The Patterson Field track at Occidental College occupies the bottom half of the image and stretches back on an angle to the left. In the mid-ground at left, several runners sprint towards the camera and to the finish line. Nearest to camera, and first to the tape, is Don Plumb of Pomona College. He raises both arms in the air as his chest meets the tape. Following behind him at left and right are Occidental College runners, Sid Todd and Ivan Belman. Meet officials stand at far right along the outer edge of the track. Crowded stands occupy the background at center and left.
ANSWER: This is going to be brief because the subject of the photo was so obvious: Sure, it is the Eagle Rock in the Annandale Hills and after which the community farthermost in the northeastern section of Los Angeles' city limits is located. Dumb remark: It's been there for years.
About 18 football players and 2 referees on football field, with photographers, players, and spectators in foreground, bleachers half-filled with spectators and trees in background. Occidental players Rex Huddleston (37) and Dan Jeffries (38) at right center.
Shirley Atkins wears a wedding gown from the era of Lincoln's residency while reading George Washington's acceptance speech in a copy of the New York Daily Gazette which was printed after his election, in addition to these heirlooms there is a silver cake dish used for serving George Washington, a brass mortar and pestle, Lincoln-era Paisley shawl and 1879 book, "Domestic Medicine," sponsored by the Eagle Rock Parent-Teacher Association.
Possibly related to the article, "OXY TRACKMEN DEFEAT POMONA: Tigers Vanquish Old Rivals 97 2-3 to 42 1-3 Pollard Springs Surprise to Capture Half-Mile Four Bengal Athletes Score Double Victories OXY TRACKMEN DEFEAT POMONA," Los Angeles Times, 12 Mar. 1932: E1