The Long Beach earthquake of 1933 took place on March 10, with a magnitude of 6.4, causing widespread damage to buildings throughout Southern California. The epicenter was offshore, southeast of Long Beach on the Newport-Inglewood Fault. An estimated fifty million dollars' worth of property damage resulted, and 120 lives were lost.
Photograph of typescript note accompanying photograph 21198/zz002dfx61, which appears to be misfiled, and reads, "Wives of California Bar Association – nat convention. Mmes. Benjamin F. Bledsoe, John Perry Wood and Fanchon Armitage."
Another court document for a C. C. Julian case has a caption identifying it as an exhibit in a case in Judge Doran's court (image ark no. 21198/zz002cv8xp). Proceedings against C. C. Julian in Judge Doran's court are reported in the Los Angeles Times from 1926 through 1928.
Related to article, "Lindbergh Up to Old Tricks. "Slim" Leads Musketeers in Thrilling Stunts. Many Air Racers Arrive at Mines Field Goal. Close Finish Lends Drama to Class "b" Contest." Los Angeles Times, 13 Sept. 1928: A1.
Photograph of a note related to photograph ark no. 21198/zz002dfx82 and 21198/zz002dfxb3, of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Stevens and the back of this note respectively, and reads, "Don; This seems to be some of the social friends of Jerry Cohen. Can you do anything for him? HSN[?] Short yarn – no art. Mr. + Ms. G. L. Stevens."
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.