Motion pictures--California--Los Angeles--Setting and scenery; Motion picture studios--California--Los Angeles;
A high angle, interior view of a two-level motion picture set with actors, crew, props, lighting and other equipment, including an early motion picture film camera in the center, leaning against a stand.
Abandoned office of the Big Pine Citizen, the newspaper for the town of Big Pine, California. A. G. Barmore (1884-1967) was editor of the Big Pine Citizen until 1932, when he sold the newspaper. Text on back of photograph in hand of J. D....
College presidents--California--Los Angeles; Educational benefactors; Jesuits
Caption on image:"Speakers Table. Rear row: John A. Van Kuik, Wm. W. Bearman, Fritz B. Burns, Frank M. Flynn, Edw. C. Purpus, Frank Muller, Harry Langdon, James J. Donahue. Center row: Rev. Father W. E. Corr, Winfield Sheehan, Joseph Scott,...
Earthquakes--California--Compton; Earthquake damage--California--Compton; City halls--California--Compton;
Exterior view of Compton City Hall after the 1933 earthquake; large portions of wall have fallen away, a portion of the roof has collapsed, and piles of rubble surround the building. A man in uniform stands in front of the building, looking away.
Houses--California--Big Pine; Abandoned buildings--California--Big Pine; Abandoned houses--California--Big Pine; Newspaper editors; Big Pine (Calif.),
Gutted house of A. G. Barmore (1884-1967), editor of the Big Pine Citizen newspaper. HeText on back of photograph in hand of J. D. Black: "WIND TORONADO OR LAISM? <Barmore Home> Big Pine Citizen Editor." Title supplied by...
Roads--California--Los Angeles; Public buildings--California--Los Angeles; City Halls--California--Los Angeles;
Looking west to City Hall, Federal Building, and Hall of Justice; immediately beyond driveway and cement wall, the red roof of Union Station is visible and just beyond that, the parking lot; streetlights; palm trees; downtown buildings; billboards.
Photograph of Main St., Compton, showing buildings destroyed by the earthquake, including the Fargo Coffee & Tea Co., and cars crushed by the falling debris. In the distance, a crane lifts a pile of rubble, with a few onlookers.
Photograph of wreckage from the 1933 Long Beach Earthquake. A policeman and several civilians are outside amid large piles of rubble. A car has been crushed under the falling debris, and the ruins of a building can be seen in the background.
College students; Student activities; Television programs; Questions and answers--Competitions
W. Limberg, John Jackson (Captain), Jerry Ingham, and John Rasor representing Loyola University of Los Angeles in the 1968 G.E. College Bowl. Dressed in suits and ties, the men are sitting at the team podium with a ""Loyola""...