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--Long Beach; Long Beach Earthquake, Calif., 1933; Earthquake damage--California--Long Beach;
Earthquake damage on the Pike. The facade of a building in the foreground has fallen away completely, and fallen bricks cover the street. On the right is a street lamp whose large central bulb has come off, and is on a bench in the foreground. ...
A view along the waterfront, showing a row of boats tied up at the docks. On the right is a covered structure where crowds of onlookers wait for the sailors to disembark. The oil wells on Signal Hill are visible in the distance.
A view of the landscaped gardens on the grounds of the Glendale Sanitarium. A man and a woman sit on a bench under a large palm tree. Other people are seen on two benches in the distance. A path winds through the grounds. A tree with no leaves...
An aerial view of the Veterans' Administration buildings in Westwood, California, looking north near the intersection of Wilshire Blvd. and Federal Ave. Much of the surrounding area is undeveloped park or fields.
A photograph of the veterans Hospital near Westwood in Los Angeles, California. The photograph shows a collection of four, five-storey brick buildings, one of which has a neoclassical-style entry with columns.
An interior view of Frank Sebastian's New Cotton Club located in Culver City, California. Tables and chairs are arranged around a central dance floor, with a bandstand at the end of the room, and the ceiling is draped with colorful striped fabric.