Landscapes -- Colorado -- Photographs
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Collection includes 11 photographs of Utah and Colorado landscapes and towns. All are photographs mounted on card and most are albumen prints. The photographers of these are either John H. Campe or William Henry Jackson, with the creator of each photograph clearly noted on the card. Dated approximately 1870-1940.
Collection includes 390 photographs and four postcards of early Colorado, taken by Louis Charles McClure and Harry L. Standley between the 1880s and the 1930s.
Collection includes 138 photographs, 43 postcards, one tintype, and a newspaper with images of Western landscapes and public figures, with a particular focus on Colorado. Original images were taken between the 1840s and the 1920s.
Collection contains twenty-seven black and white photographs of Western landscapes. The first seven are of Dinosaur Hill, a paleontological dig site located near Fruita, Colorado, just north of the Colorado National Monument. Other pictures include scenes of the Green River, petrified trees, and other desert landscapes. Many of the photographs are not labeled.
Collection includes photographs and negatives of the Walker family and farm, as well as the Utah State Hospital, mining operations, the Utah Fuel Company, and landscapes in Wyoming and Colorado. Dated approximately 1930-1959.
Collection includes 33 photographs of animals and scenery in Colorado, and images of A.G. Wallihan's wife, Augusta Wallihan. Photographs are all mounted on cards. Dated approximately 1890-1900.