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William Simpson (1823-1899), Mount Shasta, Siskiyou County, California.
From: The Illustrated London News, June 7, 1873.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Thomas Moran (1837-1926), Mount Shasta, from Castle Lake.
Drawn by Thomas Moran from a sketch by H.G. Bloomer
From: Benjamin Parke Avery. California Pictures in Prose and Verse. New York: Hurd and Houghton, 1878.
Courtesy of the College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Clinton Hart Merriam. Life Zones of Mount Shasta
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library. Mount Shasta Collection
Extreme Summit of Mount Shasta
From: Harper's New Monthly Magazine. Vol.55, No. 328 (September 1877).
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
April 29, 1964 First Day of Issue Stamp Commemorating John Muir
United States Postal Service
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
John Muir (1838-1914), Self-portrait, February 23, 1887
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Edward Kern (1823-1863), Forest Camp at Shastl Peak
From: John Charles Fremont. Memoirs of My Life. Chicago: Belford, Clarke and Company, 1887.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Eugene Camerer (1830-1898), Shasta Butte and Shasta Valley, Siskiyou County, 1856-58. Broadside.
From: Kuchel and Dresel, San Francisco. Original lithograph circa 1858. Reprinted in 1935 by John Howell, San Francisco.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Drawing of James Dwight Dana.
From: Smithsonian Institution. Annual Report, 1904.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Geodetic Survey Signal
Photo by XXX from XXX
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection.
Clark Crow Louis Agassiz Fuertes
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Audubon Warbler Louis Agassiz Fuertes
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Western Evening Grosbeak Louis Agassiz Fuertes
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Audubon Warbler Louis Agassiz Fuertes
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Poor-will Louis Agassiz Fuertes
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Mountain Chickadee Louis Agassiz Fuertes
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Sparrow Hawk J.L. Ridgway
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Red-tail J.L. Ridgway
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Calliope Hummingbird J.L. Ridgway
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Robin J.L. Ridgway
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Swainson Hawk J.L. Ridgway
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Squirrel Hawk J.L. Ridgway
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Prong-Horn Antelope W.J. Fenn
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
California Mole W.J. Fenn
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Western Badger W.J. Fenn
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
California Gray Fox W.J. Fenn
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Rock Cony W.J. Fenn after photograph F. Stephens
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Monterey Shrew W.J. Fenn
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Rufous Hummingbird
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Cassin Purple Finch
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Purple Finch Ernest Thompson
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Mink Ernest S. Thompson
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Marten Ernest S. Thompson
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Western Tanager Jacob Bates Abbott
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Pygmy, Red-breasted, and Slender-billed Nuthatches R. Bruce Horsfall
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Ruby-crowned and Western Golden-crowned Kinglets R. Bruce Horsfall
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Title Page of Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California C. Hart Merriam, 1899
From: Clinton Hart Merriam. Results of a Biological Survey of Mount Shasta, California. Washington D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Biological Survey, 1899.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Frontispiece from A Dweller on Two Planets Phylos the Thibetan
From: Frederick Spencer Oliver; and Phylos the Thibetan (spirit). A Dweller on Two Planets. Los Angeles: Poseid Publishing Company, 1929. First published in 1906. Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Shasta Pipe
From: Roland Burrage Dixon. The Huntington California Expedition: The Shasta. American Museum of Natural History, 1907. Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection.
Shasta Fish Net
From: Roland Burrage Dixon. The Huntington California Expedition: The Shasta. American Museum of Natural History, 1907. Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection.
Gilbert Munger (1863-1903), Mount Shasta. Oil on canvas. Dated 1867 (probably incorrectly dated)
Courtesy of Michael D. Schroeder at The Gilbert Munger Web Site
Arctic Three-toed Woodpecker Louis Agassiz Fuertes
Image from U.S. Fish and Wildlife at http://refuges.fws.gov/art/fuentes/
White-crowned Sparrow Louis Agassiz Fuertes
Image from U.S. Fish and Wildlife at http://refuges.fws.gov/art/fuentes/
Squirrel Titian Peale, 1821
Image courtesy of Carol Gerten-Jackson at A Virtual Art Museum
Alfred T. Agate (1812-1846), Chinook group inside a cedar plank lodge, Oregon, 1841
From: Charles Wilkes. Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition. Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, 1845. Image Courtesy Library of Congress American Memory Collection
Alfred T. Agate (1812-1846), Chinook women rocking baby suspended in cradleboard, Oregon.
From: Charles Wilkes. Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition. Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, 1845. Image Courtesy American Memory Collection
Alfred T. Agate (1812-1846), Kalapuya burial ground, Willamette Valley, Oregon.
From: Charles Wilkes. Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition. Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, 1845. Image Courtesy American Memory Collection
Titian Ramsey Peale (1799-1885), Engraving of the butterfly Papilio turnus.
From: Thomas Say. American Entomology: or Descriptions of the Insects of North America. Image Courtesy Library of Congress
Ski Pass for Snowman's Hill
Image from Dick Whitaker's Snowmen's Photo Album courtesy of Mount Shasta Ski Park.
Drawing of Ski Jump on Snowman's Hill
Image from Dick Whitaker's Snowmen's Album courtesy of Mount Shasta Ski Park.
Letterhead of Mount Shasta Snowmen
Image from Dick Whitaker's Snowmen's Album courtesy of Mount Shasta Ski Park.
Advertisement of a Mount Shasta Snowmen's Dance
Image courtesy of Heritage Junction of McCloud.
"Hercules," a redwood from the Mammoth Tree Grove, Calaveras County, California
Image from the Honeyman Collection of Early Californian and Western Pictorial Material via the California Heritage Collection.
Aaron Stein (1853-1900), California and Oregon Stage Company. Broadside.
Image from the Honeyman Collection of Early Californian and Western Pictorial Material via the California Digital Library.
James D. Smillie (1833-1909), Mount Shasta
From: William Cullen Bryant. Picturesque America. New York: Appleton, 1872. Vol. 1. Image from the Honeyman Collection of Early Californian and Western Pictorial Material via the California Digital Library.
National Air Mail Week May 15-21 1938 First Day Issue with Mount Shasta Snowmen label
May 21, 1938 First Day Issue courtesy of Debbie Harton.
Juan Buckingham Wandesforde (1817-1902), Mount Shasta. Watercolor. Circa 1863. (San Francisco Artist)
Courtesy Historical Collections of the Turtle Bay Museums, Redding, California.
Juan Buckingham Wandesforde (1817-1902) , Mount Shasta. Watercolor. (San Francisco Artist)
From: Jeanne Van Nostrand. The First Hundred Years of Painting in California. San Francisco: John Howell Books, 1980.
James Dwight Dana (1813-1895). Shaste Peak. Engraving published 1849 (sketched 1841)is the second-ever published view of Mount Shasta). (Wilkes Expedition Artist)
From: James Dwight Dana. Notes on Upper California. In: American Journal of Science and Arts, 1849, 2nd Series, Vol, 7. Courtesy Historical Collections of the Turtle Bay Museums, Redding, California.
James Dwight Dana (1813-1895). Sketch of Mount Shasta from notebook of J.D. Dana during Wilkes Expedition, 1841. (Wilkes Expedition Artist)
Courtesy Yale University Library, Dept. of Manuscripts and Archives, under microfilm title HM 160.
Titian Ramsay Peale (1799-1885), Sutter's Fort, 1841. Watercolor. (Earliest known artwork of Sutter's Fort, 1841).(Wilkes Expedition Artist)
Courtesy American Philosophical Society.
Drawing of Darlingtonia californica collected by William Brackenridge during the Wilkes Expedition
From: John Torrey. On the Darlingtonia Californica, A New Pitcher Plant, from Northern California. In: Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge, April, 1853.
John J. Young (1830-1879), Klamath Lake (1855). (Railroad Survey Artist)
From: Henry Larcom Abbot. Report of Lieut. Henry L. Abbot...In: Pacific Survey Reports, Vol. VI, Washington, D.C., 1857.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
John J. Young (1830-1879), Klamath Lake (1855). (Railroad Survey Artist)
From: Henry Larcom Abbot. Report of Lieut. Henry L. Abbot...In: Pacific Survey Reports, Vol. VI, Washington, D.C., 1857.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Edward Kern (1823-1863), Shastl Peak [detail][sketched 1846] (Fremont Expedition Artist)
From: John Charles Fremont: Memoirs of My Life. Chicago: Belford, Clarke and Company, 1887.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Edward Kern (1823-1863) (Fremont Expedition Artist)
From: John Charles Fremont: Memoirs of My Life. Chicago: Belford, Clarke and Company, 1887.
Courtesy Montagne Collection.
Edward Kern (1823-1863), The Buttes-Sacramento Valley. (Fremont Expedition Artist)
From: John Charles Fremont: Memoirs of My Life. Chicago: Belford, Clarke and Company, 1887.
Courtesy Montagne Collection.
Portrait of John C. Fremont
From: Robert V. Hine. In the Shadow of Fremont. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1982.
John J. Young (1830-1879), Lassen's Butte from Vicinity of Camp 18 [sketched 1855] (Railroad Survey Artist)
From: Henry Larcom Abbot. Report of Lieut. Henry L. Abbot...In: Pacific Survey Reports, Vol. VI, Washington, D.C., 1857.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Frederick von Egloffstein (1824-1838), Portion of the Main Mountain Passage of the Upper Sacramento or Pit River [sketched 1854]. (Railroad Survey Artist)
From: Pacific Railroad Survey Reports, Vol. XI, Section 2. Washington, D.C., 1861.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
John J. Young (1830-1879), Klamath Lake.
From: Henry Larcom Abbot. Report of Lieut. Henry L. Abbot...In: Pacific Survey Reports, Vol. VI, Washington, D.C., 1857.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
John J. Young (1830-1879), Klamath Lake.
From: Henry Larcom Abbot. Report of Lieut. Henry L. Abbot... In: Pacific Survey Reports, Vol. VI, Washington, D.C., 1857.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
John J. Young (1830-1879), Juniperus occidentalis [and Pilot Rock]
From: Henry Larcom Abbot. Report of Lieut. Henry L. Abbot...In: Pacific Survey Reports, Vol. VI, Washington, D.C., 1857.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Clarence King (1842-1901), Sketch of Mount Lassen (1864). (Clarence King)
From: William Henry Brewer. Up and Down California in 1860-1864. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Robert Swain Gifford (1840-1905), Mount Shasta (Early Illustrator)
From: William Cullen Bryant. Picturesque America. New York: Appleton, 1872. Vol. 1. (variant print; similar to the Mount Shasta engraving by James D. Smillie. Gifford engraving probably from the 48-part subscriber series edition of Picturesque America). Courtesy Montagne Collection.
William Simpson (1823-1899), "Kloochy Indian shooting salmon on the McCloud River" (Early Illustrator)
From: Harper's Weekly, July 21, 1888.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
William Simpson (1823-1899), A Log Hut in California (Sisson's cabin near Mount Shasta). Sketched in 1873. (Early Illustrator)
From: Illustrated London News, March 17, 1877. Reproduced in Paul Hogarth. Artists on Horseback. New York: Watson-Guptill, 1972. Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
William Simpson (1823-1899), The Modoc War. (Early Illustrator)
From: London Illustrated News, May 31, 1873.
Courtesy Montagne Collection.
Bolles. John Muir Snowbound on Mount Shasta
From: John Muir. The Wild Sheep of the Sierra. In: Scribner's Monthly, May, 1881, Vol. 22, No. 1.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
William Keith (1838-1911), Shasta, All in Snow. Oil on canvas. 30 1/2 x 50 in. (San Francisco Artist)
From: Ann Harlow, editor. William Keith: The Saint Mary's College Collection, Second printing with Supplement. Moraga: Hearst Art Gallery, Saint Mary's College, 1988.
William Keith (1838-1911), Canyon View, ca. 1878. Oil on canvas. (San Francisco Artist)
Courtesy Historical Collections of the Turtle Bay Museums, Redding, California.
William Keith (1838-1911), Mount Shasta. Oil on canvas. (San Francisco Artist)
Courtesy private collection.
William Keith (1838-1911), Black Butte. Watercolor. (San Francisco Artist)
From:The Watercolors of William Keith.
William Keith (1838-1911), Forest scene with Mount Shasta in Background, 1878. Pencil sketch from notebook. (San Francisco Artist)
Courtesy Oakland Museum.
William Keith (1838-1911), "Sisson's Berry Valley, 1878." Pencil sketch from notebook. (San Francisco Artist)
Courtesy Oakland Museum.
William Keith (1838-1911), Mount Shasta. (San Francisco Artist)
From: Stephen Vincent, editor. O'California. San Francisco: Bedford Arts, Publishers, 1990. Courtesy Stanford University Art Museum.
William Keith (1838-1911), Klamath Lake with Pelicans and Mount McLaughlin. Oil on canvas, 22 x 32 in. (San Francisco Artist)
From: Ann Harlow, editor. William Keith: The Saint Mary's College Collection, Second printing with Supplement. Moraga: Hearst Art Gallery, Saint Mary's College, 1988.
William Keith (1838-1911),engraving for Overland Mail Route broadside. Portland: Corbett and Co., 1866. (San Francisco Artist)
From: Michael D Heaston. Catalog 21-Texas and the Greater Southwest. Austin: Michael D. Heaston, no date.
Thaddeus Welch (1844-1919), Mount Shasta. Signed and dated 1874. Oil on canvas, 30 by 50 inches. (San Francisco Artist)
Butterfield and Butterfield. American and California Paintings and Sculpture (auction catalog), June 15, 1995; Sale 6254, lot 4165.
Thaddeus Welch (1844-1919), Self-portrait.
From: Broekhoff, Helen V. Thad Welch Pioneer and Painter. Oakland: Oakland Art Museum, 1966.
Thomas Hill (1829-1908), Farm at Mount Shasta (Sisson's Inn). Oil on paper, 13 x 20 in. Courtesy Candace McKee Ashman. (San Francisco Artist)
From: Janice T. Driesbach. Direct from Nature: The Oil Sketches of Thomas Hill. Yosemite: Yosemite Association, 1997.
Thomas Hill (1829-1908), Mount Shasta from Castle Lake, ca. 1888. Oil on board, 14 x 21 in. (San Francisco Artist)
From: Janice T. Driesbach. Direct from Nature: The Oil Sketches of Thomas Hill. Yosemite: Yosemite Association, 1997. Painting courtesy The Gilcrese Museum, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Thomas Hill (1829-1908), Castle Crags seen from the Northwest. (San Francisco Artist)
From: John Muir. Picturesque California. San Francisco: J. Dewing Company, 1888.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Thomas Hill (1829-1908) (San Francisco Artist)
From: John Muir. Picturesque California. San Francisco: J. Dewing Company, 1888.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Thomas Hill (1829-1908), The Three Zones of Mount Shasta. (San Francisco Artist)
From: John Muir. Picturesque California. San Francisco: J. Dewing Company, 1888.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Thomas Hill (1829-1908), The Summit of Shasta (San Francisco Artist)
From: John Muir. Picturesque California. San Francisco: J. Dewing Company, 1888.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta CollectionCourtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Thomas Hill (1829-1908), Sisson's Inn, near Mount Shasta. Oil on Paper, 14 x 21 in. (San Francisco Artist)
From: Garzoli Gallery, San Raphel, California. Courtesy John Garzoli. Image also reproduced in: Janice T. Driesbach. Direct from Nature: The Oil Sketches of Thomas Hill. Yosemite: Yosemite Association, 1997. Painting courtesy The Gilcrese Museum, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Thomas Hill (1829-1908), Portrait of J. H. Sisson (San Francisco Artist)
Courtesy Sisson Museum, Mount Shasta City, California.
Thomas Hill (1829-1908), Squaw Valley near Now-Ow-Wa (Old Grizzly's Den Invaded), ca. 1888. Oil on Board, 14 x 21 in. (San Francisco Artist)
From: Janice T. Driesbach. Direct from Nature: The Oil Sketches of Thomas Hill. Yosemite: Yosemite Association, 1997. Painting courtesy The Gilcrese Museum, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Peter Baumgras (1827-1903). Three Artists Sketching (Juan B. Wandesforde, Thomas Hill, and William Marple). June 10, 1873. Pencil on paper, 8 3/8 by 10 3/4. (San Francisco Artist)
From: Janice T. Driesbach. Direct from Nature: The Oil Sketches of Thomas Hill. Yosemite: Yosemite Association, 1997. Collection, California Historical Society.
James Everett Stuart (1852-1941), Sunset Glow, Mount Shasta from Sissons, Cal. Painted Oct. 30., 1921. (San Francisco Artist)
Courtesy Private Collection.
Backside of above painting James Everett Stuart (San Francisco Artist)
Courtesy Private Collection.
James Everett Stuart (1852-1941) (San Francisco Artist)
Courtesy Private Collection.
Alphonso Herman Broad (1851-1930) (San Francisco Artist)
Courtesy Historical Collections of the Turtle Bay Museums, Redding, California.
Albert Bierstadt (1830-1902), Mount Shasta and Castle Lake. Oil on paper. (San Francisco Artist)
Courtesy Blaine and Diane Fogg.
Albert DeRome (1885-1959), Mount Shasta. Watercolor. (San Francisco Artist
Courtesy Historical Collections of the Turtle Bay Museums, Redding, California.
A. Cedro (active circa 1910) (Local Artist)
Courtesy Historical Collections of the Turtle Bay Museums, Redding, California.
A.L. McBride
Courtesy Historical Collections of the Turtle Bay Museums, Redding, California.
Earl Lamb (1889-1984). Timber wolves and Mount Shasta.
Courtesy Historical Collections of the Turtle Bay Museums, Redding, California.
William Keith (1838-1911). (San Francisco Artist)
Source unknown.
Frederick Ferdinand Schafer (1839-1927) (San Francisco Artist)
From: Jerome H. Saltzer. Frederick Ferdinand Schafer Painting Catalog.
Frederick Ferdinand Schafer (1839-1927), Mount Shasta. Unsigned painting. (San Francisco Artist)
Courtesy Historical Collections of the Turtle Bay Museums, Redding, California.
Ransom Gillette Holdredge (1836-1899). (San Francisco Artist)
Courtesy Historical Collections of the Turtle Bay Museums, Redding, California.
Carlos Hittell (1861-1938), Mount Shasta. (San Francisco Artist)
Boggs Collection. Courtesy Shasta Courthouse Museum, California State Park System.
Carlos Hittell (1861-1938), Mount Shasta. Oil on canvas, unsigned oil sketch from the artist's estate. (San Francisco Artist)
Courtesy Historical Collections of the Turtle Bay Museums, Redding, California.
Harry Cassie Best (1863-1936), Mount Shasta. (San Francisco Artist)
From: George Wharton James. Harry Cassie Best: Painter of the Yosemite Valley, California Oaks, and California Mountains. Ca. 1910. Courtesy Montagne Collection.
Harry Cassie Best (1863-1936), Mount Shasta. Oil on canvas. (San Francisco Artist)
Courtesy private Collection.
Edwin Deakin (1838-1936), Samuel Marsden Brooks Painting in his Studio. Signed and dated 1876. (San Francisco Artist)
From: Butterfield and Butterfield. American and California Paintings and Scupture (auction catalog), June 15, 1995; Sale 6254, lot 4168.
Charles Dorman Robinson (1847-1933), Mount Shasta (San Francisco Artist)
From: Butterfield and Butterfield. Auction Catalog.
Frederick A. Butman (1821-1871), Mount Shasta. (San Francisco Artist)
Courtesy Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, California.
William Weaver Armstrong (1862-1906) (San Francisco Artist)
Courtesy Dr. and Mrs. Edward H. Boseker.
William Samuel Parrott (1844-1915), Mount Shasta. (Pacific Northwest Artist)
Courtesy Historical Collections of the Turtle Bay Museums, Redding, California.
Cover Art. (Visionary Art)
From: Walter von Finck, editor. The New Visionaries from Mount Shasta. Ashland: Lapis Dragon, 1989.
Carl Oscar Borg (1879-1947), Mount Shasta. (Plein Air Painter)
Courtesy Hearst Family.
Henry Joseph Breuer, Mount Shasta (Plein Air Painter)
Courtesy Stanford Museum of Art, Palo Alto, California.
Henry Joseph Breuer (1860-1932) (Plein Air Painter)
From: Butterfield and Butterfield. Auction Catalog.
Gertrude A. Brooks (a.1920's), Mount Shasta (Women Artists)
Courtesy Historical Collections of the Turtle Bay Museums, Redding, California.
R. Ellen Nickerson (1861-1941). Mount Shasta. Pastel. (Women Artists)
Courtesy Historical Collections of the Turtle Bay Museums, Redding, California.
Mabel Moores Frisbee, Mount Shasta. Watercolor. (Women Artists)
Courtesy Shasta College, Redding, California.
Eleanor Lee Templeman (1906-1900). Castle Crags. Gouache. (Women Artists)
Courtesy Historical Collections of the Turtle Bay Museums, Redding, California.
Grace R. Fountain (1857-1942), Mount Shasta. (Women Artists)
Courtesy Historical Collections of the Turtle Bay Museums, Redding, California.
Alice Matilda Reading (1859-1939), Mount Lassen and the Rancho Buenaventura. Oil on Canvas. (Women Artists)
Courtesy Historical Collections of the Turtle Bay Museums, Redding, California.
William Seltzer Rice (1873-1963), "Mt. Shasta by Night." Woodblock print. (Woodblock Artist)
Courtesy Historical Collections of the Turtle Bay Museums, Redding, California.
Frank Morley Fletcher(1866-1949), Mount Shasta. Woodblock print. (Woodblock Artist)
From: Noticias, Quarterly Bulletin of the Santa Barbara Historical Society, Vol. XVI, No. 1, Winter 1970. Courtesy Montagne Collection.
Arthur Bowen Davies (1862-1928), Mount Shasta, ca.1908. Oil on board. (East Coast Artists)
Courtesy Montagne Collection.
John Warren Doty (1870-1959) (Local Artist)
Courtesy Richard Frey Collection.
Frederick Ferdinand Schafer (1839-1927), Mount Shasta from Shasta Lake?, California. Oil on Canvas, 20 by 36 inches.
From: Jerome Saltzer. Frederick Ferdinand Schafer Painting Catalog. Image record FFSd0196. Photo Credit: William Dick.
Philip Carnine (1884-1976), Mount Shasta. Oil on board. (Local Artist)
Courtesy Historical Collections of the Turtle Bay Museums, Redding, California.
Philip Carnine (1884-1976), Mount Shasta. Watercolor. (Local Artist)
Courtesy Historical Collections of the Turtle Bay Museums, Redding, California.
Anonymous. Painting of Mount Shasta. Oil on Board.
Private Collection.
Anonymous. Backside of painting.
Private Collection.
William Dakin, Mount Shasta City, 1951
Courtesy of Burlingame Antiques.
Cover from brochure.
From: This is California. Sacramento: News Publishing Company, 1928 (December). Courtesy Montagne Collection.
Cleveland Rockwell (1837-1907), Mount Shasta
From: Butterfield and Butterfield. Auction catalog.
Maurice Logan (1886-1977), Cover from Shasta Route
From: Shasta Route: A Picture Journey over Shasta Route (45 full page photographs). San Francisco: Southern Pacific Company, c. 1920s. Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Pedro Lemos (1882-1954)
From: Blue and Gold, 1922. Berkeley: University of California, 1921, (Yearbook). Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Cover illustration.
From: Southern Pacific Railroad. The Road of a Thousand Wonders. Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Front page, Yreka Newspaper, County Fair issue, circa 1920. "Siskiyou the Golden"
Courtesy Blue Goose Railroad Collection, Yreka, California.
Sutton Palmer (1854-1933). Book cover.
From: Mary Austin. California: The Land of the Sun. New York: Macmillian, 1914. Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Sutton Palmer (1854-1933), Mount Shasta.
From: Mary Austin. California- The Land of the Sun. New York: Macmillian, 1914. Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Albert Bierstadt (1830-1902), A Rest on the Ride. Circa 1863, 30 by 50 inches, Private Collection.
From: Gerald Peters Gallery. Bierstadt's West (exhibition catalog). Santa Fe: Gerald Peters Gallery, 1997. Courtesy Gerald Peters Gallery.
Frederick Ferdinand Schafer (1839-1927), Mount Shasta. Oil on canvas, 30 by 50 inches.
From: Jerome H. Saltzer. Frederick Ferdinand Schafer Painting Catalog, Image Record img0548. Photo credit: Maxwell Galleries, LTD., San Francisco.
John J. Young (1830-1879), Shasta Butte and Shasta Valley from a Point near Camp 79A [1854-5]
From: Henry Larcom Abbot. Report of Lieut. Henry L. Abbot... In: Pacific Survey Reports, Vol. VI, Washington, D.C., 1857.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Thomas Almond Ayres (1816-1858), Mount Shasta, at the Head Waters of the Sacramento Valley, near Cotton Wood Creek, California.
From: Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, Jan 30, 1858.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection
Thomas Moran (1839-1926), Mt. Shasta and Mud Creek Canyon from the East. Engraving.
From: Thomas Magee. Mount Shasta. In: Scribner's Monthly, May, 1883.
Henry Eld (years), Encampment after the Peacocks's Wreck, at Mouth of Columbia, 1841.
From: From Edward Eberstadt and Sons. The Northwest Coast. Catalogue No. 119. New York, no date.
Courtesy College of the Siskiyous Library Mount Shasta Collection.

 

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