Title supplied by cataloger.; Photograph used for articles dated: April 6, 1934 and September 3, 1962. First photograph captions reads, "One of the biggest and most devastating fires in Southern California's history broke out on Sept. 3, 1912, sweeping the pier and amusement district of Ocean Park. The flames destroyed $1,500,000 worth of property. H. L. Locke was trapped on the end pf the pier, leaped into the sea and was drowned. Photo shows the ruins in wake of the fire." Photograph dated: April 6, 1934.; Second photograph captions reads, "The $1 million Fraser Pier at Ocean Park was a sea of smoldering ruins after the disastrous fire of Sept. 3, 1912. Nobody knew just how it had started. Some said a defective flue in one of the cafes H. L. Locke, a cashier, was trapped on end of the pier. He leaped into the sea and drowned." Photograph dated: September 3, 1962.
1 photographic print :b&w ;21 x 26 cm. Photographic prints