Wilshire Boulevard Congregational Church was designed by the architectural firm Allison and Allison Architects. It is located at 4350 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, and is the home of the Wilshire United Methodist Church (10/2012).
Brooks Clothing of California, Ltd. operated Brooks Clothing Company and Brooks Uniform Shop. Brooks Clothing Company chiefly sold men's clothing (though several locations also sold women's apparel). There were 15 California stores noted in 1944, the year the company was sued by the Brooks Brothers corporation (New York City) for trademark infringement, including locations at 644 South Broadway (downtown Los Angeles), in Hollywood at Hollywood Blvd. and Vine, and in Long Beach, San Jose, Santa Ana, Pasadena and San Diego.
Related to the article, "Stamp Honoring Concord Coach Proposed." Los Angeles Times, 13 Oct. 1935. Photograph could possibly be of an image from George H. Banning's co-authored book, "Six Horses," or a proposed illustration for a United States postage stamp design petition. Banning, acting postmaster of South Pasadena at the time of this article, authored "Six Horses," a history of the Concord stagecoach. Banning formally petitioned for a stagecoach image to be the new stamp design. The Banning family has a long history with this form of transportation, including owning a stagecoach line.