Yesterday, I posted a few photos from 1957 showing a wedding between two unidentified men.
Before we get to the event, let’s look at some of the decor to see if we can find any clues. Whoever snapped these pictures filled out the roll with some shots of a home.
Previously on the L.A. Daily Mirror:
Here we have a neatly organized desk with a rotary phone (if we could read the number we would know who these fellows are. Alas, not possible). Notice there is a container for pencils, another for letters, a calendar and what appear to be datebooks.
Also notice the artwork on the wall.
Any guesses as to the artist? The style looks rather distinctive, and the picture may be from when Early American/Colonial decor was in fashion. (In the 1940s and 50s, Early American decor was all the rage. If you lived through that era, you may remember the Colonial-style TV sets and other atrocities). And nicely framed.
To be continued.