The collection contains 62 volumes and one folder of ephemera for the Foy Brothers saddler and harness business in Los Angeles.
Foy Brothers, a Los Angeles harness and saddler firm was founded in 1854 by Samuel Calvert Foy and his brother, John Moran
Foy. Their partnership continued until 1865 when John moved to San Bernardino to open his own firm; he died in 1892. Samuel
continued to direct the Los Angeles firm until his death in 1901.
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