Mrs. Kenneth Holmes (chairman of the athletic devision of the Los Feliz Woman's Club, circa 1936) and Mrs. Gwynn Fielding holding tennis rackets in front of an automobile. The women appear to be talking to each other and are not facing the camera. One of them is tightening her racket strings
Photograph, from left to right, of Wilfrid Cline, Jr. and Harry Schmitz standing next to H. H. West's Buick while visiting Lake Tahoe. A dirt road spans the foreground. H. H. West's Buick is parked, left-of-center, in the near distance. It is viewed at an angle from the rear and side; it faces towards the left. Its license plate reads, "CAL 288 467." Wilfrid Cline, Jr. stands in partial view hanging from the right side of the back of the Buick. He looks to the right. Harry Schmitz stands at center, to the side of the car and looks to the camera. A large pine stands at left beyond the front of the car. The side of a cabin is partially visible behind the pine tree. Lake Tahoe sits in the distance at right. Mountains are visible beyond Lake Tahoe.
Photograph, from left to right, of Harry Schmitz and Wilfrid Cline, Jr. standing near H. H. West's Buick overlooking Lake Tahoe. They stand in the near distance on the opposite side of the road. The car is left-of-center. It is viewed from the side and faces left. Harry Schmitz stands with his back to the camera at the front seat. Wilfrid Cline, Jr. stands on the far side of the car by the backseat and appears to look towards the camera; he is in partial view. A telephone pole stands behind and to the right of the car. Power lines stretch overhead. A lone pine stands behind the car at left. A building (partial view) stands at right down a slope. A sign on the building's roof reads, "TAHOE M." Lake Tahoe expands across the background and mountains rise in the far distance.
Photograph of Harry Schmitz standing by the side of H. H. West's Buick at Lake Tahoe. A dirt road passes across the foreground and the Buick is parked off to the side in the near distance, just left-of-center. It is viewed at an angle from the rear and the side; it faces left. Its license plate reads, "CAL 288 467." Harry Schmitz leans over the front seat on the left side of the car. A tall pine rises, at left, on the far side of the car. Behind the pine, a cabin stands in partial view and extends out of the frame at left. Lake Tahoe is in the distance at right and mountains rise beyond it.
Line of automobiles on Gordon Stewart Northcott's chicken coop ranch in Riverside, California, where an investigation was in place in search of evidence and/or bodily remains of his murder victims. Northcott was accused of kidnapping, molesting, torturing, and brutally murdering three young boys and aiding in the murder of another in 1928, which his mother admitted to, and she received a life sentence in jail. Northcott was found guilty on all accounts and was executed by hanging on October 2, 1930 at the age of 23.