Wheeler Expeditions of 1871 & 1872, Stereoviews by Bell & O'Sullivan
Lot of 18 stereoviews from the Wheeler Expeditions of 1871 and 1872, photographed by William Bell. All on mounts with the expedition year imprinted on recto and the War Department seal, photo credit, and title imprinted on verso. Titles include:
Expedition of 1871 (photo credit to T.H. O'Sullivan)
No. 2 - View Across Black Canyon.
No. 3 - View down Black Canyon, from Mirror Bar.
No. 4 - Grotto Spring, Grand Canyon, Colorado River.
No. 6 - View of Grand Canyon walls, near mouth of Diamond River.
Expedition of 1872 (Photo credit to Wm. Bell)
No. 8 - The Canyon of Kanab Creek, near its junction with the Grand Canyon of the Colorado.
No. 9 - "The Bath," a dripping spring in Kanab Canyon.
no. 10 - The mouth of Kanab Creek.
No. 11 - Mouth of the Paria, Colorado River; walls 2,100 feet in height (2 copies).
No. 12 - View in the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River.
No. 13 - Marble Canyon, one of the gorges of the Colorado here, 1,200 feet deep.
No. 14 - The northern wall of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado, near the foot of To-ro-weap valley.
No. 31 - Devil's Anvil, near foot of To-ro-weap Valley.
No. 34 - Grand Canyon of the Colorado (different mount).
Nos. 36-38 - Grand Canyon of the Colorado, near the foot of To-ro-weap Valley (various views).