Album containing 28 gelatin silver photographs of Owens Valley and surrounding area, dated between July 1905 and February
California engineer and land developer. Nathan W. Stowell was born in Claremont, New Hampshire in 1851, studied engineering
as a young man, and moved to California in 1874 where he became involved with land development and irrigation projects, in
Rialto, Corona, Ontario, East Whittier, and especially Cucamonga and the Imperial Valley. His business ventures included the
Stowell Cement Pipe Company, the Cucamonga Fruit Land Company, the Cucamonga Land and Improvement Company, the Ontario Power
Company, the Pacific Sewer Pipe Company, the California Development Company, and the Imperial Valley Water Company Number
1 album (28 photographic prints) : gelatin silver, 18 x 41 cm (album)
Photographs are panoramic views, oriented horizontally (89 x 273 mm), and are mounted on rectos of leaves of heavy black paper,
one to a page. Captions identifying location and date of each photograph are printed on slips of white paper affixed below
Bound in plain black paper covers; bound with faded gray silk ribbon threaded through four holes punched along left margin.
Spec. Coll. copy: in modern beige cloth clamshell box (21 x 43 cm), with box title "Owens Valley."
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