Photograph of participants in the Olvera Street memorial service for Los Angeles Times columnist Harry Carr, beneath a striped canvas awning with mourners beneath umbrellas further back. The Chito Montoya stringed orchestra plays in the foreground and singers face a microphone (for radio KMTR), in the center. It is draped with a black wreath and black-rimmed photograph of Mr. Carr bearing the farewell "Vaya Va Con Dios." Ernesto A. Romero, Vice-Culsul for Mexico in Los Angeles, wears a trench coat and glasses (right). In front of him in a black lace veil and holding a sheet of music is Consuela de Bonzo, a Mexican community leader (owner of the restaurant Casa La Golondrina at 17 Olvera St.).
Photograph of Charles Cohen holding a newspaper with photographs that show the rescue of passengers from the steamer Dixie. Mr. Cohen is in his home and in the background there is a piece of wooden furniture.
Elmer Maiden directs ten chorus girls in rehearsal for a vaudeville show sponsored by the Works Progress Administration. The show toured Civilian Conservation Corps camps. The rehearsal took place at 843 South Hope street.
Photograph of impresario L. E. Behymer awarded the Golden Palms of the Crown of Belgium at a Rotary Club luncheon at the Biltmore Hotel. Also present are Charles Winsel, Vice-Consul of Belgium (left), Constant Franke, a Belgian officer, who pins the medal on Behymer, and Michel A. Zuniga, a Vice-Consul of Belgium. The honor was awarded in recognition of Behymer's services to Belgian war victims and to Belgian artists visiting the United States.
Photograph of Dr. A. L. Skoog, defense psychiatrist from Kansas City, Missouri; assistant jailer Roy Bogle, and defense attorney Jerome Walsh (also of Kansas City), photographed during the trial of William Edward Hickman, who confessed to the kidnap and murder 12-year-old Marion Parker in December of 1927.
A similar photograph appears with Los Angeles Times article, January 29, 1934, Lizard Peolpe’s [sic] Catacomb City Hunted, Engineer Sinks Shaft Under Fort Moore Hill to Find Maze of Tunnels and Priceless Treasures of Legendary Inhabitants. … G. Warren Shufelt, geophysical mining engineer now engaged in an attempt to wrest from the lost city deep in the earth below Fort Moore Hill the secrets of the Lizard People of legendary fame in the medicine lodges of the American Indian. …
Dan O. Hoye, Chief Accountant for the city controller, and Walter C. Peterson, from the Bureau of Budget and Efficiency, confer at a desk with papers. William H. Neal, assistant city attorney, is on the left, in the City Council Chamber in City Hall.
Nine chorus girls pose for a photograph during a rehearsal for a vaudeville show sponsored by the Works Progress Administration. The show toured Civilian Conservation Corps camps. The rehearsal took place at 843 South Hope street.