Float with a floral football player running with a football in the front and a Greek temple at the back with a young woman seated on the steps. A floral sign reads: "Tulane." The float is shown at the intersection of Orange Grove Blvd. and Colorado Blvd.
Second page of the suicide note left by Leslie Ray Raymond, who killed himself by asphyxiation by inhalation of automobile emission. He had been a radio announcer in Oakland, California, known as "Brother Bob." In his suicide note he confesses having an affair with his niece.
Related to Los Angeles Times article, "Fire in Historic Lancaster Causes Loss of $100,000: Five Stores Destroyed. Blaze Fanned by Desert Wind. Three Men Injured Fighting Flames in Town's Main Business Street," 29 Jul. 1935: 1.
Related to the article, "Women's Club Executives Advised to Build Only for Good of Organization. Leader Urges Petty Tactics Be Discarded. Mrs. Mab C. Lineman Hostess to New Presidents." Los Angeles Times, 7 July 1935: B6.