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old timers
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All photos and text are from Old_Timers of Southeastern California by Lester Reed

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William Lyle Hunter - Bev Hunter's father
William was one of the pioneers of Cerro Gordo
shortly after the end of the Civil War

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Bev Hunter at his log cabin on Hunter Mountain


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Bev Hunter when he was still hunting wild burros

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The old William Lyle Hunter Home at Cerro Gordo

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Bev Hunter and his wife Ruth Hunter
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Joy and Roy Hunter
Wild horse and burro catchers

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Cattle camp at Lee Flats on Bev and Roy Hunter's cattle range.

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Roy Hunter at home in wild horse country

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Joy Hunter ready to gather wild horses, wild burros or cattle.

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Joe Baker, foreman for the Mark Lacey family

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Mark Lacey getting a start on horseback

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L/R: William Boyd, Hans (John) Meyer
vacationing in Jordan Hot Springs


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Mark Lacey and Jack Fitzpatrick

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Birthplace of Mark Lacey near Independence, CA

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Anna Maria Lacey and John Williams Lacey - mother and father to Mark Lacey

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George Brown

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Alonzo Brown family of Inyo County.
L/R: Annie Kimbler (half sister to George), Alonzo Brown (father), George Brown, Charlotte Brown (mother), Laura Brown (sister)

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A male sheep with a double set of horns owned
by George Brown
Alonzo Brown as an early day blacksmith of Olancha

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Early day roundup in Monache Meadow.

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First car of the George Brown family.

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Horace (Bart) Bellows, early day goat owner for whom Alonzo Brown herded goats.
L/R: Web Walker, Ed Walker.
Bother were uncles to George Brown


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Alonzo Brown home at Olancha where George Brown was born and lived near to 80 years.
The place was sold in 1966 and the George Brown family moved to Lone Pine.

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Frank Chrysler - cowboy, stage driver,
pack train operator
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Harold Gill standing by the 20-Mule Team in Death Valley


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Dee Gill at Templeton Meadow log cabin.

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Dee Gill - One of Inyo County's outstanding ropers

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Dee Gill and Julia Aiken Gill (wife of Dee Gill)

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