Hot Day at San Pedro, 1951
Supplementary material reads: "Gershon. City desk. Hot weather -- even in San Pedro. It was just as hot along the seashore as it was in Los Angeles proper yesterday. But the only San Pedran with courage enough to admit it, was Chief Steward Eastman Tanner, who wore a Panama straw to the Elks' Club, BPOE 966 to watch the World Series Game. Photo shows left to right: Capt. Theodore Peters, Standard Oil Marine Superintendent, Capt. Hans Olsen, surveyor, Eastman Tanner, and Arthur Strum, shipping executive".