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Image of people standing in a street next to piles of rubble, a crushed car, and stacked bricks with storefronts in the distance in Inglewood, California, after the 1920 earthquake. Poor Lizz, Inglewood earthquake, June 21, 1920."--text, on item. Title transcribed from item; date supplied by cataloger based on note on item. With handwritten note on postcard verso: "Here is one Lizzie that won't 'rumble right along' any more. The quake didn't hurt anyone. There was no one on the streets when it happened. A few people dropped dead from heart failure.