THE THOMAS AND DOROTHY LEAVEY CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF LOS ANGELES RESEARCH COLLECTION
FRITZ BURNS PAPERS (CSLA-4)
The box and folder lists for Series Three, Subseries B through Series Five are found on this page (see the Series Descriptions for links to the box and folder lists of the other series and subseries).Series Three: Photographs. Subseries B, C | Series Four: Newspaper Clippings | Series Five: Scrapbooks
Series Three: Photographs. Subseries B: Negatives and film positives
Coastal oil fields (16)
Portrait of group, college (?) football team "AAC 1916" [see the corresponding photograph filed under "Portraits--group, college (?) football team "AAC 1916"
Aerial Aerial--Commercial Building--Unidentified
Woman modeling in interior of a home (film positive)
Series Three: Photographs. Subseries C: Albums
1899- ca.1928. 21 x 15 cm. bound. Photographs of Fritz Burns as a baby and child, in his military uniform (1918). Photograph of the dormitory at the University of Pennsylvania. Also includes Fritz Burn's Seaman's Identification Card.
1922. 26 x 18 cm. unbound. Photographs showing real estate scenes, including Boulevard Manor, Hollydale Gardens, Glendale Manor, Lincoln Park Manor (Pomona), and the Dickinson and Gillespie office.
n.d. 14 x 12 cm. bound. Four photographs showing "Griffith Ranch." One of the photographs has the name of the ranch and the name "Fritz B. Burns"
1924. Unbound. Photograph album of Dickinson and Gillespie's Palisades del Rey real estate operations; also photographs of Ocean Park.
1979-1980. Album with photographs and newspaper clippings re contemporary Los Angeles and national developments. Folder with loose photographs and clippings, originally in album. Compiled by William Hannon?
Westchester-Playa del Rey district plan. Separated from album in Box 8ov, Series 3
1920s. Album with photographs re Dickenson and Gillespie company activities, Del Rey real estate development, Del Rey oilfields, Fritz Burns's professional football team (Los Angeles Bucaneers), Santa Monica, California, and groundbreaking ceremonies for Westchester campus of Loyola Marymount University. Two folders with loose photographs from album.
Series Four: Newspaper Clippingsback to top
(1922, n.d.) Boulevard Manor.
(1922, n.d.) Ellsworth Heights
(1922, n.d.) Glendale Manor
(1922, 1923) Dickinson and Gillespie
(ca. 1923) Monteclair
(1927) Los Angeles University
(1927) Loyola University
(1940-1941) Toluca Wood
(1942, 1951) Westchester
(1949, n.d.) Minnesota stories
(1943-1979, n.d.) Fritz B. Burns. Articles about Burns, his ranch, and his death.
(1945-1963, n.d.) Airport
(1948) Panorama City
(1950-1952, n.d.) Public Housing, Federal Housing Authority
(1951) "Home of Tomorrow"
(1963) Loyola University and Fritz Burns
(1963-1965) Bunker Hill
(1958-1978, n.d.) Miscellaneous
(1926-1928) Bound copies of Palisades del Rey Press.
Series Five: Scrapbooks back to top
ca. 1920s. Palisades del Rey scrapbook. Primarily printed pictures of Palisades del Rey. Some clippings and photographs.
1951 August - December. Unbound pages. Primarily Newspaper clippings, many pertaining to debate over public housing.
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