Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. This photograph may be associated with the article, “PLANE FIELD LOSES PERIL: Deadly Electric Wires Moved High-Tension Line Placed Half Mile Away From Municipal Airport Death Trap Lines at Airport Removed POWER LINE PERIL ENDS AT AIRPORT,” Los Angeles Times 5 Nov. 1935: A1. The Los Angeles Municipal airport, also known as Mines Field, is now known as Los Angeles International Airport, or LAX. Handwritten on negative: Tearing down high tension wires at Mines Field 11-4-35. Text from negative sleeve: 2776—Digging up + Tearing down poles carrying High Tension wires at Mines Field 11-4-35, [Stamped:] NOV 11 1935.
b&w nitrate negative
No linguistic content
Automobiles--American--California--Inglewood Utility poles--California--Inglewood Laborers--California--Inglewood Electric lines--California--Inglewood Los Angeles International Airport