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Crown Prince Gustav Adolf of Sweden with others at the recently completed Los Angeles Central Library, Los Angeles, 1926

Storm- flooded residential area probably in Atwater Village near Glendale, Los Angeles 1927

Members of the Knights Templar raise their swords above the casket of Arthur Letts in the Hollywood Cemetery, Los Angeles, 1923

W. A. Ferguson, cartoonist, draws a picture of contest winner, Harold Dowit at the Food and Household Show, Los Angeles, 1932

Devil's Lake, La Cañada Flintridge

Helen Wilkinson looks to the camera during legal proceedings against Dorothy Mackaye and Paul Kelly, Los Angeles, 1927

Earthquake-damaged Hotel Californian, Santa Barbara, 1926

Court reporter Ben Smith and assistant Frances Knox, 1929

H. F. Thompson presents a check for $1000 to Mrs. Abbie J. Dutcher, Los Angeles, 1936

Witness testifies during Louis R. Payne murder trial, Los Angeles, 1934-1935

Prince Kaya of Japan interviewed by Japanese reporters at the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, 1934

Chief Luther Standing Bear in jail, 1935

Members of the Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine for North America (Shriners) parading at Durbar, Los Angeles, 1934

Three women stand beside the Colton display at the National Orange Show, San Bernardino, 1935

Defendant Phillip Shereshewfsky and sister Ida Morsch sit in courtroom, Los Angeles, 1935

Nineteenth century (?) synagogue, repurposed as a boarding house, (Los Angeles?)

Bird's-eye view of alley behind 900 block of State Street, Santa Barbara, [1926-1929?]

Edward Wehrly, the driver in a fatal traffic accident, testifies at the coroner's inquest, Los Angeles, 1932


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