Crowds of citizens observing as a float passes by during the Hoover Dam Power Inaugural, held to honor the first instances of power-production from the dam. Downtown Los Angeles was flooded with 7.2 million candle-power lights, and engineers claimed that the display was visible from 100 miles away.
The Hollywood Post of the American Legion marches in the Armistice Day Parade. This was a celebration of the 19th anniversary of Armistice Day. The parade reviewing stand was on the Spring Street steps of city hall and thousands of spectators came out to honor the veterans
Crowd lined up outside Shrine Auditorium for a San Francisco Opera Association performance of Tristan and Isolde (Tristan und Isolde) on opening night of the Opera. Star of the show was Kirsten Flagstad, the Norwegian soprano, accompanied by the San Francisco Opera Orchestra
Police outside Warner Bros. studio with the trash that is aftermath from the Conference of Studio Unions strike against all Hollywood studios. The CSU strike began in March 1945 and was around the six month mark when it turned violent on October 5, 1945, known as Hollywood Black Friday. National exposure of this violence forced negotiations between studios and the CSU. Negotiation ended the strike about a month later, but CSU didn't last much longer and was eventually disbanded and absorbed by rival union IATSE.