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Agua Caliente Cultural Museum, 901 E Tahquitz Canyon Way Ste C-204, Palm Springs, CA 92262, URL:
Published in: Agua Caliente Cultural Museum, 901 E Tahquitz Canyon Way Ste C-204, Palm Springs, CA 92262
Contributing Institution
Agua Caliente Cultural Museum
Historic Postcards Collection
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Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright or other rights requires the written permission of rights owners. Works not in the public domain cannot be commercially exploited without permission of the rights owner. Responsibility for any use rests exclusively with the user to determine who holds rights and to pursue the owner[s] for permission to publish or reproduce in any form. All copies and reproductions by permission of rights holder[s] only. Provided by the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum for research purposes only under the Terms of United States Code Title 17, Section 108. Agua Caliente Cultural Museum is the physical owner only and as such cannot enter into any reproduction agreement pertaining to this item.
Frashers Fotos
Palm Canyon as Seen from the Trading Post, Palm Springs, Calif.
Frashers Fotos Pomona Calif.
Black and white real photo postcard featuring an aerial view of Palm Canyon, as seen from the trading post. Visible are palm trees, a stream, and the San Jacinto mountain range.
Postcards--California--Palm Springs
Palm trees
Palm Springs (Calif.)
Palm Canyon
Washingtonia filifera

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