"Two garner souvenirs of occasion. Danny Bettis, 2, and sister, Diane, 7, collect" -- Examiner clipping attached to verso, dated, "September 18, 1959".; "On The Scene AT Chavez Ravine: Rhymes, doesn't it? That's the only thing that rhymed yesterday when Walter O'Malley, civic officials and several thousand mountain-climbing Angelenos broke ground and busted down the most controversial patch of real estate in this community's modern history. It was the greatest land rush since they opened the Oklahoma Territory to home-steaders, or more descriptively, the gosh-darndest [sic] thundering of the human herd since gold was discovered at Mr. Stutter's mill. The ground-gouging ceremonies also precipitated the most inextricable traffic snarl in Los Angeles history and, as all freeways sufferers know, that's going some" -- Examiner clipping attached to verso, dated "September 17, 1959".