Devil's Gate (1899) Devil's Slide (1899) Dewey Arch, New York City (1899) Dewey Arch, The (1899) Dewey Arch: Troops Passing Under Arch (1899) Dewey Land Parade (1899). National Register of Historical Places. Devil's Gate--Weber Hydroelectric Power Plant Historic District. 1925-1949, 1900-1924, 1875-1899, 1850-1874 Owner. The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Strand Magazine. Tuttleman Family Collection of. Tuttleman Family Collection of Nineteenth-Century.
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New York and worked as a painter and a teacher before moving to. New York City in 1.
During the civil war he served as a military railroad photographer for. Union Army. After the war he returned to New York City but in 1. Union Pacific Railroad to photograph. Between 1. 86. 8 and 1.
In 1. 87. 0 Russell returned to New York City where he spent the rest of his career working as an artist and. Leslie's Illustrated. William Henry Jackson began his photographic career in Omaha, Nebraska in 1.
After briefly working for another photographer, he and his. Jackson first made a name for himself when he and his assistant Arundel Hull traveled along the newly. Union Pacific Railroad photographing the line, the railroad towns, and scenic wonders in 1.
Between 1. 87. 0 and. Hayden Survey. He was the first photographer to reach Yellowstone National Park and.
In 1. 87. 9 Jackson opened a studio in Denver. Colorado and in 1. Denver & Rio Grande Railroad. In 1. 89. 2 he incorporated the W.
H. Jackson Photography &. Publishing company and traveled throughout the world as a photographer.
In 1. 89. 7 he moved to Detroit where the Detroit Publishing. Company used his images as postcards. In 1. 92. 4 the company went bankrupt and Jackson moved to Washington D. C. Carter grew up in England and after converting to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints, emigrated to the United States. Carter and. his wife Sarah reached Salt Lake City in 1.
England. Carter initially worked for. C. R. Savage before starting his own studio in 1. Over the years Carter partnered with a number of photographers including J.
B. Silvis. C. W. Symons and Mikkael Faldmo. In 1. 90. 6 he sold his collection of negatives to the Salt Lake City Bureau of Information for $4. Watkins moved to Sacramento California in 1. Oneonta, New York. He worked as a clerk and as a.
Robert Vance as a portrait daguerreotypist. He soon moved to outdoor photography and he took a variety of. San Francisco Bay area between 1. The images that would make him famous, however, were taken in 1. Yosemite region. These photographs won praise throughout the United States and even in Europe. Although Watkins is best.
Yosemite images, he traveled throughout the West Coast and in other western states in the 1. Watkins. was, however, a poor businessman and he suffered a series of setbacks financially and personally and at one point he and his family were.
He was fortunate though to have the support of Collis Huntington, Josiah D. Whitney and others who supported him. Jack Hillers career as a photographer began in 1. John Wesley Powell hired him as a boatman for Powell's second expedition down the. Colorado River. Hillers became interested in photography and worked as the assistant to E. O. Beaman, Clem Powell, and James Fennemore.
None. of these men, however, were completely satisfactory and Hillers became Powell's lead photographer in 1. Hillers faithfully worked for. Powell as part of the United States Geological Survey throughout the 1. Washington D. C. He is best. Colorado Plateau and Southwest Indians. Eadweard Muybridge grew up in England and emigrated to the United States in 1. Eventually he made his way to San Francisco and worked as.
Muybridge gradually become interested in photography and in the late 1. His most famous images are of the Yosemite Valley. San Francisco, and the 1.
Modoc Indian War. In the 1. 87. 0s he increasinly dabbled in motion- picture studies. He would eventually move to. Philadelphia to continue his ground- breaking studies of locomotion. Consists of forty- seven original stereo- views (two identical images printed side by side that appear three- dimensional when placed in a.
Union Pacific or Central Pacific Railroads in Nebraska, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, and. California as well as a few general views in Utah (especially Salt Lake City), Oregon, Idaho, Colorado, and Arizona. Also included are several. Native American portraits and views of Yellowstone National Park. Many photographers are represented in this collection including Andrew Joseph. A. J.) Russell, William Henry Jackson, Charles William (C. W.) Carter, Carleton Watkins, John K.
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