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DPC Nature
Nature, as portrayed by the Detroit Publishing Company photographers, was awe-inspiring, majestic, and mysterious. Their scenic photographs often resembled landscape paintings. People appeared as part of the scenery. The growing tourist industry fed the interest in scenic views, which were the most popular of the company's photographs.
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Royal Gorge, Colorado

Photochrom Print, Color Lithograph
Detroit Photographic Company
William H. Jackson, Photographer
Printed about 1900 based on a photograph made in 1885  
Height 7-1/8"; Width 3-5/8"

DPC print stock # 51036
Accession ID # 37.102.97

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Image of: Three scenic views of Colorado mountain canyons, view 1

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