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Burned pier pilings, part of the ruins of the fire on the Abbot Kinney Pier in Venice, California, which took place on December 20, 1920. "Venice Dec 22 1920"--text, on item. Writing on back reads: "Abbot Kinney Pier burned 12-20-20. Started by gas heater. Officially reopened July 4, 1921. Only the Big Dipper, Bandstand Tower and Captive Airplane ride escaped the flames. 1 fireman died."--text, handwritten in pencil on verso. Title and date transcribed from item. The fire was started on December 20, 1920, by a gas heater explosion in the Dance Pavilion.
1 photograph : print ; sheet 8.7 x 13.7 cm (postcard format)