Patricia Era Bath is an American ophthalmologist, inventor and academic. She has broken ground for women and African Americans in a number of areas. Born: November 1942 (age 74 years), Harlem, New York City, NY
Vada Watson Somerville (top row, far right) pictured with her graduating class at the University of Southern California, College of Dentistry. Photo courtesy of the University of Southern California, on behalf of USC Libraries Special Collections. Source: dent.umich.edu
On August 7, 1928, Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Company broke ground for its first Home Office building. This two story building was located at 4111 Central Ave in Los Angeles, California. Due to a street number change in the 1930s, 4111 became 4261 S. Central Ave.
Charlotta Bass / California Eagle Photograph Collection, 1870-1960 :: Adora Lily Ulasi, circa 1945, Los Angeles :: Photograph of Adora Lily Ulasi. Ulasi, a Nigerian woman, came to Los Angeles around 1945 and lived with Charlotta Bass, publisher of the California Eagle. Ulasi was a reporter and columnist for the Eagle during her stay in Los Angeles.
Charlotta Bass / California Eagle Photograph Collection, 1870-1960 :: Adora Ulasi presents a corsage to Eslanda Goode Robeson, Los Angeles, 1945 :: Photograph of Adora Lily Ulasi, an employee of the California Eagle, pinning a corsage on the suit of Eslanda Goode Robeson. Ulasi and other Eagle staff members, including editor Charlotta Bass, were part of a welcoming party for Robeson when she visited Los Angeles in 1945.