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Mrs. Fly, The Photographer
Mollie Fly was the unsung heroine of Tombstone pictures.
The Lens of History
A small band of determined photographers captured the humanity and the enormity of the construction of the transcontinental railroad for future generations.
Lost Photo of Crook’s Scout Discovered?
An unseen stereoview by John Campbell Burge opens up the discussion.
Not Easily Intimidated
The steely nerve required to photograph the only known images of Indians still at war.
Paul Andrew Hutton
What Did Photographers Use Before Flash Powder was Invented?
C.S. Fly’s industrious wife saved historical views of Territorial Arizona from going up in flames.
When C.S. Fly Shot Geronimo
Making memories at the Cañon de los Embudos surrender site.
The Earps Threatened C.S. Fly?
Hayden’s Hallowed Expedition
The 150th anniversary of the birth of the American West’s four major surveys.
Thomas P. Huber
The Wandering Visionary
Charles Fletcher Lummis’s epic life began in the East but his exploits transformed the West.