Col. Richard Barnitz meets with Archibald Young, chairman of the Citizens' Relief Committee, to discuss a $500,000 improvement project for the Los Angeles Municipal Airport. The intent of the project was to provide jobs and boost morale.
Famed evangelist Aimee McPherson (right) and former head of the State Department of Social Welfare Rheba Crawford (left) embracing. Crawford had recently given up her post at the State Department to become an associate pastor with McPherson at Angelus Temple.
Governor Alf M. Landon of Kansas, visiting Los Angeles during his campaign for President during the 1936 election. Landon was the Republican candidate against Franklin D. Roosevelt, who was running for re-election. Landon was defeated by a landslide.
Postmaster General of the United States James A. Farley attends the first annual convention of California Federation of Democratic Women's Clubs at the Ambassador Hotel as the guest speaker. To his right is Mrs. Mattison Boyd Jones, president of the federation.
Hopkins was a close advisor to President Roosevelt and credited as a major architect of the New Deal and the Works Progress Administration. Photo was taken during Roosevelt’s trip to Los Angeles. Other men are unknown, most likely related to New Deal and WPA (Works Progress Administration) agencies.