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.""
Photographer's note: "Swinging against a graffiti backdrop at South Park in South Central Los Angeles from left to rt: Zussett Navarro, 5 Vivian Robles, 4 and Melissa Navarro, 7. The park is one of the mayor's urban impact parks and not only will be cleaned and greened nut new playground equipment will be added."
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"
Possibly connected to Los Angeles Times article, August 17, 1933, Bel-Air Fete to Raise Fund to Beautify City. …The meeting was called by Mrs. John D. Fredericks, president of the Women’s Service Auxiliary of the [C]hamber [of Commerce] … sponsored by the vacant lots and parkways section of the chamber’s civic beautification committee, of which Mrs. Gerald B. Burtnett is chairman … Features of the fete will include … a buffet lunch at noon … Mayor Shaw and the City Park Commission, of which Mrs. Max Socha is president, have offered their assistance
Following a breakfast hosted by the Los Angeles Breakfast Club at the Ambassador Hotel, Prince and Princess Kaya of Japan obligingly pose for a photograph with the club's dappled wooden horse with, with the Prince holding a golden statuette of a saddled horse, a symbol of the esteem of the club membership.