In Rhyolite, Nev., the Bottle House was built by miner Tom Kelly out of bottles — most of them beer bottles. It was restored by Paramount Pictures in January 1925 for a movie, “The Airmail.”
In Rhyolite, Nev., the Bottle House was built by miner Tom Kelly out of bottles — most of them beer bottles. It was restored by Paramount Pictures in January 1925 for a movie, “The Airmail.” Jill Schensul The Record
In Rhyolite, Nev., the Bottle House was built by miner Tom Kelly out of bottles — most of them beer bottles. It was restored by Paramount Pictures in January 1925 for a movie, “The Airmail.” Jill Schensul The Record

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