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This is a an amazing photo of "Pearl and Tyler Streets" in Monterey California. It was taken in the 1800's by photographer Albert Dressler and has his mark in the lower rt. corner. This is a part of early Monterey history done by a listed photographer. It is an old vintage print but I am unable to say when it was made. It shows people standing in front of a drug store and the Union Saloon. They are wearing hats. It is vintage and in very good condition. It will look amazing framed. I have another of his photos listed.

Albert Dressler: Took California photos from 1850- 1894. He was a photographer who took photos of: The First theatre in California -- Pacific House -- David Spencer House -- Ruins of Mexican jail -- Monterey Whaling Company -- Quartet House. Other photos show the bay, wharf, and boats; Chinese fishermen; street views showing businesses and inhabitants; adobe buildings; the Custom House, etc.

About the Photo: Title supplied by cataloger.
"Dressler" in negative on photographs. Dressler may have made the photographic copies.
Many captioned in negative


TITLE: Pearl and Tyler Streets

Size: approx 8" x 10"

CONDITION: very good- few light handling marks and a bump on the bottom edge. (SEE PHOTOS FOR CONDITION).


First class shipping is $4. Priority upon request is $6.50

Monterey Vintage Photograph 8 x 10 Albert Dressler 1800s Saloon and Drug Store

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Material: vintage photo
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