Picture of a crowd of onlookers admiring a parade float with letters on the side of it reading "Angelus Temple". The picture is taken directly across the street from Los Angeles City Hall. The parade began on the intersection of Broadway and Washington Blvd.
Photograph of officials, police officers and members of the Native Sons of the Golden West dressed in as cowboys on the steps of the new City Hall on 1st and Spring St. at the cornerstone laying ceremony. A Baldwin grand piano is on the stage. Gov. C. C. Young came down from Sacramento to participate in the laying of the cornerstone with Mayor George E. Cryer.
A view of spectators ready to hear speeches City Hall steps, taken from the building's facade. Military personnel stand in formation on the street and the State Building is featured in the background. The "Birthday Fiesta Pageant" marks the anniversary of Spanish settlers' "founding" of Los Angeles.
Photograph of Los Angeles Mayor Frank L. Shaw and World War veteran members of the American Legion City Hall Post No. 387, Clifford K. Steele, A. D. Endsley and city hall engineering department accountant Harry Whittington in front of City Hall before the members of the American Legion Post went to Fresno for a convention. The Summer of 1935 faced a heat wave in the San Joaquin Valley, due to which the veterans took their own water wagon. A mountain pump was rigged which was to be used as a shower bath. Photograph shows the wagon hitched to a car. Ross Olney stands next to the pump. The wagon has a banner reading, "Showed Baths Given Here, And How," and the barrel of water has a sign reading, "A Los Angeles Rain Storm, The Climate of Los Angeles is Cool, Have Some,". The Wagon itself has a sign painted to the side reading, "Keep Cool with Los Angeles City Hall Post, A Los Angeles Rain Storm, our weather is unique, warm up with Fresno." C. K. Steele holds a small box reading, "Los Angeles City Hall Post No. 387, California." The veterans and the Mayor protect themselved from the water shower with umbrellas.