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LAPD Street Signs 1930s


Officer Henry Clay Jackson
(Feb. 15, 1892 March 1, 1931)


Cause of death: Officer Jackson died as the result of a motorcycle accident.

Location of sign: North side of Wilshire Boulevard, between South Berendo Street and South New Hampshire Avenue


Officer William Arthur Anderson
(1905 Oct. 24, 1933)


Cause of death: Officer Anderson died as the result of a motorcycle accident while he was chasing a motorist.

Location of sign: Northeast corner of Pico Boulevard and Spaulding Avenue


Officer Alfred Clarence "Scotty" Madon
(February 1898 June 16, 1935)


Cause of death: Officer Madon died as the result of a motorcycle accident.

Location of sign: Northeast corner of West Olympic Boulevard and Georgia Street


Officer Donald Chapin Tisdale
(Jan. 14, 1904 March 10, 1937)


Cause of death: Officer Tisdale died as the result of a motorcycle accident.

Location of sign: Northeast corner of Alameda and Anaheim streets


Officer Neville Batt
(Dec. 12, 1893 July 9, 1937)


Cause of death: Officer Batt died as the result of injuries suffered when his patrol car was struck by a freight train.

Location of sign: Northeast corner of Avalon and Harry Bridges boulevards


Officer Walsteen Eli Long
(1893 Jan. 18, 1938)


Cause of death: Officer Long was struck and killed by an automobile.

Location of sign: South side of Ventura Boulevard, west of Coldwater Canyon Avenue


Officer Weymouth T. Lockridge
(1912 Sept. 9, 1938)


Cause of death: Officer Lockridge died as the result of an automobile accident.

Location of sign: South side of West Temple Street, between North Bonnie Brae Street and North Burlington Avenue


Lt. Harry G. Emsley
(1889 Jan. 12, 1939)


Cause of death: Lt. Emsley died as the result of a motorcycle accident.

Location of sign: Southeast corner of Foothill Boulevard and Sierra Highway



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