MESQUITE SPRINGS (CALIFORNIA), OCTOBER 26-27, 1957
19 negatives: ASA001-190 – 208
Box 1. Box 6: 4 degraded negatives ASA001-190, 192, 201, 208
Views of the historical Tonopah and Tidewater Railway in the desert; a jeep campsite is near the railway track (ASA001-190 – 195). Howe (1960) cross-indexed the photographs under the entry “Historical Interest.” One photograph shows pictographs on rocks viewed from Mesquite Springs towards the railway (ASA001-194).
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