William Henry Jackson Panoramic Promotional View for "Denver's Popular Hotel The Albany" and the Denver Chamber of Commerce
Fine panoramic view of Denver, looking to the west, from taken from the Central Presbyterian Church tower at 17th and Sherman, by William Henry Jackson, often called the foremost photographer of the American West.
The State Capital Building is on the far left, with the area near the Brown Palace Hotel in the foreground at the far right. In the distance, the snow capped mountains extend from Mount Hahn to Pike's Peak and Devil's Head.
The second image of our description shows two different angles of the original shipping tube which accompanied the panorama when it was printed.
The view was created from 4 separate photos, which have been joined in the printing process.
The copy in the Denver Public Library shows the photographer as W.H. Jackson.
The Denver Public Library has a folding copy of the view.