Aerial view of flooded neighborhoods and crops in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, 1938

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Aerial view of flooded neighborhoods and crops in North Hollywood. The Los Angeles flood of 1938 was a major flooding event that affected much of Los Angeles, Orange County, and Riverside County. The flood was responsible for destroying 5,601 homes, damaging 1,500 homes, and killing approximately 110 people., Text from original nitrate sleeve: Aerial Views of Flood -- March 1938. In pen: North Hollywood., Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds.