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.
View of impresario L. E. Behymer holding the hand of Amelita Galli-Curci, standing next to the Union Pacific Limited train, wearing a dress, coat, leather gloves and hat and holding her purse. Galli-Curci was in Los Angeles for a period of rest following throat surgery.
Eleanor Roosevelt with mezzosoprano Gladys Swarthout standing in a doorway at the Hollywood Bowl. On this occasion, Mrs. Roosevelt gave a speech about charity to address relief from human suffering and Ms. Swarthout performed. A security officer is on the left and 2 men and a woman stand behind them.
Possibly related to the article “Of Interest to Women, What Women Are Doing.” Los Angeles Times, 19 Jan. 1926. … Soroptimist. Mme. Constance Balfour, accompanied by her daughter Eveline, will present a group of songs to the Soroptimist Club …