Goodson 001 T.D.L. "Kitty" Tubb, on her ranch in Ash Meadows, Nevada. The bell directly above her head is from the old Greenwater School. The Tubbs originally settled in Ash Meadows in about 1900.
Goodson 002 Robert McGomery Tubb, son of T.D.L. "Kitty" Tubb.
Goodson 003 Swimming in Deep Spring, Ash Meadows, Nye County, Nevada, middle 1950s. Gloria Miller is in the water in front on the left.
Goodson 004 Judy Tubb and Nancy Tubb on the family farm, Ash Meadows, Nye County, Nevada, early 1950s.
Goodson 005 The Tubb Ranch, Ash Meadows, Nye County, Nevada, early 1950s.
Goodson 006 The Tubb Ranch, Ash Meadows, Nye County, Nevada, early 1950s. The saddle horse, Diamond, carried the Helldorado Queen in the parade in Las Vegas one year during the early 1950s, and horse and queen were pictured in National Geographic Magazine.
Goodson 007 The Tubb Ranch, Ash Meadows, Nye County, Nevada, early 1950s.
Goodson 008 The Tubb Ranch, Ash Meadows, Nye County, Nevada, early 1950s. Left to right are Judy Tubb, Nancy Tubb, and Jessie Bishop, a resident of Ash Meadows.
Goodson 009 Tubb Ranch, Ash Meadows, Nye County, Nevada, early 1950s. Dean Hale had just gotten out of the service and was visiting the ranch and was totally blind at the time.
Goodson 010 Bob Tubb at the Tubb Ranch, Ash Meadows, Nye County, Nevada, about 1930s.