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** [[:File:PSM_V58_D519_Mushroom_rock_of_anaho_island.png|Mushroom Rock of Anaho Island (Fairbanks 1901).]]
** [[:File:PSM_V58_D519_Mushroom_rock_of_anaho_island.png|Mushroom Rock of Anaho Island (Fairbanks 1901).]]
* [http://beinecke.library.yale.edu/collections/highlights/joseph-goldsborough-bruff-diaries-journals-and-notebooks Bruff Journal entries: Yale Collection of Western Americana, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library]
* [http://beinecke.library.yale.edu/collections/highlights/joseph-goldsborough-bruff-diaries-journals-and-notebooks Bruff Journal entries: Yale Collection of Western Americana, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library]
* Harold W. Fairbanks, "[http://hdl.handle.net/2027/uc1.$b726988 The Western United States; A Geographical Reader]," p. 100.  Photo of [[Round Hole]] on the [[Smoke Creek Desert]] and [[Mushroom Rock]] (same as 1901 Mushroom Rock photo)
* [[:File:OfficeOfTheSevenTroughsCaesarMiningCompanyAtFarrellNevadaCa1908.png | Office Of The Seven Troughs Caesar Mining Company At Farrell Nevada (1908)]]
* [[:File:OfficeOfTheSevenTroughsCaesarMiningCompanyAtFarrellNevadaCa1908.png | Office Of The Seven Troughs Caesar Mining Company At Farrell Nevada (1908)]]
* [[:File:FarrellTheHeadquartersOfTheNorthernPortionOfTheSevenTroughsDistrictCa1908.png | Farrell, The Headquarters of the Northern Portion of The Seven Troughs District (1908)]]
* [[:File:FarrellTheHeadquartersOfTheNorthernPortionOfTheSevenTroughsDistrictCa1908.png | Farrell, The Headquarters of the Northern Portion of The Seven Troughs District (1908)]]

Revision as of 02:25, 21 November 2016

Photography of the Black Rock Desert

Public Domain or Freely Available Images

Public Domain images are images from before 1923, images produced by the US Government or images from Wikipedia.

Photographs courtesy of Gary B. Horton

Gary B. Horton has graciously given us permission to use the following images on this wiki.

Websites

  • http://www.westernfolklife.org/weblogs/artists/dufurrenal/ Linda Dufurrena photographs all aspects of life in her desert corner of Nevada. She finds her subject matter in the landscape, and in the everchanging patterns of the desert atmosphere. She photographs the creatures who inhabit the wild spaces, and the men and women who live and work there. Her vision of the world is translated into photographic image in her workshop at the Dufurrena ranch northwest of Winnemucca, Nevada.