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  • Sammann's not Simon's
    An article by Dr. Joseph R. Jehl, Jr., about the origin of the name "Simon's Springs" and why, in his opinion, it should be changed.
  • Historical Interviews
    These interviews were conducted in 1991 and 1992 for use in the Mono Basin EIR and the State Water Resources Control Board Hearings. Certain residents of the Mono Basin in the first half of the 20th century were interviewed about past conditions in the Mono Basin related to topics of interest during the Water Board Proceedings.
  • 1895 Map of California (1.88 MB)
    Shows counties, communities, water features, mountains, and railroads such as the Bodie Railroad. In Mono County only shows the communities of Topaz, Coleville, Bodie, Lundy, Mono Lake (Mono Mills), Benton, and Hammil. Shows other terminal lakes before desiccation.
  • J. B. Clover Collection
    The James B. and Katherine M. Clover Papers. This collection, housed in 84 boxes and 102 oversize folders, consists of correspondence, documents, maps, reports, publications and clippings related to land tenure and water use in and around Mono County (including Mono Basin, Mono Lake, Lee Vining Creek and Rush Creek), Inyo County and Los Angeles, California. Unavailable for the next two years.
  • USFS Image Database
    2172 images in a searchable database. 7 records found for the Inyo National Forest. Most black and white and from the 1930s-1960s.
     

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