Photographer sets up camera on the awning of a building to capture the arrival of President McKinley in Los Angeles. Other people look out of windows above the photographer, including a woman and girl, and a boy who hangs his leg from the window. People are visible at the bottom of the photograph as well.
Photograph of a Southern Pacific Railroad Employees Bulletin photographer standing on a ladder and photographing the employee picnic in Sycamore Grove Park. The photographer stands on a ladder in the near distance at center. He stands a few rungs up on the left side of the ladder and faces right. He holds up a camera near his face. Behind and beneath him, people sit in rows of benches and face towards the right. In the background, tall trees line the back edge of the seating area.
Photographer climbs on ladder to capture President McKinley's arrival in Los Angeles. An American flag hangs at the top right of the photograph. A man and a boy are visible at the foreground of the photograph, while others in the crowd are visible throughout.
Photographer and others gathered in the Office of Price Administration with six dummies wearing signs that say: "This congressman committed political suicide. He voted against the O.P.A. by A.V.C." The American Veterans Committee hung the dummies from lamp posts and high wires at prominant intersections throughout the city in support of prolonging government regulation of prices.
Mrs. Elizabeth Klomp being photographed in Municipal Court. She is there for stealing three garments with a total value of $10.45 on Dollar Day. Ironically, at the time she stole the clothes, Mrs. Klomp had $27,009 in her purse, money she had withdrawn from the bank to make a real estate investment. In court, Mrs. Klomp pled guilty and asked for probation. She said she hadn’t meant to steal the clothes; she just got confused in the bustle of the sale. A month later, Mrs. Klomp was fined $100 and sentenced to five days in City Jail.