One Museum's 19th Century Photo Sale Seems to Be the Met's Gain
The images date from the 1880s and include early photographs of the Southern Pacific Railroad, the Hotel del Monte in Monterey, Calif., and Yellowstone Park. They were all taken by Carleton Watkins, a pioneering photographer of the American West known for his majestic landscapes.
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