Floral-themed float created for the Hoover Dam Power Inaugural, Los Angeles, 1936
- Floral-themed float created for the Hoover Dam Power Inaugural, Los Angeles, 1936
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- October 9, 1936
- Los Angeles Daily News
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- Los Angeles Daily News Negatives
- A floral-themed float including a throne, costumed participants and glowing flowers created for the Hoover Dam Power Inaugural. The celebration was held to honor the first instances of power-production from the dam. Downtown Los Angeles was flooded with 7.2 million candle-power light, and engineers claimed that the display was visible from 100 miles away.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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