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Watkins #114 - Sugar Pines near Yosemite Valley
Image courtesy of: The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles   (Accession Number 85.XM.11.10)
Photographers number:114
Title:Sugar Pines near Yosemite Valley
Date Photographed: 1865-1866
Catalog:Carleton Watkins: The Complete Mammoth Photographs, cat. no. 112

Photographer:Carleton E Watkins   (Nov 11, 1829 — Jun 23, 1916;  Active approx. 1853 — 1896)
Publisher:Carleton Watkins
Format:Mammoth Plate
Image Size:20 916  x  15 18  in.  (52.2 x 38.4 cm)  —  Vertical, Rectangle
Provenance to 1900:Ledel Gallery, NY / Daniel Wolf  (source: 1985/JPGM notes)

View this image in gallery:Mariposa Grove and Mariposa Trail
Link to image source: Image ID:1005654
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