Mass; United States. Army Reserve.; Football coaches; College sports--California--Los Angeles; College presidents--California--Los Angeles; College student newspapers and periodicals
Front page of the Loyolan includes articles such as "Loyola Graduate Returns to Bluff," "Rev. E Whelan Says High Mass for Errant ERC," "Loyolans Bid Farewell to Reservists at P. E. Station," and "Dr. Kadner Commissioned into U. S. Amry Reserve."
Lion dance--California--Los Angeles; Chinese Americans--California--Los Angeles; Processions--California--Los Angeles; Rites and ceremonies--California--Los Angeles;
Boys and men pose on either side of an elaborate and colorful costumed Chinese lion; three pairs of legs can be seen beneath the costume; to the left are three boys, one holding an American flag, and one man, crouchies in front of them; to the...
Football--Social aspects; Homecomings--California--Los Angeles
A black-and-white photograph of (left to right): a person in Loyola lion mascot costume, Mary Howe holding a ukulele, John Lehne, holding a sheet of paper, and Bob McGuire wearing a straw boater hat and a fur coat. All four are looking at the...
College students; Student activities; Statues; Homecomings--California--Los Angeles
1967 Loyola University Homecoming Queen candidates in front of the Lion statue. Left to right standing: Carolyn Matson, Kathy Aller, Mary Nocerine, Brett Brittingham, Carla Mabey, Bunny Smith. Left to right seated: Erin Duffy, Michele Maddox, Pat...
College football players--California--Los Angeles; Football coaches--California--Los Angeles
A black and white photograph of coach Tom Lieb and player Howard Whelan each kneeling on one knee on a grass field. Tom Lieb is holding a live lion cub. Photograph has caption "Howard Whalen" signed in lower right corner.
A clothing store located on Wayside Road (later known as Huoshan Lu) between Lion Cafe and Bai Ka Radio store. A dog sits in front of the store, next to a Chinese sign that reads "selling fabrics from famous factories worldwide."
Chinese Restaurants--California--Los Angeles; Decoration and ornament, Architectural--California--Los Angeles; Gift shops--California--Los Angeles;
Looking west on Gin Ling Way toward West Gate; Tuey Far Low restaurant with "Chop Suey" sign; on opposite side are signs for GinLing Gifts, Chinaware, and Forbidden Palace; lion statue in doorway; benches; trees; people strolling.