John Graver Ranch
detailsUnknown Unknown 1075.0138.0002.jpg RA - 138 B&W 1075.0138.0002 1075.0138.0002 Print 4x4 Historic Photographs 1900 Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives
A working cattle dog at John D. Graver's ranch in Walnut Creek, Arizona. In 1917 the Graver Ranch burned down due to unknown causes, although Graver was away in the field during the fire. John was the oldest settler in Walnut Creek at the time of the fire.
Initially we believed that this ranch was located in Skull Valley, but we could not find a single family with a surname starting with a "G."
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