Boys from financially disadvantaged backgrounds participate in a free summer camp in Griffith Park. The camp, which was organized by Sheriff Biscailuz, lasted hosted groups of 100 boys for 10 days at a time. While at camp, the boys participated in activities such as swimming, fencing, baseball, various hobbies, and a nonsectarian religious program. The camp's 1937 season lasted from July 6th to September 4th.
View of the central, "Youth Arisen," panel of Katz's mural of three panels, funded by the WPA (Works Project Administration). A central youth, with his eyes closed, is shown between creative uses of technology (like the movie camera seen in this photograph) and destructive uses as in war. The overall theme of the murals shown in the other two panels is the history of the uses of tools serving the creative and destructive passions of man within the context of the Toltec and Aztec cultures.
Donald Hutson and Millard Howell of the Alabama Crimson Tide football team pose with their All-American Team blankets. Also pictured with the athletes are coach Frank Thomas, Christy Walsh, and USC coach Howard Jones.
Coach Frank Thomas and Mildred Cowan stand on football field with Bill Lee and Millard "Dixie" Howell, members of the Alabama Crimson Tide football team. Howell played college football at Alabama from 1932 to 1934.