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Guide to the Louis and Dolores Strahlmann Papers MS 239
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Series I: Strahlmann Family Papers

Box-folder 1:1

Correspondence (some in German), 1913 April 24-1942 November 5

Box-folder 1:2

Correspondence, 1943 March 17-1950 September 6 and undated

Box-folder 1:3

Finances: automobile care, 1921 December 31-1944 May 2 and undated

Box-folder 1:4

Finances: expense books, 1907-1918 and undated

Includes:

Six small books listing expenditures
Box-folder 1:5

Finances: insurance, 1921 August 13-1950 June 9

Box-folder 1:6

Finances: real estate, 1924 -1952 and undated

Includes:

Construction estimate with diagrams, October 5, 1951 (in Oversize F4D1)
Box-folder 1:7

Finances: receipts, checks, and bank statements, 1897 April 15-1969 November 1 and undated

Box-folder 1:8

Finances: utilities, 1914 March 23-1934 August 15

Box-folder 1:9

Finances: war economy, 1942-1944 and undated

Includes:

Pamphlets
Office of Price Administration forms
War Department forms regarding tenancy, rent, and rations
Box-folder 1:10

Legal papers, 1916 May 4-1960 March 14

Includes:

Estate papers of Louise Strahlmann, Edward Strahlmann, and Max Mayer
Subpoenas
Application for a zoning ordinance variance
Papers for a court case against the Strahlmanns
Box-folder 1:11

Clubs and organizations, 1939 August 14-1947 September 6 and undated

Includes:

Edward Strahlmann’s membership certificate for the Orden der Hermann’s Sohne (Order of the Sons of Hermann), 1894 (in German)
Box-folder 1:12

Family dogs, 1927-1946

Includes:

Pedigrees for Arabella Brown 1st and Doloris Dude-ette (in Oversize F4D1)
Box-folder 2:1

Houseguest logbook, 1939-1942

Box-folder 2:2

Miscellanea, 1869-1959 and undated

Includes:

Notes
Ledger pages (in German)
Prospectus for the Sun Dial Motion Picture Company
Announcement of the death of Hermann Strahlmann
Patent design by Edmund Mayer and Edward Strahlmann
 

Series II: Dolores Strahlmann Personal Papers

Box-folder 2:3

Diary 1, 1930 August 11-1931 September 11

Scope and Content

Typed journal entries describing vacation road trips through Flagstaff, Grand Canyon, Mesa Verde National Park, the Painted Desert, Zuni villages, Roswell, and Carlsbad Caverns. Text correlates to entries from Diary 2.
Box-folder 12:1

Diary 2, 1930 August 11-1938 August 30

Scope and Content

A travel diary describing vacation road trips with Doctor and Uncle Max. 1930 “Trip to Carlsbad Caverns” typed up for Diary 1. 1933 “Mother Lode Trip” through Convict Lake, San Joaquin River, Maraposa Grove, San Andreas, Lake Tahoe, Reno, Carson City, Death Valley, and Barstow. 1934 “Mother Lode Trip No. 2” through Warner’s Ranch, Mojave Desert, Stanislaus River, Volcano, Sierra City, Whiskey Diggings, and up to Santa Cruz and Monterey. 1935 “Boulder Dam Trip” through Sequoia, Grant National Park, Lassen Volcanic National Park, Oregon countryside, Fort Bragg, and back down through Oakland and Hollywood. 1938 trip through Ventura, Monterey, Napa, San Francisco, Placerville, Reno, Rawhide, Dayton, and then back through Kelsey and Modesto.
Box-folder 12:2

Diary 3, 1931 August 23-September 15

Scope and Content

A travel diary describing 1931 trip through Yuma, Apache Junction, Roosevelt Dam, Gallup, Albuquerque, Espanola, Colorado Springs, Denver, Salt Lake, and Big Pine. This diary also includes several pages of notes and contact information for potential research sources.
Box-folder 12:3

Diary 4, 1934 January 1

Scope and Content

A daily diary with only one entry: lunch and gambling in Tijuana.
Box-folder 12:4

Diary 5, 1935 January 1-1939 October 20

Scope and Content

A daily diary divided into three small sections: January 1935 section describing Dolores’s life at home and a few research notes about the Emerys and Lassators; October 1939 section describing a short vacation to the San Francisco Fair and their ranch in Mason Valley; February 1936 section referring to meetings regarding a police affair.
Box-folder 12:5

Diary 6, 1936 July 8-1937 July 29

Scope and Content

A travel diary describing two vacation road trips: July 1936 trip with Doctor and Dad through Las Vegas, Zion, Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park, and Nevada; July 1937 trip with Doctor and Uncle Max through San Bernardino, Mammoth Lakes, Aurora, Green Creek, Nine Mile Ranch, and through Nevada again. This diary also contains a page of notes about Lucky Bay Mine.
Box-folder 13:1

Diary 7, 1945 January 1-April 12

Scope and Content

A daily diary describing Dolores’s life at home: housework, shopping, arranging meals around Doctor’s erratic work schedule, trips to the ranch and museum to clean and renovate, and taking care of distraught family members after the death of Lillie.
Box-folder 13:2

Diary 8, 1947 January 1-June 6

Scope and Content

A daily diary describing Dolores’s life at home: visiting with friends and family, housekeeping, gardening, and weekends working at the ranch and the museum. From April 22 to May 8, Dolores and Louis take an extended vacation at their ranch, where they continue repainting and tending orchards.
Box-folder 13:3

Diary 9, 1948

Scope and Content

A pocket-sized book labeled “The Year 1948,” contains a few shopping list notes and two undated diary entries about camping out by the desert Hot Springs.
Box-folder 13:4

Diary 10, 1952 July 5

Scope and Content

A travel diary with only one entry, mentioning intention to pass through Klamath Falls.
Box-folder 13:5

Diary 11, undated

Scope and Content

A daily diary describing a trip around Southern California with Tony, Claude, and Chet searching for work. The entries run from April 30 through August 17 of an unspecified year. The group drives from city to city living out of their car or in camping grounds. The boys periodically find work in packing plants, orchards, and later a naval base in San Diego. They are frequently ill, fixing car problems, and bemoaning life as “tramps and hobos.” She periodically sends packages home to her grandparents and Addie. She finally finds work as a dancer at a questionable establishment and struggles to find legitimate work in the motion picture business.
Box-folder 2:4

Manuscripts, undated

Includes:

“The North and Southwest: A Country Turned Upside Down”
“The Charm of a Pioneer Ranch”
Box-folder 2:5

Manuscript fragments, undated

Box-folder 2:6

Manuscript fragments, undated

Box-folder 2:7

Correspondence, 1921 October 7-1943 April 2

Box-folder 2:8

Correspondence, 1944 January 5-1960 September 19 and undated

Box-folder 2:9

Clubs and organizations, 1936 April 19-1963 May 24 and undated

Includes:

Papers from the El Centro Chamber of Commerce and the San Diego Historical Society, as well as assorted membership cards.
Box-folder 2:10

Christmas lists, 1937-1960 and undated

Box-folder 2:11

Miscellanea, 1920 July 10-1938 May 12 and undated

Includes:

Newspaper clippings
Fingerprint sheet for "Dolly Brown"
 

Series III: Louis Strahlmann Personal Papers

Box-folder 2:12

Correspondence, 1914 July 18-1951 August 8 and undated

Box-folder 2:13

Clubs and organizations, 1923-1950 and undated

Scope and Content

Certificate designating Louis Strahlmann as a Patron of the Archives of the Smithsonian Institution, undated
Radio Telephone Operator License, November 30, 1936
Membership certificate for the Orden der Hermann’s Söhne (Order of the Sons of Hermann), San Diego Loge No. 22, April 24, 1922 (in German)
Two membership certificates for the Nordamerikanischer Turnerbund (North American Gymnastic Union), July 1900 and June 1908 (in German)
Box-folder 3:1

Clubs and organizations: Exchange Club, 1926-1941 and undated

Box-folder 3:2

Clubs and organizations: Imperial Highway Association, 1934 October 10-1937 October 1 and undated

Box-folder 3:3

Newspaper articles, 1938 January 2-1940 June 2 and undated

 

Series IV: Louis Strahlmann Academic Papers

Box-folder 3:4

High School graduation, 1910

Box-folder 3:5

Harvard University papers, 1911-1939 and undated

Includes:

Medical Degree, June 21, 1917 (in Oversize F4D1)
Science Degree, June 26, 1920 (in Oversize F4D1)
Certificate of Completion for Dr. Charles Ireland’s Course in Physical Therapy, October 27, 1928 (in Oversize F4D1)
Box-folder 3:6

Lecture notes: Chemistry 6, 1912

Box-folder 3:7

Lecture notes: Comparative Literature and Chemistry 8, undated

Box-folder 3:8

Lecture notes: Comparative Literature and Chemistry 8, undated

Box-folder 3:9

Lecture notes: Spanish, undated

 

Series V: Louis Strahlmann Military Papers

Box-folder 3:10

Certificates of Military Service, 1917 December 19-1929 December 10

Includes:

Certificate appointing Louis Strahlmann to First Lieutenant in the Medical Section of the Officers’ Reserve Corps of the Army, dated December 19, 1917 (in Oversize F4D1)
Box-folder 3:11

Correspondence and special orders, 1918 February 2-1919 February 28

Box-folder 3:12

Correspondence and special orders, 1919 March 1-1927 June 3 and undated

Box-folder 3:13

Medical Section: papers, 1918 October 5-1937 September 1 and undated

Box-folder 3:14

Medical Section: notepad, 1918 December 28-1919 February 15

Box-folder 3:15

Military regulations: "What A Soldier Should Know," 1917

Box-folder 4:1

Military lectures, 1917 September 21-1918 January 31

Box-folder 4:2

Military lectures, 1918 February 10-September 30

Box-folder 4:3

Military lectures, 1925 March 23-May 28

Box-folder 4:4

Miscellanea, 1918 September 25-1925 December 21 and undated

Includes:

Receipts
Lists of property and personnel
Handwritten notes
 

Series VI: Louis Strahlmann Medical Papers

Box-folder Oversize F4D1

Certificates of Medical Service, 1917 July 12-1920 October 27

Includes:

Certificate of Registration in Medicine in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, July 12, 1917
Certificate of Service as House Officer at Boston City Hospital, July 2, 1917-September 26, 1918
Certificate of Service as House Officer at the Carney Hospital in Boston, November 1920
Physician’s and Surgeon’s Certificate for the State of California, October 27, 1920
Box-folder 4:5

Medical Associations, 1921-1950 and undated

Includes:

Certificate of Membership in the Massachusetts Medical Society, May 6, 1920 (in Oversize F4D1)
Box-folder 4:6

Medical Practice: receipt of payment, 1937 March 1-1939 January 7

Box-folder 4:7

Medical Practice: appointment ledger, undated

Scope and Content

A ledger listing patient names, appointment time slots, and whether or not “paid.” Entries note the day of the week, but not the month or year.
Box-folder 4:8

Medical supplies, 1946-1952 and undated

Box-folder 4:9

Medical treatments, 1920 November 19-1942 January 24 and undated

Box-folder 5:1

Civilian defense: correspondence, 1941 September 18-1942 January 31 and undated

Box-folder 5:2

Civilian defense: "Plan of Emergency Medical Defense Service," 1942 February 1

Box-folder 5:3

Civilian defense: emergency aid stations, 1941 December 18 and undated

Includes:

Chart of “Organization of Local Emergency Medical Services” received from the S.D. Defense Council (in Oversize F4D1)
Box-folder 5:4

Civilian defense: recommended first aid supplies, 1941 September 22-December 23 and undated

Box-folder 5:5

Civilian defense: medical training booklets, 1941-1942 and undated

 

Series VII: Louis and Dolores Strahlmann Research

Box-folder 14:1

Dolores Strahlmann Research Journal 1, 1938 January 11

Scope and Content

Spiral bound notebook containing entries from the diary of Mrs. Emery, wife of Captain William Emery, copied by Dolores Strahlmann on January 11, 1938 (original diary entries dated 1868-1896).
Box-folder 14:2

Dolores Strahlmann Research Journal 2, undated

Scope and Content

A physician’s pocket-sized ledger filled with research notes on stage lines, old prospecting towns, the Pony Express, Overland Mail Route, the Butterfield family, and history of camels in the Colorado desert.
Box-folder 14:3

Dolores Strahlmann Research Journal 3, undated

Scope and Content

Pocket-sized notebook filled with research notes on mining camps, prospecting towns, stage lines (including hand-drawn routes), Arizona history, the Pony Express, Bret Harte, and the Gold Rush. This journal also contains a list of contacts.
Box-folder 14:4

Dolores Strahlmann Research Journal 4, undated

Scope and Content

A small memo book partially filled with contact information and notes on descendants of historical figures.
Box-folder 14:5

Dolores Strahlmann Research Journal 5, undated

Scope and Content

Refillable memo pad from the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company filled with contact information (including many correspondents represented below), research notes on stage routes, and text copied from memorial stones.
Box-folder 14:6

Dolores Strahlmann Research Journal 6, 1935 and undated

Scope and Content

A small memo book partially filled expenses from a road trip in 1935, and research notes on Peter Labeck, “flags that have flown over California,” Volcano Park, and contact information for correspondents.
Box-folder 14:7

Dolores Strahlmann Research Journal 7, undated

Scope and Content

Pocket notebook partially filled with lists of sources (newspapers, books, photographers), and research notes on the Butterfield route.
Box-folder 14:8

Dolores Strahlmann Research Journal 8, undated

Scope and Content

Spiral-bound notebook filled with contact information, notes from newspaper and magazine articles, and research notes on Civil War soldiers. Several of the pages with contact information are headed “Dr.’s Notes.”
Box-folder 14:9

Dolores Strahlmann Research Journal 9, undated

Scope and Content

Pocket notebook partially filled with research notes on gold mining in Julian, the Gold Rush more generally, General John A. Sutter, Casa de Macado, and Father Junipero Serra.
Box-folder 5:6

Acquisition records, 1935 September 9-1941 April 2 and undated

Box-folder 5:7

Anza-Borrego, Vallecito, and Carrizo, undated

Box-folder 5:8

Bailey, Drury D., 1925-1935 and undated

Box-folder 5:9

Banning, George H., 1934 July 1-1935 December 5

Box-folder 5:10

Banning, George H., 1936 September 3-1941 July 24 and undated

Box-folder 5:11

Banning, William, 1934 June 16-1939 December 2

Box-folder 5:12

Barclay, Blair, 1936 January 26-March 8

Box-folder 5:13

Bellon, Walter, 1940-1944

Includes:

History of the San Diego County Park System compiled by Bellon
Report on the locations of Spanish and Mexican ranchos
“(Historical) Map of San Diego County” originally attached to the report on the locations of Spanish and Mexican ranchos (in Oversize F4D1)
Box-folder 5:14

Bergman, Harry H., 1934 June 17-1936 January 29

Box-folder 5:15

Biographical sketches, undated

Box-folder 5:16

California History, undated

Box-folder 5:17

Conkling, Roscoe P., 1935 July 3-1947 December 3

Box-folder 6:1

Contact information, undated

Box-folder 6:2

Couts, Susan, 1884-1950 and undated

Includes:

Original correspondence from Susan to her father and sister
Handwritten notes
Article about Cave Couts
Box-folder 6:3

Davis, Samuel H., 1860 April 4-1865 November 14 and undated

Includes:

Letters from John Austin to Samuel H. Davis, and Samuel H. Davis to his family, regarding their experiences during the Civil War.
Box-folder 6:4

Davis, William T., undated

Includes:

Manuscript for a Western pulp story, “Jim’s Secret,” by William T. Davis, and an editor’s note suggesting improvements.
Box-folder 6:5

Dodge, F. E., 1934 February 5-1936 October 22

Box-folder 6:6

Echols, C. G., 1938 February 8-December 3

Box-folder 6:7

Emery family, undated

Box-folder 6:8

Ernest Henry: finances, 1896 January 15-1918 December 20

Box-folder 6:9

Ernest, Henry: finances, undated

Box-folder 6:10

Ernest, Henry: legal papers, 1907 November 4-1909 October 7 and undated

Box-folder 6:11

Ernest, Henry: Nevada Mining Companies, 1909 April 10-1910 February 4 and undated

Box-folder 6:12

Giddings family, 1860 August 8-1955 December 9 and undated

Box-folder 6:13

Gross, Mrs. Fred, 1938 January 8-1944 March 17

Box-folder 6:14

Hook, Rebecca, 1891 September 14-1895 December 7

Includes:

Original correspondence to Rebecca Hook regarding her claim on the Indian Depredation Act.
Box-folder 6:15

Humphreys, Alphonso: corresondence, 1938 October 1-1941 July 4 and undated

Box-folder 7:1

Humphreys, Alphonso: autobiography introduction, undated

Box-folder 7:2

Humphreys, Alphonso: autobiography pages 101-200, undated

Box-folder 7:3

Jasper, James A., 1934 June 9-November 4

Box-folder 7:4

Johnson, Mary, undated

Includes:

One letter in Italian from a mother to her daughter, donated to the Strahlmanns by Mary Johnson.
Box-folder 7:5

Kimball, Mrs. Don, 1940 October 28

Box-folder 7:6

Krempkau, William B., 1923 June 22-1953 December 30 and undated

Box-folder 7:7

Mason family, 1942 March 29-1986 June 12

Box-folder 7:8

McBain, Belle, 1938 January 27-1941 March 17 and undated

Box-folder 7:9

Metherell-Stevens family, 1900-1914 and undated

Includes:

Original correspondence between members of the Metherell-Stevens family
Box-folder 7:10

Mormon Battalion, undated

Box-folder 7:11

Nicholson, M. D., 1937 March 1-1938 July 29

Box-folder 7:12

Poems, undated

Box-folder 7:13

Pony Express, 1938 May 20 and undated

Includes:

Winners of the West bulletin issues dated June 1938 and July 1938 (two copies) (in Oversize F4D1)
Box-folder 7:14

"The Prospect Hole" (manuscript), undated

Box-folder 7:15

Quayle brothers, 1913 May 20-October 8

Box-folder 7:16

Rose, Noah, 1934 April 21-1937 November 28

Box-folder 7:17

Rose, Noah, 1938 January 9-1950 March 27 and undated

Box-folder 7:18

San Diego history, undated

Box-folder 7:19

"San Diego's Old Town" (manuscript), undated

Box-folder 7:20

"The Sinking of the Steamer Central America" (article), 1857

Box-folder 7:21

St. John, Silas, 1939-1941 and undated

Box-folder 7:22

Stagecoach: drviers, 1914 September 14-1950 February 23 and undated

Box-folder 7:23

Stagecoach: Butterfield Line, 1934 February 22-1958 October 4 and undated

Box-folder 7:24

Stagecoach: Great Overland Southern Route, 1942 July 9-1944 December 15

Box-folder 7:25

Stagecoach: San Antonio and San Diego Mail Line, 1860 January 4-1958 October 5 and undated

Box-folder 7:26

Stagecoach: Histories and newspaper clippings, 1937 January 3-1957 January 16 and undated

Box-folder 7:27

Stephens, Kate, 1935 July 3-1939 December 10 and undated

Box-folder 8:1

Stevens, Arthusa Dye, 1936-1937

Box-folder 8:2

Stevens, Arthusa Dye, 1938 January 17-1941 March 10 and undated

Box-folder 8:3

Sweetland, William and Philena, 1876 February 19-1879 March 2

Includes:

Photocopies and transcripts of Sweetland correspondence, possibly made by the San Diego County Parks and Recreation Department.
Box-folder 8:4

Swycaffer, Jeff, 1938 January 20-1942 December 28

Box-folder 8:5

Taylor, May, 1936 September 5-1940 March 12

Box-folder 8:6

Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, 1933 January 25

Includes:

Report to the American Consulate about the disappearance of the Thompsons in Tijuana
Box-folder 8:7

Vallecito history: notes, 1932-1939 and undated

Box-folder 8:8

Vallecito history: newspaper clippings, 1934 February 3-1953 March 1 and undated

Box-folder 8:9

Williams, J. H., 1936 February 18-1937 October 30 and undated

Box-folder 8:10

Williams, Loduska (Mulkins), 1934 October 19-26 and undated

Box-folder 8:11

Woodward, Arthur, 1934 June 12-1935 October 7

Box-folder 8:12

General research correspondence, 1933 February 13-1934 December 22

Box-folder 8:13

General research correspondence, 1935 March 25-December 21

Box-folder 8:14

General research correspondence, 1936 January 1-May 30

Box-folder 9:1

General research correspondence, 1936 June 4-December 30

Box-folder 9:2

General research correspondence, 1937 January 2-June 29

Box-folder 9:3

General research correspondence, 1937 July 6-December 14

Box-folder 9:4

General research correspondence, 1938 January 16-December 15

Box-folder 9:5

General research correspondence, 1939 January 9-1944 June 7

Box-folder 9:6

General research correspondence, 1947 February 10-1960 March 21 and undated

Box-folder 9:7

Miscellaneous collected documents, 1859-1891

Includes:

1864 letter in German
Correspondence of W.A. Skidmore, M.L. Phillips, and George Brown
Receipts
Copy of a land grant for James Mason
Mining records from John Booker
Lists of property of Theadore Howard and Sarah Lassator
Box-folder 9:8

Miscellaneous research notes, undated

 

Series VIII: Anza-Borrego Park Expansion

Box-folder 9:9

Correspondence, 1938 October 22-1939 April 14

Box-folder 9:10

Correspondence, 1939 May 8-1947 June 4

Box-folder 9:11

Congressional Proceedings, 1931 February 18-1945 April 2 and undated

Includes:

Assembly bills sponsored by the State Park Commission as well as informational materials gathered to discourage their passage.
Box-folder 9:12

Agriculture and Irrigation Reports, 1934-1935 and undated

Box-folder 9:13

Expansion Advisory Reports, 1940 and undated

Box-folder 9:14

Publicity, 1938 October 12-1958 March 24 and undated

Includes:

Informational pamphlet about Anza State Park
Newspaper clippings
 

Series IX: Stagecoach Exhibits

Box-folder 9:15

Correspondence: Vallecito Station employment, 1934 February 15-1939 October 4

Box-folder 10:1

Correspondence: Vallecito Station restoration, 1930 May 24-1934 April 26

Box-folder 10:2

Correspondence: Vallecito Station restoration, 1934 May 28-December 31

Box-folder 10:3

Correspondence: Vallecito Station restoration, 1935 January 8-December 28

Box-folder 10:4

Correspondence: Vallecito Station restoration, 1936 February 6-1937 December 31

Box-folder 10:5

Correspondence: Vallecito Station restoration, 1938 January 5-1949 May 17 and undated

Includes:

Hand-drawn map of Vallecito Station layout (in Oversize F4D1)
Box-folder 10:6

San Diego County Parks and Recreation: exhibit cards, undated

Box-folder 10:7

San Diego County Parks and Recreation: item tags and labels, undated

Box-folder 10:8

San Diego County Parks and Recreation: item tags and labels (photocopies), undated

 

Series X: Subject Files

Box-folder 10:9

Automotive, 1936-1949 and undated

Box-folder 10:10

Backcountry, 1930 December 4-1958 January 2 and undated

Box-folder 10:11

Battle of San Pasqual, undated

Box-folder 10:12

Business cards, undated

Box-folder 10:13

Business industries, 1906-1951 and undated

Includes:

Certificate of filing of Articles of Incorporation for the Southern California Gem Company, July 23, 1906
Box-folder 10:14

Investment opportunities, 1926-1950 and undated

Includes:

August 5, 1926 issue of Wall Street Iconoclast (in Oversize F4D1)
Box-folder Oversize F4D1

Maps, 1935-1938 and undated

Includes:

“R.O.F.S. Map No. 523… last survey of Carrizo Creek,” December 1935
Blackburn’s Map of San Diego County with notations, 1935
Map of “Vallecitos and Carriso Units Selections,” with notations, June 1938
Three piece photocopy of “Official Map of San Diego County 1889” gifted by San Diego Gas & Electric Co.
Map of City of San Diego, “Dist. 30 Linda Vista,” printed by Rodney Stokes Co. Inc., with notations
Box-folder 10:15

Maps (hand-drawn), 1937 September 25 and undated

Box-folder 10:16

Mines, 1929 and undated

Box-folder Oversize F4D1

Newspapers, 1783 November 7-1917 November 24

Includes:

Three issues of the Rural World, dated October 27, 1917; November 17, 1917; and November 24, 1917
Reproduction of the New York Morning Post dated November 7, 1783
Reproduction of the New York Herald dated April 16, 1865
Box-folder 11:1

Politics, 1917-1947 and undated

Includes:

Pamphlet from the National Home and Property Owners Foundation, October 1, 1946 (in Oversize F4D1)
Box-folder 11:2

Product advertising, 1941-1951 and undated

Includes:

Flyer for Lumarith transparent plastic (in Oversize F4D1)
Box-folder 11:3

Propaganda, 1940-1950 and undated

Box-folder 11:4

Recreation, undated

Includes:

Pages from instructional book describing how to build a model stagecoach (in Oversize F4D1)
Box-folder 11:5

Religious pamphlets, 1941-1951 and undated

Box-folder 11:6

San Diego Court House Bell, 1939 April 14-December 20

Box-folder 11:7

Travel: California, 1933-1939 and undated

Box-folder 11:8

Travel: United States, 1934-1969 and undated

Includes:

May 6, 1938 issue of the Museum Bulletin, published by the Frontier Times Museum in Texas (in Oversize F4D1)
Box-folder 11:9

Travel: International, 1934-1969 and undated

Box-folder 11:10

World War II, 1944-1945 and undated