Portrait of Leo Katz standing next to his "Youth Arisen" mural panel. The photograph was taken in the lobby of the Frank Wiggins Trade School (now LA Trade Tech) at the time that he completed his mural panels on the theme of the history of the uses of tools serving the creative and destructive passions of man within the context of the Toltec and Aztec cultures.
Henry B. R. Briggs was the Postmaster of Los Angeles from February 1, 1934 to his death (from pneumonia) on September 28, 1936. Prior to that, he was the publisher and editor of the Los Angeles Record. J. F. Bourne, a long-term postal employee, is mentioned in Los Angeles Times coverage of post office news between 1910 and 1938.
This photograph appears with the article (cropped) "Kegley Appeal Dead Line Past on Court Ban," Los Angeles Times, 23 Feb. 1935: A3. The article states that Kegley, who had been disbarred, had missed the deadline to appeal the decision.
This photograph is similar to one that appears with the caption, "Sixteen Years of Development Above--The latest Fokker plane, a trimotored, ten-passenger machine. Below (left)--Fokker's first plane with the builder at the controls, built in 1911; (right) Mr. and Mrs. A. H. G. Fokker," Los Angeles Times, 02 Nov. 1927: A5
Copy print negative of two portraits, one of Mr. Buron Fitts, and one of his wife, Mrs. Buron Fitts. Stamp on Mrs. Fitts photograph is partially covered by what appears to be brush strokes, but "L.A." is legible. Mr. Fitts photograph reads "Hartsook Photo."
Farmers who are facing bankruptcy can apply for aid through the Rural Rehabilitation Division of the Federal Resettlement Administration averaging sums of $31.25 distributed and help acquire a loan to use in paying taxes or their mortgage.
This photograph appears with the article, “WANDERWELL’S WIDOW HEARD: Witness Tells of Rows Guys Had With Husband Murder Defendant Sought Cash, She Declares Judge and Jury Visit Ship Where Slaying Occurred,” Los Angeles Times, 4 Feb. 1933, A1.
This photograph appears with the article, “Face Fight: SUIT NAMES BETTY BOYD Actress Divorced Husband Also Defendant in Action Over Trust Fund ACTRESS NAMED IN TRUST SUIT,” Los Angeles Times, 26 Sep. 1935: A1.
This photograph (cropped) appears on a photo page between individual portrait photos of Jane Blair and Granville Blair. The page is titled "Men, Women and Things in the World's News," Los Angeles Times, 13 Sep. 1923: I6.
Nationally known New York attorney Samuel Untermeyer visiting Southern California to speak about several issues including the need to replace high income taxes with a national sales tax, and the threat from the rise of Hitler and Nazism in Germany.
This photograph appears with the article, “CRUISE HEAD HUNT FAILS: Fischer Listed as Fugitive Offices of Inter-Oceanic University Raided and Aide Questioned UNIVERSITY CRUISE HEAD NOW LISTED AS FUGITIVE,” Los Angeles Times, 9 Aug. 1935, A1.
This photograph is of Frederick Hasting Rindge, Jr., the son of the famous business man Frederick Hasting Rindge. Frederick Hasting Rindge Jr. is also referred to as Frederick H. Rindge, Frederick H. Rindge Jr., and Frederick Hastings Rindge in other records.
Photograph of Armenian-Americans John Kolsoozian and Gladys Jacobian, who were best man and bridesmaid at the wedding of John’s brother George and Gladys’s sister Grace. John and Gladys recently announced their engagement.
When Muren came to his friend Gerald A. Craig to ask for help finding a job, Craig offered Muren the proposition of killing his wife Ethel for money. Appalled at the request, Muren turned him in to police.
This photograph appears with the article, “PERIL SEEN FOR ISLANDS: Manila Leader Airs Views Communistic and Socialistic Activities Held Menace to Philippines Peace,” Los Angeles Times, 12 Jul. 1935: 13.
This photograph may be associated with the article, “JELLIFFE WINS OPENING MATCH: Amateur Favorite Conquers Herlihy, 7 and 6 Thompson Beats Dunphy in Thriller, 2 Up MacGregor Upsets Sangster by 3 and 2 Margin,” Los Angeles Times, 17 May 1932: A11.
Caption for another newspaper photograph reads: Cuban Exiles Leave for Homeland. A joyous group of leaders of the Cuban revolutionary group and their kin who have spent the last few years in exile in New York sailed for their native country on the S. S. Morro Castle Aug. 19th. Among their number were D. Fabian Garcia, one of the more important of the junta leaders, and senora Garcia, shown aboard the ship just before it left New York. Credit Line (ACME) 8/19/33.
This photograph is probably associated with the article, “‘Little People’ in New Role: HOTEL TURNS MIDGETS Biltmore Seeking Solution of Page Problem by Employing Them,” Los Angeles Times, 16 Dec. 1935: A3.
This photograph appears with the article, “HOSPITAL DEAL BOOMED FORTH: John A. (Foghorn) Murphy Seeks Commission. Putting Up ‘Dough’ for Contact Man Told Pair Fighting to Force Cuthbert to Share,” Los Angeles Times, 17 May 1933: A2.