This image looks northeast up the main street of Jerome. The furthest back building, the Connor Hotel, still remains, while many of the other do not, due to landslides.
Front Street, Jerome, Arizona.
This image seems to have been taken from a rather high vantage point. In order to repeat the image was closely as possible, this was repeated from on top of the old mine entrance on the main street of Jerome, AZ. The majority of the left hand buildings are now gone, due to destruction by landslides. This image utilized a telephoto zoom lens to reach across a block to the original vantage point.
Birds eye view of Jerome (Carson), Arizona.
While it was feared that the vantage point of the image would be too difficult to repeat, upon entering Jerome the image arose, and was repeated easily form the side of the road, in a historic marker outlook. The alignment came relatively easily from the large J on the side of the hill, as well as the buildings. Many of the larger buildings remain, while one can also see new private residences in the contemporary image. The dense vegetation in the new image is astounding compared to the care gully in the original image. The Welcome to Jerome sign on Highway 89, east of town, actually featured a view of this image on the historical marker at this vantage point.