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Lot 0080 Details

Description
1. BENNETT & BROWN No. 001 The Palace Of The Governors, Santa Fe 3 men standing on west side, 1880 C., Albumen 4.25x7", heavy stock, Stereo card, ASG# BT&B/1034. The City of Santa Fe text backmark

2. UNKNOWN Cathedral, Santa Fe, NM 1895 C, Silver collodion, 5x8.2", Boudoir Card, ASG# UNK/3557

A stereo view the St. Francis Cathedral, and a stunning larger Boudoir view of the architecture of the entire front of the Palace of the Governors, the oldest government office in the United States

Henry Brown (d. 1885) moved to Santa Fe with his father, photographer, Nicholas Brown. In 1880 he formed a partnership with George C. Bennett publishing under the name Bennett and Brown. Bennett is the camera operator until ill health in 1883 leads Brown to hire other operators. During this time Brown published over 400 views under his own name as well as Bennett and Brown. These included many views of Pueblo Indians, mission churches and Indian Pueblo architecture along the Rio Grande. Henry Brown moved to Parral, Mexico in 1884, then to El Paso in 1885 where he died of consumption. Ref: Richard Rudisill, Photographers of the New Mexico Territory, 1854-1912.

George C. Bennett primarily made stereographs is noted in Santa Fe in 1878 publishing under the name Bennett & Burrell, Bennett and Burrell 1880 to 1883 published as Bennett & Brown Bennett and Brown. He worked for Adolph Bandelier at Acoma, Cochiti, and Frijoles Canyon 1880-1883, Ref: Richard Rudisill, Photographers of the New Mexico Territory, 1854-1912.

Condition
BT&B/1034 stereo view Excellent with rich tones and minor wear
UNK/3557 Cathedral Excellent with very rich collodion tones and minor wear
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2 views SANTA FE, DOWNTOWN LANDMARKS 1880s

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