Caddy Mozart Johnson wearing the latest safety device for golf courses fashioned from wire-mesh and worn over the head and upper torso to protect caddies and bam wild golf balls; ca. 1920’s
Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 182 Going Down over San Diego after Colliding with Another Plane, 1978.
144 dead including 2 in the Cessna, 7 on the ground (2 children). With a reported impact speed of 300 mph, the Boeing 727 crashed into the North Park residential neighborhood of San Diego, CA.
Kind of a heartbreaking photo, knowing the outcome and reading the radio transcripts.
Photos of the plane in the air were taken by photographer Hans Wendt who was attending a press event. (A local news cameraman captured the fall of the Cessna on film, but I could not locate the footage.)
*Not only did no one survive, nobody made it intact.
“The accident was notable for the carnage it created. Only a few of the bodies were found recognizable and intact. First responders on the scene found pieces of bodies scattered throughout the area, including on rooftops and against trees, and gore splattered on walls.” (Source)
A child in a ‘baby cage’ – used to ensure children get enough sunlight and fresh air when living in an apartment building, 1937
Newsreel footage of baby cage in action.