View of golf champion Ruth Tustin with golf club raised. At this time she was a sophomore at Marlborough School and one of the youngest golf champions of the junior membership at the Wilshire Country Club, as reported in the Los Angeles Times, September 30, 1935.
Pictured: Smith presides over the swearing in ceremony of Eardley and Hughes. With one hand raised in oath, Smith holds a Bible in the other hand, while the two other men also raise their hands in oath. They appear to be in an office. On the wall is a picture of Franklin Roosevelt and a map of the Southern Pacific Railroad Line.
This photograph appears in the article "Parade Will Mark Fiesta: Mexicans Go on March Today, Gala Program Arranged for Freedom Anniversary of Latin Republic, Dances to Feature Festival." Los Angeles Times, 15 Sept. 1935.
Smiling, and seated from left to right are: Diana Gibson, Billy Burrud, and Marion Bell. In the photograph, the three actors are presumably signing film contracts with Universal Pictures. The article, "Youngster Gets Role, Contract" only references Burrud in recent contract dealings with Universal. This image was not included with the article.
Gordon Stewart Northcott and his mother Louisa were accused of kidnapping, abusing & murdering 4 boys on their chicken ranch in Riverside County. Louisa confessed to killing one boy; Walter Collins and was sentenced to life in prison. Gordon was tried and convicted on 3 counts for murdering Louis & Nelson Winslow & an unidentified Latino boy. He was executed by hanging on October 2, 1930.