Photograph of notable socialites and philanthropists, Mrs. Leiland Atherton Irish (Florence M.) and Mrs. Samuel Cary Dunlap (Anna May) with showman Sid Grauman (at piano) during the meeting to conduct a succesful ticketing campaign for two fetes to honor President Roosevelt's birthday.
This photograph appears with the article, “Women’s Breakfast Bridge Club Opens New Season of Philanthropic Work: First Benefit to Aid Needy Families Set Memorial Tribute to Mrs. L. K. Floyd in Program,” Los Angeles Times, 21 Sep. 1935: A5.
Police Captain J.H. Carter inspects the piano bench where Evelyn Wright and John B. Kimmel were sitting before they were fatally shot by Evelyn's husband, Paul A. Wright. Wright confessed to shooting his wife and best friend, John Kimmel, after finding the two in an embrace on the piano bench in his home. The trial that followed was named the "white flame" trial by the press and Wright was eventually let off on an insanity plea, thanks to his lawyer, Jerry Giesler