Related to Los Angeles Times article, June 6, 1931, Trojan Events Today Doubled, Doheny Memorial Precedes Graduation, Coliseum to See Conferring of 1330 Diplomas, Ground-Breaking to Initiate Commemorative Library
Ivy Day procession, led by two young men in suits and ties carrying ivy, followed by about 15 young women in white dresses carrying ivy, then long line of graduates in caps and gowns, with buildings at right, lawn at left
View of a float in the Loyalty Day Parade with 3 riders, two in colonial period costumes playing drums, a U.S. flag, a broken wagon wheel, and signs reading "Grauman's Egyptian Theatre..," "Graumans ...The Big Parade, Last Week." Spectators watch from sidewalk. Signs on a commercial building at 101 address read "Pacific Furniture Company," "Meubles al Contado y en Abonos."