Lillian Copeland was an American athlete, who excelled in weight throwing. She has been called "the most successful female discus thrower in U.S. history," and held multiple titles in shot put and javelin throwing as well. In the 1928 Olympics she won the silver medal for the discus throw and in 1932 she won the gold medal in this event.
A similar photograph appears with Los Angeles Times article, January 29, 1934, Lizard Peolpe’s [sic] Catacomb City Hunted, Engineer Sinks Shaft Under Fort Moore Hill to Find Maze of Tunnels and Priceless Treasures of Legendary Inhabitants. … G. Warren Shufelt, geophysical mining engineer now engaged in an attempt to wrest from the lost city deep in the earth below Fort Moore Hill the secrets of the Lizard People of legendary fame in the medicine lodges of the American Indian. …
George Godfrey, heavyweight boxer, wearing pinstripe dress pants and a tie, posing with anvil outside a brick building with a sign reading "KHJ" over the door. The location may be the KHJ radio studio and towers atop the Los Angeles Times building at 1st and Broadway.
Henry B. R. Briggs was the Postmaster of Los Angeles from February 1, 1934 to his death (from pneumonia) on September 28, 1936. Prior to that, he was the publisher and editor of the Los Angeles Record.