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Mt Observation, or "Huethawalee" the Havasu Indian Name
Prescott, Arizona. Very Good. Photo. German-born photographer Erwin Baer worked out of Prescott in the early 1900s where he was primarily known as a mine photographer. This photo is part of a set "Grand Canyon of the Colorado, Cataract Route, Via Ash Fork, Arizona." Havasu Canyon was then known as Cataract Canyon, and could be accessed by rail transport to Ash Fork. The image depicts five riders on horseback in front of a rock feature captioned as Mt Observation, or Huethawalee, presumably the current Mount Huethawali on the Esplanade. No date for this image, but most likely early 1900s. Some light wear to the card, 10" x 8" mount with 8 7/8" x 6 3/4" photo is clean with wonderful contrast and very little soiling. ; 8" x 10"; 1 pp .
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