Buildings above the upstream face of the Bouquet Canyon earth-fill dam during dam construction, 1933
- Buildings above the upstream face of the Bouquet Canyon earth-fill dam during dam construction, 1933
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- September 1933
- Los Angeles Times
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Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
Caption for a similar photograph taken on the same occasion: Bouquet Canyon Earth-Fill Dam Rapidly Taking on Permanent Form. Work Progressing. The city's dam in Bouquet Canyon to furnish storage for both water and power and to replace the ill-fated St. Francis Dam is rising steadily each day to the tune of rumbling trucks hauling earth from the pits to the dam site. The view here is from upstream looking at the concrete covered upstream face. The white streaks are streams of water poured on to aid the concrete to cure properly [Los Angeles Times, 6 Sept. 1933].
View towards standing water, buildings and mountains in the distance in the area of the Bouquet Canyon Reservoir during construction of the earth-fill dam. An unpaved road is in the foreground.
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Bouquet Canyon Reservoir (Calif.)
- Bouquet Canyon (Calif.)
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- still image
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