Subject: Carrara, Nevada, 1928

Subject: A truck hauling part of a ball mill of the Gold Ace Mill, several miles south of Beatty, 1928.

Subject: Charles E. Phinney working on a concrete form at the Gold Ace Mill, about 1928. Phinney was in charge of constructing the mill, which was located a few miles south of Beatty, Nye County, Nevada.

Subject: A view of the Gold Ace Mill from the valley, about 1929 or 1930. the Gold Ace Mine is at the base of the mountain. The Gold Ace is located a few miles south of Beatty, Nevada, off Highway 95.

Subject: Carrara, Nevada, probably in the 1920's

Subject: Episcopal Church, Beatty, Nevada, Easter Sunday, April 1941.

Subject: workers unloading a ball mill near Beatty, Nevada, probably 1920s.

Subject: A house in Carrara, Nevada, probably 1920s.

Subject: Unidentified woman and the front side of the old Town Hall, Beatty, Nevada, probably 1930s. The Town Hall was originally the Miners' Union Building in Rhyolite, Nevada.

Subject: - House and occupant, Beatty, Nevada, ca. 1930.

Subject: The California Hotel, Main Street,, Beatty, Nevada, ca. 1930.

Subject: Hot springs located a few miles north of Beatty, Nevada, ca. 1930. At one time the hot springs was a stop on the Bullfrog Goldfield Railroad, which linked Rhyolite and Goldfield. the building pictured is the old station house for the railroad.

Subject: Students at the Beatty School, 1930s. Chloe Lisle is in the front row wearing the dark jacket, and Robert Revert is in back on the far left.

Subject: Main Street of Beatty, Nevada, looking north, ca. 1930.

Subject: A postcard showing a bus stopped at Andre's Grocery Store and fountain next door to the Exchange Hotel, Main Street, Beatty, Nevada, ca. 1930.

Subject: Looking north up main Street, Beatty, Nevada, about 1920. Note the trees lining the street, the dirt road, and the Exchange hotel, visible on right.

Subject: A view of Main Street, Goldfield, Nevada, before 1910.

Subject: Remick's Garage, Beatty, Nevada, 1930s. The garage stood at the present site (1988) of the service station at 2nd and Main, across from the Exchange Club.

Subject: An early view of Tonopah looking toward T Mountain, ca. 1920. The old high school, now (1988) the site of Barsanti Park, is visible in the distance on the left. The Mizpah shaft, Tonopah's largest producing mine, is in the foreground.

Subject: The Goldfield hotel, Goldfield, Nevada, perhaps the 1930s.4