This was Herbert Moore's first meeting on the Citizens' Relief Committee for LACRA (Los Angeles County Relief Administration). Herbert Moore was a Long Beach lawyer and former director of Long Beach's Better Business Bureau.
Royal Leonard sits in the witness box and is reading a paper he holds in his hands. Two unidentified men are in front of him, one sitting at a table, and one standing, blurred. A chalkboard is behind the two men with the judge's name on it. Florence Suddarth is seated on the far right of the photo, behind a table; she is partially cut off.
Marguerite Talcott stands on a porch with five of her children: Betty (later, Elizabeth Talcott Brandt), Rodney (Rodney D. Talcott Jr.), Tom (Tom Meade Talcott), and Peggy (later, Marguerite Talcott Shield). The smallest child is misidentified as another Betty on the negative sleeve, but is probably Frank R. Talcott, who would have been about 3 when this photo was taken. A sixth child, Patricia Ann Talcott is not pictured, who would have been 10.
From left to right: Lawrence C. Murphy, Dr. Jack Loop, Father J. De Prada, Mayor Albert Grieb, Hugo A. Norin, and an unidentified man. They stand at one of the entrances to the Mission San Gabriel, slated for restoration.
Photo (cropped) appears with article "MRS. DAY FREED IN ACID APPEAL: Guilty Verdict Quashed on Legal Technicality Assert Finding in First Count Voids Conviction Charges Held Alike Despite Minor Differences," Los Angeles Times,18 Nov 1925: A8.