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Finding Aid for the Kenneth V. Redpath Papers, 1892-1941
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Box 1, Folder 1

Correspondence and memorabilia of Kenneth V. Redpath. ca. 1912-13 and n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Redpath's records of the Los Angeles Riding Club; business cards from the Los Angeles Times, the San Diego Union, and the Morning Sun; correspondence with Mr. Harrison Gray Otis, president of the Times-Mirror Company, concerning the rental of a house in Laurel Canyon by Redpath from Otis. Also, membership card of the Mountaineers' Club of Laurel Canyon.
Box 1, Folder 2

Los Angeles Driving Club data. March 1, 1938 and 1906.

Scope and Content Note

Includes address given at Dr. W.A. Connoly's birthday party at the Tuesday Noon Luncheon Club (offshoot of the Driving Club). Address gives history of the Driving Club, and includes clippings from newspapers. Also, sample membership cards and club stationery.
Box 1, Folder 3

Newspaper clippings. 1892-1907, and v.d. up to 1941.

Physical Description: ca. 100 pieces.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning the Driving Club and people interested in horses.
Box 1, Folders 4, 5

Horse show programs of the Driving Club, the Los Angeles Horse Association and the Southern California Horse Association.

Box 2

Photographs of members of the Driving Club and their horses. 1906 and v.d.

Physical Description: ca. 225 potographs.

Scope and Content Note

Photographs include saddlebred and driving horses, some with carriages or western saddles of the time; 4 photographs of trophy cups; 2 of wagons decorated for President McKinley; and photographs of General Harrison Otis, Kenneth Redpath, and City Auditor Harris. Also, three ribbons.
Oversize Box 3

Large horse show posters and photographs. 1904, April 18-21, and May 23, 1906 and v.d.

Physical Description: 4 posters and 5 photographs.

Scope and Content Note

One mentions the Los Angeles Driving Club. Also, 5 oversize enlargements of photographs in the collection, one of the cup presented by the Driving Club to Mr. William Garland, owner of Sweet Marie, for achievement in the Grand Circuit.