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    Salt Lake City, Utah: Four Early Carte de Visites. including 1) Identified by the collector as Bringham Young Compound with a photographer's backmark reading "George H. Johnson's Pioneer Gallery, Austin, Lander County, N. T." Some soiling and clipped corners. 2) View of Salt Lake City from the First National Bank. Marked on verso " C. W. Carter Portrait and View Artist Salt Lake City, Utah." with handwritten name penned as "Mrs. F. H. King." Excellent. 3) Thousand Mile Tree, marked on the back "Savage & Ottinger Fine Art Gallery, Great Salt Lake City, Utah." Light soiling else excellent. 4) Cottonwood Canyon with the back marked "C. R. Savage, ( Late Savage & Ottinger,) Pioneer Art Gallery." The image is identified in period ink on the verso. Excellent.From the estate collection of E.F. Mueller.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2014
    8th Saturday
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