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.).
Passport, in Spanish, of Winnie Ruth Judd with two passport photographs. It is date stamped November 22, 1929. Photograph appears with the article, "JUDD CHUMS WATCHED: Suspect's Purse Yields Names Brother Attempts to Retain Counsel to Defend Elusive Sister Widespread Drag Net Yields One Arrest and Many False Leads," Los Angeles Times, 22 Oct. 1931: 1.
Chief Marriage License Deputy, Rosamond Rice, with the book "Libro de Matrimonio," a record of marriage licenses issued within 1850-1854 in Los Angeles County. The book was found in the Los Angeles Courthouse.
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.