AMAZON HILL AND CAVE (INYO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA), 1954-1961
18 negatives: ASA001-145 – 162
Three sub-series in chronological order
Near Lone Pine. ASA participated in a survey sponsored by the Eastern California Museum in September 1957 that located five caves with evidence of recent Indian occupation (Rozaire, 1968). Howe (n.d.) mentions a Waldo Kell. Material from the survey went to the Eastern California Museum (Steele, 1982).
Amazon Hill and Cave, July 24-25, 1954
8 negatives: ASA001-145 – 152
Landscapes showing the hill and the cave entrance; a young man near the cave entrance (ASA001-148 and 151); and a group of people posing on the hoods of two cars (ASA001-152).
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