Coshocton, OH: A.E. Dickerson, Original Stereographs, (c.1890). Stereoview. Albumen photograph [8.5 cm x 15 cm] on a gray Dickerson mount [9 cm x 18 cm] Minor rubbing to corners of mount. Nice contrasts. Item #4403
Nice bird's-eye view of upper Bingham and into the Canyon. A.E. Dickerson had a studio in Coshocton, Ohio and visited Utah, Idaho and Colorado in the early 1890s.
"Bingham is a little like the gambler. Crowded together in their gulch without bringing-up or ear-washing, the people of the camp have evolved into a community, though it took a long time and there were a lot of graves in the local Boot Hill before the transformation came about. Maybe the copper sulphide in the soil destroyed the germs of evil in those old rowdies as it destroyed the typhus germs in the garbage-laden creek. Or maybe the camp simply grew up. At any rate Bingham gets along better with the rest of the state now." - Wallace Stegner 'Mormon Country' p.268.