View of the interior of a stately house, probably the 1898 house of General Harrison Grey Otis, which became the Otis Art Institute in 1918 (located at 2410 Wilshire Blvd.). There is carved chest supporting a floral bouquet in front of a fireplace with a carved stone mantle. In the room beyond there appears to be art work on exhibition.
Photograph of a stylized landscape painting by an Otis Art Institute student, with a view towards a lawn and house from a front gate. The painting is on a wall above a table covered with fabric and holding a footed metal bowl flanked by decorative metal candle holders and small paintings in decorative metal frames.
Photograph of over 40 members of the Los Angeles Japanese community gathered in the café of Tabin Kato for a dinner. Kato is seated at a table with a large turkey on a platter next to (former?) police Chief George K. Home. Three boys at the table behind Kato wear scout uniforms.