Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
The photographer made this albumen photograph shot from high ground south and east of Lexington, Va. looking northwest. It's an unusual vantage point. The Lexington fair grounds and Stonewall Jackson Cemetery are visible.
This collection consists of one cabinet photo of a field and a creek bed with mountains in the distance. It is likely taken of Virginia or West Virginia.
The image is copied from a photograph printed in the 1920 Washington and Lee yearbook, The Calyx. It includes the DeHart Hotel, the 'Mullberry Hill' residence, and the Spottswood Styles residence, now which is now Woods Creek Montessori School. The image predates Route 60 West. Though the photographer is not identified, it is likely Michael Miley.
This collection consists of a contemporary copy of an earlier photograph of Jordan's Point at East Lexington, Virginia and includes the train trestle and covered bridge both spanning the Maury River.
This collection consists of a photograph of a river scene of 'Great Falls' of James River at Richmond, Virginia. There is a stone wall on the far side of the river in the background, which is evidence of a former canal. The second photograph is of the ca. 1833 engraving of the painting 'Richmond, from the hill above the waterworks' by George Cooke.