File photograph of Paul Lowry, turf specialist of the Times for 25 years until his retirement in 1959. He covered races at Santa Anita, Hollywood Park and Del Mar. He served as an automotive and sports editor before becoming the turf writer.
Frank Kurtz, aviator, seated on his plane "Yankee Boy" in an airport hangar. Kurtz is dressed in flight gear, including leather jacket and trousers, fur gloves, a cap and goggles. He holds maps in one hand.
This photograph appears in the article, "Trail of Fire Demon Now Only Blackened Waste. Millions Lost in Fire Areas. Brush Flames Subdued Over Four Districts. San Bernardino Sections Still Ablaze. Glendale Plans Check Dams to Prevent Peril." Los Angeles Times, 6 Dec. 1927: A1.
David R. Faries (center) and D. V. Nicholson present to County Registrar of Voters William M. Kerr (left) stacks of petitions against the state personal income tax initiative that was set to go into effect January 1.
This photograph appears with the article, "Ex-Banker Ends Life: Poverty Causes Suicide in Park William L. McKee, Without Funds or Job, Kills Self in Pershing Square," Los Angeles Times, 24 Aug. 1935: 1.
Schumann-Heink, left, and Mayor Frank Shaw, center, watch the Memorial Day parade from a table at the Coliseum field. An unidentified woman sits beside Mayor Shaw. Schumann-Heink sand the "Star-Spangled Banner" that day.
Pianist seated at an upright piano with dance director Elmer Maiden and chorus girls gathered around 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.
Exterior view of Bullocks store for men, an expansion of the original Bullock's department store. Possibly related to the article "NEW STORE OPENS TODAY: Bullock's Latest Downtown Structure to Be Home for Men's Clothing and Accessories," Los Angeles Times, 03 Apr. 1934
The Globe Mills exhibit at the Food and Household Show, sponsored by the Southern California Retail Association. A sign above the exhibit reads, "Globe 'A1' Products." Other signs on the exhibit read, "Pancake & Waffle Flour," "Sesame Oil," "Complete Biscuit Flour," "The World's Finest." Three people stand in front of the exhibit. In the background, there are displays of various products, and there are also products lined up on the counter at the front of the exhibit.
Photograph of Rose Lavender, known as "Apple Annie," next to her fruit cart the morning after a robbery. She holds the crow bar that the robber used to break into her stand. The fruit cart was located at the State Building at 120 N. Broadway.
Coroner Frank Nance, seated at elevated desk in courtroom or inquest room, Los Angeles Superintendent of Parks Frank Shearer, seated at witness stand holding metal can, 5 or 6 men in jury box at right, man standing in foreground
Girls in bathing suits at a Los Angeles beach pretend to practice for the Wrigley Ocean Marathon. Eight girls prone on beach chairs do the crawl stroke as others watch from behind. Many of the spectators hold musical instruments including a clarinet, 2 saxophones, a bass, a violin, a trumpet, a banjo and a drum.