Photograph of a view of the Chollar mine dump in Gold Hill, Nevada, ca.1900. A mine in a dark suit and hat stands behind a bush on the right with mining tracks just next to him. Behind him there is a large dirt hill on the left with an elaborate wooden structure that stands on skeletal wooden pillars from the top of the hill to the bottom, where a smaller wooden structure sits. A man can be seen walking along the steep section of the structure while a field and mountain range sit in the distance.; Picture file card reads "The dump of the Chollar mine that produced millions. Discovered in 1859 by Billy Chollar -- it became one of the Great Six producers of Gold Hill".