CABINET PHOTO - U.S. SIGNAL STATION ON PIKES PEAK - 5" X
8" CARD C-1870-80 Showing the U.S. Signal Station on Pikes Peak.
I've had the CDV of this same subject matter in the past. Mount has
tear in lower left corner and some minor foxing - interesting ads on
MOUNTED PHOTO - COWBOY CAMP - 4 1/2" X 7" Mount.
Publisher: Gillingham's Rocky Mountain Views, Colorado Springs.
View shows at least 10 cowboys with their horses (mounted and
dismounted) and has a chuck wagon open for business, showing pots,
pans & cooking utensils. Contrast is light, card has smudges and is
dirty but a great shot.
CABINET PHOTO - THREE MEN IN COMEDIC SHOT - C-Late 1800's Showing
three men in a staged view showing four guns between the three of them. Two
of the three are id'd in pencil on reverse as Uncle John Pruett and Theodore
Pruett. Image has some abrasions and mars along edge of the mount.
MOUNTED PHOTO - 1890 - CATALINA PARTY - 5 1/4" X 8 1/2"
Mount. Publisher: Jarvis of Pasadena, Cal. View shows a load of
people, mountains and tents in the back round. Some with
instruments. On the reverse everyone is identified, from what city
and is titled as 'The Catalina Party Aug. 30, 1890. It sure looks like
they are ready for a party. Smudges and some stains on the photo,
worn edges on mount.
MOUNTED PHOTO - SAN MIGUEL CHURCH - SANTA FE, NM -
Approx. 4" X 7" Mount. Publisher: Unknown. View shows what
appears to be a fireman standing in the doorway of San Miguel
Church. The church is the oldest church structure in the continental
US and was built between 1610 & 1626. This 1800's view shows the
near ruins of the church. It has since been rebuilt