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Very Nice 'Watkins Pacific Coast' Stereo-view of New Almaden (123223)

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Very Nice 'Watkins Pacific Coast' Stereo-view of New Almaden  (123223)
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Edges are a little rough and photo fades at the background, but the view of the New Almaden mining camp is spectacular! Number 162. Carlton E. Watkins. Carleton E. Watkins (1829–1916) was an American photographer of the 19th century. Born in New York, he moved to California and quickly became interested in photography. He focused mainly on landscape photography, and Yosemite Valley was a favorite subject of his. The New Almaden quicksilver mine in the Capitancillas Range in Santa Clara County, is the oldest and most productive quicksilver (i.e., mercury) mine in the U.S.

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State: California
City: New Almaden
Provenance: Ken Prag Collection