This photograph may be associated with the article, “Two Bank Bandits Shot to Death in El Monte Battle: Third Seized as Officers’ Pistol Team Rushes to Scene After Alarm; Two Law Enforcers Wounded,” Los Angeles Times, 1 Feb. 1936: 1.
Mrs. Gertrude Enfield of the International Verse-Speaking Fellowship and principal at Fairburn-avenue school claims verse-speaking choir as a solution to the problem of mass education in good speech. The children of the choir are selected for their talents in voice and scholarship.
Fire chief Ralph Scott, in suit and tie, Mrs. Adeline Scott, in polka dotted dress and hat, and O. [?] Edwards, in uniform, all standing at table with basket of roses and cake decorated with badge, with wall of photographs and portraits in background
Photograph of unidentified school children going down a slide with their right arms raised in the air. They wear school uniforms, and in the background there is a building with Roman archways and some trees.
The cast gathered on two tiers of the stage dressed in costumes modeled after attire in the 1850s Merwin Lucas, Jeffrey Williams, Larry Grenier, Nestor Paiva, Lois Hunt, Sam Ethridge, Zan Joyce, Tom Miller, Helen Westcott, Jan Duggan, Mary Tock, George Stuart, Ada Lilly, and Karl Thomas.