New York, Park Avenue
17 April 1997
WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON (1843-1942)
Phantom Curve, Above Los Pinos Valley, Colorado
Albumen print. 1870s-early 1880s. 16¼ x 21in. (41.3 x 53.3cm.) Framed.
From the collection of Frederick Candee Nims, general agent of the Denver Rio Grande Railroad.
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See: Bonanza, Picture Maker of the Old West, p. 293 for a variant of this image.
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