Possibly related to the article “Girl Gets Way--In Air, Injunction Denied in Fight to Bar Actress From Plane Trip,” Los Angeles Times, 1 Mar. 1927: 11. The article states: Petition for an injunction to prevent Helene Millard, an actress at a Hollywood theater, from flying to the bedside of her father, Royal Millard, reported ill in San Francisco, was denied yesterday by Judge Baird after the court had inspected the airplane said to have been chartered by Miss Millard, and pronounced it safe for the flight. …
"Alice in Wonderland" float in the form of an open book with "Once upon a time" written on the left page. The Red queen is played by Cricket Caukin, the March Hare is played by Marvel Purrucker, the mad Hatter is played by Jean Bellinger, Alice is played by Dorothy Clayton, the little fairy is Laura Jacobson and Eugene Ober and Eugene Pitzer are the gnomes. The float was entered by the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce and this photograph was taken on Orange Grove Blvd. before the start of the Rose Parade.
Photograph of a uniformed man unloading a box from an armored car on commercial street after the Long Beach earthquake. A policeman stands nearby and a dolly is on the sidewalk next to the armored car. Spectators watch from across the street.
James K. Spencer (90) with his wife Sarah M. Kelsey Payne Spencer (84) celebrating his 90th birthday and their sixty-eight years of togetherness. Both were born in Indiana and were married in Kansas in 1867, when Mrs. Spencer was 16 years old. The couple lived in several states and resided in Los Angeles from 1930. They had six children, seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Newton D. Baker, former Secretary of War (left), and Dr. Ernest James Jaqua, first president of Scripps College for Women (right), in cap and gown in front of an ivy-covered Scripps campus building on the day of the dedication of the college.
Related to Los Angeles Times article, “Three Local Boys Compete In Mexican Track Championships: Ramos, Luna and Castillo, High School Products, to Participate in Tampico Classic Next Month," 30 Aug. 1933: A9.