The Death Valley Automobile Trip photograph album containing 76 prints appears to be the record of a sightseeing trip made
from Los Angeles to Death Valley in 1926. A written record--in the form of diary entries--is also included and consists of
a series of detailed captions describing the landscape, landmarks, and individuals encountered in Death Valley. Neither the
diarist nor the photographer is identified. The album displays no one emphasis: it consists of a broad range of photographs,
from the automobiles and sighteseers to the landscape, abandoned mines, schoolhouses, hotels and homesteads of Death Valley.
1 album (76 photographic prints); 14 x 23 cm.
76 digital objects
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