Street shrine constructed for slain longshoreman Norman "Big Bill" Gregg, San Pedro, 1937
- Street shrine constructed for slain longshoreman Norman "Big Bill" Gregg, San Pedro, 1937
- Los Angeles Daily News
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- [circa May 29, 1937]
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- A street shrine constructed for longshoreman Norman Gregg, who was known as "Big Bill." Gregg was shot by Patrolman W.H. Redding, and his death created an uproar amongst longshoremen. Traffic was blocked by demonstrations, and the shrine was constructed around the scene of the shooting.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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