These photographs taken by the Kolb Brothers in 1911, opened up the splendors of the Grand Canyon to the people of the United States. They were about the fourth party to successfully traverse the canyon. These pictures were published by the Arizona-Campbell Art Co. The pictures are in the the original album with a picture of one of the brothers suspended from a rope, taking a picture. This is truly a wonderful example of early photography as well as the wonders of the Grand Canyon. The photos are great. A really expensive piece when new, each album's pictures were each hand tinted, except for the last photo (which was taken December 11, 1911) The folder is 11" X 14", the photos are 8" x 10" The folder is complete and in wonderful condition. There is an one inch tear on the cover and the back cover and last page have been turned back in the upper right hand corner. Published and copyrighted 1912 by Kolb Brothers, Grand Canyon, Arizona-Campbell Art Co, Elizabeth, N.J.
Item ID: BK-073
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