Architecture, Domestic; Photography of interiors; Furniture; Rugs; Wallpaper; Pictures; House plants; Fireplaces; Flower arrangement
The interior of a parlor with a low chair next to a fireplace and several house plants on stands. The fireplace is covered with various nicknacks, photographs, flowers, and pious sayings. A doorway on the back wall opens into a dining room with...
Claremont (Calif.); Photography of families; Architecture, Domestic; Rocking chairs
The Roof family poses for a photograph outside of their house in Claremont. J. N. Roof sits in a wicker rocking chair and his wife sits in a rocking chair next to him, holding a passion flower in her lap. Their three daughters Mabel, Edna, and...
A cemetery with a number of graves decorated with flower arrangements and American flags. In the background a large number of a people are crouched around grave sites. Several horse-drawn carriages are parked along the side.
Los Angeles (Calif.); Architecture, Domestic; Photography of interiors; Dining rooms; Furniture; Rugs; Pictures; Flower arrangement
Interior view of a house, showing the dinning room and sitting room. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hubbard were members of the First Baptist Church of Los Angeles (and later members of the Temple Baptist Church).
Los Angeles (Calif.); Church buildings; Construction workers; Scaffolding
The exterior of the First Baptist Church of Los Angeles on Flower Street between 7th and 8th Streets during construction in 1897. The front of the church is covered in scaffolding. A group of workers are sitting near the corner of the church.
Los Angeles (Calif.); Church buildings; Photography of interiors; Flags; Organ (Musical instrument); Flower arrangement in churches
Interior of the First Baptist Church of Los Angeles from the balcony. The front of the church is drapped with large American and Japanese flags and a sign over the podium reads, "Occupy Till I Come Home."
Los Angeles (Calif.); Church buildings; Scaffolding
The front of the First Baptist Church of Los Angeles facing Flower Street during construction in 1897. Scaffolding covers parts of the building. A man is standing on the construction site beside a large pile of sand.
Los Angeles (Calif.); Church buildings; Spires; Roads, Earth; Architecture, Domestic
The exterior of the First Baptist Church of Los Angeles at 727 S. Flower Street during construction in 1897. The roof of the spire is still open to the sky and none of the church windows have been installed.