From left to right, Mmes. John W. Condon, Anne L. Taylor, Bessie I. Ryan, Howard M. Jay, and Los Angeles County Federation of Women's Clubs President Mrs. Harry E. Willits at a picnic meeting of county women's club presidents and chairmen. The event was held at the home of Mrs. Howard M. Jay on July 10, 1939 to discuss club legislative issues
Little Tokyo in Los Angeles was dubbed "Bronzeville" during World War Two, as African American families and workers moved into the empty homes and businesses of the relocated Japanese American community.
Five of the twenty-six Belgian draft horses being auctioned off by Los Angeles County at Los Angeles's Union Stock Yards. L.A. County's Board of Supervisors had assessed that the draft horses, though they had won many prizes and obtained national recognition, were too expensive to continue to care for. The twenty-six horses netted $11,367.50 at auction.