This Week on the L.A. Daily Mirror

Feb. 18, 1934, Keye Luke

Image: “The Lost Patrol,” illustrated by Keye Luke, The Times, Feb. 18, 1934.

Coming up this week, Eve Golden has a roundup of unusual obituaries in Queen of the Dead and Mary Mallory looks at the artwork of Keye Luke in Hollywood Heights. Plus more Navy documents in the Zoot Suit Riots, mystery photos and maybe a surprise or two.


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One Response to This Week on the L.A. Daily Mirror

  1. Keye Luke, was an erudite, soft spoken man. He played Charley Chan’s Number One Son in dozens of pictures. Always to a caucasian actor in the title role. Did not know that he was also an artist. What a talented man, and a true gentleman!


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