Photograph of William Beirne (left) and others seated at a long table and standing behind the table in a Los Angeles courtroom. One of the attorneys is William Beirne. Additional people are seated in the courtroom in the background.
The "Columbia the Gem of the Ocean" float in honor of the visiting football team from Columbia University was entered by the Pasadena Parks and Playgrounds Department. Catherine Wollam, Pasadena City College student, as Miss Columbia, stands at the wheel of the ship. The float won the Pasadena challenge trophy for which only Pasadena entrants competed. The Pasadena Memorial Flagpole (Goodhue Flagpole) is visible behind the float in its original location in the middle of the intersection of Orange Grove and Colorado Boulevard.
AFTER BROTHER'S FUNERAL - Mickey Cohen, center, a Los Angeles gangland figure of the 1940's and 1950's, leaves mortuary here following services for his brother, Marvin Cohen, 70, killed by a hit-run driver Monday in front of of his home on Oxford Ave. Mickey Cohen was freed from federal prison just a year ago. (Los Angeles Times, 19 Jan. 1973: A3)
View of a toppled tree on a residential street during or after a heavy rainstorm. Three apartment buildings are behind the tree and a gas station is on the far right in the background with a sign reading "Associated Gasoline."
The Ventura School for Girls was established as a correctional facility in 1913, housing girls formerly incarcerated at the Whittier State Reformatory, and in 1962 was moved to Camarillo as part of the California Youth Authority. The location is in northwestern Ventura, later the site of Vista Del Mar Hospital.