Photographic portrait of J.W. Vernon and Chas. Chanser sifting for gold on a river bank, Plymouth, ca.1932. Two men are pictured ladling river water into a sieve at center: the leftmost man is pictured in a porkpie hat and sweater, identified as Vernon. To the right, a stout man kneels in overalls and a brimmed cap, tending to the sieve, identified as Chanser. A dog can be seen on the bank behind them. Picture file card reads: "Some of the streams of the gold country are being run through the 'rockers' again".