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Photo album of yesterday's southwest (first half), 1961.
Photo album of yesterday's southwest (second half), 1961.
Chapter title pages, 1961.
In Arizona. Wagon train on way to California in 1886. Photograph by Frederick Monsen, 1886.
Canyon del muerto - Remains of Indians killed by Spaniards - photo 1906. Photograph by Frederick Monsen, 1906.
The old Mormon Pioneer trail from Salt Lake City to San Bernardino. Picture shows bit of trail between Death Valley and Las Vegas. Photo made in 1891. Photograph by Frederick Monsen, 1891.
Death Valley Brass Band, n.d.
Pete Dailey, grubstake prospector, in Death Valley, 1900. He wandered the Nevada, Arizona and California deserts for more than 20 years. Photograph by Frederick Monsen, 1900.
Professor T.S. Palmer, Ash Meadow, Nevada. March 1891. Barber, Mary, a Piute squaw. Photograph by W.C. Burnett, March 1891.
Arizona stage driver. Photograph by C.C. Pierce, n.d.
In Arizona in 1886. Photograph by Frederick Monsen, 1886.
Powell's boat in Marble Canyon in 1872. Boat named 'Emma Dean'. Photograph by J.K. Hillers, 1872.
Flat boat 'Edith', used by George Wharton James, about to be launched on Colorado, c. 1904. Photograph by George Wharton James, ca. 1904.
W.D. Johnson, F.S. Dellenbaugh, John K. Hillers, on 1872 Powell expedition. Repairing 'Canonita' at the mouth of the Dirty Devil River. Photograph by C.C. Pierce, 1872.
On the Virgin River, with Powell expedition in 1870's. Photograph by J.K. Hillers, 1870s.
Death Valley. Telescope Peak in background. Photograph by Frederick Monsen, n.d.
Monsen's 1906 Painted desert expedition. Photograph by Frederick Monsen, 1906.
W.C. Burnett, correspondent for San Francisco Examiner, with Death Valley Expedition, n.d.
Canyon de Chelly area. Photographer near ruins...notched tree ladder to ruins. Photograph by Frederick Monsen, n.d.
Photo made in 1889, of outfits traveling from Arkansas to California on old Butterfield stage route. On Colorado Desert in Calif. Took nearly six months to make trip. Photograph by Frederick Monsen, 1889.
One half of the Best Party - 1891, 1891.