Variety of tins and two barrel rings.
We’ve seen this can, with the same cut in numerous dumps.
Ground Cherry, x3. (***They’re awesome when they dry and resemble Chinese lanterns.)
Below the dump looking up at some of the mining activity.
A cook stove, x4.
Woven wire mesh mattress, x3. (***In 1876, cheese box manufacturer Zalmon G. Simmons designed a machine to mass-produce woven wire mesh mattresses.)
A sheet steel air-tight heat stove, x4. (***This style of heat stove sold in the 1902 Sears, Roebuck & Co. Catalouge No. 111. The price ranged between $1.10 to $3.10.)