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Spring 1920...street set on new Metro lot, Hollywood

Caption on the verso of the print reads: "Left to right: Carl Wilmore, Boston Post; Ted Taylor, Metro news director; Herbert Howe, representative Picture Play; Antonio Moreno, Vitagraph serial star; Alice Lake, Screen Classic featured player; Howard Strickling, Metro news department; and S.F. Jacobs, London Picture Show. The scene is the New York street at the Metro studio."

[Ted Taylor in his office]

Photograph signed "Ted" on the verso. A duplicate copy of this photograph has the following inscription on the verso: "Your son in the library of his last year's studio-office. The new one very much like this - same bookcase etc. The sketches on the wall are mostly mine."

1st car, Aug[ust] 25-08 - No. 04 - [San Gabriel Mission]

Group portrait showing men, women and children standing beside a Tilton's Trolley, in front of the San Gabriel Mission. A circle is drawn in pencil around three women in the photograph; the woman in the middle of this circle is Caroline Little Pierce.

[Ted Taylor sitting at his desk in his office]

A duplicate copy of this photograph has the following inscription on the verso: "The other side of the room at 231 S. Spring (this is upstairs over a tough athletic club - and a real saloon) But that didn't interfere with work!"

KT [Ken Taylor]

Photograph is a head and shoulders portrait showing Ken Taylor wearing a beard and a top hat.

[Ted and Mary Louise Taylor]

Photograph shows Ted and Mary Louise Taylor standing outside. An inscription on the matte reads: "We are always thinking of you - Ted and Mary."

Hugh Blair, Parts - Bits

Head and shoulders studio portrait of Actor Hugh Blair for the main part of the photograph with various head shots of Blair in costume in the bottom half.