Photograph of a view of the Glory Hole of the United Verde Copper Company at Jerome, Arizona, [s.d.]. At center a long pipe extends from the top of the mountain to a level of the mountain side that is occupied by a lightly-colored structure supporting ten cylinders. Below the cylinders on the mountain side the towers, structures and equipment of the mining site can be seen. A view of the side of the cliff that supports the site can be seen on the bottom. "No stock for sale; property owned by Senator W.A. Clark. Gold and silver production pay running expense of mine; copper is 'velvet'".