The Mammoth Sequoia Trees of California by Middleton and Strobridge

In one of the great oil colored chromolithographs of called Mammoth Trees, Middleton, Strobridge & Co. created this historical capture of life in a Sequoia grove in the 1800s. As detailed from the Library of Congress, the print shows several giant sequoias, each identified by name, circumference, and height, with a small building in the middle ground and tourists walking among the trees.

Title

The mammoth trees (Sequoia gigantea), California (Calaveras County) / executed in oil colors by Middleton, Strobridge & Co., Cin. O.

Publisher

Middleton, Strobridge & Co.

Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1860 by A.J. Campbell in the clerks office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of Ohio.

Credit

Public Domain

https://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2006676654/

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