Girls in a golf class at the Wilshire Country Club with their instructor, first row, L to R: instructor Howard Beall, Betty Gray, Kathryn Gray' secoond row, L to R: Ellinore Franklin, Margaret Durkee, Mary Pike, Lucia Raymond, Florence Raymond, Jane Woolacott, Wanda Pike, Jean Popall. An apartment building located at 316 N. Rossmore Ave. is visible in the background on the right.
Girls in a golf class at the Wilshire Country Club with their instructor, L to R: Betty Gray, Ellinore Franklin, Kathryn Gray, Margaret Durkee, Mary Pike, instructor Howard Beall, Lucia Raymond, Florence Raymond, Jane Woolacott, Wanda Pike, Jean Popall.
This image is related to the newspaper photograph showing Frank A. Bouelle receiving the Pehr Henrik Ling medal, with the caption: "Health Efforts Recognized, School Official Wins Ling Medal; Altruist's Reward, State Senator McKinley presents Frank A. Bouelle, superintendent of schools, with Ling Medal" Los Angeles Times, December 17, 1931.
George Godfrey, "The Leiperville Shadow," was the ring name of Feab Smith Williams, a heavyweight boxer from the state of Alabama who fought from 1919-1937. Godfrey twice won the World Colored Heavyweight Championship. In 2003, Godfrey was named to the Ring Magazine's list of 100 greatest punchers of all time.
Related to the article “Red Grange and George Wilson Collide Today, All-American Stars in Great Coliseum Game, Expect More Than 75,000 Fans to Watch Athletes in Action; Bears Doped to Win,” Los Angeles Times, 16 Jan. 1926: 9