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.
Local elections; Political candidates; Political campaigns; Southern Pacific Railroad Company
Article from the 1910 August 15 edition of the Los Angeles Herald discusses how local politics have been controlled by lobbyists from the Southern Pacific Railroad Company and cites the 1906 mayoral campaign as an example of their political tactics.
Mayors election; Political campaigns; Political candidates; Southern Pacific Railroad Company
Article from the 1909 December 6 edition of the Los Angeles Express covers a variety of political issues and includes Lee C. Gates' account of a conversation with George A. Smith regarding the mayoral race of 1906.