The tall and dark plumes of smoke fill the cloudy sky as several reservoirs containing hundreds of thousands of barrels of oil were set afire by lightning at the Brea tank farm of the Union Oil Company. The photo was taken from a nearby fruit grove and the soil appears to be flooded by the oil. Reported in "SECOND TANK FARM AFIRE; LOSSES REACH $18,000,000," The San Francisco Examiner, 09 Apr. 1926: 1.
Count Roman Potocki departs the train station from Los Angeles after visiting Hollywood, Beverly Hills, and Pasadena while on a tour through the United States and Canada. Photo appears with the article "Count Potocki, Polish Nobleman, Ends Visit Here," Los Angeles Times, 21 June 1928: A13.
Close view of firefighters on ladder hauling hose and fighting flames at Newmark Bros. building. Photo appears with the article, "TONS OF COFFEE BURNED: Afternoon Blaze in Newmark Building Destroys Stock and Machinery With Loss of $100,000," Los Angeles Times, 30 Nov. 1928: A1.
Eunice Pringle sitting in a wicker chair with eyes closed and head leaning on hand during the Alexander Pantages rape trial. A similar photograph apears in "PRINGLE GIRL WITNESS TODAY: Asserted Attack by Pantages Will Be Described Jury Selected After Two Day Legal Battle Court May Visit Theater to View Offices," Los Angeles Times, 03 Oct. 1929: A1.
Eunice Pringle on the witness stand examining a dress during Alexander Pantages rape trial. A similar photograph appears in "Pantages Accuser Sticks to Story Through Day of Ordeal: YOUNG DANCER AFFIRMS STORY Eunice Pringle Parries All Defense Insinuations Unprintable Charges Hurled at Girl Plaintiff Mixed Audience Fights to Hear Testimony," Los Angeles Times, 06 Nov. 1931: A1.