Mayor Flynn's facial hair is under attack by sisters Rosanna and Leanna Grossnickle, San Fernando, 1936
- Mayor Flynn's facial hair is under attack by sisters Rosanna and Leanna Grossnickle, San Fernando, 1936
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- June 4, 1936
- Los Angeles Times
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- Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
Photograph appears with the article, "San Fernando's Folk Pay Visit in Fiesta Togs," Los Angeles Times, 05 June 1936: A3.
A sneak preview of the fiesta of the 26th and 27th was given at the Times building yesterday, where hoards of high school students were brought to give a concert, the students wearing costumes and the events also attracting family groups and grammar school children in the evening
Smiles are all around as one of the sisters holds a large pair of scissors less than an inch from Mayor Flynn's face while the other holds a mirror for him to watch.
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- b&w nitrate negative
cellulose nitrate film
Scissors and shears
Grossnickle, Leanna, 1920-1971
Flynn, J. Leo (James Leo), 1897-1970
Grossnickle, Rosanna, 1920-2012
- San Fernando (Calif.)
- Resource type
- still image
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