Possibly related to Los Angeles Times article, February 20, 1925, "Midwick Cards Fine Program, National Champions Asked to Show Wares Here, Tennis Feature is Slated for Early in April, Helen Jacobs Also Scheduled to Take Part." The article states "... Miss Mary K. Browne will head the southern team, with Mrs. May Sutton Bundy playing second position, while Mrs. William M. Henry, who made a wonderful showing in the Northwest last year, and Miss Marion Williams, will complete the team..."
Related to the article “Throng Joins in Formal Launching of Annual Festival of Arts at Laguna Beach, Life Given Paintings, Subjects Pose in Frame, Celebrities of Stage and Screen Introduced to Visiting Crowd, Theater, Salon and Large Group of Booths Form Attraction Center,” Los Angeles Times, 29 Aug. 1934.
Book stall, probably in the vicinity of the old Los Angeles Times Building. This photograph belongs with a group of images taken of the old Los Angeles Times Building, at the northeast corner of 1st St. and Broadway, as it was being prepared for the May 1938 demolition.
This image is related to the newspaper photograph showing Frank A. Bouelle receiving the Pehr Henrik Ling medal, with the caption: "Health Efforts Recognized, School Official Wins Ling Medal; Altruist's Reward, State Senator McKinley presents Frank A. Bouelle, superintendent of schools, with Ling Medal" Los Angeles Times, December 17, 1931.
Berta Singerman was born in the Russian town of Mozir in 1901 and grew up in Argentina. Her father founded Buenos Aires’ first Yiddish-language theater. Singerman was a major star on the Argentinean stage from the 1920s and she toured for decades throughout Latin America, and also appeared onstage in the United States, Europe, and Israel. She also made three movies including the silent film La Vendedora de Harrod’s / Harrod’s Salesgirl (1921), the melodrama Nada más que una mujer / Nothing More Than a Woman (1934), one of the Spanish-language versions of Hollywood films made for export in the 1930s, and one of the four-episode anthology dramas Ceniza al viento / Ashes in the Wind (1942). Singerman was particularly renowned for her poetry recitations, including works by Pablo Neruda, Federico García Lorca, and Juan Ramón Jiménez.
Two cyclists standing next to their bicycles at the start of the Transcontinental Bicycle Relay race in Los Angeles with spectators behind them. A sign on a truck behind them reads: "Official Relief Convoy, Los Angeles - New York Transcontinental Bicycle Relay."
Bird's-eye view of Cabrillo Beach bathhouse, with ships in ocean in background, crowd in foreground, flags and band performing at right. A painted sign on the tower reads: "Cabrillo Bath House / Dept. of Playground & Recreation / City of Los Angeles."
2-story house with Spanish tile roof, with boards, chains, and pulleys on patio and against side of house, with overhanging trees, with hills and ocean in left background. In another image of this house the edge of the patio pavement on the cliff side is ragged as though lost in a landslide (uclamss_1429_0435).
Possible bridal procession at the parade for the Old Spanish Days Fiesta in Santa Barbara. View of 1 couple and 6 men in Spanish-style dress on horseback. The woman wears a light-colored dress with ruffles and a lace mantilla over a high comb. The men wear dark, close-fitting embroidered suits with short jackets and hats with ribbon bands. The couple may be the bride and groom who were married during the fiesta that year as described in a 8/19/1932 Los Angeles Times article titled "Historic Pageant Opens Santa Barbara Fiesta..." stating "The bridal pair on horseback were escorted by many riders by caballero and senorita, while a creaking careta carried members of the family of both bride and groom."
Following a breakfast hosted by the Los Angeles Breakfast Club at the Ambassador Hotel, Prince and Princess Kaya of Japan obligingly pose for a photograph with the club's dappled wooden horse with, with the Prince holding a golden statuette of a saddled horse, a symbol of the esteem of the club membership.