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Chronological record of Los Angeles city officials, 1850-1938.

Los Angeles Public Library. Municipal Reference Library.

Chronological record of Los Angeles city officials, 1850-1938.

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Published in Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Los Angeles (Calif.)
    • Subjects:
    • Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Officials and employees -- History.,
    • Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Registers.

    • Edition Notes

      On spine: Los Angeles city officials.

      Other titlesLos Angeles city officials.
      StatementCompiled from the minutes of the City Council.
      ContributionsLos Angeles (Calif.). City Council.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJS1001 .A4 1966
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4729614M
      LC Control Number78017665


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Chronological record of Los Angeles city officials, 1850-1938. by Los Angeles Public Library. Municipal Reference Library. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Los Angeles Common Council was the predecessor of the Los Angeles, California, City was formed in under state law, when the city had only 1, residents, and it existed untilwhen the city had ab residents and a city charter was put into effect.

From throughcouncil members were elected at large under a first-past-the-post voting system, in Chronological record of Los Angeles city officials, Alphabetical index indicating name, office and term of service from July 1, to March 1, by Los Angeles Public Library (Book)   the city since This information will be updated periodically by the Records Management Division of the City Clerk.

The main body of this database consists of a chronological record, term by term, of all city officials (elected and appointed), numbering more t individuals, who have served the city since its incorporation in   Benjamin Davis Wilson (11 de desembre de – 11 de març de ) va ser un polític de Califòrnia.

Era conegut pels amerindis californians com Don Benito a causa de la seva manera benevolent amb què tractava els assumptes dels amerindis. Wilson, va ser un tramper de pells i comerciant abans d'arribar a Califòrnia el Havia tingut Mission: To promote appreciation for the history of california, with emphasis on los angeles, to disseminate information about it and to help preserve its records.

Programs: Guest speakers talk on different aspects of los angeles history book project, "the completion & consolidation of the chronological record of the los angeles city officials,into the 21st century"   الكسندر بيل (بالإنجليزية: Alexander Bell)‏ هو سياسي أمريكي، ولد في 9 يناير ، وتوفي في [1][2][3] ^Juan José Warner, An Historical Sketch of Los Angeles County, p.

^ John Steven McGroarty, Los Angeles: From the Mountains to the Sea (), p. ^ 1850-1938. book Record of Los Angeles City Officials, compiled Chronological record of Los Angeles city officials direction of Municipal Reference Library, City Hall, Los Angeles (Marchreprinted )."Prepared as a report on Project No.

SA (Los_Angeles_19th_century). No biography of Mr. Lecouvreur could be located but several references are made to him in Harris Newmark's book, "Sixty Years in Southern California." Newmark recalled: "When the excitement about the gold finds along the Kern River was at its height, Frank Lecouvreur arrived here (Los Angeles) March 6th, on the steamship America, lured by   The years preceding his death were spent at the home of his son Burdick in Los Angeles, where he died Ma Sources: Newspaper Clippings.

R92, E14, VF Municipal Reference Library Chronological Record of Los Angeles City Officials:Municipal Reference Library. View All City Engineers   جي. فيرنون بينيت (بالإنجليزية: G. Vernon Bennett)‏ هو سياسي أمريكي، ولد في 17 فبراير ، وتوفي في 31 يوليو [1][2][3] حزبياً، نشط في الحزب ://   A thirty-day series of rains damaged the city water system so badly water distribution was turned over to a private firm.

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Pierce)‏ هو شخصية أعمال أمريكي، ولد في 28 ديسمبر ، وتوفي في [1][2][3]   Matthew Teed (–) was a member of the Los Angeles Common Council, the governing body of that city, in various time periods between and Teed was born in Budleigh, Devonshire, England, on Apand came to San Francisco when he was about seventeen.

He learned the carpentry trade there, then set up shop in Stockton. There he was burned out, in   The Los Angeles City Attorney is an elected official who serves as the city of Los Angeles' government’s lawyer and as a criminal prosecutor for misdemeanor violations.

The Los Angeles County District Attorney prosecutes city attorney is elected for four years, and the city charter requires the city attorney to be a lawyer qualified to practice in the California courts for five   Antonio Francisco Coronel (21 de octubre de de abril de ) fue un descendiente de españoles nacido en California, en concreto en la Alta California Mejicana, que ocupó cargos públicos diversos desde la toma de California por parte de los Estados Unidos en Fue el cuarto Alcalde de Los Angeles desde el año de hasta   William Ellsworth Dunn, or W.E.

Dunn, (–) was the city attorney of Los Angeles, California, and represented various concerns of California capitalist Henry E. Huntington. He was a founder of the Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher law ://   Peter Baltz (–) was a French-born baker from Bas-Rhin, France, who emigrated to the United States in He was on the Los Angeles Common Council.

and later became a successful businessperson and property owner again in San Jose, ://   Benjamin Davis Wilson (1 de diciembre de - 11 de marzo de ) fue un político, trampero y comerciante de pieles estadounidense, conocido por los nativos americanos como "Don Benito" debido a la manera benévola en la que llevaba sus asuntos.

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Jessup served three years and seven months as City Engineer. He died on Octo at the age of Sources: Newspaper and magazine files. Chronological Record of City officials, View All City Engineers Manuel Requena (–) was president of the Los Angeles Common Council in the early s. He served the city in both the Mexican and American periods.

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Los Angeles City Mayors Past to Present. Earliest known photo of a Los Angeles mayor. Don Benjamin "Benito" Wilson, 2nd elected Mayor of American Los Angeles, - Spanish Colonial Los Angeles; - Mexican Los Angeles; - Los Angeles governed by two Jueces de Paz (Justices of Peace)   Ezra M.

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