Stereograph

1966.511.2e

Category
Creation Date
1897 – 1930
Materials

Dimensions

8.890 cm. H x 17.780 cm. L Item (Overall)

Description
3 stereocards / stereographs. Stereographs are dual images meant to be viewed through a stereoscope. The images are slightly different from each other, and when seen through a viewer, produce a three dimensional effect. These cards are hand colored and show different places from around the world. One is the Imperial Summer palace in Peking (Bejing) China, one is Queen of the Canyon Cascade in Colorado, and the other is a South American Glacier.

Related People and Organizations
Rosten, Albert

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