The collection contains records of the activities of the First Century Families, especially centered on the planning and implementation
of the group's annual luncheon. Considerable genealogical and biographical material is also contained herein. The collection
also includes 22.4 gigabytes of audio and video files.
The First Century Families is an organization with membership made up of descendants of Los Angelenos who arrived in the city
during its first one hundred years (1781-1881). It holds annual luncheons for the purpose of recounting and recording the
city's early days.
22.19 Linear Feet
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