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One of the group of Pagosa Hot Springs, showing incrustation on the surface. Much prized by the Indians and miners on account of supposed healing qualities. Principal mineral element, Sulphate of Soda

A work made of albumen print, stereo, no. 38 from the series "geographical explorations and surveys west of the 100th meridian".
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  • A work made of albumen print, stereo, no. 38 from the series "geographical explorations and surveys west of the 100th meridian".

Date:

1874

Artist:

Timothy O’Sullivan (American, born Ireland, 1840–1882)
commissioned by George Wheeler for the War Department, Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army

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Artist

Timothy O'Sullivan

Title

One of the group of Pagosa Hot Springs, showing incrustation on the surface. Much prized by the Indians and miners on account of supposed healing qualities. Principal mineral element, Sulphate of Soda

Origin

United States

Date

Made 1874

Medium

Albumen print, stereo, No. 38 from the series "Geographical Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian"

Dimensions

9.2 × 7.4 cm (each image); 10 × 17.8 cm (card)

Credit Line

Photography Gallery Fund

Reference Number

1959.616.34

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