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Princeton University. Library. Special Collections
Consists of 13 mounted albumen card photographs from Oregon photographer D. C. Herrin's "Columbia River Scenery" series that depict various scenes along the river, including views of waterfalls; sites such as The Dalles, the Columbia River Gorge, and Mount Hood; and steamships. Herrin took the photographs via The Dalles, Portland, Astoria Navigation Company (DP) steamers and via the Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company (OR) line.
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Princeton University. Library. Special Collections
Consists of an assembled collection of photographs by Yellowstone National Park and Northern Pacific Railway photographer F. Jay Haynes (1853-1921), mostly from the late 1870s and 1880s, including albums of albumen prints of various Yellowstone National Park sites and scenes along the Columbia River in Oregon, as well as stereograph views of Yellowstone National Park, wheat farmers in the Dakota Territory, and locations along the route of the Northern Pacific Railway.
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Princeton University. Library. Special Collections
This collection consists of five cabinet card Albumen photographs and one photograph album. The cabinet cards depict depict Pikes Peak in Colorado and the surrounding environs. The photograph album consists of 115 images of Colorado primarily, with some images of New Mexico, that depict various scenes of frontier towns, railroads, and natural landscapes. Most, if not all, of the photographs can be attributed to the American photographer William Henry Jackson (1843-1942), known for his iconic Indian portraits and landscape photographs of the American West.
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Ribble, Virginia A., 1852-1929
Consists of a cabinet card photograph taken by Virginia A. Ribble, a professional photographer based in Lampasas, Texas, in the late 19th century. According to an inscription on the back of the photograph, the subject of the portrait is a young girl named Willa Fellbaum, though it could be the photographer Bess Fellbaum (1877-1943) rather than her mother Willa. The image is faded, though the subject's face can still be seen clearly.