Article from the 1911 November 8 edition of the Los Angeles Examiner reports that the Civic Association will be giving lectures on hygiene and sanitation as part of a series of lectures, plays, and concerts.
Pamphlet containing an address delivered by Walter Lindley at a dinner celebrating Mary Ann Newlin Coffin's 100th birthday. The address discusses her involvement with the Underground Railroad and other abolitionist endeavors.
Nurses; Nursing; Nursing students; Labor laws and legislation; Hospitals; Wages; Lectures and lecturing; Women
Article from the 1913 November 22 edition of the Los Angeles Tribune discusses a speech given by Mrs. Charles Edison concerning the eight hour work limit for nurses and the workingmen's compensation act.
Teachers' unions; Associations, institutions, etc.; Lectures and lecturing; Congresses and conventions; Marching drills; Children; Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.)
An article from the 1891 December 31 edition of the Los Angeles Times reports on the convention of the State Teachers' Association and its speakers. It also reports that a drill company of fifty boys from the reform school in Whittier attended.