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  • Collection: Daisy Wheaton Stereographs

A trip to Marietta

is not complete if

you do not visit the

cemetery where so

many of Mariettas

founders are buried.

In it is the Indian

Mound shown in

background of photo.

Edward Sargent is

(apparently reading…

Taken in the edge of

Griffith Park, Cal. in a

beautiful fern dale,

on the afternoon of

Feb. 28 - 1926, at 3 P.M.

The last act of my precious Chas. was to

"snapshot this group of

relatives and friends.

It was mother…

Mch 10 - '1921.

Desert scene between San

Pedro and

Real Indians &

two others.

Mr Stahlberg and Chas.

walking toward the


The Stahlbergs came

from Denver just

two days after we

landed in Phoenix.

This was taken

on Dec. 9 - 1925

Looking toward Camel Back

Mountain, with O'Brien

Camp pretty well up-grade.

At this point we met an

Indian-like woman who

greeted us pleasantly. We

found she lived in one of

the cottages which attracted

us to this vicinty and…

Roosevelt Dam Trip

Quite a number of Apache

Indians live around Miami, Arizona.

The Apaches are very

nomadic, consequently their

homes are among the very

most primitive ^ones you find in


I believe this type is…

Chas., Mrs Hatchard and

two Perry children near

some of the adobe buildings

in Fort McDowell Reservation.

(around Dec. 18 - 1926)

Near here we had our

picnic dinner to which

all of us did ample

justice, after the shake


Taken in Los Turas Park,

fifty-one miles north of


Left side, Wm Hatchards grandson

Mr. McCamant, (Thoreau, N.M)

Mr Wheaton standing, Mrs McCamant,

Mrs Hatchard Mrs Porter peeking over

-bends, Mrs Wheaton - Mr…

The Colorado River at

Yuma, Arizona - Nov. 29,


Overnite in a lovely camp

at the Eastern edge of

Yuma. An old adobe

(maybe stone Fort is just

across the street from this

scene. Just ahead of

this are the highway and…
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