5 images. Palisades landslide, 03 April 1958. Wind damage; Jimmy Brenton -- 9 years; Chris Bowers -- 8 years; New Cracks on 15375 Via De Las Olas; Dr. William M. Byers; Mary Byers (wife); James Hayes; Steven Hayes; Gloria Hayes (wife); Michael Hayes.; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Gaze. Date: 1958-04-03. Reporter: Gaze. Assignment: Palisades slide area wind. 57/58: Adding insult to injury, heavy winds early today hit hard in the landslide area at Pacific Palisades. At the home of Victor Marquardt, 15425 Via De Las Olas, across the street from Monday's huge landslide, the wind smashed tile from the roof. Inspecting damage, left to right: Jimmy Brenton, 9, and Chris Bowers, 8, neighbors".; Other caption slip reads: "Photographer: Gaze. Date: 1958-04-03. Reporter: Gaze. Assignment: Palisades slide settles. 7/8: Home at 15375 Vi De Las Olas (background) is just across street from abandoned outer section of street (this side of fence) which showed evidence of further slippage today. New cracks appeared in the street above and the top of the new landslide settled up to a depth of 10 feet in 24 hours".; Additional caption slip reads: "Photographer: Gaze. Date: 1958-04-03. Reporter: Gaze. Assignment: Malibu wind damage. 55/56: Retired physician, Dr. William M. Byers, treats his wife, Mary, for facial cuts suffered when big picture window blew in on them during miniature tornado at their beach home east of Paradise Cove. 65/66: Dr. Byersand's wife inspects wind damage. In front of them is roof blown from their porch on opposite side of house. 59/60: James Hayes holding Steven, and his wife, Gloria, holding Michael, 15 -- months old twins, stand beside damage caused to their beach cottage, one of three hit by miniature tornado near Paradise Cove. Windows were smashed and roof was blown from bedroom addition. Flying timbers swept away stairway railings and power lines, tilted power pole".