View of 4 men working on a flood-damaged section of railroad track with long wrenches after the failure of the Saint Francis Dam. The Santa Paula branch line of the Southern Pacific was almost totally destroyed.
Undated photograph of Columbia R. James (also, possibly Mrs. George E. Bunker?), wife of Los Angeles police detective lieutenant Frank "Lefty" James, posing with two dogs on a lawn. A building and shrubs can be seen in the background.
La Vina Sanatorium (Sanitorium, Sanitarium) was founded in 1909 and incorporated in 1911. The original buildings burned down in 1935. It was rebuilt with designs by architects Myron Hunt and H. C. Chambers.
View of San Francisquito Canyon shortly after the failure of the Saint Francis Dam and cataclysmic flood. Concrete debris from the broken dam wall is visible in the distance and the remaining dike wing of the dam is visible as a light, horizontal line in far distance beyond.
Line of automobiles on Gordon Stewart Northcott's chicken coop ranch in Riverside, California, where an investigation was in place in search of evidence and/or bodily remains of his murder victims. Northcott was accused of kidnapping, molesting, torturing, and brutally murdering three young boys and aiding in the murder of another in 1928, which his mother admitted to, and she received a life sentence in jail. Northcott was found guilty on all accounts and was executed by hanging on October 2, 1930 at the age of 23.