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Betty Alice Phillips walks out of Superior Court with her mother, Alice Campbell, after declaring she wanted to relinquish custody of her two children, Los Angeles, 1947

Shirley Smith waits in the hall while Superior Judge Fred Miller decides on a home for her after her divorced parents declare they do not want custody, Los Angeles, 1947

Automobile and bus that competed in a planned race to demonstrate the importance of following traffic laws, Los Angeles, 1947

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

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

Louise Henderson Carringer sits in jail after police officers find her seven-year-old daughter, Linda Carringer, asleep alone in a car, Los Angeles, 1947

Chamber of Commerce ladies chastising Dick Russell for speeding ticket, Los Angeles, 1947

Melvin David Smith walks into Superior Court with his sister-in-law after declaring he wanted to relinquish custody of his two children, Los Angeles, 1947

Louise Henderson Carringer walks into jail after police officers find her seven-year-old daughter, Linda Carringer, asleep alone in a car, Los Angeles, 1947

Police officer Dick Barlow writing a ticket for Dick Russell during a planned race to demonstrate the importance of following traffic laws, Los Angeles, 1947


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