The Scenic California collection contains 14 mounted albumen prints taken circa 1885 by Carleton E. Watkins.
Carleton E. Watkins was born in Oneonta, Oswego county, New York, on November 11, 1829. He was the youngest of five children
of a Scottish innkeeper. During his youth he became acquainted with Collis P. Huntington, who frequented his father's hotel.
Soon after the discovery of gold, both young men went to California, where Huntington later became one of the Big Four who
built the Central Pacific Railroad.
14 photographic albumen prints, 18 x 22 cm.; mounted, 23 x 36 cm.
14 digital objects
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Restricted originals. Use viewing prints only: shelved as BANC PIC 1965.008--PIC. Use of originals only by permission of the
Curator of Pictorial Collections, The Bancroft Library.