Fritz Burns Papers, 1939-1973

Janet Evander
William H. Hannon Library
Loyola Marymount University
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Los Angeles, CA 90045-8200
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Frtiz Burns Papers

Collection number: CSLA-2

William H. Hannon Library

Loyola Marymount University

Los Angeles, California
Processed by:
Janet Evander
Date Completed:
1997
Encoded by:
Clay Stalls
© 2009 Loyola Marymount University. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Fritz Burns papers
Bulk Dates: 1939-1972
Collection number: CSLA-2
Creator: Burns, Fritz
Creator: Marlow, F. W.
Collection Size: 21.5 linear feet
Repository: Loyola Marymount University. Library. Department of Archives and Special Collections.
Los Angeles, California 90045-2659
Abstract: The collection contains business files from Fritz Burns's association with Fred W. Marlow. There is also biograpical information about Burns and photographs of Burns, his wife Gladys, son F. Patrick, and others. Many photographs show Hawaiian hotels in which Burns had a business interest along with Henry J. Kaiser and Conrad Hilton.
Physical location: Collection stored offsite. Research use requires both an advance notice of intent to use the collection and an appointment. To schedule an appointment, please contact the Department of Archives and Special Collection, William H. Hannon Library, Loyola Marymount University: 310-338-2780, 310-338-5357.
Languages: Languages represented in the collection:English

Access

The Fritz Burns Papers are part of the Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Center for the Study of Los Angeles Research Collection, a program of the Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Center for the Study of Los Angeles, Loyola Marymount University. The Department of Archives and Special Collections, Loyola Marymount University, administers the Research Collection. Collection is open to research under the terms of use of the Department of Archives and Special Collections, William H. Hannon Library, Loyola Marymount University.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Series number, Box and Folder number, Fritz Burns papers, CSLA-2, Department of Archives and Special Collections, William H. Hannon Library, Loyola Marymount University.

Acquisition Information

The Fritz B. Burns Foundation donated this collection to LMU in 1996 (Accession Number: 1996.26).

Fritz Burns Biography

Fritz Bernard Burns (1899-1979), born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, was a powerful real estate developer in Southern California. As vice-president of Dickenson & Gillepsie real estate firm in Los Angeles in the 1920s, he oversaw the development of Palisades Del Rey (now Play Del Rey). With partner F. W. Marlow, he was involved in the development of Westchester, Windsor Hills, Panorama City, parts of North Hollywood and other areas in Los Angeles. Such projects made him a prominent developer in Los Angeles and a leader in the development of mass-produced housing, resulting in community development and the notion of middle class ownership of homes as a way of life. He was, consequently, a leading civic figure in the city. Burns was also a major philanthropic benefactor to Roman Catholic institutions, including Loyola Marymount University and Aquinas College. Burns was President of the Home Builders Association of Los Angeles in 1942 and of the National Association of Home Builders in 1945.
1899 Born Fritz Bernard Burns, Minneapolis, Minnesota
1916-1932 Salesman, sales manager, and executive vice president, Dickinson & Gillespie Corporation. Responsible for the development of Palisades del Rey, a beachfront area of Los Angeles County.
1924 Marries Lucille Robinson, whom he divorced in 1927. The couple has one son, Fritz Patrick Burns (1925-1980).
1937-1944 General partner with F. W. Marlow in Marlow-Burns Development Company, which develops Windsor Hills, Toluca Wood, Westchester, and parts of West Los Angeles.
1940 Marries Gladys Carson Scheller (1897-1985).
1945 With Henry J. Kaiser forms Kaiser Community Homes. Best known development is Panorama City. Also the two partners develop properties in Hawaii.
1955 Burns receives "Man of Achievement" award from the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce.
1960-1979 CEO, Fritz B. Burns and Associates. Partner in development of hotels and shopping centers in the Los Angeles area.
1979 Death of Fritz B. Burns.

Scope and Content of Collection

The Fritz Burns Papers (CSLA-2)consist of textual and non-textual materials that provide excellent coverage of the development of Los Angeles in in the 1940s and 1950s. The holdings cover the following partnerships of Burns: Marlow-Burns Development Co.; Murphy-Baker-Burns; Marlow-Burns Investment Co.; Marlow & Co.; Marlow-Burns and Co. The holdings in these areas include information on properties owned by Burns with these various partners. There are partnership agreements, leases, mortgage and tax information, internal office memos, real estate brochures and maps, and other materials pertaining to property ownership.
In addition there are newspaper clippings and scrapbooks with articles related to Burns's real estate developments. Filling out the collection are photographs of Fritz Burns, Burns and his business associates, Burns and his family, and some of his developments. Finally there is memorabilia consisting of the many awards that Burns received for his philanthropy and professional achievements.

Arrangement

The Fritz Burns Papers (CSLA-2) are arranged in five series:
  • Series One: Business Files, 1939-1985
  • Series Two: Biographical Files, 1922-1982
  • Series Three: Scrapbooks and Clippings, 1939-1966
  • Series Four: Photographs, 1922-probably 1973
  • Series Five: Awards and Honors, 1918-1979

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Burns, Fritz
Marlow, F. W. (Fred W.)
Marlow-Burns Development Company -- Archives
Real estate developers -- California, Southern -- Biography -- Sources
Real estate development -- California, Southern -- History -- Sources
Los Angeles (Calif.) -- History -- 20th century -- Sources
Philanthropists -- California -- Los Angeles -- Biography -- Sources

Bibliography

Keane, James Thomas. Fritz B. Burns and the Development of Los Angeles. Los Angeles, 2001

Related Material

Related Collections:

Box and Folder List

 

Series 1 Business Files 1939-1985

Physical Description: 5 archival document boxes

Scope and Content Note

Arranged chronologically. Most of the files relate to the partnership of Fritz Burns and Fred Marlow. The files include the following names for the partnerships: Marlow-Burns Development Co.; Murphy-Baker-Burns; Marlow-Burns Investment Co.; Marlow & Co.; Marlow-Burns and Co. The files include information on properties owned by Burns with these various partners. There are partnership agreements, leases, mortgage and tax information, internal office memos, real estate brochures and maps, and other materials pertaining to property ownership.
Box 1 : 1

Marlow-Burns Development Co. -- Partnership Agreement 1939-1984

Box 1 : 2-5

Marlow-Burns Development Co. -- General File 1956 1939-1976

Box 1 : 6-7

Marlow-Burns Development Co. -- General File 1946-1955 1946-1960

Box 2 : 8

Marlow-Burns Development Co. -- General File 1946-1955 1946-1960

Box 2 : 9

Murphy-Baker-Burns -- MAP File, Lots 1-11, Tract 12691. South Pasadena 1951

Box 2 : 10

Burns-Baker -- Lots 29-52, Inclusive Tract 12961, Raymond Hill 1951-1953

Box 2 : 11

Murphy-Burns-Baker Co-Partnership (Parkway-Fairoaks) Lots 1-11 Tract 1269 1951-1964

Box 2 : 12

Marlow-Burns -- Business Properties 1951 1970 1974

Box 2 : 13

Marlow-Burns Investment Co. Certificate of co-partnership 1953

Box 2 : 14

Marlow-Burns Co. -- Management Agreements 1953-1958

Box 2 : 15

Marlow-Burns -- Oil Lease 1953-1964

Box 2 : 16

Marlow & Co. 1953-1968

Box 2 : 17

Marlow-Burns Co. -- Lyons Lease 1955-1956

Box 2 : 18

Marlow-Burns & Co. Community Lease 1955-1964

Box 3 : 19

Marlow-Burns Development Co. -- Bowling Alley 1955-1966

Box 3 : 20

Marlow-Burns Development Co. -- Cavalier Restaurant, 5912 West Manchester, Los Angeles 1955-1966

Box 3 : 21

Marlow-Burns & Company 1955-1967

Box 3 : 22

Marlow-Burns & Co. -- Union Oil (Arbor Vitae and Airport) 1955-1974

Box 3 : 23

Marlow-Burns -- Oil (Centinela and La Tijera) 1957

Box 3 : 24

Marlow, F. W. / Burns, Fritz B. (50% Individually) 1957-1958 1969

Box 3 : 25

Marlow-Burns & Co. -- Post Office Lease 1957-1959

Box 3 : 26

Marlow-Burns -- 74th and La Tijera 1957-1969

Box 3 : 27

Marlow-Burns & Co. -- Lee-Skyways Motel 1957-1977

Box 3 : 28

Marlow-Burns & Company -- Corner Overhill and Slauson 1957-1977

Box 3 : 29

Marlow-Burns -- Partial Division of Properties 1958-1960

Box 3 : 30

Marlow & Co. -- Trust S-11654 1959-1960

Box 3 : 31

Marlow-Burns -- Pancake House, Manchester/La Tijera 1960

Box 3 : 32

Murphy-Burns-Baker -- Von's Grocery Company 1960-1980

Box 3 : 33

Marlow-Burns -- Clock Restaurant 1961

Box 3 : 34

Murphy-Burns-Baker -- South Pasadena Shopping Center, Fair Oaks and State Street 1961-1966

Box 3 : 35

Marlow-Burns & Co. -- Bertram Property 1961-1968

Box 4 : 36

MB -- Control Data Building #1 6060 West Manchester Blvd. 1961-1971

Box 4 : 37

Murphy-Burns-Baker -- General Correspondence 1961-1981

Box 4 : 38

Murphy-Burns-Baker -- Lease File, 1961-1963 1961-1985

Box 4 : 39

Murphy-Burns-Baker -- Coin Operated Dry Cleaning & Laundry 1962-1963

Box 4 : 40

Murphy-Burns-Baker -- Thrifty Drug Lease 1962-1981

Box 4 : 41

Murphy-Burns-Baker -- Heckle Lynn Restaurant 1962-1981

Box 4 : 42

M/B -- 8600 La Tijera Office Building 1963

Box 4 : 43

M-B Oil Drilling Sites Westchester 1965-1966

Box 4 : 44

MB -- Wash Rack, Slauson and Overhil 1965-1966

Box 4 : 45

M-B -- Control Data Lease Financing 1965 1968

Box 4 : 46

M-B -- Control Data Building #2 1965-1968

Box 5 : 47

M-B -- Freeway at La Tijera and 74th Street 1966-1970

Box 5 : 48

Marlow-Burns -- Marlow (Memos to) 1966-1968

Box 5 : 49

M-B -- Standard Oil, Line Well Agreement 1966-1967

Box 5 : 50

MB -- New Slauson Freeway 1967

Box 5 : 51

Murphy-Burns-Baker -- Standard Oil Lease 1970-1971 1981

Box 5 : 52

Marlow-Burns -- Manchester and La Tijera 1974

Box 5 : 53

Marlow-Burns -- Lease Income Reports 1976-1983

Box 5 : 54

Marlow-Burns & Company -- Slauson and Angelus Vista 1977

 

Series 2 Biographical Files 1922-1982

Physical Description: 1 archival document box

Scope and Content Note

Arranged chronologically. The series contains manuscripts, typescripts, press releases, newspaper clippings, magazine articles about Fritz Burns. File 3 contains information on Henry J. Kaiser (1882-1967), including the 1968 book The Kaiser Story.
Box 6 : 1

Burns, Fritz B. -- Biographies 1922-1978

Box 6 : 2

Burns, Fritz B. -- Biographical Information 1943

Box 6 : 3

Burns/Kaiser, et. al. Includes booklet, The Kaiser Story 1961-1975

Box 6 : 4

FBB: Loyola-Marymount Board of Visitors 1977-1978

Box 6 : 5

Fritz B. Burns clippings re his death 1979 1982

 

Series 3 Scrapbooks and Clippings 1939-1966

Physical Description: 4 oversize boxes

Scope and Content Note

The scrapbooks consist mostly of newspaper clippings arranged chronologically from 1953-1966. Photocopies of clippings are grouped by subject, scrapbooks are arranged chronologically. There are photocopies of clippings relating to Windsor Hills (includes copies of brochures and advertisements), Fritz Burns, Panorama City, Westchester, Public Housing, and the Post-War House. There are also copies of Marlow-Burns and Co. letters to renters, a summary of building restrictions and costs; a schedule of options; and floor plans.
Box 1ov

Photocopies: Windsor Hills. Includes copies of brochures, advertisements. Also copies of Marlow-Burns and Co. letters to renters, summary of building restrictions and costs; schedule of options; and floor plans 1939-1940

Box 1ov

Photocopies: Copies of articles about Fritz Burns, Panorama City, Westchester, Public Housing, and the Post-War House 1943-1963

Box 2ov

Scrapbook 1953

Box 2ov

Scrapbook 1953

Box 3ov

Scrapbook 1955

Box 3ov

Scrapbook 1956-1959

Box 4ov

Scrapbook, Fritz B. Burns Clippings 1960-1966

 

Series 4 Photographs 1922-1973

Physical Description: 1 archival document box, 1 oversize box

Scope and Content Note

Arranged chronologically. Photographs include Fritz Burns, Gladys Burns, and/or F. Patrick Burns. A large number record Fritz Burns's business interests in Hawaiian hotels. There are also photographs of ground breakings and ceremonies. Some photographs are of Henry J. Kaiser, Conrad Hilton, and other people who joined Burns in Hawaiian business ventures.
Box 5ov

Dickinson & Gillespie L.A.A.C. Banquet (Los Angeles Athletic Club?) 1922

Box 5ov

Initial banquet, Los Angeles Football, Biltmore Hotel. 4 prints 1926

Box 5ov

Board of Directors. National Association of Home Builders, Chicago 1943

Box 5ov

Fritz Burns portraits. 8 color prints. Photographer: Curtis Studios undated

Box 5ov

Fritz Burns, Art Linkletter, and Mrs. Ward George, winner of the "Kaiser Future" contest, on the "People Are Funny" program. At NBC Studios in Hollywood. Photographer: Woro Studio undated

Box 7 : 1

Man in a car. Written on back of photo: "Pat-- Hot Dawg. Pop. " Circa 1923 -- More lights than a xmas tree -- note running board lights & safeguards." 1923

Box 7 : 2

F. Patrick Burns and two others in front of Panorama City helicopter 1954

Box 7 : 3

Grand opening of Hawaiian Village in Waikiki. 2 prints. One print shows Henry Kaiser and Fritz Burns cutting a lei, the other shows Kaiser, Burns and three other people 1955

Box 7 : 4

F. Patrick Burns portraits. 1 print and 1 proof sheet with 12 views. Photographer: Richard Fish circa 1955

Box 7 : 5

"Henry J. Kaiser, Sr., celebrating his 73rd birthday doing 110 miles an hour in his hydroplane on the waters of Lake Tahoe, while famed Hawaiian entertainer, Alfred Apaka, serenades him on the ukulele" 1955

Box 7 : 6

Announcement of plans to build a new Kaiser-Hilton hotel in Waikiki. L to R: Edgar Kaiser, Henry J. Kaiser, John W. Houser, Fritz B. Burns. 2 prints 1956

Box 7 : 7

Molokai-Oahu outrigger canoe races 1956

Box 7 : 8

L to R: F. Patrick Burns, Jackie Akeo, Gladys Burns, Muriel Tani, Fritz Burns. Hawaiian Village Hotel, Honolulu 1957

Box 7 : 9

Fritz Burns portraits. 2 prints 1957

Box 7 : 10

Portrait of F. Patrick Burns. 2 prints 1960

Box 7 : 11

7 prints of signing of loan papers for $15 million dollars between Equitable Assurance Society of the United States and the Hilton-Burns Hotels Company. Newspaper clipping. Shown in pictures: E.F. Schneider, John H. Russell, Fritz Burns, W. K. Skinner, Robert Thompson, Robert W. Brown, Granville Specks, Gregory R. Dillon, Maynard D. Piltz, Senator Vincent Esposito, David Pietsch, Edwin K. Hastings, Joseph Rawlinson, John Leon Collis, John Cline Mann 1961

Box 7 : 12

Members of the Japan-Hawaii Trade Development Tour. 7 prints. Some of the photographs show the Tokyo Shibaura Electric 1961

Box 7 : 13

Fritz Burns portraits. 11 prints 1962

Box 7 : 14

Fritz Burns on a boat 1962

Box 7 : 15

[Edwin K.] Hastings and [Mr.] Shirra 1962

Box 7 : 16

Fritz and Gladys Burns. 2 prints and a slide 1962

Box 7 : 17

Fritz and Gladys Burns 1962

Box 7 : 18

National Guard "Armory Dedication." 4 prints 1962

Box 7 : 19

3 prints: Seymour Mann (President San Fernando Valley Industrial Association), Fritz Burns, John Roberts (Director Los Angeles City Planning), Robert Fuller 1962

Box 7 : 20

Fritz Burns with a Christmas display with reindeer. 3 prints 1962

Box 7 : 21

Preview showing of the Airport-Marina Hotel (at Lincoln Boulevard and Manchester Avenue). 4 prints. Preview invitation and an announcement re Bernd Enck as Banquet and Catering Manager of the Hotel 1963

Box 7 : 22

Loyola University President's Council Dinner. Fritz and Gladys Burns 1963

Box 7 : 23

Istanbul Hilton. Fritz and Gladys Burns and others 1963

Box 7 : 24

Fritz Burns and Conrad Hilton. Outside the Long House following Mr. Hilton's speech to the Hawaii Visitors Bureau 1963

Box 7 : 25

Restaurant on outskirts of Rome 1963

Box 7 : 26

John Joseph (Hilton), Jean Lane, Fritz Burns in Rotterdam 1963

Box 7 : 27

Fritz Burns and others on a boat. 5 print 1963

Box 7 : 28

Santa Clara Luncheon. Fritz Burns at podium 1963

Box 7 : 29

Culver-Stockton College event. 4 prints 1963

Box 7 : 30

Jim Townsell[?] birthday party, with Fritz Burns. 2 prints 1964

Box 7 : 31

F. Patrick Burns and a woman 1964

Box 7 : 32

Opening of Kahala Hilton. 4 prints 1964

Box 7 : 33

F. Patrick Burns and others. 3 prints 1964

Box 7 : 34

Fritz Burns receiving the "Citizen of the Year Award" from the Kiwanis Club of San Fernando, California 1964

Box 7 : 35

F. Patrick Burns and two women 1965

Box 7 : 36

Fritz Burns and two other men. Hilton Hawaiian Village 1966

Box 7 : 37

Groundbreaking, Kona Hilton. 24 prints probably 1966

Box 7 : 38

Portrait of Fritz Burns 1968

Box 7 : 39

Fritz and Gladys Burns and others in Hawaii. 4 prints 1970

Box 7 : 40

Fritz Burns and unidentified man 1972

Box 7 : 41

Fritz and Gladys Burns receiving Americanism awards from the Americanism Educational League. 3 prints probably 1973

Box 7 : 42

Unidentified family photograph undated

Box 7 : 43

Parking structure opening, possibly Hilton Hawaiian Village. 2 prints undated

Box 7 : 44

Fritz Burns with Henry J. Kaiser, looking at plans undated

Box 7 : 45

Fritz Burns, Henry J. Kaiser, and five other men seated at a dining table undated

Box 7 : 46

Henry J. Kaiser on stage at a microphone addressing an audience. Fritz Burns is sitting on the side of the stage undated

Box 7 : 47

Fritz Burns, Henry J. Kaiser, and unidentified woman. 3 prints undated

Box 7 : 48

Fritz Burns, Henry J. Kaiser, and others playing ball. 3 prints undated

Box 7 : 49

Fritz Burns and Henry J. Kaiser seated next to each other; Fritz Burns and unidentified woman; Gladys Burns at a buffet table. 3 prints undated

Box 7 : 50

Fritz Burns, Henry J. Kaiser, and "zany orchestra leader" Spike Jones fishing and sitting in front of a building. 8 prints undated

Box 7 : 51

Fritz Burns and Henry J. Kaiser touring the Hawaiian Village Hotel. 21 prints undated

Box 7 : 52

Henry J. Kaiser with model of [Hawaiian Village Hotel?]. 2 prints undated

Box 7 : 53

Aerial view of [Oahu?] coast undated

Box 7 : 54

Fritz and Gladys Burns, Patrick Burns, Henry Kaiser and others. 1 print and 1 proof sheet with 12 images undated

Box 7 : 55

From left to right: W. K. Skinner, Edwin K. Hastings, Fritz Burns, Gregory Dillon. At Hilton Hawaiian Village undated

Box 7 : 56

Fritz Burns at lei stand, Hilton Hawaiian Village undated

Box 7 : 57

Fritz Burns and 6 other men undated

Box 7 : 58

Fritz Burns and an unidentified man undated

Box 7 : 59

Gladys Burns and an unidentified man in a yard. 2 prints undated

Box 7 : 60

Fritz Burns and a group of men touring a building. 2 prints undated

Box 7 : 61

Fritz Burns (wearing a lei) standing near ocean with a group of people undated

Box 7 : 62

Travel photographs. 4 prints undated

Box 7 : 63

Fritz Burns and Lloyd Mazzera undated

Box 7 : 64

John W. Houser, Executive Vice President, and Conrad N. Hilton, President, Hilton Hotels International undated

Box 7 : 65

F. Patrick Burns portrait. 2 prints undated

Box 7 : 66

F. Patrick Burns portrait. 3 prints. Photographer: Curtis Studios undated

Box 7 : 67

F. Patrick Burns looking at plans in front of hotel. Photographer: Bob Johnson (Honolulu) undated

Box 7 : 68

F. Patrick Burns and others on a boat. Photographer: Werner Stoy (Honolulu) undated

Box 7 : 69

F. Patrick Burns, a woman, Fritz and Gladys Burns on camels in front of pyramids. 2 prints undated

Box 7 : 70

Fritz and Gladys Burns and another couple seated at a dining table and watching a fashion show undated

Box 7 : 71

F. Patrick Burns and two other men in front of a map of the San Fernando Valley undated

Box 7 : 72

Fritz Burns portrait undated

Box 7 : 73

Fritz Burns portrait, seated at desk. Photographer: Woro Studio Photography undated

Box 7 : 74

Fritz Burns portrait. 4 prints. Photographer: Curtis Studios undated

Box 7 : 75

Fritz Burns portrait. 5 prints. Photographer: Bob Johnson undated

Box 7 : 76

Fritz Burns portrait undated

Box 7 : 77

Fritz Burns portrait. Photographer: Herbert Bruce Cross undated

Box 7 : 78

Fritz Burns portraits. 4 prints. Photographer: Rothschild Photo undated

Box 7 : 79

Fritz Burns portraits. 13 prints. Photographer: Bob Johnson undated

Box 7 : 80

Fritz Burns, two men and a woman undated

Box 7 : 81

Fritz Burns and Catholic Father undated

 

Series 5 Awards and Honors 1918-1979

Physical Description: 5 oversize boxes

Scope and Content Note

Arranged chronologically. This series includes appointments, resolutions, and a certificate of gratitude and other statements of appreciation for Fritz Burns from various community and business organizations and government bodies. There is also an honorary degree from Loyola Marymount University (1967). There are a few artifacts: two gavels and a gold-plated spade in a glass-fronted presentation case: "'The Spade of Progress' Presented to Fritz B. Burns Founder of Panorama City in appreciation of his 'Spade Work' in developing the San Fernando Valley's Most Outstanding Community."
Box 6ov : 1

Appointment. The President of the United States appoints Fritz B. Burns as Second Lieutenant of Infantry, the United States Army. Signed by the Adjutant General, F. P. Jacobs and the Assistant Secretary of War 1918

Box 6ov : 2

Gavel. "Fritz B. Burns[,] President 1942[,] Home Builders Institute" probably 1942

Box 6ov : 3

Distinguished Service Award. The National Association of Home Builders of the United States presents the award to "Fritz B. Burns[,] National President[,] 1943" 1947

Box 6ov : Gavel. Fritz B. Burns, Chairman, Build America Better Council

Gavel. Fritz B. Burns, Chairman, Build America Better Council undated

Box 7ov : 5

City of Los Angeles resolution supporting the Building Contractors Association of California's honorary dinner for Fritz Burns 1952

Box 7ov : 6

Certificate of gratitude from National Association of Real Estate Boards to Fritz B. Burns 1955

Box 8ov : 7

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Resolution re Fritz B. Burns 1959

Box 8ov : 8

Assembly of the California Legislature re Fritz B. Burns 1959

Box 9ov : 9

Panorama City Chamber of Commerce. " 'The Spade of Progress' Presented to Fritz B. Burns Founder of Panorama City in appreciation of his "Spade Work" in developing the San Fernando Valley's Most Outstanding Community." 1959

Box 10ov : 10

Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Loyola University. Laminated letter on back of frame (November 10, 1967) to Burns from Charles S. Casassa, S. J., President of Loyola University. Casassa accepts Burns' resignation from the Board of Regents of the University 1967

Box 10ov : 11

Citation for Outstanding Service. Americanism Educational League. Awarded to Fritz B. Burns 1964

Box 10ov : 12

Citation of Merit. The American Legion and the Los Angeles County Council. Presented to Fritz B. Burns 1966

Box 10ov : 13

Appointment. Ronald Reagan, Governor of the State of California, appoints Fritz B. Burns as a member of the Tourism and Visitor Services Commission 1967

Box 11ov : 14

Resolution. The City of Los Angeles posthumously "offers its deep appreciation and gratitude" to Fritz Burns 1979