F. E. Olds was a manufacturer of musical instruments founded by Frank Ellsworth Olds in Los Angeles, in the early 1900s. The company made brass instruments, especially trombones, cornets, and trumpets. Olds was joined by his son Reginald Birdsall (R.B.) Olds in 1920. The company was purchased by Chicago Musical Instruments after World War II, and went out of business in 1979.
View of a man in a lab coat facing away holding up a pencil. Next to him are a chair and promotional literature about Adohr milk, titled "Don't make this mistake about milk! Adohr...More first awards for quality and purity than all other brands combined." The promotional material includes a drawing of 2 women standing in front of 2 giant bottles of milk with a trophy in the background.
Elissa Landi, Annie Zanardi-Landi, and Kay English seated at small table, Elizabeth Zanardi-Landi, Carlo Zenardi-Landi, Anthony Zenardi-Landi, and Mildred McClure standing, two horses standing near table, dog at right, with trees and bushes in background
Sheldon Parsons studied at the National Academy of Design and was a successful portrait artist in New York City from 1896 to 1912. He moved to Santa Fe around 1912, became a founding member of the Santa Fe colony of artists and changed from portrait painting to landscape painting.
View of a Spanish style room at the Pierce Brothers Mortuary, located at 720 W. Washington, with a painted wooden beam ceiling, 2 hanging iron chandeliers, weathered walls, velvet upholstered sofa and chair, cabinets, and a painting on the wall.