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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Early Stagecoach -- Typifying the mid-nineteenth century stagecoaches, this well-preserved one was a tourist attraction at Warner Hot Springs.

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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Early Stagecoach -- Typifying the mid-nineteenth century stagecoaches, this well-preserved one was a tourist attraction at Warner Hot Springs.
Item ID
21L
Collection
Paintings
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An unidentified woman wearing a hat and coat standing next to a stagecoach marked "Lyon's Pony Express Museum" on the door. She is holding a purse in her right hand and is looking toward the camera.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/photographs1441
Date
unknown

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Date
unknown
Subjects
Pony Express Museum
ID
1428
Collection
Photographs
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William Parker Lyon seated in driver seat of a stagecoach hitched to a pair of what appears to be matching dappled grey horses made of wood or other ingredient. Coach has inscribed on side: Overland Stageline. Unidentified man is seated alongside Mr. Lyon.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/photographs469
Date
c.1940s

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Date
c.1940s
Subjects
Pony Express Museum
Lyon, William Parker
Stagecoaches
ID
465
Collection
Photographs
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View of long covered shed with ground floor used for housing stagecoach and wagons. Hanging from beams are harness with bells used on teams in years past to warn on-coming teams. The pride of the stage-lines, the famous Concord Coach made by Abbott & Downing in Concord, New Hampshire, circa 1860s, predominates the foreground. A line of Western Mudwagons appear in the rear.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/photographs483
Date
c.1940s

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Date
c.1940s
Subjects
Pony Express Museum
Stagecoaches
ID
479
Collection
Photographs
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