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Napa, CA, September 9, 2014 ; Cracked plaster reveals wall lath and latticework in the historic Romanesque Goodman Library building in the City of Napa, California, which was struck by a 6.0 earthquake at 3:20 a.m. on August 24, 2014. The Goodman Library was donated to the City of Napa by philanthropist George Goodman in 1901 and is the longest continually operating library in the State of California. The building was seismically stabilized and retrofitted with assistance from FEMA in 2004-2005. FEMA supports state, local and tribal governments in their efforts to recover from natural disasters and mitigate all hazards. Photo by Christopher Mardorf / FEMA

Napa, CA, September 9, 2014 ; Cracked plaster reveals wall lath and latticework in the historic Romanesque Goodman Library building in the City of Napa, California, which was struck by a 6.0 earthquake at 3:20 a.m. on August 24, 2014. The Goodman Library was donated to the City of Napa by philanthropist George Goodman in 1901 and is the longest continually operating library in the State of California. The building was seismically stabilized and retrofitted with assistance from FEMA in 2004-2005. FEMA supports state, local and tribal governments in their efforts to recover from natural disasters and mitigate all hazards. Photo by Christopher Mardorf / FEMA

 
 
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Date Taken: 2014-09-09 14:08:38 UTC

Photographer Name: Christopher Mardorf

City/State: Napa, CA

Keywords: Earthquake

Disaster Types: Earthquake

Categories: Debris ^ Mitigation
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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