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Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. This photograph appears with the article, "Park Statue Given Public: Two Thousand at Dedication: Shaft Near Planetarium on Griffith Grounds Honors Astronomers," Los Angeles Times, 26 Nov. 1934: A3. Dr. Frederick C. Leonard speaks at the dedication ceremony for the Astronomers Monument at Griffith Park. In the foreground is an orchestra. In the background, mountains are visible. Children sit on the steps in front of Leonard and an American flag flies above him. Text from negative sleeve: Los Angeles City ["City" crossed out] Parks, Griffith Park, Arts Science Monument Text from newspaper caption: Planetarium Shaft Dedicated: Dr. Frederick C. Leonard, professor of astronomy at University of California Los Angeles shown as principal speaker at ceremonies in Griffith Park attended by many leaders in affairs of Southland and a crowd of 2000 spectators.
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Griffith Park (Los Angeles, Calif.) Dedications--California--Los Angeles Astronomers Monument (Los Angeles, Calif.) Griffith Observatory Leonard, Frederick Charles, 1896-1960