Los Angeles police officers H.W. Card, Arthur S. Shivell, Eugene Biscailuz, S.F. Griggers, C.J. Salazar, W.R. Stark and C.E. Pealer, with the trophies they won in a shooting competition with policemen in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Each team competed in their home city and the scores were transmitted by radiogram. The Los Angeles team won five out of the six events.
Mildred Howell Lewis was crowned queen of the third Los Angeles Fiesta de las Flores in 1896, but lost the medal that went along with the honor, until it was discovered recently by two blacksmiths shifting through ash heaps recently in Santa Ana.
The Order of the White Lion medal, an award for merit by Czechoslovakia for foreign citizens. This medal is the civil version, as noted by the two crossed palms above the badge, instead of two crossed swords, which would indicate military. This award was given to William May Garland in Los Angeles.
Portrait photograph of Los Angeles impresario L. E. Behymer wearing 11 medals on his suit jacket, standing in a room in his home. The medals include: (1) The Dutch Order of Officer of Orange-Nassau, (2) The Serbian Order of St. Sava, (3) Italian Order of the Crown, (4) French Officer of the Palms, (5) Grecian Order of the Redeemer, (6) Medallion, German Artistic Service, (7) Russian Order of St. Vladimer, (8) Silver Palms of Order of Leopold, Belgium, (9) Russian Order of St. Stanislas, (10) Golden Palms of the Order of Leopold Leopold, Belgium, and (11) Order of Danilo, Montenegro.
Photograph of impresario L. E. Behymer awarded the Golden Palms of the Crown of Belgium at a Rotary Club luncheon at the Biltmore Hotel. Also present are Charles Winsel, Vice-Consul of Belgium (left), Constant Franke, a Belgian officer, who pins the medal on Behymer, and Michel A. Zuniga, a Vice-Consul of Belgium. The honor was awarded in recognition of Behymer's services to Belgian war victims and to Belgian artists visiting the United States.