Completely furnished miniature four-room old English house on 4-year-old Gloria Lloyd’s private estate, which was created by her parents, film comedian Harold Lloyd and Mildred Harris Lloyd, at the summit of the family’s sixteen acre home. In addition to the house, Gloria’s estate includes: a miniature stable for her pony and cart, a miniature wishing well and a slide, swing and sand pile.
Sally Pact, Eleanor Green, and Stanley Feldman playing on the grass. The children’s parents are members of the Beverly Hills Chapter of Hadassah. These three, along with several other member's children, put on a play about the difference between good and bad food during the club’s Child Welfare Day held at the Beverly Hills Athletic Club. During the event, members paid an extra 9 cents for their lunches which went toward providing soup, salad, fruit, and milk for Palestine children.
An article by Jody Jacobs, entitled “Las Madrinas Ball: 36 Debutantes Pay Social Dues,” appeared in the Dec 24, 1973 issue of the Los Angeles Times. The photographs from file 276475-E are negatives from the coverage of that story that were not used in print. For photographs that appeared in print see 276475-A through 276475-D.
Typed note attached to negative reiterates newspaper article published on given date. Note states [abbreviated] "PROPAGANDA FOR AIRPORT. First steps toward a city wide drive to obtain a municipal airport for Beverly Hills were taken recently when an official sign of the city was dedicated atop the municipal waterworks.... Photo shows the huge letters atop the Beverly Hills waterworks which will guide aviators. (LA FM 14) 10/30/28"