Woman in skirt and blouse with buttons, patterned scarf, and dark straw hat, hand behind head. The location may be the roof terrace of the newly completed Los Angeles Times Building. The fashion show took place in the Los Angeles Times Building on 202 West 1st Street, most likely inside what is now the Harry Chandler Auditorium.
Gordon L. McDonough was an industrial chemist in Los Angles from 1918 to 1933, a member of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors from 1933 to 1944, and U.S. Representative from California from 1945 to 1963.
Alice Pedersen Orcutt (Mrs. John Logan Orcutt) at a luncheon sponsored by the Civic Beautification Committee. Mrs. Orcutt was a speaker at the event. She stands in front a window and wears a fur stole, a hat, and gloves.
Diana Gibson, in long dark skirt with cummberbund, pleated blouse with string or beaded tie, light satin jacket with epaulets. The show took place in the Los Angeles Times building on 202 West 1st Street, most likely inside what is now the Harry Chandler Auditorium.
Blond-haired, short-statured Walter Haliwell, known as "Wally Hally", seemed an unlikely boxer, but with the help of coach Jerry Pelton has proved remarkably successful, and has received trepidation but ultimately love and support from his minister father in his choice of career.
The Spinsters are to decide who their new members will be with thirteen spots to fill. Daisy Parsons was re-elected president, Janet MacLeod vice-president and secretary, and Emelie Childs as treasurer.
Under the instruction of Dr. Pheley Los Angeles Junior College student George Huck has created a working model of a heliostat to demonstrate the use of such instruments as the giant Griffith Park Planetarium coelostat.
View of the interior of a stately house, probably the 1898 house of General Harrison Grey Otis, which became the Otis Art Institute in 1918 (located at 2410 Wilshire Blvd.). There is carved chest supporting a floral bouquet in front of a fireplace with a carved stone mantle. In the room beyond there appears to be art work on exhibition.
This photograph appears with the article, "Jimmy McLarnin Training for Comeback Fight Against Canzoneri in March: Little Irishman Has Everything but Title: 'Baby Face' and His Manager Can Look Back on Hardships With a Smile Now," Los Angeles Times, 2 Feb. 1936: A12.
Photograph of Guy Stafford, member of the Los Angeles Times staff from 1927 and city editor from 1937 to 1943. Mr. Stafford fought in World War I, following which he continued living in Germany until 1923, where we worked as editor of the Armoc News, the daily paper for the American Army of Occupation. After a brief stint at Santa Barbara News after 1923, he came to the LA Times in 1927. He served as picture editor and day city editor before becoming city editor.
Portrait of Frank A. Bouelle, Superintendent of Schools, seated at his desk. Bouelle was the superintendent of the Los Angeles City School District from February 1, 1929 until his retirement in January, 1937.
Baseball player Frank Eddington stands with hands above head, left hand inside his right gloved hand, and a well-dressed woman stands behind him with right arm raised with two fingers making a signal on a baseball field.
Photograph of a crowd of children posing with the getaway car used in the robbery of Southern County Bank in El Monte. Two men sit inside of the car, presumably police officers. A few people in the distance hold umbrellas, indicating that it might have been raining when this photograph was taken.
Photograph of storm-flooded Beverly Boulevard from the intersection with Lake Street facing NW. Several automobiles are traveling through the floodwater on the street. Signs on commercial buildings read "Caltex Sportswear Retail," "Snowdrift for Cake, Biscuit, pastry..., We lock in all it's [sic] goodness [and] give you the key," "Chevrolet, Now on display, 2 New Chevrolets, Choose Chevrolet for quality at low cost," "Associated Class Co.," and "Catherine The Valiant,"
The historical pageant, La Fiesta de la Rancho San Jose, at the Los Angeles County Fair celebrated the one hundredth anniversary of the first Spanish settlers, Don Ygnacio Palomares and Don Arcardo Vejar to the Pomona Valley.
Actress Adrienne Ames (left) appeared as a guest at the final Los Angeles Times Cooking Show demonstration at the Palomar, on Vermont and Third, with over 4,000 in attendance. L. A. Times employee Harold B. Jette (right) joins her on stage.
Exterior view of Bullocks store for men, an expansion of the original Bullock's department store. Possibly related to the article "NEW STORE OPENS TODAY: Bullock's Latest Downtown Structure to Be Home for Men's Clothing and Accessories," Los Angeles Times, 03 Apr. 1934
Los Angeles Junior College student Marguerite Caswell is a sprint runner of dazzling speed. Her Coach Harry Campbell believes that she could qualify for the American Olympic Games team. She has approached record-breaking time in practice and holds victories over her male opponents.
Dressed in winter coats Pastor Gih and two other Chinese women congregate beside him on the sidewalk. They hold books, a handheld harpsichord and a poster that depicts a cross on a mountaintop with Chinese lettering.