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Access to this collection is generously supported by Haynes Foundation funds. Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. A stream of flood waters enters frame in the lower left corner and stretches back towards the right. On the far bank, at left, a large pile of boulders and rocks sits. Behind the rock pile, a large pile of lumber and wood debris stands. Two men stand atop the left side of the lumber pile. A few more men to the left of them walk through the debris field. At center, a few people are gathered behind the rock pile and in front of the lumber pile. In the distance at far right, a couple more men walk through the debris. Trees rise in the distance along the canyon floor. Similar photographs of the flood in Little Santa Anita Canyon appear with the article, "THREE DIE IN SEA LASHED BY RETREATING STORM: Santa Monica Rescue Efforts Fail; Deluge Sweeps Canyon Colony; More Bridges Washed Out," Los Angeles Times, 09 Apr. 1926: A1 This photograph is similar to photographs of the same event appearing in a photo spread titled, "Little Santa Anita Canyon Flood Victim; Traffic Bridges Out," Los Angeles Times, 09 Apr. 1926: A12 Text from negative sleeve: RLOODS [sic], SANTA ANITA [handwritten:] ?
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Debris--California--Sierra Madre Little Santa Anita Canyon (Calif.) Floods--California--Sierra Madre