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Image height: 23.875 in, Image width: 33.75 in, Sheet height: 25.875 in, Sheet width: 36.25 in
Panoramic Views: The East Gallatin Range from the South East, Yellowstone River from Sepulchre Mt., Volcanic Tertiary Mountains, Mt. Evarts from Mammoth Hot Springs
Gift of Donald G. Browne
U.S. GEOLOGICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEY OF THE TERRITORIES, F.V. HAYDEN IN CHARGE/ PANORAMIC VIEWS. [under TL image:] THE EAST GALLATIN RANGE FROM THE SOUTH EAST/ WITH THE GIBBON GEYSER BASIN IN THE FOREGROUND [under TR image:] YELLOWSTONE RIVER FROM SEPULCHRE MT/ LOOKING DOWN [under center image:] VOLCANIC TERTIARY MOUNTAINS/ NORTH OF THE EAST FORK OF YELLOWSTONE RIVER [under bottom image:] MT EVARTS FROM MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS/STRATA CHIEFLY CRETACEOUS
Exhibit catalog: Drawn to Yellowstone, Artists in America's First National Park, by Peter H. Hassrick, University of Washington Press, Seattle, 2002, exhibit at the Autry Museum of Western Heritage, Los Angeles, page 53