Neil Hamilton, in light shirt and pants, seated on sand, wearing one large and one small wooden shoe, holding one large wooden shoe, looking up at his daughter, standing, in bathing suit and blouse, holding small wooden shoe
Susan Zanuck, in lace-trimmed dress, seated in sandbox, with Virginia Bruce, in light shirtdress, seated beside her, Susan Ann Gilbert behind them, other children partially visible at left, edge of umbrella visible at top
Agnes Whitaker and Mertie West eat at a table at Rock Creek. Mrs. Whitaker wears a flat hat and an apron. Mrs. West has one arm in the air and in the other hand she holds a fork or spoon. The table is covered with jars, bowls, cups, and plates. There is a large box of Wheaties on the table. At the right, there is another table with more supplies on it. There are other supplies in the background, including a Scotch Soap box. There are trees in the background.
Alice Baltzell Tibbetts and Etta Updike Fuller at the Iowa Picnic in Lincoln Park. Mrs. Tibbetts wears a fur coat and a hat. Mrs. Fuller holds a purse. There are men standing behind them and other people in the background, as well as trees.
“Apparition over Los Angeles,” (1932) presents Sister Aimee McPherson, founder of the Four-Square Church in Echo Park, Los Angeles, nude in the sky flanked by her mother, also nude, and her husband, above angels, one in a high hat presiding over money-bag shaped clouds, with the Angelus Temple in Echo Park below. The painting is in a frame.
Attendees of the Iowa Picnic in Lincoln Park. Two women sit on a bench, both with their hands to their mouths and their purses on their laps. The woman on the right wears a fur collar. There is another person sitting on the bench at the right of the photograph. The back of another bench is behind the bench in the foreground and people sit on that one, as well. Two women lean over a register that is placed on a wooden plank propped up on the back of the bench. A sign at the top of a wooden post reads, "Montgomery." There are other people in the background, as well as trees.
Attendees of the Iowa Picnic in Lincoln Park. Three women sit on a bench. The woman at the right has her hand on a coat which is on top of the legs of the woman in the center. All three women wear hats. A man and a woman sit further down the bench. There are other people throughout. A sign at the top of a wooden post reads, "Montgomery." There are trees and a flagpole in the background.
Attendees of the Iowa Picnic in Lincoln Park. Mrs. Biddick holds a white scarf in her hand. Mr. Powers holds a cane and has a watch chain on his vest. His daughters, Gertrude and Minnie, are on either side of him. There is a bench at the right with people sitting on it. There are other people in the background. At the right, there is a sign that reads, "Montgomery."
Backyard of the West's home at 2223 Griffin Avenue. There is a large plant at the left of the photograph and a smaller one in the center. The back of the house is visible with ladders leaning up against it. there is a table and chair at the center and a neighboring house visible with power lines above.