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DNO-0045_The photographer.jpg
Cropped version of a stereo-view taken near Green River, Wyoming. Man in the image in probably A.J. Russell with his large-format camera. Image probably taken by an assistant for the photographer A.J. Russell.
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Lithograph sold by Frances Palmer depicting an allegorical scene of Western American expansion.
DNO-0046_Photographer by a river.jpg
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.
DNO-0047_Photography cart.jpg
A cropped view of a A.J. Russell stereo-view showing s developing box on his darkroom wagon taken during the construction of the transcontinental railroad.
DNO-0052_Photography and Exploration.jpg
Lithographic view of a collodion wet-glass plate photographer and a young boy with equipment and a dark room tent. Image found in the book A History and handbook of Photography.
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Large-format view of Lake Blanche in the Wasatch Mountains. Photograph taken by Salt Lake City Mormon photographer C.R. Savage.
DNO-0047_East and West shaking hands.jpg
Large-format view, often called "The Champagne Photograph" of the Central and Union Pacific engines coming together at Promontory Summit at the Golden Spike Ceremony on May 10, 1869. Photograph taken by A.J. Russell. Original caption is, "East and…
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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."
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Stereo-view of Union Pacific laborers on a railroad hand cart outside of West end of Tunnel #4. Image taken by photographer William Henry Jackson before he joined the Hayden Survey photographer and during the construction of the transcontinental…
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Albertype of Red Rock Pass in northern Cache Valley taken by William Henry Jackson while he was the Hayden Survey photographer. Original caption is "Plate III, Red Rock Pass."
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Stereo-view of a Mormon wagon train in Echo Canyon. Taken by Utah photographer C.W. Carter before the railroad was built. Original caption is, "Mormon Emigrant Train: Echo Canyon."
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Stereo-view of Union Pacific Railroad workers fixing the railroad tracks. Taken by Salt Lake City Mormon photographer C.R. Savage in Weber Canyon near Devil's Gate Station. Original caption is, "View near Devil's Gate Station."
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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."
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Stereo-view of Union Pacific Railroad workers digging out a train engine stuck in a snow drift. Taken by Salt Lake City Mormon photographer C.R. Savage. Original caption is, "Digging out a Train from a Snow Drift."
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Cabinet card image of an unidentified Shoshoni woman standing with a baby in a baby cradle strapped to her back. Image taken in the Baker and Johnston studio in Evanston, Wyoming in the 1880s. Original caption is, "Shoshone Squaw carrying pappose."
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Cabinet card portrait of Shoshone Chief Washakie with six other Shoshone chiefs. Image taken by the Baker and Johnston studio in Evanston, Wyoming in the 1880s. Original caption is "Chief Washakie with Shoshone Chiefs."
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Cabinet card portrait of unidentified Araphoe man wearing a belt with shell casings. Image taken by the Baker and Johnston studio in Evanston, Wyoming in the 1880s. Original caption is "Arapahoe."
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Stereoview of a Union Pacific engine and train with workmen taken near Green River, Wyoming. Taken by Salt Lake City Mormon photographer C.R. Savage. Original caption is "Rock Cut Green River."
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Stereoview of Shoshone Chief Sagwitch and his wife Beawoachee, taken by Salt Lake City Mormon photographer C.R. Savage. Original caption is "Utah. Se-go-witts and his Bride, Ute Chief."
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