Key made by Alcatraz inmate Joseph Cretzer in an escape attempt. Cretzer was sentenced to life for murder and sent to Alcatraz in August 1940. He was involved in the bloody standoff known as the "Battle of Alcatraz."
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."
Members of the Opera Reading Club of Hollywood. Two women stand and four sit at a table. There are other tables visible in the background. The woman at the left wears a skirt covered by a mesh overlay.
Members of the Catholic Women's Club Juniors wear novelty hats and prepare heart-shaped decorations. Edthye Ardolf Lytle and Mary Ann Morrell James stand, while Anita Arnold sits and cuts what may be a piece of ribbon. One of the items on the table reads, in part, "My Valentine."
Four members of the Philanthropy and Civics Club wearing old fashioned dresses with wear shawls and carrying parasols. Other women are visible in the background. They stand in front of a building numbered 1419.