3 images. Old cars rebuilt in back yard as a hobby ...Eleven of fourteen Henkel children work on old autos, 17 November 1951. James Henkel Senior, father; Mrs. Alice Henkel, mother; Suzanne Henkel, 7; Ann Henkel, 9; Howard Henkel, 18; James Henkel Junior, 24; Robert Henkel, 11; Charles Henkel, 13; David Henkel, 21; Eric Henkel, 10; Gregory Henkel, 5; Alice Henkel, 14; Joan Henkel, 16.; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Richardson. Date: 1951-11-17. Reporter: Swaim. Assignment: Junkyard, Pasadena. K7, 8, 19, 20: Watched by parents, 11 of 14 Henkels children work or help with big old autos in back yard of Henkels home, Pasadena. L to R at rear of nearest auto: Suzanne, 7; Ann, 9; Howard, 18 (on ground); James, Junior, 24; and Robert, 11. L to R working on next car: Charles, 13; David, 21; and Eric, 10. Sitting on top, wiping antenna, Gregory, 5, held by sister Alice, 14. Watching at right, L to R: Joan, 16; James, Senior; and Mrs. Alice Henkels. Henkels boys rebuild old big cars as hobby, were criticized by Pasadena Officials".