Serving Photo Collectors Since 1969
Link to Craig's Daguerreian Registry
(Research on American Photographers 1839-1860)

e-mail address: john@craigcamera.com

{E-Mail} {Terms of Sale and Ordering Information (Please Read!)} {Meet the Boss} {Research Trivia}
Current Reference Books} {Reprinted Repair Manuals} {Links: Sites/Information}
(860) 496-9791·····P.O.BOX 1637,TORRINGTON, CT 06790······FAX: (860) 496-0664


WELCOME!!(Back to Store Front Door, Home Page, Information Booth, whatever)

Order Form

Shipping Rate Change! Update February 2002!

Basic Computer Lesson

Research and Information

Current Reference Books for Sale (including the latest price Guides)

150+ Reprinted Repair Manuals

9500+ Instruction Manuals

10,000 Pieces of Collectible Photographic Literature

New Acquisitions Pages

Projectors &Viewers
Projection Lamps
Photographic Ephemera
Photographic Images
3-D Equipment

3-D Literature

Stereo Views
View-Master Reels
View-Master Packets, Specials

Nishika 3-D Camera Special!

Bargain Page


Dealer & Company Links(If you can't find it at CraigCamera.com)
If you arrived here directly from a search engine, please go to my Home Page. Search engine cached pages are probably not current.
Prices do not include shipping
All listings current. Sold items deleted daily.
Between major site integrations, new items will appear on my New Acquisitions pages

Back to Photographical Index Page
Photographer's Equipment
Powell Survey, Utah
John K. Hillers

A "boudoir" (so-called) size yellow mount stereo view (4-1/4x7"), from the Wheeler Expedition, 1874. The view is listed as #43 in the series, and is described on the reverse as being a characteristic ruin of the Pueblo San Juan, New Mexico."
Credited to Timothy O'Sullivan, the view shows two unidentified men from the expedition, one of whom may be a photographer, and a large view camera on the ground. One panel of the view appears as a full-page illustration (p.304) in the 1965 book by James D. Horan, Timothy O'Sullivan, America's Forgotten Photorgapher.
The view has a full explanatory note imprinted on the veverse, and the front carries the imprint of the Wheeler Survey. This was O'Sullivan's last stint as a government photographer before returning to New York. Excellent condition throughout, and scarce. $325.00