36 images. Storm damage, 07 March 1952. County Road Department Scraper at work, etc.; Gene Barry; Rio Hondo River running full, etc.; Firestone Boulevard Flooded, etc.; O. Serofani; Muriel Serofani; Dog "Pokey"; Fred Meyers (Red Cross worker); Mrs. Rose Zimmerman; Harriet Zimmerman -- 7 years; John R. Bowermaster; Billy Zimmerman -- 10 years; Henry Benner (Principal of Elmcroft School); Mrs. Herbert Winn; Jimmy Winn -- 9 years; Diana Winn -- 8 years; Billy Winn -- 10 years; Preston Winn -- 13 years; Dog "Corky".; Caption slip reads: :Photographer: Emery. Date: 1952-03-07. Reporter: Emery to rw. Assignment: Flood -- storm. 84-85: Principal Henry Bonner of Elmcroft School, Norwalk, holds up sign 'No School Today' to parents bringing kids in autos. School was surrounded by water too deep for pedestrian school kids. 16: Flood at Piuma Avenue and Alondra Boulevard, Norwalk area. Whole block of homes almost awash. 17: Area of Piuma Avenue and Alondra Boulevard, Norwalk district, with family on steps: Mrs. Herbert (Ruby) Winn and her kids, Jimmy, 9; Diane, 8; Billy, 10; and Preston, 13, with dog Corky. 39: Same group above, Preston handing dog Corky to Jimmy. 82-83: O. Serofani and wife Muriel carrying their dog Pokey, leaving their swamped home at 11638 207th Street, Artesia, in Woodland Park tract. They were flooded out last January too. 93: Red Cross worker Fred Meyers carrying Mrs. Rose Zimmerman from her home at 11648 207th Street, Artesia. Floors of several rooms are under 4 inches of water. This is second flood-out for her family this year. 92: Fred Meyers carrying Harriet Zimmerman, 7, and John R. Bowermaster (at right) carrying Billy Zimmerman, 10. Family was evacuated 11 a.m. from flooded home. Men are Red Cross workers, Artesia".