H. H. West Jr. and William Shaw stand next to H. H. West's car en route to Twin Lakes from Los Angeles. Shaw holds his hands at his waist and wears a hat and glasses. West wears a visor and has his hands behind his back. The car is packed with luggage.
Sign attached to a tree at the summit of Tioga Pass: "Tioga Pass Elev. 9941 Ft., Mono National Forest: Lee Vining Ranger Station, Hammond Mono Lake, Farrington's, Bridgeport; Yosemite National Park: Tuolomne, Lake Tenaya, Sequoia, Camp Curry."
Related to the article, "Flames Spread Ruin and Menace Highway Travel. Ridge Route Fire Spreads. Blaze which Destroys Forest Inn and Dozen Cabins Leaps to Highways and Perils Travels." Los Angeles Times, 15 Oct. 1932: A1.
Members of the Carthay Circle Women's Club around a table. Five of the women sit, all of the women wear a hat. The table is set with glasses, a candle, flowers, and silverware. There are other tables in the background.
View of Mrs. Fannie M. Patterson, seated, back to viewer, in dress, holding cards, Mrs. Baxter Willoughby, seated, facing viewer, in blouse, holding cards, Mrs. Emma Lee Moore, seated, facing viewer, in necklace, brooch, lace collared blouse, holding cards, and Mrs. Minnie Case Beer, seated, profile to viewer, in glasses, necklace, dress, holding cards. Emma Lee Moore celebrated her 90th birthday with residents at Arroyo Lodge, home for elderly people.
Related to the article, "George Jessel Signs Agreement with Schenck-Zanuck Studio Organization. Star Joins Actors Busy Behind Screen. Barbara Stanwyck and Preston Foster Leads in Buffalo Bill Feature; Bette Davis to Glean Again in 'Woman From Yesterday'." Los Angeles Times, 22 July 1935: 15.