Related to the photo piece, "Construction Progresses on Arthur Letts, Jr., Dwelling," Los Angeles Times, 6 Feb. 1927: E6. The caption reports that plants and trees for the landscaping were being provided by the estate of Letts deceased father (Holmby House in Los Feliz), who had an extensive garden of several acres in. The garden of his father's estate was destroyed in 1927 for development and rare plants also went to the Huntington Gardens.
Copy photograph of a studio portrait of 16-year-old Elvi Ojala. Ojala wears a primped, short hairstyle, a brooch of a small bouquet of flowers, and a light-colored top or dress.Ojala went missing in 1935 and this photo may have been used alongside a story informing the public of her disappearance. This is unconfirmed as no article has been found. It is unknown what ultimately happened to the girl.
Mrs. Flora Doering holds baby daughter Jeanne Doering. Mrs. Doering's eyes are on her baby as the younger Doering stares happily at the camera. Mrs. Doering wears a hat and top with a skirt. Jeanne wears a baby cap and a light-colored dress. In the background a partially hidden sign reads, "Department [...] Calendar [...] Tuesdays [...] at 2 P.M. [...] Files must [...] to clerk [...]"