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HARRY'S GOLD GULCH
In 1935, one of Harry Oliver's greatest accomplishments was the design, building, direction, and production of Gold Gulch, the largest concession at the San Diego World's Fair (California Pacific International Exposition).
Gold Gulch was a 21-acre old west mining camp and ghost town replica which undoubtedly inspired the Knotts Berry Farm Ghost Town, which Harry was consulted upon but was not formally involved with.
GOLD GULCH REFERENCES
Here are some references to Harry's Gold Gulch: