Since 1919 Post 43 has been composed of Hollywood’s finest professionals in the Entertainment industry. Here you’ll find your next star and the crew members to help get them there. Check out our members’ pages and discover the wealth of talent and experience this post has to offer. Our Clubhouse has been a landmark on Highland Avenue since 1928 and our halls are where many of Hollywood’s best and brightest have gathered.
Post 43 bartender, Jon Endow writes "I had the honor to photograph some of the veterans at the Hollywood American Legion Post 43.
These portraits are now on exhibit at LA City Hall in the East Bridge Gallery. It will be up for the month of November.
I would like to invite you to the Gallery Reception on November 25th.
Parking is located at City Hall East - 201 N. Los Angeles St. LA, CA 90012
Attached is a link to RSVP and REGISTER your Car for Parking.
Shown above, Post 43 Commander Donald C. Schilling receiving his National Legion College diploma from National Commander Michael D. Helm, National Adjutant Daniel S. Wheeler, and Past National Commander Butch Miller.
Photo by Lucas Carter, The American Legion.
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Born James Weldon on December 23, 1923 in Dale, Texas, Weldon began his career as a disc jockey at KWCO in Chickasha, Oklahoma in 1946, remaining there for four years. He made his television debut in 1950, as "Uncle" Jimmy (himself) and the voice of the duck puppet, Webster Webfoot on The Webster Webfoot Show, produced locally by Dallas station WFAA-TV.