Men knead and roll dough in a large room. Picture is related to the landslide in Elysian Park, the men may be baking for the thousands of spectators who came to view the landslide aftermath on Riverside Drive. The landslide began as a small crack in the earth in November of 1937, widened to a meandering zig-zag, and ultimately dumped tons of rock and dirt onto the Drive.
Woman baking pies at a cooperative located at 21st and Santee St. in Los Angeles. Many self-sustaining communities like this one emerged in California during the 1930s, specifically in the Los Angeles - Orange County area
Cecilia La Sage, Anita Arnold, and Adelaide Wagner, members of the Catholic Women's Club Juniors bake for Christmas party. Ms. La Sage and Ms. Wagner stand, while Ms. Arnold sits. The women wear aprons. Ms. La Sage is cracking an egg and Ms. Wagner prepares to put flour in a mixer. On the table, there is sugar, milk, cinnamon, eggs, and flour, as well as a baking pan.