Typescript describing scenes from the play "Call of the Battalion" that were captured by Los Angeles Times photographers during the Pioneer Day Festival in Centinela Park, Inglewood. Scenes include: Covered Wagon (first), Covered Wagon (second), Odometer scene, and Push Cart scene.
Photograph of Manette Green and Dorothy Marshall using a wine press. A display of local produce such as avocados, grapes, and grapefruit are in front of the wine press and girls. In the background are some people walking by other displays.
Parts of the note she is holding can be read. It states, “…if Miss Bruce were in town. She asked…address and telephone number and also stated she was in….and miss Bruce is in great danger. Miss Hall asked…in regard to a child and she stated ‘Yes, in regard to…’…(referring to SUSIE ANN GILBERT, daughter of Miss Bruce)…Mr. Moore states that Miss Hall was given to believe that this warning of a kidnap attempt of Miss Bruce’s child, SUSIE ANN GILBERT”.
May 21, 1929 letter from C. C. Julian of the New Monte Cristo Mining Co. to its stockholders reporting on the status of the development of mines owned by the company: a mine in Silver City, New Mexico; the Cascade Consolidated Mine in B.C. Canada; the Monte Cristo Mine at Wickenburg, Arizona; and the Gladys Bell property in Grass Valley, Northern California, pg. 3.
Photograph of a typescript document that describes the related photograph ark no. 21198/zz002dfwvc and reads, "TWENTY TWO FILMS --- Mrs. Zane Grey, wife of the noted novelist, signs a contract with Paramount that gives the studio exclusive rights to twenty two of her husband’s novels. Her son Romer, now associated with the studio, and Jacob Karp, Paramount attorney, look on."
The Rice Growers Association of California exhibit at the Food and Household Show, sponsored by the Southern California Retail Grocers Association. A cutout of a boy stands on a pile of rice. Bags of Little Colonel Rice are displayed and a sign in the back reads, "California Extra Fancy Small Grain Rice 'Little Colonel.'" A sign at the right, which may relate to the neighboring booth, reads, "Office 'Sperry News' Food Show Paper, Mimeograph - Mimeoscope courtesy - Grimes-Stassforth Stationary Co. 739 S. Spring."
Typescript note related to image ark no. 21198/zz002dfvb4, which reads, "The United Order of True Sisters. Mmes. Robert Kraemer, Joseph Goldstein, president and Miss George H. Davis, hostess of Uplifters party."
Typescript note related to photograph 21198/zz002dfv41, which reads, "West Adams Women's Club. Mrs. Delos Delano, founder; Mrs. D. H. Hayes, retiring president and Mrs. Hayes P. Drake, incoming president.
Handwritten note relating to images (ark nos. 21198/zz002dd809 and 21198/zz002dd81t) of Mary Fiesel, which reads, "L.A. Times employee (Statistical Dept.) involved w/ "Times" Drama Club + often pictured w/ objects, seized contraband, + other things the Times was illustrating!"