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Finding aid to Stereo Views from Alaska to Mexico, ca. 1859-1902, ca. 1859-1902
BANC PIC 1987.011--STER  
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This collection consists of 46 photographic prints (23 stereographs, 21 "PIC" size, and 2 "A" size) of views from Alaska to Mexico, circa 1859-1902. Includes work by various photographers: American Stereoscopic Co., W. B. Ingersoll, C. W. Woodward, Continent Stereoscopic Co., W. G. Chamberlain, Charles Weitfle, Strohmeyer & Wyman, Kilburn Brothers, Blosser Scenic Art Co., Underwood & Underwood, J. Carbutt, Keystone View Company, Liberty Brand, Edward De Groff, La Roche Photo, E. Dossetter, [B. H.?] Gurnsey, W. E. Hook, A. S. Hood (Hawaii), F. Jay Haynes, Percy Cox, Waite Photo (C. B. Waite), Scott (Mexico), and A. Briquet. Includes scenes of Alaska (Sitka, glaciers, and scenes), a coal mine in British Columbia (Canada), views of the Rocky Mountains and Colorado scenery, Grand Canyon, Donner Lake, Los Angeles, Oakland, Yosemite, and other California views, Cuba, Hawaii, Mexico, Oregon, Washington, and miscellaneous agricultural scenes. Includes a photograph of an 1859 drawing of Bandak [?] Point, Neah Bay, Washington Territory (drawing by James G. Swan).
46 photographic prints (23 are stereographs) ; some albumen ; various sizes 23 digital objects
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