Title:[Grabhorn collection of nineteenth century western photographic views]
Creator/Contributor:Wores, Theodore, 1858-1939
Creator/Contributor:Rosenthal, Toby Edward, approximately 1848-1917
Includes seven Houseworth cabinet card photographs of paintings (three are Theodore Wores paintings of Chinese life, others
are by Toby Rosenthal, Hamon, and Tojetti); a flume called Dry Gulch Shoot; an unidentified large flume trestle; deer (or
similar) in a fenced area; two Utah railroad views (by Crockwell), two Alaskan views of Native Americans with canoe (by Partridge)
and tourists at Muir Glacier (by Ingersoll); view of the fallen redwood tree Andrew Jackson (by Fiske). Lantern slide is of
redwood at Big Trees.
Subject:Chinese -- California -- Photographs
Alaska -- Photographs
Muir Glacier (Alaska) -- Photographs
Title supplied by cataloger.
Various photographers, including Thomas Houseworth (Calif.); James H. Crockwell, (Utah); Partridge (Or.); T.W. Ingersoll (Minn.);
George Fiske (Calif.).
Also includes 1 lantern slide, shelved in LAN.
Majority of images are on card mounts.
Grabhorn collection of nineteenth century western photographic views, BANC PIC 1970.057, The Bancroft Library, University
of California, Berkeley.
The Grabhorn collection of nineteenth century photographic portraits and calling cards has been cataloged separately (BANC
Gift of Mrs. Edwin Grabhorn. Apparently collected by the Grabhorns from various sources.
15 photographs in 2 folders : images 15 x 25 cm or smaller
BANC PIC 1970.057--PIC
BANC PIC 1970.057--LAN
BANC PIC 1970.057