This photograph is possibly related to the article "Robinson Arrives in City. Assistant Secretary of Navy to Inspect Home-coming Battle Fleet Off Coast This Morning." Los Angeles Times, 26 Sep. 1925: 7.
Dorothy Woody, Lillian M. Le Valley, Geraldine Borch, and Isabelle Allen organizing a charitable event for the Women's Auxiliary of the American Legion. Three of the women sit at typewriters, which are placed on a dining room table. Behind them, a tapestry hangs on the wall. There are stacks of paper on the table, along with pens and ink.
William Frederickson Jr. was general manager of Los Angeles Dept. of Recreation and Parks. Dr. C.H. Cleminshaw was director of Griffith Observatory. The projector was built by the German company Carl Zeiss.
The fifty foot fresco was one of the 2 largest frescoes created under the Public Works of Art Project (PWAP). The other is the "Pastoral California" frescoe, also by Kassler. Damaged by rain runoff over the years, the Bison Hunt fresco was painted over in 1963. When the Tom Bradley wing was added to the Library, the entrance to what was the children’s department was moved to become the entrance to the Mark Taper Auditorium, and the children’s court was also relocated, including the sculptures by Lee Lawrie.