Ghost Town Diaries: Karl Kernberger’s Search for the Light”, Exhibit Opening Saturday, September 28, 2013 at the Silver City Museum

The photographs in this exhibit record some of Southern New Mexico’s ghost towns as a then young college student Karl Kernberger saw them from 1959 through 1967. This exhibit includes scenes of the Black Range bonanza towns of Hillsboro, Kingston, Chloride, and Lake Valley; the towns of Old Hachita and Shakespeare in New Mexico’s desert “bootheel” country; and the towns of Mogollon, and Alma in the Mogollon Mountains. Views taken closest to Silver City show Georgetown and Old Tyrone as they looked in 1961.”

via Ghost Town Diaries: Karl Kernberger’s Search for the Light”, Exhibit Opening Saturday, September 28, 2013 at the Silver City Museum.


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