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Cathedral Canyon, Cathedral City, looking west
Alternative Title
Kelly-Holiday Mid-Century Aerial Photo Collection
Kelly, Howard D
Made accessible through a grant from the John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation
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Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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Cathedral City, which was incorporated in 1981, is sandwiched between Palm Springs to the north, and Rancho Mirage to the south. The total area of the city is 19.5 square miles, and 2006 population was estimated at 48,000.
Aerial view of Cathedral Canyon, located in Cathedral City; view is looking west. It is unclear what the dark lines at the base of the San Jacinto Mountains are, but could be water canals or could possibly be part of the Palm Springs flood control, as the general vicinity looks dry and completely barren. Photographed for Art Miller on June 16, 1956.
1 negative :safety ;12 x 14 cm.
Photographic safety negatives
Kelly-Holiday Mid-Century Aerial Collection
KHAF 273-5
Canyons--California--Cathedral City
Mountains--California, Southern
Dwellings--California--Cathedral City
San Jacinto Mountains (Calif.)
Cathedral City (Calif.)--Aerial views
Cathedral City (Calif.)
Aerial photographs
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