Woman baking pies at a cooperative located at 21st and Santee St. in Los Angeles. Many self-sustaining communities like this one emerged in California during the 1930s, specifically in the Los Angeles - Orange County area
Little Tokyo in Los Angeles was dubbed "Bronzeville" during World War Two, as African American families and workers moved into the empty homes and businesses of the relocated Japanese American community.
Two women in fur coats shake hands at the 11th annual charity ball and dinner of the Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged, held in the Biltmore Bowl. The theme was patriotic and Bob Hope, George Murphy and Jerry Colona presided as masters of ceremony
Two unidentified men share a box of Cracker Jack on a bench during the annual Iowa Picnic. The Iowa Picnic was an annual gathering of Iowans living in Los Angeles and Long Beach. The gathering brought together over 100,000 people in 1935 and was often held at Bixby Park and Lincoln Park.