Photographer's note "Aerial view of Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, talk of reconfiguration of seating to accomidate Los Angeles Raiders, luxury boxes, portable seating along stadium's east end, installation of retractable seating for 4,000 along track."
An airplane lifting off the ground at the annual National Air Races, held at the Los Angeles Municipal Airport. Nearly 100 of the most talented pilots from across the world participated and thousands attended.
The Alabama Crimson Tide football team arrives in Pasadena for their appearance in the 1938 Rose Bowl Game. Alabama lost the game (13-0) to the California Golden Bears from UC Berkeley, ending a four game winning streak in Rose Bowl appearances for the Crimson Tide.
The Alabama Crimson Tide football team arriving at the Pasadena train station for their appearance in the 24th Rose Bowl game. Alabama lost the game (13-0) to the California Golden Bears from UC Berkeley, ending a four game winning streak in Rose Bowl appearances for the Crimson Tide.
Donald Hutson and Millard Howell of the Alabama Crimson Tide football team pose with their All-American Team blankets. Also pictured with the athletes are coach Frank Thomas, Christy Walsh, and USC coach Howard Jones.
Fathers and sons pose with UCLA coaches in this photo during the annual alumni picnic at UCLA's Spaulding Field, which opened Homecoming week festivities with food, fun, games, and contests. Included: William C. Ackerman (ASUCLA Executive Director and former men's tennis coach; front row, third from left), Red Sanders (football coach; front row, seventh from left), J.D. Morgan (men's tennis coach; fourth row, fifth from left), John B. Jackson (UCLA Alumni Association Executive Secretary; fifth row, second from left), and John Wooden (men's basketball coach; fifth row, fourth from left).
Austin Clapp was an American swimmer and water polo player who competed in the 1928 and 1932 Summer Olympics. In 1928 he won a gold medal in the 4x200 m freestyle relay event and in 1932 he was a member of American water polo team, which won a bronze medal.
Badminton champion Jess Willard gives sorority girls Vivian, Adina, and Lorraine Naegele, and Maxine Gerard a few pointers at the sport. From left to right, Vivian Naegele, Adina Naegele, Jess Willard, Maxine Gerard, and Lorraine Naegele.
Baseball pitcher Satchel Paige after a pitch. The location may be Thomas Jefferson High School. A sign on the fence in the background reads: "New, Clean Grade-Marked Lumber, $1800 per 1000 ft., Owens-parks Lumber Co., 2100 E. 38th St., 5 blocks East" which is a Los Angeles address.
Famed baseball pitcher Satchel Paige with his arms raised about to pitch. A sign on the fence in the background reads: "New, Clean Grade-Marked Lumber, $1800 per 1000 ft., Owens-parks Lumber Co., 2100 E. 38th St., 5 blocks East" which is a Los Angeles address. The location may be Thomas Jefferson High School at Hopner and 41st St.