Damaged Los Angeles Aqueduct pipes lie on a hillside in No-Name Canyon, Inyo County vicinity, [about 1927]
- Damaged Los Angeles Aqueduct pipes lie on a hillside in No-Name Canyon, Inyo County vicinity, [about 1927]
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- [circa May, 1927]
- Los Angeles Times
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Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
Possibly related to a different photograph of a damaged Los Angeles Aqueduct pipe that appears with the article, "Six Hundred Police Ready to Balk New Dynamiting: Squad Rushed to Owens Valley after Second Aqueduct Outrage at Big Pine Power House Police Ready to Rush North," Los Angeles Times, 29 May 1927: 1
Two damaged aqueduct pipes enter frame from the lower right corner and stretch towards center as they lie across a hillside. The rock-strewn hillside extends upward on a slight angle to the left. To the right of the pipes, water cascades down the hillside, emanating from a broken pipe near the upper left corner. A car in partial view is visible along the bottom edge near the lower left corner.
Possibly related to a photograph of a damaged aqueduct pipe captioned, "Views in Owens River Valley Above—The power plant, showing where second explosion took place. Center—The blown out section of pipe. Below—No Name Canyon, scene of Friday’s dynamiting," Los Angeles Times, 29 May 1927: 2
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- b&w nitrate negative
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