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Reproductions of photographs of the building of the Transcontinental Railroad, 1869, and of some individuals who were involved with it. Includes the classic photograph taken at the site of the driving of the Golden Spike, accredited to photographer Charles R. Savage, but actually taken by photographer, Andrew J. Russell.
This collection consists of original stereo-views (two identical images printed side by side that appear three-dimensional when placed in a stereoscopic viewer) that were taken of sights along the Union Pacific Railroad as well as general views of Ogden, Utah. Many photographers are included in this collection such as A.J. Russell, Charles Bierstadt, William Henry Jackson, C. W. Carter, and Charles Russell Savage.
E &H.T. Anthony and Co.
E. & H. T. Anthony &...
1880 - 1900