Two men pick up food at a cooperative located at 21st and Santee St. in Los Angeles. Many self-sustaining communities like this one emerged in California during the 1930s, specifically in the Los Angeles - Orange County area
Woman baking pies at a cooperative located at 21st and Santee St. in Los Angeles. Many self-sustaining communities like this one emerged in California during the 1930s, specifically in the Los Angeles - Orange County area
Frank L. Shaw accepts an invitation to the formal opening of the Nsei festival from "Miss 'Lil Tokio" Alice Watanabe and her attendants. In front, left to right, Fukiko Hori, Alice Watanabe, Frank L. Shaw, and Kay Okamoto. In the back, left to right, Miye Fujioka and Mary Ota.
Woman in a hat looking at a pile of Maycrest fancy back playing cards, priced at 4 decks for 79 cents, during the semiannual Dollar Day sale in downtown Los Angeles. Stores hired extra salespersons and the city arranged for extra streetcars and policemen to accommodate the more than 200,000 bargain-hunters who came out for the sale
Woman and man talking to teenagers skipping school standing outside Hamilton's jewelry store in downtown Los Angeles. The truancy problem prompted the 10th District Congress of Parents and Teachers to recommend an expansion of the truancy detail, which would include increasing personnel in outlying portions of the district as well as on beaches
Spectators at a game between Santa Clara Broncos and the Loyola Lions in Los Angeles. Head Coach Buck Shaw's Broncos were as-yet undefeated in the 1937 season and prevailed against Loyola, eventually finishing the 1937 season 9-0 and winning the Sugar Bowl against #8 team LSU. October 24, 1937.