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Scope/Content: An unidentified group of people standing near the base of the center section of the St. Francis Dam--nicknamed "The Tombstone"--that remained standing after the dam's collapse.
ark:/28722/bk000470g6d cuwr_071_98L14b_004 MS 76/1 98L14b #4
Los Angeles Aqueduct (Calif.) Dam failures--Investigation Flood damage
Saint Francis Dam (Calif.) Santa Clarita Valley (Calif.)
This collection was bequeathed to the Water Resources Collections and Archives by Charles H. Lee.