Child actors Billy, Bobby, Delmar and Garry Watson gathered around an ignited firework on the Fourth of July. The Watson family was known as "the first family of Hollywood" and included at least nine children that acted in motion pictures.
Representatives from Oakland marching in the California Admission Day Parade held in Santa Monica. The parade, led by Governor Merriam, was a feature event of the three day Admission Day celebration, which commemorated the 87th anniversary of the day California became a state
Drum majorette Betty Atkinson photographed with a group of police officers during an annual parade and entertainment show put on by the Los Angeles Police Department. The event drew 40,000 spectators. July 9, 1937.