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Title
Sierra Nevada Mountains, from Cottonwood Creek & from Division Creek
Creator
Lee, Charles H. (Charles Hamilton), 1883-1967
Date Created and/or Issued
1909, undated
Contributing Institution
UC Riverside, Library, Water Resources Collections and Archives
Collection
Charles H. Lee photographs
Rights Information
Copyright Unknown
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Description
Scope/Content: Item 309: Sierra Nevada Mountains, from Cottonwood Creek. Aug. 1909; Item 310: Sierra Nevada Mountains, from Division Creek
Type
image
Format
2 photographs, 8 x 13 cm, on sheet 22 x 28 cm
Form/Genre
photographs
Identifier
ark:/86086/n26w99pw
cuwr_ms99-1_309-310
Language
English
eng
Subject
Los Angeles Aqueduct (Calif.)
Place
Inyo County (Calif.)
36.51113, -117.41079

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