The scanning of Willis Jones field notes, Box 7, reached its
thrilling conclusion with a return to the camera room. There, I photographed a
graph from 1910 with a label I couldn’t decipher:
And a map of Chino:
The white lots denote property of Chino Land & Water
Co., and the orange
lots are sold.
And that about does it for scanning Box 7. Now to crop the
images, which should be a relatively swift process. At least I hope it’s swift,
otherwise that’s going to be the subject of a terrible blog entry, and I’m
running out of gimmick titles. Like “A Bountiful Crop,” or “Crop Circles.” No, wait! “Crop Rectangles,” because the scans are rectangular, see.
Maybe “Killer Crop,” the dreaded Batman villain who’s really into re-sizing
In the meantime, one more newspaper clip from the 1938 flood, because why not:
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