Men listen in to a phone call from President Warren G. Harding to his sister, marking the opening of the Valencia Orange Show, Anaheim, 1921
- Men listen in to a phone call from President Warren G. Harding to his sister, marking the opening of the Valencia Orange Show, Anaheim, 1921
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- [circa May 1921]
- Los Angeles Times
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- Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
Men listen in to a phone call from President Warren G. Harding to his sister, marking the opening of the Valencia Orange Show. His sister is Mrs. E. E. Remsberg, who is visible at the left edge of the photograph. Other men listen in to the call. The map of the United States features a black line that most likely represents the path of the telephone wires that connected Washington D. C. to Anaheim.
Related to Los Angeles Times article, "Harding Hears Sister's Voice: President Has Chat When He Opens Orange Show: Sixty Citizens 'Listen In' at Anaheim Event: Valencia Exhibit Attracts Throng on First Day," 18 May 1921: II1.
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- b&w nitrate negative
cellulose nitrate film
Citrus fruit industry--California--Anaheim
Valencia Orange Show (Orange County, Calif.)
Remsberg, Charity M. Harding, 1867-1951
- Anaheim (Calif.)
- Resource type
- still image
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