View All Stereographs consist of two nearly identical photographs or photomechanical prints, paired to produce the illusion of a single three-dimensional image, usually when viewed through a stereoscope.The Prints & Photographs Division's holdings include images produced from the 1850s to the 1940s, with the bulk of the collection dating between 18.
38 views in all, numbered 1w-36w, missing 10, 16, 19, & 32 with an additional 6 views “lettered” Aw-Fw, consisting of 5 Virginia views and 1 Maryland view.
New York State Education Department, Visual Instruction Division. Box of 23 glass slides of the Philippines, circa 1931-32.
This is a rare set not often encountered as I imagine not very many were sold.
In some cases the digital image shows the full stereo, in other cases, only half of the stereo displays, depending upon how the image was copied.
At this point, over 8,000 stereographs have received this individual treatment, representing roughly 15 percent of the 52,000 stereos in the Prints & Photographs Division's organized holdings.
(Records describing groups of stereographs from the organized collection can be searched in the Groups in High Demand category.Images made as stereo views are also found in some other online collections, including the Civil War Photographs, the Lawrence & Houseworth Collection, and the G. Views are in E condition, box has some wear and fraying, so G. Included are #11-21, 25-28, 30-31, 33, 35-41, 43-48, & 50. Views of Horton Smith (4), Willie Macfarlane (6), Gene Sarazen (3), Johnny Farrell (4), Bobby Cruickshank (1), Leo Diegel (3), Mac Donald Smith (2), Larry Nabholtz (7), Billy Burke (1), plus an unidentified golfer in the #50 view titled “The Wrong Way to Finish a Stroke.” All views are different and are numbered at top center. This set contains 32 golf views of the 50 card set.