From left to right: Major Frank C. Wood, Jr., president of the local Reserve Officers' Association; Lieutenant-Colonel to Frank Edward Lowe, president of the Reserve Officers' Association; Major George A. Benedict. The officers convened at a banquet at the Army Navy Club.
Displayed, a 1935 photograph of a one-page paper document printed in Spanish with the header, Primera Secretaria de Estado. Departamento Del Interior. At top and bottom margins are later handwritten notations and a signature.
Photograph of participants in the Olvera Street memorial service for Los Angeles Times columnist Harry Carr, beneath a striped canvas awning with mourners beneath umbrellas further back. The Chito Montoya stringed orchestra plays in the foreground and singers face a microphone (for radio KMTR), in the center. It is draped with a black wreath and black-rimmed photograph of Mr. Carr bearing the farewell "Vaya Va Con Dios." Ernesto A. Romero, Vice-Culsul for Mexico in Los Angeles, wears a trench coat and glasses (right). In front of him in a black lace veil and holding a sheet of music is Consuela de Bonzo, a Mexican community leader (owner of the restaurant Casa La Golondrina at 17 Olvera St.).
Insets: Tabla de distancias.--Tabla estadistica.--Carta de los caminos &c. desde Vera Cruz y Alvarado a Mejico.--Profile of the route between Mexico and Vera Cruz.--Profile of the route b[e]tween Mexico and Acapulco.--Map showing the battle grounds of the 8th and 9th May 1846. By J. H. Eaton.--Chart of the bay of Vera Cruz. Drawn by order of V. Admiral Baudin