Nurse Jamme serves as the director of the San Francisco headquarters of the California State Nurses' Association. There are plans to receive ten thousand members of the American Nurses' Association, the National League of Nursing Education, and the Public Health Nursing Association June 21st to 27th.
The corresponding insert (Item Ark 21198/zz002j810s) reads: NUMBER 5: Ralph B. Seeley of San Diego, president of the newly-formed Totuava Club of Mexico; Frank Seebold, Mildred Fletcher, Ed Fletcher, Jr., Louise Whitney and Stephen Fletcher, sitting on the trailer which transported the fishing and camping gear.
Photograph of Allison Saunders as the May Day Queen during the May Day celebration at the Coliseum. She stands on stage in the middle of four unidentified children and her maid of honor Billie Gygerson.
Photograph of a crowd standing outside of a building that houses the Masonic Temple, the Daily Bread Shop, and the Southern County Bank. It appears to be raining, as several people are using umbrellas and the roads are slick with water. There are several cars and some palm trees in the background.
About 100 graduate nurses pose on the front steps of Los Angeles County General Hospital for a group portrait. They are viewed at a slight angle from the front. A set of steps passes across the foreground and in front of the group. Nurses in the front row stand on a landing. The rest of the group stands on the ascending steps behind them. Across the background, the facade of the hospital stretches across the image. At center, three arched doorways stand. Above each of them, three sculpted figures are affixed to the facade.
This photograph appears with the article, “Hoover Upholds Human Rights; City Celebrates Constitution: PAGEANTRY MARKS FETES School Children Hail Document Scouts Take 100,000 Copies of Guarantee to Homes; Clubs Hear Warnings Americans of Future Honor Historic Document in Ceremonies at Schools PATRIOTISM RULES CITY Constitution Day Observed Schools, Civic Clubs and Legion Posts Celebrate Birth of Rights,” Los Angeles Times, 18 Sep. 1935: 1.
This photograph may be associated with the article, “STATE LAUDED BY ORTIZ RUBIO: Former Mexican President Southland Booster Ex-Official Honor Guest at World Affairs Dinner in San Diego Bought, Speaker Discloses,” Los Angeles Times, 1 Nov. 1932: A1.
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.
This photograph appears with the article, “Young Poison Slayer Escapes Gallows: DRAKE GIVEN LIFE TERM Youth Insisting He Slew Relatives to prevent Grief Escapes Gallows,” Los Angeles Times, 18 Dec. 1935: 3.
This photograph shows two men and one child. The man standing on the left is Waldo T. Tupper, manager of the show. The man on the right (wearing glasses) is Uncle John, who is working the LA Times booth. The child in the middle of the two men is unidentified.
Mayor Frank Shaw, in suit and tie, holding flowers, Mrs. Cora Shaw, in knit suit, fox fur, and corsage, standing with group of about 7 women, most with flowers, including Peggy Hamilton Adams in light suit with wide satin collar, and man at left in Indian regalia
This photograph may be associated with the article, “MASSACRE HEARING SET: Death Charges Lodged Inquest Will Be Conducted Tomorrow in Slaying of Five on W.P.A. Job,” Los Angeles Times, 18 Dec. 1935: 18.
Commander Benjamin Orames, General Edward J. Higgins, Catherine Higgins, and Colonel Arthur Daniel Jackson of the Salvation Army stand in front of the train by which they arrived to Los Angeles. The men wear hats that read “Salvation Army” and uniforms. Catherine Higgins, Edward J. Higgins’s wife, holds a large bouquet of roses.
A group of unidentified members of the Lions Club stand on a train while waving goodbye as they depart for Mexico City. They hold a paper sign that reads in English “Headquarters Griffith Park Lions Club”. There is also a circular sign hanging from the train that reads “Lions International Fourth District”.
In 1935 the sisters, who had gained success in film and theater starring as the characters Eva and Topsy (a role which Rosetta played in blackface) were attempting to make a comeback after various personal and financial troubles.
Plans for 34 male and female Japanese students that are coming to Los Angeles have been made by UCLA general chairman Glenn Cunningham, USC housing representative Patricia Hosford, USC publicity representative Takeshi Haruki, representative of transportation at Occidental college Antoinette Maroder and Edith Kodama of UCLA entertainment.
This photograph may be associated with the article, “PRAISE GIVEN TO RESERVES: Head of Marine Units Here National Body of Trained Civilians Declared Ready for Quick Action RESERVE UNITS RECEIVE PRAISE,” Los Angeles Times, 22 Jul. 1935: A1.
This photograph may be associated with the article, “DEBUTANTES’ DERBY CUT OUT AS FEATURE OF SANTA ANITA BALL: Santa Anita Ball Success Assured as Pasteboards Go Assistance League’s Junior Auxiliary Announces Lengthy Guest List,” Los Angeles Times, 15 Dec. 1935, D1.
This photograph may be associated with the article, “Hoover Upholds Human Rights; City Celebrates Constitution: PAGEANTRY MARKS FETES School Children Hail Document Scouts Take 100,000 Copies of Guarantee to Homes; Clubs Hear Warnings Americans of Future Honor Historic Document in Ceremonies at Schools PATRIOTISM RULES CITY Constitution Day Observed Schools, Civic Clubs and Legion Posts Celebrate Birth of Rights,” Los Angeles Times, 18 Sep. 1935: 1.
The Baldwin Park organization of the Order of the Eastern Star is thought to be the only one in the United States to have a Worthy Matron and five Star Points who are sisters. The sisters are expected to someday take the respective positions of the Worthy Matron.