Charles L. Camp collection of stereographs [picture]. ca. 1867-ca. 1895?


Charles L. Camp collection of stereographs [picture]. ca. 1867-ca. 1895?

The following subjects are represented: scenery (nature, mountains, hot springs, rivers, falls,); mining, railroad-related views (trains, tracks, etc.); a few Calif. Indian images; city views; camping; the 1868 and 1906 San Francisco earthquake; and others. California locations include: San Francisco, Berkeley, Yosemite, Stockton, Los Angeles, Pasadena, Santa Barbara; as well as Sonoma, Lake and Napa Counties. Also included are views of Yellowstone National Park (Colo.); Salt Lake City and scenery from Utah; Wyoming; Sitka (Alaska); and others.

181 photographic prints : stereograph, albumen and b&w ; 9 x 18 cm. and 10 x 18 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 7532174

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