Walter Balderston Collection

Dublin Core

Title

Walter Balderston Collection

Subject

Deep Springs photos

Description

Deep Springs photos

Creator

Walter Balderston DS30

Source

Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library, Collection 37/4/1770, Lucien L Nunn papers, [ca. 1890-1971], Box 33

Publisher

n/a

Date

1930-1933 plus a few earlier

Contributor

Denis Clark

Rights

Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library, Collection 37/4/1770, Lucien L Nunn papers, [ca. 1890-1971], Box 33

Relation

n/a

Format

mostly black and white photo prints approximately 3 x 5 inches

Language

n/a

Type

still image

Coverage

Deep Springs and surrounding area

Items in the Walter Balderston Collection Collection

Buildings at Deep Springs Lake
Buildings associated with salt works at Deep Springs Lake; caption on photo rear reads, "Buildings at Deep Springs Lake. They belong to Inyo Chemical Co. which attempted to extract potash from lake during war & then went broke."

Dean Crawford cuts Jack deBeers hair
Dean Walter Crawford cuts the hair of Jack deBeers DS32

Dean Walter Crawford
Dean Walter Crawford on Main Building porch

Donald Matson on Marmel car
Donald Matson DS30 on car

Circle from above shop
Circle from above shop, two tennis players visible

Boarding House dining room
Boarding House dining room, view from kitchen area

Deep Springs faculty 1930-1931
Faculty identified as Glen D Camp, Mrs. Camp; Eric Moeller, Mrs. Moeller (may be Mueller), Alice (or Alise) Kumler, Warren Kumler.

DS faculty, students, and Trustees 1931
Probably a TDS meeting; individuals identified on picture back and accompanying labeled image, including Moeller, Lamp(?), Laise, Allen, Noon, Biersach (Sr and Jr), Ohlinger, Kumler, Mooers(?), Gilliard, Lewis, Matson, W Balderston(?), Disckson

EM Johnson at Deep Springs
Elmer M "Johnny" Johnson, standing next to vehicle near Main Building porch

Father Meehan November 6, 1932
Ed Meehan became a Roman Catholic priest, hence the "Father Meehan" title, would have been visiting