Enterence for Santa Claus Lane was at Hollywood and Vine Blvds in Hollywood. E. J. Shurtz was chairman of Santa Claus Lane Committee and manager of the Broadway Hollywood. Strasburg was also in a leadership position on the committee.
Pictured is "Pop-eye," the two-year-old Persian housecat in the arms of his owner, Miss Betty Jean Welch. Pop-eye became famous for killing a four-foot-long black diamond rattlesnake. The snake invaded Pop-eye's backyard, wherein Pop-eye defended his territory and bravely defeated the reptilian invader.
A different portrait of Claire Borin appears with the caption: Claire Borin, seeking separate maintenance from her wealthy mate, who seeks divorce [with the article "Borin Wins In Love Row; Court Tells Chicagoan, Now Suing Asher, to Ignore Wife's Mexico Case," Los Angeles Times, August 24, 1935].