The Alfred A. Hart Collection includes one photograph album of 365 images, and 106
stereographs. The majority of the stereographs are duplicate images from the album.
However, there are also ten stereographs of the home of Leland and Jane Stanford in
Sacramento (images that do not appear in the album).
Alfred A. Hart, born in Norwich, Connecticut on March 16, 1816, was the principal
photographer for the Central Pacific Railroad during the construction of the Overland
Route. He photographed the construction from 1865 to 1869 when the last spike was driven
by Leland Stanford at Promontory, Utah on May 10, 1869.
5.25 Linear feet (1 album: 375 unbound photoprints: albumen; 375 photonegatives;
154 photoprints: stereograph, mounted)
The material is in the public domain. There are no restrictions on use.
Open for research.