This photograph may be associated with the article, “RAID STIRS RUM DRIVE: Juvenile Resort List Disclosed Scores of Youngsters Found in Liquor Rendezvous Tell Other ‘Part Houses’”, Los Angeles Times, 29 Sep. 1935: 3.
Portrait of Frank A. Bouelle, Superintendent of Schools, seated at his desk. Bouelle was the superintendent of the Los Angeles City School District from February 1, 1929 until his retirement in January, 1937.
This photograph appears with the article, “BAR UPHOLDS SANCTITY OF HIGH COURT: N.R.A. Decision Stressed Convention Urges Deporting of Alien Criminals and Raps Bureaucracy BAR APPLAUDS SANCTITY OF NATION’S HIGH COURT Independence of Judiciary Called Safeguard of Constitution; Uniform Laws Urged,” Los Angeles Times, 17 Jul. 1935: 1.
This photograph appears with the article, “DICKSON IN REFEREE JOB: Named to Take Turnbull Post Federal Jurists Announce Latter’s ‘Temperament’ Replacement Cause DICKSON GIVEN REFEREE POST,” Los Angeles Times, 19 Sep. 1935: A1.
Group portrait of Los Angeles Times columnist Lee Shippey and Occidental College president Remsen D. Bird, standing, Bird's arm around Shippey's shoulders, and novelist Louis Dodge, poet Robert Frost, and poet Marshall Louis Mertins, seated on porch wall, Dodge holding cigar and hat, Frost holding book, all in suits and ties, outdoors with building in background
This photograph may be associated with the article, “California Society Folk Converge in Montecito for Wedding of Pasadenan: Popular Deb and Northern Scion Marry Miss Charlotte Hall Center of Beauty in Garden Rite,” Los Angeles Times, 08 Sep. 1935: B3.
A photograph of a framed portrait of Berry taken earlier in his life. A small scrap of white paper is tucked into the bottom right corner of the frame that has the typed words "Sparks Berry 706 S. Normandy".
This photograph appears with the article, “ARIA SINGER TAKES TO AIR: Mary McCormic Explains Loves Arriving by Plane for Opera Season, Diva Reveals New Batch of Admirers,” Los Angeles Times, 2 Feb. 1935: A3.