Photograph of the Los Angeles Times Building on Broadway and First Street after being bombed, October 1, 1910. Firemen pictured at left continue to struggle to put out the blaze. The building, partially collapsed to the left, has a firemen's ladder extending to its third-story window. Rubble and debris can be seen piled-up at left where the building has collapsed. The bombing itself was the work of striking union members; directly before the bombing and during a metal worker's strike, the Times had been decidedly anti-union both in its editorials and in its treatment of employees, consequently invoking the dynamiting.