Title:Lux School of Industrial Training records, 1869-1960 (bulk 1908-1955)
Creator/Contributor:Lux School of Industrial Training (San Francisco, Calif.), creator
Creator/Contributor:Miranda Lux Foundation
Creator/Contributor:Lux College, San Francisco
Contains incorporation documents, minutes and a manual for the school. Also includes Miranda W. Lux's last will and testament
and a small amount of documents relating the transition from Lux College to the Miranda Lux Foundation.
Lux School of Industrial Training (San Francisco, Calif.) -- Archives
Lux College, San Francisco -- Archives
Miranda Lux Foundation -- Archives
Women -- Education -- California -- San Francisco
Technical institutes -- California -- San Francisco
Endowments -- California -- San Francisco
Collection processed at folder level in 2006.
Lux School of Industrial Training records, BANC MSS 2006/134, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Gift; of Kenneth J. Blum of the Miranda Lux Foundation; in 2006.
Miranda W. Lux was married to Charles Lux, a partner in the Miller & Lux Company. When Mrs. Lux died in 1894, her will set
aside fund to perpetuate her lifelong interest in technical, manual and vocational training. In 1908 her bequest was used
to found the Lux School of Industrial Training, an institution dedicated to the technical training of girls operating in San
Francisco. The school changed its name to Lux College in 1952, but the expenses of operating a private school became too great,
so the school closed in 1953. The trust was changed to the Miranda Lux Foundation in 1955 and has continued to support innovative
and promising pre-vocational and vocational education proposals that prepare young people for the world of work.
Type:Articles of incorporation.
2 boxes (.6 linear ft.)
BANC MSS 2006/134