John Binan and officers at the homicide crime scene of Louise Appier. Binan was the manager of the Virginia Ballroom and the body of Louise Appier was found slain in his apartment. After questioning, John Binan was later released.
Tiger trainer Mabel Stark scratches one of her tigers on the chin. Stark is referred to as the world's first female tiger trainer. Here, she is at Shrine Auditorium for the annual Shrine Charity Circus. The Shrine Charity Circus is a 10-day event, which features an indoor show by the Polack Bros. Circus. Orphaned and underprivileged children are allowed to visit the circus as their admission is paid by affluent members of the community. The circus also travels to the children's hospital to entertain sick children who can't attend. Proceeds from the circus go to Shrine charitable activities.
Betsey Cushing Roosevelt and attorney Basil O'Connor (second from right) speaking to reporters after Mrs. Roosevelt arrived in Los Angeles for her divorce suit against husband James Roosevelt, the eldest son of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The Roosevelts were married for ten years before they separated and Mrs. Roosevelt moved from Los Angeles back to New York, taking the couple's two daughters. James Roosevelt was the first to file for divorce, citing desertion against his wife
Lot full of trucks and trailers at the War Assets Administration's surplus truck and trailer sale at Port Hueneme. The sale was open to veterans only and included 5499 vehicles valued at about $14,000,000 total.