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PAN AMERICAN PHOTO ART COMPANY
A.K.A. PAN AMERICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY

Salt Lake City, Utah

The Pan American Photo Art Company and the Pan American Publishing Company were essentially the same entity, producing good quality views out of Salt Lake City during the 1890ís and 1900ís. The company issued scarce United States scenery and genre views on curved mounts. Their subjects were quite varied, among them; the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire, the St. Louis Expo of 1904, Niagara Falls, Southern California Missions and assorted genre views. Many of the images were credited to J. B. King (an unknown Utah photographer). Numbers have been seen into the 4,000ís but the actual total issued are far fewer than that.

Yellowstone is represented by both company names. They are quite scarce, though several dozen may have been originally printed.


....1682 Boat Landing, Yellowstone Lake, U.S.A..

This view of the boat landing on Yellowstone Lake was published under the Pan American Photo Art Co. name. These were issued on tan mounts and are quite rare.


....2507 Golden Gate Canyon, Yellowstone Park, U.S.A.

The Pan American Publishing Co. produced mounts in the traditional gray style. They are later issues than the style above.


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