This photograph appears with the article, “Hoover Upholds Human Rights; City Celebrates Constitution: PAGEANTRY MARKS FETES School Children Hail Document Scouts Take 100,000 Copies of Guarantee to Homes; Clubs Hear Warnings Americans of Future Honor Historic Document in Ceremonies at Schools PATRIOTISM RULES CITY Constitution Day Observed Schools, Civic Clubs and Legion Posts Celebrate Birth of Rights,” Los Angeles Times, 18 Sep. 1935: 1.
Likely related to the article, "THORNHILL DRIVES STANFORD GRIDDERS: PLAYERS IN FINE SHAPE Cripples Ready for 'Bama Everybody but Callaway Takes Part in Drill at Brookside Park," Los Angeles Times, 28 Dec. 1934: 5
At center, Narcotics Squad officers Eddie Chitwood, Otto Schlinske and Arthur Mott pose with $35,000 worth of seized gum opium. In front of the them, a table enters frame from the right. A suitcase sits open of the far corner of the table. It is filled with the opium. The three officers stand around it and look to camera while holding some of the opium.