Los Angeles Motor Patrol and a bulldog dressed in a hat and wrap that says 'Woodrow Wilson' 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
Funeral service for longshoreman Norman Gregg, who was known as "Big Bill." Gregg was shot by Patrolman W.H. Redding, and his death created an uproar amongst longshoremen. Traffic was blocked by demonstrations, and a shrine was constructed around the scene of the shooting.
Lieut. Gen. John L. DeWitt, Lieut. Col. Rupert Hughes, and Capt. Claude B. Mayo speaking at the Army-Navy-Marine banquet in honor of National Defense and Americanism Week. The banquet took place at the National Guard Armory. From left to right, Lieut. Gen. John L. DeWitt, Lieut. Col. Rupert Hughes, and Capt. Claude B. Mayo.