Peggy Hamilton, Clara Schofield, Burr McIntosh and ten Navy admirals at the Breakfast Club, Los Angeles, 1932
Los Angeles Breakfast Club (subject) Taussig, Joseph K. -- (Joseph Knefler), -- 1877-1947 (subject) Standley, William Harrison, -- 1872-1963 (subject) Sellers, David Foote, -- 1874-1949 (subject) Clark, J. J. -- (Joseph James), -- 1893-1971 (subject) Fenner, Edward B. (subject) Cluverius, Wat Tyler (subject) Bloch, Claude Charles, -- 1878-1967 (subject) Schofield, Clara Isabel, -- 1868-1958 (subject) University of California, Los Angeles. -- Library. -- Dept. of Special Collections (repository) Adams, Peggy Hamilton, -- 1890-1984 (subject) Schofield, Frank Herman, -- 1869-1942 (subject) McIntosh, Burr, -- 1862-1942 (subject)
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This photograph appears in a story about this event in the Los Angeles Times on June 30, 1932, pg. A10. Peggy Hamilton, as Hostess of Los Angeles County, with ten admirals and others at the Los Angeles Breakfast Club for a pre-Fourth of July appreciation of the Navy. In front of the group is a sawhorse mascot of the Breakfast Club with a horse's head and tail, labeled "HAM." In the photograph are: Rear-Admiral Bloch, Burr McIntosh, Rear-Admiral Taussig, Rear-Admiral Fenner, Rear-Admiral Marshall, Rear-Admiral Cluverius, Vice-Admiral Standley, Mrs. Schofield, Admiral Schofield, Vice-Admiral McNance, Peggy Hamilton, Vice-Admiral Clark and Rear-Admiral Sellers (this order, from the newspaper caption, is probably not entirely accurate). The Los Angeles Breakfast Club was located at 3213 Riverside Drive in 1932. Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds.