Largest Ghost Town in America
Title:
Largest Ghost Town in America
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome


Mouth of Oak Creek
Title:
Mouth of Oak Creek
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Divided Back unused



UV Smelter
Title:
UV Smelter
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Divided Back unused


United Verde Mine & Smelter
Title:
United Verde Mine & Smelter
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Divided Back unused



View From The Hog Back
Title:
View From The Hog Back
Jerome Arizona (AZ), White Border PM 1974

Description:
C. T. American Art Colored


Gold King Mine
Title:
Gold King Mine
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
P.O. Box 125, Jerome, AZ 86331 "World class mining museum in a ghost town setting."



Holy Family Catholic Church
Title:
Holy Family Catholic Church
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Built in 1898


Douglas Memorial Mining Museum
Title:
Douglas Memorial Mining Museum
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Jerome State Historical Park



Jerome State Historical Park
Title:
Jerome State Historical Park
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused


Holy Family Catholic Church
Title:
Holy Family Catholic Church
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Built in 1898 when this ghost city was a booming mine camp now completely restored to its original beauty and considered one of the top tourist attractions in Jerome



Holy Family Catholic Church
Title:
Holy Family Catholic Church
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Bob Bradshaw Overlooking Jerome, Arizona Built in 1898 when this ghost city was a booming mine camp


View of Jerome from below
Title:
View of Jerome from below
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused



Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Now called America's largest Ghost City, Jerome was once a booming town of 15,000 inhabitants. It was known as the billion dollar copper camp


Jerome, Arizona
Title:
Jerome, Arizona
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome PM 1975 Oct-4

Description:
Jerome, Arizona Largest ghost city in America Population 15,000 10,000 5,000 1,000 ghost town



Little Daisy Hotel
Title:
Little Daisy Hotel
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Series 12185-C This hotel was closed and deserted in 1938 when the mining operations closed. It was built before 1920 with 40 double rooms, and was used by the copper mine employees.


Jerome Hog Back
Title:
Jerome Hog Back
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Jerome High School in the center with the Red Rock. Country in the background



Jerome
Title:
Jerome
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused


Ghost City
Title:
Ghost City
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Once a teeming mining camp of some 15,000 people. As the ore has been worked out its population has dwindled to only a few hundred. Built on the steep mountainside, only one city block of its several miles of streets is on the level. So precipitous are the slopes that entrances from street level give access to third and fourth floors of many of its buildings.



Ghost City
Title:
Ghost City
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Main Street (which is also Highway 89) houses the Mine Museum sponsored by the Jerome Historical Society, and a variety of novelty and antique shops run by the live "ghosts" who refuse to leave this best preserved and most fascinating ghost town in Arizona.


Jerome
Title:
Jerome
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
This once booming mining town produced a billion dollars worth of copper, gold and silver before it was abandoned to become America's largest Ghost City.



Jerome
Title:
Jerome
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
This once booming mining town produced a billion dollars worth of copper, gold and silver before it was abandoned to become America's largest Ghost City.


Jerome
Title:
Jerome
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Rapidly becoming one of Arizona's ghost towns, Jerome, of copper mining fame, is slowly sliding down the mountainside which is honeycombed with mines. So precipitous are the slopes that entrances from street level give access to third and fourth floors of many of its buildings.



Wintertime At Jerome
Title:
Wintertime At Jerome
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused


Jerome
Title:
Jerome
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Largest Ghost City in America. Population 15,000, 10,000, 5,000, 1,000 Ghost Town.



Jerome
Title:
Jerome
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
This once booming mining town produced a billion dollars worth of copper gold and silver before it was abandoned to become America's Largest Ghost City


Holy Family Catholic Church
Title:
Holy Family Catholic Church
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Overlooking Jerome, Arizona. Built in 1898 when this ghost city was a booming mine camp.



Douglas Memorial Mining Museum , Jerome State Historical park
Title:
Douglas Memorial Mining Museum , Jerome State Historical park
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused


Ghost Town
Title:
Ghost Town
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Perched precariously on the side of Mingus Mountain is Jerome, Arizona, formerly a prosperous copper mining town. This view shows a few of the homes on stilts which once were comfortable residence for the mine workers et al, but which are now about 75 per cent abandoned. In the distance on the horizon are the San Francisco Peaks and the Verde Valley stretches out beyond the town.



Montezuma's Well
Title:
Montezuma's Well
Jerome Arizona (AZ), White Border PM 1941

Description:
A huge rock bound basin, conraining a lake formed by constant and uniform in flow of subterranean waters. From the rim to the water is about 80 feet. Depth of water about. 90 feet and width of well about 500 feet. Prehistoric cliff dwellings are seen on the inner walls


Bird's-Eye View of Jerome
Title:
Bird's-Eye View of Jerome
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Linen unused

Description:
Ghost City"" Jerome is one of Arizona's most interesting cities. Once a teeming mining camp of some 9,000 people, as the ore has been worked out its population has dwindled to less than half that number. Built on the steep mountainside, only one city block of its several miles of streets is on the level. So precipitous are the slopes that entrances from street level give access to third and fourth floors of many of its buildings



Gang of Men at 99 Mine
Title:
Gang of Men at 99 Mine
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Real Photo PM Feb-25


Jerome Looking Northwest
Title:
Jerome Looking Northwest
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Original Photograph unused

Description:
This is a rare, historic item. Used as part of the postcard production process by the Edward Mitchell Company (subsequently the Pacific Novelty Co. and Souvenir Publishing Co.)



Powder Box Church Country Store
Title:
Powder Box Church Country Store
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
A "must" to see in the largest ghost city in America. This historic landmark is on the road to the State Historic Park Dexter Press Inc


View of the Town
Title:
View of the Town
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused

Description:
America's most unique city



Bird's Eye View Of Jerome
Title:
Bird's Eye View Of Jerome
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Linen unused

Description:
Series J-1 Jerome is one of Arizona's most interesting cities. Once a teeming mining camp of some 9,000 people, as the ore has been worked out its population has dwindled to less than half that number. Built on the steep Mountain side, Only one city block of its several miles of streets is on the level. so precipitous are the slopes that entrances from street level give access to third and fourth floors of many of its buildings.


Jerome
Title:
Jerome
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Jerome, an old copper mining camp, clings to the edge of Minqus Mountain and U. S. Alt. 89 curves and twists up through its many-leveled streets to reach this signpost, a graphic history of the town. Jerome claims to be the largest "ghost city" in America.



Open Pit Mine
Title:
Open Pit Mine
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Open-pit mine. Called "The 300 level," it was so named because it's 300 feet below where the first excavation was made. Waste from the pit was used to fill in the canyon where the large flat surface was used a the football and baseball field for Jerome High School and the various miner's softball teams. Tractors graded the filed to revive larger rocks before the games. The big tin buildings housed enormous hoists designed to lower miners into the ground. Built during the depressing at a cost of $1,000,000, neither the shafts into the ground nor the hoists were ever used.


Jerome's Famous Traveling Jail
Title:
Jerome's Famous Traveling Jail
Jerome Arizona (AZ), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
This is Jerome's famous traveling jail. It is now 225 feet from its original foundation and is 50 feet lower





Total: 38 Items