Photograph of letter from H. C. White, Southern California, 1929. "Department of Water and Power - City of Los Angeles, Cal.; Department of Water and Power, City of Los Angeles, Faber 4211, 207-9-11 So. Broadway; H. A. Van Norman, General Manager and Chief Engineer, C. A. Heineze, Assistant General Manager and Chief Engineer; E. F. Scattergood, Chief Electrical Engineer; F. E. Weymouth, Chief Hydraulic Engineer; Officers: J. R. Richards, President, R. F. Del Valle, Vice President, Jas. P. Vroman, Secretary, L. M. Anderson, Controller; Commissioners: R. F. Del Valle, John R. Haynes, Will E. Keller, J. R. Richards, Wm. P. Whitsett; August 5, 1929; Los Angeles Investment Co.; 1016 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, California.; Attention: Mr. Barnard, Dear Sir: Do you remember how impatient Mrs. White and I were to have our new home completed, and hwo you assured us that the house had to have time to season? We can see the reason now, after having lived in it for five months. We have never heard the sounds of a seasoning crack, or seen the sign of a wall crack. I also want to tell you how pleased we are with out new home, and the manner in which it was planned and built. We particularly appreciate the interest shown by yourself and Mr. Eldridge, and feel that we are deeply indebted to both of you for our wonderful home. This also goes for every other employee of the Los Angeles Investment company with whom we dealt. The home is a source of great pride with us, and the Los Angeles Investment Company can likewise feel proud, for we near many favorable comment about its beauty and stability. Your company is help in very high esttem by us, and it is, and always will be, a pleasure to express it to our friends and associates. Mrs. White joins me in wishing you greater success. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. White, 3571 Vernon Place, View Park" -- on letter.