Collection of Photographs by Carleton E. Watkins, ca. 1874-1890

Processed by Lori Reyes and Kathleen Butler.
Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California 94720-3712
1997

Collection of Photographs by Carleton E. Watkins, ca. 1874-1890

Accession 578, Catalogue Numbers 13-1302--13-1307, 1318

Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology



University of California

Berkeley, California 1997
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    September 1996
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Collection Summary

Collection Title: Collection of Photographs by Carleton E. Watkins
Collection Number: Accession 578, Catalogue Numbers 13-1302--13-1307, 1318
Extent: 140 photographic prints : albumen ; on 22 x 28 inch mounts 140 digital objects
Photographer: Carleton E. Watkins
Repository: Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology. University of California, Berkeley.
Berkeley, California 94720-3712
Languages Represented: English

Information for Researchers

Access

Original prints are restricted and may not be viewed unless permission is granted by the museum's Director. Photographs should be requested by their catalogue numbers.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to The Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology. All requests for permission to publish photographs must be submitted in writing to the museum's Director. Permission for publication is given on behalf of The Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.
Copyright restrictions also apply to digital representations of the original materials. Use of digital files is restricted to research and educational purposes.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Collection of Photographs by Carleton E. Watkins, Accession 578, Catalogue Numbers 13-1302--13-1307, 1318, Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley.

Digital Representations Available

Digital representations of selected original pictorial materials are available in the list of materials below. Digital image files were prepared from selected Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology originals by the Library Photographic Service. Museum originals were copied onto 35mm color transparency film; the film was scanned and transferred to Kodak Photo CD (by Custom Process); and the Photo CD files were color-corrected and saved in JFIF (JPEG) format for use as viewing files.

Related Collections

The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley has a large collection of work by Carleton E. Watkins including:
Identifier/Call Number: BANC PIC 1905.17175--PIC :
Title: Hearst Mining collection of views by C.E. Watkins.
Identifier/Call Number: BANC PIC 19xx.197--PIC :
Title: Photographic views of the Golden Feather and Golden Gate Mining Claims by Carleton E. Watkins.
Identifier/Call Number: BANC PIC 1974.019--PIC :
Title: Photographic Views of El Verano and vicinity, Sonoma Vall ey, California. Photographed by Carleton E. Watkins.
Identifier/Call Number: BANC PIC 19xx.198--PIC :
Title: California Scenes [1860's - 70's] by Carleton E. Watkins.
Identifier/Call Number: BANC PIC 19xx.199--PIC :
Title: Photographs of Yosemite and Oregon by Carleton E. Watkins.
Identifier/Call Number: BANC PIC 19xx.194--PIC :
Title: Photographs of the Mariposa Estate and Environs Taken by Carleton E. Watkins, 1860.

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

The Collection of Photographs by Carleton E. Watkins held by the Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology was donated to the University of California by Phoebe Apperson Hearst and accessioned by the museum in 1904.

Biography

Carleton E. Watkins was born in Oneonta, Oswego county, New York, on November 11, 1829. He was the youngest of five children of a Scottish innkeeper. During his youth he became acquainted with Collis P. Huntington, who frequented his father's hotel. Soon after the discovery of gold, both young men went to California, where Huntington later became one of the Big Four who built the Central Pacific Railroad.
In 1854, while working as a clerk in a store on Montgomery Street, Watkins met R. H. Vance, the daguerreotyper who had studios in San Francisco, San Jose and Sacramento. The employee at Vance's San Jose studio had suddenly quit and Vance asked Watkins if he would fill in until a permanent replacement could be found. Although he knew nothing of photographic processes, Watkins agreed. For the first few days he was simply the care-taker of the studio, but when Vance could not find a new operator, he instructed Watkins in coating the daguerreotype plates and making exposures. With only the briefest instructions, Watkins was able to make portraits and completely operated the gallery for a short period. In 1857 or 1858 Watkins returned to San Francisco where he established his own photographic studio for portraits and view photography. Watkins usually spent a large portion of the summer traveling throughout California, leaving his gallery and studio in the hands of an assistant. In 1858 or 1859 he visited the Mariposa Grove and was the first person to photograph the "Grizzly Giant." In 1861, Watkins visited the Yosemite Valley and made the first 18" x 22" landscape photographs in California (and possibly the world). He made many more trips to Yosemite during the 1860's and 1870's.
In 1868 Watkins made his first trip to Oregon, where he made the first photographic reproductions of the Columbia River. Five years later, Watkins went to Utah with his wagon, team and photographic equipment on railroad cars. Thanks to his friend Collis P. Huntington, he traveled free. He was accompanied on this trip by close friend and artist William Keith, who made extensive use of Watkins' photographs for many of his oil paintings.
During the winter of 1871-72, Watkins expanded his San Francisco gallery (the Yosemite Gallery), which put an extra strain on his finances. When the Bank of California went under in 1874, Watkins lost his Yosemite Art Galley to competitors J.J. Cook and I.W. Taber. Not only did his competitors take over his Gallery, they took all of his negatives as well. Watkins then began the task of rebuilding his collection, which meant rephotographing many of the sites he had visited earlier in his career. "Watkins' New Series" of views replaced those lost in the foreclosure. Watkins did become reassociated with the Yosemite Gallery, first as a photographer, and later as manager, but never as the owner.
Watkins went to the Comstock Lode, near Virginia City, Nevada, in 1876. Here he made many of the photographs that comprise The Bancroft Library's Hearst Collection. It was probably during this trip that he met Frances Sneed, who later managed his Montgomery Street studio and became his wife on November 11, 1880 (Watkins' fiftieth birthday). They had two children : a daughter, Julia and a son, Collis.
In 1880, Watkins went to Southern California for the first time and traveled along the line of the Southern Pacific Railroad. Later he went to the "End of the Track" and as far as Tombstone, Arizona. The photographs taken by Watkins on this trip represent some of the earliest views of San Bernardino, San Gabriel, Pasadena, Los Angeles and San Diego. On the way back to San Francisco, he followed the old overland stage road, traveling the greater part of the way in his wagon and photographing most of the Franciscan missions. These pictures constitute the earliest photographic collection of California Missions.
On a second trip to the Northwest in 1890, Watkins made a series of stereoscopic views in Victoria, B. C. He extended this trip into Montana where he made 18" x 22" views of the Anaconda copper mines and other properties. His last large commercial job and long country trip was to photograph the development work of the Kern County Land Company near Bakersfield. He made seven hundred views using 8" x 10" dry plate negatives. In the late 1890's, Watkins began to photograph the Hearst Hacienda near Pleasanton for Phoebe Apperson Hearst, but ill health prevented him from completing the assignment.
Watkins was in the process of negotiating with Stanford University for the sale of his plates, photographs, etc. when the 1906 earthquake struck San Francisco. By this time, Watkins was partially blind, in poor health and experiencing financial difficulties. He had been living with his family in his studio on the top floor of a building on the southeast corner of Ninth and Market Streets. Immediately following the quake, Watkins' wife and daughter went to the refugee camp at the Presidio. Watkins was led by his son to the home of his old friend, C. B. Turrill, who had assisted Watkins financially in the past. Watkins' entire collection was destroyed in the fire which followed the quake. He was shocked by the loss of his life's work and shortly thereafter retired to his small ranch near Capay in Yolo County. The ranch had been deeded to Watkins through the offices of Collis P. Huntington of the Southern Pacific Railroad for his faithful, but unpaid, service to the railroad.
Watkins never recovered from the shock of losing his entire collection in the San Francisco fire. He managed to live at the ranch with his family until it became necessary to have him committed to the Napa State Hospital at Imola, California in 1910. He died on June 23, 1916 at the age of eighty-seven and was buried on the hospital grounds.
(From : The Early Pacific Coast Photographs of Carleton E. Watkins, by J. W. Johnson, Professor of Hydraulic Engineering, University of California Berkeley, and "The Life and Photography of Carleton E. Watkins," by Peter E. Palmquist.)

Scope and Content

The collection consists of 140 albumen prints on their original 22 x 28 inch mounts. The collection comprises views of the western United States including Upper Geyser Basin National Park, a rare set of images of Mammoth Hot Springs National Park, Casa Grande Pre-Historic Ruins in Arizona, scenes along the Columbia River in Oregon and Washington including Cape Horn, views from Mt. Lola and Round Top, Lake Tahoe, scenes along the route of the Central Pacific Railroad, views of San Francisco, and uncommon images of Monterey county. These are primarily landscape views, but also include scenes of industrial and urban development. The photographs are undated; however, many of the images are noted on their mounts as being from Watkins's "New Series." Photographs in his "New Series" were made after 1874. Watkins was active between 1854 and the late 1890s.

Container Listing

 

:13-1302a "Old Faithful", Upper Geyser Basin, National Park. :S. 114 (New Series)

 

:13-1302b Fire-Hole River and Castle Geyser, Upper Geyser Basin, National Park. :S. 113 (New Series)

 

:13-1302c White Pyramid Geyser, Upper Geyser Basin, National Park. :S. 112 (New Series)

 

:13-1302d Grotto Geyser, Upper Geyser Basin, National Park. :S. 110 (New Series)

 

:13-1302e Giant Geyser, Upper Geyser Basin, National Park. :S. 111 (New Series)

 

Cleopatra Terraces, Mammoth Hot Springs, National Park.

 

:13-1302f :S. 106 (New Series)

 

:13-1302g :S. 105 (New Series)

 

:13-1302h Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel, from the Minerva National Park. :S. 104 (New Series)

 

Minerva Terraces, Mammoth Hot Springs, National Park.

 

:13-1302i :S. 103 (New Series)

 

:13-1302j :S. 102 (New Series)

 

:13-1302k :S. 101 (New Series)

 

Pulpit Terraces, Mammoth Hot Springs, National Park.

 

:13-1302l :S. 109 (New Series)

 

:13-1302m :S. 108 (New Series)

 

:13-1302n :S. 107 (New Series)

 

:13-1302o Thompson Falls, Thompson River, Montana Territory. :S. 68 (New Series)

 

:13-1302p Spokan Falls, N.P.R.R., Washington Terraces. :S. 65 (New Series)

 

:13-1302q Mt. Hood and the Dalles, Columbia River, Oregon. :S. 40 (New Series)

 

:13-1302r The Head of the Dalles, Columbia River, Oregon. :S. 47 (New Series)

 

:13-1302s Mt. Hood from the Dalles, Columbia River, Oregon. :S. 45 (New Series)

 

:13-1302t Passage of the Dalles, Columbia River Scenery, Oregon. :S. 43 (New Series)

 

Rock Bluffs, Columbia River, Oregon.

 

:13-1302u :S. 39 (New Series)

 

:13-1302v :S. 37 (New Series)

 

:13-1302w Mitchell's Point, Columbia River, Oregon. :S. 30 (New Series)

 

:13-1302x Indian Summer on the Columbia, View from the Tunnel No. 3, Columbia River, Oregon. :S. 36 (New Series)

 

:13-1302y Hood River and Mt. Hood, Columbia River Scenery, Oregon. :S. 33 (New Series)

 

:13-1302z Upper Cascades and Gov. Locks, Columbia River, Washington Ter. :S. 59 (New Series)

 

:13-1302aa Indian Block House and Rapids, Washington Ter. :S. 58 (New Series)

 

:13-1302bb Tooth Bridge and Eagle Creek Crossing, Columbia River, Oregon. :S. 17 (New Series)

 

:13-1302cc Salmon Wheel, Cascades, Columbia River, Oregon. :S. 12 (New Series)

 

:13-1302dd Salmon Wheel Boat, Cascades, Columbia River, Oregon. :S. 13 (New Series)

 

:13-1302ee View of the Columbia, Castle Rock and Lower Landing. :S. 55 (New Series)

 

:13-1302ff Castle Rock, Columbia River, Washington Ter. :S. 53 (New Series)

 

:13-1302gg Winter on the Columbia, Relief Train Passing the Needles. :S. 49 (New Series)

 

Cape Horn, Columbia River, Oregon.

 

:13-1302hh :S. 28 (New Series)

 

:13-1302ii :S. 27 (New Series)

 

:13-1302jj Multnomah Falls, Cascades, Columbia River, Oregon. :S. 26 (New Series)

 

:13-1303a From Mt. Lola, looking toward Round Top. On farthest ridge near center counting from the left, are Mt. Tallac, Round Top and Pyramid; to right of center in middle ridge is Castle Mountain. :1262

 

:13-1303b From Mt. Lola, looking toward Lake Tahoe, Truckee Valley on left. Round Top on distant ridge to right of center. Castle Mountain on rear ridge. :1261

 

:13-1303c Lake Edna, looking west from point 400 ft. below station. Lake Edna shows in center. :1260

 

:13-1303d Mt. Lola, looking east from point 400 ft. below Azimuth. Camp on left; next is Lola, Azimuth, Sphinx Head, Lake Independence. :1255

 

:13-1303e Mt. Lola, from Sphinx Head looking W.N.W. :1256

 

:13-1303f Mt. Lola, from Lake Independence, Sphinx Head and North Head to left and right of center, respectively. :1251

 

:13-1303g Mt. Lola, from Lake Independence, Sphinx Head to left of center, western extremity of the Lake in the foreground, North Head on extreme left. :1252

 

:13-1303h Lake Independence, foot of trail to Mt. Lola. :1250

 

:13-1303i Round Top, 4 miles distant looking from W.S.W. over Lower Twin Lake. Blue Rock shows to left of Round Top in middle distance. :1271

 

:13-1303j Round Top, 3.5 miles distant looking from W.N.W. over Upper Twin Lake (2800 ft). :1270

 

Round Top, from Lake Winnemucca (1370 ft.) looking S.W.

 

:13-1303k :1269

 

:13-1303l :1268

 

:13-1303m Round Top, from Point on road near Carson Pass looking S. S. W. 3 miles. :1267

 

:13-1303n From Mt. Lola, North Head on left, wide trail along snow. To right of same is Lake Independence. Sphinx Head in middle foreground. South Head on the right. :1264

 

:13-1303o Mt. Lola, looking N. E. from under North Head. Lake Independence in Center, Washoe Peak and Valley of Truckee to right of center in distance. South Head on extreme right in foreground. :1254

 

:13-1303p From Mt. Lola, looking to N. N. W. from station. Downieville, Buttes and Weber Mountain on extreme left. :1266

 

:13-1303q From Mt. Lola, looking N. W. Downieville, Buttes and Weber Mountain to right of center in distance. :1265

 

:13-1303r From Mt. Lola, looking toward Round Top (not visible), South Head on left foreground; Castle Peak to right of center in distance. :1263

 

:13-1303s Summit of Mt. Lola, 9280 ft. high. Middle left is Heliotropers' Stone Hut; middle background is the North Summit. Picture shows the effect of wind on the trees. :1259

 

:13-1303t Round Top, from S.W. (instruments pointing upwards) Debris at angle of 45 degrees. Huts in chasm. :1276

 

:13-1303u Conglomerate Formations. On road to Jackson's, below Twin Lakes. :1290

 

:13-1303v Lake Independence. Looking eastward from under Sphinx Head and showing Lake Independence 2100 ft. high. :1253

 

:13-1303w Conglomerate Formations. Below Twin Lakes. Road to Jackson's in the right foreground. :1288

 

:13-1303x Conglomerate Formations. On road to Jackson's, below Twin Lakes. :1289

 

:13-1303y Round Top. From western edge looking east. Trail (blasted out) on extreme left foreground. Station Observations etc. in same. Summit City in middle of middle distance. To right of middle distance lie [sic] Blue Lake. Mokelumne Canon winding to foreground on left. :1278

 

:13-1303z View from Round Top. From a point S.S.W. of summit looking east. Summit City in middle of middle distance. Silver Mountain back of Summit City. Blue Lake to the right of last. Mokelumne Canon in right foreground. :1277

 

:13-1303aa View from Round Top. Looking S.W. Mokelumne Canon winding from middle distance foreground. :1284

 

:13-1303bb View from Round Top. Looking N. W. Red Mountain in extreme middle left distance. Hope Valley, Job's Peak and Carson Pass in middle distance on left. Lake Collonna in left middle distance. In foreground is Lake Winnemucca and back of it the hill called the Elephant. Cory's Peak in right background. :1282

 

:13-1303cc View from Round Top. Looking westward. Pyramid, Round Top Proper, Azimuth Mark in left background. Mt. Tallac in middle background. Woods Lake in foreground under it. Lake Tahoe to right of Mt. Tallac. Red Mountain and Carson Pass on extreme right. :1281

 

:13-1303dd View from Round Top. Looking along south side of ridge. Mokelumne River in left foreground. Trail on face of ridge. :1283

 

:13-1303ee View from Round Top. Looking east, left foreground, vertical walls just east of Azimuth. Cory's Peak left of center in background. Summit City middle of middle distance. Silver Mountain in background to right of Silver City. Blue Lakes in middle distance on right. :1286

 

:13-1303ff View from Round Top. From a point just below Azimuth. Stanislaus Mountain toward Mt. Dana in left background. Mokelumne Mountain in distance over the cleft in the foreground. Three Brothers in the distance over the sharp, higher pinnacle to right cleft in foreground. Mokelumne Canon (2800 ft. high) winding from middle distance to foreground. :1285

 

:13-1303gg View from Round Top. Cloud scene looking east from Azimuth. Vertical wall just west of Azimuth in foreground. Blue Lakes on right. :1287

 

:13-1303hh View from Round Top. From western ridge looking toward the N.W. The Saddle in left middle distance. Clear Lake in center, immediately to left of which is the western extremity of Round Top. Twin Lakes in the middle ground. :1279

 

:13-1303ii Round Top. From western part of ridge: Cory's Peak on upper left; Summit City middle right; Lake Winnemucca on lower left; Azimuth 10,645 ft. elevation. :1275

 

:13-1303jj Round Top. Look from E.N.E. :1274

 

:13-1303kk Round Top. Azimuth from west across chasm. Instruments from left as follows:-Man holding bitimeter rod; Solar Radiador; Plane Table; Vertical Circle House; Prof. Davidson with large helitrope; Reconnoitering Telescope; The Odolete House, Azimuth; Refraction station; Astronomical Observatory. In lower right corner are steps leading to bridge over chasm with life lines. :1273

 

:13-1303ll Round Top, 4 miles distant looking E.S.E. from lower end of Twin Lakes. The Elephant in left background, Blue Rock to left of Round Top in middle distance. :1272

 

:13-1304a Summit Station With West End of Tunnel. C.P.R.R. :1120 (New Series)

 

:13-1304b Mary Hopkin's Cottage, Soda Springs. :1106

 

:13-1304c Soda Springs, Near the Summit C.P.R.R. :1104 (New Series)

 

:13-1304d Summit Valley, Castle Peak and Snow Sheds. C.P.R.R. :1117 (New Series)

 

:13-1304e Summit Valley and Donner Peak, C.P.R.R. :1118 (New Series)

 

:13-1304f Lake Mary-Summit, C.P.R.R. :1119

 

:13-1304g Donner Lake. C.P.R.R. :1122 (New Series)

 

:13-1304h Reno-View East, C.P.R.R. :1124

 

:13-1304i Grand Central Hotel- Tahoe City, Lake Tahoe. :1001

 

:13-1304j Lake Tahoe from Tahoe City. :1002

 

:13-1304k Cascades at Soda Springs. :1109

 

:13-1304l Cascades, Emerald Bay. Lake Tahoe. :1038

 

:13-1304m Emerald Bay from the Island, Lake Tahoe. :1008

 

:13-1304n Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe, view from the Cascade. :1007 (New Series)

 

:13-1304o Lake Tahoe, view from Fallen Leaf Lake. :1012 (New Series)

 

Fallen Leaf Lake, near Lake Tahoe.

 

:13-1304p :1014 (New Series)

 

:13-1304q :1013 (New Series)

 

:13-1304r Mt. Tallac, Lake Tahoe. :1011 (New Series)

 

:13-1304s Larch Grove-Tallac House, Lake Tahoe. :1010

 

:13-1304t Tallac House, Lake Tahoe. :1009

 

:13-1304u Rounding Cape Horn. C.P.R.R. :1112 (New Series)

 

:13-1304v The Canon of the American River, from Cape Horn, C.P.R.R. :1114 (New Series)

 

:13-1304w Lake Tahoe, view from Tahoe City. :1003 (New Series)

 

:13-1304x Lake Tahoe, view from Artists' Rocks. :1004 (New Series)

 

:13-1304y Warm Springs, Lake Tahoe. :1005

 

:13-1304z Lake Tahoe, view from Warm Springs. :1006 (New Series)

 

:13-1304aa A Storm on Lake Tahoe. :1016 (New Series)

 

:13-1304bb Glenbrook, Lake Tahoe. :1017

 

:13-1304cc Glenbrook Bay, Lake Tahoe. :1020 (New Series)

 

:13-1304dd Shakespeare Rock-Glenbrook, Lake Tahoe. :1019

 

:13-1304ee Filling in Secret Town Trestle, C.P.R.R. :1115 (New Series)

 

:13-1305a Calaveras Mammoth Trees. George Washington and Eagle's Wing. :996 (New Series)

 

:13-1305b Calaveras Mammoth Trees. Mammoth Tree Grove Hotel. :990 (New Series)

 

:13-1305c Calaveras Mammoth Trees. The Mother of the Forest. :993 (New Series)

 

:13-1305d Calaveras Mammoth Trees. The Pavilion. :991 (New Series)

 

:13-1306a Cliff House. San Francisco. :(New Series)

 

:13-1306b Golden Gate, from Telegraph Hill, S.F. [San Francisco] :(New Series)

 

:13-1306c Monterey, California. Ocean view of Point Lobos and Carmel Bay. :45 (New Series)

 

:13-1306d Monterey, California. Whaler's Bay, Point Lobos. :54 (New Series)

 

:13-1306e Monterey, California. Cypress, at Point Lobos. :55 (New Series)

 

:13-1306f Monterey, California. Cypress Point, at Point Lobos. :53 (New Series)

 

:13-1306g Monterey, California. Seal Rocks, at Point Lobos. :57 (New Series)

 

:13-1306h Monterey, California. Secret Beach, Point Lobos. :58 (New Series)

 

:13-1306i Monterey, California. Down the Coast, from Secret Beach, Point Lobos. :59 (New Series)

 

:13-1306j Point Firmin Light-House. Wilmington Harbor. :1151

 

:13-1306k Pacific Coast S.S. Landing, San Diego. :1173 (New Series)

 

:13-1306l Seal Point, Farallone Islands, P. O. :1378 (New Series)

 

:13-1306m Coast view, from the Cliff Drive-Santa Cruz. :172

 

:13-1306n Santa Cruz and Bay, from up the San Lorenzo. :168

 

:13-1306o Natural Bridge, Santa Cruz, Cal. :119 (New Series)

 

:13-1306p Monterey, California. Monterey and Bay, from 18 mile drive. :50 (New Series)

 

:13-1306q Monterey, California. Monterey Bay, from Sentinel Rock. :10 (New Series)

 

:13-1306r Monterey, California. View North from Cypress Point. :12 (New Series)

 

:13-1306s Monterey, California. Point Pedro Light House. :11 (New Series)

 

:13-1306t Monterey, California. Cypress Point, Looking North from 18 Mile Drive. :20 (New Series)

 

:13-1306u Monterey, California. Cypress Point, from the Hill, 18 Mile Drive. :15 (New Series)

 

:13-1306v Monterey, California. Coast View, from 18 Mile Drive, Carmel Bay. :26 (New Series)

 

:13-1306w Monterey, California. Pescadero, Chinese Fishing Village, 18 Mile Drive. :36 (New Series)

 

:13-1306x Monterey, California. Glimpse from the 18 Mile Drive, Point Lobos in the Distance. :37 (New Series)

 

:13-1306y Monterey, California. Coast View from 18 Mile Drive, Carmel Bay and Mountains. :27 (New Series)

 

:13-1306z Monterey, California. Lone Cypress, Point Lobos in the Distance 18 Mile Drive. :31 (New Series)

 

:13-1307 Old South Shaft Ore Quarry, Tough-nut Mine. Part of Town of Tombstone. Dragoon Mountains, with Cachise Stronghold in back-ground, Arizona. :1310 (New Series)

 

Casa Grande, Pre-Historic Ruins, Arizona

 

:13-1318 :1332 (New Series)

 

:13-1318 :1333 (New Series)

 

:13-1318 :1334 (New Series)

 

:13-1318 :1331 (New Series)