Meyer Lissner papers, 1903-1923 (bulk 1910-1920).

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Lissner, Meyer, b. 1871. Meyer Lissner papers, 1903-1923 (bulk 1910-1920).

Meyer Lissner papers, 1903-1923 (bulk 1910-1920).

Correspondence, legal and financial papers, photographs, clippings and miscellaneous printed material including circulars, new releases, speeches, and political hand bills. The papers are predominantly political with particular emphasis on the non-partisan reform movement in Los Angeles beginning about 1906, the organization of the Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican League (1907), and the Progressive movement especially in California through Hiram Johnson's presidential campaign (1920).

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