Set of Three American WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON Tinted Sepia Photographs, American West Scenes
Set of Three American WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON Tinted Sepia Photographs, American West Scenes Set of Three American WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON Tinted Sepia Photographs, American West Scenes Set of Three American WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON Tinted Sepia Photographs, American West Scenes Set of Three American WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON Tinted Sepia Photographs, American West Scenes Set of Three American WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON Tinted Sepia Photographs, American West Scenes Set of Three American WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON Tinted Sepia Photographs, American West Scenes Set of Three American WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON Tinted Sepia Photographs, American West Scenes Set of Three American WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON Tinted Sepia Photographs, American West Scenes
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Set of Three American WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON Tinted Sepia Photographs, American West Scenes

DETAILS
A collection of three antique old American West black and white photo by William Henry Jackson. Two feature Native American exterior scenes of figures around tents (teepees). The center photo features an old Victorian city scape with the Colorado State Capital Building in the distance. Matted in round reserves and framed together. Includes:
(1) Fort Stambaugh, Wyoming near Sweetwater River, Shoshoni Chief Washakie's camp. Published also as a stereograph.
(1) Panoramic of Denver, Colorado
(1) Ute Indian Teepees. Published also as a stereograph.
MAKER
William Henry Jackson (American, 1843-1942)
PROVENANCE
Former collection of Fred A. Rosenstock (Austrian-American, 1895-1986). Rosenstock was a leading rare book seller and gallery owner in Denver, Colorado specializing in western history.  
DATE
Circa 1870
DIMENSIONS
Width 19 Height 12 inches
(3) Width 3 Height 3 inches
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