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Ringing in the New Year at the Jonathan Club
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Los Angeles Photographers Photo Collection
Morris, Ralph
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Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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This collection includes approximately 40,000 photographs by commercial photographer Ralph Morris, who worked in the Los Angeles area from 1939-1981. His advertising and industrial clients included department stores, restaurants, the automobile and petroleum industries as well as business executives. Also included is the Luckhaus Studio collection of architecture, fashion, the movie industry, sports and street scenes, images which Morris obtained in 1939.
Four unidentified people wearing party hats are ringing in the New Year in one of the ballrooms at the Jonathan Club. They all pose in front of a large clock, which shows the hands at "11:58". Christmas garland and pinecone decorations can be seen to their left. The Jonathan Club, located at Sixth and Figueroa streets, is a 12-story brick building built in 1924 and occupied in 1925. Architects: Schultze & Weaver. The year that this photo was taken is unknown.
1 photographic print :b&w
Photographic prints
Ralph Morris Collection; Los Angeles Photographers Collection
Celebrations-Holidays-New Year's.
Jonathan Club
New Year--California--Los Angeles
Parties--California--Los Angeles
Clubs--California--Los Angeles
Private clubs--California--Los Angeles
Hats--California--Los Angeles
Celebrations--California--Los Angeles
Interiors--California--Los Angeles
Group portraits
Portrait photographs
Schultze & Weaver

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