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AMERICAN AND FOREIGN SCENERY
[Publishing city unknown]

Not much is known about this pirate company; not even their geographic origin of publication. What is known is that these views appeared sometime during the 1890ís. They issued religious, comics and miscellaneous subjects. American & Foreign Scenery views are somewhat scarce. They are all on regular sized mounts (3 Ĺ x 7) and most, if not all, images are pirated from other photographers.

Only three Yellowstone views by this company are known at this time. Yet it seems likely that a few more exist in private collections. They were produced on two different colored mounts, indicating separate printings.


VIRGINIA CANON ROAD, YELLOWSTONE.

The tan mount style of American & Foreign Scenery. This is an image of the now obsolete, Virginia Canon Road. The scene is taken near the base of Virginia Cascade, at the spot known as the Devilís Elbow.


CRYSTAL CASCADE BRIDGE, YELLOWSTONE.

The light brown mount style of American & Foreign Scenery. This photo shows an old bridge over Cascade Creek just yards above Crystal Falls near Canyon.


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