The Spinsters are to decide who their new members will be with thirteen spots to fill. Daisy Parsons was re-elected president, Janet MacLeod vice-president and secretary, and Emelie Childs as treasurer.
Letter written by Jaime Palmer, 6855 Bonita Terrace, Hollywood, CA on October 7, 1936. The recipient is unidentified. She expresses her appreciation for an invitation from Harry Kohr to assume the chairmanship for the women's luncheon committee of The Authors club. Palmer was involved with the Writers Club of Hollywood in the 1930s. Harry Kohr was an exchange editor, telegraph editor and literary editor with the Kansas City Star newspaper. He retired in 1932 and lived in Los Angeles after that, returning to editorial work during WWII.
Five men are behind a dinner table covered in a tablecloth. From left to right: unidentified man, Lucien Brunswig, F. F. Pellissier, Captain Yves Donval, and Henri Didot. Pellissier and Donval are standing, shaking hands, while the other three men are seated. Donval wears a naval uniform. Behind them is as carved wooden door, partially covered by a Lions Club banner. On the table are water glasses, cups of coffee, a cream pitcher, a small barrel, and polished metal bell-shaped dish cover.
A similar photograph of the same Wheelsmen’s organization meeting appears in a photospread titled, “Italy Pours 20,000 Emigrants From 15 Liners Into African Colony, Libya,” and captioned, “Old-Time Cyclists To Hold Annual Dinner Meet Bill Jenkins, left, Tracy Q. Hall and Sheriff Gene Biscailuz, members of Wheelmen’s organization, stand beside one of the vehicles which they rode over Southland roads in past century, as they talk over the plans for the annual dinner to be held Saturday night. Times photo,” Los Angeles Times, 15 Nov. 1938: 22
Members of the Creative Arts Club, seated, from left to right: Myra Cain Grant, chairman of contests; Homer J. Grunn, chairman; Rose Victoria Johnson, president. Standing behind them are Adelaide Soaras and Quirino Pellicciotti.