There will be a 91st division reunion at the Patriotic Hall. The Legion post represents the first 500 Los Angeles men who left for service during World War I. New officers are Commander J. B. Adams, Vice-Commander Charles H. Hendricks, Finance Officer A. E. Len, Chaplain Lee E. Sherwood and Sergeant-at-Arms S. Jensen.
Float representing the Golden Gate Bridge with an exposition invitation displayed on the side "San Francisco Invites You In 1938" seen as it passes the Goodhue flagpole at Orange Grove Blvd. and Colorado Blvd.
Robert P. Schuler, Dora A. Stearns, Gustav A. Briegleb, Edgar F. Daugherty, S.T. Montgomery, Herbert Booth Smith, William MacCormack, James A. Francis, and Ray C. Harker, posing in small room with radiator at right; most men in suits and ties, some holding hats, MacCormack in clerical collar, Stearns in dress with lace and fur trim, velvet hat
Possibly related to the article, "Hospital Set For Rites: County Edifice Opens Today New Institution, Amazing in Magnitude, Cost $13,000,000 Structure, Largest of Kind, Called Best Equipped in Nation," Los Angeles Times, 15 Apr. 1934: 11.