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Yosemite Valley (Calif.) -- Pictorial works

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:

Ansel Adams photograph collection

 Collection
Identifier: PC-RM-Adams
Overview Contains 26 black and white photographic prints taken by Ansel Easton Adams. Date of creation of photographs is unknown, although notations on back of some photographs indicate they were taken prior to 1936. Photographs include nature and landscape scenes; portraits; and city scenes of San Francisco. There are two sets of photographs showing murals by Diego Rivera and Gottardo Piazzoni. Also includes two photographs Adams took for the American Trust Company.

California stereoviews,

 Collection
Identifier: PC-RM-Stereos: Box 06

Hazeltine, M.M. (Martin Mason), 1865-1875

 Series — Box 1
Scope and Contents Primarily landscapes of the Sierra Nevada. Several images of mines, sluices, and hydraulic mining. Landscapes of Oregon, two views of San Francisco, and one of Comptche, Mendocino County. There is one stereo each of members of the Piute (i.e., Paiute), Pit River (i.e., Achomawi), and Yosemite (i.e., Miwok) Indian tribes.

Keystone View Company, 1896-1906

 Series — Box 1
Scope and Contents This stereograph collection is comprised of 513 stereographs that date from approximately 1846-1940. There are stereoviews from 24 different publishers and photographers, made up of donations from a many different donors, many unknown. Additionally, there are 21 images with no identifying information at the end of the finding aid. Stereograph publishers often bought other photographers’ negatives, and there was much sharing and republishing of the work of certain photographers, sometimes making...

Kilburn Brothers, 1865-1877

 Series — Box 2
Scope and Contents This stereograph collection is comprised of 513 stereographs that date from approximately 1846-1940. There are stereoviews from 24 different publishers and photographers, made up of donations from a many different donors, many unknown. Additionally, there are 21 images with no identifying information at the end of the finding aid. Stereograph publishers often bought other photographers’ negatives, and there was much sharing and republishing of the work of certain photographers, sometimes making...

Lawrence and Houseworth photograph collection

 Collection — Box P011
Identifier: PC-RM-Lawrence-Houseworth
Overview Lawrence and Houseworth were one of the main publishers of stereoviews on the West coast around the 1860s. They sold views primarily of California and Nevada, and the majority of their photographs are of nature scenes, and the wonders of California's redwoods, geysers, lakes and mountains. The collection contains commercial formats - stereographs and cartes de visites. They were taken by photographer Charles Leander Weed and published by Lawrence and Houseworth, who did a brisk business selling...

Stereographs of Yosemite Valley,

 Collection
Identifier: PC-RM-Stereos: Box 03_Myosem

No. 1219: Placer Mining by Chinese Workers.

 Item
Scope and Contents This stereograph collection is comprised of 513 stereographs that date from approximately 1846-1940. There are stereoviews from 24 different publishers and photographers, made up of donations from a many different donors, many unknown. Additionally, there are 21 images with no identifying information at the end of the finding aid. Stereograph publishers often bought other photographers’ negatives, and there was much sharing and republishing of the work of certain photographers, sometimes making...

Reilly, J.J. (John James), 1875-1884

 Series — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Mostly images of Yosemite and San Francisco. There are also views of the Farallone Islands (i.e., Farallon Islands), Mono Lake, Devil's Tea Kettle at Geyser Springs, and various images of the Central Pacific Railroad. Includes one photo of Wasatch Mountains in Ogden, Utah.

Soule, John P. , 1870-1873

 Series — Box 3
Scope and Contents Primarily landscape views of Yosemite and Mendocino County. There are several images of Calaveras Big Trees and logging, including one photo taken in Fresno County. There is one photo of the Hotel and Post Office at Fisherman's Bay in Sonoma County and one Russian Hill view of Telegraph Hill and Washington Square in San Francisco. One photo of indigenous people of California from an unidentified tribe pictured with their homes in Mendocino County. One photo of "skeleton leaves" - a decorative...