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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Arrangement Note

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series I: Personal

Series II: Financial

Series III: Music

Series IV: Houston Rodeo

Series V: Health Organizations

Series VI: Religious Organizations

Series VII: Business

Series VIII: Education

Series IX: Correspondence

Series X: Horse Shows

Series XI: Scrapbooks

Houston Public Library, Houston Metropolitan Research Center

Leopold Meyer Papers MSS.0067



Descriptive Summary

Creator Meyer, Leopold L., 1892-1982
Title: Leopold Meyer Papers
Dates: 1908-1978
Identification: MSS.0067
Quantity: 66.0 Linear feet, 18 boxes and 50 scrapbooks
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library

Biographical Note

Leopold L. Meyer was a pace-setter in charitable affairs in Houston for more than half a century, raising funds and providing leadership for innumerable humanitarian causes. He founded, organized, and devoted his dynamic leadership, time, and money to numerous activities designed for the betterment of the cultural, social, and economic welfare of the community. His ability to inspire others resulted in attracting thousands of volunteers to participate in working for the good of the community.

Born in Galveston, Texas, June 21, 1892, he was the sixth son in a family of nine children (8 brothers and 1 sister). His father, Achile, came to the United States from Alsace-Loraine about 1870, married Malline Kahn around 1870 in New Orleans, and moved to Galveston.

Leopold Meyer graduated from Galveston's Ball High School in 1909 and enrolled at Tulane University from which he received a B.A. degree in 1912. He worked for a time at E.S. Levy & Co., in Galveston and then moved to Houston in 1918 to join Foley's Dry Goods Co. as an office and credit manager. He worked his way up to executive vice president. After severing his long association with Foley's in 1945, Meyer and four of his brothers established a multiple store operation in 1946, known as Meyer Brothers Inc., where he served as chairman of the board.

He married Adelene Goldman in 1931, with two children, Alan and Fan Harriet, by a previous marriage. The tragic death of Fan Harriet at the age of sixteen was perhaps one of the incentives in Meyer's lasting interest in children's welfare.

Leopold Meyer is especially well known in the field of retail credit. Starting with the Houston Chapter of the Retail Credit Men's National Association, as early as 1921, he became president of the National Retail Credit Association (now International Consumer Credit Conference) in 1928-1929, and in 1953 was nominated to the Hall of Fame in Distribution. For ten years (1936-1946) he was a member of the advisory committee of the Bureau of Business Research of the University of Texas and Director of the Texas Statistical Council. Meyer initiated the nation-wide survey of retail credit and its operation, through the U.S. Department of Commerce in 1930 that is still in use today.

Meyer was President of the Houston Amateur Baseball Federation in 1927, 1928, and 1929, when he drafted a new constitution and by-laws for the Federation. In 1929, he was also chairman of the Athletic Committee of the City of Houston's Recreation Department.

He was a member of the Board of Trustees of the Bureau of Mental Hygiene, later the Guidance Center for about 25 years. During World War II he served as a member of Houston and Harris County War Finance Committee, the War Price and Rationing Commission, and was chairman of the Retailers Division for the Sale of Defense, Bonds, and Stamps.

He was one of the original seven founding members of the Houston Community Chest (later United Fund) in 1922, and in 1948 served as Chairman of the Chest Campaign.

President of Congregation Beth Israel for three terms and member of the Congregation's Committee, which he chaired in 1951, the Houston Campaign for the United Jewish Appeal. Meyer was one of the organizers in 1953 of the Annual Peace Officers Awards Banquet. He founded and served as President of the Hundred Club and the Houston Crime Commission. In 1954, Meyer formed and organized a governing board of the Houston Council for the Retarded Children (later Harris County Center for the Retarded), and served as chairman of the board.

Meyer was one of the founders and charter members of the Houston Music Association, and its president for over 20 years. He also served as treasurer of the Houston Symphony for several years. He is one of the original organizers of the Friends of the Library of the University of Houston, and for many years donated books to the Little Folks Library of Faith Home as memorials to, and in honor of, his friends.

Perhaps one of Meyer's greatest achievements was being one of those largely responsible for building and maintenance of the Texas Children's Hospital. The idea conceived in 1947 by only a handful of people became a reality in 1954. Meyer was President of the Texas Children's Hospital from its inception. He was ex officio member of the Board of Trustees of the Texas Heart Institute, and member of the Board of Trustees of the Baylor College of Medicine.

Millions of dollars for the Texas Children's charity fund were raised by the Houston Horse Show Association of which Meyer was the President for some 25 years, as well as the Annual Pin Oak Charity Horse Show and the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.

Other past affiliations included: University of Houston, Rice University Associates, Tulane University, Holly Hall, Houston Symphony Society, Heart Association, City of Hope, Lighthouse for Blind, Hebrew Union College, and others.

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Arrangement Note

This collection is arranged into 11 series by subject matter. The original order of the collection was maintained.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

None.

Use Restrictions

Permission to publish or reproduce materials from the Leopold Meyer Papers must be obtained from the Houston Metropolitan Research Center or the appropriate copyright holder.

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Index Terms

Congregation Beth Israel (Houston, Tex.)
Houston Horse Show Association
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo (Organization)
Meyer Bros., Inc.
Meyer, Leopold L., 1892-1982
Texas Children's Hospital
Businessmen--Texas--Houston
Civic leaders--Houston (Tex.)
Civil service--Texas--Houston
Community leadership
Community organization--Texas--Houston
Hospitals--Texas--Houston
Jews--Texas--Houston

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Leopold Meyer Papers. Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library.

Acquisition Information

Donated by: Leopold Meyer, 1978.

Processing Information

Processed by: Imrich Immer, 1981.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series I: Personal

Box Folder
1 1 The Meyer family and the Meyer Brothers, Inc., 1917-1974
2 Early schooling: Ball High School, Galveston, Texas; Tulane University, New Orleans; first employment experiences, 1909-1918
Box Folder
12 185 L.L. Meyer's Compositions, 1908-1975 (incomplete)
186 L.L. Meyer's The Days of My Life (manuscript)
187 L.L. Meyer's First Scrapbook, 1916-1917(?)
Box Folder
13 196 Lucille D. Meyer estate

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Series II: Financial

Box Folder
1 3 Retail Merchants Association of Houston, 1941-1942
4 Retail Merchants Association of Houston, 1943-1945
5 Credit Bureau of Houston, 1942-1946
6 War Savings Committee for Houston and Harris County, 1942
7 Harris County Committee for Sale of War Bonds and Stamps (advertising), 1942-1943
8 World War II: Gas rationing, Wartime Youth Council, 1943
9 Bureau of Business Research of the University of Texas, Austin, 1930-1944
10 Family Expenditures and per Capita Income in Nine Texas Counties; an economico-statistical study by L.L. Meyer, 1942
11 Marshall Field Retail Credit Proposal, n.d.
12 National Retail Credit Association Consent Decree, 1933-1941
13 National Retail Credit Association, March-August 1941
Box Folder
2 14 National Retail Credit Association, September-December 1941
15 National Retail Credit Association, 1942
16 National Retail Credit Association, January-April 1943
17 National Retail Credit Association, 1943-1944
18 Leopold L. Meyer's speeches and writings on retail credit, 1923-1974
19 Audit report: Merchants and Employees Association Finance Co., October 26, 1931-October 31, 1932; 1932-April 1936
20 Audit report: Merchants and Employees Industrial Bank, April 30, 1939-April 30, 1940, and 1941
21 Audit report: Merchants and Employees Industrial Bank, January 1, 1942-December 31, 1943, 1944 and 1945
22 United States Office of Price Administration: Regulation "W", 1943
23 Distribution Hall of Fame, 1953
24 Houston Amateur Baseball Federation, 1944-1973
25 Meyer's correspondence with S.L. Woorhies, 1941-1949
26 Reverend Victor Dosogne's address "I Escaped from a Nazi Hell," Houston, May 19, 1942
Box Folder
3 27 Houston Community Chest, January-June 1948
28 Houston Community Chest, July-October 1948
29 Houston Community Chest, November-December 1948
30 Houston Community Chest, 1949-1951
31 United Fund, 1951-1975
32 Houston Child Guidance Center, 1929-1951
33 Houston Child Guidance Center, 1957-1961
Box Folder
8 113 Houston Horse Show Association: Annual Financial Statements 1948, 1952, 1958-1959 and 1961-1963
114 Houston Horse Show Association: Annual Financial Statements, 1963, 1964, and 1964-1968
Box Folder
12 184 Fund drives for miscellaneous causes, 1958-1978
Box Folder
13 197 Marcus M. Meyer estate; Leon Meyer estate
198 Morris D. Meyer estate: index to files; abstract of title to parts of lots 8, 9, and 10;Travis Street property; miscellaneous papers
199 Maxine T. Meyer estate
200 Harriet Levy estate (1)
201 Harriet Levy estate (2)
202 Harriet Levy estate (3)
203 Leopold L. Meyer finances
204 Little properties; joint properties
Box Folder
14 205 Meyer & Smith, Inc.; Insurance Companies; U.S. Trade Commission; Houston Farm and Ranch Club
206 House Owners Life Insurance Co.
209 Lone Star Beer Co.: stocks and bonds
Box Folder
15 227 Johnson, Edna: charity

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Series III: Music

Box Folder
3 34 Houston Symphony Society, 1939-1941
35 Houston Symphony Society, January-July 1942
36 Houston Symphony Society, August-December 1942
37 Houston Symphony Society, January-April 1943
38 Houston Symphony Society, May-December 1943
39 Houston Symphony Society, 1944-1969
40 Houston Civic Music Association, 1947-1974
Box Folder
12 182 Houston Symphony Society Scrapbook, 1943-1944
183 Houston Youth Symphony and Ballet, 1972-1975

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Series IV: Houston Rodeo

Box Folder
4 41 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, 1944-1947
42 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, 1948
43 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, 1949
44 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, 1950
45 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, 1951-1954
46 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, 1955-1957
47 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, 1958-1959
48 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, 1960
49 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, 1961-1962
50 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, 1963-1964
51 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, 1965-1975
52 Houston Exposition and Stock Show Grounds, 1949-1960
53 Houston Exposition and Stock Show Grounds, 1960-1964

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Series V: Health Organizations

Box Folder
5 54 Texas Children's Foundation, 1947-April 1948
55 Texas Children's Foundation, May-December 1948
56 Texas Children's Foundation, 1949-1951
57 Texas Children's Hospital, January-October 1950
58 Texas Children's Hospital, October-December 1950
59 Texas Children's Hospital, January-June 1951
60 Texas Children's Hospital, July-December 1951
61 Texas Children's Hospital, January-June 1952
62 Texas Children's Hospital, July-December 1952
63 Texas Children's Hospital, 1953
64 Texas Children's Hospital, January-May 1954
65 Texas Children's Hospital, June-December 1954
66 Texas Children's Hospital, 1955
67 Texas Children's Hospital, 1956
68 Texas Children's Hospital, 1957
69 Texas Children's Hospital, 1958
70 Texas Children's Hospital, January-May 1959
71 Texas Children's Hospital, June-December 1959
Box Folder
6 72 Texas Children's Hospital, January-June 1960
73 Texas Children's Hospital, July-December 1960
74 Texas Children's Hospital, January-June 1961
75 Texas Children's Hospital, July-December 1961
76 Texas Children's Hospital, January-June 1962
77 Texas Children's Hospital, July-August 1962
78 Texas Children's Hospital, September-December 1962
79 Texas Children's Hospital, 1963
80 Texas Children's Hospital, January-July 1964
81 Texas Children's Hospital, August-December 1964
82 Texas Children's Hospital, January-June 1965
83 Texas Children's Hospital, July-December 1965
84 Texas Children's Hospital, January-July 1966
85 Texas Children's Hospital, August-December 1966
Box Folder
7 86 Texas Children's Hospital, January-June 1967
87 Texas Children's Hospital, July-September 1967
88 Texas Children's Hospital, October-December 1967
89 Texas Children's Hospital, 1968
90 Texas Children's Hospital, 1969
91 Texas Children's Hospital, 1970
92 Texas Children's Hospital, 1971
93 Texas Children's Hospital, January-May 1972
94 Texas Children's Hospital, June-December 1972
95 Texas Children's Hospital, 1973
96 Houston Heart Association, 1949-1951; Hedgecroft Hospital, 1950-1951
97 Texas Heart Institute, 1962-1972
98 City of Hope, 1948-1967
99 Progress Report: Center for Developmental Pediatrics, Texas Children's Hospital, Baylor College of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Material and Child Health Service, July 1972-June 30, 1973
100 Medina M. Desmond, et al., "The Assessment of Learning Competence during the Pediatric Examination"
101 Texas Children's Hospital - Mental Retardation Center, 1967-1968
102 Harris County Center for the Mentally Retarded, 1957-1975
Box Folder
8 103 Baylor College of Medicine, 1957-May 1969
104 Baylor College of Medicine, June-December 1969
105 Baylor College of Medicine, 1970
106 Baylor College of Medicine, 1971-1974
107 St. Luke's Methodist's and Texas Children's Hospitals Parking Garage, 1957-1959
108 Texas Children's Hospital and St. Luke's Hospitals joint operating statement, February-September 1954; August 24, 1955; October 19, 1955; November 8, 1955
109 Auditor's Report: St. Luke's Hospital, 1954, and 1964
110 Auditor's Report: Texas Children's Hospital, 1955, and 1957-1959
111 Auditor's Report: Texas Children's Hospital, 1960-1962
112 Auditor's Report: Texas Children's Hospital, 1963-1964, 1966-1967, and 1971
115 MEDICO, 1959-1962
116 WAIFS, Houston Chapter, 1956-1970
Box Folder
9 145 Planned Parenthood Federation of Houston, 1947-1958; National Muscular Dystrophy Foundation of Houston, Inc., 1957-1971
Box Folder
14 218 March of Dimes; National Association of Infantile Paralysis; Miscellaneous Real Estate; Harrisburg Joint Properties; Nurses
Box Folder
15 228 Dolls: Mrs. Meyer's gift to the Texas Children's Hospital

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Series VI: Religious Organizations

Box Folder
8 120 YMCA, 1952
Box Folder
9 122 Congregation Beth Israel, 1934-1945
123 Congregation Beth Israel, 1952-1975
124 United Jewish Campaign, 1946-1964; Jewish League against Communism, 1953-1956; Joint Defense Appeal, 1955-1958
125 National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1950-1971
126 Palestine Orchestra, 1938-1942
127 Bonds for Israel, 1944-1948; Americal Council for Judaism; Jewish Home for the Aged, 1956
Box Folder
17 249 Congregation Beth Israel: Rabbi Dr. Henry Barnston's retirement
250 Congregation Beth Israel: Rabbi Hyman Judah Schachtel
251 Congregation Beth Israel: Rabbi Robert I. Kahn
252 Congregation Beth Israel: Annual reports, by-laws, pamphlets, etc., 1932-1945
253 Congregation Beth Israel and the American Congress for Judaism, 1943-1945
254 Congregation Beth Israel: policy formulation, 1942-1943
255 Congregation Beth Israel: controversies over the Basic Principles
256 Congregation Beth Israel: Bazaar, 1944
257 Congregation Beth Israel: Temple News, panphlets, clippings, etc.
258 Congregation Beth Israel: correspondence, 1936-1945
259 Congregation Beth Israel: controversy over the Basic Principles
260 Congregation Beth Israel: miscellaneous correspondence and documents, including: Wunderman, executive secretary; Union of the American Hebrew Congregations; Committees
261 Congregation Beth Israel: miscellaneous correspondence and documents, including: Resolutions; building fund; resignations 1944
262 Congregation Beth Israel: Jewish Affairs; Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society 1943-1947; Hebrew Union College
263 Congregation Beth Israel: minutes and resolutions
264 Congregation Beth Israel: membership dues and other financial matters
265 Congregation Beth Israel: financial statements, 1942-1945

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Series VII: Business

Box Folder
8 117 Leopold L. Meyer Testimonial Dinner, 1968
118 Committee for Civic Arena, 1972
119 Liquor, 1951-1971
121 Cruiser, "Houston," 1942
Box Folder
10 138 Morris D. Meyer's Estate, 1940-1953
Box Folder
9 139 United Service to China, 1946-1947; American Korean Foundation, 1954; Radio Free Europe, 1951-1953
Box Folder
10 140 Boys Harbor, 1948-1961
141 Visit of King and Queen of Greece to Houston, 1953
142 Correspondence and documents regarding Lyndon B. Johnson, 1953-1970
143 Titled Texans: tribute to L.L. Meyer, 1954
Box Folder
9 144 Houston Speech and Hearing Center, 1949-1971; Houston School for Deaf Children, 1968-1971
Box Folder
10 146 Juvenile Delinquency, 1943-1955
147 Houston Police Officers Association, 1954-1960
148 Houston Crime Commission, 1958-1965
149 Houston Crime Commission, 1966-1970
150 The Hundred Club, 1958-1964
151 The Hundred Club, 1965-1972
152 Ed White Memorial Youth Center, 1970
161 Dr. Charles I. Frances - Meyer controversy over Dr. Osler's "Chloroform Theory," 1968-1969
162 Alice Hatcher, Meyer's executive secretary
Box Folder
13 194 Miscellaneous press clippings
195 Lasker M. Meyer estate; Malline Lucille Meyer estate
Box Folder
14 207 Merchants and Employees Industrial Bank
208 Merchants and Employees State Bank
210 Main & Gray: Meyer vs. the Pelichinos
211 Main & Gray: leasing, taxes
212 2016 Main, 1942-1953
213 2016 Main, 1954-1957
214 2016 Main, 1958-1962
215 National Jewish Hospital, Denver: Man of the Year, 1969
216 Texas Manufacturers Association; Texas Retail Dry Goods Association; Texas Water Conservation Association; Texas Friends of Conservation, Inc.; Television; Omicron Delta Kappa, Tulane University; National Retail Dry Goods Association; Retail Merchants Association, Houston
217 Houston and Harris County Association for the Blind; Houston Light House
Box Folder
15 219 Meyer Bros., Inc.: prospective stores
220 Meyer Bros., Inc.: personnel
221 Meyer Bros., Inc.: shoe department
222 Meyer Bros., Inc.: Texas City appeal, telephone and telegraph
223 Meyer Bros., Inc. and the Office of Price Administration
224 Meyer Bros., Inc.: Texas City Real Estate
225 Meyer Bros., Inc.: finances and statistics
226 Meyer Bros., Inc.: Storecrafters (designers)
232 Houston Crime Commission, 1958-1964
233 Houston Crime Commission, 1965
234 Houston Crime Commission, William C. Clark Banquet, June 24, 1965
Box Folder
16 235 Meyer Bros., Inc.: Bellaire Store
236 Meyer Bros., Inc.: Baytown Store
237 Meyer Bros., Inc.: Fulton Village Store
238 Meyer Bros., Inc.: Heights Store
239 Meyer Bros., Inc.: Highland Village Store
240 Meyer Bros., Inc.: Humble Road (Laura Koppe) Store
241 Meyer Bros., Inc.: Jensen Blvd. Store
242 Meyer Bros., Inc.: Meyerland Plaza Store
243 Meyer Bros., Inc.: Pasadena Store
244 Meyer Bros., Inc.: River Oaks Store
245 Meyer Bros., Inc.: Texas City Store (1)
246 Meyer Bros., Inc.: Texas City Store (2)
247 Meyer Bros., Inc.: Travis Street Store
248 Meyer Bros., Inc.: University Blvd. (Village) Store

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Series VIII: Education

Box Folder
9 128 Holly Hall, 1949-1953
129 Holly Hall, 1954-1962
130 University of Houston, 1937-1951
131 University of Houston, 1956-1957
132 University of Houston, 1958-1971
133 Tulane University, 1953-1960
134 Tulane University, 1961-1969
135 Rice University, 1949-1975
136 Books: collection and donations, 1916-1978
Box Folder
10 137 Los Alamos Ranch School, 1937-1941

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Series IX: Correspondence

Box Folder
10 153 Leopold L. Meyer's Correspondence with Eve Amigone, 1950-1963
154 Leopold L. Meyer's Correspondence with Burkett-McQueen, 1966-1973
155 Leopold L. Meyer's Correspondence with Dr. Denton Cooley (incomplete)
156 Leopold L. Meyer's Correspondence with John Connally, 1962-1968
157 Leopold L. Meyer's Correspondence with Jesse Jones, 1948-1956
158 Leopold L. Meyer's Correspondence with Governor Allan Shivers, 1952-1957
159 Leopold L. Meyer's Correspondence with Albert Thomas, 1939-1963
160 The Abercrombie family - miscellaneous papers
Box Folder
12 188 Miscellaneous correspondence and documents, 1917-1950
189 Miscellaneous correspondence and documents, 1951-1961
190 Miscellaneous correspondence and documents, 1962-1968
Box Folder
13 191 Miscellaneous correspondence and documents, 1969-1976
192 Personal correspondence and papers, 1929-1968
193 Personal correspondence and papers, 1969-1975
Box Folder
15 229 General correspondence, E-F, and K-L
230 General correspondence, Mc-Q
231 General correspondence, R-T

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Series X: Horse Shows

Subseries I: Houston Horse Show Association
Box Folder
11 163 Houston Horse Show Association, 1944-1946
164 Houston Horse Show Association, January-June 1947
165 Houston Horse Show Association, July-December 1947
166 Houston Horse Show Association, January-March 1948
167 Houston Horse Show Association, April-June 1948
168 Houston Horse Show Association, July-December 1948
169 Houston Horse Show Association, January-June 1949
170 Houston Horse Show Association, July-December 1949
171 Houston Horse Show Association, 1950
172 Houston Horse Show Association, 1951
173 Houston Horse Show Association, 1952
Box Folder
12 174 Houston Horse Show Association, 1953-1955
175 Houston Horse Show Association, 1956
176 Houston Horse Show Association, 1957-1958
177 Houston Horse Show Association, 1959-1960
178 Houston Horse Show Association, 1961-1962
179 Houston Horse Show Association, 1963-1964
180 Houston Horse Show Association, 1965-1967
181 Houston Horse Show Association, 1968-1975
Subseries II: Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbooks
Scrapbook
1 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 1; 1946-1947
Scrapbook
2 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 2; 1946-1947
Scrapbook
3 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 2; 1947
Scrapbook
4 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 4; 1948
Scrapbook
5 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 5; 1949
Scrapbook
7 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 7; 1951
Scrapbook
8 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 8; 1952
Scrapbook
9 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 9; 1953
Scrapbook
10 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 10; 1954
Scrapbook
11 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 11; 1955
Scrapbook
12 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 12; 1956
Scrapbook
13 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 13; 1957
Scrapbook
14 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 14; 1958
Scrapbook
15 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 15; 1959
Scrapbook
16 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 16; 1960
Scrapbook
17 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 17; 1961
Scrapbook
18 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 18; 1962
Scrapbook
19 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 19; 1963
Scrapbook
20 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 20; 1964
Scrapbook
21 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 21; 1965
Scrapbook
22 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 22; 1966
Scrapbook
23 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 23; 1967
Scrapbook
24 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 24; 1968
Scrapbook
25 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 25; 1969
Scrapbook
26 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 26; 1970
Scrapbook
27 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 27; 1971
Scrapbook
30 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 30; 1974
Scrapbook
32 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 32; 1976
Scrapbook
33 Pin Oak Horse Show Scrapbook 33; 1977

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Series XI: Scrapbooks

Scrapbook
2 Scrapbook 2; 1921-1930
Scrapbook
3 Scrapbook 3; 1921-1931
Scrapbook
4 Scrapbook 4; 1933-1942
Scrapbook
5 Scrapbook 5; 1942-1945
Scrapbook
6 Scrapbook 6; 1946-1948
Scrapbook
7 Scrapbook 7; 1948
Scrapbook
8 Scrapbook 8; 1949-1951
Scrapbook
9 Scrapbook 9; 1950-1958
Scrapbook
10 Scrapbook 10; 1953
Scrapbook
11 Scrapbook 11; 1962-1965
Scrapbook
12 Scrapbook 12; 1962-1976
Scrapbook
13 Scrapbook 13; 1966-1971
Scrapbook
14 Scrapbook 14; 1951-1971
Scrapbook
15 Scrapbook 15; 1967-1977
Scrapbook
16 Scrapbook 16; 1954-1978
Scrapbook
17 Scrapbook 17; 1953-1978
Scrapbook
18 Scrapbook 18; 1974-1976
Scrapbook
19 Scrapbook 19; 1967-1981
Scrapbook
20 Scrapbook 20; 1979-1981

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