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Hall (Doris D.) collection of travel and recreation ephemera and La Dow family documents
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Doris D. Hall was a resident of Los Angeles, California. This collection consists of printed materials related to travel and recreation within California and the greater U.S., ephemera, and home entertainment products of the 1930s-1980s. Also included are the La Dow Family papers which consist of legal documents.
A native of Los Angeles, Doris D. Hall (1912-2011) was born Doris Marie D'Ooge and grew up in Inglewood. Her mother Josephine D'Dooge (née Wright) was from Massachusetts and her father was from Michigan. Doris married Harvey R. Hall (1905-1998) and they lived in the city of Los Angeles throughout their lives.
1.0 linear feet (2 boxes)
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