Julius Shulman-Los Angeles Times Bombing,"Crime of the Century"
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Photographer: Julius Shulman

Subject: Los Angeles Times Bombing

Location: Los Angeles, California

Job: 4954-2X

Year: 1934


Called "The Crime of the Century", the Los Angeles Times Building was bombed by a member of the International Association of Bridge and Stuctural Iron Workers on October 1, 1910.
The explosion and fire injured more than 100 employees and killed 21. After his arrest, James B. McNamara was convicted and sentence to life in prison.

 *This print is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity authorized by the Julius Shulman Trust and Photographic Archives.

Gelatin Silver Print: Unframed. Paper size: 16" x 20" (40.64 x 50.0 cm.), Image size: 16" x 16" (40.6 x 40.6 cm).
Shulman's studio stamp and signature in white ink on recto.
Signed by Julius Shulman at his Hollywood Hills Studio.

Image is in Excellent Condition. Condition Report: Any condition statement is given as an opinion and the condition statement does not imply that this photograph is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfection or the effects of aging.

This Julius Shulman image came from Shulman's Hollywood Hills studio.

  • Item #: Job: 4954-2X

Julius Shulman-Los Angeles Times Bombing,"Crime of the Century"

Price: $1,150.00
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