Aerial view of rushing flood waters destroying homes in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, 1938
- Aerial view of rushing flood waters destroying homes in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, 1938
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- March 1938
- Los Angeles Daily News
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- Aerial view of rushing flood waters destroying homes 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.
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