View across the 3rd floor of the Roberti Brothers' furniture factory, located at the corner of 14th St. and McGary St. in Los Angeles, with 4 workers and several rolls of batting on the floor. A skylight illuminates the center of the space.
Street level view of a section of the intersection between West 1st Street and Main Street in Downtown Los Angeles. There are businesses such as dentists and cleaners. An advertisement for the "Ringling Bros" is on the building to the right. In the left background is an advertisement for the "New Times Building."
This photograph is likely related to the articles, "COMMANDER BYRD SAILS FOR FROZEN ANTARCTIC: Thousands Cheer as All-American Soldiers of Science Depart; Last Word Sent by 'Times',” and “Flags Flutter and Whistles Toot Farewell,” Los Angeles Times, 11 Oct. 1928: A1
Contingents of marines and sailors, shown below, from the Battle Fleet presented a striking feature of Preparedness Parade yesterday as with gleaming rifles they marched down Spring street past City Hall. Soldiers, sailors, marines, National Guardsmen, reserve officers and veterans' organizations including the American Legion took part in the demonstration of preparedness.
P. D. Ackerman is sitting behind a desk, applying fingerprint powder with a brush onto one of three guns found on the site of Julia Graham's suicide. Two candlestick phones are on a table next to him. Part of a calendar for July 1935 can be seen on the wall behind him. Underneath a clear protective desk cover, there appear to be sheets of phone numbers to various police agencies.