3 images. Landslide (Pacific Palisades) (Castellammare), 17 March 1958. Sidewalk slipped three feet down hillside; Susie Nethercutt (looking at slide); Roy M. Kirtland; General view of slide area.; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Gaze. Date: 1958-03-17. Assignment: Castellammare slide. 57: Roy M. Kirtland, a neighbor, prepares to shoot a picture of "unsafe: home at 17544 Tramonto drive, Castellammare, (Pacific Palisades). He stands on a sidewalk, part of which has slipped three feet down the hillside. 10: Signs like this (on door of home at 17544 Tramonto drive) appear on three homes. The others at 17420 and 17550. 8: Neighbor Susie Nethercutt takes a peek in a condemned home at 17526 Tramonto road. Current rain storms have given impetus to the gradual slide of this and two other houses".; Caption slip continues: "Photographer: Gaze... 52-53-61-62: Closed by the Los Angeles Department of Public Works is Posetano road in Castellammare (Pacific Palisades) where the roadway has dropped an average of about an inch a day in the last three months. 5-6: Neighbor, Susie Nethercutt, inspects slippage at home at 17544 Tramonto drive, which has been declared unsafe. 7-9: Susie Nethercutt, UCLA student (and a neighbor) inspects cracks in the wall of a home at 17538 Tramonto drive, Castellammare, (Pacific Palisades). This is one of three homes declared unsafe by the board of public works last January and which has continued to slip since, (especially during most recent rains). 58-59: View from fallen Posetano road of three homes at top of Castellammare bluff which today are in danger of sliding downhill. All three were condemned in January as unsafe. Posetano road, (foreground) has slipped about 9 feet in less than three months".