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Sacramento River near Kennett
Glaha, Benjamin D
Bureau of Land Management
Date Created and/or Issued
June 1936
Publication Information
Meriam Library. California State University, Chico
Contributing Institution
California State University, Chico
Shasta Dam Digital Collection
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Written on photograph, K-168-CV Kennett Division. Shasta Dam. Scene along Sacramento River near Kennett, Calif., showing denuding of landscape as the result of smelter fumes. B. D. Glaha, Photo. June, 1936
165x240 mm.
Silver gelatin
Shasta County (Calif.)
Sacramento River (Calif.)
Shasta Dam Digital Collection

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