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Ian Ference Aug 19
Over a century ago, Dr. A.O. Fasser made a photograph of his travel back from France during the aboard the Rotterdam. 100+ years later I was able to restore his glass plate negative - revealing a great of the lifeboats.
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TriniQueenie Oct 4
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Stereoscopic History Nov 16
“Group of Sioux Indians and their wigwams. Oklahoma.” On Nov 16, 1907, the and Territory merged to became the 46th state to enter the union. The name "Oklahoma" comes from the Choctaw phrase okla humma, meaning "red people."
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Colin Lee May 21
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Stereoscopic History Nov 29
“Looking North towards the Plaza on First, San Jose, Cal” On Nov 29, 1777, was officially founded as Pueblo de San José de Guadalupe, becoming the 1st civilian settlement in . San Jose served as a strategic settlement along El Camino Real.
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The Third Dimension Jul 16
"I should have added that I have devoted myself to making glass transparencies for the ; they are so much more beautiful and durable than paper prints that I am very partial to them." UK, June 1860
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The Third Dimension Nov 29
" These admirable instruments are now well known and valued. In union with photography, Palestine, Syria, China and Japan, hitherto known as it were but in name, may now be regarded as almost brought to our dwellings." UK, January 1860
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Stereoscopic History May 31
“One of the many peculiar instances of a terrible flood....” On May 31, 1889, a catastrophic failure of the sent nearly 3 billion gallons of water roaring down the Conemaugh Valley toward Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
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Burlington Hotel Sandown Dec 9
RT IOWinfo "RT IOWarchive: ryde stereoview card . titled "study on the sands at ryde , isle of wight. "
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Green-Wood Cemetery Aug 7
Green-Wood in #21: This stereoview (ca. 1875) presents a rather idyllic 19th-century view foregrounding the monument of William Henry Wallis, with our Gothic Arch nicely framed in the background. 📸: The Green-Wood Historic Fund Collections
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Stereoscopic History Jun 7
“Independence Chamber.” On June 7, 1776, Richard Henry Lee, a delegate from Virginia, proposed “The Resolution for Independence,” a formal assertion declaring the establishment of a new country of United Colonies as independent from the British Empire.
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The Third Dimension Aug 6
"There is only one Colosseum or Parthenon; but how many millions of potential negatives have they shed - representatives of billions of pictures - since they were erected!" Oliver W. Holmes, The UK, 1864
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Jeremy Hopkin Jul 27
Replying to @jeremy_hopkin
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Helen Greetham 🐙 14 Aug 18
A first attempt/experiment! It's 3D in red/cyan glasses. If you own any, dig them out and see if it works for you!
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Luvjoys Antiques 17 Apr 18
Original 1870s photograph Indian Chief with on eBay
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Luvjoys Antiques 17 Apr 18
Rare Original 1850s Peckwater Quadrangle at with
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DugItOut Aug 11
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Pea Library Archives Aug 22
A of the Lexington Monument in taken sometime between 1870-1882. G.K. Proctor took the photographs.
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Don Komarechka 28 Dec 17
Depth of Winter: Cross your eyes to see this one in 3D! Or, if you've got a VR headset or stereoviewer, a version for those devices: - this is a freezing soap bubble on a snowy evergreen branch shot with a 3D lens.
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Special Collections 28 Feb 18
Taking a quick moment to enjoy the Jersey Shore views from our stereogram collection instead of this New Jersey February cold that we are experiencing outside.
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