William G. Bonelli (second from left), State Board of Equalization member, and Merle Templeton (far right), Chief Liquor Control Officer, both charged with involvement in a liquor license bribe scandal in which they allegedly conspired to extort money from liquor retailers under threat of causing them to lose their liquor license. Far left is A. Brigham Rose, attorney for Ed Levine, another alleged member of the pay-off ring, which included at least six members. Second from right is Judge Carlos S. Hardy, who was not the judge for the trial
A photograph of Sidney T. Graves, covering his face with a newspaper as he is transferred from L.A. County Jail to San Quentin Penitentiary. Graves was convicted of bribery a year before, after accepting a sum of $80,000 in connection with the high San Gabriel dam project. At that time, Graves had been a county Supervisor. He was sentenced to one to fourteen years imprisonment for his crime.
Property purchased to be used for Father Divine's International Peace Mission movement. Father Divine, also known as Reverend M.J. Divine was a controversial African American spiritual leader from 1907-1965. He founded the International Peace Mission movement and claimed to be God
Roosevelt, along with other dignitaries, toured the city by motorcade during his first visit as President. Central Station was located at Fifth and Alameda Street. Man speaking to Roosevelt is unknown.