The place where the flood waters down the Verdugo Wash were diverted from the regular channel (shown between trees in center) by the woodland of alders at right and cut 100 yards of Verdugo highway and excavated the bank shown in photo 5651c. Crew of men were digging for bodies. 1934. Metcalf

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Metcalf, Woodbridge. The place where the flood waters down the Verdugo Wash were diverted from the regular channel (shown between trees in center) by the woodland of alders at right and cut 100 yards of Verdugo highway and excavated the bank shown in photo 5651c. Crew of men were digging for bodies. 1934. Metcalf. 1934. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://dc.lib.berkeley.edu/catalog/Metcalf_metcalf1_4118. (Accessed December 17, 2018.)
APA citation style
Metcalf, Woodbridge, (1934) The place where the flood waters down the Verdugo Wash were diverted from the regular channel (shown between trees in center) by the woodland of alders at right and cut 100 yards of Verdugo highway and excavated the bank shown in photo 5651c. Crew of men were digging for bodies. 1934. Metcalf. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://dc.lib.berkeley.edu/catalog/Metcalf_metcalf1_4118
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Metcalf, Woodbridge. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://dc.lib.berkeley.edu/catalog/Metcalf_metcalf1_4118>.
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