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.
Photograph of Virginia Hudson wearing a suit and standing with stacks of books. She holds some books in her arms and has one open. Behind her are shelves with more books, and a book cart similar to those commonly found in libraries.
Photograph of architect Theodore L. Kistner holding the door open to the new Norwalk High School auditorium for Maribelle Dyer. Maribelle holds a paper in her hands. Both are dressed in formal attire—Theodore wears a suit and tie, and Maribelle wears a dress and high heels.