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Bradford Washburn, Upper 3 miles of Muldrow Glacier showing details of Great Serac, 1947, 31 March, Gelatin silver print, Decaneas Archive, Courtesy of the Decaneas Archive, LL/31901
 
Mountains
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286.01   Landscape: Mountains
Photographers
286.02   John Stewart: Pyrenees (1850s)
286.03   Farnham Maxwell Lyte: The Pyrenees
286.04   Jean-Jacques Heilmann: Pyrenees
286.05   Vicomte Joseph Vigier: Pyrenees
286.06   Samuel Bourne: Northern India and the Himalayas (1863-1870)
286.07   Bisson frères: Mt. Blanc (1860s)
286.08   Charles Soulier: Switzerland
286.09   Auguste Rosalie Bisson: Switzerland (ca 1860)
286.10   Colorado: Mountain of the Holy Cross
286.11   William Henry Jackson: Photographing in High Places
286.12   Mark Twain attempting to photograph the Matterhorn (1880)
286.13   Eduard Spelterini: Aerial views
286.14   Frank Sydney Smythe: Mountains
286.15   Vittorio Sella: Mountains
286.16   Antione Sevruguin: Mountain Landscapes of Iran
286.17   Albert Steiner: Switzerland
286.18   Bradford Washburn: Aerial photography
Amateur photography and snapshots
286.19   Snapshots: Mountains
 
  
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