DescriptionImperial Size Photograph "Goldfield, Nevada," early 1900s. Photograph taken by Larson. Titled: "Goldfield Happy Hunch Mining & Milling Co, Goldfield, Nevada, Showing diamond drill No. 1 and shafts No. 2-3-4." This very rare photograph depicts wagons, their miners tents, and men working on a drilling rig in the Goldfield area of Nevada. There is a wooden sign on the building reading "Goldfield Happy Hun" Measures approximately 14" x 11".
Condition: Fine, mount has broken corner bottom right.
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