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Title
"Father of the Forest" a Giant of Giants - fallen centuries ago - originally 435 ft. high, 110 ft. cir., Calaveras Grove, Cal.
Contributor
Underwood & Underwood
Works and Sun Sculpture Studios
Date Created and/or Issued
c1902
Publication Information
New York : Underwood & Underwood
Contributing Institution
California State Library
Collection
California History Section Picture Catalog
Rights Information
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Description
STEREO-2796
IN BOXED SET: VAULT *c917.94 U56
Individual stereos in: Stereoscopic views of California.
Box title: Seeing California through the stereoscope.
Gray mount.
A huge fallen log extends from the lower left into the distance; on the left in the foreground sits a woman dressed in a dark dress with a straw hat; behind her sits another woman farther up the log and yet another and another man / woman and at the top of the log in photo stands a man; the fallen log lies in a forest setting with the trunks of three large trees in the background; to the right of the fallen log in the middle distance stands a horse and rider in a beam of sunlight.
"Works and Sun Sculpture Studios."
Type
image
Format
Photographs.
Nonprojected graphic
Extent
1 photographic print on stereo card : stereograph ; 3 1/2 x 7 in.
Identifier
(C)001391927CSL01-Aleph
(DRA)VVW-5264
Subject
Giant sequoias--California--Calaveras County
State parks & reserves--California--Calaveras County
Calaveras Big Trees State Park (Calif.)--Photographs
Stereographs
Photographic prints
Place
California
Calaveras County
Calaveras Big Trees State Park (Calif.)

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