2 young women at edge of surf in bathing suits, 1 performing back bend, 1 leaning against her applying with mirror and powder puff applying makeup, with ocean in background, 3rd woman partially visible at left
4 young women outside open airplane, man in cockpit, with wrapped box marked CUT FLOWERS and bouquets of Easter lilies. 3 women are identified as Marjorie Franklin, Grace Wilkiemeyer, and Rosine McDougall; pilot identified as Bob Lloyd.
Young woman aquaplaning on board towed by motorboat, with one hand raised, photographed from boat, with tow line in foreground, with 2 other boats with about 6 occupants behind and lakeshore with trees in background
Photographer's note: "Swinging against a graffiti backdrop at South Park in South Central Los Angeles from left to rt: Zussett Navarro, 5 Vivian Robles, 4 and Melissa Navarro, 7. The park is one of the mayor's urban impact parks and not only will be cleaned and greened nut new playground equipment will be added."
Two young men, one dragging the other by the legs as the second attempts to pull the first down by the ankle, on athetic field with two spectators nearby, about twenty spectators and building in background
Young man, smiling, holding books, coming through doorway from outside, at Adelbert and Clara Bartlett residence, at 535 15th Street, with small tables each side of door and chair partially visible at left
Young Los Angelino Yvonne Marion Wolff sits piled under produce grown in a local community garden.Beginning in 1933, small tracts of land throughout Los Angeles county were used by the government as locations for community gardens, where men left unemployed by the Great Depression could work and grow food to feed their families. In 1933, 890 acres of land in Los Angeles County were used toward this purpose; the program expanded to 2,500 acres of land in 1934. This land was approximately enough to grow the vegetables consumed by 20,000 county welfare families.
Left to Right: Juan Hernandez, Carmen Hernandez (Yolanda's Mom), Yolanda Roura, Cuauhtli Roura, Quiche Roura, Elias Hernandez, and Andrew Hernandez.This photograph was taken by Miguel Roura California State University Los Angeles during Yolanda's graduation. She recieved a master's degree in Education.This was the same year that the Olympics came to Los Angeles. Yolanda was the first in her family to receive not only a college degree, but a master's degree in Education.
Wrestler and Chicago Bears fullback Bronko Nagurski poses with a group of women before his match against Vincent Lopez at Wrigley Field. Nagurski won the match in front of 20,000 fans to defend his title as world heavyweight champion
Women shopping for shirts during the semiannual Dollar Day sale in downtown Los Angeles. Stores hired extra salespersons and the city arranged for extra streetcars and policemen to accommodate the more than 200,000 bargain-hunters who came out for the sale
Two women, one in light dress seated on cushion, one in flowered dress seated on decorated stool or drum, in doorway of Adolph L. Bernheimer residence, with wood carvings above door, circular medallions decorating door, open woodwork around door, driveway, gatehouse, and mountains in background
Women quilting at the Unemployed Citizens' League of Santa Monica, a localized group of self-sustaining and self-respecting people. Many cooperatives like this one emerged in California during the 1930s, specifically in the Los Angeles - Orange County area
2 women, wearing dresses, and 4 men, wearing dark suits and hats (1 with military-style hat), standing in front of building reading Security First National Bank of Los Angeles, smiling, women pinning boutonnieres on 2 of the men
Women looking through a pile of rayon print dresses, priced at $1.69, during the semiannual Dollar Day sale in downtown Los Angeles. Stores hired extra salespersons and the city arranged for extra streetcars and policemen to accommodate the more than 200,000 bargain-hunters who came out for the sale
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"