Photograph of the desert supply station at Dagget before the railroad, showing D.E. Lott's transportation team arriving, San Bernardino, California, ca.1880. Two men and a woman stand posing on the right side of the station's porch while two other men sit in a horse-drawn wagon at center. Two large double-file ranks of mules stand to either side of the station, hitched to a train of three huge cargo wagons with a rider at left. Bales of hay are visible in the background. The ground is covered in small stones and low-growing vegetation.; Picture file card reads: "Mrs. Melvina la Pointe Lott, neice of Remi Nadeau was given a 20 mule freight team by Nadeau. The Lotts used the outfit to haul gold ore from the Oro Grande Mines in the Calico Mts. To Daggett."