Geological Survey of the Territories (U.S.) (1862-1872) (Hayden Survey) Search this
Geological Survey of the Territories (U.S.) (1862-1872) (Hayden Survey) -- Pictorial works Search this
1 Album (30 photographic prints, all ill., 36 cm.)
West (U.S.) -- history -- 1860-1890 -- Pictorial works
West (U.S.) -- Discovery and exploration -- Pictorial works
Rocky Mountains -- Pictorial works
Includes photographs from the Wasatch Mountains sub-series (Ogden; Cache Valley; Bear River; Gooseberry Creek; Red Rock Pass); and also photographs of Fort Hall, Idaho; Snake River; Pleasant Valley; Portneuf Canyon, Idaho; Red Rock Mountains; hydraulic gold mining at Alder Gulch, near Virginia City, Montana; the camp at Fort Ellis, Montana; Shadow [i.e. Mystic] Lake; and the headwaters of the Gallatin.
Title devised by cataloger.
Album of photographs (positives) by William Henry Jackson.
Each photograph is mounted on ivory cardstock, with single gilt rule border around print, with gilt-lettered captions ("W.H. Jackson, photo.", "Washington, D.C.", and frequently the place name).
Most of the photographs have a catalog number that was apparently scratched into the negative.
Most of the cardstock mounts have handwritten pencil notes giving the U.S. Geological Survey accession number, the year 1871, and, in some cases, more details about the location.
Image sizes vary, and are mostly 13 x 22 cm. or 17.5 x 22.5 cm.
SCNHRB copy 39088016537961 has photographs numbered (on image): 165, 167-181, 183-186, 188-191, 194-199.
SCNHRB copy has a black buckram library binding with gilt-lettered spine. With binder's label for Heckman Bindery.