Walter P. Story, in uniform, being awarded Order of the Crown of Italy, with Italian officer pinning medal, with four National Guard soldiers standing in a row behind holding two flags (one American), with wall in background, photographed at night
This photograph, cropped, appears with Los Angeles Times article, May 31, 1934, Thousands Join in City’s Tributes to Wars’ Dead, Coliseum Exercises Draw Largest Memorial Day Throngs, With Many Programs Elsewhere
Colonel Harcourt Hervey was the commander of the 160th infantry regiment. Oscar A. Trippet was a lawyer and the president of the Los Angeles Junior Chamber of Commerce. Roy Stockton was Chief of the State Division of Employment Service.