At the Tenth Olympiad banquet at the Biltmore, John C. Porter (Mayor of Los Angeles), Frank Merriam (Lieutenant Governor 1932-1934), Harry Chandler, James Rolph (Governor of California 1931-1934), 1 unidentified man, Adolph Schleicher (President of the Chamber of Commerce), Charles Curtis (Vice President 1929-1933) and others seated on one side of a banquet table in the Biltmore Hotel ballroom.
While San Francisco Mayor James Rolph was traveling to Los Angeles he ran into actor and longtime friend Bill Hart on the train, where the men discovered that they both still use a boot jack to help remove their footwear.
Photograph of impresario L. E. Behymer awarded the Golden Palms of the Crown of Belgium at a Rotary Club luncheon at the Biltmore Hotel. Also present are Charles Winsel, Vice-Consul of Belgium (left), Constant Franke, a Belgian officer, who pins the medal on Behymer, and Michel A. Zuniga, a Vice-Consul of Belgium. The honor was awarded in recognition of Behymer's services to Belgian war victims and to Belgian artists visiting the United States.