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Barn, North Fork Ranch

Barn, North Fork Ranch

ca. 1916 Builder: Jensen, H. O.

Ernest and Emily Miller's Storage Cellar

Ernest and Emily Miller's Storage Cellar

Located on Ernest Miller property adjacent to post office, built ca. 1925

Chicken House Interior, Taylor Ranch
White Board and Batten Shed

White Board and Batten Shed

People in photograph: Marshall, Howard W.; Miller, Alvin Builder: Miller, Gerhard Jr. Built to house electric generator, now used for storagel, ca. 1945

Aerial Photo of Cold Springs Camp

Aerial Photo of Cold Springs Camp

Camp in center, and smaller structure, along fence line, a house tent frame, owned by Leslie Stewart on Forest Service land

Coffee Klatch

Coffee Klatch

People in photograph: Chabot, Liz; Gavica, Frank

Playing Pool

Playing Pool

People in photograph: Hiller, Dave

Playing Pool

Playing Pool

People in photograph: Ahlborn, Richard; Hiller, Dave; Hiller, Carolyn

After Bible Class

After Bible Class

Reverend Inzer drives children home in van People in photograph: Inzer, Reverend Lavern; Cassinelli, Kathy

Old Float for Facing Cement

Old Float for Facing Cement

Belonged to Joe Boggio's father, Steve Boggio

Taking Off on the Highway

Taking Off on the Highway

People in photograph: Small, Terry On highway south of Paradise Valley Town

Buildings at the North Forks Ranch

Buildings at the North Forks Ranch

About 20 miles northeast of Paradise Valley Town; house not occupied, stands on land owned by the Nevada Vaca Co, which uses its corrals; at left is the cattle truck, waiting for the brand inspection so it can ... More

Portrait of Marie Stewart

Portrait of Marie Stewart

Ranch wife in dining room

Silver-Plated Bridle

Silver-Plated Bridle

Maker: Miller, Elmer

Returning with Dead Coyote

Returning with Dead Coyote

People in photograph: Klaumann, Kenny

Klauman Family on Front Stoop of Mobile Home

Klauman Family on Front Stoop of Mobile Home

Occupants: Klaumann, Kenny and Alta People in photograph: Klaumann, Alta; Klaumann, Kenny; Klaumann, Kenny, Jr.

Old Chisel

Old Chisel

Belonged to Joe Boggio's father, Steve Boggio

Portrait of Fred Miller and his Mother, Elisabeth, in Front of the Miller Ranch House

Portrait of Fred Miller and his Mother, Elisabeth, in Front of the Mil...

People in photograph: Miller, Fred; Miller, Elisabeth

Former Blacksmith Shop

Former Blacksmith Shop

Now used to store automotive supplies

Eating at the Stewart's House at Branding Time

Eating at the Stewart's House at Branding Time

Noon meal People in photograph: Smock, William; Stewart, Fred; Stewart, Leslie; Eshleman, Annebet; Humphrey, Bob; Miller, Fred

Smokehouse

Smokehouse

Used for storage

Halloween Visitors

Halloween Visitors

Behind the basket of apples were a container of orange cupcakes People in photograph: Northrup, Lindsay; Babbs, Frank; Unidentified; Miller, Ernest

Sheet Metal Peacock in New Bunkhouse

Sheet Metal Peacock in New Bunkhouse

Made by former resident, Salvador Garcia Maker: Garcia, Salvador

Aerial Photo of Circular Pattern Created by Irrigation Pivot

Aerial Photo of Circular Pattern Created by Irrigation Pivot

Semicircular pattern made by rotating irrigation system on Boggio (Sperry) Ranch; town of Paradise Valley in upper left corner

Coffee Klatch

Coffee Klatch

People in photograph: Cunningham, Keith; Humphrey, Bob; Gianotti, Jo

Water Tank

Water Tank

Gravity feed water tank adjacent to hand pump, was used to supply running water to the house until an electric pump was installed

House, Ferraro Ranch

House, Ferraro Ranch

Moved to ranch from mining company near Winnemucca Occupants: Ferraro, Stephen and Mildred

Loading the Truck

Loading the Truck

People in photograph: McCorkell, Rusty

Temporary Occupant in Former Barroom

Temporary Occupant in Former Barroom

Temporarily occupied by coyote trapper People in photograph: Iveson, Tim

4-H Club Supper Served at Midnight

4-H Club Supper Served at Midnight

Served at the dance as a fundraiser People in photograph: Melody, George; Gianotti, Jo; Graham, Robert

Portrait of Jack Ferrell in his Barbershop

Portrait of Jack Ferrell in his Barbershop

"Semi-retired" to Paradise Valley from Hollywood and Palm Springs, California

Old Studebaker Wagon

Old Studebaker Wagon

Used by John Ferraro's father Maker: Studebaker

Trowels and Floats

Trowels and Floats

Source: Ramasco, Antone Tools belonging to the late Antone Ramasco

Hay Loading Frame

Hay Loading Frame

People in photograph: Marshall, Howard W.; Miller, Alvin Designed to protect against wind as chopped hay is loaded into truck Maker: Miller, Alvin

Portrait of Marguerite Faupel

Portrait of Marguerite Faupel

Wife of Leonard Faupel; sister of Alvin and Ernest Miller People in photograph: Faupel, Marguerite

Main Residence and Other Buildings, Ferraro Ranch

Main Residence and Other Buildings, Ferraro Ranch

Includes watertank, main house, limestone building, and lean-to structure against north wall

Coffee Klatch

Coffee Klatch

People in photograph: Cunningham, Keith; Chabot, Liz; Aramburu, Frank; Latimer, Rick; Gavica, Frank

Central Hallway and Staircase

Central Hallway and Staircase

Looking up from ground floor to 2nd floor; doorway, lower right, is center doorway facing street, now nailed shut, in former Micca House Hotel

Stretching Coyote Skins

Stretching Coyote Skins

People in photograph: Klaumann, Kenny

Father Frank Dilutes the Communion Wine

Father Frank Dilutes the Communion Wine

People in photograph: Hoffman, Father Frank

Liz Chabot Driving the School Bus

Liz Chabot Driving the School Bus

People in photograph: Graham, Barbara; Graham, April; Chabot, Liz

Former Blacksmith Shop

Former Blacksmith Shop

Now used for storage

Barn Interior, North Fork Ranch

Barn Interior, North Fork Ranch

Builder: Jensen, H. O.

Preparing to Stretch Coyote Skins

Preparing to Stretch Coyote Skins

People in photograph: Klaumann, Kenny

Bunkhouse with Cellar, 101 Ranch

Bunkhouse with Cellar, 101 Ranch

Builder: Sperry, L.E. Alvin Miller residence (101 Ranch) and windmill in background, built ca. 1880

Portrait of Rick Gavica

Portrait of Rick Gavica

While welding horseshoes to make a fireplace grate People in photograph: Gavica, Rich

Bunkhouse, Ferraro Ranch

Bunkhouse, Ferraro Ranch

Moved to ranch from mining company near Winnemucca

Removing Fragments of Coyote Meat from Skin

Removing Fragments of Coyote Meat from Skin

People in photograph: Klaumann, Kenny

Cellar Interior in Bunkhouse, 101 Ranch

Cellar Interior in Bunkhouse, 101 Ranch

Ground floor storage area with plastered whitewashed walls

Silver-Plated Bridle

Silver-Plated Bridle

Maker: Miller, Elmer

Storehouse

Storehouse

Currently used for storage, former blacksmith shop bought in Paradise Valley and moved to ranch

Coffee Klatch

Coffee Klatch

People in photograph: Melody, Rachel

Exterior

Exterior

On Melarkey St. with nuns' and priests' quarters adjacent

Aerial Photo of the Ninety-Six Ranch

Aerial Photo of the Ninety-Six Ranch

The layout of the 96 began in a linear pattern in the 1860s and later developed into a courtyard (hollow square) pattern when buildings were added and roads were changed so the main road no longer went through ... More

Cargo Storage Area over Cab

Cargo Storage Area over Cab

Maker: Miller, Alvin Miller's truck with spare tire door closed; note "balcony" welded on over cab for spare cargo, a common feature of cattle trucks in the area

Roping to Identify Brand

Roping to Identify Brand

People in photograph: Hartsack, George; Giacometto, George; Ferraro, Stephen

Roping to Identify Brand

Roping to Identify Brand

People in photograph: McCorkell, Rusty; Hartsack, George

Portrait of Rusty McCorkell (Read) Ranch

Portrait of Rusty McCorkell (Read) Ranch

People in photograph: McCorkell, Rusty Taken at Breakfast Time

Meal, Reed (Read) Ranch

Meal, Reed (Read) Ranch

Breakfast People in photograph: McCorkell, Rusty; McCorkell, Peggy; McCorkell, Jodi Marie; Vollin, Elaine; McCorkell, Jake; Vollin, Jack

Making Incision for Skinning Coyote

Making Incision for Skinning Coyote

People in photograph: Klaumann, Kenny Coyote is skinned by making a cut around the ankles and slitting up the back of each leg

Masonry Tools

Masonry Tools

Source: Ramasco, Antone Tools belonging to the late Antone Ramasco

Pen and Ink Drawing of Wagon with Horses

Pen and Ink Drawing of Wagon with Horses

Maker: Stewart, Leslie Found in stack of papers in Les' boyhood room in the old main house of the 96 Ranch

Brushes

Brushes

Source: Ramasco, Antone Tools belonging to the late Antone Ramasco

Forge Hood in Former Blacksmith Shop

Forge Hood in Former Blacksmith Shop

Former blacksmith shop bought in Paradise Valley and moved to ranch, now used to store antique collection of the Ferraros' eldest son, Robert

Living Room in Klauman Mobile Home

Living Room in Klauman Mobile Home

Occupants: Klaumann, Kenny and Alta People in photograph: Klaumann, Alta

Filming Cattle Drive

Filming Cattle Drive

People in photograph: Smock, William

Interior of Saddle Shed

Interior of Saddle Shed

Originally used as smokehouse, note blackened surfaces

Portrait of Joe Boggio with his Father's Tools

Portrait of Joe Boggio with his Father's Tools

People in photograph: Boggio, Joe Tools belonged to Boggio's father, Steve Boggio

Portrait of Joe and Geraldine (Harvey) Boggio

Portrait of Joe and Geraldine (Harvey) Boggio

Retired teacher and rancher People in photograph: Boggio, Geraldine (Harvey); Boggio, Joe

Patron Picks up Mail

Patron Picks up Mail

Unidentified patron; Ernest Miller leans through window to chat People in photograph: Miller, Ernest; Unidentified

Brand Inspection

Brand Inspection

Running the cattle through the alley to stop any whose brand can't be discerned People in photograph: Ferraro, Stephen; Giacometto, George

Loading the Truck

Loading the Truck

People in photograph: Hartsack, George; Unidentified

Replacing Tube in Truck Tire

Replacing Tube in Truck Tire

People in photograph: Gavica, Frank; McGarva, Irv

Slaughterhouse

Slaughterhouse

Hog butchering shed

Interior of Horse Barn
Aerial Photo of Chinese Archaeological Excavation Site

Aerial Photo of Chinese Archaeological Excavation Site

Feature 2 at left of red pointer; arrow points north

Old Rock Hammer

Old Rock Hammer

Used on rock, belonged to Joe Boggio's father, Steve Boggio

Spare Tire Storage on Cattle Truck

Spare Tire Storage on Cattle Truck

Maker: Miller, Alvin People in photograph: Miller, Alvin Has loading ramp integrated in door, sliding plank carries ramp to the ground

Shooting Trapped Coyote

Shooting Trapped Coyote

People in photograph: Klaumann, Kenny

Interior of Former Blacksmith Shop

Interior of Former Blacksmith Shop

Now used to store automotive supplies

Sectioning Rabbit Meat for Bait

Sectioning Rabbit Meat for Bait

People in photograph: Klaumann, Kenny

Outbuilding, Taylor Ranch

Outbuilding, Taylor Ranch

Rear walls made of stone and mortar, roughly a foot thick. which keeps the inside cool for food storage

Covering Coyote Trap

Covering Coyote Trap

People in photograph: Klaumann, Kenny The law requires trappers to cover the bait [here with paper] so that eagles and other birds of prey will not be attracted and killed by the trap

Main Residence, Reed (Read) Ranch

Main Residence, Reed (Read) Ranch

House was provided as lodging to buckaroos working for the Nevada First Corporation. In 1979, it was occupied by Rusty McCorkell and his family. In 1980, it was occupied by Chuck and Lola Wheelock. Occupants: M... More

Bunkhouse Interior, Ferraro Ranch

Bunkhouse Interior, Ferraro Ranch

Signs of habitation from former resident, Salvador Garcia, include hand-written initials on left wall, sheet metal peacock, and cut-out religious pictures

Aerial Photo of Hartscrabble Cabin

Aerial Photo of Hartscrabble Cabin

The cabin, owned by Les Stewart, on the lower left, and a view north up Martin Creek; this is the last overnight stop on 96 Ranch trail drives in fall from their forest service grazing allotment