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    • Six candidates to explain why

    • Mayors election; Meetings; Political campaigns; Political candidates
    • Article from the 1906 November 20 edition of the Los Angeles Herald reports that all six of the mayoral candidates will be presenting their campaign platforms that evening.
    • Story of the battle in wards of the city

    • Mayors election; Local elections; Political campaigns; Political candidates; Democratic Party (Calif.); Southern Pacific Railroad Company; Political cartoons; Democratic Party (Calif.); Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- )
    • Article clipped from an unknown source reports on results of the Los Angeles municipal election ward by ward.
    • The Lindley tide

    • Mayors election; Political campaigns; Political candidates
    • Article from the Los Angeles Herald dated 1906 November 16 discusses Lindley's rise in popularity among voters in the mayoral election.
    • Grand jury's report

    • Jury; Investigations; Politicians; Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Reformatories; Schools; Expenditures, Public; Contracts; Industrial arts; Education; Citrus
    • An article from the 1892 January 9 edition of the Times reports on the findings from the investigation of the reform school in Whittier. It also reports on the recommendations to the school.
    • Whittier reform school was opened

    • Children; Juvenile delinquents; Reformatories; Schools; Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.)
    • An article from the 1891 July 9 edition of the Los Angeles Christian Advocate reports on the purpose of the new reform school in Whittier.
    • Exit industrial school

    • Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); San Francisco (Calif.); Reformatories; Politicians; Politics; Expenditures, Public; Children; Juvenile delinquents; Taxation; Judges; Attorney; Lawyers
    • An article from the 1891 November 9 edition of the San Francisco Examiner reports on the transfer of children from the industrial school in San Francisco to the reform school in Whittier and the appropriation of money for the transfer.
    • Take your choice

    • Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Whittier (Calif.); Schools; Reformatories; Jury; Investigations; Contracts; Building; Expenditures, Public; Furniture; Industrial arts; Politics
    • An article from the 1892 January 9 edition of the Los Angeles Herald reports on the findings from the investigation of the reform school in Whittier. It also reports on the recommendations to the school.
    • For boys only

    • Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Whittier (Calif.); Schools; Reformatories; Children; School board members
    • An article from the 1892 January 9 edition of the San Francisco Chronicle reports that the president of the board of trustees of the reform school in Whittier announces that the school can no longer house any more girls due to lack of space.
    • This year it's Shakespeare

    • Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; Shakespeare, text and performance; Shakespeare plays; Shakespearean actors and actresses; Shakespeare criticism
    • Essay discusses some possible reasons behind the enduring interest in Shakespeare's works.
    • Naughty Mattie

    • Children; Judges; Judgments; Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Reformatories; Child welfare
    • An article from the 1891 July 9 edition of the Los Angeles Herald reports that an incorrigible girl was committed to the reform school in Whittier and the concern over her relationship with a curiosity shop owner.
    • The Whittier school scandals

    • Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Whittier (Calif.); Reformatories; Jury; Investigations
    • A clipping from the 1892 January 9 edition of the San Francisco Examiner reports on the findings from the investigation of the reform school in Whittier.
    • Major-General George Phelps

    • Sheriffs; Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Reformatories; Children; Travel
    • A piece from the 1892 March 9 edition of the San Jose Mercury News reports that Major-General George Phelps has returned from the reform school in Whittier after committing a sixteen-year-old boy from Santa Clara to the reformatory.

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