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Item 319-320: Independence, street scenes. Feb. 1909
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Item 318a-318b: Owens Lake, from Cottonwood Power House Forebay

Item 317a-317b: Owens Lake, from Cottonwood Power House Forebay

Item 315: Owens Valley, from knoll east of Citrus (i.e., Kearsarge)

Item 312b: Mt. Whitney, from Lone Pine and Paiute Monument

Item 311: Sierra Nevada Mountains, from Georges Creek. May 1908

Item 309: Sierra Nevada Mountains, from Cottonwood Creek. Aug. 1909

Item 307b: Sierra Nevada Mountains, from Independence. Nov. 19, 1909
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Item 306b: Sierra Nevada Mountains, from Independence. July 19, 1909
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Item 305b-306a: Sierra Nevada Mountains, from Independence. July 19, 1909
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Item 269: Owens Valley from Mt. Whitney

Item 247: Saw Mill Canyon, from Owens Valley

Item 245: Kearsarge Peak, from Owens Valley without snow

Item 203: Mouth of Independence Creek and Owens Valley

Item 193: Mouth of canyon and Owens Valley from North Fork of Oak Creek

Item 156b-157: Intake opening control gates, Los Angeles Aqueduct, on Owens River. Feb. 13, 1913
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Item 155c: Conduit near Point Alabama Hills, concrete work, Los Angeles Aqueduct. Feb. 1913
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Item 155a-155b: Conduit near Point Alabama Hills, concrete work, Los Angeles Aqueduct. Feb. 1913
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Item 154a-154b: Intake control gate, Los Angeles Aqueduct, after being undermined. July 1911
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Item 153a-153b: Intake control gate, Los Angeles Aqueduct, during construction. June 10, 1911
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152a-152b: Water evaporation pan (Los Angeles Aqueduct) in Owens Valley

Item 150: Water evaporation tank (Los Angeles Aqueduct) in Owens Valley

Item 148: Soil evaporation tank no. 3 (Los Angeles Aqueduct) in Owens Valley

Item 146: Soil evaporation tank no. 1 (Los Angeles Aqueduct) in Owens Valley

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