'R.B. Marshall, Chief Geographer; Geo. R. Davis, Geographer in charge; Topography by N.E. Ballmer and Roscoe Reeves; Control by J.E. Blackburn and L.F. Biggs. Surveyed in 1915-1916.' 'Edition of 1919.' Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Title in lower right margin: Goodsprings. In center of top margin: Topography. Includes compilation diagram. Indicates location and density of cedar trees. Shows small portion of San Bernardino County, California. Published by U.S. Geological Survey. Scale 1:62,500 (W 115°35'00"--W 115°24'00"/N 36°02'30"--N 35°42'30"). 'Contour interval 50 feet. Datum is mean sea level.'
The Goodsprings Cafe in Goodsprings, Nevada. Sitting on the porch of the cafe are Mayme Stocker, Lenora "Nora" VanLuvanee, and Helen Britain. Nora VanLuvanee was a niece of Mayme's husband, Oscard Stocker.
The Jackie Ogden Photograph Collection on Goodsprings, Nevada contains two black-and-white photographs of Goodsprings, Nevada from 1943. The first photograph depicts the home of Harry Kennedy; the second photograph depicts Spanish-American War veteran George Williams and his three donkeys.
From the Nye County, Nevada Photograph Collection (PH-00221) -- Series VII. Other areas in Nye County -- Subseries VII.F. Lowe Family. Goodsprings Hotel, Goodsprings, Nevada, purchased by Deke and Celesta Lowe in 1945. The building was constructed in 1916 by the Fayle family; the Lowes resided there from 1945 to 1951. The building burned to the ground in 1966.