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Tag - Nevada
White River Narrows Archeological District
Bullmoose Mine / Gold Ace Mine
Devils Hole (Death Valley National Park)
Wells Fargo in Virginia City, NV. Circa 1860’s.
A Young Shoshone Brave, and his Parents. Bullfrog, NV in 1906.
Mark Twain’s Cabin Aurora, Nevada. Circa 1927
The California Hotel, and Beatty Laundry in Beatty, NV. Date unknown.
Warm Soda Springs (Soda Lake, NV). Circa 1863
Logan City, NV
Looking up Main Street in Rhyolite. Circa 1906.
Rhyolite, NV – Burro Race at the towns 4th of July celebration in 1908.
Miners Union Parade, Golden Street – Rhyolite, NV – 1906
Shooting Gallery Petroglyphs
Ash Springs Petroglyphs
Crystal Wash Petroglyphs and Village Site
The Carson and Colorado on a trestle between Bellville, NV and Candelaria, moving ore from the Northern Belle Mine to the mill. Date unknown.
The mining district at Goldfield, NV – 1925.
Las Vegas, Nv in the early 1900s.
Shoshone Indian camp at Bullfrog, NV – 1908.
“Sporting Row” or “Red Light District” in Virginia City, NV. Circa 1924.
Group of Philadelphia and Delaware men who organized and operated Tonopah Mining Company and its affiliate interests arriving by coach from Sodaville, June 1902.
Train station at Sutcliffe, NV – 1932.
The town of Berlin, NV in 1906. The town was established in 1897 as a part of the Union Mining District. It was abandoned by 1911.
Anne Martin, Mabel Vernon and an unidentified man posing with a 1913 Overland automobile in the Nevada desert during the women’s suffrage campaign, a banner on the car reads: Votes for Women. Photo 1914.
An old shack at Frank Sauer’s Ranch, Washoe Valley, 1944