View of Thomas Allen at the Propylaea on his Humber bicycle on top of a large block of marble. An Acropolis guard dressed in a white pleated foustanella and seated on another block of marble observes him. Another man is visible behind the guard. View from south.
View of Thomas Allen standing next to his Humber bicycle in the Hippodrome of Constantinople (Sultanahmet Meydanı) as 2 other men walk by. He is standing next to a circular iron fence within which is the Serpent Column (or Delphi Tripod or Plataean Tripod), an ancient bronze column originally part of an ancient Greek Sacrificial tripod in Delphi. A wall and minaret of the Sultanahmet Camii (Mosque of Sultan Ahmet I) is on the right and in the background on the left is the Egyptian Obelisk of Thutmose III (Thutmosis), sometimes called the Obelisk of Theodosius.
Photograph of prominent socialite and philanthropist, Florence M. Irish, more popularly known as Mrs. Leiland Atherton Irish. Mrs. Irish has a long list of achievements, which include being named Times Woman of the Year in 1957 and receiving a National Brotherhood Award in 1963. She served on the executive board of the Women's Committee for the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and was the executive director of the Southern California Symphony Association. She was also President of the Women's division, Hollywood Chamber of Commerce and member of the executive committee. In the picture, she is posing as sitting behind a desk, pencil in hand, looking over a seating chart of a theatre [possibly the L.A. Philharmonic Auditorium].