Four uniformed soldiers, 2 carrying flags (1 American flag, 1 probably the flag of the 160th Infantry), 2 carrying rifles, marching on grassy area, with officer in the act of saluting at left, other saluting hands visible at left edge, with about 60 other soldiers and crowd of civilians in background
About 25 soldiers in uniforms and helmets standing outside baggage car of train marked Pacific Lines, with 2 soldiers in train doorway, man with camera at right. The train is stopped on Exposition Blvd just west of Figueroa Blvd. at the Exposition Armory. The soldiers are loading or unloading military equipment.
The Exposition Park Armory was designed in 1912 by architect John W. Woollett. It opened in 1914. A later name is the Wallis Annenberg Building for Science Learning and Innovation at the California Science Center.
About 150 soldiers in uniforms and helmets marching in lines alongside Santa Fe train passenger cars, near the Exposition Park Armory on Exposition Blvd., with the 2nd story of Bridge Hall on the University of Southern California campus visible behind the train. There are cars in the right background.