Desert View Tower
Title:
Desert View Tower
Jacumba California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
When the pioneers pushed west they found the southwest desert a struggle for man and beast. When they arrived at the tower site they could look back over the sandy wastes. The idea for the tower was conceived by Bert Vaughn, who owned the nearby town of Jacumba, and wanted to build a memorial to those hardy souls who pioneered this route to the sea. In near-by caves are weird creatures chiseled from granite boulders. The walls of the tower are four feet thick and has rocks in it from all countries in the world.


Desert View Tower and Caves, Boulder Park
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Desert View Tower and Caves, Boulder Park
Jacumba California (CA), Real Photo PM 1951 Feb-20



Desert View Cafe
Title:
Desert View Cafe
Jacumba California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
At the Tower. US Highway 80. 7 miles east of Jacumba.


View of Jacumba, California
Title:
View of Jacumba, California
Jacumba California (CA), Chrome PM 1981 Feb-8

Description:
An Indian name meaning 'hut by the water.' Famous for her Hot Springs on old Highway 80, only 200 yards from the Mexican border. JACUMBA is a former mail station on the Yuma Stage route established by James McCoy in 1852. He built a fort and at one time held off an attack of 500 Indians



Cafe-Jacumba
Title:
Cafe-Jacumba
Jacumba California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Jacumbo (Indian, hut by the water) is a resort only 200 yards from the Mexican border, with mineral springs. Jacumba was first a mall station on the Yuma route, established in 1852 by James McCoy. One time McCoy held off an Indian attack of 500 braves from a fort that he had built here. Jacumba is located on Highway 80, an old Spanish trail called Jornada de la Muerte (journey of death) and El Camono del Diablo (devil's Highway)


The Tower
Title:
The Tower
Jacumba California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series B-323, S-7103-2 Desert View Tower- Highway 80. When the pioneers pushed west they found the southwest desert a struggle for man and beast. When they arrived at the tower site they could look back over the sandy wastes. The idea for the tower was conceived by Bert L. Vaughn, who owned the nearby town of Jacumba, and wanted to build a memorial to those hardy souls who pioneered this route to the sea. In near-by-caves are weird creatures chisleled from granite boulders. The walls of the tower are four feet thick and has rocks in it from all countries of the world





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