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Olvera Street memorial service for Harry Carr, Los Angeles, 1936
Date Created and/or Issued
January 11, 1936
Publication Information
Los Angeles Times
Contributing Institution
UCLA, Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library
Los Angeles Times Photographic Archives
Rights Information
Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds.
Related to the article, "Olvera Street Service Honors Departed Friend," Los Angeles Times, 12 Jan. 1936: A2.
View of participants in the memorial service held on Olvera Street for Harry Carr, Los Angeles Times columnist. Consuela De Bonzo, a Mexican community leader (and owner of the restaurant Casa La Golondrina at 17 Olvera St.), stands on the left as a man speaks into a microphone (for KMTR radio). A woman stands beside him and Ernesto A. Romero, Vice-Cunsul for Mexico in Los Angeles, stands on the right. Romero holds a black wreath and a sign with a photograph of Carr and the message "Vaya No Con Dios." Other participants standing behind hold lit candles.
Text from negative sleeve: 3100. 1/13/36. Olvera Street. Doings for Harry Carr. 1-11-36.
b&w nitrate negative
Memorial rites & ceremonies--California--Los Angeles
Consuls--Mexican--California--Los Angeles
Olvera Street (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Romero, Ernesto A. (Ernesto Angel), 1896-1963
De Bonzo, Consuela Castillo, 1898-1977
Carr, Harry, 1877-1936
Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection

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