Grand Canyon Stereograph Card Collection

Accession Number: SC U:57
Location: RB-M Photo
Dates: 1897-1908
Size: 1 small slipcase box; 0.20 cubic feet
Creator/Collector: Unknown
Acquisition info: Unknown
Accruals: No accruals expected
Custodial history: Unknown
Language: English
Processed by: Amanda Bahr-Evola, February 2012
Conservation notes: No notes
Scope and Content: The collection contains stereograph cards of the Grand Canyon. Published by Underwood & Underwood.
Arrangement: Kept in original order
Restrictions: No restrictions
Remarks: No remarks

Grand Canyon Stereograph Card Collection
1897-1908
1 small slipcase; 0.20 cubic feet

Box/Folder Description
1/- Finding aid
1/1 Frederick Samuel Dellenbaugh and Underwood & Underwood. The Grand Canon of Arizona through the Stereoscope: the Underwood Patent Map System Combined with Eighteen Original Stereoscopic Photographs. New York: Underwood & Underwood, 1908.
1/2 A wonder to the primitive inhabitants—Santa Fe train crossing Canon Diablo. Copyright 1903
1/3 From Red to San Francisco Mountains—a woody wilderness in sun-kissed Arizona. Copyright 1903
1/4 Blown asunder by volcanic energies—Red Mountain, an extinct volcano. Copyright 1903
1/5 Labyrinthine ways through the lava ash formations, Red Mountain Crater. Copyright 1903
1/6 "The sinuous Colorado, yellow as the Tiber." Copyright [n.d.]
1/7 Among the buttes, Red Canon Trail. Copyright 1903
1/8 Fathoming the Depth of a vanished sea Grand Canon, from Hance’s Cove. Copyright 1903
1/9 Descending Grand View Trail. Copyright 1903
1/10 Dendritic stalagmites in a limestone cave. Copyright 1897
1/11 Angel’s Gateway and Newberry Terrace from Cottonwood Spring. Copyright 1903
1/12 Beside the Colorado—looking up to Zoroaster Tower from Pipe Creek. Copyright 1903
1/13 Down the Granite gorge of the Colorado (1200 feet deep) from Pyrites Point. Copyright 1903
1/14 Prospecting for gold, Indian Gardens. Copyright [n.d.]
1/15 Rounding Cape Horn on the Bright Angel Trail. Copyright 1903
1/16 Thos. Moran, America’s greatest scenic artist, sketching at Bright Angel Cove. Copyright 1903
1/17 "Over all broods a solemn silence"—sunset at O’Neill’s Point. Copyright 1903
1/18 Overlooking nature’s greatest amphitheater—from Rowe’s Point, N.W. Copyright 1903
1/19 On the brink, one mile above the river, W. from Rowe’s Point. Copyright 1903
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