Title:[Viola Clements scrapbook of the Long Beach, California earthquake]
Creator/Contributor:Clements, Viola, 1898-1970, creator, creator.
Scrapbook containing chiefly snapshot photographs and newspaper clippings documenting damage from the earthquake that struck
near Long Beach, California at 5:54 PM on March 10, 1933.
Long Beach Earthquake, Calif., 1933
Long Beach Earthquake, Calif., 1933 -- Photographs
Earthquakes -- California -- Long Beach
Earthquakes -- California -- Long Beach -- Photographs
Buildings -- Earthquake effects -- California -- Long Beach -- Photographs
Autograph of Mrs. Viola Clements on inside front cover.
Viola Clements scrapbook of the Long Beach, California earthquake, BANC PIC 2018.103, The Bancroft Library, University of
Purchase from Ken Harrison ; 2018.
Viola Timmons Clements (born September 18, 1898 in Oklahoma ; died October 15, 1970, Las Vegas, Nevada) was a beauty parlor
operator in Long Beach and Los Angeles, California. Her daughter, Margie G. Duca (born January 1, 1921 in Oklahoma ; died
March 8. 1999 in Las Vegas, Nevada) was Navy veteran of World War II.
Address label of Margie Duca (daughter of Viola Clements) mounted on inside front cover. CU-BANC
69 photographs in 1 album : gelatin silver prints ; prints various sizes, album 25 x 38 cm
BANC PIC 2018.103--fALB