View of crowd at dedication ceremony and tree planting at Olympic Park (Exposition Park). From left to right: Count Henri de Baillet-Latour, president of the International Olympic Committee; William M. Bowen, with his grandson Ralph O. Chick; William May Garland; Rufus B. von KleinSmid; Governor James Rolph. An unidentified man stands beside Gov. Rolph. The University of Southern California campus can be seen in 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.
Related to the article “Rites Open New Woman’s Prison, Penal Institution Without Walls or Bars, Gov. Rolph and Huge Throng at Dedication, Model Home to Be Entered Early in July.” Los Angeles Times, 23 May 1932: 3
James Rolph, center, in suit and tie, holding vase in left hand, extending right hand to receive cane from Lee Edgar Beakley, left, in white suit, with Mrs. Lee Edgar Beakley, holding purse and gloves, between them; Gretchen W. Ellerman, in dress and hat, holding cigarette box, purse, and gloves; C.E. Bobertz, in suit and cravat, at right, all standing in room with rug, paneled wall, and sconces