WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON, photographer
LEADVILLE, COLORADO, circa 1881, WHJ #1201
LEADVILLE, COLORADO, circa 1881, WHJ #1202
LEADVILLE ICE PALACE, 1896
LEADVILLE FROM CAPITOL HILL, WHJ #1204
Fryer Hill & Mosquito Pass, WHJ #662
Leadville, Col., West, WHJ #634.
Leadville, West, WHJ #629
Leadville from Carbonate Hill, WHJ #1202
The above cabinet card image of Leadville from Carbonate Hill was numbered the same as another Jackson view of the same name; however, it is a slightly different view, so I have labeled this photograph WHJ #1202b, simply for convenience of reference.
The Robert E. Lee Mine, Leadville, WHJ #1225
Photograph has several condition problems: a) stain in upper right-hand area; b) albumen flaw in upper left-hand area; and, c) a bend and resulting crack in the albumen in the lower left-hand area.
The Boulevard, Leadville, WHJ #1231
Leadville, S.E. from the Central Fire Station, WHJ #988
Please note: while this Jackson photograph has excellent tones and contrasts, it has not been mounted on a cabinet card, and therefore the reduced pricing.
Mount Massive, from Iron Hill, WHJ #1237
CARSON’S STAGE AND EXPRESS LINE, circa 1885
Evergreen Lakes, Leadville, Colo., C. Morales Photo. #1096
Image dimensions: 7-3/8 inches by 4-1/2 inches. Mount dimensions: 12 inches by 9-1/2 inches.
HERE’S WHERE WE LIVE, by Alfred Brisbois, Leadville, Colorado
TWIN LAKES, F. A. Nims, #141, 14 miles from Leadville, Colorado, circa 1885
Twin Lakes, near Leadville, Passengers on Des Moines boat, circa 1885
VIEW FROM MOSQUITO PASS, G. D. Wakely Photo, circa 1878
SUNSET ON TWIN LAKES, Mellen photograph, 1888
LEADVILLE, COLORADO Photograph album pages, on thick gray card, circa 1899.
Set of photograph album pages. Dimensions of each page: 10-3/4 inches by 7 inches. Front and back of each page have mounted photographs.
Leadville Photo Album Page 1A
Front of Leadville album Page 1A: Malta Schoolhouse, Malta, near Leadville, Colorado
Back of Leadville album page 1: a group of Leadville residences; Messrs Baldwin & Muzzy at Sunday afternoon devotion
Leadville Album Page 2A
Album Page 2A: Harrison Avenue, Leadville principal business street; Another view of Leadville, Stringtown to the right and Bimetallic Smelter to the left, in foreground.
Top photo: Front View of rotary, Denver & Rio Grande Railway. Bottom photo: Tunnel dug on sidewalk on Ninth Street, Leadville.
Photo Album Page 3A
Album Page 3A: Top, One of the incidents of snow shoeing; 3B, A Hockey Game, Palace Rink, Leadville, February 1899.
Album Page 3B: Top, Arkansas Valley Railroad track snow cut; Bottom, Looking along Arkansas Valley tracks at switch joining Denver & Rio Grande.
Album Page 4a
Album Page 4A: Top, Denver & Rio Grande rotary part way through slide; Bottom, Victory!
Album Page 4b
Album Page 4b: Top, D&RG traveling tracks already cleared; Bottom, All hands taking a much deserved breathing spell.
Album Page 5
Album Page 5a: Top, Several engines mired in snow at Hagerman, on the Colorado Midland; Bottom, Stringtown from road opposite Arkansas Valley Smelter.
Album Page 5B
Album Page 5b: train rotary clearing snow, 1899.
Price for group of 5 album pages, Leadville, 1899 (total of 18 albumen images): $650.00