- A similar photograph appears with Los Angeles Times article, March 11, 1934, "Army Scans Dam Site, Arizona Soldiers Visit Scene, First Report from Seat of Two-State Dispute Sent to Phoenix, Military Party Movements Made to Halt Asserted California Invasion." Arizona soldiers … made their first soldierly observation of what is going on there. Tonight the first report of what the soldiers saw went forth in a formal report transmitted from their temporary camp there at Parker via their portable radio to their armory at Phoenix. … Caption reads: Messages from the front. Here is Sergt. Ernest Mendoza as he radios the latest events from the Colorado River front to Gov. Moeur at Phoenix over a portable set in a Parker hotel room. Advices from Phoenix, however, are to the effect that all the Governor is receiving are strange sounds, but then that may be a new code, who knows? (Times photo)
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- Los Angeles Times Photographs Collection
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