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  • Collection: Tulare County Library Sesquicentennial

Stage Headed Down from Mineral King, CA

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A four-horse team pulls a stage headed down to the San Joaquin Valley from Mineral King in eastern Tulare County, CA. (Photo donated by Pam Wallace)

Heading for the Valley from Mineral King, Calif.

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A wagon driver stops on his way down the mountain road from Mineral King, in eastern
Tulare County, CA, to give his mules a drink.

Heading for the Valley from Mineral King, Calif.

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"A wagon driver stops on his way down the mountain road from Mineral King, in eastern
Tulare County, CA, to give his mules a drink. (Photo donated by Pam Wallace)"

Roy Davis, Sr., Woodlake, Calif., Native, in World War I

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Roy Davis, Sr., a native of Woodlake, CA, and later a rancher in that same community, poses in the trenches of World War I in Europe. (Photo donated by Pam Wallace)

Team Hauling of Agricultural Products

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Wagon teams, either horses or mules, were used for hauling agricultural products in the fields of the San Joaquin Valley in California. (Photo donated by Pam Wallace)

Robert Merrick, Pilot, Prior to Crash

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Robert Merrick posed for this 1932 photograph in Visalia, CA, prior to his crash in San Francisco, CA. (Photo donated by Pam Wallace)

Team Hauling Sacks of Grain, Tulare County, Calif., Early 1900s

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This team of mules is hauling a wagon load of sacks of grain from the fields in Tulare County, CA, in the early 1900s. (Photo courtesy of Pam Wallace)

Hauling to Market, Tulare County, Calif., Early 1900s

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This photo depicts the use of mule teams for hauling loads of agricultural harvests from field to market in Tulare County, CA, in the early 1900s. Other agricultural equipment can be seen in the background.

Bravo Lake, Woodlake, Calif., Early 1900s

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In the foreground is Bravo Lake, situated at Woodlake, CA. This early 1900s scene shows a mule team hauling a harvest from adjoining fields. (Photo courtesy of Pam Wallace)