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A car-load of lambs, enroute, to the station, 329
Hill, Andrew P., 1853-1922
Date Created and/or Issued
Contributing Institution
California State Library
California History Section Picture Catalog
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In PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM: **qc917.9471 C6, pg. #27
In: Scenes of Santa Clara Valley
On the tree in foreground is a small sign and behind the tree stretching into the distance is a wooden fence and telephone poles; right in the foreground is a grassy area bordered by a dirt path on thr right; in the middle is a small cluster of lambs; behind the lambs on the dirt path is a mounted horseman and behind him is a horse-drawn carriage; behind it are the hazy hills; to the right of the dirt path is another wooden fence and behind it are buildings and at the right edge a stand of trees.
Also have negative no.: 26,935.
"The "Home Ranch" of Henry Miller. The Cattle-King of California."Born in Germany, Miller emigrated to California, settling in San Francisco as butcher. Built up cattle empire, eventually forming Miller & Lux.
Charles W. Coe,
Nonprojected graphic
1 photographic print ; 7 3/8 x 9 1/2 in.
Miller, Henry,, 1827-1916--Homes & haunts
Sheep--California--Santa Clara County
Ranches--California--Santa Clara County
Shepherds--California--Santa Clara County
Photographic prints
Photograph albums
Santa Clara County

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