These 25 mounted photographs, depicting views of Yellowstone National Park, and various lakes and mountains in Colorado, Montana,
and Grand Teton National Park, were taken by renowned American photographer William Henry Jackson between 1871 and 1873. They
represent part of the body of work created by Jackson during his tenure as photographer for exploratory expeditions ("Department
of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey of the Territories") of the American West sponsored by the Department of the Interior
and led by geologist Frederick V. Hayden.
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