Scope and Content
Title: George W. McDill Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1933-1937
Collection number: 206
McDill, George W., b. 1874
4 boxes (2 linear ft.)
University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Department of Special Collections.
Los Angeles, California 90095-1575
Abstract: George McDill (1874- ) was a prominent Los Angeles attorney, judge, and president of the Los Angeles School Board. The collection
consists of McDill's working papers and files, and relate primarily to his activities on the School Board during 1933-37.
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[Identification of item], George W. McDill Papers (Collection 206). Department of Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research
Library, University of California, Los Angeles.
UCLA Catalog Record ID
McDill was born in Illinois in 1874; AB, University of California at Berkeley, 1899; attended University of Southern California
Law School; admitted to California Bar, 1904; engaged in private law practice until 1927; became a judge, Los Angeles Municipal
Court, in 1927; member and president of Los Angeles School Board of Education, 1933-37.
Scope and Content
Collection consists of the working papers and files of George McDill, a prominent Los Angeles attorney, judge, and president
of the Los Angeles School Board. The materials relate primarily to his activities on the School Board during 1933-37, and
include McDill's plans for the first All Year School in Los Angeles.
Expanded Scope and Content
This collection consists of the working papers and files of George McDill, prominent Los Angeles attorney, Judge, and president
of the Los Angeles School Board, and relate primarily to his activities as member and president of the Los Angeles School
Board of Education during the years between 1933 and 1937. In addition to the many official papers are McDill's plans for
an All Year School, the first in Los Angeles.
The collection is organized alphabetically by subject headings; most of these headings were established by McDill for his
filing system, and have been retained here for ease of arrangement. It should be noted, however, that all materials are inter-related,
so that information on any given aspect or incident of these papers may be found in several different places.
This collection is only one received by the library concerning the Board of Education during this period. The papers of John
R. Kelley overlap those here described, both in time and coverage, and could therefore be profitably used simultaneously.
The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
McDill, George W. b. 1874--Archives.
Los Angeles (Calif.)--Board of Education.
School board presidents--California--Los Angeles--Archival resources.
John R. Kelley Collection of Material About the Los Angeles Board of
Education, 1933-1945 (Collection 207) Available at Department of Special Collections, UCLA.