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Title
Oral History: Quartzburg - Walter Lord and Lee Speaker interviewed by Deack Flick
Creator
Flick, Deack
Lord, Walter
Speaker, Lee
Date Created and/or Issued
1966-01-25
Contributing Institution
Mariposa Museum and History Center
Collection
California Revealed from Mariposa Museum and History Center
Rights Information
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Description
Quartzburg was an early mining town in Mariposa County that no longer exists. It is especially interesting in regards to its minority populations and successful mining.Additional Descriptive Notes: Quartzburg was an early mining town in Mariposa County that no longer exists.
Type
sound
Format
Original
Audio cassette
Extent
2 Tapes of 2
01:57:32
Identifier
OH-29
cmarm_000034_t01; cmarm_000034_t02
Provenance
Mariposa Museum and History Center
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