Photograph of an Amador Street scene near the Keystone Mine, ca.1930. Dilapidated buildings are visible to the left and right, each with covered, elevated sidewalks. A gas pump is visible on the edge of the sidewalk on the right with a shell on top reading "Shell", while a telephone pole is visible at the end of the sidewalk. The walls on the buildings on the left are covered in circus posters. A paved road is visible from the bottom running up the center and curving to the right. An automobile is parked to the right of the road past the buildings, while a large multiple-story mining building is visible at center and to the left of the building. Broken windows are visible on the mining building, while tall grass and trees are visible in the background.; Photoprint reads: "Amador Street scene - In center distance the Keystone Mine - discovered 1850 - operated for 59 years - until 1909 - when it was closed down. Machinery was left in place until 1933 - when another effort was made to discover values. This failed and machinery was removed. This was the one big mine of Amador. When this closed, most of the town moved away. Today circus posters cover some of the walls".