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A typewritten copy of a meeting agenda, possibly composed by Margaret Workman, including a speech on the history of social settlements, especially Brownson Settlement House, in Los Angeles between 1900-1924. The agenda first introduces three speakers, Dr. Edward P. Ryland, Mr. Thomas C. Marshall, and Mrs. Elizabeth McManus. It then list topics of discussion for each of the three speakers, and then describes the history of and work done by the Brownson House.
Catholic action--California--Los Angeles Social justice--Religious aspects--Catholic Church Social settlements--California--Los Angeles Settlement houses--Social aspects--California--Los Angeles Public service organizations--California--Los Angeles
Department of Archives & Special Collections, William H. Hannon Library, Loyola Marymount University