Capewell Glass Negative Collection

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The photograph of the rapids appears to be have taken in the gorge. The area below this location would be the whirlpool. It is just a guess on my part.
 
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I'm not so sure that is something to be proud of. It looks like it is going to fall over in the front.

In any event, it is an interesting photo. He really has aged. And looking at the girl on the left I am betting she was really tall in later years.
 
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Willceau Illo

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Thanks for presenting these photos! I enjoyed viewing all of them, and appreciate the hundreds of hours you must have spent to produce them. My Brother In Law especially enjoyed one of them, as he was a dead ringer for one of the hundred year old Ball Players pix you posted!
THANKS!

I wouldn't consider this closed. New information surfaces all of the time. As I find out more, I will share.
 
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The photo's of the Carranza monument and the building at the Mead and Crane Sawmill were the highlights for me. There were many other really good ones that made my day much better. I appreciate all the work you put into it and I also want to thank you for continuing to posts here keeping us updated. I looked at all of them even though I may not have always responded when I should have. My only regret is that he could not see into the future and realize that as important as he must have felt each photo was when he took them, we would feel the same way and would want to know where they were taken at.

Guy
 
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The photo's of the Carranza monument and the building at the Mead and Crane Sawmill were the highlights for me. There were many other really good ones that made my day much better. I appreciate all the work you put into it and I also want to thank you for continuing to posts here keeping us updated. I looked at all of them even though I may not have always responded when I should have. My only regret is that he could not see into the future and realize that as important as he must have felt each photo was when he took them, we would feel the same way and would want to know where they were taken at.

Guy
Thanks, Guy.