OUT37.
Whitney’s Gallery, Saint Paul, Minn. The Dalles of the St. Croix. Pencilled on back is “The landing below the bridge is used for a boat camp (?). The little village you can see is called Layton’s Falls in Minnesota. The bridge connects Wisconsin & Minnesota.” VG. $85


OUT40.
G.W. Wilson, Aberdeen. Abbotsford-The River Front. VG. $20

     
OUT52.
Wm. Oldroyd, Columbus, Ohio. CDV of the Capitol. VG. $125

     
OUT53.
Wm. Oldroyd, Columbus, Ohio. CDV of the Idiot Asylum. VG. $75

     
OUT54.
Wm. Oldroyd, Columbus, Ohio. CDV of the Lunatic Asylum. VG. $75

     
OUT59.
Martin’s Photographic Gallery, St. Paul, Minn. The “Maiden Rock” on Lake Pepin 400 feet high. Lake Pepin is the widest natural part of the Mississippi River between Wisconsin and Minnesota. CDV. VG. $75

  
OUT64.
Whitney’s Gallery, Saint Paul. Minne-Ha-Ha, Early Winter. CDV. VG. $75

     
OUT68.
From Upton’s Collection of Photographic Views. Pulpit Rock, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin. CDV. G. $50


OUT70.
J.A. 2903. Les Celebres Statues de Memnon (Thebes). The Colossi of Memnon, Egypt. These are 2 statues of Pharoah Amenhotep III from circa 1350 BC, located near Luxor. CDV. VG. $45


OUT72.
No ID. CDV of what I believe is Fort Snelling, Minnesota. VG. $125


OUT74.
Horton, Boston. CDV of the Boston State House. G. $35


OUT75.
E&HT Anthony. This CDV came from an album belonging to a surgeon at Fort Schuyler. Image shows a church, several people in front, one reclining. VG. $65


OUT85. Purviance’s Views. Penn’a Central Rail Road. Conestoga Bridge. CDV. G. $125


OUT86.
Purviance’s Views. Penn’a Central Rail Road. Rock Cut, near Huntingdon. CDV. VG. $75


OUT87.
Purviance’s Views. Penn’a Central Rail Road. View in Jack’s Narrows. CDV. G. $75


OUT88.
Purviance’s Views. Penn’a Central Rail Road. View on the Conemaugh. CDV. G. $50


OUT89.
Purviance’s Views. Penn’a Central Rail Road. View in the Pack Saddle. CDV. G. $50


OUT92.
Carl Meinerth, Newburyport, Mass. CDV of street scene in Newburyport showing Meinerth’s studio on the right. The address “57” can be seen as well as a sign “Photographs & Ambr…” G. $235


OUT93.
J.F. Jarvis, Washington, D.C. CDV of the Smithsonian. G. $40


OUT94.
J.F. Jarvis, Washington, D.C. CDV of an interesting angle on the Smithsonian. VG. $60


OUT96.
J.F. Jarvis, Washington, D.C. CDV of a view from the Capitol down towards the White House. VG. $60


OUT98.
J.F. Jarvis, Washington, D.C. CDV of the Patent Office. VG. $35


OUT100.
J.F. Jarvis, Washington, D.C. CDV of the Treasury Dept. VG. $40


OUT101.
J.F. Jarvis, Washington, D.C. CDV of the Statue of Civilization. VG. $30


OUT102.
J.F. Jarvis, Washington, D.C. CDV of a side view of the White House. VG. $65


OUT107.
J.G. Baird, Burlington, Iowa. Signs for “National State Bank,” “Burlington Ins. Co.,” “Wm. A. Torrey.” 3-cent green cancelled tax stamp on verso. CDV. VG. $150


OUT113.
No ID. CDV of six people out in a ride in their carriage drawn by two horses. VG. $40


OUT117.
[Carleton Watkins]. On verso “Little River, Mendocino by Watkins.” CDV. VG. $500


OUT118.
[Carleton Watkins]. On verso “Little River, Mendocino by Watkins.” CDV. VG. $500


OUT124.
Lawrence & Houseworth, San Francisco, Cal. CDV titled 138. Post Office and Custom House, Sansome Street. 2-cent, orange cancelled revenue stamp on verso. Corners clipped. VG. $185


OUT125.
Wiggins & Barnes, Winona, Minn. Unidentified scene, man stands at curve of RR track through rock cut. CDV. VG. $65

California Stage, Leaving Virginia City, Nevada California Stage, Leaving Virginia City, Nevada
OUT131. Lawrence & Houseworth, San Francisco. Album Views of Nevada. 712. California Co’s Stages leaving International Hotel, Virginia City, for California, via Donner Lake. CDV. VG. $2500

Sacramento City, K Street West Sacramento City, K Street West
OUT135. Lawrence & Houseworth, San Francisco. Views of California Scenery. 1066. Sacramento City; K Street, looking West from the Masonic Hall. CDV. VG. $600

Stockton California, Episcopal and Baptist Churhes Stockton California, Episcopal and Baptist Churhes
OUT136. Lawrence & Houseworth, San Francisco. Album Views of California. 1047. Episcopal and Baptist Churches, Stockton, San Joaquin County. 2-cent cancelled tax stamp on verso. CDV. VG. $450

Crystal Lake from Hieroglyphic Rocks, Placer County Crystal Lake from Hieroglyphic Rocks, Placer County
OUT137. Lawrence & Houseworth, San Francisco. Views of California Scenery. 822. Crystal Lake, from Hieroglyphic Rocks, Placer County. CDV. VG. $500

Guadaloupe California Man with Horse Traveling Photographers Guadaloupe California Man with Horse Traveling Photographers
OUT138. Boysen & Struckmann, Traveling Photographers. On back is written “Taken Oct. 4th, 1879, Guadaloupe, Cal.” CDV. G. $200

Montgomery Street, San Francisco Montgomery Street, San Francisco
OUT140. Lawrence & Houseworth, San Francisco. Views of California Scenery. 148. Montgomery Street, San Francisco–Instantaneous. CDV. Sign for “Selleck’s Photographic Gallery” at center top. Silas Selleck played a significant role in instructing Muybridge in the art of photography both on the east coast and when he employed him in San Francisco. Slight trim at sides o/w VG. CDV. $1000

Occidental Hotel, Montgomery Street, San Francisco Occidental Hotel, Montgomery Street, San Francisco
OUT141. Lawrence & Houseworth, San Francisco. California Views. 140. Occidental Hotel, Montgomery Street, from the Russ House, San Francisco. Slight trim at top and bottom o/w VG. CDV. $275

View from Woodward's Garden Towards Rincon Hill, San Francisco View from Woodward's Garden Towards Rincon Hill, San Francisco
OUT142. Lawrence & Houseworth, San Francisco. Views of California Scenery. 426. View from Woodward’s Garden, towards Rincon Hill, San Francisco. CDV. G. $250

US Marine Hospital, Rincon Point, San Francisco US Marine Hospital, Rincon Point, San Francisco
OUT143. Lawrence & Houseworth, San Francisco. Views of California Scenery. 388. U.S. Marine Hospital, Rincon Point, San Francisco. CDV. VG. $500

San Francisco Overview from California and Powell Streets San Francisco Overview from California and Powell Streets
OUT144. Lawrence & Houseworth, San Francisco. California Views. 356. From corner California and Powell Streets, Looking East, San Francisco. CDV. Slight trim at sides o/w VG. $300

Overview of San Francisco from Montgomery & Broadway Overview of San Francisco from Montgomery & Broadway
OUT145. Thomas Houseworth & Co., San Francisco. Pacific Coast Scenery. 201. San Francisco from corner Montgomery Street and Broadway, looking South. CDV. VG. $500

Broadway Wharf, San Francisco Broadway Wharf, San Francisco
OUT147. Lawrence & Houseworth, San Francisco. Album Views of California. 301. Broadway Wharf, San Francisco. CDV. Slight trim at sides o/w VG. $450

Market St. from Montgomery, to the Bay, San Francisco Market St. from Montgomery, to the Bay, San Francisco
OUT148. Lawrence & Houseworth, San Francisco. California Views. 553. Market Street, from Montgomery to the Bay, San Francisco. CDV. Slight trim at sides o/w VG. $600

J.H. Heering's Photo Gallery, San Jose, California J.H. Heering's Photo Gallery, San Jose, California
PHCDV34. J.H. Heering’s Photographic Gallery, San Jose, Cal. On back is written “Rister’s? store cor. 1st, Santa Clara St., South East Cor.” Image shows Heering’s Photographic Gallery in San Jose. CDV. VG. $1600

U.S. Steamer Wateree  U.S. Steamer Wateree
OUT152. Lawrence & Houseworth, San Francisco. 326. U.S. Steamer Wateree–Double Ender.  USS Wateree, a 1173-ton Sassacus class “double-ender” steam gunboat, was built at Chester, Pennsylvania. Unlike her numerous wooden sister ships, she was constructed with an iron hull. Commissioned in January 1864, Wateree was sent around Cape Horn to the Pacific, arriving at San Francisco, California, for post-voyage repairs in November 1864. From early 1865 until mid-1868, the gunboat patrolled along the west coasts of Central and South America as a unit of the South Atlantic Squadron. On 13 August 1868, while she was at the Port of Arica, Peru (later part of Chile), an earthquake resulted in a huge tidal wave striking the anchorage, breaking several ships loose from their anchors and casting them ashore. Wateree was carried nearly five-hundred yards inland, where she was deposited relatively intact. However, refloating and repairing her would have been impossibly expensive, so she was sold where she lay in November 1868. Reportedly, her hulk was subsequently employed as an inn. CDV. G. $275

St. John's Michigan  St. John's Michigan
OUT153. No ID. St. John’s Michigan. CDV. VG. $125

Where Bishop Bowman was Found Dead  Where Bishop Bowman was Found Dead
OUT156. Purviance, Pittsburgh. On back of this CDV is written “Where Bishop Bowman was found dead.” This refers to Samuel Bowman (May 21, 1800–August 3, 1861), a suffragan Episcopal Bishop of Pennsylvania. Bowman was born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, the son of Samuel Bowman, a captain in the Continental Army, and his wife, Eleanor Ledlie. He was educated at the Academy of Wilkes-Barre and, while he was initially inclined toward the practice of law, Bowman soon changed his studies toward the church. His theological instruction was conducted by Bishop William White. White ordained Bowman deacon in 1823, and he was ordained priest the following year, also by White. After his ordination to the priesthood, Bowman took charge of two parishes in Lancaster County. In 1825, he became rector of Trinity Church in Easton, Pennsylvania. He returned to Lancaster in 1827 to serve at St. James Church in that town, assisting the rector there until his death in 1830, at which time Bowman became rector. While there, Bowman earned a doctorate in divinity from his Geneva College (now Hobart and William Smith Colleges). Bowman married twice. He was first married to Susan Sitgreaves of Easton, with whom he had three children, one of whom died young. His son, Samuel Sitgreaves Bowman, graduated from Yale University in 1845 and studied law in Philadelphia, but died unmarried, predeceasing his father in 1848. Bowman’s daughter, Ellen Ledlie Bowman, survived her father and died in 1894 in Topeka, Kansas, having married Thomas H. Vail, the Episcopal Bishop of Kansas, in 1867. After Susan died in 1831, Bowman remarried to Harriet Clarkson, the daughter of the previous rector of St. James, Lancaster. Bowman’s brother, Alexander Hamilton Bowman, was Superintendent of the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York during the American Civil War. In 1845, the clergy elected him Bishop of Pennsylvania, but when the laity refused to concur, Bowman acquiesced in the nomination of Alonzo Potter, who was eventually chosen. In 1847, Bowman was elected Bishop of Indiana, but he declined the appointment, preferring to remain in Lancaster. Bowman was consecrated a suffragan Bishop of Pennsylvania in 1858, and this appointment he accepted. He was the 64th bishop in the ECUSA, and was consecrated in Christ Church, Philadelphia, by Bishops Jackson Kemper, William Heathcote DeLancey, and Alfred Lee. Bowman threw himself immediately into his work, but his episcopate was brief. While visiting the western part of Pennsylvania in 1861 on the Allegheny Valley Railroad, a landslide wrecked a railroad bridge, causing the passengers, including Bowman, to walk several miles. Bowman lingered behind, and was later found dead along the tracks, either of apoplexy or a heart attack. He was buried in St. James churchyard in Lancaster. G. $85

City Hall, Albany NY City Hall, Albany NY
OUT163. Churchill & Denison, Albany, N.Y. City Hall, Albany. 2-cent cancelled tax stamp on verso. CDV. VG. $65

Wilder House, Fort Scott, Kansas Wilder House, Fort Scott, Kansas
OUT165. No ID. Wilder House, Main & Wall, looking West, Fort Scott, Kansas. Established and garrisoned by the U.S. Army from 1842–1853, soldiers at Fort Scott assisted with the protection of the Permanent Indian Frontier. After the army abandoned the fort in 1853, the buildings were purchased by local settlers at a government auction in 1855. The former military post became the center of one of the largest towns in Kansas Territory. Between 1855 and 1861, the citizens of Fort Scott experienced the violent unrest that preceded the Civil War on the Kansas and Missouri border. Eastern newspapers described this violence as “Bleeding Kansas,” a result of the national controversy concerning the extension of slavery into the new territories. Murder, rape, mayhem, robbery, and arson were committed by bold free-state and pro-slavery advocates in the name of their cause. On January 29, 1861, Kansas entered the union as a free state, but the turmoil of “Bleeding Kansas” continued throughout the Civil War. During the Civil War, Fort Scott was a U.S Army district Headquarters, quartermaster supply depot, training center, and recruitment station. It was strategically vital to the defense of Kansas and the Midwest. A battle over the fort occurred in August 1861 just across the Missouri line in the Battle of Dry Wood Creek. The battle was a pro-South victory for Sterling Price and his Missouri State Guard. Price did not hold the fort and instead continued a northern push into Missouri in an attempt to recapture the state. James H. Lane (Senator) was to launch a Jayhawker offensive behind Price from Fort Scott that led to the Sacking of Osceola. The ill will of these actions was to be the basis for the 1976 Clint Eastwood film The Outlaw Josey Wales. After the Civil War, Fort Scott was a premier city of the frontier, one of the largest cities in eastern Kansas. There are several Union soldiers in this image. The Wilder House is still standing today, recently having celebrated its 150 birthday. CDV. VG. $375

Genesee Wesleyan Seminary & Genesee College Genesee Wesleyan Seminary & Genesee College
OUT166. James Smith, Photographic Artist, Lima, N.Y. Genesee Wesleyan Seminary & Genesee College. CDV. VG. $75

Decorah, Iowa Street Scene CDV Decorah, Iowa Street Scene CDV
OUT172. Jas. C. Richardson, Decorah, Iowa. CDV of a busy street scene with many store signs, presumably Decorah, Iowa. Edge trimmed at right o/w VG. $375

Decorah, Iowa Street Scene CDV Decorah, Iowa Street Scene CDV
OUT173. Jas. C. Richardson, Decorah, Iowa. CDV of a busy street scene with store signs, presumably Decorah, Iowa. Edge trimmed at left o/w VG. $350

Main Street, Woodstock VT Main Street, Woodstock VT
OUT174. Cushing, Woodstock, Vt. Block on Main Street, Woodstock, Vt. Sept. 20, 1866. Sign at left at center of building is “Photograph Gallery,” undoubtedly Cushing’s Gallery. CDV. G. $275

Stoddard CDV
OUT179. S.R. Stoddard, Glen’s Falls, N.Y. Glen’s Falls. CDV. G. $45

Stoddard CDV
OUT181. S.R. Stoddard, Glen’s Falls, N.Y. Ruins of Fort Ticonderoga. “Aug. 1873” written on front. CDV. G. $50

Stoddard CDV
OUT183. S.R. Stoddard, Glen’s Falls, N.Y. Lake George. CDV. G. $45

Stoddard CDV
OUT184. S.R. Stoddard, Glen’s Falls, N.Y. (backmark). Gems from the Adirondacks. “Aug. 1873” written on front. CDV. VG. $35

Stoddard CDV
OUT185. S.R. Stoddard, Glen’s Falls, N.Y. Lake George. “Aug. 1873” written on front. CDV. G. $35

Stoddard CDV
OUT186. S.R. Stoddard, Glen’s Falls, N.Y. Lake George. CDV. G. $30

Stoddard CDV
OUT187. S.R. Stoddard, Glen’s Falls, N.Y. Lake George. CDV. VG. $35

Stoddard CDV
OUT188. S.R. Stoddard, Glen’s Falls, N.Y. Lake George. “Aug. 1873” written on front. CDV. VG. $35

Stoddard CDV
OUT189. S.R. Stoddard, Glen’s Falls, N.Y. Lake George. “Aug. 1873” written on front. CDV. VG. $45

Rochester Flood 1865 Rochester Flood 1865
OUT192. J.B. Roberts & Co., Rochester, NY. Buffalo St. during the flood. The flood took place on St. Patrick’s Day, 1865. CDV. VG. $150

Rochester Flood 1865 Rochester Flood 1865
OUT193. J.B. Roberts & Co., Rochester, NY. Main St. during the flood. The flood took place on St. Patrick’s Day, 1865. CDV. VG. $150

Cawker City Kansas CDV Cawker City Kansas CDV
OUT195. F. Lewis, Cawker City, Kas. CDV. $450

Jefferson Iowa CDV Jefferson Iowa CDV
OUT197. Snodgrass & Ross, Jefferson, Iowa. Street scene CDV. VG. $325

Fort William Henry Hotel CDVout199b
OUT199. Beer & Co., New York. Ft. Wm. Henry Hotel, July 1861. CDV. $60

out201 Fort Cape Disappointment Lighthouse out201b
OUT201. No ID. Fort Cape Disappointment Lighthouse, Columbia River, Washington. On back is written “from the album of the Cone Family, Portland, Oregon.” CDV. VG. $350

Davidson Fountain Davidson Fountain
OUT202. J.H. Hoover, Cincinnati, O. The Davidson Fountain, Probasco Place, Cincinnati. On verso is written “Cincinnati Sep 1873” and signed “JH,” likely the photographer. CDV. VG. $50

Newport & Cincinnati RR Bridge Newport & Cincinnati RR Bridge
OUT203. [J.H. Hoover, Cincinnati, O.] Newport and Cincinnati R.R. Bridge. On verso is written “Cincinnati Sep 1873” and signed “JH,” likely the photographer. Also pencilled on verso is “by C.H. Muhrman,” which I do not think is correct. CDV. VG. $50

Cincinnati and Covington Bridge Cincinnati and Covington Bridge
OUT204. J.H. Hoover, Cincinnati, O. Cincinnati and Covington Bridge. On verso is written “Cincinnati Sep 1873” and signed “JH,” likely the photographer. CDV. VG. $50

Plaza, San Francisco CDV Plaza, San Francisco CDV
OUT206. Bayley & Cramer’s Fine-Art Gallery, S.F. Plaza-San Francisco. Written in right margin recto is “x Headqrs US Army ???to US B & ? RR.” There is a small “x” in the image over a building toward the right. CDV. VG. $275

Black Bear Mine Black Bear Mine
OUT207. CDV attributed to Louis Heller titled in manuscript on verso “Black Bear Mine 1868 Klamath Co., Cal.” VG. $450

Dog Train from Pembina CDV Dog Train from Pembina CDV
OUT208. CDV from Whitney’s Gallery, Saint Paul, Minn. titled “Dog Train from Pembina, 49 N. Latitude. Will travel from sixty to eighty miles a day, hauling 500 pounds weight.” VG. $250

Healdsburg California CDV Healdsburg California CDV
OUT209. Jos. H. Downing, Healdsburg, Cal. Street scene CDV, several readable signs. VG. $250

Odd Fellows Hall, Stockton Cal. Odd Fellows Hall, Stockton Cal.
OUT210. W.M. Stuart’s Premium Gallery, Stockton, Cal. Odd Fellows Hall-The portion where no scaffolding remains is the Masonic House, the first used by O.F. CDV. VG. $300

Walla Walla CDV Walla Walla CDV
OUT211. CDV of the Pioneer Furniture Store, along with partial signs of other stores in Walla Walla, Washington Territory. On back is stamped “E.W. Eversz, Manufacturers & dealers in Furniture, Bedding, Etc. Walla Walla, W.T.” In addition the name “Miss Katie R. Davis” is stamped twice. G. $275

Saloon, Oak Harbor WT Saloon, Oak Harbor WT
OUT212. CDV showing a saloon in Oak Harbor, Washington Territory. On box next to sign is F.P. Miller, Oak Harbor, W.T.” VG. $350

Bross Bros, Tacoma WA Bross Bros, Tacoma WA
OUT213. CDV showing Bross Bro. Store on Pacific Ave., near 9th St., Tacoma, Washington. G. $350

Webb City, Missouri CDV
OUT215. Card Photo of the Scott House, 3.25″ x 5,” “Presented by W.E. Scott, Proprietor, Webb City, Jasper County, MO.” G. $250

Newark NJ CDV out216b
OUT216. Huff’s Photographic Gallery, Newark, N.J. H.W. Morehouse & Co., Grocers. CDV. VG. $200

Bridge Over the Mississippi out219b
OUT219. Whitney’s Gallery, Saint Paul. Bridge over the Mississippi at Saint Paul. Whole length 1790 feet; main span 240 feet long and 90 feet above low water. CDV. VG. $125

out228 Skowhegan, Me
OUT228. No ID. CDV of the Old Yellow Store of Morrison & Drew, Skowhegan, Me. Commission Merchants and Dealers in Flour, Coal, Lime & Cement, Wagon & Cart Spokes, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c, Building Materials, Carriages, Carriage Material. VG. $275

out229 Stowe VT 1865
OUT229. O.C. Barnes, Stowe, Vt. Manuscript on verso “Stowe Vt., August 5, 1865.” CDV. VG. $225

out230 1869 Flood Springfield Vt.
OUT230. J.D. Powers, Springfield, Vt. CDV shows the flood of Oct. 4, 1869; cabinet shop had just been swept away. VG. $300

out231 1869 Flood Springfield Vt.
OUT231. J.D. Powers, Springfield, Vt. CDV shows the flood of Oct. 4, 1869; cabinet shop had just been swept away. G. $275

out232 Stowe Vermont CDV
OUT232. O.C. Barnes, Mt. Mansfield Picture Gallery, Stowe, Vt. Beautiful overview CDV. E. $300

out234 Morenci Michigan CDV
OUT234. No ID. Street scene in Morenci, Michigan. Signs that can be read: “J.P. Crowley & Co.,” and “W.R. Richards & Co.” With photocopy of identified Morenci street scene identifying this as the vicinity of 215 Main St. CDV. VG. $300

out235 Woodstock VT
OUT235. Henry Cushing, Woodstock, Vt. Six-horse stagecoach in front of boarding hotel. CDV. VG. $150

out237 Wilmington, VT
OUT237. B.F. Childs, Operator, Photographic Gallery, Wilmington, Vt. CDV of a country homestead, horse and buggy with riders, people in the doorway. VG. $75

out238 Green Mountain CDV by Styles
OUT238. A.F. Styles, Burlington, Vt. Styles’ Green Mountain Scenery. CDV. VG. $75

out239 Stowe VT CDV
OUT239. O.C. Barnes, Mt. Mansfield Picture Gallery, Stowe, Vt. CDV. VG. $75

out240 out240b
OUT240. No ID. Written on back “Possibly a Vt. Photo.” Came with a large lot of VT CDVs. Looks like a really tall flagpole out front. VG. $65

out241 Green Mountain CDV by Styles
OUT241. A.F. Styles, Burlington, Vt. Styles’ Green Mountain Scenery. CDV. VG. $45

out242 out242b
OUT242. No ID. Written on verso “Where Helen Bull attended school. Granville. Eastern NY (Vt. border).” CDV. VG. $35

out243 out243b
OUT243. No ID. Written on verso “Where Helen Bull attended school. Granville. Eastern NY (near Vt.)” CDV. VG. $35

out245 Luna Cascade CDV VT
OUT245. O.C. Barnes, Mt. Mansfield Picture Gallery, Stowe, Vt. Luna Cascade. CDV. VG. $50

out246 out246b
OUT246. No ID. Written on verso “N.H. (possibly Haverhill or vicinity).” CDV. VG. $35

American Fork Canyon 
OUT247. C.W. Carter, Salt Lake City, Utah. Scenes in American Fork Canyon. CDV. VG. $75

out250 Hydraulic Mining California CDV
OUT250. 
Lawrence & Houseworth, San Francisco. Album Views of California. Hydraulic Mining-View from the bank of the Yuba River. 2-cent cancelled tax stamp on verso. Red writing on image “Hydraulic Mining.” CDV. VG. $400

out252 Hydraulic Mining California CDV
OUT252. 
Lawrence & Houseworth, San Francisco. Album Views of California. Hydraulic Mining-View on the Yuba River. 2-cent cancelled tax stamp on verso. Red writing on image, twice, “Yuba River.” CDV. VG. $400

out257 Hydraulic Mining California CDV
OUT257. 
Lawrence & Houseworth, San Francisco. Album Views of California. Hydraulic Mining-The Sluice. 2-cent cancelled tax stamp on verso. Red writing on image “Hydraulic Mining.” CDV. VG. $400

out258 Mission Dolores
OUT258. Lawrence & Houseworth, San Francisco. Album Views of California. 463. Catholic Burying Ground, Mission Dolores. 2-cent cancelled tax stamp on verso. Red writing at bottom of image. CDV. G. $250

out259 Starr King's Tomb
OUT259. Lawrence & Houseworth, San Francisco. Album Views of California. 459. Starr King’s Tomb. March 4th, 1865. 2-cent cancelled tax stamp on verso. VG. $200

Big Trees Californiaout260b
OUT260. Lawrence & Houseworth, San Francisco. Album Views of California. Big Trees. 2-cent cancelled tax stamp on verso. Red writing bottom of image. VG. $200

out262 Ravine below Dutch Flat
OUT262. Lawrence & Houseworth, San Francisco. Album Views of California. Scene in the Ravine below Dutch Flat. 2-cent cancelled tax stamp on verso. Red writing bottom of image. VG. $150

Niagara Falls CDV
OUT270. CDV of folks at Niagara Falls. Trimmed at sides, no backmark. G. $25

Leavenworth Kansas
OUT274. R. Stevenson, Leavenworth, Kansas. CDV of a street scene. Trimmed at right, nick at bottom right. G-. $150

Lakeport Cal
OUT275. Toll’s Art and Portrait Gallery, Santa Rosa, Cal. Lakeport, Cal. Sign for Scudamore Reynolds & Co. Creased at center, lower left corner crease, clipped corners. CDV. Fair. $200

Corning Iowa
OUT276. CDV with the following written on verso: “Building in Corning Iowa under construction by Adam Werner before 1880.” VG. $150


OCAB120. Bates & Muhr, Denver. The Platte Canal in Platte Can-Yon, Colorado. Presented to the Grand Army of the Republic by The Platte Land Co. (Ld.). Advertising cabinet card for the Platte Land Company (Limited), Denver, Colo. VG. $125


OUT277. Cabinet card by Green and Caddy, Johnstown, Pa. Flood scene, probably the Johnstown Flood. VG. $75


OUT278. Cabinet card by Green and Caddy, Johnstown, Pa. Johnstown Flood disaster scene. VG. $85