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File includes fifteen photographs, personal correspondence, newspaper clippings, a program and a blueprint political cartoon.


File includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, campaign material, a photograph and ephemera.


File includes newspaper clippings concerning L.D. Taylor's activities as Mayor and his illness, correspondence, campaign material, five photographs, a date book and municipal financial statements. File also includes both original and photographic reproductions of political cartoons by R.L. Halstead and Fitzmaurice.


File includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, an election pamphlet and address relating to Taylor's campaign for the position of alderman, financial receipts, lists and a souvenir program for the "Coronation Torchlight Tattoo and Military Display by 1st Veteran's Battalion, July 1st, 1937." File also includes draft newspaper articles by Taylor and entire issues of The New Deal, Vol. 1, No. 2 (April 2, 1937) and Vol. 1, No. 37 (December 3, 1937), as well as partial issues for April 16, April 30, and May 7.

[19]20 L.D.T.

File consists of a copy of a memorandum of agreement between John William Patterson and Defiance Wharves Limited, January 24, 1920.


File includes financial records for the Vancouver Oil & Mining Record and a certificate of encumberance for Lot 191.


File includes twenty-three photographs, correspondence, a report, newspaper clippings, financial receipts, and a program for "Canada's Diamond Jubilee, 1867-1927: Port banquet dedicated to the opening of C.P.R. piers 'B-C', Monday , the fourth of July." Includes two photographs of children inscribed to L.D. Taylor.


File includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, an election campaign pamphlet, muncipal financial statements, notes and three photographs of family and friends.


File includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, post cards, poems and transcribed articles.


File is a scrapbook given to L.D. Taylor by Ted and Ken Taylor, consisting of newspaper clippings documenting L.D.'s activities, political cartoons (clipped and original), correspondence, ephemera, and photographs. Material was accumulated by L.D. Taylor and is both glued into the book and filed loosely between pages. Includes the first issue of The New Deal (March 26, 1937), a photograph album titled "No. 2163 Monroe St." containing eight photographs (CVA 1477-411) and one loose photograph (CVA 1477-412).

Family 1900

File consists of a newspaper clipping, a card, Theodore Taylor report cards, and incoming correspondence to Theodore Taylor, including letters from Annie Louise Taylor, Winifred Mabel Pierce and L.D. Taylor.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

Family 1904

File consists of correspondence of Winifred M. Pierce, Annie Louise Taylor, and Theodore Taylor to Caroline Little Pierce, as well as other incoming correpondence of Caroline.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

Family 1914

File includes incoming correspondence to Theodore Taylor from L.D. Taylor, Annie Louise Taylor and Winifred Mabel Pierce; incoming correspondence to Kenneth Taylor from Kate Cooley; outgoing and incoming Annie Louise Taylor correspondence, including several letters from L.D. Taylor; and incoming Caroline Little Pierce correspondence, including several letters from Winifred Mabel. File also contains several letters of introduction written by L.D. on behalf of Theodore Taylor and postcards from the United States. Also contained in the file are two photographs, financial records of Annie Louise, a programme, newspaper clippings and calling cards.

Original file folder was inscribed with the following notes by Ted Taylor: "J[anua]r[y] '14 'ghost'? (see W[inifred] M[abel] P[ierce] - 10-14)

Pierce family, Osborne J.

1891-1908 Chicago Realty

File includes property deeds, related correspondence and other legal documents concerning property owned by Osborne J. and Caroline Little Pierce in River Forest, Illinois, and Los Angeles.
Note by Ted Taylor on original file folder reads "J[un]e to July '08 - selling Chic[ago] to buy H[olly]w[oo]d?"

Pierce family, Osborne J.

L.A. Investment Co.

File consists of records relating to L.A. Investment Company stocks held by Osborne J. and Caroline Little Pierce and Annie Louise Taylor.

Pierce family, Osborne J.


File contains an architectural drawing and an essay by Osborne J. Pierce. The essay is titled "Statistics Relating to Population."

Pierce family, Osborne J.

1966 Echo Avenue, Los Angeles

File consists of seven architectural drawings by Osborne J. Pierce for a residence at 1966 Echo Avenue, Los Angeles. Includes a floor plan, side elevation plans, a rear elevation plan a front elevation plan, and detail drawings.


File contains a piece of prose by Osborne J. Pierce titled "Early Recollections."

Pierce family, Osborne J.


File consists of letterhead for Osborne J. Pierce's office at 539 Chamber of Commerce Building in Los Angeles and for the South Hollywood Improvement Association, of which Pierce was an Executive Committee member.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

1913 TT [Ted Taylor]

File consists of programs, newspaper clippings and other records relating to Theodore (Ted) Taylor's participation in plays and other events at Los Angeles High School; a sheet of prose by Osborne J. Pierce; and a letter from Pierce to his sister Almira, in which he discusses the living arrangements and activities of L.D., Annie Louise, and Theodore Taylor.

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