Either double exposed or overlapping photographs of Dr. Clarence B. Dickson standing and posing on the grounds of the Independent Order of Foresters Sanatorium grounds and a couple of nurses entering a building. The image of Dr. Dickson covers the left two-thirds of the photograph. He stands left-of-center and holds a cane. A flagpole and buildings stand in the background to the right of him. In the other photograph, two nurses walk in line behind each other through a doorway with their backs to the camera. The open door frames Dr. Dickson in the other photograph. There is a large window to the right of the door.
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.
Related to the article, “IN WIN: Crushed by Local Eleven Southern Californians Sew Up Game With Dazzling First-Half Attack Rockne Ramblers Unable to Solve Varied Offensive of Thundering Herd,” Los Angeles Times, 2 Dec. 1928: 1