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SCAP0126-001.pdf
Esmeralda Hotel in Aurora, Nevada, 1920s. Aurora, Nevada was a silver mining boom town founded in 1860. Aurora was in its heyday in the 1860s (Mark Twain briefly lived there), but it slowly declined after 1870. It went through a rebirth in 1912…
SCAP0126-002.pdf
Gallagher & Brown liquor store/saloon in Aurora, Nevada, exterior. Aurora, Nevada was a silver mining boom town founded in 1860. Aurora was in its heyday in the 1860s (Mark Twain briefly lived there), but it slowly declined after 1870. It went…
SCAP0126-003.pdf
Horse-drawn hearse in Aurora, Nevada, 1920s. Aurora, Nevada was a silver mining boom town founded in 1860. Aurora was in its heyday in the 1860s (Mark Twain briefly lived there), but it slowly declined after 1870. It went through a rebirth in 1912…
SCAP0126-004.pdf
Gravestone of William E. Carder. Inscription reads: "William E. Carder. Native of Tennessee. Aged 33 years. Was assassinated in Aurora on the night of Dec. 10. 1864. I will avenge, saith the Lord. Erected by his Wife Annie E." Aurora, Nevada …
SCAP0126-005.pdf
View of Rhyolite, Nevada, 1920s. Rhyolite, Nevada was founded in 1904 after Shorty Harris and Ed Cross discovered Rhyolite Quartz at the Bullfrog mine. By 1906 the town had two railroad lines and a population of 10,000. The mines, however, did not…
SCAP0126-006.pdf
View of Rhyolite, Nevada showing the Overbury Building, 1920s. Rhyolite, Nevada was founded in 1904 after Shorty Harris and Ed Cross discovered Rhyolite Quartz at the Bullfrog mine. By 1906 the town had two railroad lines and a population of 10,000.…
SCAP0126-007.pdf
The train depot of the Las Vegas and Tonopah Railroad in Rhyolite, Nevada, 1920s. Rhyolite, Nevada was founded in 1904 after Shorty Harris and Ed Cross discovered Rhyolite Quartz at the Bullfrog mine. By 1906 the town had two railroad lines and a…
SCAP0126-008.pdf
The Bottle House in Rhyolite, Nevada, 1920s. Rhyolite, Nevada was founded in 1904 after Shorty Harris and Ed Cross discovered Rhyolite Quartz at the Bullfrog mine. By 1906 the town had two railroad lines and a population of 10,000. The mines,…
SCAP0126-009.pdf
View across Death Valley from Chloride Cliff, 1920s. One silver gelatin POP print purchased from Amalgre Books of Bloomington, Indiana in April of 1997.
SCAP0126-010.pdf
Shorty Harris and companion eating next to an automobile somewhere in Death Valley during the 1920s. Harris took most of the photographs in this collection of images taken in the late 1920s in the Death Valley area of Nevada and California including…
SCAP0126-011.pdf
Twenty-mule train near Calico, California, 1905. Calico, California was initially founded as a silver mining town in 1882 but by 1890 the cost of recovering the silver became prohibitive. The town, however, continued to exist until 1907 due to the…
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Empty boat on Lee's Ferry, Colorado River.
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House with ladders in Tuba City. Envelope 24.
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Two unidentified men laughing while hunting in Monument Valley. Envelope 15.
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Truck flipped on its side from crash or accident.
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Monument in Monument Valley.
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Unidentified men pushing and two horses pulling Maxwell automobile up a hill.
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Unidentified man pulling Maxwell automobile up the hill using a crank.
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Scenic view of Bluff, Utah. Twin Rock in picture.
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Monument, probably Monument Valley. Roll 3122.
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Top photo: Burros and camera. Bottom photo: Probably L.W. Clement next to packed burro. Torma Andrus with either Irene Andrus or Jennie Clement in the foreground.
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Probably H. Stanley Hinnricks and Dolph Andrus in the Maxwell, monuments of Monument Valley seen in background. Could also be William H. Hopkins with Dolph Andrus. See also P0542 Box 1 Folder 03 Photo 19.
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"Jennie Clement, negative." Burro trip.
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Indian pottery and rugs on display outside Spencer's Trading post.
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An unidentified man pushes the Maxwell automobile while a horse pulls from the front, Dixie, Utah. Envelope 7.
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Maxwell automobile stuck in mud, probably near Zion National Park. Envelope A.
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Four unidentified people in front of trees gathering blossoms. Kaibab. Kanab. Houserock. Envelope 41.
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Photocopy of Dr. Hopkins holding the chisel next to Monumental Highway carving.
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Horses, one with unidentified rider, pulling the Maxwell automobile through sage brush, near Monument Valley, Bluff, Comb Ridge. Envelope 11.
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Probably H. Stanley Hinnricks and Dolph Andrus in Maxwell automobile, Monument Valley. Could also be William H. Hopkins with Dolph Andrus. Envelope 17. See also P0542 Box 1 Folder 02 Photo 15.
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Unidentified man standing with camera next to Maxwell automobile. Monuments of Monument Valley in the background. Near Bluff. Envelope 11.
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Man riding on the outside of Maxwell automobile, overlooking San Juan River. Envelope 25.
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Man on horseback pulling the Maxwell automobile. Kaibab. Kanab. House Rock. Envelope 41.
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Automobile on the bridge over the San Juan River. Envelope 25.
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Maxwell automobile probably on Comb Ridge. Monument Valley, Bluff. Envelope 11.
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Agathla Peak, near Monument Valley.
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"Leaving Augusta." See page 69. Page numbers refer to Andrus's personal history. No burros.
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Unidentified man, presumably Dolph Andrus or William Hopkins, crouched next to the Maxwell automobile by rocks near Tuba City. Envelope 24.
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Scenic view of Monument Valley, possibly Mitchell Mesa on the left.
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Two horses pulling the Maxwell automobile. Unidentified rider and driver. Monument Valley, near Bluff.
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Buildings in Tuba City. Envelope 24.
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Dolph, Irene and Torma Andrus, and Jennie Clement next to five burros and their backs.
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Maxwell automobile on the road, Dixie. Unidentified man leaning on automobile pointing at the rock with "ZCMI" inscribed. Envelope 7.
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Big Indian Butte, Monument Valley.
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Landscape scenic view of Monument Valley buttes. Appears to be from the opposite side of 1-08-11.
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L.W. Clement with the motion picture camera. Irene Andrus on horseback. See page 83 of Andrus's personal history.
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Torma Andrus at the wheel of her first car, 1917 Maxwell in Bluff, Utah.
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Torma Andrus having a tea party with two dolls, at Spencer's Trading Post.
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Child, probably Torma Andrus, with stuffed animal.
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East Mittens and Monument Valley West, with Merrick Butte.
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