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.
Captain Tom Smith, in uniform, standing, and girl identified as Jane, June, or Jami Smith, about 7 years old, seated on shipping container, on ship deck. Lettering on container partially visible, reading "S.S. Tal, canvas"
This photograph appears with the article: Once a Waif, Now a Judge's Legal Son; Youngster Adopted By Bowrons, Superior Judge and Wife Win Official Approval of Son's Papers," Los Angeles Times, July 25, 1934.
Two cyclists standing next to their bicycles at the start of the Transcontinental Bicycle Relay race in Los Angeles with spectators behind them. A sign on a truck behind them reads: "Official Relief Convoy, Los Angeles - New York Transcontinental Bicycle Relay."