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Shirley Smith stands with her mother, Betty Alice Phillips, and father, Melvin David Smith, outside of the courtroom while Superior Judge Fred Miller decides on a home for her after her divorced parents declare they do not want custody, Los Angeles, 1947

Capt. Noble Swanson, who was injured when a section of roof caved in during a fire at the Melody Lane Café on Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, 1947

Former Ku Klux Klan Kleagle, Ray J. Schneider, and Attorney General Robert W. Kenny at trial, Los Angeles, 1946

Former Ku Klux Klan Kleagle, Ray J. Schneider, in Klan robes at trial, Los Angeles, 1946

Tony Cornero on the deck of his newly refurbished gambling ship, the Bunker Hill or Lux, Los Angeles, 1946

Tony Cornero on his newly refurbished gambling ship, the Bunker Hill or Lux, Los Angeles, 1946

Tony Cornero raising the U.S. flag on his newly refurbished gambling ship, the Bunker Hill or Lux, Los Angeles, 1946

Tony Cornero, owner of the newly refurbished gambling ship, the Bunker Hill or Lux, Los Angeles, 1946

Tony Cornero feeling the floor on his newly refurbished gambling ship, the Bunker Hill or Lux, Los Angeles, 1946

Wirewalker Hubert Castle prepares for his act at the Shrine Charity Circus, Los Angeles, June 1946

Tony Cornero with Capt. Robert C. Burdett, the skipper of his newly refurbished gambling ship, the Bunker Hill or Lux, Los Angeles, 1946

Frank Bincia in the back of a police car after being arrested due to an altercation with John Sullivan, Los Angeles, August 6, 1946

Tony Cornero surrounded by staff on his newly refurbished gambling ship, the Bunker Hill or Lux, Los Angeles, 1946

Captain David C. Morrison talking on his radio on the beach during the Army-Navy maneuvers that took place off the coast of Southern California in late 1946

Admiral William F. Halsey delivers farewell speech aboard the U.S.S. South Dakota, Los Angeles, 1945

Retirement ceremony for Admiral William F. Halsey aboard the U.S.S. South Dakota, Los Angeles, 1945

Admiral William F. Halsey delivers farewell speech aboard the U.S.S. South Dakota, Los Angeles, 1945

Admiral William F. Halsey hands over command of the U.S.S. South Dakota to Rear-Admiral Howard F. Kingman, Los Angeles, 1945

Admiral William F. Halsey departs from the U.S.S. South Dakota after retiring as commander of the battleship, Los Angeles, 1945

Financier F.W. Leistikow, victim of wrongful taxation, Los Angeles, October 6, 1943

British nobles Lord and Lady Louis Mountbatten with their daughter Patricia and southern California host, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Los Angeles, October, 1941

Betty Hardaker, mother convicted of murdering her daughter, questioned by Dr. Paul De River, Los Angeles, 1940

Accused murderer John Frank Reavis with Deputy Sheriff Pat Kelley at Reavis's trial, Los Angeles, May 1940

Alleged blackmailer George Wallace, alias Robert M. Nixon, with U.S. Marshal William S. Sweeney, Los Angeles, 1940

Mae West in court during questioning about earnings from her role in the movie "She Done Him Wrong," Los Angeles, 1940

Mae West sitting in court during questioning about earnings from her role in the movie "She Done Him Wrong," Los Angeles, 1940

Peter Pianezzi with his lawyer Nathan O. Freedman, at a trial where he is charged with the murders of George (Les) Bruneman and Frank A. Greuzard, Los Angeles, 1940s

Peter Pianezzi with his lawyer Nathan O. Freedman, at a trial where he is charged with the murders of George (Les) Bruneman and Frank A. Greuzard, Los Angeles, 1940s

Montebello Chief of Police Maxwell comforts Samuel Karnes, Sr. at the funeral of his granddaugther Geraldine Hardaker, Los Angeles, 1940

Captain Lynn D. Smith of the Coast Artillery Reserve, general chairman of National Defense Week event, Los Angeles, 1940

Mae West in court during questioning about earnings from her role in the movie "She Done Him Wrong," Los Angeles, 1940

Mae West in court during questioning about earnings from her role in the movie "She Done Him Wrong," Los Angeles, 1940

Accused murderer John Frank Reavis awaits the decision on his indictment, Los Angeles, February 28, 1940

Betsey Cushing Roosevelt and attorney Basil O'Connor, Los Angeles, February 29, 1940

Betsey Cushing Roosevelt during her divorce trial against husband James Roosevelt, eldest son of the President, Los Angeles, February 29, 1940

Cowboy film extra Jerome "Blackjack" Ward with his wife Mickey during a re-enactment of his confrontation with fellow extra Johnny Tyke, Los Angeles, February 24, 1940

Betsey Cushing Roosevelt during her divorce suit against husband James Roosevelt, Los Angeles, February 29, 1940

Rose Pianezzi, mother of Peter Pianezzi who is on trial for the murders of George (Les) Bruneman and Frank A. Greuzard, Los Angeles, 1940s

Donna Larson and Elsie the Borden Cow, star of the 1940 film "Little Men," Los Angeles, 1940

Betsey Cushing Roosevelt at her divorce suit against husband James Roosevelt, eldest son of the President, Los Angeles, February 29, 1940

Prince David Mdivani on the witness stand during a legal battle with his ex-wife, actress Mae Murray, Los Angeles, February 27, 1940

Federic Franklin and Franz Allers at the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo performance of "Ghost Town," Los Angeles, 1940

Prima ballerina Mia Slavenska in costume for the ballet "Ghost Town," Los Angeles, 1940

Milliner Sonya Zaranof who sued dancer Irene Castle McLaughlin for defamation, Los Angeles, February 26, 1940

Elizabeth Klomp in court for shoplifting $10.45 of merchandise, Los Angeles, February 19, 1940

May Lawrence and Mickey Ward, wife of cowboy film extra Jerome "Blackjack" Ward, Los Angeles, July 1940

Silent film actress Sylvia Breamer in court with her sister Doris Kelly, Los Angeles, 1940

John C. Morse and Jack Campbell during the Newspaper Day event in the Biltmore Hotel ballroom, Los Angeles, 1940

Betsey Cushing Roosevelt being photographed with attorney Basil O'Connor and brother Henry K. Cushing, Los Angeles, February 29, 1940

Betsey Cushing Roosevelt being photographed with attorney Basil O'Connor and brother Henry K. Cushing, Los Angeles, February 29, 1940

Mae West sitting in court during questioning about earnings from her role in the movie "She Done Him Wrong," Los Angeles, 1940

Mae West sitting in court during questioning about earnings from her role in the movie "She Done Him Wrong," Los Angeles, 1940

Musician Richard Candreva with his wife Jacqueline in court with a damage suit against actor Victor McLaglen, Los Angeles, March 4, 1940

Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins speaks to crowd at Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, Los Angeles, 1940


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