View of Mrs. Elsie Amidon and Mrs. Juanita Chamberlain standing back to back while holding hands. Elise Amidon, left, in veiled headress, dress, and bracelets, Juanita Chamberlain, right, standing in veiled headress with flowers, necklace, dress, and bracelets. Elsie Amidon was a member of Los Fiesteros de Los Angeles, a group dedicated to the perpetuation of the traditional Spanish fiesta in California. She was also a member of the Native Daughters of the Golden West, a group dedicated to the preservation of California's history.
This photograph appears in the article "Parade Will Mark Fiesta: Mexicans Go on March Today, Gala Program Arranged for Freedom Anniversary of Latin Republic, Dances to Feature Festival." Los Angeles Times, 15 Sept. 1935.
A copy of the front page of Los Angeles High School's Blue and White Daily, Tuesday, January 14, 1936, with a tribute to recently passed graduate Harry Carr, class of S'96, journalist for the LA Times.