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Previous Page Wheeler Scrapbook - Book Two, Page 114 Ver. 2 6. "Babylon's Fate a Warning - Pemanence of Our Water Resources Above and Under Ground Sole Hope If We Would Survive" - By George H. Cecil 1. "The Holabird place, N. W. corner of 3rd and Yale, built by Mrs. Holabird in the early nineties. Owned by Emily M. Pierce: later by Mr. and Mrs. Himon N. Pierce: since 1920 owned by Wright M. Pierce. - One of the oldest places in Claremont. - 313 W. 3rd St." 4. San Antonio Wash - Spreading Grounds 3. San Antonio Wash - Spreading Grounds 2. "Taken at Stoddard's Camp, San Antonio Canyon in the nineties. Mr. Stoddard - man standing at right (1). Lizzie, his housekeeper, seated at left (2)" Next Page
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1. "The Holabird place, N. W. corner of 3rd and Yale, built by Mrs. Holabird in the early nineties..." [photo]
2. "Taken at Stoddard's Camp, San Antonio Canyon in the nineties. Mr. Stoddard - man standing at right (1). Lizzie, his housekeeper, seated at left (2)" [photo]
3. San Antonio Wash - Spreading Grounds [photo]
4. San Antonio Wash - Spreading Grounds [photo]
5. "H. N. Pierce - spreading water in 1920" [object missing - hole in page]
6. "Babylon's Fate a Warning - Pemanence of Our Water Resources Above and Under Ground Sole Hope If We Would Survive" - By George H. Cecil [clipping]

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