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Early Photographic Stereo Images

Stereo photography’s roots go back to 1841 when Henry Fox Talbot and Henry Collen were making pairs of photographs for viewing in Sir Charles Wheatstone’s stereoscope. By 1851, Sir David Brewster had invented a stereoscope that mimicked human vision, and, in the late 1800s stereoviews became a part of daily life.

E.B. Nock (Photographer) Advertising Model Riverboat Stereoview. 1880s - Photographsby rnieder…
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Baker’s Stereo Daguerreotype Viewing Case with Original Image Pair, mid-1850s - Camerasby rnieder…
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Mascher Stereo Daguerreotype Viewer with Original Image Pair, c.1853 - Camerasby rnieder…
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Stereoview of a Photographer with Stereo Camera on a Donkey. 1890s - Photographsby rnieder…
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Stull Daguerreotype Viewing Case, c.1855 - Camerasby rnieder…
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Stereo Daguerreotype of a Girl, mid-1850s - Photographsby rnieder…
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Photographers & Their Cameras - “A Sudden, Terrific Volcanic Explosion at the Crater of Asama-Yasma”; Japan. 1903 - Photographsby rnieder…
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St. Paul Ice Carnival Stereoview #2 (Illumination of Third Street), 1888 - Photographsby rnieder…
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Photographers & Their Cameras - Iconic 1905 Stereoview - Photographsby rnieder…
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Patriotic Eagle & Flag Hand Tinted Stereoview - early 1870s - Photographsby rnieder…
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Early Stereoview of Pease Steam Engine Model - Photographsby rnieder…
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St. Paul Ice Carnival Stereoview, 1888 - Photographsby rnieder…
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