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(lot of 3) Unframed 1918 panoramic photographic print, "The Alamo Plaza", San Antonio, Texas, ink signed lower right, E.O. Goldbeck, (Eugene Omar Goldbeck, Texas, 1892-1986); (1) color panoramic print of the Alamo, c. 1980; (1) photo of Goldbeck and assistant in loaded vehicle, 1920's, ink signed lower right, largest: 10.25"h 42.75"w *Provenance: E.O. Goldbeck to the founders and previous owners of Greenhouse Gallery of Fine Art, San Antonio, Texas. *Note: E.O. Goldbeck began taking panoramic photographs about 1915. Internet photo credits include a photo of Einstein with Native Americans, the New York Yankees with Babe Ruth, a photograph of more than 20,000 servicemen. He is credited with patented improvements to the rotational panorama camera. Many of his works were donated to the University of Texas. He is the subject of several books. Start Price: $400.00

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(3)E.O GOLDBECK(1892-1986) SIGNED 1918 ALAMO PLAZA

Auction ended on Sat, Sep 30, 2017
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