This photograph features two signs written in English. The bigger sign that is higher is handwritten and says “No-Hollywood, Post 307 Radio Crew, Sons of the American Legion”. The smaller sign is typed and states “WPA property of S. Government”.
28-year-old Mildred Gross had been declared dead at Georgia Street Receiving Hospital from an overdose of sleeping powder. But over the course of an hour Dr. A.D. Trotter administered several intravenous injections to Mrs. Gross that successfully restored her pulse, respiration, and reflexes, even though she did not regain consciousness.
After a lethal overdose of sleeping powder 28-year-old Mildred Gross was considered dead with a lack of reflexes, respiration, or pulse, but after several injections of the drug picrotoxin by Dr. A.D. Trotter she began to breathe again without regaining consciousness. 11 hours later she passed away, survived by her husband and two sons.
Containers of "Double X Floor Cleaner," "Savabrush," and "Waxoff" ornamented to resemble athletes with arms, legs and athletic shorts and shoes added, positioned to look like they are pole vaulting over a bar with a sign reading "A New Sales-High For 1936."
Photograph of a crowd standing outside of a building that houses the Masonic Temple, the Daily Bread Shop, and the Southern County Bank. It appears to be raining, as several people are using umbrellas and the roads are slick with water. There are several cars and some palm trees in the background.