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The company Alpert also partnered with Philip Gindoff, a Russian immigrant and... " Scrapbook, 1918-1927 Pictures and articles about American troops fighting in WWI, especially American "Aces." Includes reports of men who died in service, a few photographs and two letters.
The bulk of the material is from 1918, with a few items from later...
Alpert (Louis) Collection Primarily photographs; one sketchbook; one trade advertisement.
Ladies' coat manufacturer brand "Alpert" was headquartered in Los Angeles; their coat label also identified their brand with Hollywood, California (1948).
19th Century Magazine Illustration Collection Illustrations extracted from various issues of Ballou's Pictorial, Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun, Harper's Bazaar, Harper's Weekly, and Illustrated London News. "A Photographic Record of the Allied Air Effort in Support of the Invasion of the Continent of Europe" Largely aerial photographs of air bombardments in Europe during World War II. Also some publicity (newspaper clippings from the Herald Examiner, March 8, 1964) connected with... 1950 Commemorative album of original photographs "Presented to Armand Maurer in Recognition and Gratitude for Outstanding Service Rendered to the Franciscan Fathers." Allard (Gladys Stanley) Collection A small collection of photographs, yearbooks, and ephemera of a high school student in the 1920s.
Mostly color photographs of paintings by Los Angeles artist Ben Abril depicting historic buildings and scenes in Los Angeles, primarily Bunker Hill.
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