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Mammoth Arbor Vitae
Lapham, J. M., artist
Britton & Rey, printer
Last, Jay T., donor
Date Created and/or Issued
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Huntington Library
Jay T. Last Collection of Graphic Arts and Social History
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Image of an eye-level landscape view of a large sequoia redwood tree in Calaveras County, California, with Native Americans, a tipi, and white tourists in formal dress viewing the tree; a to-scale drawing of a pine cone on a branch at bottom center.
"From Nature by J. M. Lapham."--text, bottom left margin. "Lith. Britton & Rey, San Francisco"--text, bottom right margin. "Standing on the Head Waters of the Stanislaus & San Antoine Rivers, in Calaveras County, California. Diametre [sic] 31 Feet at the Base,- Circumference 96 Feet - Height 290 ft. - 3000 Years Old"--text, bottom margin. "Entered according to Act of congress in the year 1853 by [?] H. [?]anford, in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the Northern Distt. of California"--text, bottom margin centered.
1 lithograph : uncolored ; overall 57.15 x 42.86 cm (22 1/2 x 16 7/8 in.)
Calaveras County (Calif.)--Pictorial works
Wilderness areas--Pictorial works
Indians of North America--Pictorial works
Tipis--North America--Pictorial works
Tourism--Pictorial works
Trees--Pictorial works
Giant sequoia--Pictorial works
Lithographs--1850-1875. (gmgpc)
Views. (gmgpc)
Jay T. Last Collection
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The Jay T. Last Collection of Graphic Arts and Social History, Huntington Digital Library

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