Photography

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The Screen
Billy Abernathy
American, born 1938
The Screen, 1967
Mother's Day
Billy Abernathy
American, born 1938
Mother's Day, 1962
Locket
Artist unknown
American, 19th century
Locket, 1839/99
"The Bath," a dripping spring in Kanab Cañon. Temperature, 69° Fahr
William H. Bell (American, 1830-1910)
commissioned by George Wheeler for the War Department, Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army
"The Bath," a dripping spring in Kanab Cañon. Temperature, 69° Fahr, 1872
The Cañon of Kanab Creek, near its junction with the Grand Cañon of the Colorado. In the foreground is a dripping spring affording a shower bath. Temperature, 69° Fahr
William H. Bell (American, 1830-1910)
commissioned by George Wheeler for the War Department, Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army
The Cañon of Kanab Creek, near its junction with the Grand Cañon of the Colorado. In the foreground is a dripping spring affording a shower bath. Temperature, 69° Fahr, 1872
Types of Mojave Indians. This tribe inhabits the region of the lower Colorado, or western Arizona.Physically, they are the finest specimens in all the West, many of the males attaining to the height of 6 feet
Timothy O'Sullivan (American, born Ireland, 1840–1882)
commissioned by George Wheeler for the War Department, Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army
Types of Mojave Indians. This tribe inhabits the region of the lower Colorado, or western Arizona.Physically, they are the finest specimens in all the West, many of the males attaining to the height of 6 feet, 1871
Mouth of the Paria, Colorado River; walls 2.100 feet in height
William H. Bell (American, 1830-1910)
commissioned by George Wheeler for the War Department, Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army
Mouth of the Paria, Colorado River; walls 2.100 feet in height, 1872
The northern wall of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado, near the foot of To-ro-weap valley. The rounded rocks of the foreground are sand-stone
William H. Bell (American, 1830–1910)
commissioned by George Wheeler for the War Department, Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army
The northern wall of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado, near the foot of To-ro-weap valley. The rounded rocks of the foreground are sand-stone, 1872
Marble Cañon, one of the gorges of the Colorado here, 1.200 feet deep. The steep cliff is gray limestone and the slope below a brilliant red sandstone.
William H. Bell (American, 1830–1910)
commissioned by George Wheeler for the War Department, Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army
Marble Cañon, one of the gorges of the Colorado here, 1.200 feet deep. The steep cliff is gray limestone and the slope below a brilliant red sandstone., 1872
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