Related to the article “Hitch Prevents Jail Releases, Sixty-Six Held Under Wright Act Disappointed, Rolph Pardons Expected to Reach City Today, Status of New Arrivals in Bastile Debated.” Los Angeles Times, 21 Dec. 1932: A3
In 1926-1927, Crown Prince Gustav Adolf and Crown Princess Louise of Sweden made an international trip around the world to benefit Swedish interests, which was described as a great success, especially the trip to the USA, during which they travelled over the nation from New York to San Francisco.
Boxers Young Stribling and Eddie Huffman fighting at Ascot Arena, outdoors, photographed from edge of ring, ropes visible on three sides, fighters clinched, referee in right foreground, with first row of audience just visible beyond ring
Priscilla Lawson, in dress, coat, and hat with flowers, holding gloves, and two other women, probably models, one in dress, fur stole, and hat with feathers, one in dotted dress and hat with veil, all standing in hallway. The fachion show took place in the Los Angeles Times building on 202 West 1st Street, most likely inside what is now the Harry Chandler Auditorium. Two pieces of paper tacked onto the doors behind the models contain the names of department stores (?) and motion picture studios: on L: "[Br]oadway..." and on R:" 20th Century-Fox, R-K-O, Warner Bros, Universal, M-G-M, United Artists, Walter Wanger."
Not for the first time in his life Victor McLaglen is being brought to court, this time for a suit by studio electrician George R. Cooper for $524.60, with McLaglen claiming that Cooper gave an estimate of $280 for the job and he was paid almost twice that number.
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.