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Photographs primarily consisting of exquisite landscapes of Beard’s adopted mountain west. Usually these landscapes were not identified by place. However, frequent subjects included the Uinta mountains of the Grandaddy Lakes region, his family retreat in Glendale on the upper Weber River, and the Tetons or the Wind River Range in Wyoming.
A set of topographic maps of pre-World War II Germany, originally printed by the German government, and confiscated by the British and U. S. military after the war. Most of these maps are reprints by the British Geographical Section, General Staff, or the U. S. Army Map Service.
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