View of a still composed of a metal can, a metal cylindrical container with a gauge on top and a funnel. According to the annotation to the negative sleeve, there is come connection between the still and the Angelus Temple.
View down Spring Street from the intersection with Sunset Blvd. (now Cesar Chavez Avenue), facing SW towards the Broadway Tunnel on the right, and the Hall of Justice of the left beyond Fort Moore Hill. A Standard [gas] Station is on the corner. A sign reading "IT'S IN THE EXAMINER" (seen from the back) is visible in the upper center of the photograph. There are 4 billboard signs above and to the left of Broadway Tunnel advertising Carnation Milk and " Aunt Jemina's Daddy!". Rear view of the Hall of Justice Building. A gas station (Standard Stations Inc.) is in the shot as well.
State Senator James Wilfred McKinley presenting the Ling Foundation medal to Frank A. Bouelle, Superintendent of School in Los Angeles. Bouelle was awarded to medal for establishing the first school playground with equipment in Los Angeles in 1906 and for years directed safety work in the city schools.
A similar photograph appears with the article “Bledsoe Thrills Great Mayoral Rally, Sways Throng With Appeal For Real City Government, Thousands Cheer Jurist as He Denounces Foes of Los Angeles and Pledges Himself to Program of Efficiency, Honesty, and Accomplishment.” Los Angeles Times, 16 Apr. 1925: A1