Francisco Caamano, President of Dominican Republic, sits at a table with reporters during an interview, with Ruben Salazar (most likely) 2nd from left. A reporter on the right holds a microphone with an NBC logo. Rebel Labor Minister Virgilio Maynardia Reyna is standing (left).
Group of nurses at a traditional capping ceremony (also known as a Florence Nightingale ceremony) at Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles. 35 student nurses from Bishop Johnson College of Nursing participated.
The Conference of Studio Unions strike was against all Hollywood studios. The CSU strike began in March 1945 and was around the six month mark when it turned violent on October 5, 1945, known as Hollywood Black Friday. National exposure of this violence forced negotiations between studios and the CSU. Negotiation ended the strike about a month later, but CSU didn't last much longer and was eventually disbanded and absorbed by rival union IATSE.
Mary Eilers placing a nursing cap on nursing student Mary Mayes at Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles. This capping ceremony also known as the "Nightingale Lamp" ceremony marks the promotion of fifteen students to an advanced training program. Santa Solomonian and Janet Horsh await their caps behind Mayes.
Los Angeles police officers and detectives in shootout with murderer George Farley in his Los Angeles Home. In an attempt so serve Farley eviction papers, T.D. Crittenden and his aide W. L. Romer were shot by Farley. The bodies of Crittenden and Romer are depicted in the distance. Tear gas can be seen billowing from the home and Detective Lieutenant Robert Underwood can be seen in the far right behind a car with his rifle drawn.
This photograph appears with the article "Insulin rocks the foundations of reason and yet seems to restore sanity in many cases. Science today is engaged in no more exciting adventure." Los Angeles Times, 24 Mar. 1940: I6.