Crowd at boxing match between Bob Pastor, New York heavyweight boxer, and Bob Nestell, Southern California native. The fight took place at Los Angeles' Wrigley Field, to an audience of 25,000 fans. Bob Pastor was victorious in ten rounds.
14-year-old Ray Charlton, the Marble Champion of Los Angeles, surrounded by spectators as he competes. Charlton beat our over 50 competitors in the event directed by the Los Angeles Playground Department. He received a genuine agate shooter as a prize.
Crowd watching a baseball game at Wrigley Field in South Los Angeles. Los Angeles's Wrigley Field was built in 1925 and torn down in 1966. It was host to minor league baseball teams and home of the Los Angeles Angeles. The field is named after the same Wrigley as Wrigley Field in Chicago, but it actually received the name first and had more on-site parking than Chicago's field does now.
President Roosevelt gave a speech at the Coliseum at the end of a motorcade through the city. The trip was Roosevelt’s first as President. Newspapers estimated the crowd at the Coliseum in the tens of thousands.
President Roosevelt, accompanied with his wife Eleanor Roosevelt and other dignitaries, left Central Station at the corner of Fifth and Alameda for a tour of the city. The trip was his first visit as President.