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Long Beach, California, Earthquake March 10, 1933. Compton Union High School in Compton, Ca. View showing Administration Building. Photo from Capt. T.J. Maher, Coast and Geodetic Survey.
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Long Beach, California, Earthquake March 10, 1933, killed 115 people, with hundreds of injured and about $40 million in damages. The epicenter was located just offshore near Newport Beach. Magnitude 6.3 at 5:54pm. Long Beach Polytechnic High School. Photo from Capt. T.J. Maher, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey.
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Long Beach, California, Earthquake March 10, 1933, killed 115 people, with hundreds of injured and about $40 million in damages. The epicenter was located just offshore near Newport Beach. Magnitude 6.3 at 5:54pm. Long Beach Polytechnic High School. Photo from Capt. T.J. Maher, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey.
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Long Beach, California, Earthquake March 10, 1933. Marti's store, Long Beach California. Column failure, first story, third column from the street. Photo from H.M. Engle.
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Long Beach, California, Earthquake March 10, 1933, killed 115 people, with hundreds of injured and about $40 million in damages. The epicenter was located just offshore near Newport Beach. Magnitude 6.3 at 5:54pm. Long Beach Polytechnic High School. Photo from Capt. T.J. Maher, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey.
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Long Beach, California, Earthquake March 10, 1933, killed 115 people, with hundreds of injured and about $40 million in damages. The epicenter was located just offshore near Newport Beach, Magnitude 6.3 at 5:54pm. Looking at the damage to the Long Beach Polytechnic High School Auditorium. Photo from H.M. Engle.
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Long Beach, California, Earthquake March 10, 1933. George Wasington High School at 108th Street, in Los Angeles. Looking from East side of main building. Photo from H.M. Engle.
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Long Beach, California, Earthquake March 10, 1933. John Muir School, West Side of Pacific, opposite 15th Street, Long Beach. View of School damage. Photo from H.M. Engle.
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Long Beach, California, Earthquake March 10, 1933. Damage to wall around High School Playground. Photo from Mr. Merritt.
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Long Beach, California, Earthquake March 10, 1933, killed 115 people, with hundreds of injured and about $40 million in damages. The epicenter was located just offshore near Newport Beach. Magnitude 6.3 at 5:54pm. Long Beach Polytechnic High School. March 10, 1933. Photo from Capt. R. Schwab, Sheriff's Dept., Orville, California.
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Long Beach, California, Earthquake March 10, 1933. Balsa Chica Gun Club. Photo from Mr. Merritt.
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Long Beach, California, Earthquake March 10, 1933. St. Mathews Catholic School, East 7th and Gladys Ave. View showing earthquake damage to Catholic School. Photo from Capt. T.J. Maher, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey.
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Photo caption (located on back of photograph): Balsa Chica gun club. Long Beach, California Earthquake, March 10, 1933. Photograph from Mr. Merritt. No index card located. No additional information available.
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Long Beach, California, Earthquake March 10, 1933. St. Anthony's Church in Long Beach. View showing earthquake damage to Church. Photo from Capt. T.J. Maher, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. March 2, 1933.
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Long Beach, California, Earthquake March 10, 1933. Earthquake damage. Ground failures. Long Beach, Ca. Photo by Mr. Cortelyou, Engineer, California Division of Highways, L.A. District.
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Long Beach, California, Earthquake March 10, 1933. Compton Junior High School, Compton, Ca. View showing damage to the Gymnasium Building. Photo from H.M. Engle.
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Long Beach, California, Earthquake March 10, 1933, killed 115 people, Standard Oil Company, March 11, 1933. San Pedro Wharf. 10 inch iron salt water line to fuel oil coolers separated 5 and 3/4 inches. Broken companion flange pulled out threads.
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Long Beach, California, Earthquake March 10, 1933. Earthquake damage. Ground failures. Long Beach, Ca. Photo by Mr. Cortelyou, Engineer, California Division of Highways, L.A. District.
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Long Beach, California, Earthquake March 10, 1933, killed 115 people, with hundreds of injured and about $40 million in damages. The epicenter was located just offshore near Newport Beach. Magnitude 6.3 at 5:54pm. Looking at the damage to the Long Beach Polytechnic High School. Photo from H.M. Engle.
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Long Beach, California, Earthquake March 10, 1933, killed 115 people, with hundreds of injured and about $40 million in damages. The epicenter was located just offshore near Newport Beach. Magnitude 6.3 at 5:54pm. Looking at the damage to the Long Beach Polytechnic High School Auditorium. Only a few vertical and horizontal cracks in back in scene room. Photo from H.M. Engle.


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