Today I decided to post a mix of old photos from a few Southern California attractions.
Next up is this picture of a shootout at Corriganville, in glorious black and white. I'm guessing that the photo was taken around 1957.
And finally, here's a fun snapshot taken in the old desert mining town of Calico, circa 1964, when the town actually belonged to Walter Knott. He donated it to San Bernardino County in 1966. This painted photo-op is very similar to the examples found in Knott's Berry Farm's "Pitchur Gallery", although this one appears to be a personal photo, and not a purchased souvenir. I like how gramps is holding his hat!