Photograph of Francis Read "Speed" Kendall, a reporter for The Times. He began his career as the youngest police beat reporter for the Los Angeles Record. After working for some other newspapers briefly, he returned to The Times in 1928, where he worked until 1942. He was noted primarily for his coverage of Hollywood both as a feature writer and in his column "Around and About Hollywood."
Group portrait of 8 attendees at the anniversary dinner of the Los Angeles Stock Exchange, perhaps at the Jonathan Club. They stand behind a cake inscribed with the message "36th Birthday L. A. Stock Exchange." The group includes, L to R: Robert L. Stott, a governor of the exchange; McClarty Harbison, president of the local mart; Jacob C. Stone; Maurice L. Farrell, chairman of the committee on public relations; Darrell J. Bogardus; Charles R. Gay, president of the New York Stock Exchange; Richard H. Gordon; and James W. Elliott.
Private investigator Edward S. Ward after being arrested in Texas and brought back to Los Angeles to face charges that he attempted to frame Police Commissioner Thomas Walkup at the behest of the mayor and his secretary.
This photograph appears 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.
This photograph appears with the article, "From clerk to Multimillionaire, Story of Huntington's Life: Own Business Yourself, His Success Formula. Although Financial Genius, World Knew Him Better as Patron of Art," Los Angeles Times, 24 May 1927: 2.
At the Hollywood Associated Studios several professional motion picture players, such as Viola Lawlar, are enrolled: the Studios are currently selecting beautiful blonde, brunette and auburn-haired girls for motion picture tests.
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.