All the photographs of Uxmal (there are no images of Kabah, Sayil, or Labná) included in Claude Joseph Désiré Charnay, Cités et Ruines Américaines, published in 1862-63. Charnay's photographs were mounted in Vol. 1, the lavish folio volume, published 1862. These and other photographs taken in 1859 and 1860 by Charnay are the earliest photographs of Maya ruins. The text was printed in a small accompanying volume, published 1863, which included an essay by Viollet-le-Duc, with a few diagrams reproduced below. The images on this web site were scanned from 35mm slides I have taken of the copy in the Library, Special Collections, of the AMNH (RF-106-D). Except for the 5 marked as copy photographs, these are all original albuminium prints. Reproduced Courtesy of The Library, Special Collections, American Museum of Natural History.