In the near distance at center, Governor James Rolph stands up behind a banner and faces camera as he speaks during the dedication of Kerckhoff Hall at UCLA. The banner in front of him is decorated with the UCLA crest and text, which reads, "UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT LOS ANGELES." Several people sit behind Governor Rolph and look towards him as he speaks. To the left, a portion of the building enters frame. Behind the other attendees, the east-facing facade of Kerckhoff Hall stretches across the background.
At the Tenth Olympiad banquet at the Biltmore, John C. Porter (Mayor of Los Angeles), Frank Merriam (Lieutenant Governor 1932-1934), Harry Chandler, James Rolph (Governor of California 1931-1934), 1 unidentified man, Adolph Schleicher (President of the Chamber of Commerce), Charles Curtis (Vice President 1929-1933) and others seated on one side of a banquet table in the Biltmore Hotel ballroom.
Text from newspaper caption: Secretary of War and Governors Who Are Guests of Los Angeles William Stephens, former Governor of California; Gov. Rolph, Gov Paul V. McNutt of Indiana, Gov. George White of Ohio, Gov. C. Ben Ross of Idaho, Gov. Theodore F. Green of Rhode Island, Gov. Guy B. Park of Missouri, Gov. F. H. Cooney of Montana, Gov. Wilbur L. Cross of Connecticut, Gov. John G. Winant of New Hampshire, Gov. Ibra C. Blackwood of South Carolina, and George H. Dern, Secretary of War. [Los Angeles Times, 29 Jul. 1933: A1]