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Photographers number:111
Title:Castle Peak and Yuba River, from Summit Valley. 102 miles from Sacramento
Notes:Watkins mount

Photographer:Alfred A Hart   (Mar 28, 1816 — Mar 5, 1908;  Active approx. 1862 — 1869)
Publisher:Carleton Watkins
Format:Stereograph

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