Photograph of Hamilton Fish, national Republican party leader being greeted as the station upon his arrival by local leaders, Leo Anderson and Edward Shattuck, executives of the Los Angeles County Republican Assembly, and W. E. Evans, a former representative.
Cook is positioned at an incline where he lies in bed, supported from behind his head by a pillow. He wears a striped pajama shirt and holds a large photograph of Ted Key in the middle of a football play.
This photograph, cropped, appears with Los Angeles Times article, November 2, 1933, New Director of Federal Service, Berkshire Takes Over Post Here, New Immigration and Naturalization Head in Consolidated Office
Mrs. Ralph C. Long, Mrs. James Broderick, Mildred Jenal, and Clara Weigel prepare for a fund raising event hosted by the Loyola University Guild. Two of the women sit at a desk and two stand. All of the women wear hats. One woman writes in a notebook. On the desk there is a telephone, a lamp, and other office accoutrements. Three portraits hang on the wall behind them, including one of Franklin D. Roosevelt.