View of a tow truck connected to an automobile with a rope at the flooded intersection at West First Street and Juanita Avenue. A man next to the car has the hood up and is looking at the engine. Signs on the truck read "Transfer" and "Express."
J.F. Bourne kneels on one knee in front of an open mailbox. Postmaster Briggs leans over Bourne's shoulder looking inside the mailbox. Behind them stands another man, and on the other side of the open mailbox another man crouches down. It is not distinguished which of these men is Walter Brownsweiger.
Photograph of attorney Arthur Verge (at center) with Frank Sebastian, night club operator, and Walter Pollock, his floor manager, standing in courtroom filled with spectators. Sebastian and Pollock were previously cited for contempt when they refused to testify during a special Senate committee investigating administration of the Liquor Control Act in Los Angeles County. The charges were dismissed.
About 75 uniformed soldiers, most sitting or lying on floor, with rifles, helmets, and backpacks, about 12 standing or walking, in the interior of the Exposition Park Armory, with about 4 civilians observing from the mezzanine level