Burnside Woman's Relief Corp #105 Photographs

1901-1904


Descriptive Summary

Title: Burnside Woman's Relief Corp #105 Photographs
Dates: 1901-1904
Collection Number: P-275
Creator/Collector:
Extent: (Boxes: ½ letter)
Repository: Seaver Center for Western History Research, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
Abstract: 9 photographs, including 1 image related to WRC chapter #188. 1901-1904, undated. See also manuscripts in MSS-492
Language of Material: No linguistic content; Not applicable

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Preferred Citation

Burnside Woman's Relief Corp #105 Photographs. Seaver Center for Western History Research, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Biography/Administrative History

The Women's Relief Corps (WRC) was the women's auxiliary of the Grand Army of the Republic. It was established (1883) as a social, civic and patriotic organization to foster social improvements and to generate and sustain community appreciation for the sacrifices of those patriots who had died to preserve the Union. Chapter #105 was located in West Los Angeles, or Sawtelle, California.

Scope and Content of Collection

9 photographs, including 1 image related to WRC chapter #188. 1901-1904, undated. See also manuscripts in MSS-492

Indexing Terms

Grand Army of the Republic.
Sawtelle (Calif.)