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."
Three men talking outside of a warehouse or factory, two wearing suits and hats and one wearing dress pants and a dress shirt and tie. Signs on the building read "Fabrics, Cotton, Frames and Supplies, Wholesale Prices," and "Shipping & Receiving."
Setting the scene on a stage set for a Ghirardelli chocolate advertisement, a giggling little girl stands in a metal wash tub wearing a raincoat and rain hat as a man stands on a stool pours water on her from a watering can.
Photograph for advertisement for "Double X Floor Cleaner" with a container of the cleaner with added arms, legs and eyeglasses on a hardwood floor. The container figure carries a bucket of suds and cleans the floor with mop ends attached to its feet.