Photo Galleries, Studios, Retail Establishments-Interiors

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.

40002.

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

40009.

Display of Becker’s Viewers.

40010.

“This frame I made.”

40019.

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

40027.

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

40032.

Interior of Bowman’s Gallery.

40039.

Interior of Studio waiting room. Sign on table “Stereoscopes and Views for Sale.” Views and viewer on table.

40041.

Interior of McAllister & Brother, Opticians, Philadelphia. John McAllister, Jr (1786-1877) stands at back.

40047.

Busy studio interior.

40060.

Photographer with camera, stereo camera, bottle with funnel, and photographs in studio. Image is pseudoscopic.

40061.

Photographer with camera, stereo camera, bottle with funnel, and photographs in studio. Image is pseudoscopic.

40062.

Photo studio interior.

40063.

Photo studio interior.

40064.

Gentleman, probably the photographer, looking at stereoviews. Frames and cases in background. Image is pseudoscopic.

40065.

Photo studio interior. Image is pseudoscopic.

40066.

Photo studio interior. Photographer sits in background at keyboard. Image is pseudoscopic.

40067.

Photographer at work.

40068.

Photo studio interior with photographer.

40070.

Photo studio interior.

40071.

Woodwards Painter. Photo studio interior.

40072.

Interior of William Kurtz’s NY photo studio.

40109.

D. Appleton & Co., Stereoscopic Emporium, 346 and 348 Broadway, New York.

40110.

D. Appleton & Co., Stereoscopic Emporium, 346 and 348 Broadway, New York.

40111.

J.T. Heald, Stereoscopic Emporium, 421 Market Street, Wilmington, Delaware.

40112.

Back of view is blank but it shows the same people as in the previous view:  J.T. Heald, Stereoscopic Emporium, 421 Market Street, Wilmington, Delaware.

40113.

Interior of the Store of D. Appleton & Co., 443 & 445 Broadway, New York.

40114.

Interior of the Store of D. Appleton & Co., 443 & 445 Broadway, New York.

40141.

Interior of a photo gallery.

40142.

Interior of Slee Bros. store, Poughkeepsie, NY.

40150.

A Corner of the “Den.” Photographer’s studio. Camera on floor, stereoviewer on table.

40151.

The Man sitting is Wm. “Bill” Faster. Do no know the other man. Photographer taking a portrait.

40152.

Interior of Jacoby’s studio, Minneapolis.

40153.

183. J.G. Vail’s Photograph Gallery, Skylight Room. Written on back is “Ja’s & Nettie Vail.” This is the photographer and his wife.

40164.

Oscar Jann’s Glas-Photographien-Kunst-Ausstellung.

40187.

Keystone office in Portland.

40188.

Interior of Underwood & Underwood factory.

40199.

15787. Our Toronto Headquarters, Canada.

40200.

16329. Order Department, B.W. Kilburn & Co’s Stereoscopic View Factory.

40201.

16331. Filling our orders, B.W. Kilburn & Co’s Stereoscopic View Factory.

40202.

Cutting Department of B.W. Kilburn & Co’s Celebrated Stereoscopic View Factory.

40205.

Interior of the Underwood & Underwood factory.

40206.

Interior of Underwood & Underwood factory.

40273.

Self-portrait of A. Kientzle in studio with cameras, images, easel, etc.

40283.

Soldier shining his shoe while his foot is on a camera without a lens. Rifle barrel can be seen just behind him. His pack is on the ground in background and a sword hilt can be seen. Another man stands at the side pouring a drink. At the bottom of the pedestal is a partially seen trademark design and name of J.W. Moulton, indicating that this is Moulton’s Massachusetts studio.

40283.

Image showing the photographer’s name at the bottom of the pedestal in the image above: J.W. Moulton.

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