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Gypsite deposit 9 feet thick on brow of hill, 1.25 miles southwest of Palmdale. Los Angeles County, California. 1906. Plate 3-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 413. 1910.
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Waste from capped well, probably in NW 1/4, sec. 4, T. 8 N., R. 12 W. Los Angeles County, California. n.d.
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County Court House built of Flagstaff, Arizona, sandstone. Los Angeles County. Los Angeles, California. No date.
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Flowing stream along road about 1 mile east of Oban Station, looking west. Originates from waste of uncapped wells. Los Angeles County, California. February 7, 1920.
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Waste from flowing well on "north road" 1.5 miles northwest of Lancaster, probably in SW 1/4 sec, 4, T. 7 N. R. 12 W. Los Angeles County, California. January 15. 1920.
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Album caption and index card: Panorama. View from foothills one mile E. of Hollywood, toward Los Angeles. Los Angeles Co., Calif. Handwritten notes on album caption: 1904 Notes: Panorama with mwc00490.
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Panorama. At left with 604-605, but not quite joining it (looking east.) The valley is too large to have been cut by existing streams. Los Angeles County, California. April 30, 1921.
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Pond formed from waste from flowing well in photo 981. Los Angeles County, California. January 10, 1920.
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February 9, 1971, San Fernando Earthquake. Demonstrating the vulnerability of the modern urban society to the damaging effects of a nearby earthquake. Oblique aerial view of collapsed highway over- passes and bridges at the interchange of the Foothill and Golden State Freeways. Because the earthquake occurred early in the morning, only three deaths resulted from this damage. However, the principal highway link between northern and southern California was temporarily cut, and traffic had to be re-routed for several months. See also California Earthquake image 005. Photo by R. E. Wallace. Los Angeles County, California. 1971. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1360 as Figure 2-B. 1985.
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Album caption: Devils Gate. Pasadena. Los Angeles Co., Calif. Handwritten notes on album caption: 1904 No index card available.
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St. Francis Dam Flood March 12-13, 1928, Los Angeles County, California. Final resting place of several huge concrete blocks from the west abutment of the dam, about one-third of a mile downstream from the dam. The tractor in the foreground marks the flood water line. March 17, 1928.
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San Antonio Creek a mile or more above Old Baldy Camp. Los Angeles County, California. May 6, 1921.
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Hill with wave-cut terrace and cliff at east end of Harold Reservoir. Looking west from east end of reservoir. (See photo 504). Los Angeles County, California. December 20, 1919.
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Amargosa Creek, in Leonis Valley, west of Leonis School, showing steep narrow channel. This valley is along the San Andreas rift. Los Angeles County, California. January 19, 1920.
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Intraformational conglomerate in sandstone and diatomaceous shale beds: south of Girard, on north side of Santa Monica Mountains. Los Angeles County, California. 1931. Plate 17-A, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 212. 1943.
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Album caption: Pomona Palomares Cienega. Los Angeles Co., Calif. Handwritten notes on album caption: 1904 No index card available. Notes: Panorama with mwc00544 and mwc00546.
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Album caption: Pomona Palomares Cienega. Los Angeles Co., Calif. Handwritten notes on album caption: 1904 No index card available. Notes: Panorama with mwc00545 and mwc00546.
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Gypsum interbedded with clay shales 1.25 miles southwest of Palmdale. Los Angeles County, California. 1906. Plate 4-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 413.


map background search result map search result map Intraformational conglomerate in sandstone and diatomaceous shale beds. Los Angeles County, California. 1931. Water meter testing equipment station Los Angeles County, California. Circa 1900. Panorama. From foothills one mile east of Hollywood, toward Los Angeles. Los Angeles County, California. 1904. Panorama. Pomono Palomares Cienega, Los Angeles County, California. 1904. Panorama. Pomono Palomares Cienega, Los Angeles County, California. 1904. Devil's Gate, Pasadena. Los Angeles County, California. 1904 Harold Reservoir. Los Angeles County, California. 1919. Pond formed from waste from flowing well. Los Angeles County, California. 1920. Waste from capped well. Los Angeles County, California. No date. Waste from flowing well. Los Angeles County, California. 1920. Drill bit of Orr's drill rig. Los Angeles County, California. n.d. Amargosa Creek, in Leonis Valley. Los Angeles County, California. 1920. Flowing stream. Los Angeles County, California. 1920. Panorama. Los Angeles County, California. 1921. San Antonio Creek. Los Angeles County, California. 1921. Intraformational conglomerate in sandstone and diatomaceous shale beds. Los Angeles County, California. 1931. Water meter testing equipment station Los Angeles County, California. Circa 1900. Harold Reservoir. Los Angeles County, California. 1919. Pond formed from waste from flowing well. Los Angeles County, California. 1920. Waste from capped well. Los Angeles County, California. No date. Waste from flowing well. Los Angeles County, California. 1920. Drill bit of Orr's drill rig. Los Angeles County, California. n.d. Amargosa Creek, in Leonis Valley. Los Angeles County, California. 1920. Flowing stream. Los Angeles County, California. 1920. Panorama. Los Angeles County, California. 1921. San Antonio Creek. Los Angeles County, California. 1921. Panorama. From foothills one mile east of Hollywood, toward Los Angeles. Los Angeles County, California. 1904. Panorama. Pomono Palomares Cienega, Los Angeles County, California. 1904. Panorama. Pomono Palomares Cienega, Los Angeles County, California. 1904. Devil's Gate, Pasadena. Los Angeles County, California. 1904