Papers of Joseph Philip Loeb, 1899-1971.


Papers of Joseph Philip Loeb, 1899-1971.

The collection consists of the papers of Joseph Philip Loeb (1883-1974). It contains correspondence, manuscripts of essays, speeches, light verse and financial ledger books. The correspondence is largely personal in content, with some material concerning Loeb's law practice. Other documents contain material related to educational topics and the California State Board of Education.

222 pieces.5 boxes.1 oversize folder.


SNAC Resource ID: 6683062

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