Found in 74 Collections and/or Records:
Views of Yellowstone National Park, Washington State, Oregon, Canada and a steamship trip through the Inland Passage to Alaska.
Portrait photographs of men, women, and children.
Portraits of men, women, and children.
Images of unidentified men, women and children, possibly the Clawson family.
Leather bound albums contain studio portraits of men, women, and children.
Collection contains Hoyle family letters and photos, some Berthoud family material. Correspondence of his father S.Z. Hoyle and uncle Francis E. (Frank) Everett (banker in Golden, Colo.) concern Colo. mining ventures at Lawson and Fairplay, and in Boulder County at Caribou and Salina. Photographs include: view of Orient Mine near Lawson, Colo., town of Lawson (Clear Creek County), Colo., studio portraits of Clara B. Everett and S.Z. Hoyle.
Views of Denver, Boulder and Pikes Peak, Colorado.
Views of Colorado, Denver, unidentified scenery, the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, mining, and scenery possibly in Sweden.
Portraits, tintypes, and snapshots of the Bickel and Hallock families, many images from Colorado.
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.
Album contains 49 albumen prints by Charles W.J. Johnson, Charles R. Savage, William Henry Jackson and one or more unknown photographers showing California, Utah, and Colorado.
Ten b/w and one hand-colored photographic prints on card mounts. One b/w cabinet card.
Studio portraits of the Clark and Wigginton families, possibly of Denver, Colorado.
Views of the Richard Wetherill ranch, Mancos Canyon, and Mesa Verde, Colorado. Images of Ute summer tipis, cliff dwellings, and probably Richard Wetherill.
Photographs of buildings in Denver, Colorado, including Union Depot (train station), Court House, Tabor Grand Opera House, Albany Hotel, Lothrop Hotel at 18th (Eighteenth) and Lawrence Streets, La Veta Block, St. John's Episcopal Cathedral, Tabor Building, Lawrence Street north from 15th (Fifteenth) Street, City Hall, Denver from the Court House, and the Windsor Hotel on Larimer Street.
Studio portraits of men, women and children from Gillett, Midland, and Cripple Creek, Colorado. Group portraits of families, a jury, and men on horseback and children on burros. Views of a cabin and a man in a carriage.
Studio portraits of men, women, and children. Images of some unidentified priests.
Views of Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska and Utah. Images of the Union Pacific Company railroad line. Charcoal sketches of unidentified people.
Group and individual portraits from the Gilley and Houck families, some identified.
Views along the route of the Colorado Midland Railway from Colorado Springs to Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Shows railroad track, tunnels, bridges, trestles, and trains. Views of lakes, valleys, rock formations, mountains, and Buena Vista, Leadville, and Aspen.
The albums include views of the White River Forest Reserve (White River National Forest) and Battlement Mesa Forest Reserve (Grand Mesa National Forest); they show the aftermath of forest fires, overgrazed meadows, scenic views of mountains, mesas, canyons, forests, lakes, streams, rivers, and timber reserves. Images of cabins, lumber mills, mines, railroad ties, ranches, and some views of Leadville (Lake County), Colorado.