Dr. Raymond L. Carey selecting a honeybee with a forceps. Dr. Carey’s laboratory was one of a half dozen places in the world that used honeybee venom to treat arthritis. One of the causes of arthritis is a lack of oxidation which is stimulated by the venom from a honeybee sting.
Elsie the Borden Cow, the unofficial mascott for Borden dairy products, looking over a fence. After appearing at the New York World's Fair, Elsie was chosen by R.K.O. producer Gene Towne to star in the 1940 film "Little Men," based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott. Elsie arrived in Los Angeles on July 12, 1940
Soldier feeding a puppy from a baby bottle during the Army-Navy Maneuvers that took place off the coast of Southern California at the end of 1946. The goal of the war games was to practice two maneuvers: Operation Mountain Goat, an amphibious landing designed to dislodge "enemy" troops, and Operation Oilskin, a landing to cut off "enemy" communications. The Army, Navy, and Marine Corps aircrafts participated in the exercise.