School registration (San Pedro), 1954
Supplementary material reads: "Gershon. City desk. Illus. Daily. School registration -- San pedro. No. 1: There was the usual childhood shyness as kindergarten children were registered in San Pedro schools. Michael Scott Howit, 5, peeks around from protection of his guardian Mrs. Jeanette Crow, 554 West 23rd street, at San Pedro's fifteenth street school. No. 2: Preview of things to come to here puzzled Christine La Rue, 3, who was at the fifteenth street school, San Pedro, because 'big sister' behind her, Kathleen, 5, was being registered in kindergarten. They are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John La Rue, 731 West 18th street. No. 3: Anna Maria Iacona, 5, is more interested in what goes on outside the principal's office than inside where mother, Mrs. Jerry Iacono (shown leaning against door just inside to rear) awaits turn to register her in kindergarten class. They live at 522 West 17th street. No. 4: Mrs. Lydia Roberts, 1702 So. Gaffey streeet, answers Principal Lester Kaems, Fifteenth Street School, as Raymond Lee, 5, listens attentively to registration questions. He is given morale support by sister Barbara Ann, 7. No. 5: Linda Botich, 5, looks around with hands on chin as something more interesting than being registered by her mother, Mrs. Lee Botich, 3463 South Walker, attracts her attention at White Point School. No. 6: Linda makes gesture and evinvces [sic] some interest in what her mother, Mrs. Kee Botich (see above No 5) is writing. 1954-09-01".