|Other: William G. Chamberlain |
Other: William Gunnison Chamberlain
|Stereographs project |
Denver, CO, US
Central City, CO, US
Chicago, IL, US
[4-9] *[William Gunnison Chamberlain] "Photographed by..."; "Published by..."; 1400 Block Larimer till 63, then Larimer NW cor. 15th
St. Important, long-active, prolific producer
of 700+ CO scy., mining, Indians, disasters,
varied coverage in several series such as "Rocky
Mountain Scenery", "Mountain Scenery, Colorado",
city/rural scy., animals; rare images of NM;
some early views on SCMs, later mostly on CMs;
photog. for "Mrs. Maxwell's Rocky Mountain
Museum Series", stuffed animals/birds on CMs,
which she CR in 67; worked with artist J.M.
Bagley and pub. many of his paintings in flat
stereo format. Some negs sold to Weitfle ~80.
B. 15 in IA, first dag. outfit 47; worked
Chicago, IL 53-58; opened studio in Denver in
61; 64 opened branch in Central City; son Walter
A. Chamberlain, as well as Charles D. Kirkland &
Francis D. Storm worked as assts.; retired 91,
selling studio to Storm.
T.K. Treadwell & William C. Darrah (Compiled by), Wolfgang, Sell (Updated by), 11/28/2003, Photographers of the United States of America, (National Stereoscopic Association)
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