At left, ambulance driver Charles W. Clendening appears to either punch in or punch out of work at the Los Angeles County General Hospital. He wears a white uniform and cap. He stands in profile, facing right, and operates a punch clock that sits on a counter. Behind and to the right of him, L. C. Laurie, chief ambulance driver, wears a suit as he speaks on the telephone.
17 month old Eleanor Cammack King was caught by her mother drinking the contents of a bottle of liquid used for replating silver outside their home on 117 North Fuller avenue. Mr. and Mrs. W. Cammack King's daughter was rushed to the hospital and pronounced out of danger after treatment. Nurse Becky Lund is tentatively identified from the 1930 census record of Rebecca L. Lund of Angus Street.