This photograph was likely taken in August, 1930 when Schneider completed the 4 day flight from New Jersey to Los Angeles, breaking a transcontinental air speed record for pilots under the age of twenty-one.
Young actresses Betty Burgess and Olympe Bradna shake hands while holding their film studio contracts. One girl wears a striped blouse while the other a light-colored dress. The article was commenting on how young female movie performers such as Burgess and Bradna no longer needed chaperons to accompany them while on set. Whereas the previous generational trend was to constantly have a female chaperon on hand, especially mothers.
Deson graduated from Cambridge University in 1933. He, along with his mother, wife of the Chinese Ambassador Alfred Sze, are passing through Los Angeles on their way to San Francisco to eventually board the S.S. President Pierce for China.
Photograph of a Wrigley Ocean Marathon swimmer rescued from the cold water of the Catalina Channel standing on the gang plank of a boat covered with a blanket. Spectators watch from either side of the gang plank.
Ernie "Dirty" Dusek and Vincent López (born Daniel Vincent Lopez de Vinaspre) grappling in a wrestling ring. A referee stands to the left. The match was part of Lou Daro's International Wrestling Tournament, Olympic Auditorium.