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These are images of a Dipper Boy at High Rock Spring. The young man is holding a long stick with a holder for two glasses. The stick in lowered inside the hole and the glasses are filled. The conical shape of the tufa is prominent.
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These images depict the High Rock Spring Pavilion and Bottling Plant that were completed in 1866. The domed pavilion has an eagle on top. Several people are standing under and around the pavilion. A wagon is pulled up in front of the bottling plant…
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These images depict the first permanent structure built over the High Rock Spring by the Clarke and White Spring Water Co. The pavilion was built in 1848. The road in front of the pavilion is rutted. Behind the structure is the escarpment leading up…
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These stereo images depict the pavilion and bottling plant at High Rock Spring. The ornately decorated pavilion is topped with an eagle. Several people are seated inside the pavilion. The area around the spring is landscaped and walkways are well…
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These images of the High Rock Pavilion shows the early landscaping that was done. Trees are planted with supports and a fence has been erected to separate the area. People are standing under the pavilion. Horse hitching posts dot the area.
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These images depict several elaborate carriages with horses, drivers and patrons aboard parked in front of the High Rock Pavilion. The bottling plant is in the background. Growing trees are supported by wooden stakes all around the pavilion.
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These images of the High Rock Pavilion and the surrounding area depict the grounds as the landscaping matured. The pavilion itself is almost shrouded by the trees. A bench is in front of the pavilion and a person is sitting on it.
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