Mrs. Rheta Lorraine Gum stands in her storeroom/garage where she had received a bite from a black widow spider. Her bitten arm is held in a sling, as she holds a creosote spray up towards where the spiders were living. Her dog Nip lays on the shelf looking for any remaining spiders.
Parrott sits at the head of a table, on the right, with a handkerchief held to his face. Two women sit at the table with him and a full courtroom is visible in the background.From left to right: Investigators Klein, Yarrow, and Winn observe the courtroom beside Mrs. Louise Powers, witness, on the right.
This photograph appears with the article, "Porter Secretary Admits Aiding Fugitive's Flight; Arrested Sleuth Says Mosher Told Him to Flee After Walkup 'Frame-up' Plot Exposed." Los Angeles Times, 25 Jun. 1932: A1.
Dana Wynter and another woman pose on a terrace in the gardens of Mrs. Howard Ahmanson's home in Los Angeles. She was awarded one of the ten best dressed women in Los Angeles by the Mannequins of the Assistance League of Southern California at the "Afternoon With Eve" award ceremony.