A similar photograph appears with the article, "Police Quiz Actress, Bern’s Suicide Still Mystery, Jean Harlow Near Collapse as Police Seek Motive for Mate Killing Self, His Last Note, Referring to 'Wrong' and 'Comedy' Remain Unexplained," Los Angeles Times, 7 Sep. 1932: 1.
Bird's-eye view of Cabrillo Beach bathhouse, with beach in foreground, about 6 people scattered on beach, tall 4-masted schooner and other boats in ocean in background. A painted sign on the tower reads: "Cabrillo Bath House / Dept. of Playground & Recreation / City of Los Angeles."
Photograph of Jay Kellogg on horseback in cowboy attire. He is on a street in front of a warehouse. The sign on the truck behind him reads "Los Angeles Transfer Co." Kellogg was a substitute pastor at the Angelus Temple during the absence of Aimee Semple McPherson in 1932.
This photograph appears with the article “Hitch Prevents Jail Releases, Sixty-Six Held Under Wright Act Disappointed, Rolph Pardons Expected to Reach City Today, Status of New Arrivals in Bastile Debated.” Los Angeles Times, 21 Dec. 1932: A3