Photograph of a well dug by the Coahuilla Indians at Martinez-Torres on the Colorado Desert, 1903. A man wearing a hat stands in the bottom of the well. Five wood fenceposts[?] stick up out of the ground near the opening of the well. Trees are visible in the background. Photoprint reads: "Dug probably about 1828".; "...Mr. Pierce writes: 'I ran across it at Torres, east of Palm Springs in 1903. The approach down the steps was 20 feet below the top and the water stood 50 feet below that. I was told by Captain Torres that it was dug by his people, the Coahuillas, about 75 years before (about 1828).'" -- The Masterkey, July 1939.