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Annie Laurie Mine




Plate 165 ANNIE LAURIE MINE: 1917 - 1999 These photos view toward the Annie Laurie mine and mill at Kimberly. The 1917 photo was taken in the spring before the aspen (Populus tremuloides) leafed out. Years of mining have disturbed the surrounding vegetation. The 1999 photo shows how well the area has revegetated naturally. Most of the aspen has been heavily invaded by conifers, primarily spruce (Picea sp.) and Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii), and none of the aspen has regenerated successfully in recent years.

Photo Information:

1917 photo taken June 17 by unknown source; 1999 photo taken by Kay #4508-10 on Sept. 9. 1917 photo [#17452] held by the Utah Historical Society, Salt Lake City, UT

Vegetative Community:

Conifer, Aspen


South Central: Tushar Mountains, Fishlake National Forest, Beaver Ranger District; T27S, R5W, Sect. 2, UTM 4261350 N, 378600 E; elevation 8,400 ft., viewed to southwest.

January 2018