1860s MUYBRIDGE STEREOVIEW "DEVIL'S SLIDE" UTAH CANYON on UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD For Sale
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1860s MUYBRIDGE STEREOVIEW "DEVIL'S SLIDE" UTAH CANYON on UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD:
c.1867 MUYBRIDGE STEREOVIEW of DEVIL'S SLIDE along the UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD LINE (U.P.R.R.)
Caption: 815. - Devil's Slide (parallel vertical strata of hard rock), from the R.R. looking south (Upper Weber Canyon, Utah).
Please seecloseup cropped scans provided for additional detail.
Photographer & Publisher: Eadweard J. Muybridge.
Provenance: Imagederives from theMarilyn Blaisdell Collection ofhistorical California memorabilia.
Card Mount (Yellow/Orange): 3 3/8" x 6 7/8".
Condition: Excellent condition except for some light edge wear. Handwritten "GK 12/4/67 HF" along bottom right corner on rear of card (see scan).
Please see the closeup cropped scan for best detail including a scan showing rearof the card.
Albumen silver photograph prints.The images shown represents only a low resolution scan.
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