Mrs. Jeanette Brott sits atop a file cabinet. The cabinet stands between a door and table. Brott is a blonde woman with a fashionable hat, jacket, and fur wrap.Brott was called as a witness in a suit between two cleaning and dyeing companies. She was a customer of both and the court inquired of the quality of the company's services.
David Weir was the assistant manager of the National Association of Credit Men. A. A. Normandin was head of the of the Los Angeles Credit Men's Association, while Ernest I. Kilcup was head of the National Association of Credit Men. Henry H. Heimann also held the position of executive director of the National Association. J. M. Rust represented the Union Oil Company.
This photograph was probably taken at the time that the Los Angeles Biltmore Hotel was completed because James R. Martin and Lee A. Phillips, of the Central Investment Company, were involved in developing the funding for the project. The newspaper article announcing the completion of the Biltmore Hotel and describing the financing in considerable detail is "Biltmore Financing, Hotel Ready for Business Free and Clear of All Encumbrance Sixty Days Ahead of Time," Los Angeles Times, September 27, 1923.