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Early Bishop - 2
Long Valley
Convict Lake



 All early Bishop photocards courtesy of Rich McCutchan
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"You Need Lots of Cash in Bishop, CA"
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Mountains of Bishop, CA
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Piute Chief - Bishop, CA
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Bishop, CA

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Standard Mills - Bishop, CA
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L. Matlick Sculptor - Bishop, CA

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Bishop, CA - Circa 1908

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Main Street - Bishop, CA
At the Pinon Book Store

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Main Street - Bishop, CA
At the Pinon Book Store

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George Marchment - Prospector
Bishop, CA - circa 1908

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Dale's Country Smoke House - Bishop, CA

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Curley Fletcher - Bishop, CA




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Main Street - Bishop, CA
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Main Street - Bishop, CA

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Main Street - Bishop, CA

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Main Street - Bishop, CA

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Main Street - Bishop, CA

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Main Street - Bishop, CA

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Main Street - Bishop, CA

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Main Street - Bishop, CA

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Main Street - Bishop, CA

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Entrance to Bishop Union High School - Bishop, CA

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Bishop Union High School Gymnasium - Bishop, CA

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Northern Inyo Hospital - Bishop, CA

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Northern Inyo Hospital - Bishop, CA

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Main Street - Bishop, CA

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Mule Days - Bishop, CA

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Schats Bakery - Bishop, CA

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The Temple of Folly - Bishop, CA

This was long thought to be a photograph of the old boom town, Mammoth City, largely because the name checks with an 1879 Mammoth City TImes. There the Temple of Folly advertises its Rock & Rye as "the new remedy for coughs, colds, etc."

However, during 1975, two Bishop history buffs have helped uncover an extraordinary coincidence. Elma Crosby has evidence that after A.J. Murphy lived at Mommoth, he opened another Temple of Folly in Bishop, which there was commonly known as "murphys." Then Gus Cashbaugh pinned won this photo beyond all doubt as the first block of North Main Street, when he identified the town pump at the right corner of Murphys ad the striped poles of Jake Koch's barber shop in the front, all of which he remembers as a small boy in the 1890's. Alas, this leaves us with no photo at all of the old mining camp of Mammoth.

Photo courtesy of the Eastern California Museum, gift of Herbert DeChambeau.
1975 Adele Reed, Genny Smith




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An offering on e-bay

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Bishop Creek photo courtesy of Bob Pilatos
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eaton ranch
Eaton Ranch in the 1920s - Long Valley, CA
convict lake
Convict Lake Resort - Bishop, CA

raymer's camp
Raymer's Camp - Convict Lake, CA

bill garner's camp
Bill Garner's Camp - Long Valley, CA

convict lake lodge
Convict Lake Lodge - Bishop, CA

rymer's camp
Raymer's Camp - Convict Lake, CA

bill garners
Winter at Bill Garner's Camp - Long Valley, CA

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Convict Lake Camp - Convict Lake, CA

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Bill Garner's Camp - Long Valley, CA

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Bill Garner's Camp - Long Valley, CA
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Convict Lake Resort - Convict Lake, CA

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Convict Lake - Bishop, CA

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Convict Lake - Bishop, CA

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Convict Lake - Bishop, CA
Named for the battle which took place in 1871between deputy sheriffs and convicts, who escaped from Carson Penitentiary.
Located at the base of Mt. Morrison and is rated as the lake having the most colorful background in the High Sierra.


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Convict Creek Road 1927 - Long Valley, CA
vada sprord 1931
Vada Sprord at Convict Lake 1931
phil martini 1940
Phil Martini at Convict Lake 1940


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