American artist Rockwell Kent and his wife Frances Lee Kent. Kent lectured at the Philharmonic Auditorium on "Warm Hearts and Cold Feet in Greenland," where he showed motion pictures of the scenes he described.
Attorney A. Brigham Rose (seated left) and county grand jury member Clifford E. Clinton in the courtroom. Rose and Clinton, along with Clinton's fellow grand jury member Harry L. Ferguson and Rose's legal secretary Pauline Huff were charged with contempt when they allegedly withheld information regarding Clinton's investigation of vice and gambling in Los Angeles county. Superior Judge Wilson dropped the charges, calling them legally insufficient. An attempt to renew the citations of contempt was quickly abandoned when Rose, Clifford, Ferguson, and Huff finally took the stand to testify.
Confessed child-murderer Albert Dyer in court. Dyer lured three Inglewood girls to the hills, where he strangled them to death with his hands as well as rope. He was eventually found guilty and executed.
Members of the Angelus Temple Roberta Semple, daughter of pastor Aimee Semple McPherson, Rheba Crawford, assistant pastor, and Harriet Jordan, business manager, await the return of their pastor Aimee Semple McPherson from her world tour. From left to right, Roberta Semple, Rheba Crawford, and Harriet Jordan.