Nellie T. Bush, in suit, stole, and hat, standing, and Joe Bush, in suit and tie, seated, another man in suit and tie standing behind him, in office with file cabinets at left, desk at right, bookcases in background
Elliott Roosevelt speaking from behind a lectern, set on a long table covered with a white table cloth, and set with flower arrangements and a coffee service. Four men are visible at the end f the table on the right
Portrait of Frank A. Bouelle, Superintendent of Schools, seated at his desk. Bouelle was the superintendent of the Los Angeles City School District from February 1, 1929 until his retirement in January, 1937.
This photograph appears in an article titled: "Sidelights on Lincoln Given: Memories of Emancipator Recalled by Angeleno; Civil War Veteran Tells of His Acquaintanceship; Birthday to be Observed by Many Organizations" on 2/12/1927. The article reports 2 stories told by Charles B. Wilson about his encounters with Abraham Lincoln during and after the Civil war.