Whitney, Mount (Calif.); Mountains--California; Streets--California--Lone Pine; Stores & shops--California--Lone Pine; Automobiles; Storefronts; Water rights--California--Owens Valley; Water rights--California--Los Angeles
View of street intersections looking toward stores, cars, and Mount Whitney.
View of snow-clad Owens Valley, from either Big Pine, California or else Bishop, California. Unidentified range of mountains in background. Phrase "LA" and image of Los Angeles Coliseum part of frame around photograph. Title supplied by cataloger.
View of floor of Owens Valley looking west to town of Big Pine and the Sierra Nevada. Inscription on front of photograph: "Looking Across Valley at Big Pine. H. W. M. 1007." Title supplied by cataloger.
Train of Carson and Colorado Railroad at railroad station in Candelaria, Nevada. Railroad station in background. Crew on locomotive. Inscription on front of photograph: "CANDELARIA DEPOT 1898. FRED BARNES CONDUCTOR. FRANK REGAN BRAKEMAN. ABE CHURCH...
This photograph was taken looking to the west. The mountains in the background are the Sierra Nevada. Big Pine, California, home of J. D. Black, is to the upper right of the photograph. The Los Angeles Aqueduct intake, noted in pen in lower left,...
The crown jewel of the Sierra Nevada, Mt. Whitney looms over the Owens Valley as the highest point in the contiguous United States at 14496 feet. The peak is only seventy-six miles from the lowest point in the contiguous United States, in Death...
Roads--California--Los Angeles; Public buildings--California--Los Angeles; City Halls--California--Los Angeles;
Looking west to City Hall, Federal Building, and Hall of Justice; immediately beyond driveway and cement wall, the red roof of Union Station is visible and just beyond that, the parking lot; streetlights; palm trees; downtown buildings; billboards.
City Halls--California--Los Angeles; Public buildings--California--Los Angeles;
Front view of third and current City Hall building which towers over the rest of the city; automobiles parked on both sides of Spring Street; building to left with sign reading:"Bank of Italy, International Branch."