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  • Tags: Valley

p349_aerial_view_of_DS_17DEC0398.pdf
Aerial view looking more or less south, encompassing all fields, Upper Ranch and Lower Ranch

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AerialDS_17DBW0115.pdf
Note presence of gravity flow irrigation channels running across the alfalfa fields (known as 'checks'). Total acreage at this time is approximately 140 acres. These fields remain intact as of 2017, with addition of 15 acres north of main fields.

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Big_Pine_Creek-141014-0037_17DEC0260.pdf
view up Big Pine Creek, Easter Sierras, apparently from a spot not on the normal trail up. Mt. Sill, Temple Crag, Mt. Winchell, and Mt. Agassiz visible.

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Buildings_at_DS_Lake_1932_17DEC0222.pdf
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."

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Campfire1950_17DBW0010.pdf
Breakfast fire of greasewood at dawn on the saddle of Crystal Peak

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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salt_works_June_1922_17DEC0220.pdf
Inyo Chemical Company's experimental plant from Deep Springs Lake. Inyo County, California

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Mossner_yearbook_DS_Valley_17DEC0284.pdf
Upper Ranch from above shop; yearbook caption "Upon first glimpse, the Valley appears withered and lifeless"

p74_Gilbertview_17DEC0363.pdf
View of Deep Springs Valley from the Gilbert Pass Road, looking southwest

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salt_ditch_June_1922_17DEC0218.pdf
View NW towards Westgard Pass along ditch and dike; not clear, but remains of this may still be visible today

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