National Commander Franklin D'Olier (second from left) with a group of California Legionnaires.

Title

National Commander Franklin D'Olier (second from left) with a group of California Legionnaires.

Description

Franklin D'Olier, National Commander of The American Legion, visits the Lasky studio in Hollywood with a party of California state Legion officials. They met Tom Forman, director of Paramount pictures, who is also a member of the Executive Committee for the Hollywood, California Post.
Left to right: Director Tom Forman ; National Commander Franklin D'Olier ; Fred F. Bebergall, State Adjutant of California ; J. E. Darst, National Representative, American Legion Weekly ; H. G. Ferguson, Commander Hollywood California Post ; Walter Long, Hollywood Post ; Herbert Hahn, Commander Pasadena, California Post ; Thomas McManus, 2nd Vice Commander, State of California

Source

American Legion Archives Photo Collection (photo no. 3064)

Date

1919 or 1920

Format

Photo ; b&w ; 8 x 10

Type

Still image

Identifier

3064

Tags

legion museum, american legion, legion, legion history, franklin d'olier, world war posters, national convention badges, american legion national headquarters

Citation

“National Commander Franklin D'Olier (second from left) with a group of California Legionnaires.,” The Emil A. Blackmore Museum, accessed August 15, 2022, https://legionmuseum.omeka.net/items/show/25.

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