This sketch of George McAneny is from a 1905 San Jose newspaper. He lost more than $150,000 investing in Kentucky Camp.
No photographs of Kentucky Camp mining have been found. This picture, taken near Bisbee, shows canvas water bags loaded on a burro. It is typical of how early miners brought water to Greaterville and Kentucky Camp.
A hydraulic mining operation in California. This is the type of mine which McAneny hoped to develop.
The layout of Kentucky Camp's remaining buildings.
This building, known as the "hotel", probably housed the mining offices at Kentucky Camp.
The ruins of a barn at Kentucky camp.
One of the small adobe cabins at Kentucky Camp.
The interior of the gold processing building. Washing of samples may have occurred in the basin on the right; retorting of amalgam on the bench to the left.
The exterior of the gold processing building.
Passport In Time volunteers build a retaining wall to protect one of the Kentucky Camp cabins.
The Friends of Kentucky Camp hold monthly meetings and help with the restoration of the town's century-old adobe buildings.