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Fabricius, Klaus, and Saunders, Red. 24 Hours in the Life of Los Angeles. Muchnic, Suzanne, Moving to Back of Bus Bench, Los Angeles Times, July 6, 1979, p. IV-9. "WIPI History Starting 1981 - Women In Photography International".
Los Angeles Citywide Mural Project. Fabricius, Klaus, and Saunders, Red. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Wolf created a public art project of bus bench murals consisting of photos of ordinary people sitting on bus benches. The photographs were placed on the sides of buses and the back of bus benches in Los Angeles, San Diego, and Oakland, CA, and Arles, France.
24 hours in the life of Los Angeles. 978-O-912383-O4-O (O-912383-O4-6).
Klaus and Red Saunders, eds. Fabricius. K. R. · K S · R. S. Klaus and Schutte, Wolfgang U. Haese.
The Chinese massacre of 1871 was a race riot that occurred on October 24, 1871, in Los Angeles, California, when a mob of around 500 white and mestizo persons entered Chinatown and attacked, robbed, and murdered Chinese residents
The Chinese massacre of 1871 was a race riot that occurred on October 24, 1871, in Los Angeles, California, when a mob of around 500 white and mestizo persons entered Chinatown and attacked, robbed, and murdered Chinese residents. The massacre took place on Calle de los Negros (Street of the Blacks/Black Street) also referred to as "Negro Alley". The mob gathered after hearing that a policeman had been shot and a rancher killed by Chinese.