsletter; examples of newsletters from many other departments, companies and institutions.
Folder  2

History Center newsletter 1991

3 copies of the September 1991 History Center newsletter.
Folder  3

History Center newsletter #2 1993

Memo to staff and from Craig St. Clair; 3 copies of a newsletter on identifying and transferring records to the History Center.
Folder  4

Publications - brochure 1979-1987

Drafts and text samples for the History Center brochure; sample fliers and brochures from many other departments, companies and institutions.
Folder  5

History Center brochure 1977-1989

Drafts, correspondence, notes, project logs and samples for the creation of the History Center brochure. Material was divided into the following sections: project schedule, general introduction to History Center, acquisitions program, rough drafts, artwork/ photos, format/ approach, type samples, and background information.
Folder  6

Panorama retiree publication 1988

Panorama Spring 1988 (first issue); Panorama Summer 1988 issue.
Folder  7

Newspaper Guild drive 1993

Flier/article from the Los Angeles Newspaper Guild about cutbacks and layoffs at the Times with handwritten notes refuting many of the claims; list of Guild represented newspapers; anti-union memo entitled "What the Guild Won't Tell You" originally stamped CONFIDENTIAL.
Folder  8

Miscellaneous internal materials 1990-1995

Miscellaneous internal materials, including brochures, fliers, booklets, interoffice correspondence, phone lists, forms, and reports.
Box  721

Los Angeles Times History Center

Folder  1

Times Building 1935 1931-1983

Photocopies of articles and photographs concerning the Times building at 202 W. First Street.
Folder  2

Broadway Building 1960, 1978, 1990

Photocopies of articles and photographs concerning the Broadway building at 130 S. Broadway.
Folder  3

Times Mirror Building 1969, 1972, 1990

Photocopies of articles and photographs concerning the Times Mirror Building (also referred to as the Chandler Building) at 220 W. First Street.
Folder  4

Times Building South (Mirror Building 1947) 1947-1987

Photocopies of articles concerning the Times South building at 145 S. Spring Street; pair of negatives on Pulitzer prize winners, 1983 and 1987.
Folder  5

Adjacent buildings used by Times Mirror 1971, 1989

Photocopies of articles concerning buildings used by Times Mirror: the Wilcox Building on the corner of 2nd and Spring Street and the Powell Building at 130 W. 1st Street.
Folder  6

Parking garages 1967-1990

Photocopies of articles concerning the parking garage buildings of Times Mirror.
Folder  7

Los Angeles Times Globe Lobby 1981-1990

Photocopies of articles concerning the Globe Lobby of the Times Building.
Folder  8

Newspapers of Los Angeles 1963, 1991, 1995

Correspondence from Dan Lewis regarding past newspapers in Los Angeles with list, 1995; article "Newspapers of Los Angeles: The First Fifty Years 1851-1900" by Henry Winfred Splitter, 1963; book Untapped Sources America's Newspaper Archives and Histories by Jon Vanden Heuvel, 1991.
Folder  9

Historic newspaper resources 1986

Inventory/price list for Richard W. Spellman's stock of old and rare historical newspapers, 1986.
Folder  10

Extra editions from 1884-1986 undated

List of Los Angeles Times extra editions with dates and headlines from 1884-1986 (not exhaustive).
Folder  11

Banner headlines from 1988-1997 1997

List of Los Angeles Times banner headlines with dates and wording from 1988-1997.
Folder  12

Los Angeles Times Centennial 1980-1981

Papers related to the Los Angeles Times Centennial: interoffice correspondence, list of anniversary plans, page from January 12, 1981 commemorative issue, and mentions of the Centennial in Among Ourselves.
Folder  13

Background and history of Times Mirror Square 1977, 1993-1994

Papers related to building and construction details of Times Mirror square and its structures, including memoranda, fact sheets, write-ups, articles, and maps.
Folder  14

"Did You Know?" columns from Among Ourselves 1993-1996

Collection of "Did You Know?" columns from Among Ourselves.
Folder  15

Historical vignettes 1986-1993

Historical vignettes on various topics and episodes in the history of Times Mirror prepared between 1986-1993.
Folder  16

Harry Chandler photo request 1996

Correspondence and invoicing for photo reproductions requested by Harry Chandler (15 prints and negatives made); black and white photocopies of the images he requested.
Folder  17

Composing room research 1996

Interoffice correspondence regarding photographs requested by Jim Angius (in TRG) for a training room display; black and white photocopies of the 19 images requested.
Folder  18

Los Angeles Conservancy issues 1994-1995

4 issues of the Los Angeles Conservancy News, 1994-1995.
Folder  19

Inter American Press Association conference 1996

E-mails and information regarding the 1996 Inter American Press Association conference, and the subsequent lack of an article about it in Among Ourselves.
Folder  20

Historical societies 1991-1996

List of historical societies from Mary Ellen House to Michele Biagioni, 1996; California Council for the Promotion of History membership roster, 1994-1995; The Historical Society of Southern California: A Centennial History 1891-1991 by Jane Apostol, 1991.
Folder  21

Hollywood Online 1996

Article and press release regarding Times Mirror's acquisition of Hollywood Online (www.hollywood.com).
Folder  22

Inside Times Mirror 1996

E-mail from Michelle Cullinan, Times Mirror Webmaster, requesting "tidbits about your internet sites to publish in an ongoing technology section in Inside Times Mirror" to encourage employees to visit company sites besides their own.
Box  722

Los Angeles Times History Center

Folder  1

Facilities program 1978-1990

Notes, memoranda, articles, diagrams, and projects logs on space requests and allocation for the History Center relocation. Papers were divided in the following sections: project log, memos, floor plans/ samples, programs/ LAT, references - external, requirements, schedules and timetables.
Folder  2

Facilities - Underground Vaults and Storage, Inc. 1989

Correspondence to Carolyn Strickler from Underground Vaults and Storage, Inc. with advertisement brochures and fliers enclosed.
Folder  3

Facilities - equipment/ furniture to purchase circa 1990

Flier from Melmat, Inc. advertising their Lok Box wood crate storage.
Folder  4

Facilities - repairs and equipment 1986-1988

Work orders and requisitions for office equipment repair or acquisition (printer troubleshooting, shelving purchase, etc.).
Folder  5

Facilities objectives circa 1988

Goals chart with Society of American Archivists' recommendations for business archives facilities listed with the short and long term goals of the History Center for facilities.
Folder  6

Facilities 1982-1985

Floor plans, project logs for storage rearrangement, guidelines for records retention, and storage area evaluations for the various archives storage facilities at the Los Angeles Times.
Folder  7

LAT/ Red Cross disaster program 1986-1987

Informational and advertisement brochures, clippings, and booklets on disaster and earthquake preparedness planning, papers relating to the Society of American Archivists disaster planning workshop.
Folder  8

Blank forms undated

Blank forms, form letters, and lists: sources of archival supplies; service request tally sheets; service requests; time schedules; trip calendars; telephone charges; permissions to access records; condition surveys; photo releases; oral history interview forms; overdue notices; objectives; history center closed memo; meeting agendas; reference requests; activities charts; processing forms; destruction authority labels; inventories for unaccessioned items; inventory of restricted items; inventory sheets; restrictions authorizations; records access logs; accession logs; authorization for transfer of records; certificate of gift; budgets; worksheets for photo/slide/graphics requests; type samples; year project schedules; project logs; monthly activities; time schedules.
 

Los Angeles Times Addenda 1961-2001

Physical Description: 13 boxes and 7 bound volumes

The Los Angeles Times Addenda series numbers 14 boxes and contains annual and interim reports, press releases, executive rosters and guest books, and speeches by Times executives. It was added to the collection in 2008 and primarily reflects the activities of the Times and its executives circa 1980-2000. Annual reports from 1944-1989 were interfiled into existing Business Department Annual Report files. Duplicates in excess of 3 copies were deaccessioned. Includes media for select speeches (3.5" floppy discs and cassette tape recordings). Date range is 1961-2001.
Box  723

LAT Addenda - Annual Reports

Folder  1

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1961

"Interim Report to Shareholders Forty Weeks Ending October 8, 1961" brochures, (3 copies); photocopy of "Interim Report to Shareholders Twenty-eight Weeks Ending July 16, 1961."
Folder  2

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1962

Brochures: "Interim Report to Shareholders Twelve Weeks Ending March 25, 1962" (2 copies); "Interim Report to Shareholders Twenty-eight Weeks Ending July 15, 1962" (2 copies); "Interim Report to Shareholders Forty Weeks Ending October 7, 1962" (1 copy).
Folder  3

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1963

3 brochures: "Interim Report to Shareholders Twelve Weeks Ended March 24, 1963"; "Interim Report to Shareholders Twenty-eight Weeks Ended July 14, 1963"; "Interim Report to Shareholders Forty Weeks Ended October 6, 1963".
Folder  4

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1964

"Interim Report to Shareowners Twelve Weeks Ended March 22, 1964" (3 copies); "Interim Report to Shareowners Twenty-eight Weeks Ended July 12, 1964" (3 copies); "Interim Report to Shareowners Forty Weeks Ended October 4, 1964" (3 copies); "A report on The Times Mirror Company" by Blythe & Co., Inc.
Folder  5

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1965

"Interim Report to Shareowners Twelve Weeks Ended March 21, 1965" (3 copies); "Interim Report to Shareowners Twenty-eight Weeks Ended July 11, 1965" (3 copies); "Interim Report to Shareowners Forty Weeks Ended October 3, 1965" (3 copies).
Folder  6

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1966

"Interim Report to Shareowners Twenty-eight Weeks Ended July 10, 1966" (3 copies); "Interim Report to Shareowners Forty Weeks Ended October 2, 1966" (3 copies).
Folder  7

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1967

"The Times Mirror Company Interim Report Twelve Weeks Ended March 26, 1967" (3 copies); "The Times Mirror Company Interim Report Twenty-eight Weeks Ended July 16, 1967" (3 copies); "The Times Mirror Company Interim Report Forty Weeks Ended October 8, 1967" (3 copies).
Folder  8

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1968

"Times Mirror 1968 Interim Report Twelve Weeks Ended March 24" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1968 Interim Report Twenty-eight Weeks Ended July 14" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1968 Interim Report Forty Weeks Ended October 6" (3 copies).
Folder  9

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1969

"Times Mirror 1969 Interim Report Twelve Weeks Ended March 23" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1969 Interim Report Twenty-eight Weeks Ended July 13" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1969 Interim Report Forty Weeks Ended October 5" (3 copies); single-sheet, "Agenda for the Annual Meeting of Shareholders" - Times Mirror.
Folder  10

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1970

"Times Mirror 1970 Interim Report Twelve Weeks Ended March 22" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1970 Interim Report Twenty-eight Weeks Ended July 12" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1970 Interim Report Forty Weeks Ended October 4" (3 copies).
Folder  11

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1971

"Times Mirror Interim Report 1971 Twelve Weeks Ended March 21, 1971" (3 copies); "Times Mirror Interim Report 1971 Twenty-eight Weeks Ended July 11, 1971" (3 copies); "Times Mirror Interim Report 1971 Forty Weeks Ended October 3, 1971" (3 copies).
Folder  12

Times Mirror Company securities report 1972

Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-K Annual Report, 1972.
Folder  13

Times Mirror Company securities report 1974

Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-K Annual Report, 1974.
Folder  14

Times Mirror Company securities report 1974

Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-K Annual Report, 1974.
Folder  15

Times Mirror Company reports 1976

92-page bound copy of the "Times Mirror Company Factbook" for the year 1976; Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-K Annual Report, 1976.
Folder  16

Times Mirror Company reports 1977

104-page bound copy of the "Times Mirror Company Factbook" for the year 1977; two copies of Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-K Annual Report, 1977.
Box  724

LAT Addenda - Annual Reports

Folder  1

Times Mirror Company reports 1978

106-page bound copy of the "Times Mirror Company Factbook" for the year 1978; Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-K Annual Report, 1978; Times Mirror 1978 Annual Meeting of Shareholders brochure.
Folder  2

Times Mirror Company reports 1979

Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-K Annual Report, 1978 (2 copies); Prospectus report, first page of which begins, "Prospectus $100,000,000 The Times Mirror Company 9 5/8% notes due 1986..." dated September 12, 1979.
Folder  3

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1981

"Times Mirror 1981 Third Quarter Interim Report Third Quarter Ended September 27, 1981" (3 copies).
Folder  4

Times Mirror Company reports 1982

80-page "Times Mirror Company Factbook" for the year 1982 (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1982 First Quarter Interim Report First Quarter Ended April 4, 1982" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1982 Second Quarter Interim Report Second Quarter Ended July 4, 1982" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1982 Third Quarter Interim Report Third Quarter Ended October 3, 1982" (3 copies).
Folder  5

Times Mirror Company reports 1983

Times Mirror 1983 Annual Meeting of Shareholders brochure; 80-page "Times Mirror Factbook 1983" (2 copies); "Times Mirror 1983 First Quarter Interim Report First Quarter Ended April 3, 1983" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1983 Second Quarter Interim Report Second Quarter Ended July 3, 1983" (2 copies); "Times Mirror 1983 Third Quarter Interim Report Third Quarter Ended October 2, 1983" (3 copies).
Folder  6

Times Mirror Company media reports 1982-1984

2 folders: "Times Mirror Cable Television" folder containing facts and figures sheets, "Dimension" Cable Services Guide March 1983, and Times Mirror Cable Television glossy ad booklet; "Times Mirror Videotex Services" folder containing news releases (including three 8 x 10" black and white photographs), glossy Gateway ad booklet, system configuration sheet, and "Gallery" quarterly update booklet.
Folder  7

Times Mirror Company reports 1983

Times Mirror 1984 Annual Meeting of Shareholders brochure (3 copies); The Times Mirror Company Operations and Results (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1984 First Quarter Interim Report First Quarter Ended April 1, 1984" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1984 Second Quarter Interim Report Second Quarter Ended July 1, 1984" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1984 Third Quarter Interim Report Third Quarter Ended September 30, 1984" (3 copies).
Box  725

LAT Addenda - Annual Reports

Folder  1

Times Mirror Company Factbook 1984

84-page "Times Mirror Factbook" for the year 1984.
Folder  2

Times Mirror Company reports 1985

Times Mirror 1985 Annual Meeting of Shareholders brochure (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1985 Interim Report First Quarter Ended March 31, 1985" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1985 Interim Report Second Quarter Ended June 30, 1985" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1985 Interim Report Third Quarter Ended September 29, 1985" (3 copies).
Folder  3

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1986

"Times Mirror 1986 Interim Report and Annual Meeting of Shareholders First Quarter Ended March 30, 1986" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1986 Interim Report Second Quarter Ended June 29, 1986" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1986 Interim Report Third Quarter Ended September 28, 1986" (3 copies).
Folder  4

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1987

"Times Mirror 1987 First Quarter and Annual Meeting Report First Quarter Ended March 29, 1987" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1987 Interim Report Second Quarter Ended June 28, 1987" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1987 Interim Report Third Quarter Ended September 27, 1987" (3 copies).
Folder  5

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1988

"Times Mirror 1988 Interim Report and Annual Meeting of Shareholders First Quarter Ended March 27, 1988" (2 copies); "Times Mirror 1988 Interim Report Second Quarter Ended June 26, 1988" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1988 Interim Report Third Quarter Ended September 25, 1988" (2 copies).
Folder  6

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1989

"Times Mirror 1989 Interim Report and Annual Meeting of Shareholders First Quarter Ended April 2, 1989" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1989 Interim Report Second Quarter Ended July 2, 1989" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1989 Interim Report Third Quarter Ended October 1, 1989" (3 copies).
Folder  7

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1990

"Times Mirror 1990 Interim Report and Annual Meeting of Shareholders First Quarter Ended April 1, 1990" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1990 Interim Report Second Quarter Ended July 1, 1990" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1990 Interim Report Third Quarter Ended September 30, 1990" (3 copies).
Box  726

LAT Addenda - Annual Reports

Folder  1

Times Mirror Company annual report 1990

2 items: two original copies of the 52-pp. Times Mirror Annual Report for year ending December 31, 1990.
Folder  2

Times Mirror Company annual report 1991

1 item: original copy of 38-pp. Times Mirror Annual Report for year ending December 31, 1991.
Folder  3

Times Mirror Company reports 1991

"Times Mirror 1991 Interim Report and Annual Meeting of Shareholders First Quarter Ended March 31, 1991" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1991 Interim Report Second Quarter Ended June 30, 1991" (3 copies); "Times Mirror 1991 Interim Report Third Quarter Ended September 29, 1991" (3 copies); glossy color "About Times Mirror" 1985-1989 summary brochure (3 copies); glossy color "About Times Mirror" 1988-1990 summary brochure (3 copies).
Folder  4

Times Mirror Company annual reports 1991

5 items: two originals of 36-pp. Times Mirror Annual Report for year ending December 31, 1992 entitled "Building Future Value"; Times Mirror Corporate Profile (3 copies).
Folder  5

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1992

"Times Mirror Interim Report and Annual Meeting of Shareholders First Quarter Ended March 29, 1992" (2 copies); "Times Mirror Interim Report Third Quarter Ended September 27, 1992" (3 copies); "Times Mirror Operations and Results" brochure.
Folder  6

Times Mirror Company annual report 1993

1 item: original of 44-pp. Times Mirror Annual Report for year ending December 31, 1993. Report is titled "Times Mirror: Information partner of choice, today and tomorrow..."
Folder  7

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1993

"Times Mirror Interim Report and Annual Meeting of Shareholders First Quarter Ended March 28, 1993" (2 copies); "Times Mirror Interim Report Second Quarter Ended June 27, 1993" (3 copies); "Times Mirror Corporate Profile" brochure (3 copies).
Folder  8

Times Mirror Company annual report 1994

2 items: two originals of 44-pp. Times Mirror Annual Report for year ending December 31, 1994. Report is titled "Times Mirror - the information partner of choice."
Folder  9

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1994

"Times Mirror Interim Report and Annual Meeting of Shareholders First Quarter Ended March 28, 1994" (3 copies); "Times Mirror Interim Report Second Quarter Ended June 26, 1994" (3 copies); "Times Mirror Interim Report Third Quarter Ended September 25, 1994" (3 copies).
Folder  10

Times Mirror Company annual report 1995

2 items: two originals of 50-pp. Times Mirror Annual Report for year ending December 31, 1995.
Folder  11

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1995

"Times Mirror Interim Report and Annual Meeting of Shareholders First Quarter Ended March 31, 1995" (3 copies); "Times Mirror Interim Report Third Quarter Ended September 30, 1995" (3 copies).
Folder  12

Times Mirror Company annual reports 1996

Original 60-pp. Times Mirror Annual Report for year ending December 31, 1996 entitled "Truth Understanding Performance" (3 copies); Times Mirror Corporate Profile.
Box  727

LAT Addenda - Annual Reports

Folder  1

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1996

Times Mirror 1996 Mid-Year Report (3 copies); Times Mirror 1996 Corporate Profile (3 copies).
Folder  2

Times Mirror Company annual reports 1997

Original 68-pp. Times Mirror Annual Report for year ending December 31, 1997 entitled "Becoming a Newspaper Company Again: A Journalistic View" (3 copies); Times Mirror remarks by Mark H. Willes from the May 8, 1997 annual shareholders meeting; Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-K Annual Report for 1997.
Folder  3

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1997

Times Mirror 1997 Mid-Year Report (3 copies); Times Mirror 1997 Corporate Profile (3 copies).
Folder  4

Times Mirror Company annual reports 1998

Original 36-pp. Times Mirror Annual Report for year ending December 31, 1998 entitled "The Challenge of Growth: A Journalistic View" (3 copies); Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-K Annual Report for 1998 (2 copies).
Folder  5

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1998

Times Mirror 1998 Mid-Year Report (3 copies); Times Mirror 1998 Corporate Profile (3 copies); Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-Q Quarterly Report period ended March 31, 1998; Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-Q Quarterly Report period ended June 30, 1998 (2 copies); Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-Q Quarterly Report period ended September 30, 1998.
Folder  6

Times Mirror Company annual reports 1999

Original 40-pp. Times Mirror Annual Report for year ending December 31, 1999 entitled "Confident" (3 copies); Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-K Annual Report for 1999 (3 copies); letter dated March 23, 2000 from Mark H. Willes regarding 1999 that begins, "To our shareholders: In 1999 Times Mirror had an excellent year..."
Folder  7

Times Mirror Company interim reports 1999

Times Mirror 1999 Mid-Year Report (3 copies); Times Mirror 1999 Corporate Profile (3 copies); Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-Q Quarterly Report period ended March 31, 1999; Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-Q Quarterly Report period ended June 30, 1999 (2 copies); Times Mirror Notice of Annual Meeting and Proxy Statement dated March 26, 1999 (3 copies).
Folder  8

Notice of Special Meeting of Stockholders 2000

Notice of special meeting of stockholders regarding the merger of Times Mirror into Tribune dated May 5, 2000 (3 copies).
Box  728

LAT Addenda - Press Releases

Folder  1

Times Mirror press releases 1991

Times Mirror press releases for the year 1991, with comprehensive list of titles and dates.
Folder  2

Times Mirror press releases 1992

Times Mirror press releases for the year 1992, with comprehensive list of titles and dates.
Folder  3

Times Mirror press releases 1993

Times Mirror press releases for the year 1993, with comprehensive list of titles and dates.
Folder  4

Times Mirror press releases 1994

Times Mirror press releases for the year 1994, with comprehensive list of titles and dates.
Folder  5

Times Mirror press releases 1995

Times Mirror press releases for January - June 1995, with comprehensive list of titles and dates for the year.
Folder  6

Times Mirror press releases 1995

Times Mirror press releases for July - December 1995.
Folder  7

Times Mirror press releases 1996

Times Mirror press releases for January - June 1996, with comprehensive list of titles and dates for the year.
Box  729

LAT Addenda - Press Releases

Folder  1

Times Mirror press releases 1996

Times Mirror press releases for July - December 1996.
Folder  2

Times Mirror press releases 1997

Times Mirror press releases for January - June 1997, with comprehensive list of titles and dates for the year.
Folder  3

Times Mirror press releases 1997

Times Mirror press releases for July - December 1997.
Folder  4

Times Mirror press releases 1998

Times Mirror press releases for January - June 1998, with comprehensive list of titles and dates for the year.
Folder  5

Times Mirror press releases 1998

Times Mirror press releases for July - December 1998.
Folder  6

Times Mirror press releases 1999

Times Mirror press releases for January - June 1999, with comprehensive list of titles and dates for the year.
Folder  7

Times Mirror press releases 1999

Times Mirror press releases for July - December 1999.
Folder  8

Times Mirror press releases 2000

Times Mirror press releases for the year 2000 (January-April), with comprehensive list of titles and dates for the year.
Folder  9

Miscellaneous booklets 1998, 2001

"Pulitzer Prizes Awarded to Times Mirror Newspapers" 16-pp. booklet that lists prizes through 1998, message from Mark Willes on p. 2 (3 copies), 1998; Winter 2001 edition of Leadership Directories: Who's Who in the Leadership of the United States, 2001. (Inside Times Mirror May 1998 issue removed to oversize.)
Box  730

LAT Addenda - Rosters And Guestbooks

 

Franklin Murphy memorial guest books 1994

Two guest books from the Franklin D. Murphy memorial (boxed, bound in green leather), held at the UCLA Wight Art Gallery, June 30, 1994. Small envelope with ribbon enclosed in one of the books.
Folder  1

circa 1980

Newsprint and Forest Products subsections from Times Mirror Executive Roster binder containing lists of executives for the Times Mirror Company's divisions and subsidiaries. This copy of the Executive Roster binder and its remaining subsections were deaccessioned due to mold 12/19/12 - CMD.
Folder  2

1987

Times Mirror Executive Roster containing lists of executives for the Times Mirror Company and its divisions and subsidiaries, 1987.
Folder  3

1990

Times Mirror Executive Roster containing lists of executives for the Times Mirror Company and its divisions and subsidiaries, 1990.
Folder  4

1982

Staple-bound Times Mirror telephone directory booklet, 1982.
Box  731

LAT Addenda - Speeches

Folder  1

Johnson, Tom - speech files 1979-1987

Files of Tom Johnson containing speeches by various Times employees: Sales/Marketing Presentation to Times Mirror Board of Directors, January 5, 1979; Press Club Awards Speech given by Otis Chandler, March 3, 1984; Morton Forum speech sent to Laura Morgan by Don Wright, 1986; California Chicano News Media Association, circa 1987; Operation Review given by Don Wright to Times Mirror Senior Management, February 10, 1987; Executive Incentive Group Meeting remarks made by Robert F. Erburu, December 16, 1987 (2 copies); Society for Promoting Useful Knowledge (Claremont) speech, undated.
Folder  2

Johnson, Tom - speech files 1988

Files of Tom Johnson: Management Conference remarks by Tom Johnson, "1988: A Year of Investment in Excellence," June 28, 1988; "The Global Assault on Press Freedom" booklet, February 1988; International Newspaper Marketing Association speech by Reg Murphy, May 25, 1988.
Folder  3

Laventhol, David - speech files 1989

Files of David Laventhol containing speeches by various Times employees: Draft of Management Conference remarks by Dave Laventhol, January 3, 1989; Introduction of Art Buchwald at the Ides of March Fundraising Dinner, March 1, 1989; Remarks to be given by Shelby Coffey (not used) at the 1988 Editorial Awards, March 10, 1989; Presentation for Combined Incentive Groups remarks by Tom Johnson, "1989 LAT Accomplishments," August 1, 1989; Japanese group remarks of David Laventhol (2 copies: draft 3 and draft 5) for November 30, 1989; Paine Webber remarks by David Laventhol, December 12, 1989.
Folder  4

Laventhol, David 1990

Management Conference remarks (plus draft and reference information), January 23, 1990; Ad Club remarks, October 24, 1990; Movie Industry Luncheon remarks, November 1, 1990; Paine Webber Conference remarks, December 11, 1990.
Folder  5

Laventhol, David 1991

Morton Forum remarks, April 26, 1991; Town Hall remarks "Behind the Year's Biggest Stories," October 26, 1991; "The Times of 1991" speech, November 13, 1991; Paine Webber Conference remarks (1 copy of Laventhol remarks, 1 copy of full presentation by Laventhol and Robert F. Erburu with staff memo), December 10, 1991; 26th Annual Retiree Reception and Open House remarks, December 12, 1991.
Folder  6

Laventhol, David 1992

Executive Incentive Group, January 10, 1992; Management Conference remarks, February 19, 1992; Executive/Middle Management Meeting remarks, September 8, 1992; Paine Webber Outlook for Media Conference remarks (3 copies), December 8, 1992.
Folder  7

Los Angeles Times Communication Package 1992

Los Angeles Times Communications Package for the Combined Incentive Meeting, October 12, 1992, Jesse Foster and Lucy Yee's names are written in pencil on front page.
Folder  8

Coffey, Shelby 1993

Riverside Press-Enterprise Lecture "Newspaper in the 90s" (2 copies) February 3, 1993; 31st Annual Editorial Awards remarks (2 versions), March 19, 1993; Bear Stearns Seventh Media and Communications Conference Future of News Panel, October 27, 1993.
Folder  9

Coffey, Shelby 1994

32nd Annual Editorial Awards Ceremony remarks, March 11, 1994.
Folder  10

Coffey, Shelby 1995

National Press Foundation acceptance remarks, February 23, 1995; NDN/RAND Conference welcome remarks, June 13-14, 1995.
Box  732

LAT Addenda - Speeches

Folder  1

Schlosberg, Richard T. 1990-1993

International Newspaper Advertising and Marketing Executives Conference speech "Management's Mission in the '90s," January 8, 1990; Paine Webber Media Conference remarks (1 copy with Robert Erburu, Dick Schlosberg, and Curtis Hessler's remarks, 1 copy with Scholsberg's remarks and several news clippings), December 7, 1993.
Folder  2

Schlosberg, Richard T. 1995

Speech to New York investment community, February 1995; RTS Address at Employee Recognition Event, February 28, 1995; Paine Webber Media Conference presentation made by Mark Willes, Tom Unterman, Kathryn Downing, and Dick Schlosberg, December 7, 1995.
Folder  3

Schlosberg, Richard T. 1996

Service Award Dinner comments (2 copies), April 8, 1996; Service Award Ceremony comments, April 12, 1996; RTS introduction of Hillary Rodham Clinton for Management Conference meeting, September 26, 1996, Paine Webber 24th Annual Media Conference speech, delivered in New York, NY December 11, 1996.
Folder  4

Schlosberg, Richard T. 1997

Times Mirror Innovation Meeting presentation, March 18, 1997; Service Award Dinner comments, April 7, 1997; 50th World Newspaper Congress in Amsterdam speech with Mark Willes, June 3, 1997; Central City Association of Los Angeles luncheon address, June 19, 1997; Los Angeles Times 1997 Three-Year Strategic Plan presentation, undated.
Folder  5

Willes, Mark - Management Conference 1995 1995

Los Angeles Times Management Conference remarks, November 29, 1995; November/December 1995 Among Ourselves issue with highlighted article about Willes' November 29th speech.
Folder  6

Willes, Mark - NENA speech 1996 1995-1996

New England Newspaper Association speech, March 11, 1996; reference materials and correspondence related to the speech.
Folder  7

Willes, Mark - Paine Webber 1996 1996

Paine Webber 24th Annual Media Conference speech, delivered in New York, NY December 9-13, 1996.
Folder  8

Willes, Mark - Annual Meeting of Shareholders 1997 1997

Annual Meeting of Shareholders speech (copy marked with pen and pencil), May 8, 1997.
Folder  9

Willes, Mark - World Newspaper Congress Amsterdam 1997 1997

World Newspaper Congress speech with Dick Schlosberg given in Amsterdam (includes several copies both with and without information about visuals), June 3, 1997.
Folder  10

Willes, Mark - BYU Speech 1997 1997

Speech for Brigham Young University Department of Communication (includes several copies of the speech, research material, and office correspondence), September 11, 1997.
Box  733

LAT Addenda - Speeches

Folder  1

Willes, Mark - Paine Webber 1997 1997-1998

Office correspondence and material from the Paine Webber Media Outlook Conference, December 10, 1997.
Folder  2

Willes, Mark - ASNE Speech 1998 1998

American Society of News Editors Speech (copies, drafts, research material, inter-office correspondence), April 3, 1998.
Folder  3

Willes, Mark - ASNE Speech 1998 1998

American Society of News Editors speech (copies, drafts, research material, inter-office correspondence), April 3, 1998.
Folder  4

Willes, Mark - Columbia University Speech 1998 1998

Unused Columbia University speech honoring David Laventhol (drafts, research material, inter-office correspondence), 1998.
Folder  5

Willes, Mark - miscellaneous speeches 1998 1998

Newspaper Association of America speech, April 21, 1998; Los Angeles Town Hall speech "The Public Responsibility of a Newspaper," September 23, 1998. 2 cassette tapes of the Los Angeles Town Hall speech removed to be stored with media 1/7/13 - CMD
Folder  6

Willes, Mark - IPI speech 1999 1999

Speech for the International Press Institute World Congress presented in Taiwan (including drafts, inter-office correspondence, and final copies with photocopied slide images), May 19, 1999.
Folder  7

Willes, Mark - miscellaneous speeches 1999 1999

USC Scripter Awards speech, March 1999; American Society of News Editors speech given in San Francisco, April 15, 1999; Annual Shareholders Meeting remarks, May 6, 1999; Announcement of Kathryn Downing's appointment as publisher (Willes with Kathryn Downing and Michael Parks), June 3, 1999; Reading By 9 campaign launch speech, June 14, 1999. 3.5" floppy disc of the USC Scripter Awards speech and 3.5" floppy and cassette tape of the Kathryn Downing appointment speech removed to be stored with media 1/7/13 - CMD
Box  734

LAT Addenda - Speeches

Folder  1

Downing, Kathryn - Management Group meeting 1998

Management group meeting interview, 1998.
Folder  2

Downing, Kathryn - Management Conference 1998

Management Conference speech, October 28, 1998.
Folder  3

Downing, Kathryn - AAF speech 1998

Address to American Advertising Federation (papers include drafts, notes, and research materials), November 6, 1998.
Folder  4

Downing, Kathryn - American Inns of Court 1999

American Inns of Court speech given in Long Beach, CA (papers include drafts, notes, and research materials), January 20, 1999.
Folder  5

Downing, Kathryn - Real Estate Trends keynote address 1999 1998-1999

Real Estate Trends Conference keynote address (papers include drafts, notes, and research materials), January 26, 1999.
Folder  6

Downing, Kathryn - CLRE speech 1999

Citizenship & Law-Related Education Center speech (drafts, notes, and research materials, including a special reprint section of the Los Angeles Times "Reading by 9 Vol. 1"), speech delivered March 11, 1999.
Folder  7

Downing, Kathryn - Conference Board speech 1999

Conference Board speech (drafts, notes, copies of Powerpoint slides, and research materials) given in San Francisco, CA, May 7, 1999.
Folder  8

Downing, Kathryn - MCG meetings 1999 1999

Speeches from Los Angeles Times Management Communications Group meetings on May 24, June 29, and July 29, 1999. Removed 1/8/13 to be stored with media separately: May 24, 1999 - 3.5" floppy disc and cassette tape; June 29, 1999 - cassette tape; July 29, 1999 - 3.5" floppy disc and cassette tape. CMD
Folder  9

Downing, Kathryn - miscellaneous speeches 2000 2000

Three speeches with notes, correspondence, and/or research materials accompanying them: Introduction speech for Viacom's Sumner Redstone, January 10, 2000; Remarks to Twilight Club at Annandale Golf Club, January 25, 2000; "The Value of Newspapers," January 31, 2000.
Box  735

LAT Addenda - Speeches 1998-1999

Cassette tapes and 3.5" floppy discs of various speeches by Mark Willes and Kathryn Downing. 3.5" floppy discs: Willes' USC Scripter Awards speech, March 1999; Downing's MCG (management communications group) meeting remarks May 24, 1999; Willes' announcement of Downing's publisher appointment, June 3, 1999; Downing's MCG meeting remarks July 29, 1999. Cassette tapes: Willes' "The Public Responsibility of a Newspaper" September 23, 1998 (2 copies); Downing's MCG meeting remarks May 24, 1999; Willes' announcement of Downing's publisher appointment, June 3, 1999; Downing's MCG meeting remarks June 29, 1999; Downing's MCG meeting remarks July 29, 1999.
Box  736

LAT Addenda - Oversize 1975, 1995-1998

Internal Times Mirror newsletters, including: Progress Vol. 13, First Quarter 1975; Inside Times Mirror December 1995, February 1996, April/May 1996, June 1996, July/August 1996, October 1996, January/February 1997, Special Edition March 1997, July/August 1997, September/October 1997, May 1998.
 

Executive Roster (binder) 1975-1982

Times Mirror Executive Roster binder containing lists of executives for the Times Mirror Company and its divisions and subsidiaries.
 

Executive Roster (binder) 1977-1982

Times Mirror Executive Roster binder containing lists of executives for the Times Mirror Company and its divisions and subsidiaries.
 

Executive Roster (binder) 1977-1982

Times Mirror Executive Roster binder containing lists of executives for the Times Mirror Company and its divisions and subsidiaries. This copy has notes written in pen on some pages noting changes in staff and divisions sold.
 

Executive Roster (binder) 1979-1982

Times Mirror Executive Roster binder containing lists of executives for the Times Mirror Company and its divisions and subsidiaries.
 

Guest Book (bound volume) 1986-1989

Bound blue Times Mirror guest book, March 11, 1986 - June 27, 1989. Event names and dates are written at the top of each page, with the signatures of the attendees below.
 

Guest Book (bound volume) 1989-1994

Bound blue Times Mirror guest book, July 6 1989 - May 12, 1994. Event names and dates are written at the top of each page, with the signatures of the attendees below.
 

Guest Book (bound volume) 1991-1992

Bound blue Times Mirror guest book, February 4, 1991 - November 17, 1992. Event names and dates are written at the top of each page, with the signatures of the attendees below. Removed for conservation (pages separated from binding) 12/19/12 - CMD.
 

Kitchen, JoEllen Addenda 1980-1992

Physical Description: Seven boxes and three rolled posters

JoEllen Kitchen served as the head of Promotion and Public Relations for the Times through the 1980-1995. The addenda was donated by Kitchen and added to the Los Angeles Times records July 5, 2012. The series numbers 7 boxes and includes department budget planning, correspondence, promotional materials, trade ads, artwork, clippings, 1984 Olympics memorabilia, and other miscellany related to the departments she worked in. Date range is 1980-1992.
Box  737

Kitchen Addenda

Folder  1

Bonus Incentive Plans 1983-1989

Bonus incentive plans for the years 1983-1989 outlining executive incentive programs.
Folder  2

Los Angeles Times labels undated

Sheets of blank Los Angeles Times self-stick address printer labels.
Folder  3

Personnel 1981-1989

Personnel files, including goals and evaluations for JoEllen Kitchen, assessments for staffing, and correspondence.
Folder  4

Community Relations 1982-1989

Community relations planning files, including correspondence, notes, and memos related to programming, staffing, and events for community outreach.
Folder  5

Budget 1981-1989

One of two folders containing budget materials for the Promotion and Public Relations departments. Items include 5-year planning, correspondence, budget projections, staffing needs, and advertising sheets to assist in budget planning.
Folder  6

Budget 1985-1986

Two of two folders containing budget materials for the Promotion and Public Relations departments. Items include advertising proposals, correspondence, budget projections, staffing needs, notes, and proposed community relations activities.
Box  738

Kitchen Addenda

Folder  1

Television - analyses 1985-1992

Television advertising analyses and correspondence, 1985-1992.
Folder  2

Television - contracts 1984-1986

Television advertising contracts and trade agreements, 1984-1986.
Folder  3

Television - schedules 1984-1986

Television advertising schedules, 1984-1986.
Folder  4

Radio - analyses 1984-1986

Radio advertising analyses, notes, and correspondence, 1984-1986.
Folder  5

Radio - information sheets 1985-1986

Photocopies of pages titled "L.A. Times/Radio" with information fields like station, format, contact, etc. filled in for individual radio stations, 1985-1986.
Folder  6

Radio - contracts 1984-1986

Radio advertising contracts and trade agreements, 1984-1986.
Folder  7

Radio - schedules 1984-1986

Radio advertising schedules, 1984-1986.
Folder  8

Outdoor advertising 1981-1986

Outdoor advertising papers, including bus shelter, billboards, and others. Papers include rates, budgets, schedules, analyses, and demographic studies as well as promotional materials for various advertising companies, 1981-1986.
Folder  9

Awards and contests 1981-1989

Entries, correspondence, clippings, and memos regarding various media awards and contests entered by the Los Angeles Times Promotions and Public Relations departments, 1981-1989.
Box  739

Kitchen Addenda

Folder  1

Los Angeles Times Centennial special pages 1981

Special commemorative newspaper pages from the Los Angeles Times Centennial celebration (originals plus 2 reduced-size photocopies), 1981.
Folder  2

Trade Ads 1981

Trade ads file including memos, correspondence, contracts, schedules and trade advertisements, 1981.
Folder  3

Trade Ads 1982

Trade ads file including date-ran checklist and trade advertisements, 1982.
Folder  4

Trade Ads 1983

Trade ads file including date-ran checklist and trade advertisements, 1983.
Folder  5

Trade Ads 1984

Trade advertisements with notes and correspondence, 1984.
Folder  6

Trade Ad artwork undated

Trade advertisement artwork, both copies and original drawings and tracings.
Folder  7

Trade ads - Los Angeles Times Magazine 1984-1989

Trade advertisements, brochures, and correspondence for Los Angeles Times Magazine, 1984-9.
Folder  8

Trade ads - Los Angeles Times classifieds 1987-1989

Color trade advertisement brochures for the Los Angeles Times classified ads, 1987-1989.
Folder  9

Trade ads - LA Times various editions 1986-1992

Color trade advertisement brochures and fliers for various Los Angeles Times editions, 1986-1992.
Folder  10

Trade ads - miscellaneous 1980-1992

Miscellaneous trade advertisements: Chicago Today and Chicago Tribune fold-out; "Rethinking America's War on Drugs" media learning brochure; "Catholic Connections to Media Literacy" brochure, 1992; Chicago Tribune Magazine brochure, 1980.
Box  740

Kitchen Addenda 1981

Small Los Angeles Times promotional items: "Los Angeles Times Classified Advertising 1881-1981" notepad holder; a miniature billboard that reads "Jo Congratulations. We knew you'd make it!" with 9 small Times billboard ads; 5 small cardboard bus cutouts with Times ads on the back of each.
Box  741

Kitchen Addenda 1984

1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics promotional items: flashlight for use in the light show of the closing ceremonies with instruction sheet and bag enclosure; Times Mirror hospitality suite ticket; tickets to 5 events and bus passes; fireworks salute flier; two small plastic flags (one American, one Olympic logo) on wood dowels; program for the Huntington Times Mirror Gala Dinner; 11x14" color photograph of the opening ceremonies.
Box  742

Kitchen Addenda - Oversize 1984, undated

Oversize advertisements and promotional items: orange plastic stunt card from the Olympics, 1984; large unbound scrapbook pages containing correspondence, trade ads, promotional materials, pages from the Los Angeles Times, and a special centennial issue of "Among Ourselves"; ads, artwork, and stand cards.
 

Unboxed posters 1984, undated

3 rolled oversize posters: Olympic Arts Festival Los Angeles posters (2 copies), 1984; "The Last Elegant Bear" book poster signed by author Dennis Kyte, inscription in lower right corner reads "Especially for JoEllen - Dennis."
 

Unboxed folders 1981-1989

Oversize items: Los Angeles Times newspaper special section "Times Begins Daily Edition for the Valley," (3 copies) October 4, 1984; newspaper special Olympic Plant section (3 copies), 1989; unbound "Magnificent Christmas Spectacular" in-paper promotion section mounted on brown paper pages, 1983; Los Angeles Times spiral-bound scrapbook chronicling the year-long centennial anniversary promotion campaign, including photographs, correspondence, ads, and in-paper promotion pages, 1981.
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