This photograph may be associated with the article, “Next ‘Broadway Melody’ Programmed for Arrival Without Long Time Lapse: Eleanor Powell May Lend Stellar Luster ‘White Fang’ Selected as Sequel to ‘Call of Wild;’ Youngsters to Gleam in ‘Too Many Parents;’ Opera Entices Eggerth,” Los Angeles Times, 23 Sep. 1935: A15.
This photograph is similar to a photograph of the arrival and opening of a crate of evidence captioned, As it Arrived and After Upper photo shows Ben Cohn, investigator for District Attorney's office, examining garments found in trunk. Lower shows (left to right) Dist.-Atty. Keyes, Dist.-Attys. Murray and Dennison, Chief Davis and Ben Cohn opening packing case in which trunk arrived. [Los Angeles Times, 02 Nov. 1926: A2]
Murphy and Rawson have returned to America for the first time in three years, and have found themselves adjusting to many different changes, such as social security pensions. Their expedition captain Admiral Byrd is resting before the men show the scientific data collected on their expedition.