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    • Et tu Los Angeles

    • Associations, institutions, etc.; Politics; Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Reformatories; Trusts and trustees; Tableware; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- ); Speeches, addresses, etc.; Waterman, Robert Whitney, 1826-1891;...
    • The Union League banquet and politics are discussed in a letter from the 1892 February 6 edition of the Stockton Mail.
    • Lee Gates explains how trap was set

    • Chandler, Harry, 1864 - 1944; Mayors election; Political campaigns; Political candidates
    • Article from the 1906 November 19 edition of the Los Angeles Express discusses Lee C. Gates' version of events surrounding the arbitration between he and Walter Lindley.
    • Hanging on to places

    • Children; Juvenile delinquents; Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Reformatories; San Francisco (Calif.); Judges; Police; Politicians; Politics
    • An article from the 1891 October 12 edition of the San Francisco Examiner reports on the discussion over the closure of the industrial school in San Francisco.
    • The next council

    • City council members; Nominations for office; Political campaigns; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- )
    • Article from the Los Angeles Herald dated 1906 November 13 discusses the nominations for city council made by the Republican party and the Non-partisan committee.
    • Johnson on the situation

    • Clubs; Meetings; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- ); Political candidates; Nominations for office; Local elections; Mayors election
    • Article from the Sacramento Bee reports on the proceedings of a meeting of Republican candidates, incumbents, and supporters.
    • With the politicians

    • Committees; Mayors election; Political candidates; Political campaigns; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- )
    • Article from the 1906 November 9 edition of the Los Angeles Evening News reports that Walter Lindley's campaign headquarters will be located in the Germain building adjoining those of the Republican city central committee.
    • The industrial school

    • Congresses and conventions; Attorney; Lawyers; Judges; Reformatories; Children; Juvenile delinquents; San Francisco (Calif.); Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Politics; Politicians; Meetings
    • An article from the 1891 October 31 edition of the San Francisco Post reports that the Board of Supervisors wants to transfer all the boys from the industrial school in San Francisco to the reform school in Whittier and the conference held to...
    • Industrial school boys

    • Congresses and conventions; Meetings; Politicians; Politics; Asylums; Reformatories; Juvenile delinquents; San Francisco (Calif.); Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Children; Judges
    • An article from the 1891 November 7 edition of the San Francisco Bulletin reports on the transfer of boys from the industrial school in San Francisco to the reform school in Whittier. It also reports that the girls from the Magdalen Asylum will...
    • Conference presided over by Judge Wallace

    • Congresses and conventions; Meetings; Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Reformatories; Judges; Attorney; Lawyers; Politics; San Francisco (Calif.); Children; Juvenile delinquents
    • An article from the 1891 October 31 edition of the San Francisco Report shares that a conference was held to discuss the transfer of inmates from the industrial school in San Francisco to the reform school in Whittier.

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