Harry Levette is seated at the far right. Harry Cutler is seated at the far left, and Herman Hill is seated 2nd from the left (next to Mr. Cutler). At the large table are Marshall Denton (2nd from left), Lena Horne (4th from the left). Other names on the photograph are illegible, and the other individuals are unidentified.
Hugh Macbeth came to California in 1913, and practiced law in Los Angeles until his death in 1956. He founded the Los Angeles Lawyers club, and the Society of Truth and Justice and United Races of the World.
Captions on print and negative sleeve reverse locations of Pup and Bulldog. Evidence indicates that the Pup was once called Barkies, located on Beverly: http://www.flickr.com/photos/33455118@N08/4621604128/in/set-72157623969273119/
Boxer Joe Louis is seated at the restaurant table, 3rd from the left. The woman to his left is Muriel Andrade. Dick Abrams, wearing glasses, is seated on the right. The other individuals in the photo are unidentified.
Ethel (Sissle) Gordon is sitting on the grass, 1st from the left in the front row. Also in the front row are Sarah Griffin (4th from the left), Dorothy Johnson (5th from the left), Zephrine Brown (9th from the left), and Clarissa Matthews (4th from the right in white dress). Seated in the second row are Bea DeVaughn (3rd from the left) Louise Beavers (4th from the left) and Beulah Honoré (6th from the left). The woman seated to the right of Beulah Honoré with the white hat was identified as Leola Ducket (she is possibly Hazel Anthony). Emily Brown Childress Portwig is standing behind the woman who is seated to the right of Leola Ducket. Standing in the last row (from far right) are Juanita Miller, Miriam Matthews, and a woman named Vaughn (full name unknown). The woman standing at the end of the second row (far right, carrying purse) is possibly Vera Clark.