Photograph of stack of newspapers by fence, East 52nd Street and Towne Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, 1934. "M.S. [K]eep Out" -- on fence. "Big Swing Sets In For Davis; Important Change in Sentiment Effect, Indications Point to Davis' Election at Primary, Desertions From Other Camps Amount to Rout; The Weather [ilg]; Political Review, Los Angeles California Na[ilg]; Vol[ume] 1, No. [ilg]; Box Score [ilg]; Gate Is Opened To Tax Increase, Election Board Is Used for Spoils System; Assisted Women To Get Vote, Mrs. Thos. C. Myers Recalls Service of Howard Davis; Beware of Last Minute Campaign Slams!; Davis Is Favored By Many, E[n]dorsements Given By Large Number of Important Groups; Appointees Were Asked To Support [ilg] McDonough; Work Aid Is Given To Women, Davis Plan Enab[ilg] Jobless to Main[ilg] Their Self-Re[ilg]; [ilg]itorial Comment; Howard W. [ilg] Greets His Friends; Political Review [ilg]; [ilg] a Heart to Heart Talk; Howard [ilg] Supervisor [ilg] Has Spo[ilg]; Affidavits, [ilg]mployes, [ilg]rt Made [ilg]it Them; Feature Stories; Down to Br[ilg]" -- on newspapers.