Two sets of wooden “brackets” in the stone to hold more shelves.
The pantry made out of a Southern California Standard Oil, Pearl Oil crate and screening with two leather strips tacked on to hold the cover in place. ***Pearl Oil was advertised in the November 18, 1918 Las Vegas Age to be used with Standard Oil Company’s Perfection Oil Heaters.
Calumet Baking Powder and Bishop Crackers crate ends.
That’s probably the door to the living quarters with the graffiti on it.
Iron in the ceiling. Possibly to hang something.
A stove crafted from a washtub.
********We left the living quarters the same way we found it.