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The only park in the first days of Brawley was a 6 by 6 feet corner next to Mr. Miller'[sic]tent residence.A few feet away were the two brick makers' renada[sic].The two little girls were Mr. Miller's daughters. This was the only tent in the town that had a shake roof. Part of the frame supporting it is here shown
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Imperial Valley Snapshots, ca. 1903
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