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9 results for Stereographs:
Photograph, Lawrence, Kansas Territory
Authors: Lamon, W. H.
Date: c. 1858
A view of Lawrence, Kansas Territory, looking southeast from Mt. Oread, late 1850s or early 1860s. The photograph was taken by W. H. Lamon.

Keywords: Cities and towns; Douglas County, Kansas Territory; Lamon, W. H.; Lawrence buildings; Lawrence, Kansas Territory; Photographs and Illustrations; Stereographs


Photograph, Wolf River Ford, Kansas Territory
Authors: Bierstadt Bros., Photographers, N. Bedford, Mass.
Date: 1859
A view of Wolf River Ford, Kansas Territory, 1859. Photographed by Bierstadt Bros., Photographers, N. Bedford, Mass.

Keywords: Bierstadt Bros., Photographers; Bierstadt, Albert; Fords (stream crossings); Horses; Photographs and Illustrations; Stereographs; Wolf River, Kansas Territory


Photograph, Shoshone Warrior
Authors: Bierstadt Bros., Photographers, N. Bedford, Mass.
Date: 1859
A "Shoshone Warrior Na," 1859, photographed by Bierstadt Bros., Photographers, N. Bedford, Mass.

Keywords: Bierstadt Bros., Photographers; Bierstadt, Albert; Horses; Photographs and Illustrations; Shoshoni Indians; Stereographs


Photograph, Indian Pony
Authors: Bierstadt Bros., Photographers, N. Bedford, Mass.
Date: 1859
An "Indian Poney, Kansas," 1859, photographed by Bierstadt Bros., Photographers, N. Bedford, Mass.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Bierstadt Bros., Photographers; Bierstadt, Albert; Horses; Native Americans; Photographs and Illustrations; Stereographs


Photograph, Ford of the Little Blue, Kansas Territory
Authors: Bierstadt Bros., Photographers, N. Bedford, Mass.
Date: 1859
A view of the "Ford of the Little Blue, Kansas," 1859, photographed by Bierstadt Bros., Photographers, N. Bedford, Mass.

Keywords: Bierstadt Bros., Photographers; Bierstadt, Albert; Fords (stream crossings); Horses; Little Blue River, Kansas Territory; Photographs and Illustrations; Stereographs


Photograph, Bellemont, Kansas Territory
Authors: Bierstadt Bros., Photographers, N. Bedford, Mass.
Date: 1859
A view of Bellemont, Kansas Territory, photographed by Bierstadt Bros., Photographers, N. Bedford, Mass.

Keywords: Bellemont, Kansas Territory; Bierstadt Bros., Photographers; Bierstadt, Albert; Doniphan County, Kansas Territory; Photographs and Illustrations; Stereographs; Wagons


Photograph, Lawrence, Kansas Territory
Authors: Lamon, W. H.
Date: c. 1860
A view of Massachusetts Street looking north from Henry Street, Lawrence, Kansas Territory, early 1860s. The photograph was taken by W. H. Lamon.

Keywords: Business enterprises; Cities and towns; Commerce; Covered wagons; Douglas County, Kansas Territory; Horses; Lamon, W. H.; Lawrence buildings; Lawrence, Kansas Territory; Photographs and Illustrations; Stereographs; Streets; Wagons


Photograph, Office of the Union Pacific Railway Co. Eastern Division, Wyandotte, Kansas, 1867
Authors: Gardner, Alexander , 1821-1882; Gardner's Photographic Art Gallery, 511 Seventh Street, Washington.
Date: 1867
A view of the Union Pacific Railway Co. Eastern Division office, Wyandotte, Kansas, 1867. It is part of a series titled Across the Continent on the Union Pacific Railway, Eastern Division. The photograph was taken by Alexander Gardner, Gardner's Photographic Art Gallery, 511 Seventh Street, Washington. This is the building where the Wyandotte Constitutional Convention was supposedly held.

Keywords: Gardner's Photographic Art Gallery; Gardner, Alexander, 1821-1882; Kansas City, Kansas Territory; Photographs and Illustrations; Railroads; Stereographs; Union Pacific Railway Company Eastern Division; Wyandotte Constitutional Convention, July 1859; Wyandotte County, Kansas Territory


Stereograph, Eldridge Hotel, Lawrence, Kansas
Authors: No authors specified.
Date: c. 1860s
Photo images featuring the Eldridge Hotel, located "323 miles West of St. Louis, Missouri". The Eldridge House (or Hotel) was built in Lawrence, Kansas Territory by the New England Emigrant Aid Society. It was something of a headquarters for the free state movement and as such it was targeted for destruction by Sheriff Jones' proslavery posse, which sacked Lawrence on May 21, 1856.

Keywords: Douglas County, Kansas Territory; Eldridge House; Hotels; Lawrence buildings; Lawrence, Kansas Territory; Stereographs


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

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