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A typewritten memo extolling the work of Brownson Settlement House by summarizing the collective, positive feelings of past residents shared through letters and stories. Also iterates Brownson House's widespread reputation as a friendly support for newly arrived Mexican immigrants.
Settlement houses--California--Los Angeles Immigrants--Cultural assimilation--California--Los Angeles Immigrant families--Cultural assimilation--California--Los Angeles Social settlements--California--Los Angeles Catholic action--California--Los Angeles Public service organizations--California--Los Angeles
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