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Photo: English: Oil field, Long Beach, California, 1920.
Source | Courtesy of the Los Angeles Public Library's Photo Collection[1].LA Public Library date unknown
Los Angeles Public Library Photographic Collection.
Image http://jpg1.lapl.org/pics45/00042263.jpg
Title Long Beach oil field
Date ca. 1920s; 1930s.
Physical Details 1 photograph : b&w
Collection SPNB [SPNB (Originally Hollywood Citizen-News)] Aerograph Co
Description Oil well gushing in Union Oil Company's Long Beach oil field in Signal Hill, as people watch. Houses are scattered about the area.
Subject Headings Union Oil Company of California.
On the photograph: Photo No. 27?, The Aerograph Co. 5880 ???????, LA, Cal. Union Oil Co's L.B.C. ????, Signal HillAccording to Davis, Ken, the Signal Hill Historical Society (2006). Signal Hill: Images of America. Arcadia Publishing. ISBN 0-7385-3073-5, the photo is of Union Oil Community Company's Well No. 11 in the Cresent Heights neighborhood of Signal Hill. [near the corner of Cherry and Burnett.] BlankVerse 10:34, 30 November 2006 (UTC)
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