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    • They are fabulous. I always love seeing what a place looked like 100 years ago, how people dressed, how they traveled and camped. These were real pioneers, hard-core and amazing..

  1. How did he have the photos? Was he working there? An early tourist? Early camping pictures are amazing. People set up approximations of their homes in the middle of nowhere. I guess that’s what we do now, it just doesn’t look nearly as interesting.

    • He was a very important person, historically, to Death Valley, and documented a lot of his work. Ironically, as I was just online trying to find you a vintage photo of Death Valley, I stumbled across one of my Twenty Mule Team photos that someone swiped and is using on their website without my permission. Kinda ticks me off >:-(

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