Betsey Cushing Roosevelt being photographed with attorney Basil O'Connor (left) and her brother Henry Cushing as she arrived in Los Angeles for her divorce suit against husband James Roosevelt, the eldest son of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The Roosevelts were married for ten years before they separated and Mrs. Roosevelt moved from Los Angeles back to New York, taking the couple's two daughters. James Roosevelt was the first to file for divorce, citing desertion against his wife
Mrs. Zella Jeffers on the witness stand in the courtroom of Judge Charles W. Fricke. She is accused of performing immoral acts with her husband, Reverend Joseph Jeffers, in front of guests in their home. Mrs. Jeffers claimed that on the night of her arrest she was drugged by neighbor Vincent Higgins, a District Attorney’s detective, and didn’t remember the events that were supposed to have taken place. A film reviewed by the prosecution showed Reverend and Mrs. Jeffers disrobing in front of their guests. Behind Mrs. Jeffers is a floor plan of her home, which she described for the jury.
Deputy Sheriff Carmack and Larry Morrell dig up human skeleton from East Los Angeles backyard. The skeleton was found by a 10-year-old boy and they were believed to have belonged to 50 or 60 year old man.
American artist Rockwell Kent and his wife Frances Lee Kent. Kent lectured at the Philharmonic Auditorium on "Warm Hearts and Cold Feet in Greenland," where he showed motion pictures of the scenes he described.