Photograph of a road in Jacksonville, ca.1930. The narrow dirt road on the left is lined on the right by two old, wooden structures. A tree and several tall plants can be seen in the foreground with a lightly-colored structure just next to them further down the road. A window can be seen on one side while several steps lead to a door that faces the road. Further down the road a second, darker structure has an open front. On one wall there hangs what appears to be a depiction of a bird. In the distance the road leads into thick woods.; Picture file card reads "The little-used road south of here to Priest's is still picturesque with its old sheds and abandoned barns. This was a much traveled road during the gold rush days".