Jimmy Demaret, in slacks and striped shirt, accepting check from Norman Chandler, in suit and tie, with Harold McSpaden, in textured shirt and slacks, looking on, with crowd, railing, and umbrella in background, triangular flags overhead, and microphones in foreground
A similar photograph of the same event is captioned, "Gleaming Super-Streamlined New Cars Make Debut Crowds flock about the new 1939 model motorcars at the automobile show which had its opening here last night. Times photo," Los Angeles Times, 13 Nov. 1938: A6
About 3 men, and possibly 1 woman, bent around fallen firefighter Bert Hancock, legs visible, on wet and dirty sidewalk, with 2 men nearby, another man in foreground holding fire hose, at base of ladder leaning on 2-story building marked 1243, Western Candy Box Co., with smoke coming from upstairs windows and roof
Charles "Red" Ruffing and his wife, Pauline Ruffing (née Pauline Mulholland) sit with their bodies facing each other on their sofa in their Long Beach home. They are both looking off to the photo's right, so Pauline is looking over her left shoulder. His left and her right arm are crossed over the sofa back. He wears a long-sleeved button down collared shirt, and slacks, and she wears a fringed dark dress with strappy heeled shoes. On the back of a sofa is a square banner with an stars and stripes shield over a baseball.
Charles "Red" Ruffing and his wife, Pauline Ruffing (née Pauline Mulholland), sit together on a sofa. She is seated partially on her husband, and leaning into him. Her left arm is around his neck, and she holds a trophy in each hand. He holds an ashtray with a statue of a pitcher in his hands. The trophies and the ashtray are presents from his wife. They are both smiling and looking at something off camera. He wears a collared button-down shirt with his sleeves rolled up and slacks; she wears a fringed dark dress and brooch.