This part of the Dockweiler holdings at Loyola Marymount University consists of clippings, photographs, ledgers, ephemera,
and miscellany such as correspondence.
The Dockweiler family story has been closely intertwined with the course of Los Angeles and consequently California history.
The great Gold Rush was instrumental in bringing the first Dockweiler to Los Angeles, Henry Dockweiler (1824-1887), who settled
here by 1852 after trying, apparently without success, his hand in the gold fields of northern California. Part of the American
story of immigration, Henry and his wife Margaretha (1827-1924) were both immigrants, he from Bavaria, she from Alsace. They
married in Los Angeles in 1861, after meeting in the Buffalo, New York area, their chief residence in the United States before
making Los Angeles their home.
3 archival document boxes; 2 oversize boxes
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