Tom Mitchell of the Soledad • Book by Richard F. Mitchell, 2002.
John Lang Finds Valuable Chromite (Chrome Iron) Deposit L.A. Times/San Francisco Chronicle, 11-19-1885.
Locomotive Jumps Track, Rolls Down Hill, Nobody Killed Fresno Morning Republican, 2-1-1898.
Tales of Lang and Soledad by A.B. Perkins • The Signal, March 1961
Story of the Sulphur Springs School by Leon Worden • The Signal, 3-5-1997
Alfred L. Clark’s Solemint Store by Harriett Farnsworth, June 1945
Solemint Junction: A Happening Place to Be by Jo Ellen Rismanchi, July 2001
Family Memories from Sulphur Springs. by Dick Held, 9-27-2001
Mining and Ranching in Soledad Canyon & Antelope Valley by David Earle, January 2003
AP3129 – Ravenna Train Station, c. 1900.
AP1805 – Sulphur Springs School (2 Views), c. 1910s.
AP2226 – Thomas F. & Martha Mitchell’s permanent home in Soledad Canyon, built 1888.
JM4901 – Partial List of Sulphur Springs School Pupils, 1886-1915.
VS0000 – Joseph & Minnie Warmuth and Family, Sand Canyon (Multiple Views), 1920s-30s.
DI3010 – Family Outing to U.S. Forest Service Campground, Soledad Canyon, 1930.
JE3801 – Alfred L. Clark, Founder of the Solemint Store, ca. 1935-1937.
AL2087 – Greetings From Solemint, California: Linen Post Card, 10-10-1944.
LW2004 – Solemint Store, Post Card, 1946..
HS9009 – Solemint Store: Real Photo Post Card, ca. 1950.
LW2093 – Solemint Store, Color Post Card, 1950s..
LW2139 – Demolition of Dillenbeck’s Market, 1995.
JK0017 – Soledad Canyon Mining Operations, Multiple Views, 1967-70.
JK0066 – Southern Pacific Railroad Features, Multiple Views, 1967-70.
JK0025 – (28) Views from Soledad Canyon Road, 1967-70.
LW2144 – Lang Hotel Foundation, 9-5-2001.
LW2156 – Curtis Sand & Gravel Mine (2 Aerial Views), 4-7-2002.
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