File:1938 flood at Atwood.webm

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1938_flood_at_Atwood.webm(WebM audio/video file, Vorbis/VP8, length 1 min 24 s, 640 × 428 pixels, 1.09 Mbps overall)

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English: The great flood of 1938 damaged many Orange County communities, but it struck hardest in the largely Mexican-American communities of Atwood and La Jolla. Most of the deaths caused by the flood came from this area, near the spot where the Santa Ana River initially broke through its banks. The Atwood area is now part of the City of Anaheim.
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Author Orange County Archives

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Completed transcode 16:50, 22 February 2014Low bandwidth Ogg video (160P)
Completed transcode 16:51, 22 February 2014Web streamable Ogg video (360P)
Completed transcode 19:42, 1 January 2014Web streamable WebM (360P)
Completed transcode 19:42, 1 January 2014Web streamable Ogg video (480P)