Wildest country in Oldest America was that of the cliff-dwelling clans
Tibbits, H. C.
Men stand in front of Native American (Salado) cliff dwelling ruins at Tonto National Monument in Gila County, Arizona. Shows the cracked walls of two-story stone and adobe ruins, and vigas and doorways in an arched rock shelter.
Title and number "27141" printed on photographic print.; R7110058535
1 photographic print ; 18 x 23 cm. (7 x 9 in.)
Is Part Of
C Photo Album 181. Apache Trail, the wonder trip through oldest America.
Southern Pacific Railroad Company--Public Relations--1910-1920.; Indians of North America--Antiquities & archaeological sites--Arizona--Tonto National Monument--1910-1920.; Salado culture--Antiquities & archaeological sites--Arizona--Tonto National Monument--1910-1920.; Apache Trail (Ariz.)--1910-1920.; Tonto National Monument (Ariz.)--1910-1920.; Adobe buildings--Arizona--Tonto National Monument--1910-1920.; Cliff dwellings--Arizona--Tonto National Monument--1910-1920.
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Reproduction Available for Purchase
Yes (digital reproduction)
Type of Material
Photographic prints.; Imaged.; Image
Image File: ZZR711005853; Photographic print included in album: "Apache Trail" the wonder trip through oldest America, Southern Pacific Line.