Photograph of a safe deposit box rental application from the Citizens National Bank Trust and Savings of Los Angeles, used as evidence introduced in court on March 17, 1933, Los Angeles Times, Mar. 17, 1993: A6.
Probably related to the article “Kalmykoff Collection Hunt Begun, ‘Lady’ Diana Denies Mystery as Bay City Bank Starts Search for Treasures.” Los Angeles Times, 14 Jun. 1926. The article states: “… ‘Lady’ Diana Bathurst … denied that there is any mystery connected with it. ‘…The collection was divided by probate last year, a son of the painter and his adopted daughter, Mrs. Galina Nitikin Dolgoloff … receiving the various works.’ … attorney for Mrs. Dolgolopoff … intimated that the matter of ownership of the collection has been settled…”
Between 1913 and 1938, J.(Joseph) Hampton Rich, a resident of Mocksville, North Carolina, USA took it upon himself to keep the memory of Daniel Boone and his travels alive. He did this by placing 358 metal tablets between Virginia Beach, VA and San Francisco, CA.
C. C. Julian was a con man who first hit oil in California in 1923 and over-sold shares in oil syndicates through the 1920'a into the 1930's. His business activities were repeatedly investigated. He committed suicide in Shanghai in 1934.
Newspaper clipping of the article, "Educator's Work Brings Distinction From Aboard; Honor Paid Von KleinSmid; French Decoration for Aiding Learning Pinned on Educator at Notable Biltmore Gathering." Los Angeles Times, 11 Jan. 1928: pg. A1.