Land use inspection in Chavez Ravine, Los Angeles, circa 1951
- Land use inspection in Chavez Ravine, Los Angeles, circa 1951
- Los Angeles Daily News
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- ca. 1951
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Chavez Ravine residents were forced to relocate in the 1940s when the City voted to accept federal funding for new housing developments in the area. When these apartment projects failed several years later, the remaining residents of Chavez Ravine were removed by a controversial order of eminent domain to build Dodger Stadium.
John Carmona and Fred Ross inspect the Mexican American community of Chavez Ravine, located near present day Elysian Park and Dodger Stadium, as two children look on.
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