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It appears to be the Arroyo and the Rose Bowl is under construction.
JM beat me to it. Gotta be the Rose Bowl's early beginnings.
I think it is related to the citrus industry. I think the horse are clearing rubble so that they can begin plowing and planting citrus trees over by Orange grove boulevard.
I think JM and Ben are right. If we're not building a Rose Bowl we're building a dam.
Oh man, do I have to get up at 5 a.m. to play this? Ok, here's the hail mary: clearing the space for the Raymond Hotel.
I've got a bridge I can sell you.
Devils Gate dam
The Rose Bowl sounds plausible, but I can't imagine that they would still be using horse power to break ground in 1920.
I'm not old enuf to have been around, so I can only come up with an uneducated guess: clearing the way to build either the Ambassador Auditorium or the Mayor's city provided parsonage aka mansion.
Ann: Can't help to see that you gave away your own answer in the naming of your picture... Let's redo this again...
They did use horses to haul dirt when building the Rose Bowl, so that's my guess, too!
Definately the Rose Bowl. Next time I'm waking up at 5am on Tuesday
Anonymous: I'm confused. Did I name the picture?
Ooh, Vannia: 5 a.m. is pretty early. Are you sure you want to compete with this crazy crowd? Good luck!
If you click scroll over or click your pictures to a new window, the url identifies the name of the pic..
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