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AMATEUR & UNKNOWN PUBLISHERS

There are many individuals who visited Yellowstone with stereoview camera in hand, who unfortunately did not record for history their identity. Dozens of different styles and scenes of Yellowstone have appeared with not a hint as to the photographer or the date of the photo. New, unknown stereoviews continue to surface, while others, slowly get identified. Some examples of these uncredited images are shown below. Certainly some of these photographers were amateurs, but scattered through these mysterious images may be some of the "missing" photos of E. O. Beaman, A. F. Thrasher, Henry Peabody and T. J. Hine. If you recognize the identity of a photographer of any of these stereoviews, please pass the information along.


Paul Rubinstein Collection

Rustic Falls

This uncredited view of Rustic Falls is a more recent, curved mount stereoview. Probably 1905 or later.


Paul Rubinstein Collection

Untitled View of Beaver Lake

An identified scene, this view actually shows Beaver Lake, just south of Obsidian Cliff.


Untitled View of Riverside Geyser

A larger sized, 4 x 7, Imperial Mount. This Riverside eruption can be dated by the sign on the opposite side of the Firehole River.


Cone of Giant Geyser

An unidentified man peers into the cone of Giant Geyser. Year unknown.


Bob Berry Collection

[View of Norris Geyser Basin]

An uncredited cabinet sized view of Norris Geyser Basin. This stereoview has what appears to be Italian written on the obverse. It is likely by a professional Italian stereographer of the 1880s.


Paul Rubinstein Collection

4003 Jupiters Terrace. Yellowstone Park.

The Mammoth Terrace scene above is actually an original photograph by F. Jay Haynes. However the issuer of this pirate series is unknown.


175. Mammoth Hot Springs. The Pulpit.

If any view is by one of the "missing" photographers of Yellowstone it is this one. The view comes from a series of at least 10 similar photos. They are large, professional, and the negative numbers can be seen scratched into photos themselves. Possibly they are H. B. Calfee views.


Untitled View of women at Kepler Cascades.

An amateur view of Kepler Cascades near Old Faithful. The women are likely the photographer's traveling companions.


Bob Berry Collection

Orange Mound Terrace

An odd view of one of the upper terraces at Mammoth, mounted on thin paper stock. It probably came from a book of similar images.


Untitled View of Stagecoach in Gardner River Canyon

Many amateur stereographers captured images on their tours of Yellowstone. This one is in Gardiner Canyon between Mammoth and Gardiner.


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