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Military personnel toasting during the Army-Navy maneuvers that took place off the coast of Southern California in late 1946

Sailor takes a swig of brandy from a tiny bottle during the Army-Navy maneuvers that took place off the coast of Southern California in late 1946

Spectators place their bets on opening day of Santa Anita's fourth horse racing season, Arcadia, December 25, 1937

Horses race out of the gate on Derby Day at Santa Anita, February 22, 1937.

Spectators watch a race on opening day of Santa Anita's fourth horse racing season, Arcadia, December 25, 1937

Mrs. A. Julliard Hall, Mrs. Oscar C. Wilcox, Mrs. Priestly A. Horton, and Mrs. Glynn C. Ellsworth, Los Angeles, circa 1940

Los Angeles County's prize-winning Belgian draft horses are sold at auction. April 18, 1934.

Boys taking part in a free summer camp organized by Los Angeles Sheriff Eugene Biscailuz. Circa July 1937.

Spectators place their bets on opening day of Santa Anita's fourth horse racing season, Arcadia, December 25, 1937

Spectators place their bets on opening day of Santa Anita's fourth horse racing season, Arcadia, December 25, 1937

Spectators watch a race on opening day of Santa Anita's fourth horse racing season, Arcadia, December 25, 1937

Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins, Mae Stoneman and Mary La Dame at banquet of the California Federation of Democratic Women's Study Clubs, Los Angeles, 1940

Spectators take a break on opening day of Santa Anita's fourth horse racing season, Arcadia, December 25, 1937

Boy takes part in a free summer camp organized by Los Angeles Sheriff Eugene Biscailuz. Circa July 1937.

Dressed in traditional Scandinavian clothing, 14-year-old Anita Roos sells Mayor Bowron the first ticket to the Finnish Relief bazaar, Los Angeles, 1940

Spectator taking a break between races at Santa Anita Park, Arcadia, March 2, 1940

Mrs. William E. Beatty, chairman of the bowling event during a Women's Field Day Challenge, May 1939

Rescuers carrying David Swaim on a stretcher after he suffered a minor heart attack during a hike in Arroyo Seco Canyon, Los Angeles, December 9, 1946

Beverly Hills Chief of Police Charles C. Blair, District Attorney Buron Fitts, and Gettle family lawyer Ernest E. Noon, Beverly Hills, 1934

"Little America" float in the Toutnament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, 1934