6 Lake Tahoe landscapes (1866)

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These six photos of a beautiful, pristine Lake Tahoe are part of a set of albumen stereographs first published in 1866 by the reknowned photographers Lawrence & Houseworth. The originals are currently held by the Library of Congress in Washington, DC.


View from Rocky Point

The Eastern Shore of Lake Tahoe,  looking south, toward Cave Rock

View of the Eastern Shore of Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe, as seen from the Logan House

The Eastern Shore, looking north

Lake Tahoe, as seen from the Logan House

The Eastern Shore, looking south

The Lake House in Lake Tahoe, as seen from the lake

A view of the Forest near Lake Tahoe

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