Photograph of San Diego Czech immigrants campaigning for William Kettner
Depicts a group of San Diego Czech immigrants and their children surrounding an early automobile as they campaign for Congressman William Kettner. Several people wave American flags, there are banners that read “Czecho-Slovak” and “Jugoslavia” as well as a large banner that reads “Morris Binnard for District Attorney, Kettner for Congress.” Kettner, a Democrat, represented California’s eleventh district in the House of Representatives from 1913 to 1921.
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Photograph of San Diego Czech immigrants campaigning for William Kettner

Depicts a group of San Diego Czech immigrants and their children surrounding an early automobile as they campaign for Congressman William Kettner. Several people wave American flags, there are banners that read “Czecho-Slovak” and “Jugoslavia” as well as a large banner that reads “Morris Binnard for District Attorney, Kettner for Congress.” Kettner, a Democrat, represented California’s eleventh district in the House of Representatives from 1913 to 1921.

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[Letter from Hosmer P. McKoon to Curtis Rowley, 1891 Jan. 28]
Typed letter describing the attributes of San Diego as an investment opportunity, and offering McKoon’s services as private counsel, etc. to interested parties. Letter has a handwritten personal postscript addressed to Rowley describing the letter as a “circular letter I am sending out to eastern clients”
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[Letter from Hosmer P. McKoon to Curtis Rowley, 1891 Jan. 28]

Typed letter describing the attributes of San Diego as an investment opportunity, and offering McKoon’s services as private counsel, etc. to interested parties. Letter has a handwritten personal postscript addressed to Rowley describing the letter as a “circular letter I am sending out to eastern clients”

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