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676. Cave Rock, Lake Tahoe. View from the Road.

Date of photo: Mid 1860s
Photographer: Lawrence and Houseworth

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/scp0471
Shortlink: http://wnhpc.com/d/129

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Date Uploaded: January 20, 2008

Source: The Society of California Pioneers

Source URL: http://www.californiapioneers.org/lh/search_image.php?id=0471


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on Monday, June 16, 2008 at 03:55 PM

Spoke with Adrienne, and I am interested in purchasing photo's, she asked me to list them. Here they are 1. Train at Minden by Corbett 2. Nevada State Capitol Boldg 1871 by unknown. 3. Carson Opera House - unknown view of Plaza Street. 4. Carson Valley Aerial - unknown 1984 Color photo.
5. #709 Wells, Fargo, and Co. Express Office Virginia City. 6. #676 Cave Rock #7. Kit Carson. #8 William Stewart. #9. James W. Nye. #10 John Jacob Musser
#11 Frank Proctor . #12. Major William Ormsby. #13 Abraham Curry #14 Old Post Office, Carson City, unknown #15. First Log Cabin Genoa #16. Comstock Miner #17. 649 Tahlac Mountain #18. 722 The Tunner - Gould and Curry Mine #19 V & T #12 Genoa #20 Carson City, 1950's # 20 Inyo Crossing - the Bridge in Reno by Stanley G. Palmer
Looking forward to hearing from you, just need a price per photo, Thanks,Sigrid Victor

on Tuesday, June 17, 2008 at 10:58 AM

All the photos have a download link, so you're free to download as many as you want. If you want prints made, you can contact me via the e-mail link below.

on Sunday, December 23, 2012 at 12:40 PM

What is the story abut the naked person, appears to probably be female, standing at the entrance to the cave? I presume that photographs taken during this era required very long exposures, and this is fascinating.


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