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C.H. Heard and his first store marked #1[referring to markings on front of print]. No.2 was his hotel where trancients[sic]
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Into the Imperial Vallely to take up Desert Claims, would stay all night for a dollar a cot -- dormitory style. Tent # 3 was occupied by Mr. F.S. Miller and his wife until they moved out on the edge of town on a five acre lot. Intending to build an adobe house but the summer heat and dust drove them to the rear room of the bank after it was built. Mr. Miller was the promoter of the town of Brawley. The Olla hanging in the shade represents the town pump.