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Man standing in front of the wreckage of Berth 153, a terminal in L.A. Harbor that was destroyed when the Markay oil tanker exploded, Los Angeles, 1947

Police officer Dick Barlow writing a ticket for Dick Russell during a planned race to demonstrate the importance of following traffic laws, Los Angeles, 1947

Chamber of Commerce ladies chastising Dick Russell for speeding ticket, Los Angeles, 1947

Fire fighters hose down one of many fires that raged after the Markay oil tanker exploded in L.A. Harbor, Los Angeles, 1947

Dick Russell signing the speeding ticket he received from police officer Dick Barlow during a planned race to demonstrate the importance of following traffic laws, Los Angeles, 1947

Police officer Dick Barlow writing a ticket for Dick Russell during a planned race to demonstrate the importance of following traffic laws, Los Angeles, 1947

Fire fighters in a rowboat on their way to battle fires that began when the Markay oil tanker exploded in L.A. Harbor, Los Angeles, 1947

Markay oil tanker explosion in L.A. Harbor, Los Angeles, 1947

Shirley Smith stands with her mother, Betty Alice Phillips, and father, Melvin David Smith, outside of the courtroom while Superior Judge Fred Miller decides on a home for her after her divorced parents declare they do not want custody, Los Angeles, 1947

Betty Alice Phillips walks out of Superior Court with her mother, Alice Campbell, after declaring she wanted to relinquish custody of her two children, Los Angeles, 1947

Capt. Noble Swanson, who was injured when a section of roof caved in during a fire at the Melody Lane Café on Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, 1947

Fire fighter taking a break while smoke rises over L.A. Harbor in the background, coming from fires caused by the Markay oil tanker explosion, Los Angeles, 1947

Louise Henderson Carringer walks into jail after police officers find her seven-year-old daughter, Linda Carringer, asleep alone in a car, Los Angeles, 1947

Louise Henderson Carringer sits in jail after police officers find her seven-year-old daughter, Linda Carringer, asleep alone in a car, Los Angeles, 1947

Fire damage in L.A. Harbor caused by the Markay oil tanker explosion, Los Angeles, 1947

View from below of the damage done to a marine terminal after the Markay oil tanker exploded in L.A. Harbor, Los Angeles, 1947

Smoke rises over the damage done to a marine terminal after the Markay oil tanker exploded in L.A. Harbor, Los Angeles, 1947

Man fighting fires from a Navy Tugboat after the Markay oil tanker explosion in L.A. Harbor, Los Angeles, 1947

Fellow firefighter attends to Capt. Noble Swanson, who was injured when a section of roof caved in during a fire at the Melody Lane Café on Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, 1947

Automobile and bus that competed in a planned race to demonstrate the importance of following traffic laws, Los Angeles, 1947

Smoke rises over L.A. Harbor from the fires that began when the Markay oil tanker exploded, Los Angeles, 1947

Melvin David Smith walks into Superior Court with his sister-in-law after declaring he wanted to relinquish custody of his two children, Los Angeles, 1947

Smoke rises over L.A. Harbor while a coast guard boat battles the fire that began when the Markay oil tanker exploded, Los Angeles, 1947

Shirley Smith waits in the hall while Superior Judge Fred Miller decides on a home for her after her divorced parents declare they do not want custody, Los Angeles, 1947

Ship amid smoke rising from the Markay oil tanker explosion in L.A. Harbor, Los Angeles, 1947

Women evacuating Staber's Beauty Salon because of a fire at the nearby Melody Lane Café, Los Angeles, 1947

Shirley Smith stands with her mother, Betty Alice Phillips, and father, Melvin David Smith, outside of the courtroom while Superior Judge Fred Miller decides on a home for her after her divorced parents declare they do not want custody, Los Angeles, 1947

Damage done to a marine terminal after the Markay oil tanker exploded in L.A. Harbor, Los Angeles, 1947

Fire fighters working to save a terminal in the L.A. Harbor which was threatened by flames when the Markay oil tanker exploded, Los Angeles, 1947

Fire fighters hose down one of many fires that raged after the Markay oil tanker exploded in L.A. Harbor, Los Angeles, 1947

U.S. Navy Tugboat 539 fighting fires that erupted from the Markay oil tanker explosion in L.A. Harbor, Los Angeles, 1947

Fire fighters using an axe and a hose on a marine terminal in L.A. Harbor to fight at fire caused by the Markay oil tanker explosion, Los Angeles, 1947

Coast guard and fire fighters working to extinguish the fires that began when the Markay oil tanker exploded in L.A. Harbor, Los Angeles, 1947

Former Ku Klux Klan Kleagle, Ray J. Schneider, in Klan robes at trial, Los Angeles, 1946

Members of the Polack Bros. Circus set up for their show inside Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, June 1946

Sailor holds a kitten during the Army-Navy maneuvers that took place off the coast of Southern California in late 1946

Lottery set-up on Tony Cornero's newly refurbished gambling ship, the Bunker Hill or Lux, Los Angeles, 1946

Frank Bincia in the back of a police car after being arrested due to an altercation with John Sullivan, Los Angeles, August 6, 1946

Bar on Tony Cornero's newly refurbished gambling ship, the Bunker Hill, or Lux, Los Angeles, 1946

Six girls sitting around a table in a classroom, Los Angeles, March 1946

Soldier feeding a puppy from a baby bottle during the Army-Navy maneuvers off the coast of Southern California in late 1946

Tony Cornero's newly refurbished gambling ship, the Bunker Hill or Lux, anchored offshore of Los Angeles, 1946

Deck of Tony Cornero's newly refurbished gambling ship, the Bunker Hill or Lux, Los Angeles, 1946

Woman talking to truant teenagers standing outside a drugstore, Los Angeles, March 1946

Tony Cornero with Capt. Robert C. Burdett, the skipper of his newly refurbished gambling ship, the Bunker Hill or Lux, Los Angeles, 1946

Five girls sitting around a table in a classroom, Los Angeles, March 1946

Tony Cornero on his newly refurbished gambling ship, the Bunker Hill or Lux, Los Angeles, 1946

Slot machines on Tony Cornero's newly refurbished gambling ship, the Bunker Hill or Lux, Los Angeles, 1946

Military personnel toasting during the Army-Navy maneuvers that took place off the coast of Southern California in late 1946

Sailor takes a swig of brandy from a tiny bottle during the Army-Navy maneuvers that took place off the coast of Southern California in late 1946

Former Ku Klux Klan Kleagle, Ray J. Schneider, and Attorney General Robert W. Kenny at trial, Los Angeles, 1946

Tiger trainer Mabel Stark stands by a cage containing two of her tigers at the Shrine Charity Circus, Los Angeles, June 1946

Sailor holding a rope during the Army-Navy maneuvers off the coast of Southern California in late 1946

Military personnel on the beach during the Army-Navy maneuvers that took place off the coast of Southern California in late 1946

Military personnel putting on diving suits during the Army-Navy maneuvers that took place off the coast of Southern California in late 1946

Military personnel participating in the Army-Navy maneuvers that took place off the coast of Southern California in late 1946

Rescuers carrying David Swaim on a stretcher after he suffered a minor heart attack during a hike in Arroyo Seco Canyon, Los Angeles, December 9, 1946

Woman and man talking to truant teenagers standing outside a jewelry store, Los Angeles, March 1946

Woman talking to truant boys outside a movie theater downtown, Los Angeles, March 1946

Tony Cornero surrounded by staff on his newly refurbished gambling ship, the Bunker Hill or Lux, Los Angeles, 1946

Military personnel practice a water rescue during the Army-Navy maneuvers that took place off the coast of Southern California in late 1946

Soldier using a telegraph during the Army-Navy maneuvers that took place off the coast of Southern California in late 1946

Seagull perched atop a pole on Tony Cornero's newly refurbished gambling ship, the Bunker Hill or Lux, Los Angeles, 1946

Woman talks to truant girls standing outside a downtown drug store, Los Angeles, March 1946

Tony Cornero raising the U.S. flag on his newly refurbished gambling ship, the Bunker Hill or Lux, Los Angeles, 1946

Military personnel practice a water rescue during the Army-Navy maneuvers that took place off the coast of Southern California in late 1946

Members of Boy Scout Troop 47, who were marooned overnight in the Arroyo Seco Canyon, Los Angeles, December 9, 1946

Woman talks to two truant girls standing outside a jewelry store, Los Angeles, March 1946

Casino on Tony Cornero's newly refurbished gambling ship, the Bunker Hill or Lux, Los Angeles, 1946

Sailor taking a bite of ice cream during the Army-Navy maneuvers that took place off the coast of Southern California in late 1946

Soldier looking through binoculars during the Army-Navy maneuvers off the coast of Southern California in late 1946

Soldier checks a machine during the Army-Navy maneuvers that took place off the coast of Southern California in late 1946

Boy Scout Troop 47 drinking hot chocolate after being marooned overnight in the Arroyo Seco Canyon, Los Angeles, December 9, 1946

Military personnel in their skivvies during the Army-Navy maneuvers that took place off the coast of Southern California in late 1946

Captain David C. Morrison talking on his radio on the beach during the Army-Navy maneuvers that took place off the coast of Southern California in late 1946

Models wear "sea-serpent scroll" patterned swim suits designed by Margit Fellegi during a fashion show, Los Angeles, September 1946

Man removes a dummy hanging from the Hollywood and Vine street signs, Los Angeles, May 4, 1946

Horse racing scoreboard on Tony Cornero's newly refurbished gambling ship, the Bunker Hill or Lux, Los Angeles, 1946

Woman and man talking to truant teenagers standing outside a jewelry store, Los Angeles, March 1946