Possibly connected with Los Angeles Times article, July 18, 1934, Elks’ Chief Hits Reds, Shannon Chosen Grand Ruler, Lodge Urged to Campaign for Ousting of Teachers Strangling Patriotism, New Youth Movement for Supporting Nation’s Ideals Proposed by Angeleno
The ranch was included in the 48,612-acre Rancho San Francisco granted to Antonio del Valle, administrator of Mission San Fernando, by Governor Juan B. Alvarado on January 22, 1839, after the secularization of the missions. The rancho remained in the del Valle family until it was sold in 1924.
A similar photograph appears with the article “’Fountain of Youth’ Secrets Retained, Age Found No Deterrent by Veteran Employees, Process Server and County Recorder Reveal Secrets for Keeping ‘Young.’” Los Angeles Times, 28 Jan. 1935: A3, with caption: At 81 years of age, Charles W. Bissett is still agile enough to serve subpoenas for the police department. He gives buttermilk and orange juice and his pipe the credit.
About 400 uniformed soldiers, standing in lines in the interior of the Exposition Park Armory, with about 80 civilians observing from mezzanine level, with color guard near center, 1 man in motion in center foreground
View of Theodore Harkcom, police officer, crawling out of tunnel in police hat and uniform. Workers discovered a tunnel beneath the Farmers and Merchants Bank in Watts when replacing the flooring in the bank. Unused acetylene torches, tanks, and hose were found in the tunnels. Indications show the diggings had been abandoned along with the vault equipment, two or three years ago. The Farmers and Merchants Bank of Watts has no connection with the Farmers and Merchants National Bank of Los Angeles.
A different photograph of Jim Fitzgerald appears with the article, "Patriarch of Sports Recalls Great Stars: Rube Waddell Hailed as Greatest Pitcher of All Time; Vitt Also Given Praise." Los Angeles Times, 26 Nov. 1934: 14.
This is a photograph taken outside Herbert Hoover Jr.'s residence at 1635 S. Los Robles in San Marino when he was moving in. There is a motorcar parked out front with the sign, "Nold furniture" which appears to be unloading furniture into the new home.