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    • Should Lindley or Gates Withdraw

    • Mayors election; Political candidates; Political elections; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- )
    • Article from the 1906 November 11 edition of the Los Angeles Graphic discusses the mayoral election and whether Lee C. Gates or Walter Lindley should withdraw from the race.
    • Nurse vows it's a plot

    • Nurses; Boardinghouses; Patients; Assault and battery; Police; Haynes, John Randolph, b. 1853
    • Article from the 1907 March 21 edition of the Los Angeles Times reports that a home health nurse has been accused of beating the owner of a boarding house over the care of a millionaire lodger.
    • What became of him?

    • Automobiles; Traffic accidents; Wounds and injuries; Ambulances
    • Article from the 1910 February 27 edition of the Los Angeles Times reports that a man injured in a car accident was taken to the hospital by a passerby before the ambulance arrived.
    • S.P. Ticket is ready for the Republicans

    • Political conventions; Political candidates; Mayors election; Local elections; Nominations for office; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- ); Southern Pacific Railroad Company
    • Article from the 1906 October 31 edition of the Los Angeles Examiner covers the events and results of the Republican municipal convention.
    • Mushet's bee now buzzing

    • Mayors election; Political campaigns; Political candidates; Political elections
    • Article from the 1909 June 29 edition of the Los Angeles Times reports on the probably candidacy of W. C. Mushet for Mayor of Los Angeles.
    • Sent to the Whittier school

    • Juvenile delinquents; Schools; Reformatories; Whittier (Calif.)
    • Article clipped from the 1891 August 21 edition of the San Francisco Report stating that the first person sent to the Whittier Reform school was a ten-year-old boy who was arrested for vagrancy.
    • Sent to Whittier

    • Courts; Judges; Politicians; Children; Juvenile delinquents; San Francisco (Calif.); Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Reformatories; Crime
    • An article from the 1891 November 9 edition of the San Francisco Report shares the commitment time for some of the boys being sent to the reform school in Whittier from the industrial school in San Francisco.
    • Candidates favor developing power

    • Mayors election; Political candidates; Political campaigns; Owens River (Calif.) Water rights; Electricity; Local elections; City council members
    • Article clipped from an unknown source records the answers given by candidates for city council to the question of whether or not the Owens River should be used to generate electricity for Los Angeles.
    • Sent to Whittier

    • Courts; Judges; Politicians; Children; Juvenile delinquents; San Francisco (Calif.); Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Reformatories; Crime
    • An article from the 1891 November 10 edition of the San Francisco Report shares the commitment time for some of the boys being sent to the reform school in Whittier from the industrial school in San Francisco.
    • Sent to the reform school

    • Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Reformatories; Burglary; Children; Juvenile delinquents; Judgments
    • An article from the 1892 March 10 edition of the Stockton Independent reports that Joseph Betancue was sentenced to the reform school in Whittier.

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