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Three men stand over a large poster advertising a November 17, 1950, performance by the United States Navy Band at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. One man marks changes to the poster to note that there will be two matinees and a night performance. Documentation provided by the photographer indicates one of these men may be John Henry Lyons, who according to the 1951 Pasadena City Directory was the co-owner of the Lyons Jewelry Company with Winthrop F. Lyons. The photo was taken on October 25, 1950, at the Junior Chamber of Commerce office at 164 North Euclid Avenue.