Old-timers who made good, Los Angeles, 1940s
- Old-timers who made good, Los Angeles, 1940s
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- Walter L. Gordon, Jr./William C. Beverly, Jr. Collection
Juanita Goodloe was the wife of Dr. William A. Goodloe. She was an ex-chorus girl with Ethel Sissle Gordon, Walter L. Gordon, Jr.'s wife.
Ouida Williams was the wife of attorney David W. Williams, who became the first African American judge west of the Mississippi.
Jefferson D. Fowler was a physician and surgeon.
Maude Broady was the wife of Earl C. Broady
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Jefferson Fowler is in the first row, 1st from the left. Maude Broady is also in the first row, 3rd from the left. Her husband, Earl Broady (in light-colored suit), is 3rd from the right in the first row. Ouida Williams (in light-colored hat) is 1st from the right in the second row. Juanita Goodloe (2nd from the right) is standing next to Ouida Williams. Although Dorothea Towles' name is handwritten on the image, she does not appear to be in the photo.
Earl C. Brody was an attorney, and then a Superior Court Judge of the State of California.
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Broady, Earl C., 1904-1992
Broady, Maude Mead, 1905-1964
Fowler, Jefferson D. (Jefferson Davis), 1898-1969
Goodloe, Juanita Anne Jones, 1915-2016
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