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2009-0649. In photograph album: Scenes of Santa Clara Valley, pg. 19. To the right of center in the background stands Lick Observatory, recognizable by dome, on top of a hill; in the foreground is a dirt path leading diagonally into the photograph at the center and leading to the right; below the observatory are buildings and down a dirt road small dwellings with a barn and a fenced-in with a horse; at the left is a smaller hill with a dome-shped roof at the left and two more single dwellings to the right of it; bushes dot the hillsides. "Altitude 4,440 feet above the sea. It has more clear days than any mountain of equal height in America. The late James Lick endowed it with $800,000.00. D.O. Mills, Andrew Carnegie and others have made liberal donations. It is under the control of the Regents of the University of California."
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Lick Observatory--Photographs Astronomical observatories--California--Hamilton, Mount Hamilton, Mount (Calif.)--Photographs
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