BAJA CALIFORNIA (MEXICO), 1956-1967 (BULK 1956-1957)
72 negatives: ASA001-1127 – 1198
Box 4. Box 6: 1 degraded negative ASA001-1183
Nine sub-series in chronological order.
Howe made many trips to Baja before the paved highway opened up the peninsula in 1973. He relates an amusing tale of a jeep trip with Clyde Price (Howe, 1976a). See also: ASA001-1282 – 1301 for additional negatives of photographs taken in Baja.
Baja California, September, 1956
2 negatives: ASA001-1127 – 1128
“My friend Jose Villavicencia at Rancho Barrile” (Howe, original enclosure of ASA001-1127).
The rancho “El Barril” (remote when Howe visited it) is northeast of Santa Gertrudis (which is north of San Ignacio) (Crosby, 1981).
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