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Group Portrait at Bar in the Auditorium Hotel, ca. 1902

Group Portrait at Bar in the Auditorium Hotel, ca. 1902

This was known as the Grotto Bar on Main Street of Paradise Valley; made by Italian stonemasons, granite pieces of the bar have been saved by members in the community People in photograph: Ramasco, Antone, pour... More

St. Alphonso's Catholic Church

St. Alphonso's Catholic Church

Built by local North Italian stone masons ca. 1905; note northern-Italian-style tower Builder: Peraldo, Guillelmo; Ramasco, Augusto

St. Alphonso's Catholic Church

St. Alphonso's Catholic Church

Built by local North Italian stone masons ca. 1905; note northern-Italian-style tower Builder: Ramasco, Augusto; Peraldo, Guillelmo

Jail Plan

Jail Plan

ca. 1905 Builder: Gambetta, Giacomo

Church Plan

Church Plan

Built by Augusto Ramasco, Guillelmo Peraldo, and other local North Italian stone masons, ca. 1905

Bunkhouse Detail

Bunkhouse Detail

Builder: Ramasco, Antone ca. 1905

Main Residence and Bunkhouse with Cellar, Bull Head Ranch
Bunkhouse with Cellar, Bull Head Ranch

Bunkhouse with Cellar, Bull Head Ranch

Builder: Ramasco, Antone ca. 1905

Family Bible

Family Bible

Source: Stewart, Leslie and Marie Christian Workers Holy Bible; includes four-generation family record of the Stock/Stewart family in Paradise Valley Maker: John Winston; Philadelphia, PA; ca. 1905

Hitching Post

Hitching Post

Maker: Peraldo, Guillelmo Post weighs about three hundred pounds, similar to granite posts made in the Piedmont region of Italy, where the stonemason's family originated, made ca. 1905

Old Jail

Old Jail

Builder: Gambetta, Giacomo Said to have been built by a Swiss-Italian, ca. 1905; the masonry portion was added later when the roof was raised

Church Plan

Church Plan

Built by Augusto Ramasco, Guillelmo Peraldo, and other local North Italian stone masons, ca. 1905

Granary, Buckingham Household

Granary, Buckingham Household

ca. 1906 Builder: Bradshaw, Hugh; Owens, George

Farm Journal, 1906

Farm Journal, 1906

Source: Boggio, Joe and Geraldine Popular magazine that found its way to the ranching frontier Maker: Wilmer Atkinson Company, Philadelphia, Pa. ca. 1906

Granary Plan, Buckingham Household

Granary Plan, Buckingham Household

ca. 1906 Builder: Bradshaw, Hugh; Owens, George

Granary Interior, Buckingham Household

Granary Interior, Buckingham Household

ca. 1906 Builder: Bradshaw, Hugh; Owens, George

The Ladies' World, ca. 1907

The Ladies' World, ca. 1907

Source: Boggio, Joe and Geraldine Popular magazine that found its way to the ranching frontier Maker: S.H. Moore Company, New York N.Y. 1907

Water Storage System Plan

Water Storage System Plan

Builder: Miller, Gerhard Jr. Provides steady water stream for cattle, ca. 1908

Portrait of Newlyweds, Stephen and Edith (Burge) Ferraro, ca. 1909

Portrait of Newlyweds, Stephen and Edith (Burge) Ferraro, ca. 1909

People in photograph: Ferraro, Steve; Ferraro, Edith

Bunkhouse Plan, Dutch Fred (Flat) Mine

Bunkhouse Plan, Dutch Fred (Flat) Mine

Built into hillside; frame pantry attached, ca. 1910

Interior Main Floor of Barn

Interior Main Floor of Barn

Builder: Ramasco, Antone ca. 1910

House, Bridge House and Barn

House, Bridge House and Barn

Builder: Ramasco, Antone Rear addition to house is granite cellar, ca. 1910

Bunkhouse, Dutch Fred (Flat) Mine

Bunkhouse, Dutch Fred (Flat) Mine

Built into hillside, frame pantry attached, built ca. 1910

House, Rinehart Place
Support Framing under Barn

Support Framing under Barn

Builder: Ramasco, Antone Granite foundation, built ca. 1910

Barn, ca. 1910

Barn, ca. 1910

Builder: Ramasco, Antone ca. 1910

House, Rinehart Place
House Plan, Rinehart Place

House Plan, Rinehart Place

Second floor plan, ca. 1910

House Plan, Rinehart Place

House Plan, Rinehart Place

First floor plan, ca. 1910; "Gothic Revival" frame

Chimney

Chimney

Builder: Ramasco, Antone ca. 1910

Door of Barn

Door of Barn

Builder: Ramasco, Antone ca. 1910

House Plan, Bridge House and Barn

House Plan, Bridge House and Barn

Builder: Ramasco, Antone Hotel and boarding house for Basque sheepherders during the shearing and dipping season, ca. 1910

Chicken House, Cassinelli (Mill) Ranch

Chicken House, Cassinelli (Mill) Ranch

Currently used for hogs, originally made ca. 1910

Barn Plan, built ca. 1910

Barn Plan, built ca. 1910

Builder: Ramasco, Antone Main floor plan (top), Basement floor plan (bottom), stabled race horses during racing weekends in Paradise Valley, ca. 1910

Dovecote on Side of Barn

Dovecote on Side of Barn

Builder: Ramasco, Antone ca. 1910

Cellar Plan, Cerri (Wallace) Ranch

Cellar Plan, Cerri (Wallace) Ranch

ca. 1910; For wine storage Builder: Cerri, Giovanni; Ramasco, Antone

Second Floor Plan, Stock-Stewart Residence, Ninety-Six Ranch

Second Floor Plan, Stock-Stewart Residence, Ninety-Six Ranch

Second-floor plan, former Stock-Stewart residence, ca. 1910

Steps at Back of Barn

Steps at Back of Barn

Builder: Ramasco, Antone ca. 1910

Bunkhouse Plan (top); Chicken House Plan (bottom)

Bunkhouse Plan (top); Chicken House Plan (bottom)

Currently used as a tack room and stable, originally built in 1897 (top); Currently used for hogs, ca. 1910 (bottom) Builder: Recanzone, Lorenzo

Stonework under Barn

Stonework under Barn

Builder: Ramasco, Antone Granite foundation, built ca. 1910

Paiute Indian, "Long Charlie," on Horseback, ca. 1910
House, Bridge House and Barn

House, Bridge House and Barn

Builder: Ramasco, Antone Boarding house for Basque sheepherders during the shearing and dipping season, built ca. 1910

Brown Oval Bottle

Brown Oval Bottle

Source: Boggio, Joe and Geraldine Two-mold glass bottles, glass stopper with cork, ca. 1910 Maker: Roth & Co., San Francisco, California

Bottles

Bottles

Two-mold glass bottles, ca. 1910 Source: Boggio, Joe and Geraldine

Bunkhouse Interior, Dutch Fred (Flat) Mine

Bunkhouse Interior, Dutch Fred (Flat) Mine

Interior, built into hillside, ca. 1910

House Plan, North Fork Ranch

House Plan, North Fork Ranch

Builder: Ramasco, Antone Granite foundation, ca. 1911

Indian Massacre, ca. 1911

Indian Massacre, ca. 1911

Bodies found at Indian massacre

Ranch House with Smokehouse

Ranch House with Smokehouse

Builder: Ramasco, Antone Hipped-roof granite ranch house with smokehouse to the right, ca. 1911

Portrait of "Coyote" John Schneider and Ed Recanzone at the Mill Ranch, ca. 1911

Portrait of "Coyote" John Schneider and Ed Recanzone at the Mill Ranch...

Now the Bob Cassinelli Ranch People in photograph: Schneider, "Coyote" John; Recanzone, Ed

Man at Spring City Mine, ca. 1911

Man at Spring City Mine, ca. 1911

People in photograph: Dooley, John; Buckingham, Frank

Case's General Store, ca. 1912

Case's General Store, ca. 1912

People in photograph: Unidentified; Unidentified; Lye, Ed; Case, Irvin; Case, Irvin; Unidentified; Dooley, John

Postcard of Paiute Indians, ca. 1914

Postcard of Paiute Indians, ca. 1914

Postcard with inscription: "Typical Camp Scene" People in photograph: Unidentified; Abel, "Big Merry"

Paiute Indian Girls, ca. 1914

Paiute Indian Girls, ca. 1914

People in photograph: Abel, Lou; Abel, Eva

Horse-Drawn Fruit Sprayer

Horse-Drawn Fruit Sprayer

ca. 1914 Maker: Bean Spray Pump Company, San Jose, California

Portrait of Frederick Stewart, ca. 1915
Reverse P's Sheep Stamp

Reverse P's Sheep Stamp

Source: Boggio, Joe and Geraldine Iron stamp used by Gill Predia (ca. 1915), later used by the Siard Operation, for stamping the shorn backs of sheep with paint

Barn, North Fork Ranch

Barn, North Fork Ranch

ca. 1916 Builder: Jensen, H. O.

Ranchers and Buckaroos, ca. 1916 or 1917

Ranchers and Buckaroos, ca. 1916 or 1917

Described by John Ferraro as "All the old-timers in Paradise Valley out at the DH Ranch around 1916 or 1917"

Barn Plan, North Fork Ranch

Barn Plan, North Fork Ranch

ca. 1916 Builder: Jensen, H. O.

Young John Ferraro on Workhorse, ca. 1917

Young John Ferraro on Workhorse, ca. 1917

At age five or six; limestone building at left People in photograph: Ferraro, John

Group Portrait at Mill Ranch, ca. 1917

Group Portrait at Mill Ranch, ca. 1917

Now the Bob Cassinelli Ranch People in photograph: Schneider, "Coyote" John; Recanzone, Ed; Recanzone, Carlo; Recanzone, Clotilde; Ginacca, Josephine; Genasci, Angie (Recanzone); Recanzone, Lorenzo

Group Portrait at Hot Springs in Paradise Valley, ca. 1918

Group Portrait at Hot Springs in Paradise Valley, ca. 1918

Hot spring northeast of Paradise Valley town People in photograph: Schneider, "Coyote" John; Ramasco, Augusto; Recanzone, Olympio; Ramasco, Bruno

Tony Ramasco and his Crew at the Newly-finished "Upper" Workhorse Barn, ca. 1919

Tony Ramasco and his Crew at the Newly-finished "Upper" Workhorse Barn...

Antone Ramasco with wheelbarrow People in photograph: Ramasco, Antone

Bringing Lumber for Horse Barns, ca. 1919

Bringing Lumber for Horse Barns, ca. 1919

Inscription: "Charley and Ella Burd" People in photograph: Burd, Charley; Burd, Ella

Workhorse Barn Interior

Workhorse Barn Interior

Builder: Ramasco, Antone; Zorio, Charlie ca. 1920

Quoins on House

Quoins on House

Builder: Ramasco, Antone Occupants: Duferrena, Bob and Joan Main residence, built for former owner, Juan B. Jaca, ca. 1920

Main Residence, Lucky 7 Ranch

Main Residence, Lucky 7 Ranch

Builder: Ramasco, Antone Built for former Basque owner, Juan B. Jaca, ca. 1920; note characteristic Italian-style hipped roof with dormers Occupants: Duferrena, Bob and Joan

Main Residence, Lucky 7 Ranch

Main Residence, Lucky 7 Ranch

Builder: Ramasco, Antone Built for former Basque owner, Juan B. Jaca, ca. 1920; note characteristic Italian-style hipped roof with dormers Occupants: Duferrena, Bob and Joan

Barn Plan, Ninety-Six Ranch

Barn Plan, Ninety-Six Ranch

Work-horse barn, ca. 1920 Builder: Ramasco, Antone; Zorio, Charlie

Outbuilding Interior, Schwartz Ranch

Outbuilding Interior, Schwartz Ranch

Wash house or summer kitchen at former Blattner Ranch, ca. 1920 Builder: Schwartz, Arnold

Thermometer

Thermometer

Source: Boggio, Joe and Geraldine Displayed over door of bunkhouse in 1980 Smithsonian Exhibition, made ca. 1920 Maker: Taylor, Rochester, N.Y.

Bunkhouse, Cerri (Gastanaga) Ranch

Bunkhouse, Cerri (Gastanaga) Ranch

Builder: Bradshaw, J.D. Built on typical single-cell bunkhouse plan in vertical board and batten construction, ca. 1920

Outbuilding Plan, Schwartz Ranch

Outbuilding Plan, Schwartz Ranch

Wash house or summer kitchen at former Blattner Ranch, ca. 1920 Builder: Schwartz, Arnold

Outbuilding, Schwartz Ranch

Outbuilding, Schwartz Ranch

Wash house or summer kitchen at former Blattner Ranch, ca. 1920 Builder: Schwartz, Arnold

Saddle Horse Barn

Saddle Horse Barn

Builder: Ramasco, Antone; Zorio, Charlie ca. 1920

Barn Plan, Ninety-Six Ranch

Barn Plan, Ninety-Six Ranch

Work-horse barn, ca. 1920 Builder: Ramasco, Antone; Zorio, Charlie

Saddle-Horse Barn

Saddle-Horse Barn

Builder: Ramasco, Antone; Zorio, Charlie Workhorse stable, ca. 1920

Main Residence, Lucky 7 Ranch

Main Residence, Lucky 7 Ranch

Builder: Ramasco, Antone Built for former Basque owner, Juan B. Jaca, ca. 1920; note characteristic Italian-style hipped roof with dormers Occupants: Duferrena, Bob and Joan

Window on House at Hay Camp

Window on House at Hay Camp

Builder: Ramasco, Antone; Zorio, Charlie Formerly used as kitchen and dining hall, ca. 1920

Cuffs

Cuffs

Commercially made ca. 1920 from leather and brass; used to protect shirt and wrists and for display Source: Miller, Alvin

Hair Chaps

Hair Chaps

Source: Miller, Alvin Angora goat hide chaps, ca. 1920 Maker: Capriola, J.M., Elko, Nevada

House Plan, Paradise Valley, Nev.

House Plan, Paradise Valley, Nev.

Chicken wire on exterior for stucco, ca. 1920

House Interior with Window, Ninety-Six Ranch

House Interior with Window, Ninety-Six Ranch

Builder: Ramasco, Antone; Zorio, Charlie Window framing in part of house formerly used as kitchen and dining hall, ca. 1920

Barn Plan, Ninety-Six Ranch

Barn Plan, Ninety-Six Ranch

Builder: Ramasco, Antone; Zorio, Charlie Saddle-horse barn, ca. 1920

Saddle-Horse Barn Interior

Saddle-Horse Barn Interior

Builder: Ramasco, Antone; Zorio, Charlie ca. 1920

Detail of Stone Retaining Wall at Cottonwood Creek

Detail of Stone Retaining Wall at Cottonwood Creek

Builder: Ramasco, Antone; Ramasco, Augusto Behind Micca House, built ca. 1920

Sample Quilt

Sample Quilt

Source: Boggio, Joe and Geraldine Quilt made by Viola or Frances Case from samples of men's suiting that their father, J.B. Case, sold at his mercantile store in Paradise Valley; ca. 1920

Outbuilding, Silver Creek Ranch

Outbuilding, Silver Creek Ranch

Builder: Ramasco, Antone ca. 1920

Hair Chaps

Hair Chaps

Source: Miller, Alvin Angora goat hide chaps, ca. 1920 Maker: Capriola, J.M., Elko, Nevada

Workhorse Barn

Workhorse Barn

Builder: Ramasco, Antone; Zorio, Charlie Built ca. 1920

Cookhouse at Hay Camp

Cookhouse at Hay Camp

Builder: Ramasco, Antone; Zorio, Charlie Formerly used as kitchen and dining hall, ca. 1920