Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. After the conclusion of the Olympic Games in Los Angeles, Alfred Meyer had the jumps of the equestrian events installed at the Griffith Park Riding Academy. To accommodate all of the jumps, he leased property adjoining the Academy, extending to Los Felix Boulevard. Photograph appears with the article, "Olympic Equestrian Test Offered. Hard Jumps in Griffith Park Await Southland Riders," Los Angeles Times, 30 Oct. 1932: A1. View of some of the Prix des Nations horse jumping obstacles from the recent Los Angeles Olympic games set up in Griffith Park Riding Academy with 6 riders in the ring, 3 of them taking hurdles. Text from newspaper caption: Above - Some of the Prix des Nations jumps set up in Griffith Park Riding Academy, Capt. H. W. Christiansen, Capt. J. E. Finn and Miss Leon Wald are shown taking the hurdles. Text from negative sleeve: Los Angeles parks, Griffith Park Riding Academy.
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Jumping (Horsemanship)--California--Los Angeles Wald, Leon Miss Finn, J. E Christiansen, H. W