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  • Tags: 1910s

p318_Aird_Reich_1997_groundbreaking_17DEC0387.pdf
Bob Aird DS20 and Herb Reich DS17 at groundbreaking for the new dorm

p117_LL_1918_17DEC0368.pdf
LL Nunn on the Main Building front porch

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p117_DS_group_1918_17DEC0367.pdf
Community group on porch, including LL Nunn

p103_Zurich_17DEC0365.pdf
Early generations of Deep Springers rode the narrow-gauge railroad, nicknamed the "Slim Princess," up the Owens Valley. Stations were east of the towns on present-day Highway US 395. The Big Pine station was named Zurich.

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p98_ranch_1916_17DEC0364.pdf
View of Stewart Ranch before construction on Deep Springs College started

p71_trucks_1917_DS_17DEC0362.pdf
GMC truck pulls FWD truck out of the mud. Chet Dunn DS17 and others made the trip, hauling furniture and other items.

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Julian_Steward_1940_17DEC0346.pdf
Julian Steward DS18 with Native American informant later in his career in anthropology

FWD_truck_mired_1917_17DEC0342.pdf
The FWD truck, carrying items from Beaver Branch of Telluride Association to Deep Springs, mired somewhere between. Chet Dunn and other students undertook this trip

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DS_preconstruction_unk_LL_Simmons_Scott_17DEC0339.pdf
Left to right, Mr. Knopf, LL Nunn, Bruce Simmons, and Irwin Scott in the desert, exact location unknown, possibly deciding where to build the college

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DS_Mary_scan_17DEC0338.pdf
Deep Springs Mary was one of the last Paiutes resident in Deep Springs Valley, and did laundry for the early students. Husband was Deep Springs Harry, who worked as an irrigator at the ranch.
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