Note on negative sleeve states: "Singer Pat Boone, his wife, Shirley, and children, left to right, Lindy, Cherry, Laurie, and Debbie, arrive by American Airlines jet from New York. Boone is here to make science fiction picture, "A Journey to the Center of the Earth.""
Composer, arranger and pianist Percy Grainger greeted at the Los Angeles train station by Florence M. Irish as he arrives for a concert and his August 9 wedding to Ella Viola Strom at the Hollywood Bowl
Mabel V. Socha, Agnes Fredericks, and Artie W. Burtnett, in dresses and hats, Mrs. Fredericks holding gavel, standing at table with plates and glasses, with 6 portraits of men on wall in background. The luncheon location is the Chamber of Commerce at 12th St. and Broadway.
Frank L. Shaw accepts an invitation to the formal opening of the Nsei festival from "Miss 'Lil Tokio" Alice Watanabe and her attendants. In front, left to right, Fukiko Hori, Alice Watanabe, Frank L. Shaw, and Kay Okamoto. In the back, left to right, Miye Fujioka and Mary Ota.
View of Byron Brainard, seated in tie and jacket with arm around daughter, Thelma Brainard, in dress. Byron B. Brainard was an electrician, auto mechanic, auto salesman, real estate broker and community newspaper editor who was also a Los Angeles City Council member between 1933 and 1939.
Popular Culver City professional golfer Fay Coleman demonstrates the "right" and "wrong" form of various swings. Coleman, born into a family of golfers, was associated with the Los Angeles Country Club, and had a successful amateur career. In later years, he taught at the country club.