1933 Long Beach Earthquake



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Y/M/D Description Place
1933/03/10 Long Beach is struck by a 6.4 magnitude earthquake. The offshore epicenter is southeast of Long Beach on the NewportInglewood Fault. Long Beach, California
1933/03/10 The Long Beach Earthquake damages downtown Santa Ana. The wall under the gable at the front of the Orange County Courthouse collapses. The facade will be repaired but the weakened cupola will be is removed as a precaution. Orange County Courthouse, Santa Ana, CA
1933/03/10 Stationed in San Pedro, the USS Arizona provides communications, a shore party to maintain order, first aid stations, food and shelter to the survivors of the Long Beach Earthquake. USS ARIZONA Wreck, World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument - Hawaii
1933/03/10 The solidly built Chateau Marmont rides out the Long Beach earthquake with a little shaking but no damage. Chateau Marmont, LA, Los Angeles
1935/00/00 Hollywood High School, except the Library and the Auditorium, is rebuilt after the 1933 Long Beach Earthquake. Hollywood High School, Los Angeles

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