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Collection — Box: P004
Identifier: PC -020
Scope and Contents Consists of 51 cabinet photographs of Pasadena, California and other Southern California cities, including Long Beach and Los Angeles. The photographs document many of the houses, churches, hotels, schools, and businesses in Pasadena between the years 1881-1888. Some photographs show the Long Beach Hotel, Mission San Gabriel, and two bird's eye views of Los Angeles.
Identifier: MSP 1441
Collection — Box: 01
Identifier: MSP -2230
Content Description Contains 49 photographic prints, including tintypes, cartes de visite photographs, and cabinet cards, taken of the del Valle family and associates between 1880 and 1915. Includes photographs of Reginaldo del Valle with his wife, Helen, and daughter, Lucretia and images of Reginaldo del Valle with business associates and at his desk in the offices of Del Valle, Finlayson and Metclaf. Includes three group portraits of the del Valle family and associates taken on the del Valle family ranch, Rancho...
Overview Carleton E. Watkins was a 19th century photographer based in San Francisco who made his name documenting the rapid growth of the American West, and whose name is frequently associated with the birth of the photographic medium – particularly with early landscape photography. This collection contains albumen prints taken throughout his career, between the years of 1856 and 1885. The bulk of photographs taken depict the Yosemite Valley and Mariposa Grove, and were taken at various points between...
- Subject: Cabinet photographs X