Stereo-view of Union Pacific workmen building the permanent railroad bridge at Green River Wyoming. Image taken by photographer A.J. Russell during the construction of the transcontinental railroad. Original caption is "Construction Permanent…
Stereo-view of a man, four women, and numerous children outside of a small cabin. Image taken by photographer A.J.Russell. Russell described this scene as representing Mormon polygamy. Original caption is, "Mormon Family"
Stereo-view of Union Pacific railroad workers in Echo Canyon at Tunnel No. 3 during the construction of the transcontinental railroad. Image taken by photographer A.J. Russell.
Stereo-view of Mormon workers on a cut in Weber Canyon during the construction of the transcontinental railroad. Image taken by photographer A.J. Russell.
Stereo-view of a man (probably A.J. Russell) standing next to a stereo-view camera at Echo, Utah during the construction of the transcontinental railroad. Image probably taken by an assistant for the photographer A.J. Russell.
Originally a stereoview photograph by A.J. Russell, number 91. Title: "Photographing Under Difficulties." This photograph depicts the Clarence King surveying party in the Uintah mountains, climbing a steep cliff with all of their equipment for the…
A cropped view of an A.J. Russell stereo-view showing his developing box on his darkroom wagon taken during the construction of the transcontinental railroad.
Large-format print entitled "East and West Shaking Hands." The photograph features the two trains of the Union and Central Pacific lines meeting at Promontory Point with executives and crew members from both lines.
Large-format photograph of man sitting underneath an overhanging rock ledge near Echo, Utah. From the book, Sun Pictures of Rocky Mountain Scenery. Photograph taken by A.J. Russell. Original caption is, "Hanging Rock - Echo City, Utah."
Stereo-view of Shoshone men standing in front of tipis. According to A.J. Russell, he took this photo near Echo, Utah in June 1869. Original caption is, "Snake Chiefs."