Two men stare at large trophy that sits atop a table. The trophy reads, "Hans Grassl, Perpetual Chess Trophy, Presented to Exposition Chess Club, Los Angeles, California." There is no associated newspaper article.
Nellie T. Bush, in suit, stole, and hat, standing, and Joe Bush, in suit and tie, seated, another man in suit and tie standing behind him, in office with file cabinets at left, desk at right, bookcases in background
Part of the El Pueblo Viejo Landmark District in Santa Barbara, the Mihran Building housed a pottery shop in 1924, and is considered a textbook example of the Monterey Colonial Style. It was designed as a two story structure, with a cantilevered porch that wrapped round two sides of the building.
View facing S-SW towards from E. De. La Guerra St towards La Placita building, a Spanish colonial style commercial building with a wooden balcony, terracotta tile roof, arched windows and an exterior staircase. A painted sign above a doorway reads: "The Nielson-Smith Electric Co." The postal address of the building is 740 State St.
Seven women, in ancient Arabian-style wear, pose against a similarly-styled backdrop with a vase. The women were part of a pageant hosted by shriners of the Al Malaikah Shrine Temple in Los Angeles. The pageant's theme was One Thousand and One Nights. The photo was most likely taken at the Coliseum.
Roy E. Steckel (left), Chief of Police, shakes hands with an unidentified man (who wears a ribbon bearing the title "Official, National Committee"). They are standing in his office with a U.S. flag and a landscape painting behind them.