Photograph of wreckage from the 1933 Long Beach Earthquake. A policeman and several civilians are outside amid large piles of rubble. A car has been crushed under the falling debris, and the ruins of a building can be seen in the background.
Photograph of Main St., Compton, showing buildings destroyed by the earthquake, including the Fargo Coffee & Tea Co., and cars crushed by the falling debris. In the distance, a crane lifts a pile of rubble, with a few onlookers.
Earthquakes--California--Compton; Earthquake damage--California--Compton; City halls--California--Compton
Exterior view of Compton City Hall after the 1933 earthquake; large portions of wall have fallen away, a portion of the roof has collapsed, and piles of rubble surround the building. A man in uniform stands in front of the building, looking away.
Membership; Reparations; Claims; Big Pine Reparations Association; Water rights--California--Owens Valley; Water rights--California--Los Angeles
After a reparations bill of California was passed in April 1925, the Big Pine Property Owners Association (BPPOA) formed the Big Pine Reparations Association (BPRA) on July 29, 1925 to establish reparations claims against the City of Los Angeles...
Rice, Joseph F.; Goodrich, Arthur Frederick, 1878-1941; Del Rey Players; College theater; Theatrical productions; Wilshire Ebell Theatre (Los Angeles, Calif.); Loyola University of Los Angeles
1936-1937 Season playbill: The Del Rey Players present "Mr. Grant" by Arthur Goodrich, directed by Joseph F. Rice, at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre on January 25 and 27, 1937. Includes an invitation card.