Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Candid and posed views of an unidentified family in Silverton, San Juan County Colorado. Images of friends, family members (men, women, children), houses, interiors, and the town of Silverton as well as snapshots of trips, picnics, and hikes to other rural Colorado towns, Denver, and Golden.
Portraits of men, women, and children.
Studio portraits of unidentified members of the Bob Junk family. Images of men, women, and children. A view of the beach and Cliff House in San Francisco, California.
Views of Cripple Creek (Teller County), Victor (Teller County), Altman (Teller County), Goldfield (Teller County) and Eclipse (later Elkton, Teller County), Colorado. Images of mines, mills, railroad trains, an interurban railroad train, and the great Victor fire of 1899.
Studio portraits of men, women, and children. Images of some unidentified priests.
77 b/w photographic prints mounted on 31 mat boards. 1 album of 42 photographic collodion process photographic prints. 27 x 35 cm.. some photographs fading, mat boards warped. Images of pipeline construction dated 1896. Album title: Cochiti electric power transmission plant, Fred Wilson Hart, engineer.
Photobox containing 9 loose b/w photographic prints, 1 album containing 17 mounted b/w photographic prints and 7 loose b/w prints. Some prints are silvering and discolored.
Studio portraits and one snapshot of unidentified men, policemen, a young woman and John C. McNeill, a detective with the Denver Police Department.
Views of Kemps Falls as the water cascades around large rocks in Boulder County, Colorado. The falls were named for photographer Donald C. Kemp's father, John H. Kemp, who staked a claim on the Happy Valley Placer.
Collection of b/w photographs taken on a tour of Colorado (64 images) and back East (28 images) assembled in a contemporary photograph album. The signature of William C. Longstreth, the presumed owner (dated 1901), is on the first leaf.
Studio portraits of unidentified women and children. Images of the aftermath of a snowstorm in Denver, Colorado. Miscellaneous snapshots of Boulder and Tolland.
5 b/w photographic prints on card mounts, 1 b/w unmounted photographic print, and 1 b/w photomechanical print. Matte and glossy collodion printing-out paper prints. Inked identification reproduced in some photographic prints. Some photographic prints are stained. Album cover is leather with hand tooled poppies and reads: "Mexico".
Views of hydraulic mining in (probably) the Bohannon Creek Placer District (Bohannon Bar) Eldorado District, (Geertson District) Lemhi County, Idaho. Includes images of miners, men, sluices, penstocks, hydraulic monitor nozzles, mine buildings, unidentified towns and streams. Identification includes "Bohannon Creek." Image of a man with a primitive smelter or liquor still has been digitized and is linked above.
Views of Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Tetons (now Grand Teton National Park) in Wyoming. Images of the Upper and Lower Falls of the Yellowstone, geysers, the Yellowstone River, and lakes. Some views of ships, a port, a stagecoach, and coastline.
Early views of Lawton, Oklahoma. Images show the growth of the town from tents to buildings in 1901, Comanche and Apache Indians, scenery, and the arrival and departure of the first train.
The two albums contain views of National Forests, rangers' stations, fire towers, and early forest rangers at their jobs, personal snapshots of people and journeys around the U.S.; most images are from Colorado and Wyoming.
Views of Manila and the Philippines during the Spanish American War. Some images of Company I, 1st Colorado Infantry. Two photographs of children with a bicycle, probably Colorado. A photo of ice skaters on a mountain lake possibly near Evergreen, Colo., one of the men is Benjamin F. Stapleton (1920s). A portrait of a girl: Lois Jane Stapleton, daughter of Benjamin F. Stapleton (April 19, 1937).
Portraits and views of the Walsen family and Walsenburg (Huerfano County), Colorado. Includes a few newspaper clippings.