Sign warns pedestrians and drivers of landslide danger near the Figueroa St. tunnel, Los Angeles, November 1937
- Sign warns pedestrians and drivers of landslide danger near the Figueroa St. tunnel, Los Angeles, November 1937
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- November 1937
- Los Angeles Daily News
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- Sign warns people to vacate the area due to landslide danger near the Figueroa St. tunnel. The landslide occurred in Elysian Park in November 1937. It began as a small crack on Buena Vista Peak and continued to widen until the landslide dumped millions of tons of loose rock and dirt down the slope and on to Riverside Drive.
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