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Badlands on the Wind River, Wyoming

Date

1860s

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Artist: William Henry Jackson, American 1843 - 1942

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Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Transfer from the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Transferred from Geology Department Library, 2.2002.604

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Badlands on the Wind River, Wyoming

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Artist: William Henry Jackson, American 1843 - 1942

Date

1860s

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