Mr. C.P. Huntington's reception : Palace Hotel, San Francisco : albumen print, 1888 May 1.

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Taber, I. W. (Isaiah West), 1830-1912. Mr. C.P. Huntington's reception : Palace Hotel, San Francisco : albumen print, 1888 May 1.

Mr. C.P. Huntington's reception : Palace Hotel, San Francisco : albumen print, 1888 May 1.

Fifty-three male portrait busts with Collis Potter Huntington in the center. Each attendee to the reception is identified by name.

1 photographic print ; image 52.5 x 43.5 cm. on sheet 61 x 47 cm.

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