Wearing a protective helmet and boxing gloves King leans against the ring looking in the direction of the camera. Jerry offers him something to drink while Sam Levinsky and Harold Steinman stand on either side of King outside the ring. A crowd of seated men can be seen on the other side of the ring.
Art "Tillie" Shafer and Zeb Terry were members of the Stanford Alumni team that played against Stanford Varsity at Gilmore Stadium on March 26, 1936. Zeb Terry was a former shortstop for the Chicago Cubs and Art Shafer had played with the New York Giants.
Yacht belonging to Willitts J. Hole, Samona II, setting sail from Long Beach with ex-President Herbert Hoover and his fishing party. The fishing party consisted, apart from the ex-President and Mr. Hole, William L. Honnold, Arthur M. Hyde and Harvey S. Mudd.
This photograph appears with Los Angeles Times article, March 27, 1938, "Rancho Santa Anita, A Los Angeles County Beauty Spot. For many years closed to the public, the thirty-acre Rancho Santa Anita Park, with its lake, fifty-one varieties of shrubs and trees, some of them the largest in Southern California, and its historic buildings of the late E.J. (Lucky) Baldwin occupancy, now is open …"
The St. Francis Dam was a 200-foot high concrete gravity-arch dam built between 1924 and 1926 in St. Francisquito Canyon (near present-day Castaic and Santa Clarita). The dam collapsed on March 12, 1928 at two and a half minutes before midnight. The resulting flood killed more than 600 residents plus an unknown number of itinerant farm workers camped in San Francisquito Canyon, making it the 2nd greatest loss of life in California after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. It is considered the worst American civil engineering failure in the 20th century.