Man and boy stand at ruins of home destroyed by the Sunset Canyon fire, Los Angeles, 1927
- Man and boy stand at ruins of home destroyed by the Sunset Canyon fire, Los Angeles, 1927
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- [circa December 4, 1927]
- Los Angeles Times
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View of the ruins of a home destroyed by the Sunset Canyon fires of early December, 1927. A man stands amongst the ruins and a boys stands in the road. All that remain are the foundation, stone retaining walls, a concrete retaining wall and the chimney. The fires destroyed approximately 100 bungalows and cabins in Sunset Canyon and caused additional damage elsewhere. Thousands fought the fire over several days.
Related to the article, "Fire Perils Home Area. Blaze Sweeping Verdugo Hills. Two Hundred Men Battle Flames Fanned by Brisk Wind. Three Houses Doomed and Hundred Threatened Near La Crescenta." Los Angeles Times, 4 Dec. 1927: 1.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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