Photographica Stereoviews

A23.

La Photographie de Satan.

1690.

The Surgical and Optical Department.

1722.

Showing the Album Sketches Contributed by the N.Y. Artists. The negative number of this view is a guess. Stereoviews are on the table; photos on the wall.

3698.

Chatham Square looking up the Bowery. Pendleton’s Photo Gallery at center.

11408.

Banner for Anthony’s Stereoscopic Emporium hanging across Broadway in front of Anthony’s 308 Broadway store. This view has no Anthony negative number. The assigned number is not an actual Anthony negative number.

11409.

Interior View. Anthony’s Photographic and Stereoscopic Warehouse, 501 Broadway. View has no Anthony negative number. The assigned number is not an actual Anthony negative number.

11410.

Interior View. Anthony’s Photographic and Stereoscopic Warehouse, 501 Broadway. On back is written “for Mr. McAllister.” This is a great association piece as it appears this view was given to Mr. McAllister, the famous proprietor of the McAllister’s Opticians in Philadelphia. This view has no Anthony negative number. The assigned number is not an actual Anthony negative number.

12296.

Broadway Above Park Place. This is actually 60 Nassau Street near John Street, not Broadway. Geo. W. Thorne’s store selling Photographs, albums, etc.

12458.

Brooklyn Court House and City Hall in background. Circa 1864. Shows the Photograph Gallery of Charles A. Rawson, 255 & 257 Fulton St. in Brooklyn since 1859. Later moved to 326 Fulton. Also shows Douglass Photo Studio at 330 Fulton St. Corner of Washington St. in 1863.

12918.

Artists at Work, Prospect Park, Brooklyn. I believe the man at right is W.E. James. An assistant can be seen working, leaning in the back of the dark wagon.

13024.

Camera Obscura. This is Culver’s Camera Obscura, bought from the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition of 1876.

20010.

On the Promenade, Brooklyn Bridge, New York.

40000.

Exterior of Photo Studio with images displayed. Probably the studio of the photographer Harry T. Slaughenhaupt, York Springs, Pa. There are 6 men and 2 kids outside.

40001.

Blanch Starr and Highland Park, 1896. Blanch was the daughter of the photographer A.M. Starr of Grand Rapids, Michigan.

40002.

Artist’s Studio–Northfield. There is a daguerreotype camera and a stereo camera on the table and many images along the wall.

40003.

E. & H. T. Anthony & Co. display area at the Exposition of the National Photographic Association–Cleveland Bank 1870.

40004.

Photographic displays at the Exposition of the National Photographic Association–Cleveland Bank 1870.

40005.

Photographic displays at the Exposition of the National Photographic Association–Cleveland Bank 1870.

40006.

No. 6792. E. & H. T. Anthony’s photographic display at the Exposition of the National Photographic Association–Cleveland Bank 1870.

40007.

Group of the National Photographic Convention. Cleveland, June, 1870.

40008.

Hall’s Centennial Exhibit.

40009.

Display of Becker’s Viewers.

40010.

“This frame I made.”

40011.

Georgetown S.C. Views. 11. Picture Town.

40012.

No. 12. Cantonese dressed in Mourning for the Emperor. Their first peep into the Stereoscope.

40013.

3785. At the Mechanics’ Institute. From the collection of H.C. Peterson, the curator who visited Watkins at his San Francisco home shortly before the earthquake to make arrangements for his collection to be moved. Unfortunately the earthquake intervened. He writes on the back of the view “At the time this exhibition was held Mr. Watkins was the best known and most active photographer on the Pacific Coast. All the views shown in this picture are included in the series.” Peterson’s private library stamp on verso.

40014.

California. No. 53. Montgomery Street, San Francisco. Vance’s Premium Daguerreian Gallery.

40015.

101. The Photographic and Optical Instrument Establishment of the Publishers, 317 and 319 Montgomery St.

40016.

101. The Photographic and Optical Instrument Establishment of the Publishers.

40017.

Yosemite Falls. J.J. Reilly’s Stereoscopic View Manufactory & Groups Taken.

40018.

No. 78. Ute Indians. 1873. They are posed in front of Gurnsey’s Studio.

40019.

Interior View of the Gallery on Pt. Lookout, Lookout Mountain. Photograph Gallery of Royan M. Linn.

40020.

Gallery, Pt. Lookout. Photograph Gallery of Royan M. Linn.

40021.

View of Gallery Pt. Lookout, Lookout Mountain. Photograph Gallery of Royan M. Linn.

40022.

Umbrella Rock on Point.  Royan M. Linn at right; photo shack at left; shadow of photographer in foreground.

40023.

Lookout Photographer and Staff on Pt. Lookout Mountain. Royan M. Linn and operators.

40024.

Lookout Photographers on Lookout Mountain showing part of Battlefield and Chattanooga in the distance.

40025.

Umbrella Rock, Lookout Mt., Tenn. Shadow of photographer can be seen in the foreground.

40026.

Moccasin Point. Linn’s Gallery at left. See The Blue and Gray in Black and White by Bob Zeller, page 176.

40027.

Interior of Photographic Studio, probably that of the photographers Bundy and Train, Helena, Montana.

40028.

Photographs of L.B. Howard.

40029.

372. Instantaneous View, Wire Walking from Bowman’s Gallery to Court House.

40030.

Bowman’s Photographic Gallery.

40031.

Bowman’s Photographic Gallery.

40032.

Interior of Bowman’s Gallery.

40033.

No. 117. Photographic Camp, near Profile Lake.

40034.

No. 8. Camp, near Glen House.

40035.

Photographic Students.

40036.

Photographic Students.

40037.

Cat-O-Graph-Ic.

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