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stereoscopes

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Viewers in which pairs of stereoscopic images are mounted and appear as a single, three-dimensional image when viewed. Use for objects designed to view individual stereo cards, usually photographic prints. For the devices used to view wheels of mounted transparencies, marketed as a children's toy from the mid-20th century, use "stereoviewers."

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Stereocards and Stereoscope (set of 20), circa 1890

 File — Box Early Photography 1
Scope and Contents Twenty-five stereocards and one stereoscope viewer. The stereocards depict various scenes. The stereoscope includes metal and wooden components.

Stereocards and Stereoscope (set of 40), circa 1890

 File — Box Early Photography 2
Scope and Contents

Forty stereocards and one stereoscope viewer. The stereocards depict various scenes. The stereoscope includes all metal components with a wooden handle. The stereocards have not yet been further arranged and described. A partial inventory of the stereocards provided by the seller:

  • 5. Now Don't Move -child with a cat
  • 4. The Last Straw- man with a woman on his lap
  • 10. My Old Play Mate-girl with a dog
  • 3. Dreaming Of The Future- Black ...