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MT. GOTHIC TOMES

RARE BOOKS & WESTERN AMERICANA

Brian Levine

P.O. Box 3048, Crested Butte, CO 81224-3048 USA

Specialists in Western Americana, literature, and quantum physics; with a particular focus on Colorado history and the works of F. Scott Fitzgerald

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CAVES OF THE CLIFF DWELLERS NEAR ESPINO, New Mexico Territory, circa 1885

W. H. Jackson Photograph and Publishing Co., Denver, Col.  Jackson emblem on back of cabinet card.  WHJ image number: 2638.  Albumen photograph.  Dimensions: 8 inches by 5 inches.  Condition: very good plus to near fine.  Tones: rich with clear and concise detail.

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PALACE HOTEL, Santa Fe, New Mexico.  Photographer: D. B. Chase.  Image No. 48, circa 1885

Dana B. Chase had photographic studios in Colorado from 1873 through 1897.  He was listed in Alma, Pueblo, Del Norte, Canon City, Trinidad, Denver, Garland, and Colorado Springs business directories.  He also had a studio in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  At various times, Chase held contracts with The Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, as well as The Santa Fe Southern Railway.  Cabinet card photo.

The image exhibits rich tones.  Photograph and card are in near fine condition.

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SAN FRANCISCO STREET No. 2, Santa Fe, New Mexico.  Image No. 37.  Photographer: D. B. Chase.  Circa 1885

Photograph exhibits rich tones and excellent detail.  Image and card in near fine condition.  Chase emblem on back.  Herlow's Hotel evident on right-hand side of image.  Cabinet card photo.

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DR. TANNER AT HIS HOME IN THE MESILLA VALLEY, NEW MEXICO.  Image No. 54.  Photograph by D. B. Chase, Santa Fe, New Mexico.  Circa 1885.

Photograph exhibits rich tones and clear detail.  Near fine condition.  Location: near Las Cruces, Dona Ana County, New Mexico.  Cabinet card photo.

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PRINCIPAL SQUARE IN SANTA FE (New Mexico) IN SUMMER.  Photograph by D. B. Chase, Santa Fe, New Mexico, No. 3, circa 1885.

This photograph exhibit deep, rich tones and excellent, concise detail.  Certainly an image of a long past Santa Fe.  Condition of photograph and original mount: near fine.  Cabinet card photo.

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Scene in New Mexican pueblo village, circa 1892.  Photograph by Horace S. Poley, 713 N. Tejon Street, Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Tones of this photograph are strong and definitive; detail concise.  Condition of photograph and card: near fine.  Cabinet card photo.

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Five mounted Native Americans, New Mexico.  Photographer: Horace S. Poley, Colorado Springs, circa 1892.

Scene of five horse-mounted Native Americans in New Mexican landscape.  Very good tones.  Photograph in very good plus condition.  Card is in good plus condition with some chipping to upper right-hand corner.  Cabinet card photo.  Pueblo San Juan.

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Young Native American woman bundling wood, New Mexico.  Photographer: Horace S. Poley, Colorado Springs; Artistic views along the line of The Colorado & Southern Railway, circa 1892.

Horace S. Poley, Photographer, 713 N. Tejon St., Colorado Springs, Colo.  Photograph has rich tones and fine detail.  Image is in near fine condition; card very good plus.  Cabinet card photo.  Pueblo San Juan.

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LOOKING UP CALIENTE RIO, AT THE HOT SPRINGS, Guadalajara, Mexico.  Photograph by D. B. Chase, Santa Fe, New Mexico.  Image No. 106.  Circa 1885  

One of Poley's more artistic photographs, with young in foreground of scene.  At the time of this photograph, Poley had a studio in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and was employed by The Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, as well as The Santa Fe Southern Railway.  Photograph is in near fine condition, sports rich tones and fine detail.  Cabinet card photo.

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Dirac equation

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