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Members of the Pacific Electric Trainmen's strike committee receiving news that their 2:00 am worker walkout would be postponed due to intervention from President Roosevelt, Los Angeles, November 2, 1937

District Attorney Buron Fitts and John Klein, announcing the creation of a "gang squad" designed to rid Los Angeles of gangsters and racketeers, Los Angeles, November 17, 1937

Ruth McClintock, Mrs. E. J. Wightman, Helen Lucille Holt, Ida Koverman, Mrs. Lou La Blonge Whitcomb, Aletha Gilbert, Annie C. Burton, William May Garland, Alma Whitaker, and Mrs. G. Edward Winn gather on behalf of the California Development Association, Los Angeles, 1927

Los Angeles County Unit of Unemployment Relief Committee, Los Angeles, 1933