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Tag - Death Valley
The Big Four Mine (Death Valley National Park)
Sunrise from Ubehebe Crater (Death Valley National Park)
Chloride Cliff (Death Valley National Park)
Tourists ride the Baby Gauge Railroad at Ryan, CA.
Digging Death Valley Scotty’s Grave above the Castle. Scotty died on January 5, 1954.
Chinese Miners working in Death Valley. Circa 1880.
The Wife of Indian George, a prominent Death Valley Shoshone Indian.
Butte Valley, Death Valley National Park. Circa 1934
Gnome’s Work Shop, Death Valley National Park. Circa 1934
Looking up Golden Canyon towards Manley Beacon and the Cathedral. Circa 1947
Baseball in Death Valley? Introducing the Skidoo Baseball Team.
Ranch houses at Furnace Creek Ranch, 1926.
Furnace Creek Ranch in 1926, the only green spot in the valley and the only settlement (Indians).
The two-mile “Devils” Golf Course – it took over an hour to navigate these borax salt pinnacles. Circa 1926
The 8 x 14 school-house at Furnace Creek. Circa 1926.
Camp at Bennett’s Well, 1926.
Taking stock at Bennett’s Well – a watering hole in the valley. 2 ft. to the rear is geological marker – 276 ft. Circa 1926
Confidence Mill and mine abandoned many years ago by the Mormons for lack of water. Circa 1926.
Leaving Superstition Canyon, Mount Whitney in the distance. Circa 1926.
Superstition Canyon in Death Valley, about 1 1/2 miles from Furnace Creek Ranch. Circa 1926
Cave Springs, in 1926. A mine entrance being used as a garage.
A short cut around to Mormon Point. A good idea of the roads in 1926.
Near Cave Springs, in route to Death Valley, 1926.
Southern edge of Death Valley in 1926. Burros abandoned by miners.
The “road” over the Devils Golf Course in 1926.