George Godfrey, heavyweight boxer, wearing a pinstripe suit, tie and straw boater hat, in a boxing pose. He is outside a brick building with a sign reading "KHJ" over the door. The location may be the KHJ radio studio and towers atop the Los Angeles Times building at 1st and Broadway.
Photograph of eleven child actors posing for a group portrait with Judge McComb, in the judge's office, on the occasion of receiving approved contracts. McComb is handing a contract to actress Peggy Terry and the other actresses are already holding theirs.
James K. Spencer (90) with his wife Sarah M. Kelsey Payne Spencer (84) celebrating his 90th birthday and their sixty-eight years of togetherness. Both were born in Indiana and were married in Kansas in 1867, when Mrs. Spencer was 16 years old. The couple lived in several states and resided in Los Angeles from 1930. They had six children, seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Woman in skirt and blouse with buttons, patterned scarf, and dark straw hat, hand behind head. The location may be the roof terrace of the newly completed Los Angeles Times Building. The fashion show took place in the Los Angeles Times Building on 202 West 1st Street, most likely inside what is now the Harry Chandler Auditorium.
Possible related to the article, “HUGE STOCK ROBBERY TO NET NOTHING: Non-Negotiable Paper Seized Burglar Takes $500,000 in Securities From Bel-Air Mansion of Hormel Burglar Invades Mansion HORMEL HOME BURGLARS CAN’T DISPOSE OF STOCK,” Los Angeles Times, 22 Sep. 1935: 1.
Photograph of about 28 members of the Los Angeles High School class of 1897 grouped around an upright piano at a reunion. Four of the men can be identified from another photograph of the event: Fred Golding (front row, completely visible with this right hand blurred in motion on the right), Roscoe Shrader (directly behind the pianist, in a light-colored suit and polka dot necktie), William T. McNeely (to the right of pianist, holding a cigar), and Rolie [Rollin] Podlech (his head and spotted necktie visible behind McNeely, on right, wearing glasses).
Photograph of nine members of the Los Angeles High School class of 1897 singing at a reunion with 2 banquet tables on the left. Eight of the men are identified in an inscription on the negative, which begins on the left; the man on the far right is probably unidentified.
Part of photograph appears in the article, "Business Urged to be Patriotic. Advertising Club Hears Nut and Bolt Official. Gov. Farrington Invites Visit to Hawaii Next June. "America First" Advocated as Industrial Slogan." Los Angeles Times, 16 Nov. 1927: A7.
Postmaster-General Farley sits astride the Los Angeles Breakfast Club's sawhorse labeled "HAM" for initiation into the club on July 19, 1934 at the Ambassador Hotel. He is blindfolded and has placed his right hand on a plate of ham and eggs as part of the initiation rites. Four men surround him; one man holds the plate of ham and eggs, one holds a paper (possibly initiation rites), one man stands smiling, and the last pets the sawhorse.
Officer Lieuallen, along with police Chief Tom Gurdane (not in photo), captured Hickman in Echo, Oregon, after an 8-day manhunt. It is not clear whether this photo was taken during Hickman's post-extradition arraignment in December of 1927, or his trial in 1928.
Chief James E. Davis stands in the near distance at center, on the Coliseum's field. He faces towards the left as he handles a rifle during inspection. Officers under inspection stand in a row to the left of Chief Davis. They face towards the right as the line extends back towards center. A second row of police officers is visible standing behind them at left. In the foreground at right, a few other officers stand with their backs to the camera. The stadium's seating lines the background.
This photograph may be associated with the article, “HOLLYWOOD BOWL OPENS: Season of Summer Concerts Begins With Perfect Night as Setting NEW CONCERT SEASON OPENS,” Los Angeles Times, 17 Jul. 1935: A1.
General Arnaiz was head of the army and led the 1923-24 revolt of the De la Huerta forces until it collapsed. He has since been living in Los Angeles. Arnaiz expresses that he wishes to go back to Mexico City to visit his mother but wants to stay in Los Angeles to keep running his business.
An aerial image depicts the Los Angeles State Normal School, located on Normal Hill, at Grand Avenue and 5th Street. Pershing Square would be developed just south of the street along the bottom of the photograph.
Diana Gibson, in long dark skirt with cummberbund, pleated blouse with string or beaded tie, light satin jacket with epaulets. The show took place in the Los Angeles Times building on 202 West 1st Street, most likely inside what is now the Harry Chandler Auditorium.