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FOOTBRIDGE AT SANTO DOMINGO PUBELO, SAN JUAN 1882

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1. HENRY BROWN, No. 355 The foot Bridge at San [Santo] Domingo, N.M. 1882.c, Albumen 4.25x6.9" Cabinet Card West side plaza upstairs stamp verso, ASG# HB/1140. Very rare view of the bridge with people walking on it

2. BENNETT & BROWN, No. 123 The Rio Grande Valley at the Pueblo of San Juan title in ink verso, Albumen 4.5x7" Stereo view, Views in New Mexico Santa Fe backmark ASG# BT&B/1038 view facing west, of a ditch, adobe wall house, river and Pueblo

2 early NM Indian Pueblo Card views

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 & Brown. These included many views of Pueblo Indians, many of the 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 and 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
HB/1140 Foot bridge Santo Domingo Pueblo, stereograph New Mexico, overall rich tones moderate soiling, mild abrasions and wear.
BT&B/1038 Rio Grande at San Juan Pueblo, NM overall rich tones moderate soiling, abrasions and wear particularly in top 1/5 of card
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FOOTBRIDGE AT SANTO DOMINGO PUBELO, SAN JUAN 1882

Estimate $600 - $1,200Jul 17, 2020
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