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Album containing photographs taken between August 3 and September 9, 1903, of the San Pedro Martir mountain range located in central Baja California. The album is bound in tan and brown cowhide, and the title is branded in the upper right hand corner of the front cover. A newspaper clipping, four letters, and various ephemera are glued or laid in at the back of the album. Authors of the four letters are Walter Nordhoff; W. J. Forbes; John Oliver La Gorge, Associate Editor of the National Geographic; and Mr. Arnoll. The photographer Ford Ashman Carpenter (1868- 1947) was a meteorologist who had various postions with the U.S. Weather Service from 1888-1919. He was a lecturer in meteorology at the Southern Branch of the University of California (now UCLA) from 1919-1930
- Physical Description
1 album (247 photographs) : black & white ; 10 3/4 x 13 3/4 in
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